Michel Ogier was born on the 19th December in St Etienne in France, 1960. He is a magician of colour and light, he questions because his imaginary world is creative. Lucid about existence, he questions because his reflection allows us to glimpse a truth that is as luminous as it is unbearable: the human condition!
Shane Keisuke Berkery is an Irish-Japanese contemporary artist based in Dublin, Ireland. His cultural background has been a major influence on his work and is a frequent theme in his paintings Berkery primarily works out of his studio in Dublin and is represented by The Molesworth Gallery.
Tim Shorten was born in Bolton, Lancs. He studied at Bolton College of Art & Design, Preston Polytechnic Department of Fine Art (now UCLan), and Leeds Polytechnic (Leeds Beckett University). He was Head of Art and Design at Altrincham Grammar School for Boys in Cheshire until 2017, and is now a full-time painter.
Jacob Brostrup (f.1973) Lives and work in Odsherred, Denmark and Barcelona, Spain. Within the last 10 years, the work of Brostrups has placed itself in the field of semi-realistic painters in Denmark. His works are coloristic, vibrant and the many details grab the viewer and plunges him in the vivid paintings.
Jeremy Winborg is best known for his figurative work of Native American subjects that blend realism with abstract backgrounds. Winborg has had a passion for creating art since he was a child.
Algerian painter Abdelhalim Kebieche is a visual artist who is known for his expressionist work. An artistic movement that tends to represent with emotion the vices of society in a deeply subjective way.
Jeff Echevarria is an artist and designer based out of New Jersey. He works traditionally, his primary media being charcoal powder and Panpastels.
Olga Pelipas is an artist who was born in Simferopol(Ukraine). She now lives and works in Poland.
The work of Jennifer Hrabota-Lesser explores the edges of discomfort while maintaining the serene and calm facade expected of modern women. Her work references fables, mythology, social and religious constructs, and where these constructions fail to support the unyielding center.