From 1 to 31 July 2021 Aliza Thomas (Israel, Netherlands), Ansje Visser (Netherlands), Judit Nagy L. – LNJ (Slovakia, Switzerland), Carole Bécam (France) exhibit their artworks inside Artinside Gallery, the first art gallery without walls, in augmented reality.

Art curator: Maddalena Grazzini

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Short biographies of the Artists

Aliza Thomas (Israel, Netherlands)

Aliza Thomas is  a well known paper artist as well as Taijiquan and qigong teacher.

Ansje Visser (Netherlands)

For me photography is a form of meditation, a moment in which I become one with the earth, the sky and nature. Through my photographs one can perceive a sense of peace, tranquillity and silence (Ansje Visser). In Artinside Gallery Ansje presents her project “Earthsome”.

Judit Nagy L. – LNJ (Slovakia, Switzerland)

Judit Nagy L. – L N J, (Hungarian, with a Slovak citizenship and with a residence in Switzerland) was born and grew up in Slovakia, starting to draw from early age. Despite her passion she graduated in Civil Engineering, married, had children and stayed at home. In 2011 she took a pilgrimage to El Camino de Santiago. Today Judit lives and works in Switzerland. She created her own mixed media method painting with wine, resonance Gouache and acrylic dyes with high pigmentation. Her method is called IVVArt, In Vino Veritas Art Method ©. In 2015 Judit spent a season harvesting and making wine in Winterthur, wine region Neftenbach, Switzerland.

Carole Bécam (France)

Carole Bécam is an artist and a painter. Prompted from her very first pictorial experiments by the desire to transcend matter by mixing colours and light, she has been exploring new paths on her canvasses ever since.

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