Alexis Marcou has been working in commercial illustration since 2007.
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French-Swedish painter Amanda Mendiant explores the many facets and contradictions of femininity.
Amber Devetta is a London-based paint, printmaking and collage artist intrigued by powerful images of women in fashion magazines and their hypnotic qualities of allure, desirability, empowerment and beauty.
Pacific Northwest artist Anna Porter uses watercolour, mixed media and digital photography to capture intimate details in nature.
Berlin-based Asta Caplan’s paintings bridge the gap between drawing, painting and photography.
German artist collective AV- SCILLS (Ulf König, Georg Höck, Eric Koenig, Dietmar Gruchmann, Lorenz Bee, Markus Fritz) realise installations linking new media art (3D-video), fine art (sculptures) and audio art (electronic music, 3D-sound).
The soul of man and nature itself are the two axis of the work of Barbara Lavenda which demonstrates a willingness to work with transparency and dream-like presences while remaining active and dynamic.
“You take a subject and transform it, by some means that you barely understand, into something different and unexpected.”
Follower of the French philosopher Jacques Derrida, Brazilian artist Bruno Mitre focuses on structure and turns it to singular effect through paintings and drawings, moving elements of the metropolis to a new space, with strong colours, clear lines and bold geometric forms.
Christopher Fowler is an expressionistic figurative painter hailing from rural south-eastern North Carolina.
Brazilian-Dutch painter Claudia Pombo presents an adapted view of nature and human situations.
Claudia Sandoval Romero is a Colombian multimedia artist currently based in Vienna, whose work approaches subjects such as popular culture, art, gender and migration.
Daniel Cooper’s art responds with highly emotional expression to the sublime weather of the Cumbrian landscape.
David Lee, also known as Snowy is a mixed-media artist with a wide range of subjects including abstract works based upon chess moves, symbolic and figurative pieces, optical illusions and work inspired by weather and by natural disasters.
Human forms inspire Dora Williams’ work. Abstraction is the foundation of her creative process and an element of the unknown makes the journey unpredictable.
Dylan B Garcia’s documentary work covers the human and physical landscape, from the streets of New Orleans to deserted paths and the past in the English countryside.
Edelweiss Calcagno produces illusions, making the mind float in a labyrinth through the use of different techniques and layers of material.
hand&machine specialise in designing and making bespoke furniture to the highest standard, using traditional cabinet making skills applied to a clean, striking design ethos.
The work of Dutch artist Handiedan involves a complex cut-and-paste mixture of digital and highly detailed sculptural hand-cut collages.
Japanese artist Hideto Shinkawa evokes multi-faceted visions and perceptual experiences, which are subjective to each viewer depending on their knowledge of history.
Holly Condon is an installation artist and painter whose work plays on themes of space, both within a painting and also including the surrounding architectural environment in which the work is placed.
Hormazd Narielwalla proposes a new interpretation of tailoring patterns as abstracted drawings of the human form.
Jane Denman crosses the boundary of fine art into the world of dance and movement. Working with contemporary dance practitioners and productions, her art captures the figure’s vitality and motion through line, colour and light.
Jeleonce’s art has no fixed image or particular mode of expression, leading to a unique set of paint- ings. The work instead comes from a deep joy and from the act of expression itself, which is also the artist’s philosophy.
Brighton-based, UK artist John Pakapoukas explores the untold truth behind forms, shadows and ideas.
Judy D. Shane is an emerging fine arts graduate from Emily Carr University and is based in Vancouver, British Columbia.
A mesh of vintage consumerism, post-war sophistication and mid- century ephemera, Kareem Rizk’s work explores nostalgia and surveys the visual niche of collage in this age of mash-ups and remixes, by reinterpreting and rearranging visual history with weathered imagery, highly textured surfaces and design-inspired compositions.
Streams of Gold: The inviting glory of the sun is presented. The sky is painted in glorious colours, and the collective beauty is beckoning to the viewer.
Hobart-based artist Karin Chan explores the creation of physical and psychological spaces through fabric sculptures in both performance and installation.
Specialising in weaving that aims to communicate lasting mental inspirations through a striking use of colour, Katarina Qvarnström’s work has been shown in Switzerland, France and Canada, as well as in the USA for four years.
Known as The Silhouette Artist, Katherine Scrivens explores the vibrational energy of space around solitary silhouettes.
Kirsty Whiten makes detailed and unsettling drawings and paintings; working in pencil, vibrant watercolour or oil on canvas.
Linda Lasson is based in the north of Sweden and her work uses embroidery with black sewing thread, taking its inspiration from the surrounding nature and the Nordic indigenous people – the Sami.
UK artist Loz Taylor creates contemporary gambling art for people who understand odds, chance and risk.
Passion and curiosity are the driving forces that push Solihull-based British artist Lukasz Snopkiewicz to create.
The Wheel Raido turns in a spiral movement, coming to rest in the same place in the present, evoking the double helix structure of DNA and its capacity to store the information that makes progress and development possible.
Maria Holmberg was born in 1969 in Sweden. She currently attends Örebro Art College and her work makes use of colours, shapes, and light and dark, across the subject of nature and still life, focusing on the relationship between each idea and material.
Philosophy and conceptuality are starting points for Mark Lloyd, often directly referencing post-modernism, science theory, and science fiction. His work is a visual manifestation of a thought experiment.
Born in a medieval town in Sweden, Mikael Bergstrom is a creative contemporary artist communicating and expressing to other people with watercolours, graphite and Indian ink.
Toronto-based artist Mike Smalley is constantly influenced by his environment and his works mirror the dynamics of life in constant motion.
MLE Brown cites the “glare-lit beauty” of her homeland, New Zealand, as co-conspirator to her art.
Mona Askær’s works represent a fantastic journey, a constant dialogue between the eye and the image, starting with a few strokes of colour, to the image taking over to become a wordless exchange.
Exploring the nature of imperfection and the fragility inherent in objects, Ng Bing Ming questions the hypothetical existence of perfection, through contrasting the presumed structurality of our system of understanding with its actual dynamic nature.
Nikolaus Dolman is a Sydney- based artist who deconstructs compositions from found mediums in order to expose the obsessions and repetition of mass media, advertising and popular culture.
Internationally award-winning Belgian surrealist painter Olivier Lamboray work’s are between illusion and reality.
Paul is an established figurative painter working in a variety of mediums nationally and internationally.
Paula Lifschitz is an Argentine- American artist living in Buenos Aires. She paints vivid, colourful paintings that combine figures with abstract backgrounds.
Creator Peter “Snopix” Higgins started his creative journey in 1976. Now in 2015 he has been honoured to receive the Sandro Botticelli prize for original stylistic search.
Reiko Wakai is a photographer based in Tokyo, Japan. She is inspired by fashion, dance, music and memories of the past.
Sarah Lockett’s textured acrylic seascapes are painted in an uninhibited style, capturing the movement and subtle changing colours of both sea and sky.
Clear, vibrant colours without garishness are a characteristic of Sue Bradley’s work. Her style can be representational, impressionistic or realistic depending on inspiration, personal feeling or intuition.
Suzy Corby is a Barcelona-based British photographer exploring the vulnerability of the natural world and challenging the destructive nature of man; through her thought- provoking forest landscapes.
Originally from Russia, Sweden- based artist Tanya Lundmark is a mostly self-taught artist who has a fascination for watercolour as a medium. Painting in watercolors is for her a magical act.
Thomas W Kuppler ́s process of methodological experimentation, exploration and constant questioning of the media is driven by the need to both deconstruct the representational character of a photograph and to expand the conventional limits of form.
The solarisation of colour which characterises Toby Riseley’s work expresses the oversaturation of media, news, discovery and technology of our age.
Colombian artist Valentina Barrera looks at the reality of forms, their circumstances and deconstructs them into modules.
Lithuanian artist Vilija Vitkute, in collaboration with photographer Adam Alexander Johansson, examines the relationship between human and nature.
Virpi Leinonen, a Finnish photographic artist, combines a powerful use of colour with the sensitivities of conceptual art to create visual discussions about cultural myths and the history of art.
Yann is a Hong Kong fine artist and the founder of V AMOUR ART 藝文思潮 Non-Profit Organisation, with an HD in fine art.