Noa Palmisano is not just an artist. He is an eclectic visionary. His sensitivity has led him to travel since he was a child.He experiences cultures and thus passes through secret knowledge made of ancient languages, deep secrets, unknown rituals.
A graduate of the Art Center College of Design, Natalia Fabia began showing her art in group exhibitions around Los Angeles in the early 2000’s, establishing herself as a contender in the figurative painting arena.
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.
Lin Chunxiao (林纯孝) was born in 1943 in Guangdong (China). He is now a member of the Guangdong Artists Association and a painter at the Shantou Painting Institute. Lin Chunxiao has been engaged in oil painting for over thirty years and has always followed the concept of “aesthetics only”.
Vasyl Khodakivskyi is an established artist from Ukraine whose paintings have been featured in solo and group shows internationally.
Serdnova Anastasija was born in Ukraine in 1994. Between 2009 and 2013, she attended the School of Culture in Melitopol, where she graduated in arts and crafts, and in 2016 she graduated from Zaporizhzhya National University.
Jose Alonso Loaiza is a classical, romantic and Renaissance artist. Jose Alonso was never part of a formal art program or training school. Instead he learned from his own personal studies of an art style which appealed to him more than any other, the Italian Renaissance. He cites Michaelangelo, Raphael, Donatello and Da Vinci as his greatest inspirations.
William Adolph Bouguereau (November 30, 1825, La Rochelle – August 19, 1905, the same place) was a French painter and artist, a prominent representative of French academism in the second half of the 19th century.
Born 1980 in San Francisco, California, Aaron Nagel began drawing as a child and gradually made his way to painting. Upon discovering oils in his early twenties, he became enamored with the medium and has been obsessed ever since.