Omar Ortiz was born in 1977 in Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico where he still lives. Since he was a boy he has been interested in drawing and illustration. He studied for a degree in Graphic Design, where he learned different techniques such as hand drawing, pastels, charcoal, water colors, acrylics and airbrushing.
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Welcome to The Gallerist Blog, where contemporary art meets philosophy and mythology. The blog features the latest artist presentations and articles, exploring the beauty and complexity of these fascinating subjects.
Paintings by Jan Kasparec
Jan Kasparec was born in the Czech Republic in 1979. He currently lives and works in Vancouver, B.C., […]
One of the questions that has faced and continues to face some of the philosophers of the world is ‘What is reality?’
Paintings by Dai Ping Jun
DAI Ping Jun was born in Hunan in 1976.Regarded as one of the rising star in contemporary Chinese […]
Tomasz Rut was born in 1961 and raised in Warsaw, Poland. Son of Tadeusz, an Olympic athlete and Wanda, an artist and art teacher, Tomasz was introduced to the world of art in his early childhood and demonstrated prodigious talent, first exhibited at his solo show in Warsaw at the tender age of eleven.
Established German contemporary artist, Willi Kissmer ( Dec.24th, 1951 – July 27th, 2018) is best known for his beautiful REALIST depictions of female bodies in paintings and graphic prints (primarily, lithographs). This musician and artist trained at the Folkwangscule, University of Essen and has later taught printmaking at the University of Duisberg. The artist generally uses combinations of etching, aquatint, drypoint and mezzotint techniques on his copperplates.
Paintings by Michele Del Campo
Michele Del Campo was raised in San Nicandro Garganico, a small town in rural South Italy. When he […]
Paintings by Jiang Guofang
Jiang Guofang is a Chinese painter who was born in 1951. Jiang Guofang’s work has been offered at […]
Paintings by Gerard van Spaendonck
Gerard was born in Tilburg, an older brother of Cornelis van Spaendonck (1756–1840), who was also an accomplished […]