The oranges of Atomik between street art and social protest.

Wandering the streets of Miami, it's easy to come across the smiling orange that pops up all over the streets of the city. These are Atomik's works and they are everywhere: on walls, on bins, on light poles.  Atomik, Adam's stage name (the surname is still unknown to the public) says: "100% Miami".  He was born and raised in Miami where he developed a love for street art many years ago ...

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Newell Convers Wyeth between western painting, literature and illustration stration.

American realist artist and illustrator, Newell Convers Wyeth (1882-1945), was one of America's greatest illustrators whose illustrations were designed to be quickly understood, created over 3,000 paintings and illustrated 112 books, 25 of which were for the Simon & Schuster Scribner Illustrated Classic. Born in Needham, Massachusetts, his grandparents and parents came from Switzerland where his mother met great men of letters and raised his son with a particular interest in ...

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The art of Riccardo Franzoni, a tribute to the greats of the past between oil painting, decorations and strappi d’affresco.

Riccardo Franzoni is an Italian artist originally from Brescia who has made his childhood passion his life's work and whose passion has increased exponentially thanks to the knowledge he acquired during his formative and cultural growth. After brilliantly completing his high school diploma at the Caravaggio Art Institute in Brescia, obtaining a diploma as a master of art in pictorial decoration and later in applied art, Franzoni perfected his painting technique ...

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Hector Prado’s Contemporary Fantastic Realism between vigorous brushstrokes and colors.

Artist with exuberant colors Hector Prado is an established graphic designer who has realized the dream of becoming a visual artist.  Born and raised in Cali, Colombia, Hector Prado lives and works in Miami where his works are appreciated by collectors around the world.  After studying Graphic Design in Panama, he made his debuted as a digital graphic designer, he was also art director and multimedia creative for multiple national and ...

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Face to FACE with Graydon Parrish’s figurative realism between classicism and contemporaneity.

It is a mix of classic realism and contemporary realism the art of Graydon Parrish, American artist who will be among the great protagonists of FACE- Fine Art Convention and Expo, 2020, now in its fourth edition and which will take place this year in Baltimore from October 29th to November 1st. Thanks to the imprinting given to him by his parents, collectors of nineteenth-century American and European art, Graydon had ...

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Rosalba Carriera: the artist who made pastel a technique in all respects.

Venetian Rococo painter  Rosalba Carriera was an Italian artist, known both for her pastel portraits and for the miniatures on snuff boxes, for which she was the first to use ivory instead of parchment. Born in a house on the Grand Canal in Venice, from a mother who worked as a lacemaker, Rosalba learned very early on the technique, the delicacy and mastery with which she worked lace, which made ...

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Andrea Kowch’s rural and surreal America crystallized between past and present.

Considered in 2012 as one of the world's 100 emerging artists Andrea Kowch was born in Michigan and received her BFA in 2009 (Summa Cum Laude) with a dual specialization in Illustration and Art Education.   The considerations of 2012 proved to be true: the artist has won numerous awards and recognitions that have allowed her to receive several scholarships and granted her the honor of representing the Corcoran Gallery of ...

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Kobra’s social messages conveyed by his kaleidoscope world in color.

Work of the series Ethnicities made by Kobra, Wynwood, Miami 2018 and 2019. Brazilian-born artist Eduardo Kobra is a world-renowned mural artist who has created numerous murals in the streets of Wynwood, Miami, and where he had his first exhibition on canvas organized by Goldman Global Artists in December and entitled Kobra-Larger Than Life II, with works ranging from $45,000 to $100,000.  The unmistakable style of Eduardo Kobra is characterized by ...

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Howard Terpning, the painter of the American Western: on tiptoe in the representation of the natives of America.

Among the great representatives of contemporary Western art, Howard Terpning, born in 1927, is undoubtedly one of the great American painters and illustrators. In his works he mainly represents the natives of America in scenes of everyday life and portraits. Like all great artists he has been drawing since childhood, at the age of 17 he served in the Marine Corps for two years, after which he enrolled at the ...

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The intensity of Damian Lechoszest, a realistic synthesis between abstractionism and expressionism.

Graduated from the Opole University of Technology in 2012, Damian Lechoszest shows particular familiarity and skill in drawing from an early age, which is why his primary school plastic art teacher decides to personally take care of him and give him lessons in his own art studio. Damian Lechoszest is a perfectionist in his field and is able to physically destroy a work of art if it does not completely ...

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