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In a rich, well-recognized career spanning over four decades, the artist has perfected a technique in which subject matter and material are intimately connected. Just like the fourteenth-century masters before him, Pelleschi creates his own pigment by grinding natural minerals. Click on the image for the full view.
"Depending on the stroke and pressure used, I can get various effects to come out. The random and beautiful patterns that one can create are infinite. I try to create artwork that is whimsical and allows the viewers to go on an adventure and to travel to another world. I want my work to be soulful, tickle the senses and please the eyes." - Tike
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Butyrsky was born in the city of Kamensk-Uralsky, Russia in 1963. Years later, he entered the Academy of Art in St. Petersburg, Russia, and studied in the "monumental painting" studio under the guidance of People's Artist of the Russian Federation, professor Andrey Andreevich Malnikov. Click on the image for the full view.
The studio of Sergio and Massimo has, since 1984, been offering authentic masks worked in a centuries-old craft of papier-mâché. The brothers’ work has gained notoriety in Europe, international fashion design, Shakespeare festivals worldwide, and in film. Click on the image for the full view.
Calderón was born in Madrid, Spain in 1955. He is a self-taught artist with an immense amount of talent and love of natural beauty. He approaches the canvas with passion in an effort to convey a vibrant sense of light, especially capturing the reflections on rainy days. Click on the image for the full view.
Chertoff is a graduate of Brooklyn’s prestigious Pratt Institute. She describes her handmade paper assemblages as “tapestries.” Layered and textured, they are pure assimilation of Japanese aesthetics. They are hand-dyed fiber, poured, and laminated onto flexible screens. Click on the image for the full view.
Stefano Coccioli was born in La Spezia, Italy in 1955. From childhood, Coccioli was influenced by his artistic family members: His uncle, Carlo Coccioli, is a world-famous writer, journalist, and painter, and his American aunt is an avant-garde painter. His early introduction to art inclined him to study at the Academy of Fine Arts in Milano. Click on the image for the full view.
Vakhtang was born in 1968 in Armenia. He graduated from the Yerevan Fine Art and Theatrical Academy. Vakhtang takes his inspiration from the serenity of the late Italian Gothic art and Renaissance painting, which reflect literary myths exalting the intelligence and perfection of man and the ideals of pure beauty, both platonic and humanistic. Click on the image for the full view.
Ms. Dong's passion for art was initially influenced by her father. From the age of five, he taught her both calligraphy and traditional Chinese art. In 1980, the US Consul General in Shanghai was so impressed with her Chinese paintings, that he granted her a visa to study western art in the United States. Her use of color is sensitive, and her interpretation of life's details and nature is evocative. Click on the image for the full view.
Born in Chile, Kristian studied at the School of Fine Arts in Viña del Mar, Chile, and the School of Ceramics in Oslo, Norway. While in Norway, he was a member of the professional Billedkunstner Artists. Kristian is a master realist. His paintings include still life, portraits, and mythological subjects. Click on the image for the full view.
Cecille was born in South Africa and has lived in Israel, Switzerland, and London, traveling extensively through Europe. Her work references African and a variety of ethnic influences gathered during her travels, and especially poignant intrigue being bodies in movement, influenced by seeing tribal dancers in her youth in Africa. Click on the image for the full view.
Evelyn Lee was born in Guangzhou, China in 1964. There she studied at the prestigious Guangzhou Academy of Fine Arts.
"I believe the shape, light, and color exudes the most emotional content. I often paint my subjects in a certain hue and rework and layer with brush strokes and textures to create vivid breath onto the canvas to tell the stories about light and color in each painting for people to imagine and experience." - Evelyn Lee
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Originally from Córdoba, a picturesque town in the Spanish province of Andalucía, Ms. León grew up surrounded by her grandmother’s art from whom she received an early introduction to oil on canvas.. Ms. León’s work focuses on a variety of subjects that reflect her emotions and surroundings. Click on the image for the full view.
Dmitry Mkrtchyan was born in 1973 in Yerevan Armenia, surrounded by the rich multi-century tradition of art specific to the region. Dmitry is vastly influenced by Albrecht Dürer’s works. He is recognized as one of the most influential artists in Armenia in the mastery of classical engraving, he likes to experiment with colors, unorthodox forms and tries to adhere to an art-deco style. Click on the image for the full view.
Lu Zhiyang was born in China and graduated from Guangzhou Academy of Fine Arts. Lu Zhiyang’s abstract painting is characterized by the purity of color, the blur of light and shadow, and the conception of calm and silence.
By transforming the complex impressionistic landscape, hazy tranquility, and dreamy illusion revealed in his works, the reverence of his subject looms with variegated light and texture. Click on the image for the full view.
Zjawinski is an exceptional sculptor whose expertise lies in his truly unforgettable bronze work. Zjawinkski has studied at the Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, NY, and at the Academy of Art in San Francisco. Zjawinski's mastery of sculpture and bronze work has been recognized by several awards as well as national and international fellowships and grants. Click on the image for the full view.