Alan Fearnley was born in Yorkshire in 1942 and studied at Batley College of Art. After college, he worked for several years as an illustrator at a commercial studio, after which he went on an independent voyage. In 1974, Fearnley became a member of the Aviation Artists Guild, and was awarded the BAC Trophy and Quantas Trophy for his work on aviation. A little later, Fearnley accepted into the guild of railway artists and the Royal Society of Marinists.
Talented artist Dorina Costras was born on 1st of August 1967 in Iasi, Romania. Professional artist Dorina Costras worked as a designer and a teacher of fine arts. She paints from imagination and the favorite theme – costumes and masks of carnival. Dorina Costras also depicts a fantastic universe with the atmosphere of the history away from our days. Dorina Costras’s art – Elegant Surrealism, with a sensual erotic flavor. Mature Fantasy Art in vibrant colors, futuristic polished images that make you think.
Vie Dunn-Harr, Painter. Born in San Antonio, Texas (USA) in 1953. Dunn-Harr found her artistic expression slowly, yet deliberately, and continues to explore the many possibilities in the arts. … She derived much of her early experience from the traditional Warren Hunter School of Art and continues to embrace formalism.
Born into an artistic family, Carrie Graber was encouraged to explore her artistic endeavors. From a very young age Carrie was always fascinated with the human figure. At the early age of 3-4, it was evident that she was destined to draw and paint. Her artistic family encouraged her studies at the esteemed Art Center in California, where she received a full scholarship and graduated with distinguished honors. Carrie released her initial body of work in 1998, at only 23 years of age. She continues to accumulate an impressive amount of accolades and awards with each new collection.
Born April 21, 1948 in Rome, Dario started to sketch as a very young child. At the age of six, his talent for art was encouraged with the gift of a small set of watercolors from an uncle, himself a painter. When he was 14, Dario was bedridden with a kidney ailment for three months, and his father gave him his first oil paints to cheer him up. As soon as he began to work with them, there was a sense of familiarity of being able to easily express himself in this medium. This experience influenced him profoundly to continue with his art. After graduating with honors from an industrial design course, Dario spent time concentrating on painting in the classical style, mostly still lifes. In 1967 he entered his first art competition in Norma, Italy.
Omar Ortiz is a Mexican painter. He was born in Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico in 1977, where he still resides. Omar Ortiz currently works with oil painting because he considers it the noblest technique. His work is characterized as minimalistic – hyperrealism where the human body is predominate with texture-filled backgrounds and a magical use of fabric.
Yan Yaya (燕娅娅) is a Chinese artist born in 1964. She completed her art graduation from the Gansu Northwest National Institute and started her career as an a designer for the Gansu museum. ... She won the China's Best New Artist award and several other prestigious awards throughout her artistic life.
Born in Los Angeles, California, Chris Dellorco did not always have dreams of being an artist; he graduated from U.C. Berkeley with a degree in Developmental Economics. However, it was not long before Dellorco felt the pull of a more creative field and switched his career to illustrative work. Entirely self-taught, Dellorco’s career has spanned all aspects of illustration; he has done notable work in film, children’s products, and books.