Virtual Exhibition, Mustafa Cevat Atalay “Inscriptions, ICON”.
Pinelo Art Gallery, April 2020. The Artist enters into a dialogue with his dream in his works; creates and deforms the form in this way; then the female body undergoes deformations and eventually enters the composition field as a reminder symbol. Mustafa Cevat Atalay paintings are like poetry. These works with the effects of calligraphy have an aesthetic appearance. Cem Aggelos Ustuner
Virtual Exhibition, Melihat Tüzün “Take a Breath”. Pinelo Art Gallery, April 2020 In artist works; It is seen that it mirrors human interaction with nature and focuses increasingly on ‘environmental’ problems, examines our relationship with nature and invites them to self-criticize in this regard. The number of people affected by the corona virus that had to struggle in which the world and Turkey and is growing with each passing day. In this exhibition, the artist draws attention to the importance of breathing and breathing fresh air. The artist invites you to “Breathe Deep” by looking at the nature landscape paintings he made recently. Cem Aggelos Ustuner
Cihan Çelik “Long Distance, Relation-Ship” Virtual Exhibition. Pinelo Art Gallery, April 2020. T
here are forced breakups, unreal. There are distant love, multiplying as we share. Of course, our best days have not happened yet, our love to multiply when combined with art… Cihan Celik; on these pandemic days, where there are forced separate falls, ‘Long Distance Relations’ themed work offers a contribution from its own window, reproduces love.
Ayhan Çetin “Acrophobia” Virtual Exhibition. Pinelo Art Gallery, April 2020.
Fear of Heights (acrophobia) is a state of fear of situations such as going to high places, looking, being found and the person who lives it can’t ride airplanes, mountains, high apartments, ferries wheels, cable cars, and so on. Fear of heights is often known as fear of falling or uneasy with space. But that’s not exactly the case. This is essentially a balance problem. The balance of man is determined by several elements. Watch, touch and hear. During the usual movements, all these elements intersect. But in an unusual move, information sent to the brain by different nerves in relation to this movement creates contradiction. The brain has a hard time interpreting them. The brain gets confused. That’s when one stops in a very high place, and this kind of confusion occurs. The down-facing eye cannot determine the distance of the earth and send precise information to the brain. However, the feet are standing on something hard, so it gives the message that “I’m touching the ground.” This two different information creates a contradiction in the brain, and the brain cannot clarify the position of the body. Ayhan Cetin’s paintings are perceived as a similar situation. The lines resembling the coordinates that travel between the buildings, airplanes and images in the picture, and the object overlooking them create an intermediate gap between the eye facing. These are obscure images that run away when you want to touch it, and when you look at it, it takes you away from yourself. It is a distance problem. The depiction, which has already been pushed away, invites the viewer to stand somewhere away from the canvas surface.
LOCKDOWN FROM JAPAN, Virtual Group Exhibition. April 2020.
Presented Artists; Naoyuki Shiina, Renge, Kiyomi Tachibana, Sayaka Yamaguchi. This Exhibition sponsored by Jynten Art Association. Pinelo Art Gallery grateful to Representative Akira Shirato, Collabrator Naoyuki Shiina. It is likely you’re unable to venture out to visit exhibitions, certainly in the immediate future, and probably beyond. Looking at inspiring and original art in the galleries of the world is something we have all become accustomed to and take for granted. Fortunately, the internet is always open and here in Pinelo Art Gallery virtual exhibitions remain accessible. You can visit exhibitions of artists from all around the world, anytime you like. Now, more than ever, your support for the artists is necessary. Without them, your ability to see and collect art would be vastly different. Continue to indulge your passion for art and pay them a virtual visit. Step inside and take a look around.
Naoyuki Shiina 直行 椎名, “Impulsive Color”. Pinelo Art Gallery, April 2020.
For Naoyuki, we can say that he plays with colors. It makes the audience feel differentby, making the colors and shapes impressively compatible with each other. Circular and linear shapes form the basic element of his works. They’re ready for the journey between dreams and reality. Cem Aggelos Ustuner
Kiyomi Tachibana 清美 立花, “Fragrance”, Virtual Exhibition, Pinelo Art Gallery, April 2020
Kiyomi is an exuberant artist. The depth of expression in abstract work impresses the audience. The artist’s tranquil presentation stands out in colors and patterns. A journey from colors to storytelling. Cem Aggelos Ustuner
Sayaka YAMAGUCHI 紗也加 山口, Religion & Imagination, Virtual Exhibition, Pinelo Art Gallery, April 2020.
Sayaka is a resourceful artist in transferring the new generation of Japanese Art to his work. She turns her narrations into colors with childish and fairytale emotions. As a result, the colors and expressions we come across. Cem Aggelos Ustuner
RENGE 蓮花 “graceful, quiet, lovely world”, Virtual Exhibition, Pinelo Art Gallery, April 2020.
The Artist’s preferences are cities, streets, landscapes, and sometimes still life. Artist increased the light and shade effect by choosing dark colors in works. The paintings take you on a journey between the city and natural life. Cem Aggelos Ustuner
Spica SUZUKI, Virtual Exhibition, Pinelo Art Gallery, April 2020
The artist prefers colors and abstract uses in blue and purple tones. Artist is very successful to drawings on Bible and other materials. The reflection of light between the color is very successful. Harmony of integrity and colors. Cem Aggelos Ustuner
Hoshiwowa YUMEKA, Virtual Exhibition, Pinelo Art Gallery, April 2020 The artist used girls’ figures, wings and butterfly and star figures in paintings. The emotional characteristics of the figures in their drawings have been highlighted. The paintins are full of energy, witty and the colors are very vivid. Cem Aggelos Ustuner
Nana MIYATA, Virtual Exhibition, Pinelo Art Gallery, April 2020 Nana prefers to use figures of girls, babies, rainbows and stars in her paintings. She mostly paints with purple and red colors. She uses figures freely in composition. Color stains, thick lines are being used by Artist in a very successful way. Cem Aggelos Ustuner
TSUPOTANNU, Virtual Exhibition, Pinelo Art Gallery, April 2020
Artist draws girls figures and their joys in paintings with hot colors predominantly. Paintings have thick lines and cheerful and happy witty figures. Cem Aggelos Ustuner
70m (naomi), Virtual Exhibition, Pinelo Art Gallery, April 2020
She is a painter who paints a variety of animals with sometimes monotone and sometimes seven-tone gradations. Her theme is an animal wearing color. Cem Aggelos Ustuner
Daisuke MATSUZAKI “Symbiosis”. Virtual Exhibition, Pinelo Art Gallery, April 2020
He is a painter with a good color composition. He aims to give people dreams and hopes with his paintings. He is a painter who connects the world with color composition. Cem Aggelos Ustuner
AYASAMA “Strange my World”, Virtual Exhibition, Pinelo Art Gallery, April 2020
Ayasama can see a different world than us. Her painting depicts a different world reflected in her eyes. She continues to portray a world that no one but herself can perceive.
Ayfer KEÇECİ, Virtual Exhibition, Pinelo Art Gallery, April 2020
Her paintings are about existential problems. She is editing her compositions with rhythmic lines. She was born in Kastamonu. In 2005, she graduated from Atatürk University, Faculty of Fine Arts, Department of Painting. In 2013, she started to work as a Research Assistant at the Painting Branch of the Munzur University, Faculty of Fine Arts, Department of Painting. In 2017, she completed her Master’s Degree in Painting Art Department at Atatürk University, Fine Arts Institute. . Since 2015, she has been working as a research assistant at the Painting Department of the Faculty of Fine Arts in Atatürk University. In addition to her personal exhibitions, she has participated in many mixed exhibitions and workshops.
SHIHO “Landscapes”, Virtual Exhibition, Pinelo Art Gallery, April 2020
While many contemporary art expressors are impulsive and often dare to draw them, shiho’s paintings express the impulsive feeling of “drawing” through the intellectual reason of “calculation.” Then there is a dignity that sets it apart from other painters. Yes, her work is never noisy. There is no needless information and no needless information. It is a work that should be called a well-honed painting.
Kenan AKDOĞAN, Virtual Exhibition, Pinelo Art Gallery, April 2020
The artist’s paintings are created using lineal patterns on dark colors. The objects in the space became the artist’s preferences. He was born in Erzurum. In 2007, he graduated from Atatürk University, Faculty of Fine Arts, Department of Painting. In 2015, he completed his Master’s Degree in Painting Art Department at Atatürk University, Fine Arts, Institute of Social Sciences. In 2015, started his teaching proficiency in art in Painting Art Department at Atatürk University, Fine Arts Institute He has participated in many mixed exhibitions and workshops.
CHICKEN “Beautiful Color Harmony”, Virtual Exhibition, Pinelo Art Gallery, April 2020
Surprisingly he is still a young junior high school student. And in a good sense it is ignorant and pure. He really enjoys painting. He doesn’t think “let’s draw well”. I’m just having fun. He is a painter who is terribly excited about how his growth will affect his future works.