Joseph Skala has created his own unique style combining finely detailed representations of figures and objects with cosmic flowing energetic patterns of light. His dream-like art carries with it esoteric symbolism and mythical icons of divine spiritual beings.
Stefan Hadzi Nikolov was born in 1955 in Skopje (North Macedonia). He finishes the Pedagogical Academy, with a focus on fine arts education in 1975. He has organized 75 solo exhibitions and was featured in over 200 group exhibitions.
Tony Quimbel is a boundless admirer of the wonderful beauty of nature, inspired by the romantic masters of the 19th century. His paintings invite the viewer to enter the canvas and simply blend in with pleasure.
Creative activity of Alexey Golovin, whose range of interests in art is wholly determined by the classical tradition, to our mind, serves as a good illustration to the above considerations.
Johnny Morant (b.1982) is a visual artist exploring themes of sustainability and social awareness. Morant attended art school in Bristol and Bournemouth and has lived in London and Amsterdam.
Adak Jamshidzadeh, an Iranian Artist, has a talent for making art out of anything…spilled coffee, juice…even make-up.
Ramiro Ramirez Cardona is a Colombian painter who was born in 1954 in the village of Chinchina in Caldas. It was almost cosmically decided that he would become an artist as he grew up in a family full of self-taught painters and sculptors.
Jim Warren began painting and selling his art in high school over 40 years ago. Now considered a “Living Legend of the Art World”, Jim continues to create his unique style of art seen the world over.
Oleg Turchin is a Moldovan artist, born in 1964.His paintings ranges from realism, surrealism to hyperrealism. He studied at the Sciusev children’s art school under the direction of V.B. Bulba.