Giovanni Savino: My Experiences are My Pictures

Dios Gracias, el Comarquero, Photography by Giovanni Savino

Giovanni Savino is at once a protagonist, an author and a critic of the many tales that he endeavours to narrate each day. After all, these are nothing but mini-episodes of his great life’s show, the core of his creative self. This documentary photographer has one of the greatest repositories of visual art about the Dominican Republic and people who live in this Caribbean nation. But that is not the only achievement of Giovanni Savino by any means. The NY-based photographer, weather-beaten traveller and an engaging storyteller is going to share with you his life’s story today.

The Urban Reality & Photography

An Interview with Viviana Peretti

Desperate Intentions, Photography by Viviana Peretti

The fact that a city so readily divulges her secrets to Viviana Peretti, or more aptly to her camera lenses, does not come as a big surprise. For Viviana spent much of her childhood and teens in a small town close to Rome, greater part of a decade in bustling Bogotá, Columba, briefly spent time in beautiful Marseille, France while firmly anchoring herself in the global village of New York. In true sense, as in life so through her art, Viviana has treaded from serenity to pandemonium before being back to orderliness.

Figurative Painter Joe Simpson: Uncovering a Drama on Canvas

An Interview with the Artist

Almost There, Painting by Joe Simpson

Born in 1984, Lancaster, England, Joe Simpson acquired critical acclaim showcasing his work in a number of galleries in United Kingdom and beyond. Not only did he manage to excel in a relatively short period of time but also exhibited his entrepreneurial and organisational skills. His series Almost There and Musician Portraits required considerable efforts from his part to make the collaboration between him and some of the busiest musicians of this day as smooth as possible. To provide for Across America he depended on crowd funding and returned the favours of the contributors by sending them his paintings. His favourite artist Edward Hopper asserted, The inner life of a human being is a vast and varied realm. Let us then try to peep into the heart and mind of this young painter.

Nathan Walsh Explores The Limitless Possibilities of a City

New York Reflections, Painting by Nathan Walsh

An artist’s eyes always remain engaged in search of visual poetry even at the seemingly unlikeliest of the places. The rhythm in massive brick structures, nostalgia associated with rain soaked streets or the irony of multitude jostling in every street corner without even knowing each other hardly ever eludes Nathan Walsh. And, the artist loyally keeps on registering every mood of a throbbing city on canvas. Be it on the Sicilian Avenue, in the Rainy Afternoon in Chicago or in New York Sunshine Nathan Walsh’s mind remains ever alert picking up the glittering verses that the city whispers into his ears. He also takes artistic liberty in fusing time and space to create paintings like 23 Skidoo or Multiverse – a playful geometric maze that can only be painted through such creative consciousness.

Vincent Giarrano Figurative Paintings: A True Impression of Life

An Interview with the Artist

Rail Road Apartment, Painting by Vincent Giarrano

Vincent Giarrano was born in 17th November, 1960, Buffalo, New York. Early in his life painting caught his fancy, a passion that he continues nurturing to this day. He completed Master of Fine Arts from Syracuse University in 1985. His works are regularly exhibited in a number galleries including Susan Powell Fine Art, Madison, CT, NYC Viewpoints, 2009, Grenning Gallery, Sag Harbor, NY, Spring Break, 2009 and Waterhouse Gallery, Santa Barbara, CA, Figurative Exhibition, 2008 to name a few. It would not be an exaggeration saying, Vincent’s fingers are firmly placed feeling the pulse of the city.