Hull, United Kingdom
Alicja Mielczarek was born and raised in Poland. At 6 years old, Alicja discovered the magic of oil paints and felt a pull toward art. By the age 20, she had dedicated her life to art, and helping others connect with their own creative passion.
By profession, I am a university teacher. I have to be always busy doing research and I love it. Along with it, I also love painting. Though I do not have any formal training in Fine Arts, I try to draw pictures whenever I get time. It gives me immense pleasure when I indulge myself in painting since my childhood. As soon as, I complete drawing a picture, I feel a sense of accomplishment.
I am Amita Singha from Bangladesh. By profession, I am a university teacher. Drawing is my passion. Recently, two of my artworks have been exhibited in Doncaster Art Fair Open 2022 and Exhibizone-Winter 2022.
I am an Engineer. Currently, I am working as a Research Lecturer in the Institute of Energy Technology, Chittagong University of Engineering and Technology, Bangladesh. I love drawing. Though I did not have any professional training, I like to draw pictures.
I was born and raised in Kiev, Ukraine. It was there that I first was captivated by the beauty of the natural world, which fueled my passion for drawing and painting. I really like Kiev, whose landscapes, places, and people had fascinated me ever since I was introduced to the artworks of Claude Monet during my university studies at National Academy of Art. My artistic exploration of my homeland has been the greatest joy in my life, and through my paintings I hope to share some of my emotional experiences of this part of the world.
National Academy of Arts and Architecture 2014-2018
Shevchenko Art School (Kiev) 2010-2014
2009 – 1 place at the Second All-Ukrainian Children’s Painting Competition “Peace to the World”
2013 – 1 place at the Seventh International Art Contest of Contemporary Art in the nomination: Landscape. (Ukrainian Art Week)
2013 – 1 place on the 11th All-Ukrainian competition of academic drawing.
2009 – Second All-Ukrainian Children’s Painting Competition “Peace to the World”
2013 – Seventh International Art Contest of Contemporary Art in the nomination: Landscape. (Ukrainian Art Week)
2013 – 11th All-Ukrainian competition of academic drawing
2013 – Participant of the Charity auction in support of Shevchenko Art School within the framework of the project “DUKAT ART CHARITY”
(Auction house “Ducat”)
2014 – participant of the Annual All-Ukrainian Art Exhibition devoted to the Day of the Artist (NSHU)
2014. – Personal exhibition “Autumn Mood” (2 Zolotovoritska str.)
2014. Participant of All-Ukrainian art competition. (NAFA Exhibition Hall)
2014 – participant of All-Ukrainian Christmas Exhibition (NSHU)
2014 – Participant of All-Ukrainian Exhibition devoted to the winter holidays. (NSHU)
2015 – Personal exhibition “Dialogues”,
Museum of outstanding figures of Ukrainian culture, st. Saksaganskogo 97, Kiev, Ukraine.
2015 – Participant of All-Ukrainian art competition. (Exhibition Hall NAFA)
2017 – Participation of All-Ukrainian Painting Competition “Silver Easel”, also participate in a joint exhibition with other artists. (Building of the State Administration) Uzhgorod, Ukraine.
Huntly, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
My subject matter and emotions are driving my choices for my preferred medium of painting, ranging from acrylics, charcoal and ink to watercolours. My work tends to capture moments in time, places, feelings or memories. It reflects the relationship I have with myself, my interconnection with others and my surrounding environments. A theme central to my work is the idea of perception which is very personal to my personality, as perception is heavily influenced by our expectations, experiences and emotions.
I was born in Poland and raised in France where I studied Art at University. For many years I was based in the U.K. before relocating to Dubai. My subject matter and emotions are driving my choices for my preferred medium of painting, ranging from acrylics, charcoal and ink to watercolours. My work tends to capture moments in time, places, feelings or memories. It reflects the relationship I have with myself, my interconnection with others and my surrounding environments. A theme central to my work is the idea of perception, which is very personal to my personality, as perception is heavily influenced by our expectations, experiences, and emotions. How I feel affects the way I see the world and as a consequence the subject and the technique used for my paintings. For instance, when creating my Secret Garden's series I used bright and unusual colours. This was a way to force the viewer to look better and rediscover places differently. It's a call to open up, become more aware of our environment. How do we interpret our surroundings? Especially in a lockdown situation, I wanted to make what is around us more visible, more blissful, to maintain and cultivate a positivity and hopefulness for the future. Sit back and smell the roses. Stop worrying and take one day at a time. Reflect the connection of oneself with their surroundings. Nature is often taken for granted and when life becomes hectic, we stop seeing it and being positively affected by it. Here is a time where we can observe, enjoy simple things, rest and reflect. Furthermore, the idea of secret gardens is a connection to our dreams, our creativity and to the hidden sides of our psyche. It's the place of our inhibitions and secrets, a personal landscape that it's inside all of us. This lockdown is also a good time to look inside and get closer to our inner selves. Finally, this painting can be seen as a hymn to my own femininity as a female painter.
Battle Ground, WA
Kim has been painting in a variety of mediums and styles for over 30 years. She is represented by galleries in the US and UK, and her work is in public and private collections worldwide.
Her work features pastel landscapes inspired from the beautiful woods of Washington State where she lives. Kim plays with light filtering through trees, reflective ponds, and stunning skies.
She enjoys conducting virtual and live workshops and sharing her knowledge of the pastel medium, as well as jurying exhibitions for pastel societies when requested. Kim is an active member of the Northwest Pastel Society, the Pastel Society of America, Piedmont Pastel Society, and the International Association of Pastel Societies.
Palma de Mallorca
Lina Redford is an exciting, emerging but rapidly evolving Belorussian painter based in Spain who has exhibited her work internationally. Inspired by her multicultural background and people she met during her travels, Lina's goal in her art is to represent the uniqueness on a canvas. Currently living in Spain Lina is inspired by nature and wildlife, producing a series focused on animals. Her signature subject is Hummingbird, Lina adores how such a tiny creature can fit so much happiness of life.
My name is Malena Chavez Hidalgo (17 years old). I am from Lima, Peru. I am a self-taught artist. Also, I have been practicing ballet since I was 3 years old and I play the piano. I love art in all its forms. I like to use different artistic techniques and I am interested in creating paintings that reflect my emotions.
Tehran, gisha, iran
Im an iranian artist which I graduated in Kuala Lumpur in communication design, sold my art works in johannesburg south africs auction stephan welz & co. Ill hv a exhibition near by in jun in dubai
Im an iranian artist i been graduated in communication design in Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur n had sold some of my art works in johannesburg, south africa, stephan welz & co. I’ll hv exhibition near by in dubai.
It would be great to participate on your sell art works
O Yemi Tubi (MOYAT)
Dagenham, East London
O Yemi Tubi is a Nigerian born, USA trained artist currently residing in the United Kingdom. After graduating with a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the Valdosta State University, GA, USA, O Yemi worked as a creative director for a media company for nearly two decades. Since 2014, he has been a freelance visual and graphic artist. Over the years, O Yemi developed his unique personal style characterized by bright colors and expressive figurative imagery. The artist paints with acrylic and watercolor, but his favorite medium is oil paint.
Musami’s work focuses on healing and restoration as it is experienced through the gender divide. The process which he uses to produce the work act as Symbolic gestures in how he explores notions of healing and restoration. The physical act of scratching, mark making, tearing, cutting and destroying and then mending and fixing are expressed in the final outcome of the work.
Musami’s work has been exhibited over the years in various solo and group exhibitions in Harare, Johannesburg, Cape Town, United Kingdom and Italy, receiving acclaim from local media and many critical observers.
Sheffield , united Kingdom
I am inspired by the vastness of the universe and our place within it. I believe art is the expression of our innermost self. I am fascinated by how colour, form and composition can merge to convey meanings on a spiritual level and cause emotional and sometimes physical responses within the viewer.
Winner of the People's choice Award, Fronteer Open 2021
I was inspired to become a painter at a very young age and through the years,I created a recognisable figurative style, with realistic, expressive and modern elements. My style was influenced by a thorough artistic research and numerous art museums visits. The focus of my art are portraits and figurative work, painted in an original, unique, emotional and sensual manner.
Somerset West, Cape Town, South Africa
Sonja Nel is an upcoming expressionist colourist from Somerset West in the Winelands near Cape Town, South Africa. She loves to paint landscapes, still life and especially her signature theme which is 'Woman with flowers'. Sonja has had two solo exhibitions in Somerset West and one in Onrus near Hermanus. She regularly exhibits together with other artists in Cape Town and Pretoria. Sonja's paintings feature in private collections in Australia, Belgium, California, Corfu, England, Ireland, Italy, Namibia, New York, Scotland, South Africa and Spain.
Tin Stanton is a creative artist from Bristol with a passion for painting. His study of traditional impressionist techniques and his experience as a photographer enable him to deliver the dramatic through the use of colour and light, giving his paintings an intrinsically cinematic feel.
His ongoing futuristic exploration ‘Visitors’ is a collection of beautiful yet haunting paintings underpinned by a dark, insightful world of drawings, photographs, digital works, sculpture and text, which raise questions about aspects of our own futures in a way that is both convincing and compelling.
With several works claiming finalist positions in galleries in London, Birmingham and Doncaster in 2021, Tin Stanton has also had his own solo exhibition in the D31 Art Gallery, Doncaster in 2022.
I am a housewife from eastern Ukraine. Drawing children has always been my passion.I enjoy drawing people too. During adolescence I primarily painted portraits. Graduated from the Engineering and Construction Institute in the city of Kiev.