illiam isner (@illiamisner)
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Cyril Phan was born in Toulouse, in 1969, of a French mother and a Vietnamese father. His childhood was spent first in Vietnam, then in the South of France. At 14, he moved with his mother to Brazzaville, in the Democratic Republic of Congo—hence his signature, Kongo. Four years later he returned to France, where he settled in the greater Paris area, despite living and working between Paris, Hong Kong and Guadeloupe. The same diverse cultural influences that helped forge his identity and artistic style have made him a man at ease on every continent.
andrew indelicato (@andrew_indelicato)
Message for commissions and inquires
Ivana Besevic (@ivanabesevic_studio)
Painter & Illustrator specializing in portraiture. Oil/acrylic on canvas and Digital Painting using a drawing tablet and PS.
Based between Belgrade, Serbia and Paris, France.
For portrait commissions or other inquiries please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org or through my website besevicivana.wix.com/besevic
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Daniel A.M (@daniel_am)
Sculptor living between Los Angeles and the Mojave Desert
Pedro Hernández (@pedrohernz)
Esther Sarto (@esthersarto)
25 year old painter from Copenhagen.
Visual artist and junior psychonaut
Ashlyn Metcalf (@ashlyn_metcalf)
Artist. Introvert. Painter.
Armando Cabba (@armandocabba)
Artist and Owner of Atelier Cabba
Digital Artist and Graphic Designer based in Brazil.
Keegan Grandbois (@grandboisk)
Ello's Official Blog (@elloblog)
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Zacaffeine is best known for her expressive oil paintings of boats and urban landscapes in abstract forms that capture feelings of the environment. Her work is not as much about the boats, but what the surrounding landscape is trying to communicate to the viewer. The boats are as figures captured by the artist in gestures with the environment capturing the place and mood. Companionship, isolation, anger and serenity are common themes in her work. The artist’s personal technique with oil uses only palette knives and various other tools, but no brushes. Largely influenced by artist Kim Cogan and teacher/mentor Mark Kang O’Higgins from Gage Academy in Seatt