TOOK THE SEASHORE ROAD
Took the seashore road
and sat and watched the sea
A bird became a butterfly
and landed on my knee
Who was the alien
whose land was it
Whose sea ?
She waved a wing tremulously
not sure of anything
the whole world swaying
And I not sure of anything
agreed with everything
that she was saying
As the pollen from her wings
flowered down on me
(from: Far rockaway of the heart)
"Farfalla sulla strada costiera" by Gianpiero Actis, Torino - Italy
Gianpiero Actis is an eye surgeon and artist, with permanent
exhibitions in the UK (Swansea, Wales) and in France
(Beausoleil). In 2007 co-founder of the literary-art Movement
Immagine & Poesia with Aeronwy Thomas. Member of the Art Commitee of Società Promotrice delle Belle arti, Torino.
"Took the Seashore Road" by Lidia Chiarelli, Torino - Italy
Lidia Chiarelli (Torino, Italy). Artist and poet, co-founder, with Aeronwy Thomas, of the art-literary Movement Imagine
Lidia’s passion for creative writing (started when she was a school teacher) has motivated her to write poetry and she became an award winning poet in 2011, 2012 and 2014.
Music Setting by NORBERT OLDANI, Utica, USA
"The Ocean, the Man and the Butterfly - a
"My setting was via composed material for
Reason, Ilio's vowels, improvised material on a SY77, DX7IID and counterpoint via Kyma and Record."
"Lagoon" by Lalit Jain, India
Born in 1933 in Kota, ( Rajasthan ), India. Lalit Jain discovered his true calling very early in life.
He started his career designing sewing reel labels for a small printing press in Old Delhi. It was during this phase that he was appointed by the Archeological Survey of India (ASI) to illustrate pottery and antiquities found on their various excavations.
He has been pursuing his dreams ever since: painting and creating art that is a celebration of the human form and the mysteries of life. He held many exhibitions which garnered immense media attention and worthy reviews.
"Seashore Road" by Huguette Bertrand, Canada
Bertrand, Huguette (Canada)
Huguette Bertrand est une poète et éditrice canadienne, membre
de l'Union des écrivains québécois. Au cours des 30 dernières
années, elle a publié 25 ouvrages de poésie dont plusieurs avec
d'illustrations. Elle a participé à des récitals, animé des ateliers de
poésie au Québec et en France, collaboré à des revues littéraires au
Québec, en France et en Belgique.
"Besoin de large" by Bernadette Delage, France
Peintre et poète, Bernadette Delage vit à Versailles. Elle a publié sa poésie tout d'abord sur son blog puis a participé à une anthologie poétique 2008 - 2009 avec Francopolis, acceptant aussi des propositions pour trois revues "Comme en poésie" en 2010 et 2011. Elle a regroupé quelques textes en publiant en auto édition
Virages, 2009 et aussi Traversée blanche, 2012. Progressivement elle a abordé la peinture et a eu le plaisir de présenter certaines de ses oeuvres lors d'expositions dans sa ville en 2010 et 2011.
http://secretslutin.canalblog.com/ pour l'écriture
http://billieart.canalblog.com/ pour dessin et peinture
"Butterfly on the seashore road" by Alessandro Actis, Torino - Italy
Alessandro Actis: born and educated in Torino (Italy).
Eye surgeon at Torino Ophthalmic Hospital with a deep interest in photography.
In 2010 and 2012 he travelled to New York and resided in Long Island hosted by artist Adel Gorgy, attending his photography courses.
He is a member of the artistic literary Movement Immagine & Poesia.
2010: third prize in the fine art photo competition organized by the town of Bardonecchia (Torino): Bardonecchia e le sue luci .
2010: Segnalazione della giuria (Merit prize) for his fine art photo Times Square Lights in the group exhibition Fari nella città, ACI Gallery, Torino.
2012: Radio City, fine art photo in the group exhibition Immagine & Poesia à Beausoleil (France)
2013: Group Exibition in Sweden (Colours Peace and Solidarity), Årjängs Bibliotek
2014: Group Exhibition in Norway (The Power of Art), Sorpsborg Bibliotek
"Le Cinque Terre" by Helen Bar-Lev, Israel
Bar-Lev, Helen (Israël)
Helen Bar-Lev has lived in Israel for 42 years and has held over 90 exhibitions of her landscape paintings, 33 of which were one-person shows. She has published and illustrated six collections of poetry and has been nominated for the Pushcart Prize. She is Assistant President of Voices Israel and Senior Editor of Cyclamens and Swords Publishing. She lives in Metulla, Israel.
"Untitled abstract painting" by Tarane Ebrahimi, Iran
Tarane Ebrahimi was born on September 15th, 1982 in Tehran.
She’s interested in modern art, specially, modern lyrical abstraction. Taraneh started painting on November 2009 and tried various medias for work and finally she choose oil, and now she uses only a knife and oil colors in her paintings.
“Don’t ask me any thing about the background of my works, because if I could explain my emotions with words, I would prefer to be a writer not a painter. I just use colors for describing what’s going on in my mind or my heart. I always let the colors do their works and I feel that I’m just an instrument. So, some where I think, OK, it’s done, leave it”.
Her paintings have been shown in solo and group exhibitions in Tehran.
"View to Monte Cofano and butterfly" by Doranne Alden, Malta
Doranne Alden is a professional artist, art teacher and graphic designer who particularly loves painting in watercolour. She now lives in Malta, but also worked for several years in Germany.
She is also a dedicated teacher, who has led many classes and workshops. She loves sharing her knowledge and enthusiasm, inspiring her students to produce their best work.
Her works have appeared in several exhibitions in Europe, both solo and collective over the last 30 years.
Doranne’s paintings form part of several private collections in Malta and overseas.
"At the sea" by Vera Tataro, Czech Republic
Vera Tataro born and living in Prague, Czech Republic. Her artistic works are based on a well balanced color combinations,
which underline the very themes of he paintings. Vera has a very specific and clean style and suggestive view of life.
Her works aren’t monotonous, she always surprises spectators of her art with something new, intrigues and captivates them. Her paintings, charged with a positive energy, always tell a story; and it’s up to the viewer to discover in the paintings his/her own story according to his/her imagination.
Vera lets the viewer to use the scope in her paintings, so he’s no longer just a viewer but becomes a co-author, who adds to the painting an interesting point with his/her own viewpoint.
It’s a peculiar world and you’re welcome to enter it.
"Hope" painting by Tamara Valdovino, Chile
In 1993 Tamara Valdovino entered the Art school of Viña del Mar and in 2006 she obtained her Mastery of Art.
Nowadays she applies herself to engraving, drawing and painting in order to represent a series of landscapes and trees, investigating the textures, the atmosphere and the color in the process.
In her works, she looks for the mystery of nature which forms a world of silence.
Tamara Valdovino’s works have been shown in exhibitions since 1994.
She is the representative of Immagine & Poesia in Chile.
"Above Three Bays" painting by Jakthon Phaengtho, Thailand
Jakthon Phaengtho is thirty-seven years old and from the seaside town of Hua Hin, Thailand.
Living by the sea with mountains behind, I often walk the hills overlooking the vast expanse of ocean water.
Often, I ponder how lucky I am to see the birds of the air and the butterflies fly by in this beautiful land which we share together.
The Three Bays are a natural wonder of Southern Thailand's eastern side, and a famous site that many visitors wish to remember.
It is through art and the technique of bright, vivid paint on canvas that this memory can travel back with them back to
the places where people live and do not have this brilliant vision of loviness I have everyday.
metamorphosis and unification, darkness and light - delight
Fine Art Photo by Perdita Felizitas, Austria
Perdita Felizitas ist der Geburtsname, und bedeutet die 'Verlorene Glückliche'.
Alles Verlieren ist ein entleert werden und sein. In dieser Leere ist alles gegenwärtig, die Gesamtheit des Seins, so wie es ist. Das Ganze ist ohne ein Zweites, unteilbar. Darin gibt es keine Anhaftung, keine Wahl, keine Bevorzugung. Die allgegenwärtige Intuition ist es, die scheinbar wählt, sich scheinbar bindet, scheinbar etwas bevorzugt. Was ist, ist im letzten Sinne immer gut, und was geschehen soll, wird geschehen. Es gibt nur DAS, Stille in ihrer ganzen Dynamik, unendliche Wachheit. Es ist ein köstlicher Witz, dass es nichts gibt, und doch alles darin enthalten ist. Nur jenseits des Verstandes kann es 'verstanden' werden.
"Mist" by Lena Birksten, Sweden
Lena Birksten is from Sweden. The inspiration comes from the movement of the water, the life, the darkness and light in the nature.
Född i Stockholm, numera halvtidsboende utanför Sollefteå. Har varit verksam som lärare ("teaching by talking") men slutade för några år sedan och ägnar mig nu åt måleri. Jag målar med akrylfärger.
Landskapet inspirerar med sina nyanser, kontraster, skiftningar i ljus och mörker.
"Daybreak" by Donna McGee, Ireland
Donna McGee is an artist living in Ireland, who strives to capture the restless elemental forces of the Irish landscape and celebrate its timeless beauty in her work.
She exhibits in selected galleries and group exhibitions in Ireland.
Her work is represented by many public and private collections both in Ireland and abroad and has received a number of international awards.
About Hazel Cashmore
Born Coventry . Moved to Caithness 1978. Painted and exhibited since 1983.I paint the Far North as an emotional response to all around me. Huge skies panoramic vistas dark hills big seas and the ever changing Northern light. In my work I try to convey a sense of place whilst at the same time using land sky and sea to give access to the personal and universal. Actual places combined with my own inner landscapes that maps my own psyche. I work mainly in acrylic oil and mixed media. I am very pleased to be associated with Immagine&Poesia.Italy
"A sign of relief....from a fantasy" by Cecilia Du Toit, Namibia
Cecilia Du Toit was born in Cape Town 1976/09/11.
She attended school and University in Windhoek, the capital city of Namibia.
She started to study art at the age of 12: she went to various art classes and is still attending Rundu Christian School.
Cecilia is related to famous artist Oscar Schlemmer.
She won shell art competition 1st place when she was 15.
She won a Silver medal at the Namibian arts Championship for the adult section in Rundu in September 2011.
Now she is painting fulltime mainly focussed on symbolism.
Cecilia has a completion of 100 pictures Sketched on A3.
She is the representative of Immagine & Poesia in Namibia.
"Vista" by Lizbeth Garcia Perez, Mexico
Lizbeth Garcia Perez was born on July 16, 1987 in the city of Puebla. She is a Mexican painter.
She attended courses in museology, curatorship, street art.
Her interest in art - like drawing and painting - aroused when she was a child. Museums have been her great passion.
In 2010 she began to paint in pastels and exhibited her works having great reviews curators and fans of her work.
In her collections there are different styles: surrealism, impressionism, expressionism, realism, abstract art.
"Birthday of the Butterfly" by Carolyn Mary Kleefeld, Big Sur, USA
Carolyn Mary Kleefeld.
Born in England, poet, prose-writer, and visual artist Carolyn Mary Kleefeld grew up in Southern California and studied art and psychology at UCLA. The author of nineteen books, she currently resides, studies, writes, and paints in Big Sur, California. Her writing has been translated into Romanian, Korean, Arabic, Bulgarian, Italian, Sicilian, Japanese, Chinese, and Braille, has been used in healing centers, and has been required reading at universities internationally. Carolyn’s art appears worldwide in galleries, museums, and private collections.
"The Four Elements" by Adel Gorgy, New York, USA
Adel Gorgy, New York
Merging the conceptual with the visual into complex, multifaceted images, Adel Gorgy’s work extends the boundaries and redefines the possibilities of photography. In his work, the camera is a vital tool, but, unlike traditional photography where the artist merely records a moment, in these works, Gorgy’s hand and vision are always present, directing, decoding, deciding and defining to arrive at an image that may bear echoes of the original, but in an entirely distinct voice.
Adel Gorgy is a New York area artist who photographic artwork has been exhibited in museums and galleries in the U.S. and internationally. He has been the subject of numerous solo exhibitions. Over seventy of his photographic artworks have been published in a series of ekphrastic broadsides as the Art and Poetry series by Cross-Cultural Communications, and his photographs have been published widely in books and magazines.
"Waves of the Imagination" by Marsha Solomon, New York, USA
Marsha Solomon is an accomplished New York area artist whose work has been widely exhibited in galleries and museums both nationally and internationally. Her series of large abstract paintings titled “From Rhythm to Form” follow a simple yet powerful formula, in which the interplay of jewel-like colors, the variation of opacity—from soft washes to thick strokes of impasto—and positive and negative spaces all combine to create a dynamic image, born from nature and intuition, but, ultimately, about no less than the elements of art itself. Line, color and form unite on her canvasses to create an atmospheric, mystical space of serenity infused with energy.
"Mi sono seduta e ho guardato il mare" by Sandrina Piras, Italy
Le rappresentazioni dell’artista Sandrina Piras tratteggiano figure morbide e levitanti che s’incendiano e s’illuminano sullo sfondo di una natura appena sfiorata dai venti caldi e salini di un tempo arcaico.
Nulla sfugge alla luce diffusa e lenta delle nature morte e delle vedute.
L'armonia compositiva non suggerisce opposizioni dialettiche tra uomo e natura ma coglie quel supremo momento di grazia, seppur raro, che conduce il fruitore al riconoscimento di una comune appartenenza dei due enti.
"Maroochydore beach walk" by Jon Baird, Australia.
Jon Baird is a freestyle contemporary artist living in Queensland Australia - working in different mediums - sculpture drawing painting photography and digital art.
Jon has exhibited in Australia (10 solo exhibitions) and New Zealand (winner of the Telecom Northland Art Award 1992) and on the internet. Jon's art is based on "intuition and experimentation".
He is the representative of Immagine & Poesia in Australia.
"Butterfly Art Piece" by John Larson, Big Sur, USA
(hardwood inlaid with colored fine crystals, filled with liquid glass. 28 high x 30" wide)
Artwork by David Gerstein, Israel
David Gerstein has exhibited extensively at international venues in London, Paris, Frankfurt, Berlin, Rome, Singapore, New York, and Tel Aviv, just to say a few.
It is difficult to think of another artist like David Gerstein, whose work in recent years has gained such prominence on the local scene. Some of his works have been chosen to appear on huge billboards, as human and aesthetic images that aim to catch the eye and engage the heart, and to promote companies like Isracard and the First International Bank.
His monumental statues adorn Israeli cities; the Hebrew University ordered an ambitious and challenging project from Gerstein: the design of various statues which will symbolize - based on criteria of good taste, common sense and a high level of communication - the various University institutions and faculties; a television show has chosen to decorate its broadcasting studio with his works, in the hope that the pieces' tremendous popularity will attract viewers to the show.
"Atmospheric" by ILham Mahfouz, Syria / USA
ILham Mahfouz Syrian American Artist Born in the Middle east in Syria , educated and living in the US in the west, Blessed in having the best of two worlds with their values, cultures, and humanity , B.F.A from Eastern Michigan University, won several art awards , art work is on display in museums in the USA and Holland,Participated in more than 97 group exhibit nationally and internationally, had more than 9 Solo are exhibits, still looking at the world with Hope for Peace and for the sake of Humanity.
"Pensées Positives" by Alix, France
Entre symboles et allégories, les oeuvres du
peintre ALIX sont autant de paraboles qu’il nous appartient de
déchiffrer, de comprendre.
Ses oeuvres nous racontent l’histoire des femmes.
Elle recrée une mythologie personnelle peuplée de déesses, de
fées, d’elfes ou d’anges. Ce qui l’intéresse, c’est de faire naître
au jour ce qui est contenu dans les ténèbres de la mémoire humaine.
Dans son oeuvre, tout se tient, se combine, s’imbrique avec un axe central qui est la recherche de la puissance féminine.
Elle nous propose des pistes pour mieux comprendre les mystères de la féminité et nous donner envie de découvrir leur signification, leur message.
Elle nous demande de dépasser la simple apparence des
choses et de percevoir l’imperceptible et l’invisible qui se cachent
derrière le symbole ou le mythe.
"Car-toon" by André Schreuder, Netherlands
Born in Delft, may 1960,
now living in Kerkdriel.
His work is inspired by the works of the Impressionists, like Van Gogh and Mondriaan. He is a far nephew of Jan Schoonhoven member of the zero group (nul groep).
In his paintings he tries to bring back some realism in the use of the technique of Mondriaan; a little more colour and form.
The paintings he makes are based on a positive attitude towards life as it is.
"Inverted Cloud: Fritillary Butterfly on Raasay" by Caroline Gill - UK
Caroline Gill (Suffolk, UK) won the international Petra Kenney Poetry Award (General Section) in 2007. Her chapbook, The Holy Place, co-authored with John Dotson, was published by Peter Thabit Jones, editor of The Seventh Quarry (Swansea, Wales) in conjunction with Stanley H. Barkan, editor of Cross-Cultural Communications (New York) in 2012. Caroline enjoys photography and art.
Raasay is a small island in the Inner Hebrides, near Skye, off the west coast of Scotland.
"And sat by the sea...", fine art photo by Ade Grandis UK
"I have many and varied interests because life is for being creative and learning from others. I never came across an epitaph saying ‘I wish I spent more time dusting’ The world is a beautiful place and friends and lovers are the best things anyone can have.
I’m inspired and fascinated by edges and boundaries both in the physical world as where land meets sea and in our thought landscapes. My work is concerned with exploring and investigating the world that exists behind and beyond the everyday."
"The Lighthouse Path" by Ann Bagnall, Australia
''I was born in Papua New Guinea where my folks were working at the time, and lived there for about 14 years before we came to Australia to live. I have been writing poetry since I was a child on and off. I am also an amateur photographer, and if you check out my photography blog, you will see that I also love poetic pictures!
I love to read, I love to write…..words bring me pictures and pictures bring me words!
I have self published some books on Lulu.com.''
"Tűzlepke - Fire Butterfly" by Tarcsay Béla, Hungary
Tarcsay Béla, Hungarian painter and graphic artist.
He was born in 1952 in Nagykanizsa.
Since 1994, I has dealt with the fine art.
He learned to draw.
He also uses Indian ink and pastel techniques.
He works in a realistic style.
1st Epic by Katayun Firuzi, Iran / USA
Abstract painter, Illustrator, Photographer and Poet.
"I believe that I am a citizen of colorful world"
For me nature is the best source of inspiration, I watch, observe and dive in nature, I learn from it and I try to see the unseen.
To understand my art, you need to see with the eyes of heart not by mind.
"Conversation 1513" by Hea-Sook Yoo, South Korea/USA
"I was born in Seoul, Korea. After college graduation, I went to France for 5 years to study and paint. It was good for my career and to experience another culture. In 1998, I went to America, another big change. Now I'm living in Los Angeles. Preparing my mind before I paint is a very important process. I need to concentrate and try to take in and use the power that I feel around me. It's an exciting time, an explosion of sensory awareness. My pictures are entitled "conversation" but they aren't based on ideas that can be put into words...."
Gopakumar R is an Indian contemporary artist and contemporary art collector.
He is mainly working with Painting, Digital Art and Motion Photography. His works have been exhibited in Italy, Sweden, France, USA, UK, Bahrain, and India.
Dopo il diploma si specializza come fotografa nel campo dello Still-life e della moda e per conto di Agenzie pubblicitarie operando presso gli studi fotografici Ars Color, Il Punto e Clik Time di Galli e Citelli fino al 1994.
Nel 1992 si trasferisce a Verbania dove opera come fotografa free lance continuando la sua attività nel campo della moda e dello still life e della moda.
Il 2014, infine, segna il passaggio alla ricerca fotografica volta alla sperimentazione sia sul colore e la luce che sulle forme capaci di esprimere pittoricamente le proprie emozioni durante processi creativi di profonda e sorprendente originalità.
Dapprima totalmente autodidatta, Pietro Giorgio Viotto frequenta nel 2001 per la prima volta i corsi Cedas di Torino con il Prof. Sandro Lobalzo, approfondendo la tecnica dell’acquerello.
Dal 2002 frequenta i corsi Cedas del Maestro Pippo Ciarlo e con lui partecipa a numerose manifestazioni e collettive. Nel 2005 si riscrive alla Promotrice delle Belle Arti di Torino, come già aveva fatto dal 1979 al 1981, e continua tuttora ad esporre.
Nello stesso anno presenta, in una personale a Carignano (TO), alcune opere per illustrare con fantasia e creatività le poesie del suo amico poeta Alessandro Morro.
Prosegue con l’attività espositiva in altre numerose gallerie.
Damien Blue is a visionary artist-musician from Cameroon.
"Visionary Art World Foundation" is his no-profit organization that operates doing Art Therapy with people with disabilities and street children. His music is full of creativity, energy and beautiful Afro jazz melodies.
Antida Tammaro ha seguito i corsi della SCUOLA INTERNAZIONALE DI GRAFICA a Venezia dedicati al ritratto, al disegno en plein air e al libro d'artista. Ha partecipato a numerose esposizioni nazionali.
Lucia Sconfienza inizia a dipingere giovanissima; nell’ 82 allestisce la sua prima mostra con Sergio Aimasso:dall’incontro nasce un intesa artistica e una collaborazione che si protrarra’ negli anni.
Nell’87 alla galleria Free Art di Torino,presentano una serie di bassorilievi in legnodipinto: le pittosculture.
Pittrice astratta,ma soprattutto scultrice compie frequenti visitazioni nell’area figurativa caratterizzandole con il suo stile sintetico e tondeggiante sottolineato da una squillante
ed ampia tavolozza cromatica. Ha partecipato a numerose esposizioni in Italia e all'estero.
Affascinato dalle tematiche dell’avanguardia storica, Sergio Aimasso studia gli scritti di Klee,Kandinsky e Mondrian e inizia ad occuparsi di pittura astratta.
Nel 1972 tiene la sua prima personale, negli anni successivi espone a Torino Firenze Mantova Grosseto Bari e vince alcuni premi di pittura. Nel 1995, scopre le possibilità creative della macchina fotografica e si dedica alla ripresa e alla stampa in bianco e nero sotto la guida del fotografo Valter Fiorio.
Insieme danno vita a una serie di opere fotografiche astratte presentate nel 97 al caffe Procope di Torino.
Nascono i “fotoquadri” punto di incontro tra la fotografia e la pittura,attraverso i quali Aimasso ricerca la rappresentazione di realtà trasfigurate. Sergio Aimasso ha esposto in Italia e all'estero.
"Took the Seashore Road" by Marie-Claude Eguimendia, France
Après maintes recherches, Marie-Claude Eguimendia a réussi à adapter une technique particulière à sa peinture.
Le final donne une certaine brillance rappelant la luminosité des émaux.
L’inspiration du trait la guide vers une œuvre souvent figurative qui trouve son épanouissement dans la réalisation des nus et des scènes de vie. Depuis peu elle se laisse absorber dans un certain style d’abstraction bien particulier.
"A butterfly landed on my knee" by Claudio Chiabotti, Italy
Self-taught artist, Claudio Chiabotti experiments with different techniques: from oil painting to gouache, from fine art photos to digital art. He has been invited to show his artworks in different international exhibitions.
Bruno Antonazzo nasce a Tivoli. Nel Dopoguerra si trasferisce a Roma, dove studia e trascorre gli anni dell'infanzia e della giovinezza, presso il collegio salesiano. Studia musica e nel 1968 inizia a dipingere da autodidatta. I soggetti delle sue prime opere sono figurativi, in seguito crea paesaggi astratti con uno stile che denota tutta la sua inquietudine. Per un periodo si dedica alla moda, ma alla fine degli anni Novanta, torna ad occuparsi di pittura, esponendo in Italia e all'estero. Oggi vive e lavora a Verona.
Laureato in Medicina e Chirurgia, Roberto Ottino ha inizialmente frequentato lo studio del pittore Anselmo Troletti, mentre alla fine degli anni ottanta ha approfondito la tecnica pittorica alla scuola di Pinetta Gramola.
Nell’atelier di Piazza Cavour ha appreso elementi di un linguaggio tipicamente figurativo, scandito da un colore limpido e capace di fissare gli aspetti della natura, utilizzato per trascrivere sulla tela le impressioni quotidiane interpretate e rese secondo gli insegnamenti della maestra.
L’interesse per la pittura si è tradotto in una attività caratterizzata da una serie di esposizioni personali e collettive a livello nazionale.
Born in 1958, Oslo, Norway, Marit Risto started painting at the age of 16 at Einar Granum Artschool.
After 3 years’ training Risto became a specialized worker in the graphic art industry.
From 1983 to 86 she studied arts at L’école des beaux arts, Aix-en Provence.
From 1986 to 87 she studied yoga and meditation at Skandinavisk Yoga-og meditasjonsskole.
From 1987 to 91 Marit Risto lived in Greece, practiced painting, yoga, meditation and Reiki healing.
She met Reiki teacher Ellen Sokolow from New York and got 1 and 2 degrees.
From 1992 to 94 Risto studied kinesiology, the “One Brain System”, with Bente and Mary Kåring, Daniel Whiteside, and Gordon Stokes.
She met et Eileen Ledger in Spain and practiced medium ship, clear-voyance and meditation and got great inspiration for painting.
Back to Norway, Marit Risto is now an artist internationally renowned.
Angela Caporaso, pittrice, webdesigner, è nata negli anni sessanta in provincia di Caserta e si è dedicata soprattutto al collage e alla poesia visiva.
Tra le sue opere ricordiamo "La natura virtuale delle cose" libro d’artista che nel 2013 è entrato a far parte della Collezione Civica di Palazzo Fogazzaro - Schio (Vi).