March 7, 2013 | Author: webSman

Rose Gabriel De La Lyre

Director at Studio Photo Rose Gabriel De La Lyre, Fine Art Photographer at Vogue and International Independent Artist Painter at River Gallery. In Vienna, where she worked as an assistant with the artist Prof Ernst Fuchs, with whom she developed a friendship.

She has had more than 20 exhibitions in Europe. Beginning at age 12. Her first exhibition was in Winnenden, Germany.

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March 6, 2013 | Author: webSman

Designer Helene Hawthorne

Helene Hawthorne is a business name of Kristine Hawthorne, apparel and fashion designer. Exclusive interview with Helen taken by Nina Pak for Miroir Magazine.

Q: Tell me something about your history as a designer. Did you have a formal education or are you self taught?
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March 5, 2013 | Author: webSman

Rebecca Knowles Photography

Rebecca Knowles (formerly known as Rebecca Parker Photography) is a photographer Based in Leamington Spa, Warwickshire, England.
Working from a home studio in central Leamington Spa and outdoor locations nearby, Rebecca can provide captivating portraits for Fashion, Actors, Models, Individuals, Business People, PR, Entrepreneurs, Writers, Musicians and Groups.
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March 4, 2013 | Author: webSman

Emily Soto – Fiori Couture

Emily Soto is a photographer residing in New York City with her husband Vic and Scottish Fold Twinkle. Each image captured by Soto emanates with her distinct visionary and romantic style characterized by a perennial stream of emotively captivating, artistically adept, visual pieces. While her focus is high-fashion, she finds pleasure in personal artistic projects and by providing fellow photographers, through her workshops, with the skills and confidence to both pursue and fulfill their own photographic aspirations. more » “Emily Soto – Fiori Couture”

March 3, 2013 | Author: webSman

Madeline von Foerster

Madeline von Foerster is a very gifted and highly original artist, who brings new imagery and a novel approach to conservation — which we need. – Edward O. Wilson

To create her unusual paintings, Madeline von Foerster uses a five century-old mixed technique of oil and egg tempera, developed by the Flemish Renaissance Masters. more » “Madeline von Foerster”