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I make art by exploring science. By studying astrobiology and theories of physics I try to understand the world. My paintings are a mix of realism and abstraction. I seek tones of lights, shadows and reflections when painting, and when visualizing the invisible I use innovative techniques.
- Because world is full of emptiness and the emptiness is full of motion. Because the life is a ripple in the everlasting flow of the energy. Because the physics is all...
Kimmo Ylönen (born 1970) is an artist living and working on the island of Norrskata outside the South-Western coast of Finland. After graduating as a painter from Kankaanpää art school Ylönen soon took to sculpture, wood becoming his principal material.
Along the way Ylönen has used everytghing from cardboard to needles to common reed and rag rugs. Among other things he has walked through the most part of Finland and baked a four meter wide bread.
Ylönen has participated in numerous exhibition and...
Hannamari Matikainen (b. 1976) is a Finnish visual artist whose main instruments include graphic art techniques and painting. Hannamari Matikainen’s works usually depict animals or humanlike creatures as figures in an endlessly expanding horizon. Her pieces are included in the collections of the State of Finland and various Finnish towns and cities, along with numerous private homes. In addition to her own artistic work, she collaborates with artists from different fields and teaches art courses.
I am a professional visual artist focusing on painting, drawing, printmaking, embroidery and collage as my main techniques. I enjoy working with different kind of visual concepts in series and in big formats, preferably with large picture installations. My pictures are characterized by simplicity, warm bright colors and a graphical style. Absurdities and black humor are other ingredients in my often very ambiguous pictures. For the moment I´m working on an ongoing drawing project called “The Forest...
Elina Ruohonen (b. 1970) is a visual, space and conceptual artist whose latest
opening is work with sound art. Her sound works have been exhibited as part
of audio-visual exhibitions and composite works. Ruohonen has been working
on ecological art for several years. She has exhibited works on the condition of
the sea for example in Archipelago Centre Korpoström for art and research,
Kuusisto Art Manor, and Olohuone 306,4 km2, an urban public art festival in
Turku. Ruohonen has studied in Art...
Olen turkulainen kuvanveistäjä. Työstän veistoksissani pronssia, romua, esineitä ja eläinten osia. Yhdistän usein erilaisia materiaaleja toisiinsa. Käsittelen teoksissani mm. valtaa sekä ihmisen ja luonnon välistä suhdetta.
Valmistuin vuonna 2014 Turun ammattikorkeakoulun Taideakatemiasta ja Turun yliopistosta, jossa opiskelin kulttuurihistoriaa.
Olen Suomen Kuvanveistäjäliiton ja Turun Taiteilijaseuran jäsen.
Jasmin Anoschkin (b. 1980, Pori, Finland)
Graduated from The Academy of Fine Arts in 2004
“Jasmin’s work continuously alludes to pop culture, sometimes making references to the Western toy industry,
or presenting dunkheap ladies who, by carrying their precious loads, have become landfill themselves.
Each of these has a story to tell – although they look amusing at first glance,
they reveal much about the world around us.”
- Elise Simonsson ,Executive director ...
Minua kiinnostaa ihmisen suhde ympäristöönsä. Näen maiseman ja paikan heijastuksena ihmisestä. Kuva on silta ulkoisen ja sisäisen maailman välillä. Alleviivaan arjesta symboleita ja merkityksiä. Itse näen töissäni runollista realismia, jossa tavoitellaan pyhän kokemusta arjessa ilman uskontoa. Koen taiteen välineenä, jonka kautta ymmärrän, jäsennän ja kommentoin ympäröivää maailmaa. Työskentelen valokuvan, liikkuvan kuvan, maalauksen ja kuvanveiston keinoin. Löydän aiheeni usein syrjäseuduilta.
I am a visual artist and I have been working professionally for 30 years with different materials, such as industrial waste, metal, plastic, acrylic, polycarbonate and ready made-objects. Materials I use have no more any particular point, per se. More important is that they support the message behind the final work. Occasionally materials can act as inspirational catalyst, too.
I have done installations, site-specific works and various large and small pieces of artwork. Daylight, shadows, transparency...