Serge Marshennikov was born in 1971 in Ufa in the USSR. Serge painted from a very young age, and his mother encouraged his study of art, arranging private lessons and studies in art studios.
Xie Chuyu ( 谢楚余 ) is an associate professor in the Oil Painting Department of Guangzhou Academy of Fine Arts. Painter of Guangdong Academy of Fine Arts. Since 1989, five solo exhibitions have been held in Guangzhou, Taiwan and Singapore.
Matt Abraxas studied from the world-renown Ted Seth Jacobs in the Anjou region of France, and then from Jeffrey Watts at the Watts Atelier in California. These two approaches of education continue to influence Matt’s painting and his appreciation for an academic study of art.
Renso Castaneda was born in Lima Peru in 1970 – Graduated from the National Superior School of Fine Arts of Peru.
Zhaoming Wu ( 吴兆铭 ) was born in 1955 in Guangzhou (China). In 1979 he graduated from Shanghai College of Light Industry, majoring in decorative arts and modeling.
Andrew Atroshenko was born in 1965 in the city of Pokrovsk, Russia. Accepted as a gifted child in 1977 into the Children’s Art School, Andrew graduated with honors in 1981. Two years later, Andrew entered Bryansk Art College, and in 1991 was accepted at one of the most prestigious art schools in the world, the St. Petersburg Academy of Art.
Seth Couture uses acrylic paints and mediums to achieve the effect of layers, vibrant color, and high energy. His works feature an emotional translation through the use of bold movement, harmony, and cool atmospheric colors.
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.
Born on May 23, 1968 in Sofia (Bulgaria), talented artist Victoria Stoyanova has created a gallery of fantasy paintings reflecting the mystery of female beauty. According to her biography, before starting her artistic career in 1997 Victoria worked very successfully as a fashion designer. In her colorful paintings she sets light and darkness in harmony, and here human warmth and wisdom dominate. Somewhat kaleidoscopic, her technique is harmonious change of light and darkness, colors and plots, where the human body is always in the forefront. Victoria’s paintings revere old traditions, a hint of long-standing wisdom and reproach to modern aesthetics, which appeared at the end of the XX century.