The Creators

Meet the Creators. In each feature, our Limited artists handwrite their responses to a questionnaire, giving us an in-depth sense of who they are and why they create their artworks. What words describing art make them cringe? What’s their favorite smell? Find out below.

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Ieva Baklane’s California Colors

Ieva Baklane paints the vivid colors and shapes of California’s landscape with …

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Tehos Frederic Camilleri’s Techno Prints

Tehos Frederic Camilleri explores journalistic trends and themes; his artworks …

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Virginie Gallois’s Poetic Abstractions

Oscillating between abstraction and figuration, Virginie Gallois’s landscapes …

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There’s Nothing but Big Blue Skies for Nelly van ...

Nelly van Nieuwenhuijzen’s Zeelandic landscapes are defined by a low horizon …

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Matthew Rose Creates More Than Interesting Collages

Matthew Rose works late into the night ripping apart paper and bits of text to …

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Vitalii Kotiash Debunks Myth that Artists are Aliens

Vitalii generates complex geometric designs that transform organic forms into …

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Rikka Ayasaki’s Abstracts Pair Well with a Red Dr...

Shocks of red find their way in all of Rikka’s paintings, reflecting the …

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Ashvin Harrison Declares His Love of Charcoal

According to Ashvin, his pieces depict both the harsh reality of existence, in …

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Anna Church’s Pure Imagination

Anna Church meticulously arranges found objects to create unique and elegant …

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Carlos Martín Captures the Nostalgia of a Childhood Sum...

Through a heightened understanding of composition and color, Carlos effectively …

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It’s More Than a Pop of Color with Patricia Derks

Patricia Derks colorful artworks are far from weird, but rather fantastical.

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Chalk and a Wide Brush are Benedicte Gele’s Tools...

Benedicte Gele’s graceful depiction of horses possess the essence of regal …

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Sumit Mehndiratta Cannot Create without Homemade Tools,...

Sumit Mehndiratta’s are not modest but full of life, energy, and passion.

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The Elegant Grace of Roberta Pinna

Roberta Pinna’s minimal renderings reflect her materials: pen and ink.

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A Hot Cup of English Breakfast Tea with Annabel Andrews

Annabel Andrews abstract minimalist works serve as a reflection of the world …

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Vibrant Hues of Marta Zawadzka

Marta Zawadzka’s colorful artworks are a breath of fresh air.

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Anna Hymas Makes Her Mark in Red

Anna Hymas brings in raw energy to her deconstructed artworks.

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Xuan Khanh Nguyen Abstractions Pair Well with Botanical...

What is distinct about Xuan Khanh Nguyen’s artworks is his layering technique …

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Jessy Cho’s Hues of Blue

Jessy Cho’s whimsical abstractions seemly float through the air.

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With Paint on Her Hands Lisa Krannichfeld is Always Cre...

Lisa Krannichfeld’s recognizable style exudes confidence, while holding a beer.

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The Minimalist Tones of Michael Lentz

Michael Lentz depicts order and chaos with a small amount of materials; pen and …

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Marco Battaglini is an Artist for the Conscious Mind an...

Challenging the ideas of what street art should be, Marco Battaglini blends …

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Klaus Tiedge Photographs of the Natural World are Indee...

Surrounded by the natural elements of Africa, photographer Klaus Tiedge …

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Stephanie Rivet’s Abstractions are Much More than...

The blending of colors and movement that Stephanie Rivet expresses is one of …