Tanya Atanasova Visual Arts (@tanyaatanasovavisualarts)
Since her graduation from the National Academy of art in Sofia, Tanya Atanasova has worked in several different media: painting, ceramics, sculptures and installations… She grew up in an environment where different artistic disciplines were in constant interaction. But although she has been drawing and painting all her life , she has only discovered her great passion for oil painting in 2016. Inspired, after visiting the studios/taking masterclasses by some of her most favorite contemporary artists - she decided to become a full time painter. . Dedicated to big size non-traditional portraits, she started weaving her waythrough contemporary realism.
Location: Antwerp, Belgium
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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.
JayCee Menendez (@jayceemenendez)
Assistant for PoetsArtists
John Hyland (@johnnyhyland)
I'm a dutch painter of colourful figure paintings. Looking for a beautiful balance between realism and decoration.
Darren John (@darrenjohn)
I'm on a mission to revive + exercise the everyday use of the creative imagination
Natasha Wilson (@deanastacia)
24 year old photographer
John Dalton (@john_dalton)
Artist & Writer - Kerry, Ireland
Art podcast - gently does it . . .
Follow link, then click through to podcast.
Mathy Pichal (@mapicart)
Pencils, ink and drawingpen, oil and acrylics, watercolor,pastels, prints
potloden, tekenstift en pen, olieverf en acryl's, aquarel, pastels, prints
enjoy it.........geniet er van.
Nog een andere passie is muziek.....My other passion is music..ik speel soprano saxofoon bij een leuke Murgagroep,...I play the saxophone (soprona) in a nice music band; Murga "Agrum".......
Stephanie Deshpande (@stephaniedesh)
Stephanie Deshpande is a representational painter living in northern New Jersey. She is best known for her psychological portraits and narrative paintings. Her work combines her love of realism with personal allegories. She creates paintings that unearth hidden emotions and capture the quiet drama of the world around her.
Deshpande graduated from University of Massachusetts at Amherst with a BFA in Painting and continued her studies at the New York Academy of Art earning her MFA. She is represented by Haynes Galleries in the U.S. and by Arundel Contemporary in West Sussex, England.
Astrid Ritmeester (@astridritmeester)
Astrid Ritmeester is a Dutch realist portrait artist.
Publisher | Artist | Curator | Author
Alexandra Tyng (@alexandratyng)
Alexandra Tyng is a contemporary realist painter known for her narrative, symbolic figurative works, her expansive aerial landscapes, and her portraits.
DebiLynn Fendley (@debilynn)
DebiLynn Fendley is an artist specializing in printmaking, drawing, painting, and photography. She holds graduate degrees in art and English as well as an MFA in Interdisciplinary Art from Goddard College in Vermont. She works as both a documentarian and a conceptual realist, drawing her models and inspiration from the various subcultures
Donna Bates (@dbatesart)
Alessandro Tomassetti (@sosayssandro)
Classically trained in art. Un-classically trained in everything else. Barcelona-based.
Christine Rhee (@christinerhee)
Artist & Illustrator
Christine draws and paints in San Francisco. She is powered by sushi, books and super-cute, extremely-opinionated bunnies.
Cody Jimenez (@codyjimenezart)
From Las Cruces, New Mexico.
MFA from LCAD in southern California.
Agnieszka Niena (@agnieszkanienartowicz)
Agnieszka Nienartowicz was born in 1991 in Jelenia Góra, a small town in Lower Silesia, Poland. She studied painting at the Academy of Fine Arts in Gdańsk, where in 2016 she received a Master of Fine Arts, at the painting studio led by Prof. Maciej Świeszewski with a supplement in drawing under Prof. Maria Targońska. In the years 2011-2014 she studied painting at the Academy of Fine Arts in Wrocław. She was awarded several scholarschips, a number of awards and distinctions. Now, she lives and works in Zakopane, a beautiful town located in the soaring and picturesque Tatra Mountains in the very south of Poland.
Alex J Dewars (@ajdewars)
Alex is a Scottish, figurative painter working almost exclusively in oil paint.
His work explores identity, hierarchies, patriotism and body politics .
The result often depicts romantic and nihilistic conclusions in a single suspended moment.
He works exclusively in oil because it ties him to 500 years of figure painting. In this rich history you can see themes which are repeated, are continuously relevant in modern civilization, and ripe for parody.
He has exhibited extensively in galleries throughout Scotland for over 10 years, including at the Royal Scottish Academy Annual Exhibition.
Jennifer Hrabota Lesser (@jenniferhrabotalesser)
Maria Jimenez (@mariajimenez)
Maria Jimenez was born in New York City and is a Queens based contemporary representational artist. She graduated with an MFA from the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts in 2017. Her work is in corporate and private collections, and has exhibited at the Garrison Art Center in a solo show and group exhibitions including the Salmagundi Club. She has been featured in PoetsArtists Magazine and drawings will appear in the May 2018 issue of Artists Magazine.
Nicole Alger (@nicole_alger)
Realist Painter | Drafts[wo]man
Cheney Lansard (@cheneylansard)
Artist trying to display uncomfortable things.
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.