Painter, sculptor, illustrator and author of comic strips, Valentin Tanase was born on September 6, 1954, in Iasi (Romania). In 1978, he graduated from the “Nicolae Grigorescu” Fine Arts Institute in Bucharest, since 1981 he has been a member of the Romanian Fine Arts Union, and in 1997 he became director of the Army Fine Arts Studio.
Born in 1960 in Chamaliéres (France), François Lassere is a self-taught artist, and although he practices different artistic techniques with equal ease, he is fortunately an atypical artist who works beyond fashions. Thus, he created a kind of pictorial movement that he called “oppositionism”.
Rosmery Mamani Ventura (born October 27, 1985) is a Bolivian painter. Her works are characterized by a high level of realism and detail. She was born in the province of Omasuyos, in the town of Cajiata on the shores of Lake Titicaca, where she lived until 1998.
Safia Bollini is a painter born in 1966 in Sézanne (France), currently living in Royan (France). Her influences are multiple. From a French mother and a Moroccan father, Safia inherits two cultures; already the search for a balance from the contrasts emerges.
Born in 1974 in North Wales, Kerry began to develop a passion for art through her love of old picture books. As a child she was captivated by the illustrations of Arthur Rackham, Edmund Dulac and Aubrey Beardsley and later on she grew to love the Pre-Raphaelites and Art Nouveau.
Vijender Sharma is an Indian painter who was born in Delhi in 1962. Fantasies, mythical characters and sacred epics have always been a part of his inspiration. His surrealist artworks depicting a striking and expressive scenario are like a sheer veil between the human reality and spiritual fantasy.
Lin Chunxiao (林纯孝) was born in 1943 in Guangdong (China). He is now a member of the Guangdong Artists Association and a painter at the Shantou Painting Institute. Lin Chunxiao has been engaged in oil painting for over thirty years and has always followed the concept of “aesthetics only”.
Elena Parau is a Romanian painter whose works have been widely exhibited on a national level, as well as in Poland, the United States, Canada, Switzerland, Taiwan, and Colombia.
Andrey Poletaev is an award winning artist who creates incredibly complex artwork using a basic ballpoint pen. The collection of his works presents a dynamic and varied offering of one of the most exclusive art forms produced today.