Xie Chuyu ( 谢楚余 ) is an associate professor in the Oil Painting Department of Guangzhou Academy of Fine Arts. Painter of Guangdong Academy of Fine Arts. Since 1989, five solo exhibitions have been held in Guangzhou, Taiwan and Singapore.
Ricardo Celma, born in Buenos Aires in 1975, showed his artistic talent as early as 1981 when he was 5 years old. He graduated from the Escuela Nacional de Bellas Artes Prilidiano Pueyrredón, where he studied from 1994-1998. His title obtained from these studies is Profesor Nacional de Pintura.
Casey Baugh’s work can be described as narrative impressionistic realism. Specializing in oil paint and charcoal, he began painting at the age of 13 and began selling professionally at age 17.
Matt Talbert is a contemporary oil painter living in Southern California. While he grew up at the beach, Matt attributes much of his artistic development to his years spent in New York City.
Ivan Slavinsky was born in Leningrad in 1968 and raised in a cultural and highly educated family. His father was a famous artist, the head of an “official” art movement, highly appreciated in the Soviet Union; his mother, wasan acknowledged art critic.
Arantza Sestayo (San Sebastián, Guipúzcoa, Spain) Spanish painter and illustrator. Her career path ranges from realistic illustration (Heavy Metal, Rebel Ink or SQP, USA) to children’s illustration (Psago Prinsessan Sweden) or comic strips (Rooie Oortjes Belgium).
Daniel Pawlowski is an artist from Poland, born on May 23, 1989 in Wloclawek.
Megan Elizabeth Read (b. 1982) is an American figurative artist living and working in Charlottesville, Virginia. Largely self-taught, she now works almost exclusively in oil with pieces ranging from small still life to large scale paintings mostly focusing on the female form.
Claire Bridge is an Australian artist, of Anglo-Indian and culturally Deaf (Auslan) heritage who works across ceramic sculpture, textiles, painting, video, sound/vocals, performance, and collaboration to explore body, gesture, voice and power, gendered violence, intergenerational legacies, and the labours of personal and cultural repair.