Ching Che ( 林經哲 )
Lin Ching Che ( 林經哲 ), is a watercolor artist, a member of the Taiwan International Watercolor Association, a full member of the China Asia-Pacific Watercolor Art Association, graduated from the Fine Arts Institute of Taiwan Normal University.
Vasil Goranov’s classical realism. Vasil Goranov is one of the most recognizable Bulgarian artists on historical themes. The future master of the brush won his first competition only at the age of 4, as his first professional meeting with the world of fine arts took place at the University of Veliko Tarnovo, where he graduated in Painting.
” I have been interested in drawing and painting since youth, and had a rigorous arts education.I have been much influenced by the Flemish, Dutch, Italian, Spanish, and French great masters. I saw in their multi-faceted work multiple windows toward the absolute. Then Dali showed me what kinds of possibilities dwell within the domain of the “real” and what the artists can make of it. After a time of experimenting in several directions such as cubism, constructivism, and abstractionism and using various techniques, I came back to the kind of painting that best expresses who I am.'' - Victor Hagea
Aga Osak graduated from artistic studies at the Institute of Fine Arts at the University of Rzeszów (Poland) in 2008. Over the years, she created sculptures, photographs, fancy costumes, and painted at the same time. Thanks to these activities, she developed her artistic skills, looking for new techniques, combinations and going deeper and deeper into the world of imagination and fantasy. In her work, she tries to bring out for others the images that dance in it and just waiting to be created.
Wang Niandong ( 王念东 )
Wang Niandong (王念东) was born in Sichuan, China, in 1978. He has studied at Central Academy of Fine Art in Beijing, and the oil painting department of Sichuan Fine Art Institute in Chongqing, where he is now an associate professor.''Walking into Wang Niandong’s studio, you may feel like being surrounded by all the “girls”. Be it the finished product or a sketch, or a piece of work reserved as record, all are depictions of pretty ladies. Extremely interested in young women, undoubtedly the painter is a man, to be exact, an oil painter portraying the female body from a man’s perspective.'' Xu Zhiteng Art Space ( 徐之腾艺术空间 )
Nicholas Hely Hutchinson
Born in 1955, Nicholas Hely Hutchinson studied at St. Martins School of Art and Bristol Polytechnic (Fine Art), England. Since his first one-man exhibition in 1984 Nicholas has exhibited consistently in London, Dublin and Hong Kong. His paintings have increasingly become more in demand and now feature in many private and corporate collections.
'' I’m a realist artist residing in the Vallejo, California. While oil is my favorite medium, I also work in graphite, charcoal, acrylic, and gouache. My artwork reflects on themes of values and exquisite beauty, real or imaginary. Through the lens of classical art admiration, and behind the aesthetic surface, many of my work critique on how we derive values and meanings from myth, folklore, legend, and the generality of storytelling. '' Trung Cao
Gavin Glakas grew up in Bethesda, Maryland (USA) and started drawing about the time he started walking. He studied at Washington University in St. Louis and the Slade School of Fine Art in London. Following graduation, he spent a year in Athens, Greece, working as an illustrator. After returning to the U.S., Glakas spent a year and a half working on Capitol Hill as a Senate staffer. He had planned to go to law school but, after an eight-month illness culminating in the removal of a tumor from his lung at the age of 24, decided to pursue his lifelong ambition of a career as an artist.
Lucy Grossmith’s paintings are inspired by the Suffolk countryside (England) and its wildlife. ”I grew up in the countryside so I have always been surrounded and inspired by nature. One of my favourite things to do is walk…I sketch and make mental notes whilst out and about which then become ingredients for my paintings – a hare dashing across my path, wildflowers swishing in the breeze, birds singing in the hedgerows.
'' I am a full time artist because I cannot imagine spending my time without a brush in my hand, paint on my clothes, and beauty flowing out of my heart. I hope you enjoy my work as much as I have enjoyed creating it. If you have any questions, please contact me and thank you for considering using one of my paintings to add a little color and joy to your life.” Monika Luniak