Oleksii Gnievyshev possesses a unique and particular painting style which blends classical realism with a modern touch.His paintings appear vivid and powerful: the animals embody a particular sentiment and the interaction between the characters tell a story.
A Greek painter, exploring many styles of painting, starting with a very important side of his artistic Artwork, religious and iconoclastic paintings and going in Surrealism, with classic theme from so rich Greek Mythology.
José Higuera, Spanish realist painter, was born in 1966. Since an early age he showed a defined interest in drawing and painting. He has then presented his works in a number of exhibitions throughout Spain.
Hes study of painting in Vienna, Austria under his mentor, Ernst Fuchs, founder of the School of Fantastic Realism lead in 1997,at Ernst Fuchs request that Prof. Phil formally carry on his teachings in mische-technique-he has been holding his renowned international painting seminars ever since.
Andy’s interest in Silver-smiting began about 3 years ago and having purchased a few crude tools he began to craft some simple designs.This of course led to more specialised tools to enable expansion of his skills and the range of design opportunities.
Vasile Negus is a romanian painter known worldwide for his works. He describes himself as a mystic, Byzantine painter, a convinced and God-fearing family man. In fact, religion has transformed him from a fierce atheist into a perfect Christian, at a turning point in his life.
An Author’s jewellery is a small piece of art made with reverence for beauty. One who wears it, is the privileged of somebody’s life, soul and thoughts, as for such a gift can only be offered from the heart. A part of Lizzy Tunc will always be with them in the warmth of the sinuous braiding of silver, crystal and imagination that created the jewellery.
I am a man who has been painting since ever. I feel great joy when I can share a bit of my world with some other people. My Artwork is a constant search for the best way to interpret the ideas that I have about myself and the world I live in.
All my art works are oil on canvas.
Many names have been used for these paintings; the Cabezonas, the Bretonas, the Ojotes or the Ojonas. I think that after a long time working on this type of portrait you can begin to appreciate something achieved, such as a peculiarity of your own style. What is it called? I guess it is no longer in my hand.
His photography seeks to capture the ‘precious little things’ that so often get overlooked as we journey through life.The gems hidden in the cracks just waiting to be discovered. We look with our eyes, but we ‘see’ with our souls. Everything is connected. HD quality prints available now.
Fine-art photography is photography created in line with the vision of the photographer as artist, using photography as a medium for creative expression. Photographic Art, abstract, poetic, travel and more can be chosen for your office or home. HD quality prints available now.
Kateryna Bortsova is painter – graphic artist, scientist, participant of many international exhibitions, prize-winner of a number of contests-silver medal in the category “realism” in participation in “Factory of visual art”, New York, USA, and much more.
Based on deep and mutual reciprocated, guess how the landscape has given him most intimate secrets, has discovered perceptions hidden nuances and unpublished, has opened new perspectives and limitless horizons where commercial not fit the repetitions or the dangerous mannerisms.
I have been using and developing my technique for more than 30 years;
Steel Threads with Natural Stones “ Admired, Appreciated and Loved by all kinds of visitors, from the exhibitions made, as well as by the Virtual public.
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I like being curious. This quality state of being curious is reflected in the the warm colours that were carefully chosen. Its as stunning as the discovery and yet still dreamy in itself. Hope this beautiful original give wonderment and joy for many years to come. Inspire by carnival in Aix en Provence, France.
I coexist: sculpture, collages, and wholesale any manual tweaking, with a view to a fleeting but tenacious improvement of the existential framework. Being a plastic artist is also a kind of shaman, with the sufficient recoil of the anti big head, that of the kid seriously having fun to remake the world.
Working in watercolour has been the medium favoured by Alexandros over the past few years. His fine loose watercolours have appeared in exhibitions in Romania, Bulgaria, Italy, Greece and Belgrade. Many of his works being held in Private Collections around the world
Born in Rome, Italy, she has a genetic predisposition for exploring, practising and producing Art. Her Great Grandparents, Grandparents and Parents were all artists. Her parents met at an Art School in Rome, and produced in her a deep Love for Art, and they undoubtedly have encouraged their daughter to follow their steps.
Artists approach his work in a multitude of ways. A wide array of media and materials may be used to convey a wide array of concepts, themes, and subject matter. The pieces are often reflective of the artist and so reflect a great diversity of perspectives.
A mature pallet of strong strokes and colours in a very sensitive manner of a New Impressionism. Catching the luminosity in strips of the “beginning of life”, the paintings vibrate with knifed shines and “umbras” in a special theatricality and the flower comes in present from memories to remind to the viewer Ephemera can be Eternal.
Patrick studied the old masters painting techniques, painting of the 18th and 19th centuries, learned from the greats of the surrealist and the fantastic art of the 20th century. He was a master of illusion, the deception of the eye and the seductive surfaces and gradually developed a unique artistic universe.
Born In Argentina, graduated in 1991 as Professor of Plastic Arts and Expert in Plastic Arts; in 1995, Superior Professor of Drawing and Painting and Superior Technician in Drawing and Painting. Make Study and Research trips ‘in situ’ on the Primitive Aboriginal Expressions in different areas of Argentina, Venezuela and the USA. Original and unique style
She is on a palpable quest for shape, manifested by the almost real volumetric quality of her subjects: it feels like she is carving the sheet with her pencil, using it as a chisel. Her subjects’ faces do not hide mysteries; they rather remain contained within their own life of which the artist steals some instants with impertinent curiosity.
Siberia and the Russian Far East are home to some of the most profoundly beautiful wilderness areas left on earth. Russia’s diverse landscapes support an incredible biodiversity. In Art, for many years I been promoting the Neo-Renaissance movement, but you have to understand that is not necessarily my only artistic style.
Claudia made her work known at the XIX National Painting Exhibition Pro Arte Córdoba Foundation at the Museo Caraffa, at the Córdoba Library, organised by the Cordoba Culture Agency, at the IV International Art Galleries Fair “Arte Córdoba 2003” Of Galería Menéndez Pidal, in collectives of Espacio Centro and Centro Cultural Punto de Fuga, and more.
Innovative, original, experimental, exuberant, ahead of times. Giorgio is born in Italy and travelled extensively. His love for diversity in people influenced his Artistic “messy portraits” Style. Interesting to follow his artistic evolution.
My women with lioness or leopard heads, however feline, are the symbol of the union of rational human being, and its most instinctive, animal part with all the features that follow: sensuality, sexuality, emotion our animal part must perceive and that our rational part must handle it.
Hooper draws inspiration from the world around him. While his beloved Cherry Blossom tree, nature and bird movements provide focus points in his work, his creative process also draws upon today’s self-alienating culture, he admits he finds it important to “take the snobbery” away from art, and tries to make it accessible to a more broad audience.
Born on April 3, 1990 in the city of Valencia, he lives and works in Güigüe, Carlos Arvelo, Carabobo. Sculpture Workshop, Prof. William Valera School of Plastic Arts Arturo Michelena. Valencia
Workshop Processes of Sculpture, Prof. Belen Muñoz
School of Plastic Arts Rafael Monasterios. Maracay- Aragu.
“Fictional characters created by my mind. They are some creations who are alive. They can speak and move and eat and have some Special Functions in plus than humans. These artworks comes from my imagination and we share love as I am “the boss” of them, I Mastered them.
Diploma of Honor, first Mutualista Imbabura painting salon, 1983 Traveling Exhibition of the French Alliance, 1983.
Second Prize in Stand Design and Decoration at the Integration Fair Colombo-Ecuatoriana border, 1992.
Gulrez Ali is a well-established artist known for his abstract painting in India and different parts of Europe.He has been a part of around thirteen group shows in India and seven international group shows. “When I start painting it feels like I’m giving birth to a new universe”
“The greatest and most important problems of life are all fundamentally insoluble. They can never be solved, but only outgrown.” It is easier to get satisfaction and meaning through art in youth but as we grow old our ideas grow old and redundant with ourselves, after a certain period you don’t wait for inspiration, you just get up and start working.
Bianca was attracted by colours and drawing from the first years of her life. At the age of 4 she started painting at the Prof. Cristian Scutaru’s Workshop. She joined the Workshop group where he approached more complex themes of creativity, in various techniques: pencil, pen, watercolour, tusk, acrylic, oil painting
“With Pascal Collin it’s a part of his inner dreams that seduces us, with this canvas hanging on the light…an artist who likes to share his view of the world and his beauty, he most often chooses to express it through abstraction; colour and light breeds shapes by leaving everyone their free interpretation to feel the emotion as they see it”
Golmei is a lover of Manipuri culture and always tries to depict the indigenous features on his canvass. At the small confines of his work shed located at Keikhu, he works with a gentle stroke with his brush to the painting. One can see over 50 paintings depicting different themes, most importantly the Kabui culture.