Henry Asencio was born in 1971 in Los Angeles and raised in Santa Maria, California. He painted as a self-taught artist up until his mid-twenties. Asencio experimented with elements of realism, specifically photorealism.
Natalia Rak has created large scale paintings since 2011, in the form of beautiful murals, commissioned from all around the world. She has been focusing on female-centric imagery, while using a rich and glowing palette, giving a breath of fresh air to the street art scene she is part of.
Japanese born, Hajime Sorayama became an illustrator of erotic art—hyper-realist, ultra sexy female figures known as “sexy robots”.
Anna Bocek was born in 1973 in Gdansk Poland, She studied at the Nat. Academy of Fine Arts. In 1997 she won the price “Shakespearen Set Designer Project” at the Theatrum Gedanense Foundation in Gdansk.
Andrius Kovelinas has been at the forefront of the international contemporary art scene for many years now. Most recently winning the coveted second prize in the most prestigeous Anglo-Italian Academy of Art biennial at the Chianciano Art Museum, Italy with his painting ‘Red Dance’.
Svetoslav Stoyanov was born in Gabrovo and was first influenced by his uncle to produce and appreciate art. His early art mostly concentrated on nature and the Bulgarian Architecture.
A graduate of the Art Center College of Design, Natalia Fabia began showing her art in group exhibitions around Los Angeles in the early 2000’s, establishing herself as a contender in the figurative painting arena.
Evgeniy Monahov was born in 1974 in Moscow, in the family of a naval officer and engineer, none of his relatives or ancestors had any contact with art. Nevertheless, at a fairly early age, he began to show interest in art.
Gilbert Williams was born in Santa Monica, California (USA), on January 2, 1950. When he was five, his family moved to Anaheim, California.