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Artists | ArtLife World Gallery

ArtLife World Gallery is an online venue dedicated to the evolution of art and artists around the world. Established in 2023, collectors and enthusiasts find the gallery an ideal destination to explore contemporary works. 

Founder, KD Sadler introduces ArtLife World Gallery as a trusted source for discovering and acquiring beautiful and meaningful art


ARTISTS

James G. Fischetti

A solitary artist and musician working in mixed media with an emphasis on painting. Fischetti continually challenges himself and his audience by creating and recreating strategies for the evolution of his work. He has lived and worked in New York for 25 years. The paintings, photographs, and collages shown in this collection are the result of dreams and experiences originating from a series of trips to Haiti, starting in 2009. 


Lois Siegel

Siegel is a filmmaker, writer, photographer, professor, and musician living in Ottawa, Canada. Siegel is known for her portrait commissions and candid photographs made at film festivals and music events over the years.


Samantha Silver

Silver was born and raised in Brooklyn, New York. She says she can’t remember any time in her childhood when she wasn’t enrolled in a school or neighborhood art class. This first collection of her work with the gallery presents elements that fascinate and inform the artist and her sculptural designs-- from carved scrolls and floral motifs to traditional western engravings. Some of her original pieces are showing in her studio collection which includes work with precious stones, vintage elements, 18k Gold, and Sterling Silver. The gallery is presenting Silver's first-ever printed works in square format on fine art paper, canvas, and metal.

CIRO

The artist CIRO with a focus in photography and music, explores the world of raw crystals creating light in forms that may be experienced as both photography and painting. CIRO experiments with deconstructing the elements and layers using digital cameras, rocks, glass, refractors, found objects, masks, kaleidoscopes, printers, and sound to sculpt light and dark spaces. Viewers are invited to engage with the immersive realm of the artworks and create their own narratives.


Marsha Hatcher 

South Georgia-born artist, Marsha Hatcher lives and works in Jacksonville, Florida. For the past 30 years, as a military wife, Hatcher has traveled the world, creating a body of work inspired by her observations, experiences, and memories of living with diverse cultures and people. Hatcher continues to evolve her work and enjoys the structure and challenge of formal art competitions. She has won numerous awards using experimental techniques and color to render artworks that surprise and captivate her audience and many collectors. In our first collection of her work, Hatcher is showing original works and prints on canvas, paper, wood, and board. 


Amalia Brujis

Miami-based painter Amalia Brujis exhibits original works in oil and acrylic. "Since childhood, I've been enthralled by painting people. Initially, I painted these figures walking or running toward the horizon, blending into the sand and sea colors. Inspired by the deserts and ocean near Lima, Peru, my hometown, these landscapes evoked a sense of loneliness and nostalgia. 

Now, the complexities of human interaction in Miami, New York, London, and Tel Aviv have become my new inspiration. I capture images in streets, museums, and train stations, and paint people in urban areas without architecture. I aim to convey a sensation of outer space and solitude. 

My current work, "walkers," reflects the dialogue between childhood memories and my evolving painting style. Descending from European immigrants, I see how these characters fade into the distance, just like memories of departed loved ones. As an immigrant with children worldwide, these people in streets, airports, and train stations are part of me. They represent the information in my genes and I aim to create depth, immersing the viewer in my paintings. 

The people I paint have a place in my universe. They come and go, with some in a hurry, while others seem lost or lonely. Each person has their own story. Amidst the multitude, there is both loneliness and a shared destiny, as humanity moves toward the same place".


Body Mind Art Collection

This collection of artists is dedicated to developing and supporting the work of contemporary visual voices. ArtLife World Gallery will present a range of artwork by the artists in this collection to be found on pages throughout the site. 



 
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