Ghadyanloo Mehdi is an Iranian artist based in Tehran. The walls and the street are the main areas of expression on which he likes to paint the characters in the middle of perspectives and geometric shapes that bring a surreal dimension to his works.
Grant Haffner is a California artist. He draws primarily on country roads and the eye to landscapes to create paintings, reflecting his love for his region. His brushwork and palette of bright colors allow it to skillfully represent the speed and rhythm of rural roads.
Brian Donnelly is a painter who lives and works in Toronto. His work seeks to settle accounts with his own selfish whims while exploring the art and culture of art through figurative painting. Here is a series of portraits whose faces, changing, seem to melt.
Amy Casey is an American painter based in Ohio. First source of inspiration, cities are, for her, fascinating creatures she daily observes and of which she’s shaping the evolution through her paintings.
Cristóbal Pérez García is a Spanish painter who works primarily with oil paint. Such as photographs, he likes to represent small scenes of cities around the world, which he calls “urban landscapes”.
Peter Chan is an artist from Hong Kong and currently based in Toronto. Peter Chan’s paintings focus on quiet moments: mediation, prayer and solitude. Through the paintings, the characters immersed in a silence that is almost touchable.
Influenced by communist propaganda and the socialist pictorial realism, the works of Kathrin Longhurst plays with contrasts by juxtaposing provocative models helmeted women and Soviet propaganda posters.
The painter Deenesh Ghyczy from Berlin, paints realistic portraits seen through the lens of a distorting splitting mirror. Multiplies the faces in order to understand every facet of the identity of his models. His series “Vacum Space” and “Echo Vision” to discover.
Trygve Faste is an American artist who uses his knowledge of mathematics and computer science to realize these hypnotic paintings. Giving the illusion of being three-dimensional, such as acrylic colored compositions can be interpreted as abstract elements, or as spaceships from a science fiction film.
Molly Hatch painted plates it has subtly arrange to create gigantic murals composition as mural. Her work forms a close to a mosaic. From a distance, you can understand the overall concept, but up close, you can appreciate the individual coherence of each “tile” — or dish.