Aja Trier is a contemporary artist from the USA who evokes memories of Vincent Van Gogh in her own style. ” Although I’ve been painting since my age was measured in months (my mom, a toll painter, would give me scraps of wood from her projects, a cup of water, and a brush for me to “paint” with….) I really became serious with it in ’99 during my last years of high school. Resigned to my profession I was accepted to Montserrat College of Art on scholarship and concentrated on painting.
Pier Toffoletti was born in 1957 in the province of Udine. His passion for painting was quickly apparent. In June 2015 he was invited to exibit at EXPO CITTA’ inside the circuit MILAN EXPO 2015 at the Palace of Giureconsulti in Milan.
Ewa Pronczuk-Kuziak is a Polish contemporary artist who lives and works in Warsaw, Poland. She studied Polish Philology at the Warsaw University, Fine Arts at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts (Antwerp, Belgium), and Painting at the Academy of Fine Arts (Warsaw, Poland) where she obtained an MFA in Painting.
Silvio Porzionato was born in Moncalieri (Italy) in 1971. He is a figurative painter who prefers oil painting on large canvases using photographs taken of friends and people he met on the street who inspired him.
Esther Barend was born in an artistic family in the Netherlands. After finishing her studies, she established herself as a designer of jewellery in Eindhoven (The Netherlands).
Igor Andrianov (date of birth – 29th of February, 1959) is better known as Shulman, the trade mark name with which he signs his artwork. He has exhibited in over 30 art shows. Russia, Czech, Sweden, France, and Holland are but a few of the countries his art works have been featured in galleries and exhibitions.
Born and raised in the West Midlands, Richard Blunt always aspired to be creative. Following in his family’s footsteps, art was always an all-encompassing force in the teenager’s life.
Dave Pollot is a New York based artist who is known for his altered thrift art paintings. He finds unwanted artwork and adds his own touch – most often pop culture parodies – and in doing so, bridges the divide between classic and pop art.
Rainer Augur tries to capture the special moments of life on canvas in order to transmit emotions to the viewer.