ARTISTS

Morante, Gladys

Gladys Morante began life with an aversion to horses, but through her love of art and an acquired appreciation for the animal, she is now renowned for her lively equestrian artwork that symbolizes strength and freedom.    Personal HistoryMorante was born in Peru in 1963, growing up as the daughter of a professional jockey. As a child, her father’s dedication to horses caused her to hold contempt for the animals and anything related to them.This all changed when Morante, at the age of 14, became interested in horses and followed in her father’s footsteps to become a jockey. After graduating high school, she struggled to find direction in life until fate intervened. She found purpose working as an assistant to a horse ...

Muñoz, Pablo

As the descendant of a long line of fine artists, Pablo Muñoz brings the traditions of the Spanish masters of the past into contemporary times through his brilliantly-lit vistas and scenic landscapes.    Personal HistoryMuñoz was born in Cuzco, Peru in 1965, the son of a family of painters who immigrated to Lima, the country’s capital. Muñoz claims his ancestors assisted many of the famous Spanish artists who came to Cuzco in years past. These artists were sponsored by the Spanish elite to spread the word of God through religious art. Muñoz sharpened the skills passed down through his family by studying at the School of Arts of Cuzco.Muñoz’s artistic message is philosophically profound: that light guides one through the mysterious, often ...

Bacci, Jesus

Since the 17th century, Peru has won acclaim for its long legacy of talented figurative artists, but a new generation has started to redefine the perception of Peruvian art. Jesus A. Villaflor Zevallos Bacci is among that generation, creating detailed landscapes that invite viewers to relax and enjoy the beauty of nature.    Personal HistoryBorn in 1952 in Peru, Bacci moved to Lima in order to study painting at the National School of Fine Arts in 1969. He found himself drawn to painting his surroundings instead of the human figure. His choice in subject matter brought on strong opposition from the Peruvian arts community that traditionally championed figurative art over all other styles. Despite this pushback, Bacci graduated with the highest honors.Bacci’s ...

Salas, Roberto

For artist Roberto Salas, it’s the little things that inspire his art. It’s the way light reflects off a glass of wine, the intricate designs on a wine bottle, or the texture of a sliced pomegranate.Known for his sublime realism, Salas creates romantic still lifes that intrigue collectors around the world with his warm colors and exceptional compositions.   Personal HistorySalas was born in Lima, Peru in 1977. From a young age Salas demonstrated outstanding artistic talent. His passion for art led him to enroll at the Escuela Nacional Superior Autónoma de Bellas Artes de Peru, a noted school in Lima. Upon graduating, he received the designation of “artista plastico” (fine artist).Salas has held multiple exhibitions throughout Peru, and his circle of ...

Gerald, M. P.

Gerald, M. P. With stunning accuracy and vibrant colors, M. P. Gerald captures the finest details in his photorealistic art.Personal HistoryBorn in Ancash, Peru, Gerald grew up surrounded by creativity. His father was a painter while his mother was a well-known ceramicist. Gerald attended the Escuela Nacional de Bellas Artes de Lima, learning from such masters as Milner Cajahuaringa and Miguel Angel Cuadros. Upon graduating in 1988, Gerald received the second place prize.Gerald has used his talents to transform the life and world around him into colorful and expressive works on canvas. His subjects range from luscious flowers ready to be plucked to urban scenes and pop icons.Style and InfluencesIn his highly-detailed floral art, everything from the dew drops to the texture of ...

Cohaila, Eugenio

Sprawling cities might seem boisterous to some, but for Peruvian artist Eugenio Cohaila a bustling city is a source of inspiration.Through a command of light and movement, Eugenio takes the ordinary trappings of urban settings—cityscapes depicting crowds of people shuffling through a brightly-lit street—and transforms them into something grander.Simply known as Eugenio, he is one of the most promising Peruvian artists working today.Personal HistoryEugenio was born near the city of Tacna, Peru on a modest farm. From an early age the young artist showed proficiency in creating art. In school, his teachers often requested that Eugenio draw, on site, a scene to commemorate their class field trips.Despite his talents, Eugenio’s father wanted his sons to stay on the family farm ...

Duaiv, Kalinka

Kalinka Duaiv was born August 14, 1977 in Paris. As a young girl, she followed in the brushstrokes of her father, Duaiv, as she worked alongside him and studied his techniques.At the age of 17, she began organizing all of his exhibits in Europe and immersed herself in the art world. Kalinka took the time to learn all aspects of the business, operating as OMNIPRESTIGE’s president from 2000 to 2003, exporting her father’s paintings to the United States. In 2007, she devoted her life exclusively to creating art.Kalinka’s style and technique features a bold and masterful use of color, and works exclusively with mixed media, palette knives, brushes, and paint rollers. Her artwork is displayed globally in Europe and ...

Arth, Gregory

Whether it’s larger-than-life murals or a collage of repurposed circuit boards forming a robot, Gregory Arth captivates the imagination by exploring the beauty of technology.     Personal HistoryBorn in Albuquerque, New Mexico, on October 17, 1955, Arth and his family moved to Texas when he was 2 years old. At a young age, Arth demonstrated talent in drawing and painting. When he traveled to Europe in the mid-1970s to visit family, he was awed by the artwork he viewed.Arth’s father, a geophysicist, did not want him to become an artist, but Arth couldn’t deny or curtail his creativity. He studied drama and fine art in high school, then briefly at the American School in London and the University of Texas at Arlington. ...

Quevedo, Orlando

Orlando Quevedo is a master of depicting light and shadow in a style he calls “Magical Realism.” By combining Baroque space with contemporary design, Quevedo establishes the notion that art and history are linked through time, not separated by it.    Personal HistoryQuevedo was born January 1, 1970 in Holguín, Cuba, and showed great interest in art at a young age. In 1982, he enrolled at the highly-respected Vocational School of Arts. He later attended the Professional School of Fine Arts in Holguín and rounded out his formal education at the Instituto Superior de Arte (University of Arts) in Havana, Cuba in 1993, graduating in the same year.After Quevedo graduated, he made the decision to immigrate to the United States in pursuit ...

Beyrer, Matthew

Matthew (Matt) James Beyrer transforms canvas and wood into fantastical realms full of depth and realistic details.Born November 18, 1981 in Winter Park, Florida, Beyrer relocated to the Hammock, a small community on the state’s east coast. He earned a bachelor’s degree in illustration from Ringling College of Art and Design. Not long after graduating, he gained recognition for his ability to create unique and gripping environments.Beyrer is the creator of Natural Expressionism, a style that draws upon traditional techniques, light, conceptual art and nature. His fascination with color and composition result in oil paintings that transform the abstract into reality.Beyer draws inspiration from the power of nature; the sun’s warm light, the fury of a thunderstorm or the tranquility ...

ARTWORKS

#32 (Panel A)

#32 (Panel A) Yanke Tim #32 2015 18 1/8" x 6 1/8" (panel); 54 1/8" x 6 1/8" (set) Lithographic image viewed through a lenticular lens with unique embellishing. Hand-signed in ink lower left on the bottom panel (an edition without embellishment consisting of 950 Arabic numbered examples 140 Arabic numbered European artist proofs 140 Arabic numbered artist proofs 140 Arabic...

...Mother...""

...Mother... 110757 Warner Bros. Studio "...Mother..." 1996 16'' x 18'' Hand painted cel. From the limited edition of 500.

1,000 Stars

1,000 Stars Yanke Tim 1000 Stars 2007 24" x 36" Mixed-media with pigment pastels ink and charcoal on media panel. Signed lower right. Signed and titled on the verso. A unique work. From the collection of the artist.

115 Chaises

115 Chaises Le Kinff Linda 115 Chaises 2015 8 1/4" x 5 3/4" (1P) Mixed media painting on paper. Hand-signed in ink lower left by the artist. Titled on verso. A unique work.

12 Years Old and Ready

12 Years Old and Ready 226401 Sports Memorabilia 12 Years Old and Ready 40'' x 30'' Black and white photograph. Hand-signed by Muhammad Ali and numbered in gold ink. From a limited edition of 56 works numbered in Arabic. IIn 2009 example 56/56 of this hand-signed limited edition photograph was added to the collection of the Muhammad Ali Center in Louisville, Kentucky. These photog...

15 Stone Ring

15 Stone Ring 243919 Roberto Coin 15 Stone Ring

18th at Pebble Beach

18th at Pebble Beach Neiman Leroy 18th at Pebble Beach 1998 18 3/4" x 32 1/4" Serigraph in color on paper. Signed in the plate lower right.

1921 (Medallion)

1921 (Medallion) Erte ( Romain De Tirtoff ) 1921 (Medallion) 2005 2 1/4" x 2 1/4" Double-sided bronze medallion. From the edition of 2500. Exclusive to Park West.

2 Femmes

2 Femmes Duaiv 2 Femmes 2013 5" x 7" Watercolor with ink on paper. Hand signed by the artist lower right. A unique work.

2 Pearl Necklace

2 Pearl Necklace 242492 The Black Pearl Gem Company 2 Pearl Necklace 2 3/8" length (pendant) Two Tahitian black pearls set in a 14kt white gold pendant with 14kt gold chain. Founded in 1993 as "The Black Pearl Gem Company", the "Tahia Collins" company was re-branded in 2005 under the name of the company's owner and designer, Tahia Collins, specializing in her exclusive desig...