Thomas Arvid Wine Art:
Through Thomas Arvid's strikingly realistic compositions of wine, he has redefined the modern still life, setting an unmatched precedent in the art world. Thomas Arvid has achieved incredible success and national acclaim with his still life compositions of wine and the rituals that surround it. Arvid unites the aesthetics of art and the sensual complexity of fine wine in his large-scale paintings. He has a talent for portraying light and color. Uniting an eye for photo-realism with a genuine talent for abstract composition, Thomas Arvid offers an innovative commentary about a familiar subject.
Thomas Arvid is a Detroit native with no formal art training who never dreamed of making a career as an artist, but was encouraged to find a secure job and dedicate himself to the blue collar work ethics of his home. Though drawing, painting murals and doing illustrations were a part of Thomas ... (more)
Godard Wine Art Wine Art:
Michael Godard is widely recognized as one of the most versatile artist of our time. Godard has appeared on ABC, NBC, Chris Angel, Inked and the Christopher Lowell Show on the discovery Channel. Michael Godard was commissioned by the Double Platinum Rock Band "Dishwalla" to do the covers of two of their albums "Opaline" & "Dishwalla". From the mind of an artist (Michael Godard) who does not drink, comes his vision of fun that fits most people's lifestyle. Godard's more popular series "Don't Drink and Draw" features animated olives and martinis, the art a commentary of our times as well as realistic masterpieces. Although the themes vary, Michael Godard's art changes the face of even the most traditional subjects creating mood and mystery on canvas.
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Scott Jacobs Wine Art:
The first artist to be licensed by Harley Davidson, Scott Jacobs has elevated motorcycle art to an unprecedented level. Scott Jacobs' work is characterized as photo realistic, offering extreme detail and realism. Jacobs uses both acrylic and oil mediums on canvas, masonite and other surfaces. Scott Jacobs also uses many photographs of a subject, taken from all angles to achieve the depth shown in his paintings. Scott Jacobs' work is remarkable for its photo realistic excellence.
The latest work is not just realistic, people have described it as surreal. Scott Jacobs' professional training includes Parson's School of Design in New York, Ducret School of Art in New Jersey, and numerous illustration "getaways", all of which were taught by some of the most well established illustrators in the nation today. Scott Jacobs' style and success has rejuvenated the super-realistic genre of art. ... (more)
Christopher M Wine Art:
Christopher M., 33, was born in Oakland, CA and continues to reside in the San Diego area. Christopher M. believes his quest is to paint our universal love affair with food. "To me, painting is communication like a song or a story," Christopher M. says, "I want to tell people stories with my paintings and hopefully they are stories that they will enjoy and that will remind them of all the good things in life." Christopher M. was fortunate to learn the techniques and history of art while attending the Academy of Art University in San Francisco. After school, he went on to receive accolades from the San Francisco Society of Illustrators. Christopher M. uses oil paint on his canvases and the occasional wood panel or linen. Not a stranger to multi-tasking while working, Christopher M. does enjoy reading and writing in his down time.
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Fabian Perez Wine 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)
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