Henry Asencio Art Figurative Art:
Contemporary painter Henry Asencio is a master of painting the female form. He is naturally drawn to paint the human figure for its timeless sensitivity. His work blends classical ideas of figurative painting with a unique contemporary style, reminiscent of the Impressionists. He works with either live models or photographs, seeking to portray his female figures as strong and contemplative. He paints in a very aggressive and loose style, often painting with a palette knife. The artist states, "Painting for me is very cathartic, and is the most articulate way for me to express my passion and internal dialogues." Merging introspection and visual spectacle, Henry Asencio's personal investigations of femininity, spirituality, and abstraction possess the power to transform today's ideals of elegance and contemporary sensuality.
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Bob Byerley Figurative Art:
Bob Byerley is one of the foremost painters of children today. His classical, ultra realistic paintings—interpretations of the everyday experiences of the child—awaken in the viewer long forgotten memories. His art combines the precise academic painting techniques of the Old Dutch Masters with the heart and soul of Norman Rockwell. His tender and nostalgic oil paintings evoke the kinder and gentler age of Bob Bylerly's own childhood.
In Bob Byerley paintings, imagination abounds. He portrays children interacting naturally with fairies, elves, and surrealistic imaginary animals. He paints children doing things, rather than viewing things; his kids are alive with vitality and mischief. We invite you to come along and visit the Neighborhood and enjoy some of the finest artwork in realism being done today.
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Aldo Luongo Figurative Art:
Aldo Luongo was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina in 1941, of Italian heritage. Luongo had two great passions: art and soccer. Shortly after Aldo Luongo's graduation from the Academy of Fine Arts in Buenos Aires in the early 1960s, Luongo came to the U.S. to play professional soccer for the New York Cosmos. Aldo Luongo has continued his reign at the top of the contemporary art world for almost four decades - a distinction that puts him in a class of his own. Aldo Luongo has received numerous awards and honors, including being named a 3-time official Olympic Artist (Summer 1988, Summer 1996, and Winter 2002). Aldo Luongo's bold, impressionistic style has often been referred to as "Romance on Canvas".
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Fabian Perez Figurative Art:
Fabian Perez was born on November 2, 1967 in Buenos Aires, Argentina. As a teenager Perez was fascinated with martial arts and fine arts. Therefore, Perez dedicated himself to study both disciplines. Karate helped influence Fabian Perez' character giving him great discipline as well as opening him up to other forms of art. Much of what Fabian Perez learned through his Eastern studies influenced his paintings. Fabian Perez left Argentina when he was 22 to live in Italy where he resided for seven years. It is here where Fabian Perez career in painting and writing took an transcendental journey. It is also in Italy where Perez was inspired to write his book "Reflections of a Dream", which was published later in the United States. Fabian Perez then went to Japan where he lived for one year. While there Perez painted The Japanese Flag and A Meditating Man which are on display in a government ... (more)
Ira Reines Sculpture Figurative Art:
Philosophy, cosmology and the sublime beauty of the works of Michelangelo, Rodin and Bernini are the inspiration from which Ira Reines draws to create his profound sculptural thesis on the relationships of order and chaos to man and divinity.
Ira Reines was born in New York City on December 3, 1957. At nineteen, one of Reines' sculptures caught the eye of the director of the Medallic Art Company of Danbury, Connecticut who offered him employment sculpting medallions. In 1980, Ira Reines was hired to work with Art Deco Master Erté, considered by many as the father of Art Deco. Ira worked closely with Erté, translating the master's two-dimensional designs into seventy bronze sculptures that were sold world-wide.
Upon Erté's passing in 1990, Reines returned to his own sculptural vision exploring the relationship between man and the cosmos, order and chaos and the sublime divine beau ... (more)
Sheri Figurative Art:
Sheri was born in Ukraine in 1968, graduating valedictorian from the Serov College later studying at St Petersburg Academy of Art. Sheri's graduation artwork was accepted into the permanent collection of the Academy of Art, and a year later, the same painting, "Early snow" received Russia's highest honor, the "Russian State Award for Outstanding achievement in Art or Entertainment". Sheri's paintings are saturated in color and energy, Sheri's painting capturing movement and spirit of her subjects.
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M.L. Snowden Figurative Art:
For the young Snowden living in New York City, part of the positive potential of sculpture was nurtured through family friends Salvador Dali, Paul Manship, and Isamu Noguchi; all of whom encouraged M.L. Snowden at an early age to pursue her love of art. As Snowden recalls, "Actually I felt Dali liked children. When he was showing my mother creative furniture he'd designed, he made me take my chewing gum out of my mouth. He told me to take my wet gum in my fingers and had me roll a little worm which was a snake and a ball which was an apple. He said all natural forms are based on these two little shapes, whether they're stretched, melted into other things, or are left alone. He told me my arm was a snake and my head was an apple. I had received an art lesson and I was delighted!" Such family associations sprung from the time when George Snowden joined Dali, Manship, and Noguchi in creatin ... (more)
George Tsui Figurative Art:
American artist George Tsui, temporalily relocated to Beijing in 1996, after 20 years in the New York art scene. Those travels produced a series of works entitled "Fair Ladies of the Past", featuring Chinese women in the glory and splendor of ancient of China. According to George Tsui, those paintings "employ a dual technique of painting and sculpture that is traditionally ornate yet abstract in the most modern sense." George Tsui's fascination with the beauty and culture of historical China helped inspire him to explore and penetrate the surface of the country's outer landscape and expose the rich inner culture of China. In his time spent in New York George Tsui received a degree in oil painting from the Art Student's League, and while working at NBC George Tsui received the 1977 Emmy Award for Best Individual Craft. Included in his works from that period are paintings chosen for the ... (more)
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