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Jau Goh

in Singapore

Art and Soul

PRESENTED ON APR 15, 2017
IN KUCHING @ VOL 4

Jau Goh shares the creative process of her work, her favourite medium timber, triangle as a constant motif and the importance of reiteration.  

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Artwork

BY TOMO ISHII
@ VOL 103 ON MAY 29, 2013

Artist Tomo Ishii describes her work as emotional, with the goal of bringing out happiness, sadness, fear, and more. In this presentation, she shares some of her work, and describes what inspires her.
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Reformation and Renaissance: The Art of Caravaggio

BY KRISTIN WILSON
@ VOL 4 ON MAR 20, 2014

Kristin Wilson highlights several paintings by Italian artist Michelangelo Caravaggio, who depicted powerful myths and central Catholic teachings as a response to the Protestant Reformation. 

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Sanded Paintings & Flower Plates

BY RÉGIS PERRAY
@ VOL 9 ON DEC 02, 2014

Régis Perray is a french artist who lives in Nantes. His art turns around time spending at work, human activities and repetitives tasks. {in french}

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Office Space With a Soul

BY MA MO
@ VOL 5 ON MAY 22, 2015

Matt Morrison shares why he created A Space Manila, a co-working space that's not Regus, not Starbucks, and not an office without a soul.

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Vague Paintings

BY THOMAS HUBER
@ VOL 5 ON MAR 15, 2016

Artist Thomas Huber talks about how he uses the visual detritus of daily life, the random notes and scribbles that acrue throughout the day to create his lush, layered "vague" paintings.

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The Waxing Soul

BY JOANNA GOULD
@ VOL 21 ON NOV 10, 2016

Joanna Gould is a Maine artist working in the ancient wax encaustic technique.  Encaustic literally means burning in, and encaustic painting involves heated wax and a process of fusing many layers. Fusing oil pigments and found objects with layers of translucent beeswax and resin,  Joanna creates works of art that have been described as dreamlike and mystical, infused with the purest light. Highly influenced by place, the light and dark in her paintings dance with seasonal hues and shapes to suggest nature in its most modest form. Joanna started her creative career over 15 years ago, studying graphic design at the Art Institute of Boston. Her professional career started in corporate branding and evolved to publishing and then advertising. She later studied landscape architecture. Joanna has exclusively been a part-time freelance designer for the past six years, as well as a full-time mother and wife. Tonight she will share the story behind her work, in The Waxing Soul

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Coming into Form

BY PHYLLIS LEHMAN
@ VOL 2 ON JUN 17, 2017

Phyllis Lehman is a painter, an energy therapist and a retired teacher. She tells about, how interest in spirituality, energy healing, teaching  and art come together in her paintings. Her art studio is in Warwick, New York.  She also works with clients through the healing arts. 

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Photo Album of Paintings

BY MAMATJAN JUMA
@ VOL 1 ON MAR 15, 2018

Mamatjan Juma is an artist who was trained in the style of Socialist Realism, in which ideology was paramount. He began questioning this notion and exploring more abstract styles after his move to the United States. Through "snapshots" of his paintings, he shows the development of his style, where beauty, balance, and limitlessness are expressed without the need to stand for an ideology. 

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Artwork in Public Places

BY GAIL SIMPSON
@ VOL 26 ON APR 12, 2018

Gail Simpson makes sculpture for public spaces as part of the collaborative team “Actual Size Artworks.” She's committed to the idea of artist as citizen, and she believes in the transformative potential of artwork in the community. She thinks public spaces should be meaningful, memorable, and dynamic. Her goal is to contribute to the common good by making the built environment more intentional. This presentation includes images of recent permanent and temporary projects.