Here are some special memories and paintings for you to take a peak to my career as an artist. Since the early begining one of my main idea has been to create something new with my personal touch by using a traditional ways.
“You don’t need eyes to see, you need a vision” -Maxi Jazz
Sensaatio pursiseuralla 2013, öljyväri kankaalle.
Pelastusalus myynnissä 2013, öljyväri kankaalle.
A poster of “Little treasures”
International exhibition in Bologna, Italy
Beautiful exhibition “Little treasures 2013” by Paola Trevisan in Galleria De Marchi, Bologna.
International exhibition in Bologna, Italy
Zamuel Hube and Paola Trevisan
Opening ceremony at Art Centre Salmela, Mäntyharju (Picture: Taidekeskus Salmela)
TV-serie’s “Taiteilijaelämää Salmelassa” poster.
Opening ceremony at Art Centre Salmela, Mäntyharju
Zamuel Hube and his paintings in Salmela in 2011
Memorable exhibition in Salmela is finally open for public
Artists are relaxing after hard work for fine exhibition in Salmela in 2011.
The Poet Reclining 1915 Marc Chagall
In TV- serie “Taiteilijaelämää Salmelassa” I was supposed to do my own version of Marc Chagall’s piece of art called “The Poet Reclining”
I had a perfect get away place to focus my creative work in Salmela’s winter residence
My ateljee in Salmela winter residence
In this place I had all the peace and silence to work that man can imagine.
On the other hand. TV crew visited me here once and a while, so I had to remember to keep my feet on the ground all the time just in case.
Even if the painters are more or less solo artists and sometimes they want to work alone behind the closed doors, it’s very important that you are surrounded people who supports your carreer. I’m lucky to have persons supporting me along my career in many ways. I’m so gratefull for all these amazing peoples.
Zamuel Hube, “The peaceful ocean of human mind” Oil on canvas 2010, original size 40 x 80cm.
Zamuel Hube “Window to the freedom”, Oil on canvas 2011, 30 x 80 cm
Zamuel Hube, “Further than assumed”, Oil on canvas 2011, 30 x 80 cm
Zamuel Hube “The Factory”, Oil on canvas 2012, 30 x 60 cm
Zamuel Hube “An Independent village in archipelago”, Oil on canvas, 40 x 60 cm
Zamuel Hube “The other summer day”, Oil on canvas, 55 x 46 cm
Zamuel Hube, “Celebration of the twins”, Oil on canvas 2012, 70 x 70 cm
Zamuel Hube “The best Indian summer ever”, Oil on canvas 2012, 60 x 60 cm
Zamuel Hube “A stable landmark”, Oil on canvas 2012, 65 x 54 cm
Zamuel Hube “the branch office”, Oil on canvas 2012, 20 x 50 cm
Zamuel Hube “The treasures of the wine cellar”, Oil on canvas 2011, 27 x 35 cm
Zamuel Hube “Gathered thoughts”, Oil on canvas 2011, 30 x 30 cm
Zamuel Hube “Window maker”, Oil on canvas 2012, 30 x 30 cm
Zamuel Hube “The ocean of loneliness”, Oil on canvas 2012, 30 x 30 cm
Zamuel Hube “The road sign or the road itself?”, Oil on canvas 2012, 41 x 33 cm
Opening ceremony in Pietarsaari
Surrealists exhibition in Pietarsaari on summer 2014.
Charity auction in Galleria Angelo
ArtHelsinki 11 -Contemporary art fair. Expo and convention centre, Helsinki
Hube’s paintings in Oljemark’s stand in ArtHelsinki 11
Zamuel Hube “A dream of sail boat”, Oil on canvas 2011, 74 x 74 cm
Zamuel Hube “Running for the wind to the seaside”, Oil on canvas 2011, 77 x 151 cm
Detail of the “Running for the wind to the seaside”
ArtHelsinki 10 -Contemporary art fair. Expo and convention centre, Helsinki
Hube’s paintings in Oljemark’s stand in ArtHelsinki 10
Private exhibition in Gallerie Oljemark in Helsinki in 2010
article about private exhibition in Gallerie Oljemark in 2010
Summer athmosphere in the middle of the January
Gallerie Oljemark was one of the oldest galleries in Helsinki.
Zamuel Hube “My home is my castle”, Oil on canvas 2010, 150 x 100 cm
Perfect place to display unique oil paintings
Zamuel Hube “For whom you are selling your land?”, Oil on canvas 2009, 70 x 100 cm
Zamuel Hube “Gymnastic exercises in the morning by the lake”, Oil on canvas 2010, 30 x 30 cm
Zamuel Hube “The day after the storm”, Oil on canvas 2010, 100 x 60 cm
Detail of the “The day after the storm”
Zamuel Hube “Two men on the pier”, Oil on canvas 2010, 25 x 65 cm
prepairing the unique collection
This is the poster of my exhibition in S-Gallery in Helsinki in 2009
My idea for this display was to go out from my own comfort zone
First I was terrified how things work out, but when I started to build the exhibition I noticed that there’s no need to be worried
It was a good experience to break my boundaries and do complitaly different kind of paintings than I used to do for years.
I was relieved and happy to see that I managed to create a collection I was happy about
I noticed that many people like more these kind of “modern” paintings than my typical surrealistic paintings, but I’ll still stick with my style. This particular serie of abstrakt paintings was just something I just had to do.
This serie helped me to clear my minde and gived me kind of the fresh start to carrie on my thing.
This painting was named after the theme; “Outside of my own comfort zone” It’s made with oil and acryl on canvas 2009. It’s 100 x 150 cm
Zamuel Hube “white-collar mob strikes”, Oil and acryl on canvas 2009, 80 x 100 cm
Zamuel Hube “In charge You have the biggest responsibility” Oil and acryl in canvas 2009, 30 x 30 cm
Zamuel Hube “The touch”, Oil and acryl on canvas 2009, 24 x 33 cm
Zamuel Hube “addicted”, Oil and acryl on canvas 2009, 46 x 55 cm
This painting is uncommon there for that it’s custom made. I don’t usually have time to do paintings by order, but this time I made it.
And here’s the result.
It’s not a secrect that I love Salvador Dali’s paintings! Here is my salute for my idol, inspiration and defenetily my trailblazer.
I admire and look up to Dali’s enthuastic and commitment to his work.
Ava Gallery’s Helena and Edson Gardoso are working a lot to present Finnish art in other countries. I had my paintings twice in Portugal on their exhibition of Finnish contemporary art.
Zamuel Hube “Little boy on the beach”, Oil and acryl on canvas 2009, 90 x 60 cm.
Zamuel Hube “The giant on the beach”, Oil and acryl on canvas 2009, 90 x 60 cm. I painted these two boy figures to exhibition in Portugal in purpose to show something Finnish in bright colours and special summer athmosphere due the fact that we have lovely summers here.
Finland-Portugal Art festival I. Casa de cultural de Gaia, Porto Portugal
My paintings in Casa museu Teixeira Lopez in Porto.
Artists in opening ceremony in Casa museu Teixeira Lopez.
Finland-Portugal Art festival I, Casa museu Teixeira Lopez Porto, Portugal.
Zamuel Hube, Panu Hemminki, Henry Korpi, Raimo Salmi, Johannes Heinonen and Nathalie Chavieve. In front Arja Krosbeck and Ritva Lindberg in the opening ceremony of surrealistic exhibition in Lempäälä.
Poster of the exhibition in Lempäälä in 2010
Exhibition in Kanneltalo gallery in Helsinki. Bruno Maximus, Zamuel Hube, Panu Hemminki, Nathalie Chavieve and Risto Jalonen
Guests in opening ceremony
My good friend and the man who is pioneer of Finnish surrealism in the 21st -century; Panu Hemminki! I saw Panu’s paintings a long time ago and those paintings encouraged me to realize that man can paint like that here and now! I didn’t know Panu, but several years later when he contacted me and asked if I would like to join some exhibitions I was overwhelmed of honour to be contacted by him. Since that we have worked together for several exhibitions.
Panu Hemminki truly believes to what he is doing.
Other Finnish artist I have allways admired is Bruno Maximus. Before I started to paint I saw couple of his exhibitions an I was thrilled.
You can imagine how honoured I was to have an exhibition with Bruno in my hometown in 2009, It was something you don’t expect to happend in real life
Gallery Angelo was a perfect place for this colourfull exhibition. Sirpa Koskinen and the artists in opening ceremony.
Zamuel Hube “Sushi dinner in Switzerland”, Oil on canvas 2009, 100 x 60 cm
Exhibition in Library in Pori, my hometown. The city is famous because of the annual Jazz festival. That’s why I choosed to paint some happy musicians in honour of Pori’s 450 th birthday.
Article about the exhibition
Positive surrealism from Pori 😉
Articles due the surrelistic group exhibition in Vaasa.
My memorable private gallery depyt exhibition with grazy dancing Matador’s in 2007 in gallery Art Alex in the middle of the city of Helsinki.
This exhibition was held during the Eurovision song contest in Helsinki in 2007. That’s why my approach to the traditional Matadors was a little bit twisted and hilarious
some spanish flavours for visitors in opening evening
Something lively direct from Granada!
The painting called “Balance with style”
As you can imagine the depyt exhibition is very important for the artist, that’s why it’s a amazing when people supports your work and visions by buying paintings even if you are just an depytant.
Detail from painting “The dancing Matador”
some more details
articles due the dancing Matadors