Artists

We currently represent the following 175 artists:

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  • A. Roy

    A. Roy takes his inspiration from artists all across the board, bringing in little bits and pieces of what he loves about each one and incorporating them into each of his works. Born in Bengal, Krishnagar, Roy has moved a lot throughout his life and has taken his cues from the colors, the landscapes and the life that he has witnessed throughout his journeys. This becomes evident when you look at his natural scenes full of serene waters, sprawling mountaintops, pleasant forests and tranquil fields.

  • Adolfo Ccolque Taipe

    Born in Cuzco in the year 1967, Adolfo Ccolque Taipe is an artist who spent his early childhood finding what he loved about art and chose to draw until around junior high school age. Once he was in junior high, he began to create landscape pieces. Eventually, he discovered his love of painting at around the age of 20.

  • Ahmed Kheder

    Ahmed Kheder is an oil painter that is self-taught. His work often focuses on still life images as well as people and animals. Semi-realistic, the work of Ahmed Kheder encompasses what he perceives to be the most important things in life. This includes music, nature, people and beautiful landscapes. The art that Ahmed Kheder produces is art that can appeal to anyone who is interested in taking a little time out of their day to appreciate the world around them.

  • Aleksandr Breskin

    A modern Ukrainian artist, Aleksandr Breskin has been a professional artist since the year 1974. He works in a number of different art techniques to create his unique pieces. He was educated in art schools since his childhood and continued his work in a number of academies and private art schools as he aged in order to fine-tune his work. Aleksandr Breskin's art has been featured in different exhibits across a number of different countries and has been a part of a few different Russian competitions.

  • Alexander Babich

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  • Alexandra Duhlinska

    Born in Bulgaria, Alexandra Duhlinska is a 29-year-old artist who has been creating art for more than half of her life. She graduated in the year 2010 with a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree and has since become a professional artist. Her work has been exhibited in many galleries from as early as the year 2008 until 2015. Alexandra Duhlinska uses a lot of different mediums in order to create her art, including crayons, pastels, watercolor, pencil, oil, acrylics and more. Her works are all very colorful and full of life; even the dimmer ones still tell tales of human life in a way that can only be described as vibrant.

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  • Andrei Autumn

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  • Andrzej Jucha

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  • Anna Sobko

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  • Anna Timshina

    Born in Perm, Russia, Anna Timshina has been creating art since she was a child. Her grandfather was also an artist and helped to guide her in her artistic abilities. Inspired by a love of arts from a young age, she attended art school to fine-tune the skills she'd practiced while young. She graduated from that art school and moved on to create paintings and other art pieces that spoke to her.

  • Bernadette Zeegers

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  • Chevassus-Agnes Jean-Pierre

    Chevassus-Agnes Jean-Pierre is an artist that has spent many years in academies and institutions to learn how to fine-tune his skills. The French painter learned to paint and come into his own style by studying the works of both western painters and Asian ones as well, combining their styles to create one of his own. Chevassus-Agnes Jean-Pierre has been featured in many exhibitions in his time, both on his own and as a part of a larger group of artists. He has been painting since the early 1960s and continues to do so to this day.

  • Connie Cruse

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  • Cristina Mihailescu

    Cristina Mihailescu is a self-taught artist who believes that it has always been her life's calling to paint. She did not start painting until the year 2013, but since then, she has been named Artist of the Month on several occasions from several different sources. Her paintings are a part of many different private collections, something she prides herself on.

  • Daniel Penna

    Daniel Penna is an artist who was born in Sao Paulo, Brazil, in May of 1951. He has been a part of a number of different exhibitions, both solo and collective. His works are in countries all around the world, and it is from all across the world that he takes his inspirations as well. Daniel Penna primarily paints buildings and landscapes in his work with occasional religious symbology found throughout them. There seems to be a focus on churches and other such buildings in many of his paintings. One of the paintings by Daniel Penna even features Jesus, Mary and Joseph to suggest he is in fact painting from a place of religious feeling.

  • Debarati Sarkar

    Born in the city of Kolkata, India in the year 1975, Debarati Sarkar has been deeply involved in creating works of art that express her way of thinking. Passionate about creating decorative paintings that are easily able to liven up any space, Debarati Sarkar creates works of art that are bubbly and alive, sure to add happiness and an uplifted feel to any room in which they are placed. A freelance artist with Masters of Art from Calcutta University, Debarati Sarkar's art can add color and vibrancy to the viewer’s life with just a quick glance at her pieces.

  • Dimitris Pavlopoulos

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  • Donald Maier

    Donald Maier is an artist who has been painting for most of his life. He began studying at the Newark School of Fine and Industrial Arts in Newark, New Jersey, in the year 1968. He won a number of awards for his work while there, including several first place prizes. From there, he went on to show his work in a variety of solo and group exhibitions all the same. He was inspired primarily by artist Winslow Holmes and began painting water colors at a young age. Since then, his style has morphed and changed into what it is today.

  • Edmundo Pita

    Born in Lima, Peru, Edmundo Pita is a self-taught artist who captures the way he sees life in a colorful way. He uses an impressionist style of art that brings together the unique images of life, both in the study of human beings and in the study of the natural world around him as well. There is no single defining color that runs throughout all of the different paintings; instead, Edmundo Pita seems to believe that in order to create art that reflects the world around him, he must use all of the colors under the sun to do so. Each of these paintings certainly does reflect the colors of the world without any sort of rhyme or reason.

  • Elina Arrom

    Born in Cuba, Elina Arrom spent over a decade of her life studying in a professional school for the arts. Her style stems from a mixture of romanticism of old as well as the modern world of surrealistic art. These two styles combine to form something that is truly unique. Her art pieces often put emphasis on both the human form and nature, sometimes within the same art piece.

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  • Emilia Milcheva

    With the goal of allowing herself to connect with the world around her, Emilia Milcheva is a self-taught artist who strives to recreate the beauty of the world and the way in which is makes her feel. With each stroke of her brush, Emilia Milcheva feels as if she is one step closer to the natural beauty and the native creatures around her.

  • Erna Dolmazova

    Erna Dolmazova was born in 1975 in the city of Tbilisi, Georgia. It is there that she lives and works to this day. She taught art from the year 2000 until the year 2012. Before that, she studied at Niko Nikoladze School of Art and the Experimental Institute of Niko Nikoladze School of Art from 1996 to 2000 where she got her bachelor's degree in art. Since then, she has spent much of her time showcasing her work in solo and group exhibitions, as well as personal exhibitions.

  • Esther Hinchliff Smith

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  • Filomena Booth

    To Filomena Booth, abstract art does not have to be art that is commonly misunderstood; a lot of people get the impression that abstract art has to be difficult to comprehend and understand, but Filomena Booth feels differently. Her art style is abstract indeed, but it is inpired by music and nature and are easy to reflect upon and to understand. Her work is designed to uplift the mind and spirit and remind them what it is they love about life. Colorful and without boundaries, the art of Filomena Booth is intended to take the viewer on a journey to better understand the things that connect human beings: music and nature. A talented artist from USA honored with several awards including the Florida Watercolor Society – 2003 American Artist Magazine Award – Shaman.

  • George Areshidze

    George Areshidze is a Georgiana artist who was born in the year 1977. He moved to Moscow to pursue a life in fine art, and once he returned to Georgia, he entered into the Tbilisi Academy of Art with a focus on Scenic Art. George Areshidze has had many exhibitions on display in his time, from solo to group exhibitions for nearly 10 years in a row. He has used his extensive history with art and paired it with his innate know-how to create a plethora of interesting works that are unlike any other.

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