Michael Forster (1907–2002) was an Anglo-Canadian abstract artist. Born in Kolkata, India, Forster spent most of his childhood in Meerut. He studied first at Lancing College in Sussex and then later at the Central School of Arts and Crafts (now Central St. Martins — University of the Arts), as well as the Académie Colarossi in Paris. In 1927–1928, he moved to Toronto, Ontario, Canada in hopes of avoiding The Great Depression..”Creatively, Forster explored the changing visual face of the universe long before astronauts began their travels. For most of his career, he took inspiration from the glowing patterns and chromatic depths of space. He composed infinitely varied and rich abstract compositions from the flux and fusion of the galaxies. In this, Michael Forster is virtually unique among painters..”

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Jerzy Wladyslaw Puciata (1933–2014) — Polish painter
“Light is life. Light is God. (…) Light tears up darkness and gives hope. (…) light is the pursuit of deeper knowledge, perfection. It is an expression of my hope that I want to share. It is also the joy of life — the light of colors. These are memories of the moments I experienced, colors, words, all nature. The atmosphere of specific places.
My imagination allows me to go beyond the box. The image must radiate something special, unique, provoking reflection and contemplation. “

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Critic Marta Traba identified a series of characteristic elements in Obregon’s work: personal poetic values; self-sufficiency in regard to reality, indeed starting from it; expressive intention; freedom of form; search for identity based on the landscape, zoology, and flora; elliptic space people by magic elements; and contempt for urban culture.Also…

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Hans Rudolf “Ruedi” Giger ( 1940–2014) was a Swiss surrealist painter, whose style was adapted for many forms of media, including record-albums, furniture and tattoo-art…“Some people say my work is often depressing and pessimistic, with the emphasis on death, blood, overcrowding, strange beings and so on, but I don’t really…

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