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Nagy was born and raised in a small town called Rimavská Sobota in Slovakia which lies in the heart of Europe. He grew up in a family of musicians. Since a very young age, Tibor found himself deeply connected with nature and graphic expression in many forms felt very natural to him. Experience gained in nature and experience in artistic field constantly complemented each other. This created a strong basis which influenced his entire artistic development as well as remaining an endless source of inspiration for him as a self-taught artist. Read More
Was born in 1975 in Omsk, Russia, a Siberian town. His father, who died when Gleb was six, was a merited artist of the Soviet Union, and his grandfather was an architect. His mother currently owns a gallery in Omsk. Gleb's talent was discovered during his early childhood and he began selling his work at the age of 15. He studied at an art academy in St Petersburg, and from 1989 to 1995 continued as a student in the master class of Valerij Kullkov.
American Academy of Art, Chicago, IL
Academy of Art University, San Francisco, Ca.
She studied at the American Academy of Art in Chicago and the Academy of Art University in San Francisco, but didn’t realize long after the studies, and after a career in animal welfare, that the painting is what she wants to do in life. She continues to be active in such organizations, but deep inside knows the art is what she wants to do. The joy of creating pretty much anything with her hands, and the spontaneous feeling and the physicality are all present in the painting. The endless possibilities of paint along with her love for the city and the animals, her cats especially, make a combination which is a dream for every artist.
Well-known landscape artist, member of the Chinese Artists Association, Vice-President of the Suzhou Academy of Chinese Painting, was born in Suzhou in 1942.
He was graduated from the Suzhou Institute of Arts and Crafts in 1962. Having mastered a solid and intensive understanding of the works of classical European masters and modern impressionism, he later changed his interest to the creation of Chinese landscape painting. In recent years, he has visited Japan, Britain, America, Hong Kong and other places where he held his one-man shows and participated in cultural exchanges. His works received high acclaim and are now in permanent collections in museums and galleries in China and abroad. His name is listed in "America's Who's Who" and the "International Who's Who" published by the Centre of International Who's Who in Cambridge, Britain. Mr Liu has already had ten painting albums being published.
His style has been described as “Russian realism,” a combination of traditional realism and impressionism. The Russian artists who exerted the greatest influence on his work include masters like Korovin, Turjanskiy, Korjev, Stojarov, and Ukin. The Western artists he considers most influential to his work—his “real teachers”—were van Gogh and Monet. “The style and manner of my work helps me understand the relationships between colors without the viewer being distracted by detail,” says Trofimov. “This helps create a true impression of the subject I am creating.”
Jordi Ezquerra Feliu, Barcelona (Spain) 1952
Architect graduated from Universitat Politécnica de Catalunya
Jordi Feliu received bachelor's and master's degree in Fine Art in
The Savannah College of Art and Design.
The current Working Feliu is a mixture of oil paint, acrylic paint and encaustic painting techniques.
These techniques have given him the opportunity to experiment within the realm of mixed media.
His paintings are often layered with multiple combinations of colors that enhance the surface, creating a tactile effect.
His paintings seem to come together with your imagination, and yet in a purely abstract level if you approach them.
Most of their work is impressionist and is not rooted in a particular place, but instead speaks of a mood or general feeling of being surrounded by nature.His style is current with contemporary thoughts on the abstract nature and the image plane. Read More
Josef Kote/New York
Born in 1963, Lisa Noonis showed artistic talent as a child and continued to pursue painting throughout her early life. After a brief detour through engineering, she studied art, communications, and advertising in college and later founded a successful commercial design firm. She left the business world in 2004 and established her studio in Kittery, Maine.
Mainly self-taught, her work is rooted equally in abstraction and the figurative traditions of Moderns such as Paul Cezanne and Giorgio Morandi, Noonis' work combines intention with the expressive mark, unexpected color, exposed canvas, and visible imperfection.
Alexandr Zavarin, lives and creates most of his artworks in Moscow, Russia. He graduated from the Stroganov Moscow State University of Arts and Industry (Stroganovka), and active member of the Russian Union of Artists. He participates frequently in various group and individual art exhibitions in Russia. Alexander actually got passion for drawing during his service in the Russian Army.
Andre Kohn, Russia
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Royal Ontario Museum. Ontario
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