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Arts to Hearts Project Announces “ATH Magazine Issue 5 Selected Artists”

We are delighted to announce that the highly anticipated fifth issue of ATH Magazine is on its way!

First and foremost, we would like to extend our heartfelt gratitude to all the talented artists who took part in this call. Your exceptional passion, creativity, and love for art have truly left us in awe. Thank you for sharing your incredible work with us.

Now, it is with great excitement that we reveal the names of the artists whose exceptional talent, creativity, and originality have earned them a place in this upcoming issue. We cannot wait to showcase their remarkable pieces to our readers. Stay tuned for more updates!

Cash Prize Winner of ATH Magazine Issue 5

We are pleased to announce the Cash Prize winner of ATH Magazine 5 Issue is Cristina Salas.

Cristina Salas:

ART STATEMENT

I am a mixed media artist, working with drawing, fibers, mosaics, ceramics, paint, found objects, the possibilities are endless. The medium varies depending on how best to tell a story and create characters that allow the work to inhabit a space. Although my process is intuitive, and free-flowing I incorporate an intentional design philosophy that defines a sense of place. Symbolism reveals a spiritual relationship with the natural environment connecting people to each other and connecting humans to plants, trees and animals. I am often working in a public place, interacting with the built environment or interior architecture. I see myself as a place-maker with a responsibility to the people and communities who are connected to a place. The work is inherently generous meant to give the viewer a joyful experience.

BIO

I am originally from Quito, Ecuador, B. 1985. I studied fine art at the Accademia delle Belle Arti di Firenze, Italy from 2004-2007 before moving to Paris for one year to study drawing at Ateliers Beaux Arts, Glacière, France. I hold a masters in Art Production from Universidad Politècnica de Valencia, Spain 2010. I moved back to Quito and started wo

Curated Selection of ATH Magazine  issue 5

Alisa Teletovic

Alisa Teletovic was born in Bosnia Herzegovina in 1974. Fleeing the war, she moved to Australia where she completed Bachelor of Fine Arts and Advanced Diploma in Electronic design and Interactive media at RMIT, Melbourne.

Allison Moyers

Allison Moyers was born in 1989 in Abilene, Texas. As a child, she often entertained herself by sketching people and copying images that intrigued her. She was greatly influenced by her grandmother who is an oil painter and her mother who introduced her to the magic of old films. She took art in high school and continued her pursuit of the arts into university. In 2010 she spent a semester abroad in Verviers, Belgium where she studied art history and language arts.

Alyson Petruncio

After a couple years of drawing commission portraits for friends and acquaintances (2018-2020), I developed a slight aversion to drawing, associating it with social performance and restriction to realism. Transitioning away from commission art gave me the challenging opportunity to discover my own art style, allowing my imagination and experience with mental illness to take a front seat in artistic decision-making.

Andrea Castaneda

Andrea was born in Tegucigalpa, Honduras and her beginnings as an artist were from a very young age. She always had colored pencils and drawing paper by her side. She made her very first mural at the age of 13 for the Royal Kids of America San Pedro Sula School and her first job as an illustrator in Calderon Publicidad company. However, there were some bumps along the road, when she started high school she became the subject of bullying, but she used this negative energy to help grow her talent. When her classmates bothered her, she took refuge in her drawings.

Ann Mechelinck

I am extremely grateful for these years as they allowed me to finally figure out what I wanted and needed to do in my life: to make, to create. I worked really hard for this and the fact that it came to me quite late in life – I was 51 – made me treasure the past and present and embrace the future.

In 2017 I continued my creative journey by becoming a self-employed artist. Since then, my work has been exhibited in Ireland and abroad as far as Ukraine and Japan.

Brady Sloane-Duncan

Brady Sloane-Duncan is an oil painter based in Texas, who uses self-portraiture to explore universal themes of contemporary existence through a deeply personal lens informed by her West Texas Plains heritage. The elaborate process of her artistic practice is a conceptual act of self-reflection that affords the artist space to work through life experiences and build resilience.

Cagla Toprak Attia

I started out as a fashion designer in my hometown of Istanbul, and after nine years craved a break from the fast pace and long nights. Swapping one metropolis for another, I found a home in Brooklyn in 2019, where I was curious to try a ceramics class. From the first moment working with clay, I knew it would become a permanent fixture in my life. Converting a corner of the apartment into a “Tiny Studio”, I found solace at the pottery wheel, every day happily discovering a liberty this art form provided. What started as a hobby quickly developed into something more as I found creative freedom and felt compelled to pursue ceramics full time. ‘Dear You’ was founded during the pandemic when I discovered that people appreciated and wanted to buy my porcelain pieces. Today I am the sole mind, hands and heart behind ‘Dear You’.

Christine Nightingale

Born into a family of artists in Santiago de Chile, Christine was marked from a young age by a strong artistic vocation. She initiated her art career professionally when she turned 30, after moving back to her country of origin. She lived in Brazil for almost 10 years, where she completed her Bachelor Degree of Design, but art has always been her true passion. Currently located in Boca Raton, Florida, Nightingale is a professional mixed media artist who mainly paints colorful acrylics and oils that portray themes of human connection with one another, nature and their higher selves. Her work is influenced by vintage photography, ancient art and different art movements like Surrealism, Post-impressionism and Symbolism. She has participated in art shows in Chile, Brazil, the U.S, Italy and Spain.

Cristina Salas

I am a mixed media artist,

working with drawing, fibers, mosaics, ceramics, paint, found objects,

the possibilities are endless.

Daniella Queirolo

Born in Lima, Peru, Daniella relocated to the United States in her early twenties and achieved summa cum laude honors at The Tyler School of Art in Temple University, Philadelphia. Her subsequent extensive travels across Europe, Asia, and Latin America, coupled with residencies in Buenos Aires, Lisbon, New York, and London, profoundly shaped her artistry. This diverse exposure influenced her multifaceted style, reflecting her deep passion for various art forms, including performance, music, dance, and architecture.

Daniella’s work has graced numerous publications, and she claimed the “Best Overseas Painter Prize” at the United Kingdom’s WOMEN IN ARTS PRIZE in 2021 (formerly the Holly Bush Painting Prize).

Dimelza Broche

I am a Cuban-American artist residing in Jacksonville, Florida. I have a bachelor’s degree from the University of North Florida and a Master’s degree from the University of Georgia. I have exhibited my work at Manifest Gallery, Marcia Wood Gallery, Era Contemporary Gallery, The Cummer Museum of Arts & Gardens, the S. Dillon Ripley Center, Washington, DC, and most recently at MOCA in Jacksonville, Fl.In 2011 I was the Grand Prize recipient of Momentum: a National Juried Exhibit for Emerging Artists with Disabilities, and a recipient of  The Willson Center Graduate Research Award in 2019.

Elisabeth Handelsby

Elisabeth Handelsby (b.1982) grew up on an island on the southeast coast of Norway. The closeness to nature and the ocean which she grew up with is something that is still reflected in her work. Always drawing and painting as a child, she later went on to study at the Norwegian School of Creative Studies, and Oslo and Akershus University College.

Freeda Kingelin

In 2023 I enrolled in a Mastery of Fine Arts Programme based in the US. I will always continue to want to learn important disciplines in painting and drawing, to understand the properties and processes of different medias and to experiment and integrate them in my work. I am curious by nature, so studying is a way for me to keep challenging myself and moving forward.

Hana Sebelova

As a portrait painter, I’ve had the pleasure of working with a diverse group of clients, from individuals commissioning portraits to bars and restaurants for live painting events. I’ve also had the opportunity to collaborate with the music event creators “All my friends” on some exciting projects.

Hannaleah Ledwell

Hannaleah Ledwell (b.1991) is a multidisciplinary artist born and based in Tiohtià:ke/ Mooniyang/ Montreal. Her current work focuses on the relationship between physicality, memories and painting. She examines notions of intimacy, interiority and the representation of the female body through the female gaze. She studied at the University of Lapland, Finland and Concordia University, Montreal from which she graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in 2017.

Hari Lualhati

Hari Lualhati is a full-time artist who is permanently based in Cape Town, South Africa. She prefers her latest artworks to be called as “SOULWORKS” because they are a direct connection to her soul. Her figurative subject being accompanied by animals and nature shows that we are all connected. Hari’s soulworks harmoniously combine impressive realism with fine details, amazing expressionism with her techniques and symbolism that unfolds a story behind elements used. Her soulworks are mirrors of golden life lessons, Aha Moments and realizations that the artist aims to preserve and share to others. These soulworks are not only a delight to the eyes, their messages immediately connects to the heart and leaves an unforgettable experience.

Heather Heitzenrater

Heather Heitzenrater was born in 1992 and grew up in Punxsutawney, PA.
She now lives with her husband and their two cats in Pittsburgh, PA. Heather received her BFA in Painting and Drawing from Edinboro University of Pennsylvania in 2015. Her work has been shown Nationally including Erie Art Museum, Westmoreland Museum of American Art, and Baton Rouge Gallery. She has been published in Poet Artist Magazine, Pikchur Magazine and featured in Minus 37, Create! and Beautiful Bizarre blog. Heather has won awards, given artist talks, curated and juried local art shows.  In addition, she is as an active member of The Associated Artists of Pittsburgh. Along with showing her work, Heather instructs figurative workshops at Pittsburgh Center of the Arts and is a Scenic Artist for ScareHouse.  Heather and her husband, Christopher Boring, share a
space at the Radiant Hall Susquehanna location.

Heather Martindale

Idaho based artist, Heather Martindale, has been working in oil paint for over 10 years.  She blends her love for old master paintings of drapery and mystery, with her personal, emotional connection to the symbolism of fabric.  She really found herself as an artist while creating her culminating exhibition to complete her Bachelor of Fine Arts degree.  She was introduced to the iconic dancer, Martha Graham, and her performance ‘Lamentation’.  This was a big inspiration to Heather’s Show titled ‘Incandescent’.  The show was so well received by the art community and faculty that  each piece was sold by the end of the one week exhibition.

Heidi Brueckner

Heidi Brueckner is a Professor of Art at West Valley College in Saratoga, California where she has taught painting, drawing, and design for over 20 years.

A native Californian, Brueckner studied at the University of Heidelberg and The Goethe Institute in Germany in the late 1980s. During this pivotal year, she was able to visit the major museums of Europe and found herself heavily influenced artistically by 20th century German art.

Brueckner received a BA in Fine Art and a BA in Art History from University of California, Santa Cruz in 1991. She received an MFA in Painting from University of Kansas in 1997.

Holly Cerna

Holly Cerna (b. 1998 TX) is an Austin- based artist and painter who holds a BFA in painting from Maryland Institute College of Art (2020). Her oil and acrylic paintings explore how color relates to emotion, and light as a representation of the soul or consciousness. She became a member of Contra/Common, an emerging artist nonprofit organization, in November 2021. Recent publications include Issue #150 of New American Paintings and Voyage Austin Magazine.

Kate Chassner

Kate Chassner is a mixed media artist using found images and home photos to create collages based in Asheville, North Carolina. She is an elementary and middle school art teacher and strives to have an open, experimental classroom that provides space for students of all ages to push their boundaries and uplift their creative energy. She attended Florida State University where she earned her BA in Art History in 2007. After spending a few years in New Orleans she moved to the Blue Ridge Mountains, started a family and received her MFA at Western Carolina University in 2022. Kate has won grants and scholarships for her art, including the chance to attend Penland School of Craft, and has shown in galleries across the Southeast. Her current work is an exploration of the use of collage to portray memories as a way of connecting narratives and overlapping stories. She is curious about how uncanny shared experiences can act as a means to create connections and offer space for reflection.
 

Teodora Stojanović

Teodora Stojanovic was born in Belgrade, father of the Greek and mother Serbian. Living in a community of separated parents, with her mother who never gave her love, and the grandmother she had experienced as the only protection and support she had not had the happiest childhood. Theodore has experienced the world as a cruel place in which to fight constantly and where there is no place for total happiness. Happiness is in moment, a ray of light in the darkness. As a result, Theodore fled to another world, a painting world that aroused imagination and where she found peace. She would often watch the pictures of Giorgio de Chirico who woke her up. Mystical places at the same time cold waved some sense of intimacy, but also mild imagination.

Corinne Forrester

Just an artist obsessed with seeing the beauty and beautiful ugly of life. Born and raised in  Daytona Beach, Florida, please do not hold that against me lol.  I have a penchant for acrylic painting, figurative art, Blackness, underdog advocacy, existentialism, nerd behaviors, and passion projects. If I’m not creating, I’m not breathing. Simple as that.

Kathrin Kolbow

In Kathrin Kolbow’s artistic works you often find yourself in the gray areas of human existence and the strange worlds of fantasy. The photographic focus here is on the subliminal conveyance of information and feeling. In this way, far from commercial influences, the photographer creates visual worlds whose themes often deal with things for which there are rarely the right words.

Katy Williamson

KATE T. WILLIAMSON is a New York–based writer, illustrator, and sock designer. She is the author and illustrator of A Year in Japan and At a Crossroads: Between a Rock and My Parents’ Place.

Latika Sridhar


Latika Sridhar is a painter based in Brooklyn, NY.Working primarily in oil paint, Latika uses vibrant color and expressive mark making to create high-contrast expressionist pieces. Her work often combines representational imagery with surreal or abstract elements. While Latika paints all kinds of subjects, she is especially fascinated by the many dimensions of the human face. She loves portraiture because it is a deeply contemplative exercise for her; through the process of studying someone’s face, she unlocks new ways of understanding and expressing herself.

Luz Angela Medina

I was born in the late 50s, my childhood and adolescence were marked by all the social movements of the 60s, hippies, rock and roll, Woodstock. I grew up influenced by everything that was happening in the world and in the country, which was upheaval, violence and against currents of the world that spoke of peace and making love and not war, Colombian art took a turn thanks to Marta Traba (Argentine resident in Colombia), a program that I did not miss despite being just a girl.

After spending a short time at the university in a career that had nothing to do with art, I got married and after having 2 children I went to the National University of Bogotá to study Fine Arts, there I ended up specializing in ceramics.

Marina Schulze

Born in Delmenhorst, Germany, in 1973, I began my artistic journey with an education in window dressing from 1991 to 1994. Subsequently, I delved into the realm of Fine Art at College Ottersberg, Germany, from 1996 to 1998. Continuing my artistic pursuits, I enrolled in the University of the Arts Bremen, studying under the guidance of Karin Kneffel and Katharina Grosse from 1999 to 2004. In 2003, I expanded my horizons with a Fine Art course at the Iceland Academy of the Arts. Building on my academic foundation, I joined the Masterclass of Karin Kneffel at the University of the Arts Bremen from 2004 to 2005. The year 2006 marked a significant chapter with a work stay in New York, USA. In 2017, I took on the role of Deputy Professor at Hochschule für Künste im Sozialen, Ottersberg, contributing to the artistic and educational landscape.

Megan King

I am a Washington, DC-based, mixed-media artist.

I use traditional encaustic (wax painting) methods combined with found objects, both manmade and from nature in my work.

I believe the connection between our physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual selves can often be found in the things we overlook and discard. They are like keys or missing puzzle pieces. Art makes them, and us, whole.

Molly Shivers

In 2019, I showcased my artistic endeavors at various notable events, including the Art Walk at Oak Cliff Assembly in Dallas, TX, the Art Expo New York at Pier 92 in New York, NY, and the Chocolate and Art Show at Lofty Spaces in Dallas, TX. Additionally, I participated in group exhibitions at Gallery 001 (Untitled Collective) and Community Beer Company for the Conception Art Show, both in Dallas, TX, and Gallery 3 for the Ladies N Art Show.

In October and November 2022, I had the privilege of being the Artist in Residence at Chateau Orquevaux in Orquevaux, France, offering a unique opportunity to immerse myself in a rich artistic environment. Earlier, from August 2018 to February 2019, I gained valuable experience as a Gallery Assistant Intern at Ro2 Art in Dallas, TX, contributing to the vibrant art scene in the city.

Omma Moon

Classically trained in the atelier school tradition, Omma Moon explores the meeting between figurative realist oil painting and loose abstraction, using old materials and techniques in her timeless portraits.

Born in 1995, she grew up in Sweden, Ghana, and the United States, working in Australia and Ireland before returning to Sweden to begin her formal artistic training. Her artworks can be found in private collections.

Rachel Bensimon

Rachel Bensimon, a native of Toronto, embarked on a journey to New York City to pursue her passion for art. She dedicated a decade of her life to honing her skills at The Arts Students League, immersing herself in the vibrant artistic community. Her thirst for knowledge led her to complete her MFA at The New York Academy of Art.

From an early age, Rachel found solace in sketching portraits of girls, a creative outlet that fueled her artistic pursuits. With a psychological orientation, she delves into the essence of things, aiming to capture the deeper layers of the human experience. Her artistic exploration extends to spirituality, consciousness, and the interconnectedness of all beings, adopting a non-dualistic perspective.

Rachel’s background as a makeup artist in the fashion industry, along with her time spent in Paris working with models for prestigious fashion magazines and top photographers, has greatly influenced her aesthetic sensibility. Additionally, she has invested considerable time studying and replicating old master paintings at the Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Sally Khoury

Emulating the contemporary woman in all her beauty, power and diversity is what inspires me.​

Her eyes are covered, immersed in blooming florals that wrap around, trailing and extending beyond the canvas. The flora crowns are a combination of large blooming florals and small wildflowers, emphasizing natures’ mystic and whimsical awe.

The integration of women and florals speaks to our intimate connection with nature and the power they both hold, individually and together. Weaving nature and woman creates a dual force that elevates and supports their importance. I would hope that it is empowering to all women, whoever they are and wherever they are, to feel as though they are part of a revolutionary force connecting us all to our shared past, present, and future.

I hope my work empowers you to see your own strength and beauty within.

Sheri Rush

Sheri Rush (b.1959, Fort Worth, Texas) is a Chicago based painter whose practice includes ceramic sculpture responding to the current world by considering the intersection of identity, landscape, and recollection. Rush’s work is process-driven and is equally about the tensions between abstraction and representation and a reflection on the restorative power of the natural world.

Rush holds a BFA from Texas Christian University and a MFA from the University of Chicago.

Recent exhibitions include the Rockford Art Museum, Freeport Art Museum, Ralph Arnold Gallery, The Art Center Highland Park, Arc Gallery, Hofheimer Gallery, Mu Gallery, James Baird Gallery in Newfoundland, and, solo shows at Hyde Park Art Center, Evanston Art Center and Epiphany Center for the Arts. Recent awards include a fully funded residency to the Pouch Cove Foundation in Newfoundland and an Illinois Art Council Agency Grant.

Sofía Ruiz

I am a Latin American artist from Costa Rica. I started drawing when I was 5 years old because my father gave me some small notebooks to keep me occupied while my mom was in the  hospital. However, it wasn’t until I was 16 that I bought tattoo magazines to try creating some  designs. That was the moment when I discovered my ability to draw and found it came easily  to me. After that, I began learning more and started painting with oils. I also took art classes. At  some point while studying Chemical Engineering and Philosophy, I decided that I wanted and  needed to follow an artistic path. So, I changed my career direction and enrolled in the School  of Fine Arts in CR. After a few years, I specialized in Painting and Printmaking.

People’s Selection

Cristina Salas

I am originally from Quito, Ecuador, B. 1985. I studied fine art at the Accademia delle Belle Arti di Firenze, Italy from 2004-2007 before moving to Paris for one year to study drawing at Ateliers Beaux Arts, Glacière, France. I hold a masters in Art Production from Universidad Politècnica de Valencia, Spain 2010. I moved back to Quito and started wo

Timka Szőke

Timka Szőke is a Hungarian visual artist who lives and works in Budapest. Her works are figurative, realistic, and by her own admission, pop surrealist style images. She likes to combine different art styles in her paintings, which she reimagines and creates according to her particular world. Her art was influenced by the Renaissance, Baroque, Art Nouveau and Pop Art styles, as well as the colorful illustrations of classic vintage storybooks. Education 2002-2007 Secondary School of Visual Arts, Sculpture 2007-2009 Simultaneous Fine Arts School, Stained glass design, Tiffany glass design, Enamel design 2009-2013 Budapest Metropolitan University’s Art faculty, Graphic design

Marryam Moma

Tanzanian-Nigerian collage artist Marryam Moma tells vivid stories by blending repurposed archival paper, mixed media and paints to create multidimensional imagery. Like her art, Marryam’s background is multilayered – a formally trained architect, Marryam grew up in a family of creatives. Semi-autobiographical and highly intersectional, her work illustrates Black joy and challenges how the Black body is perceived.

Phuong Truong

Born in 1991 in Vietnam, after graduating in architecture and working as an architect for 4 years, in 2019 I decided to go to France to further my studies at Paris 1 University, specializing in fine arts – plastic art, with the aspiration of becoming an artist.

I began practicing art in 2021, experimenting with various materials. However, this work is not particularly vibrant and does not have a long-term nature. I’ve been seriously painting since 2023 and I’m immersed in my love of oil painting, so my practice is mainly this medium ( oil ) on canvas.

I would like to seek the balance, the freedom, and the meditation in every landscape and image I used to draw. I also have questions about the beginning and the end of the world, as well as the systematically occurring randomness in my life. I want to break the boundaries between reality and dreams by creating fictional landscapes from the intertwined fragments of memories within me. Each piece contains a story, questions about space, time, and the origin of humanity.

Maribel Martin

Maribel Martín (Frigiliana,Málaga, Spain, 1970). The central essence of her work lies in portraiture and the female figure. Through her artwork, Maribel pays tribute to women, capturing with her brushes the dualities that reside within women in general and within herself in particular. This exploration delves into moods, personalities and everyday moments, reflecting the passion and melancholy that intertwine in our lives. Her work was selected in the 2022 International ModPortrait Competition for the ModPortrait Special Edition 2022 Catalogue and for the LEONARDO Art Guide 2023. Maribel Martín has exhibited her work in collective and solo exhibitions and permanently showcases her art at her AmArte gallery in Frigiliana(Málaga, Spain). She is the co-creator, artistic director, and organizer of the Frigiliana Art Route, which, by 2023, has already reached its seventh edition.

Lorena Frías

Lorena Frías b. 1996 is an artist and architect from Mexico. She obtained an Architecture degree from Tecnológico de Monterrey and is primarily a self taught painter. She has taken workshops in classical drawing and painting technique with some of today’s top representational figures such as: The Florence Academy of Art and Nick Alm. Her work, consisting in pencil/charcoal drawings and oil paintings, falls into the realm of the figurative and portrays contemporary scenes combined with a classical influence. Her paintings can be found in private collections in places such as New York City, Mexico City, and New Mexico, amongst others.

Yooyeon Nam

Yooyeon Nam, based in Brooklyn, NY, and Seoul, South Korea, earned a BFA from Pratt Institute. As a colorist painter, she expresses her belief in limited mutual understanding shapes her appreciation for the unique facets of human experience. Solo exhibitions like “Perfect Kidnapping” and “Kidnapped” showcase her distinctive perspective, while group exhibitions in New York City, and Seoul underline her growing influence. Winning the first grand prize from Arthouse.Z Art Prize solidifies her impact. In ‘Kidnapped’ series, Nam introduces round-faced, nose-less characters, imbuing the paintings with an uncanny charm that adds depth to the exploration of a strange world. Her vivid color palette evokes eerie discomfort, emphasizing the paradoxical gravity of the narratives. Nam, painting from imagination, allows her characters to guide both her and viewers into new realms, sparking the age-old question: is the artist a summoner of an existing hidden world or the creator of a new universe?

Una Gonzalez

I, Una (1995), am a border woman, a native of what I affectionately refer to as “the crack”, Tijuana and San Diego.  My work is an effort of finding a pulse. My practice is grounded in the study of chaos and a profound exploration of the laws that govern not only the human body but all living entities. I register observations regarding corporal dissonance, perpetually seeking solutions for it through never-ending bodies. As a self-taught artist, I primarily speak through visual arts, writing, performance, and sculpture.  I believe life is found in the delicate intersection between an expansion and a contraction, and it is within this intersection that I am inspired and choose to create, embracing the inherent chaos that surrounds and inhabits the borders, allowing it to influence my work. Inevitably, my elements are a reflection of Nature Leaving Its Nature Because Of Its Nature, and I do hold the belief that everything in existence can be distilled into a simple duality: a sphere and a line, a profound mantra that echoes throughout my work—a sphere and a line, a sphere and a line and a sphere and a line.

Hari Lualhati

Hari Lualhati, an accomplished full-time artist based in Cape Town, South Africa, deeply connects with her recent creations, referring to them as “SOULWORKS.” Born on February 12, 1985, Hari’s artistic journey started early, leading her to win the “Artist of the Year” title in high school and graduate with honors in Fine Arts from the University of the Philippines in 2006. Her career has spanned various roles, excelling as a graphic artist, product designer, illustrator, and painter across international settings. Her artistry has garnered acclaim in numerous International Art Competitions, earning features in art publications and exhibitions globally. Hari’s “SOULWORKS” encapsulate profound life lessons and personal realizations, aiming to communicate these shared experiences through interconnected themes in her art. Her artistic style harmoniously blends realism, expressionism, and symbolism, often intertwining human figures with elements of nature and animals to highlight our innate interconnectedness. Hari’s ethos revolves around painting from the heart, intending to evoke emotions and convey clear messages that resonate with viewers worldwide.

Shweta choudhari

Hi, I am an artist from India. I have worked as an animator and a texture artist in a company called Crest. I have worked on animations for shows like Bratz , Jakers. I took a sabbatical to take care of my kids. For the past 3 and a half years I have been sketching and painting. Art has become an integral part of who I am.

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