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Virtual Group Exhibition “W”. Pinelo Art Gallery, March 2020. Bulgarian, Greek, Turkish and Ukranian Artists. We are closed to the public temporarily to protect the health and safety of our community of visitors, members, volunteers, staff, artists and supporters. While our doors are closed, we’ll keep you close to our art. Please take care and stay in touch.
Virtual Exhibition, Olga Glumcher “Just Miaow!” Pinelo Art Gallery, March 2020. Olga Glumcher is a painter of mysterious colors. She is master at turning her works into infinite life energy on her canvases. “Just Miaow” is one of the most extraordinary in the series. In this series, women figures are presented to us in a striking manner in the balance of the dark and light cycle. Cem Aggelos Ustuner
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. There 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.
Kader ÖZTÜRKMEN, Virtual Exhibition, Pinelo Art Gallery, May 2020 Kader Öztürkmen exhibits a depth of illusionist lyric abstraction by blending modernism within a holistic perspective in her paintings in which she continues the effects of abstract expressionism with the way she deals with the figure. The artist, who portrays the truth through a rational and emotional filter of her own being, emphasizes the frustrational suffering of human nature in the ongoing gap without mentioning the space perception. It serves as a bridge between the unbearable weight and lightness of our existence.
Yasuaki KAKIZAKAI “Boundary”, Virtual Exhibition, Pinelo Art Gallery, May 2020 He calls himself a spray artist. He paints with a spray while used for painting. Use stencils and various techniques. His themes are “time”, “life and death”, “unknown and known”, “encounter and farewell” and thus he is trying to portray a pair of things in this world.
Aysun MERİÇ “Voluntary Captivity”, Virtual Exhibition, Pinelo Art Gallery, May 2020 We live the illusion of being in total control inside our dark, self-made boundaries. Whenever we want to set foot out of them, we face the burden of leaving our comfort zone. Yet all progression happens as we break out of our boundaries. Inability to cross our boundaries and creating new ones with our struggle end with postponing life, surrendering to voluntary captivity and returning to our own space.
Nakayama SOUTA “your true shape and everyone”, Virtual Exhibition, Pinelo Art Gallery, May 2020 Almost no primary colors are used in his paintings. This is a feature of his expression. The expression whose saturation and brightness are suppressed by the color mixture gives a unique and strange feeling to his paintings. Perhaps it represents the unclear, uncluttered, inseparable nature of one’s inner self.
Nurdan KOÇ “Romance of Colors”, Virtual Exhibition, Pinelo Art Gallery, May 2020 The Artist created her own interpretations with authentic and figurative abstractions in her inner and imaginary expressions.
SUDA “Embodiment of Beauty”, Virtual Exhibition, Pinelo Art Gallery, May 2020 Her theme is female beauty. She asks women for beauty. It’s eros and even makes you feel divine. And she began to paint the beauty of the gods of the world. The beauty of human beings called eros is the eternal theme that people who are not God seek.
Nilay Özsavaş ULUÇAY “Never Ending”, Virtual Exhibition, Pinelo Art Gallery, May 2020 There are always ways to be overcome, never ending, and unknown. Of course, it is exceeded. But the end … Is there an end to all the lines that we put our decisions on and over? Nilay Özsavaş Uluçay is an interior architecture and Assoc. Prof. at Muğla Sıtkı Koçman University in Bodrum / Turkey. She works on the relationship between space, art and design. In addition to her academic studies on interior design and education, she has participated in many group exhibitions and opened solo exhibitions with her designs and photographs.
PIKORIN “Human Hymns in the Brain”, Virtual Exhibition, Pinelo Art Gallery, May 2020 He never tries to draw politely and neatly. He dares to draw big and rough. His paintings are not sentences, they are wild roars. He will continue to draw a roar that erupts from within himself.
Kübra Şahin ÇEKEN “Synthesis”, Virtual Exhibition, Pinelo Art Gallery, May 2020 Why does one want to be different? Masks covering the faces were used even in religious ceremonies before Christ. Is this an inward…! Or was it an escape from yourself? Here are two syntheses, past and future. The only true inner escape.
Yori MIDORIKAWA “Mizuiro”, Transient Existence”, Virtual Exhibition, Pinelo Art Gallery, May 2020 She paints a green world. It is the sky, the sea, and the grasslands. She continues to draw the white fairies that live there in green today.
Virtual Exhibition, Pinelo Art Gallery, May 2020 ART AND THERAPY OBJECTS-INTERNAL THERAPY OBJECTS

Art that helps the individual to heal with its effect on well-being; It manifests itself as a method in psychotherapy. Although the combination of art and therapy has existed for centuries, it has shown itself in the social arena with its use in the 1940s. In the Art and Therapy Objects-Intrinsic Objects series, the artist has depicted his inner feelings and those who have a place in himself around the meaning of objects in psychotherapy. Although it falls into the drawing category rather than this picture; It matches the purpose in their work. The main purpose in his works; In the art therapy session, by making use of the contact with the emotions while the eyes are closed, it is to enable both lobes of the brain to act and to actually go to the subconscious. This subconscious descent appears in the individual by expressing his feelings with primitive lines. By reaching primitive drawings in the artistic context, the artist reflects himself with his mood.

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Olga Glumcher is an artist, living in Kyiv, Ukraine, and working worldwide. From the age of 7 till the University she was studying at a private art school in Kyiv. In 2005, she got a Master’s Degree in graphic arts in the Kyiv Poligraphic Institute. “Art for me is a way of discovering the world, myself and people. The search for a balance between meditation and hard work, which causes constant pleasure. I combine classical technic of painting with contemporary objects like gadgets and social networks. Using the past, understanding the present, making the future better”

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She paints the world inside her in pastel. It’s a beautiful world. But it is also a cruel and ruthless world. She will continue to paint as her mission, sometimes becoming internal punishment.

Virtual Exhibition, Pinelo Art Gallery, May 2020

The Theory of Everything, in physics, is the ultimate theory which is expected to elucidate all the properties of elementary particles and the appearance and disappearance of the universe. I believe that many artists have processes of pursuing the origin of universe which are similar to the processes which physicists engage in. Of course, there are vast differences between how an artist and physicist works. One is focused on creation and the other on discovery. Physicists do not produce anything on their own. They investigate unknown things logically — rather than instinctively. In contrast, the artist tries to get close to the essence of things by expressing and shaping a sensory part that cannot be described using words. Nevertheless, despite their different approaches, both pursue questions without certain answers, answers that may never be revealed to them.

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Ahmet Fatih ÖZMEN, Untitled, mixed media, 50x70, 2020. Ali Rıza KANAÇ, Hybrid Theory, hybrid media on canvas, 130x90, 2020. Betül KARAKAYA I Have Hope Series, Porcelain Glazed Decor, Kintsugi, 30x70, 2020. Nilay ÖZSAVAŞ ULUÇAY, In the Dark, Photograph, varying measurements, 2018. Gülçin KARACA, Purple Room, mixed media on paper, 70x50, 2020. Mehmet Cihan GEZEN, Escape, mixed media on canvas, 100x100, 2020. Canan ZÖNGÜR, Queen I, wood scraping, 50x30x12, 2016. Ömer Oytun ONUR, Untitled, acrylic paint on canvas, 40x40, 2019. Sevgi NARMAN ÇAL, Amorphous Indicators, watercolor on paper, 50x50, 2020. Neda İsmail ATAR, Money of the Dream, No Country’s Money Series, print on metal plate, 100x50x10, 2020.

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He sends a message to the world. It is a harmony of colors and shapes. The harmony is a wish for peace. Wishing for the happiness and peace of all, he continues to draw today.

Virtual Exhibition, Pinelo Art Gallery, May 2020

The artist tries to break this reality while the individual moves away from the imagination and aesthetics in the modern world where human beings are intertwined with the truth. He performs his art by interpreting the problems of the world with his inner world and imagination. Art sets out with colors and textures from the artist to the world of realities to gain new meanings in individuals. The painter uses three essential objects in weight in her compositions of this period: women, horses and keys. According to the artist, as time flows in an infinite loop, every emotion our soul feels is a new door. Opened to infinity or closed forever. The artist was born in Berlin / Germany. She continued her education in Turkey. She lived in an old Greek village, whose language she never knew. Intense frames remained in the imagination, reflected today. The title of most of his works is Greek. She graduated from Karadeniz Technical University, Fatih Education Faculty, Art Education teacher, Graphic department. She finished her academic life as university third and second in the department. She is still working as a Visual Arts teacher at the Ministry of Education in Ankara. She opened two personal exhibitions. She took part in many national and international group exhibitions. She has works in various collections.

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In her works, the artist chose to understand and explain life through the identity of women. Color and form experiments in his paintings are enthusiastic and powerful. He chose to reflect the women who fell from his dream world to his painting in every aspect without putting the quests of his own art journey into a mold. This is also the real women hosted by their personal journey.

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The artist’s works significantly increases the effect by using bold lines. He usually uses gray tones in his pictures. We can separate their subjects as figurative, abstract and landscape.

Virtual Exhibition, Pinelo Art Gallery, May 2020

She prefers hide faces in the figures in her works. Brush marks are layered and used extensively in his paintings.

Virtual Exhibition, Pinelo Art Gallery, May 2020

The artist draws attention to the operational issues that are the link between “human and life”. This activism can be an emotional and sometimes an intellectual expression. It realizes this statement with the help of ropes.Ropes wrapped horizontally, vertically and diagonally on the canvas surface are part of life. Selcan Kalın was born in Kahramanmaras.In 2011, she won the Painting Department of Erzurum Atatürk University Faculty of Fine Arts and graduated in 2014. In 2015, she graduated from Atatürk University Fine Arts Institute, Department of Painting, with her thesis, “The Use of Organic and Inorganic Materials in Contemporary Art”.In 2017, she gained her proficiency in art in Atatürk University Fine Arts Institute Painting Department and continues her artistic studies. The artist has participated in many mixed exhibitions both at home and abroad and still participates in scientific and artistic events.

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I like to stare at the human soul and recognize its longings, to look at the world through the eyes of a child – with a look, clean, clear, naive. The child is the main character in my paintings – maybe because I am a mother or because through him, I most convincingly suggest my ideas. I am provoked by the reality around us, in which everything is beautiful, shiny, but at the same time “hollow” and false; a reality in which values are displaced or absent. Today’s world educates our children in a consumerist spirit, turns people into “accounts”, erases the spiritual part of human development. There is a war “dressed” in pretense and lies, a war between good and evil; a war in which the virtual displaces the real. A world has been created in which fashion dictates our entire future. My paintings reflect this world and the problems in it, but they also provide a solution. There is always a way out. With the help of God and through art we will seek freedom. We will create peace, first in our souls, then between people. And peace brings love. It is she who will unite us and make us one, so that we can live in harmony with the whole world around us.

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In this exhibition, Kupcuoglu choose some of the work from the collection of Orhan Karadogan and/or from her own collection. Some of the work have never been exhibited anywhere before. Paintings on display were done between 2014-2019. The theme of the paintings is about old Istanbul. We may not be able to see some of the places depicted in the paintings now, but they existed in olden times.

The computer predicted creating the expression of real objects in a new reality in digital and virtual environments. While recreating this new reality in digital environment, it did not cease to follow the rules and rules accepted in the past. According to Plato’s understanding, he expresses that beauty has emerged thanks to the proportional relations of the parts within the whole and that the whole is beautiful. From this point of view, nineteen different canonical works open to accepted interpretation of the movement, theory and trend represented in the history of art seek beauty in this new reality as models representing the situation in digital environment.

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O my heart, O the waters are rising softly, our secret sea vessel is muted like lal outside the vein, even if the vein is broken

Virtual Exhibition, Pinelo Art Gallery, May 2020

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Virtual Exhibition, Pinelo Art Gallery, May 2020

It does not mean that there is no good basis for a decision, and that its fear is bad. It is often said that we should not allow fear to win, but to do this, you should not ignore it. We still do not care whether a fear will be absolutely factual and reasonable or unreasonable, because even if it is not, fear is real. I put forward the works I have done, the dreams I have been affected and the fears experienced and unfulfilled with the images I have imagined by adopting the Expressionism trend. “Don’t let fear beat you, but still don’t ignore fear!”