Renøyr is (mainly) a painter, DJ, composer and graphic designer. Renøyr’s main source of inspiration is music. Renøyr’s work is bounded with music, the rhythms you can’t control, from both digital and analog sources: Spotify, old scratchy, dusty vinyls, OST and the music he produced. Basically, Renøyr paints something you can listen and also watch, observe, feel. Renøyr’s workflow is peculiar: sitting in his studio for hours listening his favorite music albums in order to determine the colors he will use. Then he take action, performing the sounds, the notes, the vibrations on canvas – or other surfaces such as skateboards, aluminum and wooden panels.
Renøyr most acclaimed collections are the LP collection (100cm or 90cm Ø diameter), EP collection (24” Ø diameter) and the Skateboart collection.
At the moment Renøyr is working on a new series called 16:9, inspired by hunting, beautiful movies. Learn more about the work here: https://renoyr.com/
Yolanda D Mozdzen is a New York based artist who has been creating riveting, unique artwork since the age of 5.
Yolanda is widely known as the Humanitarian Painter because she has been donating her enchanting portraits and original landscapes to various charities throughout the US.
Yolanda’s inventiveness and mastery are superbly powerful in capturing a vision and conquering a thought. With no formal art training, her enticing creations are composed in her soul from her need to inspire. “My paintings are based on what my grandfather always said, “Your mind is a camera. Take mental pictures of anything and keep it in your mind; retrieve it when you paint.”
Yolanda is a visionary; she paints only in candlelight while listening to inspirational music. She has donated original creations to Mount Sinai Hospital, The American Heart Association, The AIDS Walk, The Fire Department of New York, and more. Her goal is to utilize her vision and talent and generate awareness for causes that touch her heart.
You can find Yolanda: ymozzart.com
Gilda Garza is a Mexican artist born in Sinaloa, Mexico. She started to paint as young as she can remember, a generational talent passed down to her from her grandmother.
Living in one of the most dangerous places in Mexico, Sinaloa, she was surrounded by war and kidnappings in her family. Her paintings show all of the raw emotions from these impactful events in her life.
She believes the best works of art happen when pain and suffering turn into inspiration and creativity.
Having gone through these experiences has only formed her into an even stronger woman who captivated what she was going through into beautiful pieces of art.
Every piece reflects a moment in the artist’s life.
Gilda’s Playboy painting was featured on the cover of Playboy Mexico’s February 2018 issue. She is the second painter to have art featured on the cover, behind Andy Warhol in January 1986. She is also the first artist to exhibit at the Omnia Nightclub in Las Vegas.
Have You ever heard of the term ‘Gesamtkunstwerk’ the dream of Ludwig van Beethoven? Bringing art together into one experience and thus improving the different forms. Franck Marco takes this to a whole new level. He combines two of his passions, painting and playing the drums. The results are amazing and his art that is always evolving, makes Your heart skip a beat.
Franck Marco has found a way to combine these two forms of art in an inspirational subtle and improvised dialogue. A unique idea always evolving. He uses brush-sticks and other tools found or invented. So who is Franck Marco, and where does he get his inspiration? Franck Marco has been active on the music scene from the age of 6 onwards. He knows what it takes and has been playing on all major scenes and festivals. His paintings are breathtaking as You can see here.
Bringing a unique performance. He combines the two forms of expession in a singular performance for a colorful silence, a percussive chaos and a reflected accidental destiny.
Tam Tam Magazine – 18-03-31
Artwork name: “Fly”
Graphite on paper
16″ x 24″
Michigan-based artist Lauren Bigelow pairs detailed, lifelike images with abstract, expressive elements. Her work combines the controlled nature of representational art with the dynamic qualities of geometric and intuitively-drawn lines and shapes. Her contrasting approaches to drawing suggest the importance of both careful observation and creative innovation in our modern world.
As a sophomore at Pennsylvania State University, Lauren is working toward a Bachelor’s degree in Digital Multimedia Design. In addition to continuing her fine art career, she plans to expand her creative audience by becoming a graphic designer.
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