Michael Flohr Art Street Scenes:
Michael Flohr's work is a visual adventure. It is a rare and celebrated occasion when an artist is discovered that has a unique talent, fresh vision and exceptional ability to transcend artistic predisposition. Painter Michael Flohr is just such an artist. Michael Flohr's work is a visual adventure. Not only in its exquisite beauty, obvious artistic integrity and the emotion elicited in every work of art, but in the artist's ability to effect the invention of a genre unique and true in and of itself in today's contemporary art world. Depicting ordinary moments in extraordinary ways, Michael Flohr's work is an intellectually artistic mastery of color, perspective, technique and vision. Michael Flohr is a young San Diego artist whose modern impressionistic paintings of bar scenes, cafe scenes and busy city streetscapes offer a colorful social commentary on our times.
Alexei Butirskiy Street Scenes:
Born in Moscow in 1974, Alexei Butirskiy visited an exhibition in Pushkin museum at the age of 5, it was then that he decided to become an artist. Alexei Butirskiy entered Moscow Art College, then in 1996 he finished his studies at the Art College and graduated with an Excellence Diploma. In 1998 Alexei Butirskiy completed the Russian Academy of the Arts where he studied under respected professor L.S. Hasyanova.
Since 1996, Butirskiy has participated in over 10 exhibitions, one-man shows and auctions both in Russia and in England and over 25 shows in the United States. Alexei Butirskiy's favorite technique is realism and impressionism. His favorite artistic medium that he uses to express himself is oil and canvas. The most influential people that have helped Alexei Butirskiy shape his art work are Vermeer, Rembrant, Jourj Latur, Andru Waite, Serov (XIX), Levitan (XIX).
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Vadik Suljakov Street Scenes:
Vadik Suljakov (Dima) was born in 1960 in Moscow, the cultural center of Russia. Vadik, known only to his friends as "Dima", began painting at the age of seven. At age twelve Suljakov started his formal training at Moscow First Art School. He continued to study the fundamentals of painting and drawing and established the sold skills of master artist.
In 1990, Vadik Suljakov left Russia like many other artists had done, because they were asked to tie their art to politics. He then spent a year in New York City with a group of other artists from his native Russia, working as a commercial artist.
In 1991 Vadik Suljakov moved to Southern California where he became an immediate success painting his vibrantly colored and textured paintings of France and Italy. Now over 15 years later Suljakov has reinvented his painting style and is now known only by "Dima." Dima has transitioned from ... (more)
James Coleman Street Scenes:
James Coleman's wonderful sense of color and ability to translate emotion into image has molded his professional career that spans over 26 years. James Coleman didn't need to go to Hollywood, he was born there in 1949. As a youth, James Coleman's creative abilities seemed to dominate his world.
As a young man, James Coleman's interest in film making and fine art would mark the beginning of a long, successful career in animated films. He found his artistic niche at Walt Disney Studios as a background animation specialist for 22 years. Eventually James Coleman left the motion picture industry and turned his talent to canvas full time.
Today James Coleman continues to illuminate the art world with his vibrant colors, gentle moods, and exquisite detail. He works in oil, watercolor, gouache and pastel, creating images that are impressionistic in style. His fantastic landscapes, sumptu ... (more)
Mark Lague Street Scenes:
The fast-paced pulse of urban life is the recurring theme in many of Mark Lague's paintings. Lague's canvases capture the overall spirit of the city in loose, dynamic brushstrokes. Lague's travels take him to many of the world's most sophisticated cities where Mark Lague thrives on the hustle and bustle of life that teems daily in the streets.
Mark Lague travels to many of his favorite locations such as New York, San Francisco, Los Angeles, London, and Paris for inspiration. One of Mark Lague's favorite cosmopolitan cities is Rome, Italy. Lague says, "Rome seems to fit my aesthetic well because there is such a mix between modern life and classical architecture." This very talented painter considers the shapes that make up the city environment a beautiful, yet abstract, composition just waiting to be put on canvas.
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