(Netherlands) André Geertse’s work is inspired by his time spent on the North Sea Coast of the Netherlands with the spectacle of sea, light and air. The work reflects a strength of color, space and light.
(France) Anne Brochot’s work is influenced by the geometrical patterns, materials and tools of architecture, as well as the organic structures of the countryside.
(Australia) Barbara Halnan, a multimedia artist believes drawing is essential to her art-making. Her fine line drawings on paper reference the flatness of the dry lake bed of Menindee in NSW – the distant horizon, the sky and the colors of the local vegetation, sand and earth.
(France) A sculptor born in Poland Bogumila Strojna lives and works in Paris.She has used drawing as a sketching tool, as well as a point of departure to develop independent works.
(France) Christine Boiry’s work comes from the study of color, material and movement to create a minimal space, in search of rhythm, emptiness and light.
(USA) President Emeritus of "AAA - American Abstract Artists" association and member of the international artists group "The Drawing Collective". He lives in New York, USA.
(France) Danielle Lescot is a painter, ceramist and sculptor who lives and works in Paris. Lescot”s drawings are results of a daily exploration of color and form in her studio.
(New Zealand) A sculptor, Diane Scott uses sculpture to inform her drawings through their shared concerns of space, illusion, materiality and light. She employs different media for her drawings that push the boundaries of traditional drawings.
(USA) Ellen Golden’s drawings flow from an intuitive and emotional response to the natural world. Her drawings are products of a very focused meditative process.
(Australia) Emma Langridge, who considers herself primarily a painter, applies the same strict practice used in her paintings in her drawings. She uses everyday materials, strictly controlled procedures, and a reliance on millimeter increments with allowance for irregularities.
(Turkey) Having a master’s degree in mathematics has greatly influenced Erdem Kucuk-Koroglu’s artwork, which he describes as geometric abstract paintings.
(France) Grieteke Roosma pursued drawing and photography after earlier careers in education and fashion design. A keen observer of nature and different cultures, her drawings are abstract studies greatly influenced by the physical and emotional world.
(Germany) After serving in the Merchant Marines, Tunis-born Jamel Sghaier, became a self-taught visual artist. His work is inspired by pure abstractions of forms. He currently lives and works in Tunisia and Germany.
(France) The basis of Jean-Luc Manquin’s art work is the square, a quadrilateral figure that is a surface to divide evenly, a checker board space to fill, or an element to build into a grid.
(Canada) Liz Davidson’s drawings are not preparatory sketches for other works. They are studies of light and shadow observed through the seasons in her studio in rural Quebec.
(France) Passionate about color, Marilyn Chapin Massey’s work is inspired by the colors and shapes of urban areas, such as New York and Paris. Massey”s recent drawings use non color as she continues to experiment with the underground transportation web.
(UK) Drawing and painting are increasingly indivisible activities in Marion Piper’s studio. Each sets the stage for the other and creates space for an improvised performance in both the manufacture and the content of the work. Colour, materials and surface form part of the plot.
(Germany) A visual artist who uses a drawing technique he calls “dissolution”, Michael Perlbach’s drawings are assembled from tiny structures sometimes not distinguishable from simple dots.
(USA) The Drawing Collective founder Munira Naqui, born in Bangladesh came to the USA in 1982 after studying in Moscow. She lives in Portland and works from her studio in New Gloucester. For Naqui, drawing is a meditative exercise that follows the manner of Tibetan mandalas, always focusing on the process to reach clarity of thought.
(France) Born in New Zealand, Richard Van Der Aa is the founder of ParisConcret. His drawings are a constant exploration of the boundaries of minimalism and formal geometric art. He lives and works in Paris.
(Netherlands) The nature of Tineke Porck’s art is abstract, minimal and has interfaces with constructivism, zero and minimal art. She uses a basic language of form – lines, points, crosses and surfaces – and sober colors, such as shades of grey, white and black.
(Vietnam) Truong Thanh focuses his work on the use of three-dimensional geometry, inspired by constructivist and minimalist art. His drawings are based on the structures of objects and their response to forces.
(Germany) A Hamburg-based artist, Wahida Azhari is inspired by the relationships between space, emptiness and light.
(Netherlands) A Dutch visual artist who is inspired by emptiness and space, Wilma Vissers believes spatiality and infinite space must be present even in the smallest work.