Yaacov AgamA world-renowned kinetic artist, Yaacov Agam pioneered a new form of art that stresses change and movement. He studied under the Bauhaus’ color-theoretician, Johannes Itten, and then rejected traditional static concepts of painting and sculpture. Aga... Read More
Matt BeyrerMatt 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 bachel... Read More
Romero BrittoIt is difficult to travel anywhere without encountering the unparalleled art of Romero Britto. Through his use of vibrant colors and eye-catching patterns, the artist spreads a message of optimism and love around the globe.Britto’s unique fusion of P... Read More
Michael ChevalMichael Cheval is a contemporary artist known for his “Absurdist” paintings, drawings, and portraits that capture the imagination by turning reality on its head. Cheval presents his ingenious artwork as a puzzle. He invites the viewer to solve the hi... Read More
James ColemanJames Coleman was born in Hollywood, California in 1949. As a youth, his creative abilities seemed to dominate his world. Though he lacked the athletic skills of his young friends, he more than made up for it with imagination and ingenuity. As a youn... Read More
Salvador DalíBorn in Figueres, Spain, Salvador Dalí was an artistically precocious child and eventually attended the Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Madrid – getting expelled twice. He believed he was more qualified than those who administered his examinations. He... Read More
Autumn de ForestArt prodigy Autumn de Forest has been a professional artist for most of her life. Currently in her teens, de Forest has achieved amazing accomplishments, including receiving an award from the Vatican. De Forest descends from a long lineage of America... Read More
Chris DeRubeisChris DeRubeis paints on metal, mixing pigments and chemicals and incorporating power tools and natural elements such as fire, water, and freezing techniques. He calls his art “Abstract Sensualism®,” in reference to the organic nature of his painting... Read More
DuaivDuaiv was born in 1952 in the maritime region of France near the city of Bordeaux. He’s traveled the world as a classical musician and accomplished painter, receiving accolades for his incredible work in service of nurturing and promoting the arts. W... Read More
Marcus GlennMarcus Glenn is one of the most exciting young artists to emerge in recent years. Marcus is proudly a Detroit native – born and raised. His studio has long been in the heart of Corktown – the oldest neighborhood in the Motor City. He has commissioned... Read More
Michael Godard“Rock Star of the Art World” Michael Godard captivates viewers with his animated olives, whimsical grapes, and dancing strawberries. He redefines art with quirky imagery that combines imagination with humor.
Patrick GuytonBorn in Pennsylvania in 1964, Patrick Guyton had the groundwork set for his artistic career by the age of 6 under the guidance of his parents, both artists and designers. In 1984 he attended The Art Institute of Pittsburgh where he studied fine arts,... Read More
Ashton HowardAshton Howard brings the tranquility, light, and colors of the ocean to collectors around the world with his enchanting paintings and remarkably fluid art style.
Slava IlyayevSlava Ilyayev is a master of the palette knife. Ilyayev creates colorful and vivid works that carry on the traditions of Post-Impressionists like Vincent van Gogh into contemporary times. The art of Ilyayev immerses viewers in a pleasant world of war... Read More
Thomas KinkadeKnown as the “Painter of Light,” Thomas Kinkade was one of America’s most collected living artists for decades until his untimely passing at the age of 54. Kinkade once said he had something in common with Walt Disney and Norman Rockwell: He wanted t... Read More
Mark KostabiMark Kostabi is unquestionably one of the most recognizable icons to emerge from New York's legendary 1980s East Village art scene.
Anatole KrasnyanskyUkrainian artist Anatole Krasnyansky pioneered new techniques in watercolor by experimenting with texture. His artistic output centers on dualities: old and new, history and imagination, structure and surrealism.
Kre8There is no mistaking the art of Kevin “Kre8” Vigil. His distinct style of colorful, abstract splashes against black-and-gray compositions has earned him fans around the world.
David Le Batard (Lebo)Inspired by ancient modes of storytelling, comic strip compositions, and the grit of 1970s street art, David (Lebo) Le Batard surrenders his artwork to the sum of history. The Cuban-American artist is internationally recognized for his unique style—P... Read More
Linda Le KinffLinda Le Kinff was the official artist for both the 1998 World Cup and the 2010 Kentucky Derby. She studied multiple techniques around the world, combining everything from traditional painting to engraving and tempera to form her own unique style. He... Read More
Nano LopezNano Lopez was born October 31, 1955, in Bogota, Colombia. He was recognized early in his life for his artistic talent when he was awarded first place in a municipal school drawing contest at the age of five. By high school, he was making serious cop... Read More
Csaba MarkusEvoking the elegance of Renaissance art, Csaba Markus masterfully combines Old World ideals and classical mythology with contemporary flair. Inspired by Leonardo da Vinci, Markus is best known for his “Modern Mona Lisas,” which combines ancient techn... Read More
Peter MaxPeter Max has evolved from a visionary Pop artist of the 1960s to a master of Neo-Expressionism. His vibrant and colorful works have become a lasting part of contemporary American culture and is synonymous with the spirit of the ‘60s and ‘70s.
Marcel MoulyMarcel Mouly’s boldly colored, semi-abstract artwork appeals to private and public collectors around the world. Whether they are still lifes, landscapes, interiors, boats, or port scenes, Mouly’s works are collected with equal enthusiasm.
David NajarDavid Najar describes nature as a subject that is simultaneously in perfect harmony, full of beauty, and near God. His artwork seeks to capture this indescribable balance with a serene combination of movement and color, mixing imagination with realit... Read More
Pablo PicassoPablo Picasso is unquestionably the most famous artist of the 20th Century. In his artistic life, lasting more than 75 years, he created tens of thousands of works, including paintings, drawings, sculpture, original lithographs, etchings, linoleum cu... Read More
PinoGiuseppe Dangelico, better known as Pino, is a celebrated figurative artist who revolutionized the illustration industry and captured the hearts of millions with his romantic and intimate paintings. Following a successful career in the book publishin... Read More
Rembrandt van RijnThe ninth of 10 children born to Harmen Gerritzsoon van Rijn, a prosperous miller, and Neeltgen Willemsdochter van Zuytbrouck, the daughter of a baker, Rembrandt was born in Leiden, Holland – then considered to be one of the principal artistic and in... Read More
Itzchak TarkayItzchak Tarkay is considered to be a key figure in the modern figurative movement. Artworks by the Israeli artist are instantly recognizable—perceptive studies on people and places in a timeless world, captured in image by female socialites, parlors,... Read More
Daniel WallDaniel Wall is the innovator behind Intense Impressionism, a contemporary style that brings the Impressionist art movement from the 1800s into the modern era with vivid colors, heavy textures, and messages of joy and love. From his subjects to his te... Read More
WylandRenowned marine life artist Wyland helped change the way people think about the environment when he started painting his evocative, life-sized murals of whales on the sides of buildings in the 1980s.