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Dreams of Caras Ionut

todays artist won our admiration on his surreal ‘fishy’ manipulations ..

some of his own words on inspiration

”My imagination and work are captivated by dreams and by the autumn and winter seasons. Although positive dreams are a big theme in my work. I also like to visit the darker side of what people may see of dreams, not necessarily what one would see as negative, but possibly a dream that one could not quite understand or may feel alone.”



Innate Rythms \\ Dan Witz

– nice one by Dan Witz

focused on busy nightscapes and crowd scenes –

mixed media painted onto canvas


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Oil on Canvas \ Jonathan Sainz

Centripetal Force and the Evening

Exhibition presented from the American artist/painter Jonathan Sainz who currently lives on the island of Mykonos in order to complete his series of large scale oil on canvas paintings for Minima Gallery. — njoy

  (ˈælkəˌhɛst)  –the hypothetical universal solvent sought by the alchemist

In this crystalline form everything is made of the multitude
  –  the splendors
Versailles, the rearing stallion and other distractions or ambitions. A curious history restlessly shifting, its charged particles and reflections dissolving into a universal something. Its mystical alignment ordered by instinct or impulse where themes emerge through incoherent leaps and the vague impressions of something more about to appear or having just faded.


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Utopian Paintings by Philadelphia artist Jaime Treadwell

Jaime Treadwell is by far the favorite artist of the day here at the FG. His drawings although they seem happy and colorful they convey a great deal of spatial understanding and architectural representation

Philadelphia artist Jaime Treadwell depicts vividly patterned and brightly colored utopian environments in his paintings. These are gypsy-like party communities filled with dancing figures surrounded by unusual urban motifs bursting with geometrical confetti like forms. These figures appear to be disconnected from society and self sufficiently blissful in their detached nomadic habitats. Each piece is jam packed with symbolism from the religious blue statues and white swans to more common urban elements like beach balls. – Jane Kenoyer

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