Christine Rhee (@christinerhee)
Artist & Illustrator
Christine draws and paints in San Francisco. She is powered by sushi, books and super-cute, extremely-opinionated bunnies.
Location: San Francisco, CA, United States
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Matthew Alfonso Durante (@matthewalfonsodurante)
Graziella Mura (@graziellamura)
My name is Graziella Mura, I live and work in Italy, I graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts of Sassari in painting. I taught I had teaching experience, various collective, then I stopped for various problems family, the death of my child, health, now not long ago I started to paint.
Iryna Khymych (@irynakhymych)
Born in a small town in Ukraine, I moved to NYC in 2002. Here I finished LaGuardia High School of Art and went on to receive a degree in English Literature. Today I combine my passion for books and art in one - by reading great books and illustrating my favorite characters.
Eva Evangelista (@elleplanet)
Eva Evangelista was born in Gliwice, Poland. She currently lives in Chicago and works as a portrait artist and a sought-after tattoo artist. Her work is primarily figurative, using traditional as well as non-traditional two dimensional media. She has exhibited at Morpho Gallery, Chicago, IL.
Ann Moeller Steverson (@annmoellersteverson)
Ann Moeller Steverson is an oil painter known for her mood filled figures, portraits, and still-lifes. Her contemporary work bridges classical beauty with the contemporary painting practices of today. She has been awarded the honor of the Bold Brush Award, a distinction an artist may achieve only only once in their lifetime. Ann’s work has recently been selected as a finalist in the Art Renewal Center, been featured in several Oil Painters of America exhibits, and has been awarded by the National Acrylic and Oil Painters Society, and Portrait Society of America.
Lorena Pugh is a mid-career realist painter who works in oils and gouache.
Known most recently for her sensual and diaphanous pears in tissue paper paintings, she is currently working on a show focusing on Narragansett Bay and it’s tributaries.
Aixa Oliveras (@aixa_oliveras)
Aixa Oliveras is a contemporary symbolist painter who creates symbolic narratives based on her own life. Working within the realm of classical realism, Aixa’s work pairs the female figure with pattern and symbolic use of color. Through her oil paintings and charcoal drawings, Aixa creates metaphorical narratives of rebirth and identity. Inspired by the Symbolist and Art Nouveau movements, as well as the warmth and color of her Caribbean birthplace, these influences intermingle in her work, thus creating her own pictorial language. Originally from Puerto Rico, Aixa is currently teaching and developing her studio practice in Laguna Beach, CA.
Alexander Hayden (@alexanderhayden)
Alexander Hayden's work grows from a fascination with questioning human perception and how emotion can influence experience and behavior. Born in Texas in 1993, Hayden moved to New York City (where he now resides) in 2017 to pursue involvement in the thriving environment of figurative art. Hayden is self taught, preferring to approach education independently through books & the internet. His works in charcoal and oil use the figure to analyze the difficulties of managing human experience and the ambiguous and often contradictory thoughts & emotions that come with it. Alexander draws deeply on and directly from the events of his personal life as inspiration f
Jim Thalassoudis (@jimthalassoudis)
Artist based in Australia,
Shannon Fannin (@shanfannin)
I paint vehicles realistically. Many think of our cars and bikes as appliances, but I consider them mobile sculptures that reflect our personality. My paintings capture some of that personality with the vehicles from our past, or those we dream of one day driving.
daire lynch (@dairelynchart)
Dáire Lynch is a Dublin born artist who currently resides in Co.Mayo in the west of Ireland. With a boundless reverence for life and the human form, he has birthed a world where the nuances of humanity are brought to the forefront and propose an emotive journey to the viewer. He is a self taught artist, though did complete an advanced drawing course with full distinctions. .
When not painting or creating, he can be found in the wilds of Connemara, be it woods, lakes, or the powerful Atlantic Ocean. He recently became the Alpha in a pack of wolves, by showing no fear, tenacious attitude, and willingness to fight for meat.
Donovan Christie (@donovanchristie)
Christie’s work can be seen as very witty and nostalgic. Seemingly simple at first, the more you look; the more there is to see. Thoughtfully immortalising a period of time, he documents the scenes of Australia in this day and age as we are on the verge of a dying era.
Deirdre Sullivan Beeman (@deirdresullivanbeeman)
Deirdre Sullivan-Beeman is a self-taught figurative painter who uses modified oil and egg tempera techniques of the 14th Century Old Masters to create magical realism works that appear to glow from within.
Sullivan-Beeman depicts subjects who are often young, hauntingly innocent, and teetering on the edge of naïveté. Her work has been shown at Aqua Art Miami, FL; La Luz de Jesus Gallery in Los Angeles, CA; Stephen Romano Gallery Brooklyn, NY; Phylogeny Contemporary, Seattle, WA; Greg Moon Art in Taos, NM.; Merlino Galleria d'Arte Contemporanea, Florence, Italy and Art! Vancouver, BC, Canada www.sullivanbeeman.com
Gayle Madeira (@gaylemadeira)
Gayle Gibbons Madeira (b. 1969 Texas) is a contemporary artist who paints in the classical tradition and is based in Queens, New York City.
Being raised on a farm in Virginia, Gayle developed an intense love for nature. A shy child, she began making art at a young age as well as dancing. Later, with a BFA in dance from SUNY Purchase and a move to NYC, Gayle made her living dancing and doing illustration, graphic design, and presentation work.
Starting in 2010, Gayle decided to fulfill her lifelong dream of being a fine artist working in oils. She studied under many wonderful teachers at Grand Central Academy, New York Academy of Art, The Art Students Leagu
Antonio J. Vallejo (@antoniojv)
Spanish artist (Cádiz, 1987) living in Galway, Ireland. Studied Fine Art in the University of Granada and a masters in the University of Sevilla, Spain.
Jodi Gerbi (@jodi1234)
I paint resilience but not always through the depiction of the figure. My oil paintings are realistic portrayals of the garbage, trash cans and drain pipes as a way to convey the idea that humans are often required to find something beautiful in a hard situation in order to keep going. The ability of a human being to do this is the essence of resilience.
Lauren Bergman (@lauren_bergman)
Lauren Bergman grew up in Washington, D.C., before relocating to Manhattan to study painting and design at Parson’s School of Design and The Art Students League in New York. Bergman's work probes a loss of cultural optimism and the ongoing irresolution of such post-feminist issues as sexuality versus intellectualism, passivity and acquiescence versus ambition. The work courts irony and the inner narratives are playful, yet confront the conflicting expectations of contemporary culture and the intricately complex ways in which we form our identities.
Bergman currently lives in Manhattan and her studio is at MANA Contemporary in Jersey City, NJ.
Daena Title Artist (@daenatitle)
Obsessed with the seductive force of modern female icons, my colorist, expressionist, figurative paintings focus on the love/hate relationship of women, beauty, self worth and society.
Maria Teicher (@mariateicher)
Painter and photographer in love with strange portraiture. Black cat and new human Mama.
I am forever learning and evolving fine artist, not a brand.
Jeffrey Wiener was born in Miami, Florida in 1961, and graduated from Florida State University with a Bachelor of Arts in 1983. He has exhibited his surrealistic drawings and paintings in galleries from Miami to the East Village of New York City. He was heavily influenced by the painters of the Renaissance, and 20th Century artists such as Thomas Hart Benton, Paul Cadmus, and especially MC Escher, who's print-making created a deep and lasting impression on the young artist with regard to technology and the empowerment of artists. When the "World Wide Web" was introduced in 1993, JeffreyWienerStudio.com was one of the first galleries online. As a New Yorker,
Sara Nordmark (@saracnordmark)
In order to understand a thing’s relevance, we need its adverse or adjacent-other to compare it to. My paintings reside in this flux - romanticism overlapping progress - in order to understand how the photo functions as cultural memory.
In my paintings, I reappropriate traditional techniques by deconstructing current understanding and meaning to better gain new and different usages.
Echoing the printer, I use only four colors: cyan, magenta, yellow and black. The work develops in the same manner as a print, left to right. The finished product hangs like a movie screen, slightly swaying when a person walks by, disrupting its ether.
Laura Atkins (@niteowl51)
I like to tell stories through my paintings. I paint primarily in oils.My process involves an indirect painting technique, this means that there is a buildup of layers and great care is required to execute my paintings."
Shaina lives and works in Chicago, IL. She graduated with an MFA from The New York Academy of Art in 2015 and a BFA from Maryland Institute College of Art in 2011. Shaina creates figurative oil paintings and works on paper that explore contemporary and classical techniques.
Shaina's painting "Wonder" was recently on view at the Wausau Museum of Contemporary Art for their inaugural exhibition. She exhibited in a group show of drawings at Lacey & Phillips Gallery curated by InLiquid in early 2017. Her work has been recognized by publications such as Juxtapoz, Curve Magazine, High Fructose, and Blisss Magazine.
Brianna Lee (@briannaleefineart)
•Imaginative Realist & Fine Portrait Artist • Can't live without chocolate and coffee ☕️