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MANUELA BOSCO, FINLAND

Manuela Bosco is a Finnish-Italian artist. She has worked as a full-time artist since 2015. In her work she has addressed issues such as divinity, wildlife andlife at the border between vigil and dreaming. References to mysticism and aspects of nature can be found in her work. Bosco paints mainly great works of mixed media paintings (using acrylic, pastel, coal). Bosco’s work has been on display since 2017 at events like Helsinki Festival and exhibitions in Turku, Helsinki and Mikkeli. Bosco’s studio is located at Ullanlinna, Helsinki. She also works as an actress and a writer. Bosco has two children.

 

KERRY HAYS, US

Kerry's predominantly abstract, mixed-media work is heavily influenced by architecture. She explores the interplay between landscape, structure and human relationship. She pares down both the human form and elements of architecture into arrangements of strong, graphic shapes and earth tones. Her chosen mediums are acrylic, gouache, oil stick, watercolor and collage on stretched canvas, raw linen and cut canvas sheets designed for framing. Kerry works from her studio in the heart of Midtown Atlanta, at The Biltmore, an Atlanta landmark built in 1924.

 

JONATHAN KRÖLL, GERMANY

Kerry's predominantly abstract, mixed-media work is heavily influenced by architecture. She explores the interplay between landscape, structure and human relationship. She pares down both the human form and elements of architecture into arrangements of strong, graphic shapes and earth tones. Her chosen mediums are acrylic, gouache, oil stick, watercolor and collage on stretched canvas, raw linen and cut canvas sheets designed for framing. Kerry works from her studio in the heart of Midtown Atlanta, at The Biltmore, an Atlanta landmark built in 1924.

 

CHARLOTTE TAYLOR, UK

Artist and designer based in London. I have a long-standing obsession with architecture, interiors and design objects. I am interested in non-functional structures; my drawings take existing architectural forms with the addition of fictional and playful elements. I collect visual material from interior and design magazines combined with my personal photography; the spaces I imagine become an amalgamation of different architectural styles, drawing much inspiration from postmodernism, brutalism, and ancient architecture. 

 

LOTTA MAIJA PAANANEN, UK

Artist and designer based in London. I have a long-standing obsession with architecture, interiors and design objects. I am interested in non-functional structures; my drawings take existing architectural forms with the addition of fictional and playful elements. I collect visual material from interior and design magazines combined with my personal photography; the spaces I imagine become an amalgamation of different architectural styles, drawing much inspiration from postmodernism, brutalism, and ancient architecture. 

 

CECILIA SJÖHOLM, UK

”I am a London based artist who works with a variety of techniques and materials. Drawings and paintings often feature beeswax. Metal, MDF and plywood are used for three dimensional work. With an educational background in fine art, interior and architecture, my art practice is focussed around the concepts of structure, scale and spatiality. 
Central to the work is an ongoing exploration into the notion of perception of volume and flatness. Often starting with a systematic approach and using a structure as a basis, I am interested in how to disrupt or reconfigure this, using subjective and intuitive methods. By this process I am searching for the tension that can occur when a system is undermined, collides with itself or ceases to exist.”