V. V. Sapar, is a fine artist from India-Maharashtra. He speaks through colours, and tell stories through his canvas. In his words; ”I had developed an interest in this art at the very early stage of my life and since then I am worshipping and trying to master this art of colours to make my life worthwhile.
Svetlana Valueva was born in Moscow in 1966. She studied art at the Surikov Art School for seven years. After graduating from school, Svetlana studied art at the Surikov Moscow State Pedagogical Institute, and then spent a long internship at the Stuttgart Academy of Arts (Germany).
Roman Velichko was born in 1968 in Biysk (Russia). In 1993 he graduated from the Aircraft Institute, Flying Apparats Department in Harkov.
Ennio Montariello born May 1960 in Naples (Italy). In 1978 he graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts in Naples.His works are the pleasant result of a mixture between hyperrealism and surrealism aimed mainly at the subject of the nude and the female portrait.
PichiAvo (Pichi, b. 1977; Avo, b. 1985) is a duo of artists from Valencia (Spain). Recognised for their skill at creating connections between painting and sculpture in urban settings, they adopt a thoroughly innovative approach in their artistic fusions.
Carla Grace is a self taught artist with a love for wildlife and beautiful, high quality art work. Born in South Africa, Carla has immigrated 5 times and currently lives in Australia.
Marek Rużyk (1965) invites you to his world of light, color and water. Marek Ruzyk creates marine paintings, using oil on canvas technique, often against the backdrop of a dramatic sky – he continues the tradition of marine art from the Romantic Era.
Artist Koukei Kojima is a modern Japanese landscape painter who paints his paintings with natural dyes on silk in the style of “sansui” (paintings of mountains and waters), landscape painting in Japan.
Chinese artist Ji Shuwen paints her paintings in a traditional Chinese style. Delicate colors, a lot of realism and nevertheless, oriental unspokenness and mystery.