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Name of Artist Country Artist's Website Artist's Work (photo)
Dana Malcolm United States Dana Malcolm Fine Art
I’m a native of eastern Massachusetts and an avid explorer of the New England landscape. As a teen, I discovered art books devoted to 18th and 19th century landscapes. The paintings portrayed revealed a depth and realism that fascinated me, and I often imagined stepping into them. In High School, I was privileged to learn the classical painting techniques of the Boston School and was awarded a scholarship for my senior portfolio. In the early 1980’s, I attended college at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.

Currently my artwork is focused on scenes of the Atlantic coast, either with or without the figure. I’m enthralled by the space, the light, and especially the constant transformation that occurs at the shoreline. My oil paintings make permanent the intimate or exceptional moments that so rapidly disappear. With a desire to bring the scene to life, I often paint life-size images that are up close and personal. The mood of my artwork captures the essence of my experience with a unique and original perspective that combines traditional realism with elements of abstraction.

Affiliations include the American Society of Marine Artists, the Oil Painters of America, North River Arts Society, Plymouth Guild Inc. and the South Shore Art Association. Recent artwork has been exhibited in juried shows at the Art Complex Museum in Duxbury, the Bancroft Gallery in Cohasset, the Russell Gallery in Plymouth, the G.A.R Hall in Marshfield and Front Street Gallery in Scituate. My paintings are in numerous collections throughout the country and artwork has been published in South Shore Magazine.
Sean Busher United States Sean Busher Imagery
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Charlotte photographer Sean Busher is an advertising photographer specializing in conceptual photography and video production. He works with retoucher and CGI/3D artist Peter Godshall in creating commercially-viable works of art.
Nelson Madero Spain
Painter and Cartoonist. Graduated from the Academia de Artes Plásticas "San Alejandro" (Plastic Arts Academy) Havana, Cuba, 1991. Scenographic Painting Specialist.

Artist showing a picturesque exhibition as a result to the fusion of several materials and techniques, creating a very particular projection basically on canvas and oil, where tactile and visual textures establish an immediate conceptual perception of the work
Shane Cunningham Ireland Shane Cunningham
I like to paint and I like to paint fast, alla prima, to express as much as possible in each burst, the emotions behind a particular painting set in as the paint dries and with every revisit it loses a bit more of its living human elements and stagnates.
Through my medium I try reflect on my observations of people, culture, society and the interactions between the. I have always had a fascination with the complex subtleties in shape and colour the human face uses for communication and emotional reaction. Our faces tell others everything we think and feel and the idea of capturing that moment of thought and emotion, giving me time to understand the physical and mental patterns that make us such great thinkers and communicators.
Nina Pancheva United Kingdom Paintings on subjects of politics, past and future
UK base artist working mostly with oil on canvas. The main subjects explored by Nina Pancheva concern how questions about our past and its interpretation, and about the connection between art and politics.
Michelle Wrighton Australia Michelle Wrighton Fine Art and Photography
Award winning artist animal, willdife and landscape artist working in charcoal pastels, acrylic, oils, photography and digital media. Portrait commissions welcome.
RoseAnn Janzen Canada RoseAnn Janzen is a Canadian landscape, encaustic, mountain, and abstract artist residing near Edmonton, Alberta.
Mixed medium, oil and acrylic on canvas and board, encaustic, metals, and occasionally found objects are the materials I use to present my real and abstracted perception of the world around me. All work is done by me in my studio on an acreage near Edmonton, Alberta, surrounded by the beauty of this world. Nature has always been the starting point, the basis, and grounding of my work. Occasionally I collaborate with other artists who work in different, complementary mediums. In this case different parts are done by each of us and then combined to produce the finished piece.
Catalin Dumitru Romania Deus Sex Machina Art Project
Deus Sex Machina is an ongoing art project (started in August 2011) on the metastatic effect of power throughout human history. My hypothesis is that behind the need to hold and preserve power lays mainly the deviant sexual behavior. I call deviant sexual behavior any manifestation of an individual who is to satisfy his sexual needs at any cost, without regard to the will and consent of the other individuals involved. In this series of ink drawings, which ultimately will result in a frieze of 27 works, I will try to illustrate the transformation of a species that in its beginning flourished in communities, sharing goods and emotions, living in harmony with nature and its own conscience, into a disunited species composed of alienated individuals that feed on the needs induced by the few who have the power. The scenes flow chronologically, starting with the primitive man, go through the events of European history (those that I consider relevant to my thesis), to finally reach the globalized present.
Bonnie Giordan United States artist
South Florida Artist Bonnie Giordan award winning in photography and life drawing, combines her talent and training from the Ringling School of Art and Design with acrylic painting to create unique a perspective for the commercial and private markets.

Giordan's painting,"Shut up and dance," has been featured in Tribune Company's "Sun-Sentinel/XS" news media, along with her editorial cartoons. In 2006, her ceramic pieces,"Sand Day and Litterbug," were published in the annual 2006, " New Art International" book. Later in 2007, Sand Day was auctioned off for Charity with Broward United Way associate with the Sun Sentinel.

In 2009, her painting "Galuppi's" had brought in a high price in a silent auction for a fund raiser with Mosaic Theatre at American Heritage. Her painting, "WaterJoy" was recently raffled off in a charity event for Queen Elizabeth Home for Children, during the Caribbean Rum and Beer Festival held in Grenada and her more popular Giclees helped raise funds in a silent auction for The Carriacou Animal Hospital.
Steven Nevada United States ArtByNevada
Born in Berkley, California, September 11, 1945, Nevada spent most of his childhood in eastern Pennsylvania. He is a alumnus of Valley Forge Military Academy, Pa.; he attended the University of Pennsylvania's Wharton School of Business and received his bachelor's degree from Alderson-Broaddus, Philippe, West Virginia. Over the last thirty years, he and Pat raised three children; now eight grandchildren visit and romp through Nevada's perennial gardens which he designed and tends with the same enthusiasm and creativity that he brings to painting.
Juan Luis Quintana Spain art online juanluisquintana
Juan Luis Quintana's gallery has different portfolios: Planisphaerium, Circular Geometries, Anthropomorphical Landscpaes and Totems.
Robert Conway United States Discussions about painting and fine arts from the view of a self-taught painter. An examination of the creative process with helpful tips for artists.
robert is a self-taught, naturalist painter who has been working on a series of koi paintings inspired from his backyard pond.
Claudine Péronne United Kingdom Images of the soul journey: art on shells, drawings and clay sculptures. Mystical, sensual and romantic, Claudine's art is a collection of painted shells & pebbles, pastel pictures and small clay sculptures. Browse or buy unique and unusual artwork.
I am a French artist based in Worthing, West Sussex.

I draw the inner life - the invisible world of dreams, feelings and inner experiences. Some of my images come to me in dreams and others appear in waking life. My artwork is about inner listening and perceiving and giving form to fleeting images which seem to belong to the life of a mysterious, invisible reality which I cannot express with ordinary language. My art images tell the story of my inner journey and for me form a bridge between the inner world and the outer world.

I use watercolour pencils, soft pastels and ink to give form to the ‘unseen‘ and occasionally clay. More recently I have felt drawn to using shells and small pebbles as media for my art.

My painted shells and some of my small framed pictures are displayed at the Shoreham Gallery all year round. I regularly take part in local exhibitions and arts events.
Adib Fattal Syria A Middleeastern Naive Primitive Folk school of art
Adib Fattal was born in 1962 in Washington D.C As the son of a diplomat, Adib spent most of his life in Europe, the United States and the Middle East. He graduated with a B.B.A in International Marketing from the City University of New York. Having spent some years in the field of business and banking, Adib decided to abandon it and dedicate himself to his original love : graphic art.
At present , he lives on a farm in Syria at the foot of Mount Hermon where he paints, farms and looks after his dog, cat, and a large collection of birds including a clever parrot
Adib Fattal Syria A Middleeastern Naive Primitive Folk school of art

Adib Fattal was born in 1962 in Washington D.C As the son of a diplomat, Adib spent most of his life in Europe, the United States and the Middle East. He graduated with a B.B.A in International Marketing from the City University of New York. Having spent some years in the field of business and banking, Adib decided to abandon it and dedicate himself to his original love : graphic art.
At present , he lives on a farm in Syria at the foot of Mount Hermon where he paints, farms and looks after his dog, cat, and a large collection of birds including a clever parrot.
Nina Tokhtaman Valetova United States Nina Tokhtaman Valetova
Metaphysical realism, fantasy and visionary art. Painting, mixed media
fevrier United Kingdom FEVRIER pop art
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FEVRIER POP ART comtaporary painting
Kvetka Canada Kvetka's Fine Art - Canadian landscape and wildlife paintings in acrylic, watercolor, and oils
Kvetka is an Ontario artist, her paintings reflect her attachment to the Canadian landscape, wildlife and nature. She paints in watercolor, acrylics and oils. Art features Georgian Bay, Lake Superior, Muskoka, Simcoe, Huron, Alqonquin, Niagara, Canada and more.
Robert Dan Davies United Kingdom Expressive, mysterious, ingongruous oils and watercolour washes, apocalyptic landscapes, wild romantic, figures in forest, metamorphosing creatures and water
Robert's imagery evolves from numerous sources, from musical inspiration to physical movement such as Tai Chi, to a questioning of our place in the world. There is often a morphing and connecting of organic figures/creatures within chaotic or wild landscapes, and the handling of the medium is used in an expressive way to emphasise this fluidity and to maintain a certain mystery.

He holds a B.A (Hons) Fine Art from Staffordshire University, and M.A Illustration: Authorial Practice from Falmouth College of Arts. He has exhibited around Liverpool and London, and his work is in private collections in the UK and Norway.
Blue Cheese Pottery Canada Blue Cheese Pottery
Blue Cheese Pottery is located on the north shore of Lake Ontario in historic Port Hope, Ontario, Canada. The name ‘Blue Cheese Pottery’ was inspired by an earlier sculptural piece I made which my classmates felt resembled a chunk of blue cheese.

Production is done in the home studio, where I have adopted a more ‘experiential’ tradition in pottery. The small heated studio is equipped with a double sink with a Gleco Trap, a wheel, a slab roller and lots of pottery gadgets, clay, under glazes and glazes. I have had to expand into the adjoining garage with my 2 kilns, dry materials and equipment. There’s never enough space! A small work area is set up in our basement, dedicated to the tile production.

The Studio production includes functional wares, decorative art tiles, sculptural pieces and cremation urns.