Blue Roses

By taking its roots in traditional Russian art of the 19th century, the realistic figurative art by Serge Marshennikov portrays female beauty in its purest form. His [...]

Brand’s Pin-Up

Along with Roy Lichtenstein and Andy Warhol, Mel Ramos was one of the first artists to do paintings of images from comic books, and works of the three were exhibited together [...]

Human Chameleons

Through his enchanting technique, Johannes Stötter can blend every body into every kind of surface or surroundings for years. As a self-taught, he developed his painting [...]

Dutch Family

Inextricably linked with the upper segment of the Dutch realism, Giovanni Dalessi gets the subjects of his paintings from his vicinity. His own family, wife and five children [...]

Common People

It was around 1988, when Pulp’s Jarvis Cocker met the girl of one of his most famous hits, Common People. He was having a conversation with her at the bar at college [...]

Sound of Afternoon

Coming across the works of Hope Gangloff, is a bit like being enveloped by the refreshing embrace of your place, maybe after a hard day out in the city. Like getting settled [...]


In the imagery of Anne Von Freyburg’s paintings, nature applies as an identifying fulcrum and irreversible fate. The stark figures can be seen as contemporary fossils [...]

Into Her Eyes

“The eyes tell all. If you look long and deep enough into those portals, she’ll tell you her story“. To Brian M. Viveros, the eyes are always the most important [...]

Zoo Station

Since 2006, Matthew Grabelsky has focused on creating paintings that combine the physical world that people see every day with imagery from mythology and dreams. So, what [...]

Urban Mythology

There have been many attempts to imagine the extreme effects of our invasion of the planet. Among these, the one of Josh Keyes is definitely the most satirical look, though [...]