Tag Archives: women in the arts

A woman full of inspiration, creativity, and above all empowerment: Sarah P.

That being said, there’s a feeling of freedom and empowerment in writing about hard times, singing about a new-found strength that helps you to overcome. It’s been a long ago since I listened for the very first time the dreamy voice of hers in Running Out Of You. This interview is as unique as her songs and […]

A tribute to self acceptance and positivism: Fotini Tikkou

A tribute to self acceptance and positivism: Fotini Tikkou -The ART.gallery. Elizabeth Souflis interviewing Fotini Tikkou, an amazing illustrator from Greece living in Copenhagen. A tribute to self acceptance and positivism: Fotini Tikkou

My illustrations are simple, colorful and I think they might put a smile on some people’s faces. And I just love that! Her unique style will amaze you. Right from the start, you want to become friends with her characters, listen to their stories, feel their sentiments and follow their advice! She embraces curves, she […]

Ethereal Creations of Washi: Jan Sullivan Fowler

Blue Mauve Mountain by Jan Sullivan Fowler

This is why I say that I literally am working ‘with’ the Washi. There’s a definite choreography that has to take place, to create the vision that is desired. Jan Sullivan Fowler is a contemporary Artist working in Japanese Handmade Washi paper and acrylics to create paintings with a unique flowing form. When I first encountered her works on […]

“Dancing in the Light 2″ at Contemporary Space Athens

The European Center for Architecture Art, Design and Urban Studies in collaboration with the Chicago Athenaeum: Museum of Architecture and Design, presents an exhibition of VENIVINCE featuring sculpture and photos titled: “Dancing in the Light 2”. The opening of the exhibition is on Saturday, March 3rd, at 19:00 p.m. at Contemporary Space Athens, 74 Mitropoleos str, Plaka. […]

Helen Frankenthaler ~ The Red Sea, 1959

Helen Frankenthaler ~ The Red Sea, 1959. Oil and charcoal on sized, primed canvas with painted wood frame 69 5/8×68 1/2 inches. Find more ART.works here...

Helen Frankenthaler The Red Sea, 1959 Oil and charcoal on sized, primed canvas with painted wood frame 69 5/8 × 68 1/2 inches (176.8 × 174 cm) © 2017 Helen Frankenthaler Foundation, Inc./Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York

Sparkling Illustrations: Yaoyao Ma Van As

Sparkling Illustrations: Interview of Yaoyao Ma Van As - ART.harbour Gallery. Elizabeth Souflis interviewing the famous illustrator from Los Angeles. yaoyao ma van as interview

“Season change intensifies the memories and feelings, whether it’s happiness or sadness, I welcome both.” I first met her through her “living alone” series. I am in love with her artworks and I am sure that you are going to fall for her work too. Happiness, nostalgia, sorrow, but above all hope. Seems like her prints […]

Airy Creations: Ioanna Lin

“Life does not require complexity; simple ideas can be sufficient.” Through ART.harbour I have met several wonderful artists. Ioanna Lin is one of those artists. I had the chance to meet her through one of our partners Contemporary Center Athens. Ioanna is not only a young talented water-colorist, but she is also a warmhearted, lovely person.  She lives […]