Todd Lockwood was born in Boulder, Colorado, USA. Lockwood received his education at The Art Institute of Colorado, in Denver, Colorado, and went to work immediately in the design and advertising world.
Terry Avon Redlin (July 11, 1937 – April 24, 2016) was an American artist popular for painting outdoor themes and wildlife, often pictured in twilight. During the 1990s he was frequently named “America’s most popular artist” in annual gallery surveys conducted by U.S. Art magazine.
Alice Pasquini’s artwork is seen not only on urban surfaces and walls, but also in galleries and museums in more than one hundred different cities around the world.
Marcin Mikolajczak is a contemporary Polish artist. He began his adventure with painting by creating realistic prints of London. Living in England and observing the life of the great city “from the inside”, he brilliantly showed the image of centuries-old monuments and monuments woven into the rhythm of everyday life.
Muriel Barclay was born in Glasgow. She studied History and Philosophy at Edinburgh University before leaving Scotland for London, where she worked at a Mayfair art gallery.
Have you ever wondered whether our existence is cyclical or linear? It’s an interesting question that our ancestors have also pondered, with answers coming from all over the world and from all cultures. This article is about a couple of well-known cultures that have perceived existence as cyclical.
Janet Knight is an established Melbourne-based professional artist with works secured by international and Australian collectors. With painting experience of over 25 years, Janet graduated from Ballarat University majoring in graphic design. Janet’s current works are an indication of her dedication to her passion and her field.
Fabio Fabbi (18 July 1861, Bologna – 24 September 1946, Casalecchio di Reno) was an Italian Orientalist painter and illustrator. He studied painting and sculpture with Augusto Rivalta, at the Academy of Fine Arts, Florence, where he would become a Professor in 1893.
Born 1978 in Denver, Colorado Amanda Sage is an artist using her painting as a tool for spiritual and planetary growth and transformation.