Allison Reimold is a Los Angeles native and nature enthusiast who currently works in the entertainment industry illustrating posters for film and TV.
Jonathan Solter is an American artist specializing in unique psychedelic forms such as higher dimensional travel, ancient civilizations and animism. At an early age Jonathan created mazes and labyrinths, envisioning new worlds from his imagination and nature. After high school, Jonathan explored psychedelic art.
Yousuke Kawashima 川嶋 陽介 was born in Japan in 1978. While he was still attending High School, he realized his first exhibition.
Nikolaos Kafasis, also known as Nikolas Tower, is an emerging artist and Illustrator, born in Greece in 1998. Coming from a house of artists, his love for arts, especially drawing and painting, sprouted from a very young age.
Heidi Taillefer was born in 1970, and lives and works in Montreal, Quebec. She attended weekly art classes as a child at the La Palette art school in Beaconsfield, Quebec, focusing on watercolour and various types of mediums.
As soon as you speak with painter Sebastian Wandl, one of the top photorealistic artists of Germany it is instantly obvious that he is an optimistic free spirit. When he starts to talk about his artistic evolution it becomes evident that his artistic path is shaped by a good portion of luck and a whole lot of hard work.
Katerina Teresidi (born 1989), grown up in Russia, Greece, Switzerland and Austria, graduated from Art University Linz, Austria. The paintings of Katharina Teresidi have been presented in austrian and international exhibitions, the works remain in private and public collections.
Jonas Kunickas was born in 1978 in Lithuania. He studied architecture and received his Master’s degree in Architecture in 2002. Jonas Kunickas worked as an architect and interior designer in Lithuania and the UK for ten years. However, his greatest passion has always been painting.
Amahi MORI ( 森 天飛 ) is a Japanese artist. “ I want the human figure in my artwork to seem real. While drawing, I am aware of my own physical sensations. That energy is then transferred into the form that manifests on my canvas. Recognizing that, I am reminded of my own existence – which is important – but it’s not the only thing that matters.