Immersed in a hasty world but basically bored and inert strangers to each other we need more than ever mirages, alate hopes, we must feel free to express ourselves and invent the future.
Art is our salvation, Claudio Bellari’s painting is a song and testimony of the crisis of society its a positive song full of hope and sometimes of optimism. The artist’s soul resists and opposes an era of spiritual exhaustion in absolutely original.
Abandoned thing’s, old magazines, vintage newspapers, old Latin vocabularies, postcards of one’s childhood, old vinyl records, consumer and abandoned papers, come to life as a precious background of his paintings.
Chine – acrylics, old markers of foreign origin – colors sometimes made by mixing egg red with natural pigments are the artist’s tools.
Thus was born a magical exaltation of the object that is now persistence of memory, a rediscovered secret soul, to which the painter gives a psychic content that was being lost.
Thanks to this process the painter expands the object, the face beyond the limits of his clothing.
It is precisely this alchemy of memory and metaphysical anxiety that determines the depth of the painter, his art and his modernity.
His path is in continuous transformation, but it is after that he meets and studies two great artists such as Warhol and Rotella, that he begins to develop this informal art.
With the mastery of contemporary techniques and materials, Chiti builds complex conceptual maps to guide reflection and suggest further critical paths.
He manages to put something innovative in each work, managing to modify and perfect techniques already seen and magazines, but he combines them with other new materials such as: collages and decollage with resin and diamond powder, mosaics of colored rhinestones, graffiti, colors acrylics and gold foil.
Moving from acrylic painting to the combination of collage and decollage, with tears and lacerations he obtains different stratifications, with pieces of posters, newspaper clippings and magazines, all adapted to create random colors and shapes that cannot be repeated in its kind.
“Max Jamali is a Luxury Artist based in Toronto, with an award-winning background in fashion photography, with his art work showcased in Toronto, Miami, L.A. and Dubai.
THE MOST COLLECTABLE SERIES was created using a combination of elements all using the number “twenty-two”, inspired by the year 2022. The series consists of twenty-two, one of a kind Originals. This series is created using Max’s photorealism design of Kate Moss, each piece is layered with a unique transparent hand painted butterfly, Painted Python Skin, Resin, Diamond Dust and 2,000 Crystals, Framed with Italian solid wood handmade white lacquer frame.
Celine Sana came into the world in 1993. Having developed an early passion for art and beauty, she pursued every opportunity to learn new skills as a makeup artist, digital artist and the love for fashion. Celine has also spent a great deal of time as an interior designer even designing and decorating all the homes that she’s ever lived, in so she was able to hone into her skills.
A young Celine was in love with pursuing art, but for her this would have to be put on the back burner, while pursuing a degree in engineering.
While pursuing her engineering degree she also followed her interests in the fashion industry, during this period she found her passion in photography and digital art, specifically contemporary and figurative art.
She successfully finished her Master’s degree and also obtained a business degree. She then pursued a career as an artist by designing and producing 3D and motion wall arts.
Celine’s work is inspired by today’s contemporary and pop artists one she loves and respects is artist Michael Mobius.
Her artworks focus on creating life-like designs using the latest technologies to create a unique artistic style. Her works feature motion, flip-flop, and 3D effects on super-sized prints that are nothing but marvellous.
The combination of motion effects and vibrant colours that emerge from her artworks generate an artistic style that is often described as epic, dramatic and, above all, fabulous.
Izzy’s work has been exhibited at group- and solo exhibitions, and art fairs throughout Germany and the United States since 2008. Izzy Weissgerber’s explorations started young.
Experiencing the world around her with vibrant colors and a photographic visual memory set her apart from her peers early on. Izzy didn’t find an explanation for her visual experiences until 2008 when it would determine the emergence of her art, with a background in make-pp artistry, Izzy – then only 16 – collected an array of creative successes using faces as her canvas. Izzy worked at runway shows for Jil Sander, Miu Miu and the German Vogue. Constantly inspired, she found ways to experiment while still fulfilling professional assignments.
While looking to expand her forms of expressions, Izzy turned to music. In 2006 she stood at the turntables across Germany. Dancing crowds were testament to her work. Circle Music released two records of her newly composed and produced tracks in 2007. A year later, Izzy moved to New York City with the co-founder of her own music label Shoutbox.
Izzy spent more time observing New York’s individuals and bustle than spending time in its music scene. Fascinated, and with intensified senses, she took photos of people perceptibly immersed in their own bubble. Editing the shot at home, she captured what she saw beyond the lens by drawing colored lines around her portraits. The line would become her signature. During lunch with her sister Zaza, Izzy discussed life in New York. Baffled and confused by Izzy’s description of experiencing an overwhelming abundance of colors and numbers, her sister dug deeper. After being described as a “purple 4”, Zaza did research and made a discovery. Izzy has Synesthesia – a neurological condition and phenomena. Of about twenty known varieties, Izzy associates every person with a color – or aura – and a number.
What Izzy had experienced in New York was a sensory overload that she subconsciously recorded by editing her photos. This understanding freed her. Being able to see the aura of a person and capture it on canvas for eternity changed her creative direction. Izzy now edited all of her photographs by drawing colorful lines representing the subject’s aura color, and hid their eyes. Changing their appearance keeps their identity sacred.
Shortly after sharing some of her work over Myspace in 2008, Izzy was contacted by Andy Warhol’s muse “Little Joe” Joe Dallesandro who commissioned her to make a portrait of him. The portrait was picked for the cover of Punk Globe Magazine, and was also printed on limited edition t-shirts which were sold at Dallesandro fanshop’s worldwide.
After her move to Berlin in 2008, Izzy’s portrait of Jean-Michel Basquiat adorned the cover of Horst and Edeltraut – an art magazine which was awarded the prestigious “Silver Mercury Award” for it’s cover and design.
Claudio Bellari – Voglia di Mare – 40″x32″ – CP-CB012.1 – hand-finished giclee on canvas – $2,800 framed
Claudio Bellari – Naked – 40″x30″ – CP-CB011.1 – hand-finished giclee on canvas – $2,800 framed
Claudio Bellari – Il Cavlino – 40″x30″ – CP-CB009.1 – hand-finished giclee on canvas – $2,800 framed
Claudio Bellari – Scuolo de Bano – 29″x40″ – CP-CB010.1 – hand-finished giclee on canvas – $2,800 framed
Claudio Bellari – Horse – 33″x40″ – CP-CB008.1 – hand-finished giclee on paper – $2,800 framed
Claudio Bellari – Rolex IV – 41″x41″ – CP-CB007.1 – hand-finished giclee on canvas – $3,000 framed
Claudio Bellari – Rolex III – CP-CB006.1 – hand-finished giclee on canvas – $2,800 framed
Claudio Bellari – Rolex I – 40″x40″ – CP-CB003 – hand-finished print – $3,000 framed
Claudio Bellari – II Bacio – 40″x30″ – CP-CB001 – hand-finished print – $2,500 framed
Claudio Bellari – La Parodia – 30″x41″ – CP-CB002 – hand-embellished gliclée print, edition of 10 each – $2,800 framed
Claudio Bellari – That’s Life – 30″x40″ – CP-CB005 – hand-embellished print – $2,500 framed
Claudio Bellari – Rolex I – 40″x40″ – CP-CB004 – hand-finished print – $,3000 framed
Massimo Chiti – Claudia Schiffer – 24″x20″ – CP-MC005 – mixed media collage – $5,500 Framed
Massimo Chiti – Sophia Loren – 45″x39″ – CP-MC006 – mosaic glass and coloured rhinestones – $10,000
Massimo Chiti – La Sopresa – 24″x20″ – CP-MC004 – mixed media collage – $5,500 Framed
Massimo Chiti – L Eros – 40″x40″ – CP-MC001 – limited edition – $2,800 framed
Massimo Chiti – Warhol Portrait – 40″x32″ – CP-MC002 – mixed media collage with gold and silver leaf on wood – $6,500 framed
Massimo Chiti – Giorno Perfetto – 40″x32″ – CP-MC003 – mixed media – $6,950 framed
Max Jamali – Fantasy, 2023 – 60″x72″ – CP-MJ0010 – mixed media created with layers of Python, Acrylic, Resin, Diamond Dust and Crystals – $15,500
Max Jamali – Wild, 2022 – CP-MJ007 – 24k gold, acrylic, resin, diamond dust, painted python and crystals on canvas – $14,500 Framed
Max Jamali – Tease, 2022 – CP-MJ006 – 24k gold, acrylic, resin, diamond dust, painted python and crystals on canvas – $14,500 Framed
Max Jamali – Colours of Desire – 60″x50″ – CP-MJ009 – mixed media on panel – $16,000
Max Jamali – Blue Butterfly – 41″x41″ – CP-MJ001 – exclusive edition – $2,800 framed
Max Jamali – Purple Dream – 40″x30″ – CP-MJ003 -exclusive edition -$2,800 framed
Max Jamali – Purple-Love – 40″x40″ – CP-MJ004 – exclusive edition – $2,800 framed
Max Jamali – Golden Love – 40″x40″ – CP-MJ002 – exclusive edition – $2,800 framed
Max Jamali – Wild Fantasy – 40″x40″ – CP-MJ005 – exclusive edition – $2,800 framed
Celine Sana – Nostalgia Collection, Boundless Blue – 30″x24″ – CP-CS0012 – lenticular photo – $4,000 framed
Celine Sana – Boundless Blue, side-by-side
Celine Sana – Boundless Blue – 30″x24″ – CP-CS0013 – lenticular photo, diamond dust edition – $4,800 framed
Celine Sana – Les Anges Artemis in Versace – 24″x24″ – CP-CS0009 lenticular photo, diamond dust edition – $4,500 framed
Celine Sana – Les Anges Nikita in Moschino – 24″x24″ – CP-CS0008 lenticular photo, diamond dust edition – $4,500 framed
Celine Sana – Les Anges Linda in Chanel – 24″x24″ – CP-CS0007 lenticular photo, diamond dust edition – $4,500 framed
Celine Sana – Notalgia Collection Manhattan Dreams – 35″x24″ – CP-CS0010 lenticular photo – $4,000 framed
Celine Sana – Manhattan Dream – 35″x24″ – CP-CS0011 lenticular photo, diamond dust edition – $4,800 framed
Celine Sana – Smoking Gun Cecillia – 49″x49″ – CP-CS002 lenticular photo – $10,000
Celine Sana – Smoking Gun Madonna – 45″x45″ – CP-CS003 lenticular photo – $11,000 framed
Celine Sana – Smoking Gun Lucille – 45″x45″ – CP-CS004 – lenticular photo – $11,000 framed
Celine Sana – Les Anges Nikita – 45″x45″ – CP-CS005 – lenticular photo – $11,000 framed
Celine Sana – Les Anges Linda – 45″x45″ – CP-CS006 – lenticular photo – $11,000 framed
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What is Lenticular Photography?
Each lenticular art is a labour of love, requiring several months of dedication and hundreds of hours to bring to life. The creation process begins with the initial drawing, where Celine meticulously designs the artwork with intricate detail and precision. Specialized software is used to process the artwork, optimizing it for the lenticular printing technique. This step involves transforming the artwork into a format that the printer can interpret and translate into the final product. The lenticular printer, designed specifically for creating these unique artworks, takes on the task of transferring the processed artwork onto the lenticular material.
Each individual frame of the artwork is precisely aligned and printed to ensure seamless transitions and accurate representation of the desired 3D and motion effects The printing technique utilized incorporates 20 frames into each artwork to allow smooth transitions between varying perspectives. In terms of materials used, these artworks significantly stand out from others in the market due to their incorporation of high-quality elements. Particularly, the lenses, a crucial component of lenticular arts, are crafted from special glasses, a marked departure from the typical plexiglass lenses found in other works.
Celine’s lenticular art creations are an unparalleled blend of innovation, artistry, and precision, crafted over several months of unwavering dedication and hundreds of hours of meticulous work. Setting a new industry standard, we employ a specialized inkjet printing technique and high-quality special glass lenses, a significant leap from the conventional plexiglass. The result is not just an artwork, but an immersive experience of vibrant colours, unrivalled depth, and dynamic movement, each piece a masterstroke pushing the boundaries of lenticular art, unmatched in the market.
Izzy Weissgerber – Blood Diamond – 47″x43″ – CP-IW006 – mixed media on silk – $18,000
Izzy Weissgerber – Angel – 40″x24″ – CP-IW008 – original photography on acrylic – Framed
Izzy Weissgerber – Lethal Weapon – 40″x30″ – CP-IW007.1 – limited edition photography on silk – $4,000 Framed
Izzy Weissgerber – Sehnsucht – 40″x30″ – CP-IW004 – photography on silk – $4,000 framed
Izzy Weissgerber – Mother Earth – 40″x30″ – CP-IW003 – photography on silk – $4,000 framed
Izzy Weissgerber – Berghain Queen – 40″x30″ – CP-IW002 – photography on silk – $4,000 framed
Izzy Weissgerber – Luna – 40″x38″ – CP-IW005 – photography on silk – $4,000 framed
Izzy Weissgerber – Astrea – 30″x40″ – CP-IW001 – photography on silk – $4,000 framed