Vincenzo Balsamo (b. 1935) is the May 2003 Artist of the Month.
Vincenzo Balsamo was born in Brindisi, lived in Rome, Paris and now lives in Verona.
He has exhibited in national and international fairs, galleries and museums since the 1950's.
His body of work includes figurative work, the first abstraction, the "Decomposition" informal, the "Nebulous,"
the "Evocations" of surreal calls, the second abstraction, the "Analysis and experimentation's" period.
In 1987 he began the "Lyric abstraction."
It is an operation the artist performs under the sign of grace and lightness, letting the images come out as if from
a dream, the place where the lines of geometry and imagination live together.
The sign outlines the forms, the color connotes the emotional field, the light dematerialises the vision.
Vincenzo Balsamo is today one of the most important abstract Italian artists.
The following artists have registered this month. To view the work of any artist go to
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News from the Artists
- Angela Minkova. Drawings from Bulgaria.
- Henry Bateman. Digitally manipulated photography.
- James Morris. A mixture of everything.
- Michelle M. Nicolai. Geometric shapes.
- Jon Aestryp Streep. Impressionistic cityscapes.
- Sonja Josefsson. Alternative realism from Sweden.
- Robert Chase. Cartoon animation.
- Holly Boruck. Still life.
- Tony Nicosia. Mystical digital art from Italy.
- Pantea Rahmani. Widely exhibited artist from Iran.
- Viktor Ledl. Expressionistic landscapes from Austria.
- Peter Bourke. Steel sculpture from Australia.
- Olena Pryduvalova. Still life from the Ukraine.
- David Hayes. Dramatic arts from San Diego.
- Caine T. Cullens. Digital art.
- Aamir Khatri. Light and color from Pakistan.
- Andrew Jory. Surrealistic watercolors.
- Oleg Zhyvotkov. Impressionistic oils from the Ukraine.
- Apollonov Oleksiy. Impressionistic landscapes.
- Ross Greening. Black and White photography.
- Penelop. German artist of digital art.
- Jose Bernar. Cityscapes from Spain.
- Royston du Maurier-Lebek. Abstract geometric shapes.
- Carol Ann. Spiritually inspired abstracts from Denver.
- Jeremy Webb. Photography based digital art.
- Jeff Cabral. Expressionistic landscapes from Canada.
- Fatima Kazmi. Abstract oil portraits.
- Nathan Brusovani. Enhanced photography from Israel.
- Fabio Cocco Carreras. Contemporary non-figurative art.
- Walter Masini. Special effects art from Italy.
- Alison Lentz. Contemporary stone sculpture.
- Kent Cantwell. Digital art.
- Franck Benoualid. Visionary art from France.
- Sara G. Umemoto. Color obsessions from Japan.
- Jason Behnke. Fantasy oils.
- Laura Schoonover. Symbolic feminism.
- Krystal Lord. Anime drawings.
- Carol Beckham. Digital photography.
- Sam Norris. Photographic manipulation of florals.
- Irene Brownjohn. Landscape watercolors from Australia.
- John Koshy. Animals and wildlife.
- Bill Wolff. Wood and metal sculpture.
- Julian Abbs. Abstracts from England.
- Val Norris. Popular cultural art.
- Holly Boruck. Portraits, of a gambler and others.
Salamander Galleries is exhibiting Chard Chenier's art in England.
Ron Gang has added new paintings to www.iarc.org/~4x1mk/: eight
non-figurative works (a new exploration), new landscapes, sabra cacti,
and a portrait .
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