Helice Wen is a Chinese-American artist. She was born and raised in Shen Zhen, China. She moved to San Francisco at age 14 where she currently lives and works.
German nationality, Denis Prenzel was born in 1971 in Novi Pazar, Serbia (ex Yugoslavia), a small town in the Sandzak region.
Working mainly in oil, Lacey Lewis is an award winning contemporary realist figurative artist who paints in a classical style. Whether or not one is versed in the elusive language of visual design, Lacey’s paintings communicate to the viewer as she purposefully chooses recognizable aspects of reality to recreate on the canvas.
Marc Figueras was born in Barcelona in 1981 and trained at the “Escola d’Arts i Oficis” de Barcelona.
Magdalena Kępka is the Graduate of the Academy of Fine Arts in Wroclaw and the University of Physical Education in Wroclaw. She works with oil and acrylic paints and the main topic of her compositions are polish landscapes, seascapes and the architecture of hot south.
Sarah Fecteau is a Quebec artist born in Thetford Mines on August 24th 1983. As a young girl, Sarah developed a passion for drawing and a dedication to detail that would characterize her work throughout her career. She became highly influenced by the American hyperrealism movement began experimenting with acrylics in that style.
Vachagan Manukyan is a Contemporary Armenian artist who was born in 1977. He received his education at Hakob Kojoyan Art School, College of Fine Arts, and the State Pedagogical University, Faculty of Fine Arts, all in Yerevan.
Lluis Ribas was born on December 28, 1949, in Masnou, Spain, a coastal town in the Maresme district near Barcelona. Ribas spent hours on the beach tracing his first drawings in the sand. His mother dreamed of a life for him that would be less difficult than that of a fisherman. At nine years of age he began studying drawing and painting with Jose Maris Martinez.
Hypatia (born c. 350–370 CE; died 415 CE) taught mathematics, astronomy, and philosophy at the Museum of Alexandria, eventually succeeding her father as its head. Although she was an esteemed Neo-Platonist intellectual and the first notable female mathematician, it was her martyrdom that ensured her fame.