Artist / Jeremy Miranda
Jeremy Miranda lives and works in Dover, NH. His current work combines elements of landscape/seascape with manmade architectural elements in an attempt to generate a fragmented narrative experience much like a memory that has been distorted and rewritten over time.
Artist / Frederick Judd Waugh
Frederick Judd Waugh (1861 - 1940) was a leading American artist known for his beautiful seascape paintings. He was the son of painter Samuel Waugh and studied at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts. Interestingly, he was a camouflage artist for the U.S. Navy during World War I.
His seascape paintings are incredibly realistic, without being overly refined. The paintings have a very natural feel to them. This is always one of my goals for painting - to have an element of realism whilst retaining a painterly feel.
Artist / Thorvald Erichsen
Thorvald Erichsen (18 July 1868, Trondheim - 23 December 1939, Oslo) was a Norwegian Post-Impressionist painter; known primarily for landscapes and still-lifes.
Artist / Shin Kwangho
Shin Kwangho (Hangul: 신광호) is a South Korean painter currently based in Seoul. He studied art at Keimyung University. He paints distorted portraits, which he creates using oil, acrylic, and charcoal.
Shin's paintings depict subjects using colors that represent the subjects' emotions, with brushstrokes and layers of paint often distorting the subjects' faces while drawing attention to the eyes
Artist / Constantin Meunier
Constantin Meunier was one of the most important Belgian artists of the second half of the 19th century.
He is best known as a social realist artist who turned the image of the simple, poor workman into an proud icon of the Industrial Age, be it in painting, or above all in sculpture. His profound compassion was deeply religiously rooted.
Artist / Antoine Cordet
Paris-based artist Antoine Cordet‘s art touches on melancholy and nostalgia but his general outlook is positive because art gives him liberty to be who he has always wanted to be.
Antoine Cordet created his personal style through intense trial and error and a work ethic that makes him one to really keep an eye on.
His images are haunting and calming at the same time. It is almost like Cordet knows something we do not and is constantly hinting at what we should be aware of even when it is not overly conspicuous.
Artist / John Singer Sargent
John Singer Sargent was an American artist, considered the "leading portrait painter of his generation" for his evocations of Edwardian era luxury.
During his career, he created roughly 900 oil paintings and more than 2,000 watercolors, as well as countless sketches and charcoal drawings.
Illustrator / Katie Scott
Katie Scott is a freelance illustrator based in London and represented for commercial work by Big Active.
Artist / Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec
Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec (24 November 1864 - 9 September 1901) was a French painter, printmaker, draftsman, and illustrator, whose immersion in the decadent and theatrical life of fin de siecle Paris yielded an oeuvre of provocative images of modern life.
Artist / John Larriva
John Larriva is a painter, sketcher, and occasional sculptor with over 20 years of experience. Although he specializes in portraits, an odd cat will show up from time to time.
Artist / Adee Ardon
Texas-born, Tel Aviv-based artist Adee Ardon embarks on an imaginary road trip in this delightful narrative series.
Having moved to Israel when she was four, Ardon’s illustrations are informed more by cinematic and literary accounts than her actual experience of the place she has yet to return to.
Artist / Bo Bartlett
Bo Bartlett is an American realist with a modernist vision. His paintings are well within the tradition of American realism as defined by artists such as Thomas Eakins and Andrew Wyeth.
Like these artists, Bartlett looks at America’s heart—its land and its people—and describes the beauty he finds in everyday life. His paintings celebrate the underlying epic nature of the commonplace and the personal significance of the extraordinary.
Artist / Christine Wu
Christine Wu is a Los Angeles based artist whose work captures the ephemeral and fragmented body in flux.
Stylistically, her work is multi-layered with haunting and sensual undertones. She often depicts people in flux, capturing the vulnerability of self discovery while exploring the tangibility of memories and the way we remember.