I specialises in the technique of scanography, resulting in work that is both experimental and spontaneous. My current practice is exploring the nature of Fluids, examining the reactions that occur when different fluids combine, but also the dynamic and vibrant patterns that naturally form.
As an artist I try to translate my spirituality and my strange imagination into images. I believe my artwork is unique because it’s a bit corky, jovial, spiritual, colorful, and almost childlike. It’s definitely not “fine art” but I think it still conveys a message.
Between 2011 and 2012 the photographer Alessandro Niccolai visited some of the places struck by the earthquake and the tsunami happened in the Fukushima prefecture (Naraha-machi, Namie-machi, Tamura-machi…etc…). He took images that are personal and very intimate.
I would describe my own work as an intensive mixture or various elements such as psychology, geography, environment, inter-cultural aspects etc. which, I believe, make it quite diverse yet still ascribe it my own unique perspectives based on different backgrounds and experiences I have gone through until today…
Paul Klee once said that the line is a point that went for a walk. I take the part of this point, I’m going through the city and behind me I leave stretched cotton thread, which I develop from my coat pocket.
Geoffrey Stein is a recovering lawyer, who has been painting full-time since 2000. He received an MFA from the Slade School of Fine Art, London. Stein lives and paints in New York City. He is represented by the Lionheart Gallery in Pound Ridge, NY and the Minster Gallery in the UK.
Alejandro Ontiveros Robles Our society is changing its manners on relationships. And I think that, in so many cases, in a deep less way, caused by the big wave of the new technologies and social networks. I took this change to focus my whole artistic project Conexiones in the human relations, their importance for creating a free society, and for…