Artist Anca Francesca Stefanescu interweaves the organic painting techniques of figurative art with digital geometric creations of abstract expressionism to depict the contrasts and polarities that exist in life. In her exploration of inner and outer realities, Anca invites the viewer to become a participator in the piece through their own perception. She shares how a tragic life event gave way to a peaceful acceptance of nature’s life cycle and led her to embrace oneness with herself. Anca also speaks of how the pandemic’s “pause” on normality provides an opportunity for humanity to redefine itself and to change paradigms that are no longer working.
In Raul Lara's pure, striking and distorted art pieces, he seeks to portray the multi-faceted nature of human beings; the sides we show to the others and the sides that are private to us, through various transference techniques.
Emilie transports viewers into a dream with her vivid photographs. This Parisian photographer captures emotion and the inner realities within us; exposing the darker moments of life with portraiture and graphic composition.
Italian artist Francesca Borgo has taken her love for experimentation in science and placed it into her art; using natural materials to create dramatic abstracts. She intends to connect viewers to nature; reminding us of where we come from amidst our current climate crisis.