Nathan Miller’s journey began as a child. He enjoyed drawing animals, people, dragons and dinosaurs. The Florida native was always known as the artist in the classroom. At the age of 15, he moved to Jerusalem, Israel, because of his father’s work. During his high school years, Nathan traveled to Kenya and Uganda, which would influence his art for years to come.
Jon Ching is a self-trained artist originally from Kaneohe, Hawaii and currently lives and works in Los Angeles, California. Steeped in the natural beauty of O’ahu, Hawai’i, his island upbringing instilled in him indigenous lessons of appreciation and respect for nature, forming the foundation of his fascination with the natural and wild world, which deeply influences and drives his work.
Alejandro DeCinti is a Chilean-Italian painter, graduate of the University of Fine Arts in Chile. He has lived in Spain since 2001. He is admitted to the Faculty of Arts of the University of Chile, being awarded the Academic Excellence Scholarship in the 1991 admission process to Chilean universities.
Luis E Toledo
Born in Santa Clara, Villa Clara Cuba in October, 1989. “ My work opens a door to a dreamlike world, magical, idyllic, where I create a parallel universe, a personal reflection of reality. Not satisfied by the world we live in, I create a surreal refuge that helps me face everyday life.” – Luis E Toledo
Internationally award-winning, Olivier Lamboray (1968) is a Belgian Surrealist painter who currently lives in Germany. He has been painting since 1992 and has had many successful exhibitions in Belgium, USA, Monaco, Australia, Italy, England, Germany, France, Thailand, The Netherlands, Indonesia, and Guinea.
Istvan Cene Gal
István Cene gál was born in 1969 in Salgótarján, Hungary. He studied artistic drawing under the guidance of first Ödön Iványi, then Péter Földi. He also studied art history in a course led by Professor Dr. Lajos Végvári at the Association of Art in Miskolc. He got his degree at the College Department of the university DOTE EU.
Leigh Hooker is an Australian Artist bringing life to her canvas exploring dimensions of experience both cultural and emotional. “I bring to my canvases a life of seeking. Exploring dimensions of experience both cultural and emotional. This has melded into an intuitive style of painting. My life was grounded in family as a wife and mother of five. Always continuing my painting and studies. Now the joy is in the unparalleled power of art to express that inner calling I’ve had all my life really”. – Leigh Hooker
Artsrun Sanasari Asatryan (1993) is an Armenian artist. He graduated from the Yerevan Academy of Fine Arts. Artsrun has chosen to work in the Cubist style. His favorite subjects are mountain landscapes (Artsrun lives in Spitak, a small mountain town) and female images. In Artsrun art, women are a symbol of purity, clarity and truth.
Jose De la Barra
Jose De la Barra was born on 6th August 1956 in Peru. He has created a dream-like world through his expressing the internal and external fantasies of his imagination with his precise talents in painting and drawing. The expressions and the sensual movements that appear in each piece, create mystic allegories about the universe.
Carole Assié is a painter from Toulouse, holder of a degree in plastic arts and has lived for several years in the Lèze valley (France). At the beginning of October 2021, Carole Assié opened her Galerie Atelier studio gallery. The doors of her gallery are open to several painters: Eléonore Masson, Clair Horveno and Didier Trèlia, Igor Bertrand and his ink creations. The works of the ceramic sculptor Myriam Laurent alias “Myr”, find their place there.
Manú Menéndez is a mexican multidisciplinary artist who works and lives in Berlin, Germany. His universe of art creations is influenced by diverse artistic expressions such as video games, anime, design, street art, fantastic art as well as ancestral and current world cultures, shamanism and folklore.