Rosmery Mamani Ventura (born October 27, 1985) is a Bolivian painter. Her works are characterized by a high level of realism and detail. She was born in the province of Omasuyos, in the town of Cajiata on the shores of Lake Titicaca, where she lived until 1998.
Nathan Walsh is a contemporary painter whose hyperrealist cityscapes take familiar views of New York, Paris, Chicago, and other metropolises and transforms them into alternate realities free from the chaos of urban life. Walsh studied at the Liverpool School of Art and Design and received his MFA from the University of Hull.
Emil Mlynarcik is a contemporary Slovak painter. He was born in 1960 in the village of Vernár (Slovakia). His paintings with the theme of landscape and still lifes, show our everyday life, but also retreating the magical forest, rural wooden houses and old districts disappear.
Péter Duhaj is a contemporary Hungarian painter. He was always attracted by the colors, shapes, a moment, the capture of an emotion.
Stephen Fox was born in Richmond, Virginia, in 1957. By the fourth grade he knew he would be an artist of some kind—his earliest serious work was drawing and inking his own comic books.
A passionate artist, Andreea Ionela Berindei began to paint at a very young age. She cites the source of her creativity to rest in her unwavering dedication to her belief in her faith.
Marc Figueras was born in Barcelona in 1981 and trained at the “Escola d’Arts i Oficis” de Barcelona.
Sarah Fecteau is a Quebec artist born in Thetford Mines on August 24th 1983. As a young girl, Sarah developed a passion for drawing and a dedication to detail that would characterize her work throughout her career. She became highly influenced by the American hyperrealism movement began experimenting with acrylics in that style.
Piotr Topolski was born in 1960 in Kielce. He studied at the Academy of Fine Arts in Krakow. He specializes in painting oil portraits. The artist creatively draws upon the traditional painting style of the Old Masters.