Pablo Bronstein

Editor’s Letter Winter 2014

Dear Friends & Colleagues, Issue #39 marks our 7th anniversary in print! To date publishing Artvoices has been an enlightening, rewarding and challenging journey-to say the least, but like my mother says ‘what doesn’t kill you makes you stronger’.

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Carlos Luna – Enraptured Visions

Carlos Luna is an artist and storyteller whose emblematic themes engage fables and mysticisms, eroticisms and prejudices, religiosity, anthropology, and the socio-political contexts of life.

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Susan Dorothea White

Susan Dorothea White was born in 1941 in Adelaide, South Australia to an artistic family; the left-handed artist grew up in Broken Hill, an isolated mining town in outback New South Wales.

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The Tale Persists in Violence’s Aftermath

NEWCOMER: JAMES TAYLOR BONDS

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Revolver II @ Matt’s Gallery

London, UK There are ghosts in the gallery. Really. Inside Matt’s Gallery, a nonprofit space in East London founded by Robin Klassnik in 1979, amongst the archives and exhibition spaces, phantoms lurk.

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Donnie Molls: Beyond the Surface

And while it is difficult to discern the difference between reality and mythology in a region where the entertainment industry’s shadow looms over everything, Southern California remains a dynamic mix of cultures that are melded together then shined and buffed by the imagination of a producer.
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Marcus Jansen

War & Pieces: Modern Urban Expression
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EDWARD KNIPPERS – Flesh And Blood

Every clear-cut and simple definition might come to mind when first trying to define Edward Knippers: he is a religious artist. His work should therefore be religious art.
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Clayton Campbel – The Power of the Unconscious

Clayton Campbell has been making digital photographs since the mid 1990s. Campbell’s works take their cues from popular culture while offering social commentary.
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DONNA FESTA – Capturing Glimpses

They are the cutest couple imaginable. Both are elderly. 
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CJ Lori

Whatever Direction I Go In
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The Forest From the Trees – KAREN FITZGERALD

Although Karen Fitzgerald is not tied to traditional representations of landscape, or the rectangular picture plain that might contain such images, her aesthetic and spiritual approach to making artwork is deeply rooted in her lifelong relationship with nature and the entities within it. In our conversation regarding her work,
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Animal Kingdom – Juan Kelly

Imagine a world where tigers sit with cows at a seaside table, sharing wine and a lavish buffet … where lions wear Elizabethan collars and offer ice cream cones to their zebra guests. 
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JOHAN WAHLSTROM – Rebel Without A Cause

Evocative artist Johan Wahlstrom aims to encourage the celebration of daily life and incite happiness through the acceptance of reality.
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The Beautiful Struggle – KENNY COLE

Kenny Cole is about one quarter of the way through creating a 450-panel series called “Flood.” His medium is gouache, paper, and verbiage, taken from both the Bible and the comments section from an online article.
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CHRIS BAUDER – Sexy

Chris Bauder’s sculpture tickles the senses — playful forms that bulge, ooze and plop in glistening, smooth, mostly pastel arrays of biomorphic plenitude.
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CHERYL SAFREN – Geo-Celestial Layers Process in Oxidation-Time

Before reading any descriptions or commentaries, my first impressions of Cheryl Safren’s work were: Quartz sections and polished stone forming patterns, shifting translucent sheets that recall the gas storm clouds of Jupiter’s sky, yet in Safren’s worlds the clouds’ rain is colors gliding without gravity to guide or contain it, colors that coalesce and dissolve, […]
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SILVERHAUS: Michael Francis and Laysa

Cara Oleasz: What is your background? How has art played a part in your life? 
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The Romantic Millenial – SARA HAVEKOTTE

For many people, the image of the artist is a romanticized affair. Often pictured is a contemplative and brooding individual puffing on a cigarette, wearing a paint speckled uniform of black Levi’s and boots.
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The Terra Incognita – BARBARA KREFT

Barbara Kreft tackles weighty issues of existence through lines, dots, squares, patterns, and a seemingly simplistic, anti-narrative style.
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