Francesca Strino was born in 1979 in Naples, Italy. She was born into an artistic family. Francesca’s powerful paintings reflect the influence of her father, Maestro Gianni Strino.
Anatoly Piatkevich was born in 1969 in a small town in the heart of Belarus, once a Republic of the former Soviet Union. The countryside has a mixture of serene forests, rivers, meadows and ruins of old castles and other remnants of his predecessors.
Joel Chavez is an artist from Quezon City, Manila, Philippines. Chavez’s reimagining of neoclassical paintings, particularly those of William-Adolphe Bouguereau, started in 2017.
Nancy Bossert is an artist from Bethlehem, PA, United States. She says the following about herself; “ Sentimental […]
Montague Dawson (1895–1973) was a British painter who was renowned as a maritime artist. His most famous paintings depict sailing ships, usually clippers or warships of the 18th and 19th centuries.
For Michael Van Zeyl, portraiture is much more than a one-sided translation of the artist’s point of view taking form in a subject. It’s an engaging visual dialogue that renders a soul in light, shadow and pigment, continuing the conversation for future generations to appreciate.
Michael Cheval was born in 1966 in Kotelnikovo, a small town in southern Russia. He grew up among paints and brushes, canvases and easels.
Robert Hagan is an artist from Australia. “I was born in Murwillumbah, NSW Australia and spent my youth between Brunswick Heads and Chillingham in and about the beautiful Tweed Valley. I attended Murwillumbah High School and excelled at nothing very much other than football and the final exams which got me a scholarship to University. 4 years later I graduated with an Arts degree in Economics and a Diploma in Education.
Masaaki Hikida (疋田 正章) is a Japanese artist, Born in Kyoto 1978, Japan. He graduated from the Faculty of Science and Engineering at Ritsumeikan University and went on to become a painter.