Green Art Exhibition

The Artist Space Gallery is pleased to announce the opening of the first Green online Art Exhibition. Along with the selected artists, the jury selected award winners in the following art categories: painting, photography, and digital art. The show displayed a variety of artistic styles and mediums: oil on canvas, acrylic, watercolor, pastel, gouache, ink tint, photography, digital, porcelain, bronze.  Out of all submissions received 67 artworks were selected to be included in the exhibition.


Kersteen A Anderson

Short Biography and Statement

Bio: Born in Los Angeles, California in 1956, K. Anders Anderson is an American painter whose work captures the emotional energy of personal transformation through line and color. Statement: I love the energy in a beautiful line and rich colors that are tense or fluid next to one another on a surface, creating excitement. My work strives to capture that energy visually and link it to a sensation we all experience, but may not be able to describe. That moment of clarity, the minute space between right now and a new decision into another realm of possibility. I invite you to stand on the edge of the present with me and see into the future.

Kersteen A Anderson - SUNLIGHT ON THE POND - acrylic on canvas


Domingo Parada

Short Biography and Statement

Born in Sucre, Bolivia, studied at the Saint Francis Xavier University of the same city and the Museum of Modern Art in Rio de Janeiro ,Brazil. He has shown his works nationally and internationally in North, South America, Asia, Europe and the Middle East obtaining several prizes and distinctions. His works are present in many private and cultural collections. He lives in the United States of America . My awareness of the immensurable world of our interior mind, its landscapes of emotions, imagination and fantasy motivates me to try to express them in in light, light is color and the infinite spectrum together with geometric forms of our universe gives me a palette that I can use to to demonstrate moments of my conscious experience.. My work can be interpreted by conscious or un-consciously grasping the vibrations of the light as they were a form of pure music.

Domingo Parada - MELODY IN GREEN - acrylic


Rupprecht-Poßinke Anke

Short Biography and Statement

Anke Rupprecht-Poßinke, also known as the artist RUPPO, was born in Hamburg. After a successful career as a qualified engineer, she has been devoting herself to her artistic passion and presenting internationally recognized abstract and representational art. She works in many areas: oil/acrylic painting, photo/video art, digitalART, sculptures in ceramics/bronze/iron and is book author. See RUPPO's art aims to unleash the viewer's imagination. She creates abstract and representational works using DigitalART, such as "Green Dance" for her painting-serie "Dance", which offer a unique visual experience. Fine art prints on canvas are available at RUPPO says: During my time as an engineer, I was one of the first to use the AutoCAD program for my designs. The drawings were printed out by a plotter after completion. Even back then, I met conservative engineers saying: "The computer did that for you". Today, when I create my images digitally, I encounter these prejudices again. But the true value of a work of art lies not in the technology used to create it, but in the message it conveys and the emotional response it evokes in the viewer. My art should inspire and touch viewers, regardless of the tools I use. My DigitalART allows me to express my artistic vision in a unique way and I value the freedom and diversity this technique offers me. Each of my works, be it abstract or representational, tells a story and invites the viewer to immerse themselves in a world of imagination and emotions. By combining technology and artistic expression, I want to build bridges between different worlds and show that art in all its forms speaks a universal language that connects us all.

Rupprecht-Poßinke Anke - GREEN DANCE 01 - digital art


Leo Tujak

Short Biography and Statement

Had some difficulty with taking photographs because I am right handed, and so used my right eye to look through the viewfinder on the camera. Because of a retinal eye problem, found I couldn't use that eye anymore, and had to switch to using the left eye [took some getting used to]. But I didn't and won't allow that to stop me from taking photographs. I've gotten more into photography since retirement. It allows me more time for traveling (one of my favorite things). Also introduces more things to photograph. The diversity of lands, countries, scenery, peoples, mores is just astonishing. They are there to enjoy, to photograph and to experience and remember. Have Exhibited in the US and internationally. List available on request.

Leo Tujak - MABRY MILL -  photography