Power Inspirational Wednesday.

Elena Kalis.

Living on a tropical island has taken a toll on the artist that has decided to represent her models floating in dreamy watery spaces. The power of nature is shown in her photography which is an alternative to the traditional paint on canvas. It is powerful to see how an artists can envision something so different and implant her imagination onto a force that is supposedly uncontrollable by humans.

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more photos here:

http://www.elenakalisphoto.com/

Penny Byrne.

The australian artist transforms old porcelain statues into messages of critique towards international politics and social movements that take place in today’s World. Full of humor and cynicism, these art pieces push us to question our attitudes.

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more of her work here:

https://www.facebook.com/pages/Penny-Byrne/113743211982063

Karel Appel.

Karel Appel was a Dutch painter that founded the CoBra movement. His peers and him were against the rationalist culture that was prominent at the time and valued an art that would come out of the subconscious. It is abstract but faithful to human nature and hence shows the power of the senses.

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