Laura is a contemporary painter who mostly uses watercolor to depict feathered creatures. Her work is inspired by our connection to ocean and land and approaches artmaking as a meditative process. Laura uses methods influenced by East Asian calligraphy to paint realistic birds in her works.
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.
Bulgarian artist Maria Ilieva was born in 1973 in Sofia. In 1991 she graduated from National School of Fine Arts, and in 1997, the National Academy of Fine Arts in Sofia, with speciality Mural Painting.
After leaving Cheltenham Art College and Sotheby’s Institute London, Richard first became well known for his Mural work.
Vasyl Khodakivskyi is an established artist from Ukraine whose paintings have been featured in solo and group shows internationally.
Maia Siradze was born in 1971 in Georgia, now works and lives in the Netherlands. She was drawing since her childhood.
Cesar Santos is known for his figurative works, which juxtaposed classical esthetics and contemporary philosophy drawn from his diverse life experiences. His work has been exhibited in the United States, Europe, Latin America and Asia; including the Museum of Art and Design in Miami, Villa Bardini Museum in Florence, the National Gallery in Costa Rica and the Bejing World Art Museum in China.
Tony Hinchliffe’s figurative art is designed to portray intimacy and to create a powerful mood which is charged with emotion.
Born in the city of Bucaramanga (Colombia), from his youth entered the drawing and painting always showing interest in the human figure in all its facets and attitudes.