Claudia Kaak (@claudiakaak)
I was born in 1987 in Heppenheim, Germany. I live and work in Heppenheim, Germany. In 2015 I
graduated from the Goethe-University, Frankfurt a.M. My first solo show was held at the Gallery
pack of patches in Jena (Germany). My work has been shown in various group exhibtions,
including the Art Innsbruck (Austria), at the Gallery Ewa Helena in Hamburg (Germany), at the
RJD Gallery in New York and the Ludwiggalerie, Schloss Oberhausen (Germany) and featured in
the MilionArt Kaleidoscope, The Guide Artists and PoetsArtists Magazine.
Location: Heppenheim, Germany
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Nikole Cooney (@nikolecooney)
Nikole Cooney is best known for creating otherworldly images reflecting her connection with nature and appreciation for wildlife through surreal and fantastic imagery. Her work speaks of the resilient and ephemeral qualities of both nature and man in an anthropomorphic way. Many sculptures contain elements of adjacent pieces unifying them to create their own environment.
Doug Webb (@dougwebbart)
Doug Webb is an American painter known for creating a hybrid of surrealism by juxtaposing Magritte like oversized objects, and shifts of scale, to create scenes of meaningful metaphor in a hyperealistic style.
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.
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.
Sara Nordmark (@saracnordmark)
Kathrin Longhurst (@kathrinlonghurst)
raised behind the Berlin Wall, traveled the world, now artist/painter in Sydney Australia
Nicole Alger (@nicole_alger)
Realist Painter | Drafts[wo]man
Jim Thalassoudis (@jimthalassoudis)
Artist based in Australia,
Sharon Pomales Tousey (@sharonpomalesart)
Sharon Pomales is a realist contemporary artist, born in San Juan, Puerto Rico. Since moving to Bay Village,Ohio in 2012 she has exhibited at various galleries, institutions, and museums nationwide. Her work can be found in collections across the United States and Puerto Rico.
Sharon is a member of the Portrait Society of America, American Women Artists, International Guild of Realism, Allied Artists of America, and is a Signature Member of the Pastel Society of America and the National Oil and Acrylic Painters Society.
Her work is represented by Lovetts Gallery in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
Yvonne Melchers (@yvonnemelchers)
Amsterdam based artist Yvonne Melchers' focus is on realistic oil paintings. Main series: The North Sea, Italian Scenes, Siena Palio Portraits, Rooms with a View. Commissioned portraits. Crispy colors with limited palette. Exhibitions Italy and The Netherlands. Selected for Summer Expo 2012 The Hague Gemeente Museum. Preselected BP Portrait Award 2015, Dutch Portrait Award 2017, Figurativas Barcelona 2017. Published in magazines and books and in 2 theme issues of PoetsArtists Magazine. Work in collection of Academic Medical Center Amsterdam, Museum Møhlmann Appingedam and private collections in The Netherlands, Spain, Italy, Belgium, Germany, Australia.
Dan Bullock (@danbullockart)
Dan is a fine artist specialising in realistic portrait and figure painting in oils with a contemporary twist. He is based just outside London, UK, and is eagerly looking for opportunities to showcase his artwork to a larger audience.
Tina Spratt (@tinaspratt)
I have always been fascinated by the skill and draughtsmanship in painting. In my own work a great emphasis is placed on the execution, I tend to paint in many layers to build up the glow of light and depth I require to create the atmosphere and mood. I was inspired very early on by the dramatic use of light in the work of Rembrandt, and the paintings of Caravaggio. Both had a huge impact on me and have stayed with me to the present day, the lighting being an important part of my own work. I also greatly admire Vermeer for the atmospheric and domestic settings he portrays, and Andrew Wyeth particularly the intimacy of the Helga series.
My paintings which ar
Aixa Oliveras (@aixa_oliveras)
Aixa Oliveras is an artist whose focus is representational painting and figurative art. She has participated in several group exhibitions in venues such as OBRA Galería Alegría and Abend Gallery in Denver, Colorado. One of her paintings is also included in the Reyes-Veray Collection in San Juan, Puerto Rico. Born in Puerto Rico, Aixa graduated Magna Cum Laude from the School of Plastic Arts and Design in 2007. She has recently relocated to the United States, where she is pursuing her Master's degree in Fine Arts at Laguna College of Art and Design in Laguna Beach, California.
Alexandra Tyng (@alexandratyng)
Alexandra Tyng is a contemporary realist painter known for her narrative, symbolic figurative works, her expansive aerial landscapes, and her portraits.
JayCee Menendez (@jayceemenendez)
Assistant for PoetsArtists
Christoph Eberle (@christopheberle)
Christoph Eberle – born in Zürich, Switzerland – graduated in 1996 as an architect. As a self-taught hyperrealistic painter his influences include old masters such as Caravaggio, Vermeer van Delft, Jacques Louis David, Caspar David Friedrich and Segantini.
His inspirations are often born from snapshots of everyday life – be it in the laundry room or on the way in to town: These moments, when for an instant the light and the situation are coherent, producing a brief moment of clarity and perfection – a type of film still from his personal movie – are what he searches to capture as precisely as possible.
Teresa Elliott (@telliu)
Meredith Marsone (@meredithmarsone)
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.
Frederik Trovatten (@trovatten)
I’m doing a 365 Street Photography Project.
I’m Dane 🇩🇰 living in Mexico City 🇲🇽
Tracy Lewis (@tracylewisart)
F. Scott Hess (@fscotthess)
Born 1955 in Baltimore, F Scott Hess studied at the UW-Madison & the Vienna Academy of Fine Art. His work is included in the collections of the LA County Museum of Art, Orange County Museum of Art, Long Beach Museum of Art, San Jose Museum of Art, and the Smithsonian Institute, among others. He has received a Theodor Koerner Award, Western States Art Federation award, a J. Paul Getty Fellowship, and a National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship. Hess is an Associate Professor at Laguna College of Art + Design in California.
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 (vote 110 and honors), 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.
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.
Alessandro Tomassetti (@sosayssandro)
Classically trained in art. Un-classically trained in everything else. Barcelona-based.