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Hidden Treasure Art Magazine Yearbook 2015

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Hidden TreasureArt MagazineYearbook 2015Director and editorGeorgia SzollosiCo-editor and curatorMike EllisGraphic designerZsolt PinterJurors:Georgia Szollosi painter, writer and editorMarianna Beck interior stylistMike Ellis art collector and adviserZsolt Pinter graphic designer, painterSophie Tillinger journalist and curatorFront cover:Sarro – Espirito e Matéria – oil on canvas, 220x200 cm, 2002Back:Yuki Yamamoto – Arboles – oil on canvas, 100x120 cm, 2013Featured artists:Image 1:Alejandra Pous – Footprints of Life – mixed media on canvas , 200x120 cm, 2014Image 2:Jordan Poe – Medicine Lake 18 – photography, 55x34 inches, 2013Image 3:Asli Uludag – Home afar, by the sea... – etched copper, 9x7x7 inches, 2012Hidden Treasure Art Magazine Yearbook 2015is published by HT Art Magazine PublishingPromotion and Publication London, [email protected] in:ALTO Nyomda, Szekesfehervar Hungary/EUISBN:978-0-9928106-2-7Copyright 2013-2023 by HT Art Magazine Publishing.All rights reserved.All artists featured in Hidden Treasure Art Magazine Yearbook 2015 retain the copyright for each of their individualimages. All rights reserved.No part of this book may be reproduced or translated in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, includ-ing photo-copying, recording or by any information storage and retrieval system without written permission from thecopyright owners.4 Hidden Treasure Art Magazine Yearbook


NOTE FROM THE PUBLISHER“The aim of art is to represent not the outward appearance of things, buttheir inward significance.” – Aristotle“If you hear a voice within you say ‘you cannot paint,’ then by all meanspaint, and that voice will be silenced.” – Vincent Van GoghWith great pride and even greater sense of duty and responsibility wewould like to present the first volume of the Hidden Treasure Art Maga-zine Yearbook 2015.Our mission is to connect and build a bridge between artists and art lov-ers by providing and presenting a high quality source of visual art anddesign through our book, website, magazine and other publications. Weare dedicated to bringing happiness and recognition to the artists andjoy, beauty and satisfaction to the art lovers let them be collectors, buy-ers, galleries, curators or others taking pleasure in art and design.This idea was embraced by 120 artists from 22 countries all over theworld and this is why we believe that Hidden Treasure Art MagazineYearbook has so much to offer both to the Artist and to the Readers.Georgia SzollosiDirectorHidden Treasure Art Magazine Yearbook 5


HT Art Magazine Publishing is pleased to announce its brand-new publication, theHidden Treasure Art eMagazine / Spring 2015is designed to promote and support artists in the UK and abroad. Through the eMagazine, art-ists will be connected directly with potential buyers and more than 1500 British and another500 European galleries (See Gallery List here).EligibilityArtists who are above 18 years old can submit their work for selection.All artworks must have been created by the submitting artists, who must have legal owner-ship and must be the sole owners of the copyright.All media and techniques of visual art can be submitted for review, such as painting, photog-raphy, sculpture, installations and digital art, etc.Entry informationHow Do I Submit?Artists who are interested in showing their work in Hidden Treasure Art eMagazine / Spring2015 must send their images and biography to: [email protected]• Images of 6-8 artworks (minimum 1Mb images (300dpi) including details of the works, such as title, size, medium and the year of creation,• A short biography or description of artistic interests (maximum of 200 words, in the third person, in English, not a CV)• A profile picture, possibly portrait (minimum 400Kb images),• A website address (if applicable – we only present website address on the pages since we like our Readers to see the artist’s works by opening their website. If the artist does not have one, we are happy to present their email address)What Happens Next?You will receive the Sum of your Page Layout for your final approval in three working days.and will send an invoice after this procedure. Once the payment has been made, we willcreate your pages and it will go viral straight after. On the launching day the eMagazine willbe distributed to major galleries throughout the UK and other European countries.What does the Page Layout Presentation look like?The artists will receive Two Full Pages featuring three (maximum of four) of their works, aparagraph describing the artist, their work and interests, and their contact information.Media AcceptedPainting, mixed media, decorative art, design, caricature, sketching, drawing, collage, sculp-ture, pottery, digital art, 3D art, photography, installations, print, graffiti, street art and custompainting.Cost£55.00 GBP (or in other currencies: $100.00 USD or €73.00 EUR included tax) for two pages.Please, apply with this the Submission Form on the HT Art Magazine Publishing website.Deadline: 15th March, 2015 - The eMagazine will be published on 20th of March, 2015.6 Hidden Treasure Art Magazine Yearbook


Good news for artists who wish to participate in Hidden Treasure Art Magazine Yearbook 2016.If you wish to participate, the same rules apply as for the 2015 Yearbook. You can choose tobe part of our interim publication (the Spring 2015 eMagazine) — with two pages for £55.00.This then gives you automatic entitlement to participate, if you wish, in the Yearbook 2016 ata reduced cost as the eMagazine fee will be deducted from the Yearbook fees (the standardorder is for 2 Books with 1 Page). You have until 30th October 2015 to decide if you wouldlike to be included in Hidden Treasure Art Magazine Yearbook 2016.So you will immediately be part of the eMagazine with two full pages, and, if you wish, fora reduced extra fee you can be included in the eBook (the electronic version of the Yearbookwith one page) and the paperback format of Hidden Treasure Art Magazine Yearbook 2016(with one page). You will also receive a Free Membership in our Online Art Gallery.Hidden Treasure Art Magazine Yearbook 7


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Featured artists Jordan Poe Medicine Lake 18 photography 55x34 inches 2013Asli UludagHome afar, by the sea…Etched copper9x7x7 inches201210 Hidden Treasure Art Magazine Yearbook


Featured artists Alejandra Pous Footprints of life mixed media on canvas 200x120 cm 2014Hidden Treasure Art Magazine Yearbook 11


ArtistsAgnes Parcesepe (Agili)........42 Cecilia Flaten..........................26 Evi Toth.................................122Albert Carrier Roca...............27 Christine Schwarz........... 70-71 Francesco Sandrelli...............52Alejandra Pous.......................23 Dan McCormack...................88 Georgia Szollosi...................101Alicia Wonderland................98 Daniel McKinley....................28 George (GIA) Tkabladze....115Alina Serebrennikov.............43 David Naman ......................100 Gjert Rognli............................94Andras Zoboki.....................119 David Conolly......................113 Gordon Tardio.......................47Anh Bach................................72 David Cutting.. .......................16 Han Zhao................................96Ann Dunbar...........................85 Diane Nelson..........................69 Heelim Hwang.......................74Anna Gunnars.............110-111 Dieter Borst (BO)..................77 Helen Chen.............................75Anne Bate-Williams..............20 Dorothea Elisabeth (Elia).....46 Hélène Dessalle (LN)............78Asli Uludag...........................107 Doug Sandelin................. 44-45 Indrranil Sen (Gopal)...........29Barbara Monterrosa..............40 Edit Mihovics.......................121 Jackie Yao...............................48Beth Scher..............................14 Ellen Pieck..............................61 Jason L Mucciolo (Jota LM)...76Bobby Tso.............................108 Eniko Takacs........................118 Jeanet Hönig...........................62Boxun Zhao...................... 18-19 Eunice Choi............................58 Jordan Poe..............................92Brent Brager.........................106 Éva Gajda (Evie).............. 66-67 Juan Carlos Wang............ 30-3312 Hidden Treasure Art Magazine Yearbook


ArtistsJudy Lusted....................... 24-25 Michele Brody......................109 Ryan Butters...........................60Julian Baslyk...........................82 Monique Bertina....................49 Sally Rockriver.....................103Karel Witt...............................53 Monique Boutens..................56 Sarro........................................13Leo Deville...........................105 Moya Evans............................21 Shirley Maher.........................50Linda Gleitz............................63 Nancy de Souza.....................17 Susan Kessler..........................99Lindsay Pickett.......................41 Nicolai Nickson...................104 Tim Taylor..............................57Linn Marx...............................89 Noreen Larinde......................54 Tobias Ginsborg.....................81Lynn Gibson...........................73 Parker Beaudoin....................80 Tolga Sezen.............................97Manuel Rodrigues (De Mar)...84 Pat Benincasa.........................59 Valentina Piscopo.................51Marie Lise Charlez................34 Peer Kriesel.............................83 Vera Kochubey.......................79Marius Zgirdea................ 90-91 Peter Bracke............................95 Vera Meyer (V. Meer)..........112Maruka Carvajal....................15 Peter Treiber...........................87 YoonSoo Nam.....................120Mary Andersen......................68 Petra Sophia Ott....................22 Yuki Yamamoto.....................55Maya Sunn............................117 Robert Meyers-Lussier..........93 Zoë Durand............................35Meredith Nichols.................114 Roland Stieger.................. 38-39Michael H. Pröpper......... 64-65 Roxana Werner................ 36-37 Hidden Treasure Art Magazine Yearbook 13


Painting, Drawing, Mixed media14 Hidden Treasure Art Magazine Yearbook


www.sarro.net Sarro Poder Negro oil on canvas 100x130 cm 2006Sarro, painter and sculptor, was born in 1950 in Andradina, State of Sao Paulo, Brazil. After1972, Sarro showed his works in many individual exhibitions, in well-known Galleries andCulture Centres, and participated frequently at Art Fairs and Events overall Brazil and world-wide. Special collections of the artist are now exhibited in Museums.Som das Estrelas oil on canvas 130x130 cm 2002 Hidden Treasure Art Magazine Yearbook 15


Beth Scher www.bethscher.com Beth Scher’s work is deeply rooted in themes of femininity, feminism and the roles of women in the military theater. In travels to Israel, she became sympathetic to the plight of women conscripted into military service. These are young women in the prime of life, aware of and seek- ing to display their sexuality and vulnerability, yet are also in a position of power. She is concerned about what it means for modern society when women are trained to wage war. Ms. Scher graduated with an MFA from the University of the Arts, Philadelphia, PA, in December 2013. She earned her BA in Studio Art from the University at Albany, Albany, NY in 2008.Women and War, Russia mixed medium 12x12 inches 2014The Swarm, Soldiers and Jeepswatercolour on paper pinned towall, Dimensions variable201316 Hidden Treasure Art Magazine Yearbook


www.marukacarvajal.com Maruka Carvajal Chinese Festival acrylic on canvas 24x36 inches 2012Maruka Carvajal was born in Boliviaand is a naturalized Spaniard. Shehas lived in Brazil, Singapore, Co-lombia, and is currently residing inWashington DC. Though educatedas an architect her passion led herto the visual arts instead. Carvajal’swork harmoniously balances vibrantcolours with geometric shapes for aholistic interpretation of the world in her eyes. Her work explores the cities she has seen andallows the viewer to share an inner connection with said locations. She is a member of theArt League Gallery at the TAC in Alexandria, VA and the Foundry Gallery in Washington, DC. Windows View 17 acrylic on canvas 24X24 inches 2013 Hidden Treasure Art Magazine Yearbook


David Cutting www.davidcutting.co.uk After running a successful design Keep off the grass company for several decades, in oil on canvas recent years David Cutting has re- 32x16 inches turned to his early passion for oil 2013 painting. Much of his semi-abstract work is inspired by nature, which is The banker and the politician a starting point, a trigger, to explore oil on canvas where his imagination takes him. Another strand of his work is more 39.25x27.75 inches surreal, often reflecting an unsettling 2013 perspective on life, questioning the path of the political establishment. Whilst the subjects of his paintings are very diverse their commonal- ity is the strength of the images and their vibrancy. His work has sold as far afield as Israel and Switzerland.18 Hidden Treasure Art Magazine Yearbook


www.nancydesouza.art.br Nancy DE Souza Fitas acrylyc and glue on fabric 80x100 cm 2013 Although she’s worked for over 10 years on education, after a degree on Portuguese and German, art has always been pret and it became her main career on 1996. Havingtook part on many individual and group exhibitions she joined the Visual Arts School of theUniversidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro and since then she has expanded her expertise bytesting many new materials, but always keeping a link with the painting techniques. In the last18 years she took part in many national and international exhibitions and has been awardedwith many prizes. Calçadaacrylyc, buttons and glue on canvas 80x70 cm 2013 Hidden Treasure Art Magazine Yearbook 19


Boxun Zhao www.facebook.com/jiuling.zhao.1/photos?ref_type=bookmarkSwimming KoiChinese Xuan paper (rice paper)139x67 cm2012Boxun Zhao, 56 years old artists from China, and he is currently livingin Beijing. He is a humble person, he has been painting for most of hislife and he rarely call himself artist, as he always looks up to the realartists who once lived in Chinese history. What he doing best is called“GongBiHua“ in Chinese, which requires a unique skill and procedureto create. The thing he loves to draw is always the nature: Birds, follow-ers, fishes and even insects. He will do his best to depict them in everydetail. His favourite subject is Koi, he thinks Koi always repret you witha se of vigour and the water which stands for life itself.The SpringChinese Xuan paper (rice paper)136x68 cm201220 Hidden Treasure Art Magazine Yearbook


www.facebook.com/jiuling.zhao.1/photos?ref_type=bookmark Boxun ZhaoProsperity Koi and LotusChinese Xuan paper (rice paper) Chinese Xuan paper (rice paper)67x67 cm2012 176x96 cm 2012Hidden Treasure Art Magazine Yearbook 21


Anne Bate Williams www.annebatewilliams.co.uk The Bay 50x5 cm 2014Anne spent most of her adult life fully occupied as a mother and a primary school teacherwith a responsibility for art in the curriculum but always anticipating and hoping this ‘time’would come into fruition. She works organically, using mixed media to develop a piecewhich will grow out of her experience of place, inspiration might come from a building, ruinor natural surroundings anything that sparks a se of discovery... Rome 13.1x31.9 cm 200722 Hidden Treasure Art Magazine Yearbook


www.alltradeart.co.uk/moya-colvin-evans Moya Evans Fields mixed media on canvas 20x20 inches 2013After training at St. Martins in the nineties, I moved to Hertford andbegan painting landscapes in acrylics inspired by the surrounding coun-tryside. My work has evolved into a naïve, quirky style depicting imagi-nary landscapes full of colour, patterns and mark making. I have shownlocally around Hertfordshire and in the Espacio Gallery, London. I wasalso a finalist in the MK arts for health Shoosmiths award 2013. Sunset acrylic on canvas 20x20 inches 2012Hidden Treasure Art Magazine Yearbook 23


Petra Sophia Ott www.PetraSophiaOtt.de The Cave acrylic, pastel on canvas, natural applications 100x120 cm 2014 The artist, Petra Sophia Ott lives in a Bavarian village in Germany. Here she works in her studio and in her gal- lery. P. S. O. appears withall her ses into the magical world of dreams and colours. Natural materials are woven into herpaintings. Through her labours arise paintings which have a need to express and share theirown stories. They are full of craft from the soul, the power and wilderness of the nature. Withher work the artist wants to reach out and touch the soul. Petra Sophia Ott’s life is creativity.Art is her passion. The Guardian of the Forest acrylic, pastel on canvas, natural applications 120x100 cm 201424 Hidden Treasure Art Magazine Yearbook


www.alejandrapous.com.mx Alejandra PousAlejandra Pous (Mexico 1963). Her refined art language in Footprints of lifewhich the interaction of spaces, shapes and colours create mixed media on canvassuch rich and emotional results, being able to go beyond thephysical limits of the canvas. Alejandra´s work is a simple ex- 200x120 cmpression of a complex and intimate idea, it is an art in which, 2014if you get close enough, observe and allow yourself to feel,you can feel her esce, her passion and her inspiration in orderto reach deep into each spectator, evoking different emotionsand sations. Her workhas been included inmany solo and groupexhibitions around theworld. Destinyink on wood 20x20 cm 2012 Hidden Treasure Art Magazine Yearbook 25


Judy Lusted www.judylustedart.co.uk Bird and Woman Charcoal, red oxide from local Cornish Quarry on paper 96x98 cm 2008Judy lusted studied sculpture fortwo years at Chelsea College ofArt then went onto study at Fal-mouth College of Art and wasawarded a B.A. (hons) in FineArt and a Masters in Visual Art.Judy works with red oxide andcharcoal the core of the workis spontaneous mark makingfrom which images are drawnout. Having recently made oneof the directors of The St IvesSociety of Arts Judy is activelyinvolved with the local artisticscene. Judy’s work is exhibitedlocally and in London. Resting Charcoal, red oxide from local Cornish Quarry on paper 66x91 cm 200826 Hidden Treasure Art Magazine Yearbook


www. judylustedart.co.uk Judy Lusted Weary Charcoal, Cornish Quarry on Paper 63x98 cm 2008 Oxlade’s Garden Charcoal, Cornish Quarry on Paper 132x98 cm 2014 Hidden Treasure Art Magazine Yearbook 27


Cecilia Flaten www.flaten.cl Patagonia Sunset oil on canvas 120x90 cm 2009Magic Landscapes inspired in the Norwegian Mythology and inPatagonia´s Lands. In the search of a more tangible art, Cecilia Flatenregards painting as her current great love. At the beginning of her rela-tionship with the medium, Flaten worked in an innocent and playfulway which is demonstrated in her naïve works. In such works she ex-periments with techniques and colours that allude directly to her Scan-dinavian ancestors. Entering into a more mature stage, Flaten beganworking with oil till know, during 20 years, a medium that provides herwith the stability and desired pattern of expression – allowing her torepret properly the legends, myths and the dreams that nest in her mindand in her blood. Her work is a great meditation on natural elements.Blending the fluidic atmosphere of the sky with the blended appearanceof the horizon: she captures the interaction of light and the absorptioninside landscapes. It is a magical and poetic work. The Bows of Tyr oil on canvas 160x130 cm 200828 Hidden Treasure Art Magazine Yearbook


www.carrier-roca.com Albert CARRIER ROCAToute un Histoire However warm and poetic, Carriermixed media Roca’s artwork was created using origi-72x92 cm nal technical processes and materials,2013 mostly for the building industry of to- day, which he reinterpreted for his ar- tistic expression. This unique approach prompts us to place this mixed media artist among the most original crea- tors of the early 21st century. Although movement is one of the major concerns of Carrier Roca, it should be noted that his characters dance in a space with- out gravity or vanishing point; but this space is nevertheless not without depth. Le Réveil mixed media 91x73 cm 2007 Hidden Treasure Art Magazine Yearbook 29


Daniel McKinley www.danielmckinleypaintings.com Far Away oil on canvas 102x76 cm 2010 Daniel McKinley’s paintings are samples of what defines him. “My paintings help understand who I am. We tend to show the world, in our personal lives, a sort of mainstream version of ourselves. Never wishing to expose too much. Through my paintings, the true person is revealed. A person that even I did not know existed. Beyond the fact that I am Dan- iel McKinley.” Daniel was born and raised in the USA. Currently living and working in New York City. Portrait of the Interior oil on canvas 152x122 cm 201330 Hidden Treasure Art Magazine Yearbook


www.redbluearts.com INDRRANIL SEN (GOPAL) Sensation of Love pastel, charcoal and ink 22x28 inches 2014 Gift of Love pastel, charcoal and ink 22x28 inches 2014Indrranil (GOPAL) is a renowned con- 31temporary artist in USA. He believeshis art is a poetry which he writes withhis brush. Gopal’s work is notable forits rough beauty, emotional honesty,and bold colour. He believes in happi-ness and evokes a feeling of love, tran-quillity and bliss. To him the world to-day is full of violence and aberrationsso through his art he tries to reach outto the higher intelligence and have hisviewers interpret his paintings throughtheir eyes always trying to find an innermeaning to the very existence of lifeand ethereal love. Hidden Treasure Art Magazine Yearbook


Juan Carlos Wang www.facebook.com/fingersJuan Carlos Wang Taiwanese, painter carcass sect founder. Graduatedfrom the University World Journalism. Creative theme for the analysis oflife, praising nature as well as motherly love and healthy sex. Rebelliouschildhood, do not like strict, anti-traditional, anti-thinking, free-swayrich imagination, interpretation hearts intense passion. This is the bodytorso is also a language that can express emotions, variation limbs, toshare life, love and dreams.Now without brushes to paint, using only fingers painting. Finger paint-ing, like a kid playing in the sand on the beach, freedom unrestrained,lines rough and smooth textures, styles original and imaginative. With-out limited by brush. I was anti-tradition! Anti-thinking! Gallop oil on canvas by fingers painting without brushes 60x80 cm 201332 Hidden Treasure Art Magazine Yearbook


www.facebook.com/fingers Juan Carlos Wang Sunshine oil on canvas by fingers painting without brushes 60x90 cm 2013 Morning Sun oil on canvas by fin- gers painting without brushes 200x100 cm 2014 Hidden Treasure Art Magazine Yearbook 33


Juan Carlos Wang www.facebook.com/fingers The pair! oil on canvas by fin-gers painting without brushes 60x90 cm 2014Helloil on canvas by fin-gers painting withoutbrushes200x100 cm201434 Hidden Treasure Art Magazine Yearbook


www.facebook.com/fingers Juan Carlos Wang Flirtatious oil on canvas by fingers painting without brushes 60x80 cm 2013 Hidden Treasure Art Magazine Yearbook 35


Marie Lise Charlez www.marielisecharlez.comKazakh Ancestor A graduate of the Ecole du Louvreoil and mixed media (Paris) and the Gray School of Art73x93 cm (Aberdeen, Scotland), Marie Lise2010 Charlez has attended many work- shops in studios in Paris (Poussin, Mac-Avoy, “life drawing”, studio S. Vinsot) and abroad. She also graduated in Psychopathology and Psychoanalysis from the University of Paris. She spent most of her life abroad, where she found her own signature style in the flexible use of mixed media. Her experience can be summed up estially as “3 lives, 3 periods”: Scottish period, African period (An- gola, Namibia, South Africa), Asian period (Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan). Exhibitions in Paris, Burgundy, south- west France, Scotland, Angola, Ka- zakhstan. Russian artist “Friend of Van Gogh” pastel 48x64 cm 201336 Hidden Treasure Art Magazine Yearbook


www.artbyzoe.org Zoë DurandYour Dream Leaves Fingerprints On My Memory Zoë is a Taiwanese born, Sydneyoil on canvas based artist who has exhibited26x26 inches internationally in Sydney, Mel-2014 bourne, New York, London and Paris. She is repreted by White-Delicate Embryo peaks Fine Art Gallery at Trin-oil and ink on canvas ity Buoy Wharf, London. Also a48x36 inches poet, her poems are not at the2013 time of writing, intended to marry particular paintings, though later she sees a strong echo between them. Zoë is guided towards ex- pression through spontaneity, observation and reflection. Zoe’s paintings and poems express a yearning for beauty: “Under this veil of time/I would marry the uni- verse/to know the secret truth/of its every beautiful molecule”. Hidden Treasure Art Magazine Yearbook 37


Roxana Werner www.roxanawerner.clMy work consists of three major projects developed throughout my ca-reer: ‘El Porquéde Valparaíso’ (‘Why Valparaíso?’), ‘La Huella del Tiempo’(‘The Footprint of Time’), and ‘Del Salitre a Iquique’ (‘From Saltpeter toIquique.’). Experiencing in situ the geographical and ethnographic spacesis vital to connect emotionally and intellectually with my painting. I havetraversed the Atacama Desert, Valparaíso, and the southernmost regionof Chile to later recreate and interpret them in the solitude of my studio.‘Entre Marruecos y la India’ (‘Between Morocco and India’), my fourthproject on which I am currently working, aims mainly to explore oppositecultures that join together for a common purpose.FragmentosPampinosoil on canvas100x140 cm200438 Hidden Treasure Art Magazine Yearbook


www.roxanawerner.cl Roxana Werner“Why of Valparaíso” - “Pablo Neruda frente al Océano Pacifico”(Pablo Neruda, poeta chileno)oil on canvas180x120 cm1994 Soledad oil on canvas and mixed media 180x120 cm 2001 Hidden Treasure Art Magazine Yearbook 39


Stieger-Art www.stieger-roland.ch Explosion acryl on canvas 100x100 cm 2014Roland Stieger, 46 years old, lives and works in the town of Bischofszell in eastern Swit-zerland, where his pictures of the inner harmony are created. For his abstract works Stiegermakes a journey into the “inner self” and utilizes a variety of materials from gold powder tocleaning rags. His impulses are expressed through intensive colours. The colour combina-tion alone can become a motif for the “journey” and this “journey” should last very long, forStieger consistently strives to reach new horizons. Several domestic and international pricesawarded to Stieger reflect his growing prominence as an artist. Landscape acryl on canvas 100x80 cm 201340 Hidden Treasure Art Magazine Yearbook


www.stieger-roland.ch Stieger-Art Deep Emotion mixed media, collage in acrylic 100x100 cm 2014Blue Icemixed media in acrylic100x100 cm2014 Hidden Treasure Art Magazine Yearbook 41


Barbara Monterrosa www.artistsregister.com/artists/MI14Barbara Monterrosa discovered 10 years ago that Mi Angel de Lashe had a gift to paint. She describes the feeling Guardaof wanting to paint for the first time, as a burningdesire within her. All she had around the house to acrylic on canvaspaint was a small stone bowl. With a few dollars 24x18 inchesshe bought 4 colours. Antique gold, turquoise, red 2014and cream, and she began her first piece of artwork.Since, she has painted murals on walls, ceiling tilesfor doctors’ offices, stage craft, and numerous can-vases. Her artwork varies from abstract, to land-scaping, to still- art and more. Her style is expres-sionism and impressionism. Jardin de El Salvador acrylic on canvas 24x20 inches 201442 Hidden Treasure Art Magazine Yearbook


www.ewaaward.com Lindsay PickettHis main practice involves painting withoils on canvas, linen and board. He startswith a basic study of a composition idea,takes it further as a small watercolourpainting as a final idea and then developsit more as the finished oil painting. Healso use photographs to create a visualreality that can be convincing at timesand especially if he wants to get the like-ness of a landscape. Don’t Look Down oil on linen 95x120 cm 2010 Land of Ben 43 oil on linen 91x120 cm 2013 Hidden Treasure Art Magazine Yearbook


Agili www.agili.com.au Jonathan Apples High Moon New York watercolor mixed media 28x38 cm 76x56 cm 2006 2014Agnes Parcesepe started to paint in2002. She paints under the name ofAgili and her works often include asmall seahorse hidden in her com-position. Although primarily a wa-ter colourist, Agnes likes to workin Acrylic, Oil, Pastel and Ink. Shehas developed a special interest inmixed media paintings, incorporat-ing multi-coloured material layers,silk, ribbons and beads, for a threedimensional effect for City Scrapes,sky-lined against rich, vibrant watercolour skies. In particular her wa-tercolours can take up of fourteenlayers of carefully applied individualhues. Agnes’s use of watercolourwashes has received Internationalrecognition.44 Hidden Treasure Art Magazine Yearbook


www.serebrennikov.de Alina Serebrennikov You and I ballpoint pen, lacquer on canvas 100x100 cm 2013Alina Serebrennikov was born in 1983 in Zaporizhia (Ukraine) and immigrated in 1996 withher family to Germany. After studies in materials design (2004-2005) at Frankfurt Universityof Applied Sciences she, from 2005 to 2011, studied communication design at Rhine-MainUniversity of Applied Sciences in Wiesbaden with a focus on film and has, since getting herdegree in 2011, lived and worked as a freelance artist in Cologne, Germany. Alina Serebren-nikov’s works consist of dialogue with everyday things where she seeks to interpret and under-stand the world and humanexistence: “I don’t limit my-self, neither in my statementsnor in my style, nor in my wayof communicating.” In memoryballpoint pen, lacquer on canvas 100x100 cm 2014 Hidden Treasure Art Magazine Yearbook 45


Doug Sandelin www.dougsandelin.com Idyllic America 2 watercolor 32x40 inches 2014 Idyllic America 6 watercolor 32x40 inches 2014At a very young age I wanted tobe an artist. Art school was not anoption for me so i needed to teachmyself, I like the chalenges thatwatercolors have when paintingportraits. My series “Idyllic Ameri-ca” is about aceptance and rejec-tion, I use a subject that is widelyrejected and put it in a format thatis widely acepted Norman Rock-well’s Saturday Evening Post.46 Hidden Treasure Art Magazine Yearbook


www.dougsandelin.com Doug Sandelin Chinatown 2 watercolor 14x18 inches 2014 Chinatown 7 watercolor 13x20 inches 2014 Hidden Treasure Art Magazine Yearbook 47


Elia www.atelier-elia.de Dorothea Elisabeth Piper, 57 years old, lives and works in South Ber- lin as a freelance artist in the “At- elier Elia”. Arts and Creativity of any kind is the most important part of her life. She is always look- ing for new forms of expression and loves to make experiments with colours, materials or mixed techniques. The diversity of her paintings is created by working with students in a little painting school which has been estab- lished in 2002. Her aim is that like-minded people would enjoy how it feels to express themselves by using paints and brush. It gives her a good feedback.Elixir of Life –resource vs. funfrom the series: “Youdo not play withyour food”Chalk pastel onKappa board70x100 cm2013 You are free from blame oil on canvas 100x100 cm 200548 Hidden Treasure Art Magazine Yearbook


www.facebook.com/gordonartist Gordon T Gordon Tardio is a Ca- nadian born artist now residing in Malaysia. Since 1980 he has ex- hibited his paintings in Vancouver, Canada, Bangkok, Singapore & Malaysia. Gordon has travelled extensively over the years and you’ll see that people, places and cultures are a recurring theme in his art, as are or- chids and nature. Gordon works mainly with acrylic colours often on handmade textured papers which impart the particular look in his paintings. Then there’s book il- lustration, portrait, comic strip, caricature. He also works with camera and computer, to create images brush strokes just can’t deliver.3 Monks Durian on a Sunday Afternoon, Kukupacrylic paint on handmade paper acrylic paint on handmade paper21x31 inches 31x21 inches2013 2001 Hidden Treasure Art Magazine Yearbook 49


Jackie Yao www.JackieYao.comJackie is obsessed with watercolour which can capture the charm of waterin kinds of forms, fog, snow, cloud… She learned drawing from profes-sional artists in her childhood, but touched painting a bit later by herself.She learned miniature painting from a miniaturist when she was home tak-ing care of her first daughter. Costal Water was her first miniature paint-ing without any prior experience. She created her main watercolourworks on her second maternity leave, and Fraser River was one of them.She was not willing to take reference photos for her painting at first butended up with many gorgeous landscape photos.Fraser River Coastal Waterwatercolour watercolour miniature on paper board9x11 inches2011 1.5x5 inches 200650 Hidden Treasure Art Magazine Yearbook


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