Sasha Robinson is a painter and printmaker with a vibrant background in art since childhood. Her oil on canvas works feature a satirical blend of Instagram-perfect life, employing a palette that captures the facade of social media with both skepticism and allure. Her art evokes a sense of irony and contemplation on the curated fakeness we often encounter online.
Eva Gamayun (b. 1990, currently based on Earth) is a self-taught mixed-media artist specializing in the genre of surrealism.Her artworks depict subjects in dream-like states, often dissolving into their surroundings like mirages.
Michael Knepper is an experienced artist based in Germany whose paintings have been exhibited nationally, as well as in the United States, Sweden, and China.
Elena Khmeleva, who is also known as Yelena Khmelyova, was born in Saint Petersburg, Russia in 1966. In 1986, she attended the Saint Peteresburg Academy of Fine Arts graduating with exceptional grades.
My journey with art has been lifelong, with animals being a constant muse. Yet, it was the enchanting landscapes of Scotland that beckoned me to dive deeper into oil paintings.
Michiel Folkers a.k.a. Gieler (1982) started doing graffiti in the late nineties. For years he remained active spraying letters. When he got older, and more ‘mature’ and tired of the fights which are accompanied with this hobby, graffiti slowly evolved in streetart.
Based in Montpellier, French artist Patrice Murciano has achieved international success, and his self named ‘NEW POP” style, is now immediately recognisable.
A childhood compulsion to draw led Scott Rohlfs into the world of art, where his unique take on 21st century womanhood has given us some of the most cutting-edge depictions of womanhood on canvas in recent years. Born in Alaska but raised in the vary contrasting landscapes of California, Scott sketched throughout his teens, strongly feeling the pull of portraiture and early influences including supermodels Naomi Campbell and Kate Moss.
Working primarily with calligraphy inks, graphite and liquids, such as tea, Griffiths’ fascination with drawing focuses on the creation and manipulation of the drawn line. Images explore human, geometric and floral forms, in a combination of both literal and abstract translation and in response to images and situations encountered in daily life.