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Featured Artists

Zlatko Vasic
CoLabART
Mariano Rechy
Faith Antion

If you would like to exhibit your artwork in the gallery, just contact us. We welcome all thoughtful submissions. 

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Zlatko Vasic

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Zlatko Vasic was born in Tuzla, the former Yugoslavia, in 1963. From his early days Vasic was interested in exploring various art techniques. In 1978 he participated in the Groharjev Art Colony of Yugoslav Young Talents, and won second prize. His first solo exhibition was opened by the famous Yugoslav artist Dragisa Trifkovic in 1981 in Tuzla. Some of Vasic's art works were donated to build the monument to Branislav Nusic, a Yugoslav writer, in Belgrade. In 1991, Vasic moved to Sweden where he continues to work and contribute to exhibitions with his American friends Jim Pollock, Jim Mackay, Coco Gordon, and others.

Art Magazine Diaspora wrote: 

The human body still represents an unexplored secret for the scientific world, making it an exciting challenge for Vasic: entagled bodies, grotesque gestures and impossible positions, life’s filth seasoned with people’s abstract thoughts leading nowhere, the sterility of a right-thinking society which produces everyday robots, the unavoidable disappearance of our own individuality a claustrophobic feeling despite open environment are only a bit of what Zlatko Vasic exploits in his art.

According to a critique of James Langston, an American artist:

The art works of Zlatko Vasic are both stunning and shocking in their honesty. There is so much thought and energy flowing into and out of these works that seeing them is a conversation taking place in real time. Each of his unique works demands your attention. The surface images grab you and the messages is forced into your sub-conscious. 

Learn more about Vasic's work and view additional pieces in his gallery.

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ZLATKO VASIC
FREEDOM

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ZLATKO VASIC
IL NUMERO UNO

ZLATKO VASIC
SVENSK SPIDERMAN

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CoLabART

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CoLabART is a more than thirty-year glimpse into the individual and collaborative works of artists Lynn Small and Dennis Paul, in collaboration: D. PAUL/SMALL. Their work has been shown in numerous gallery and museum exhibitions including the USIA Cultural Center - Madrid, Spain, Hudson River Museum, the Bronx Museum of the Arts, and the Museum of the City of Mexico.  The couple are both recipients of Yaddo Fellowships and have received various grants, awards and commissions. Their work is represented in public and private collections both in the United States and abroad.

We recommend that you visit CoLabART for a look at some very passionate art and information on purchasing their limited-edtion prints. You can contact them by email at: colabart@ix.netcom.com

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Lynn Small's mixed-media paintings, drawings and prints reflect the work produced during those periods living and working in New York; the Southern coast of Spain; Cuernavaca, Mexico; the Southwest; California desert; and most recently, Los Angeles. In the many image-gathering travels throughout the Southwest, Ms. Small traced the foot trails of the ancient ones - the Hohokam and Anasazi. She is deeply inspired by the spiritual balance of the land and the symbolic nature of the petroglyphs/pictographs/ rock symbols/Katcinas and feels that the Spirit Guides series is a continuation of her Mexican anthropological, God-like series, begun some twenty years before. Ms. Small is an art honors graduate of The High School of Music and Art, NYC. A Dean's List student at New York University, she studied with such renowned painters as Milton Resnick, Esteban Vicente, Hale Woodruff, and Robert Kaupelis.

 

LYNN SMALL
EL MALABARISTA PARA LOS DIOSES
(THE JUGGLER FOR THE GODS)
MEXICAN SERIES

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LYNN SMALL
Spirit Guide I
SPIRIT GUIDES SERIES


DENNIS PAUL & LYNN SMALL
Nude with Screen - 1998
PINK ROOM SERIES

 

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Mariano Rechy

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Mariano Rechy has been called the painter of the "soul" of Mexico. He has had many shows both in Mexico and in the United States. Mr. Rechy has exhibited in many galleries in New York, including: The Bronx Museum, The Cork Gallery, The Broome Street Gallery, Longwood Gallery, Arts Interaction Gallery, Pregones Theater, Merrill Lynch, Krasdale Foods Gallery. Mr. Rechy's exhibitions in Mexico include:  Palacio de Bellas Artes, Museo de Antropologia, Secretaria de Gobernacion Gallery, Jose Maria Velasco Gallery, Centro Recreativo de Jalapeno Gallery, Jalapa, Veracruz, and Museo de la Ciudad de Mexico.

Mariano Rechy's work is available both in signed editions as well as the original paintings. Please contact him at: RECHY@aol.com.

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CHINANTECA

Working in acrylics and oils, Mariano Rechy's paintings of Mexican life and folklore have captivated all who have seen his work. Now living in New York and gaining acceptance there, he continues to paint from his sketches and memories of his homeland. 

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THE FAMILY


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Faith Antion

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Faith created this captivating drawing in 2002 with pencil. Faith writes: "I really enjoy the website, particularly the Philosphy Loft with the Principals for Critical Thinking. ...I really love the art program here at UHart--it is based on educating the artist as a whole person, not just in technical skills, but in philosophy, culture, writing, speaking, critical thinking...it's a very well-constructed program." Creative writing is Faith's other interest as she continues her studies at UHart.
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FAITH ANTION
Self Portrait #1

Contact Faith to learn more about 
her very promising work.

 

 

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All images presented here in the Art Gallery are copyrighted materials of the respective artists and may not be used without their permission. 
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