Dreamland: A Virtual Art Exhibit with 35 International Women Artists Guest Curated by Ekaterinas Popova

Exhibiting Artists

Elyse Jokenin | Paula Camacho | Collen Smith | Sydney Herndon | Lisa Britton |

Kim Tateo | Bree Smith | Cathy Stanfield  | Gitte Cleo | Ginnie Baer |

Kathleen steegmans | Samantha Reynolds | Leah Guzman | Archana Manavalan

| Patricia Christakos  | Sara Glupker  |

Emily Sunez | Julia Hacker | Shelah Horvitz  | Jenny Robinson | Lauren Dana Smith

Donna Stubbs | Volta Voloshin-Smith | Billie Rae |

Cara Croke | Emilia Cantor | Anthea Ben Naim | Joanna Pilarczyk Radecka |

Anastasia Linn | Rosanna Burford | Naomi Thornton |

| Yijun Ge | Jessica Libor

Special Mention

Rose Silberman- Gorn | Brittany Lampe | Tara Gillispie | Tina Rawson | Rosalyn Ng |

Nicki Ault | Rebecca Youssef | Alison Moyers  | Sara Luna | Dorsa Ahari |

Campbell Mclean | Christa Capua | Lily Reid |

Cara Croke | Emilia Cantor | Anthea Ben Naim | Joanna Pilarczyk Radecka |

Anastasia Linn | Rosanna Burford | Naomi Thornton |

| Yijun Ge | Jessica Libor


Exhibition Essay

As we are constantly swinging between our multiple realities, there lies a sweet spot which
we leave to our imagination. For some, this is filled by magic moments of their fantasies, and
for others, there is an intense desire. In this liminal space, lies your dreamland. Full of your
happy memories, or beautiful things that you envision for yourself.

These can be inspired by
the fairytales you read as a little girl, or an alternate reality you live in. Art is the purest
medium to showcase their dreamland through the array of colors, textures and layers of your
own dreamland. We hope to create this ultimate fantasy world with artists in this Online

Curator’s Note

I am so excited to present this amazing group of international artists who have interpreted this into their own way. I was looking for artists who used different mediums, who may also come from different places in the world, to create an inclusive and diverse depiction of what dreamland means to each of us.

Dreamland can be a place we can escape to through our imagination or storytelling or history or even art.
Dreamland can also be something we are living in and we are respecting the things are already in our life.
The artists in this show create dreamland some using fanntasy and some by appreciatng what they are currently living in.

I wanted to share both the perspectives. And celebrate how dreaming can keep us all going in adversity and in joy.
And, some artists have touched pain and some focused on beauty.
There are colours, textures, stories.
And, celebrate all of us together.

  • Ekaterinas Popova, Artist, Curator & Founder of Create! Magazine 

Editor’s Note

A big thank you for the support we have received so far.
I am truly grateful to my beautiful community for making what Arts To Hearts is today.
If you like this exhibit and what we do please don’t forget to share this and help us spread the word.
It will truly mean a lot to us and help us reach a wider audience.
Until, we meet again.
Sending my best to you always x

  • Charuka Arora, Founder Arts To Hearts Project

Welcome to DREAMLAND!

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Charuka Arora

Charuka Arora is a creator at heart. An Artists, designer, podcaster & founder of Arts To Hearts Project. She is Internationally recognised artist
 known for her hand crafted Indian embellished collages & paintings.
Her work has been featured in several international worldwide blogs and publications, including create magazine, candy floss magazine, Fad magazine, The Jealous Curator, visionary art collective, art mums united, Indian artists book of colour to name a few.

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