Browsing All posts tagged under »Fine Art«


March 14, 2011

0 Fran Recacha was born in Barcelona, in September the 27, in 1976. He was granted a Degree in Fine Arts at the University of Barcelona and has been painting professionally ever since.    Q.  Can you explain what triggered your interest to painting? A.  A friend’s father is a painter and I remember visiting […]


December 13, 2010

0 Saul Zanolari is a London based contemporary artist who was born in Switzerland in 1977.  His work represents a complex fusion of photography, fine art and digital design which lends a bizarre view to the subjects he chooses. His subjects are usually European royalty, rock stars, elite socialites and old and new celebrities which […]


December 2, 2010

0 Chris Dean is a Detroit-based contemporary artist whose work explores transformation and illusion through the rare practice of lenticular image creation. His multi-layered, hypercolour pieces create an appearance of movement and three-dimensional depth that allows the image to almost jump out at the viewer. Dean’s interest in lenticular sprung from his experiments in stereoscopic […]


November 29, 2010

0 Based in the London’s creative hub of Hackney Wick, artist David Wightman’s work uses layers of precisely-cut, brightly-painted wallpaper to create abstract works and hypercolour landscapes. Wightman draws on postmodern techniques like hybridity and pastiche, along with basic geometric shapes, to reinvent and almost send up established genres. While his abstract works often […]

FEATURED MEMBER – Harriet Bridgeman

January 27, 2010


Founder of the Bridgeman Art Library The Bridgeman Art Library encompasses the world’s largest collection of fine art images administering and licensing over 8,000 museum and private collections throughout the world from more than 29,000 artists.  Using the latest technology they create high quality reproductions of cultural and historical art images. In addition to […]

FEATURED MEMBER – Robert Jennings

November 27, 2009

0 Although originally born in the UK, as a fast emerging South African talent in his younger years, Robert was best know for his photorealistic charcoals and pencil drawings, often depicting indigenous flora and fauna. This has evolved into a distinctive signature style called “Reactivism” with use of acrylics in vibrant colours. Reactivism (performed live) […]