Intimate Window

Russia-born and based in the San Francisco Bay Area, Nadezda has contributed to creative projects across various genres — most notably feature films, theatre, illustration [...]


Through his family-unfriendly paintings of Cinderella in a meat dress or Jasmine and Belle making out and the Queen from Snow White snorting cocaine, José Rodolfo Loaiza [...]

Intricacies of Nature

Tiffany Bozic has spent the majority of her life living with and observing the intricacies of nature. Her work has the traditional air of tightly rendered nature [...]

Unnatural Nature

Grounded in humanism, Erik Thor Sandberg’s painting presents a compelling contemporary expression of how people connect with each other, nature and basic elements of life. [...]

Freedom from the seas

Harry Holland became a painter to avoid the kinds of precise explanations and assertions that words promote, “and partly because it would give the false impression that [...]


Inspired by nature, urban life style, graffiti and pop culture, Michal Mráz’s bold body of work consists of multiple-level narration bridging the gap between modern [...]

Eternal tourists of ourselves

There is no landscape but what we are Painter and photographer from a welcoming attic in Toulouse, France, Louis Treserras really loves to mix his means in view of a [...]

Painters in Color

As in the case of Paris Coloré, this time someone found a good reason to color old photos of visual artists in order to make them more close to us, just by reducing the [...]

Realism, Surrealism or…?

Raymond Douillet was born on July 20th 1947 — on the very day of the Tour de France cycle race arrival — in Hautmont, in the North of France. This small town is separated [...]

To the Eternal

Inspired by the original pieces and atmospheres of museums like Louvre or d’Orsay, Harold Muñoz sublimates the human vulnerability, looking for the essence which can be [...]