The artistic style of Avtandil’s paintings is Impressionist, but he leans toward the cubist and abstract, creating a specific synthesis of approach. He is therefore able to bring about a feeling of light and harmony that is both poetic and aesthetic. Avtadil shows the human being as always beautiful, a harmonious entity that realizes the truth of its inner reality.
Berc Ketchian is an Armenian American artist, who hopes to capture the world through his windows – the nostalgic nights of Bodum, the afternoon breakfasts, fisherfolk, the sophisticated ladies along with the local drunks.
Artist Holland Berkley’s goal in creating her art is to convey a sense of mystery and awe. To describe her art is, in itself, a challenge. Her human forms, abstracted rather than literal, are placed in an environment of graphic symbols and universal patterns derived from studies of primitive cultures.
Suhas Bhujbal has been painting architecture and cityscapes for almost 10 years. His incredible contemporary paintings are now available at Chasen Galleries!
Internationally renowned pop artist Romero Britto uses vibrant colors and bold patterns as a visual language of hope and happiness.
Gloria Coker’s work is poetry, music, and motion blended in a vibrant world of color that is breath taking. Her art pulsates with life and sound. It is like being at the center of a vortex of energy, momentum and brilliance- swept into a dynamic landscape of visual splendor.
E Denis is dedicated solely to his painting career and has accomplished in a short time what many work a lifetime to achieve. He has mastered virtually every painting technique, and invests time studying other art experts as well.
Helen Frank is an American artist, residing in northern New Jersey. Her artwork reflects the everyday, and she is always busy drawing. Frank’s images encompass her extensive travels as well as life at home with her family.
Sherwin Ghaphery’s travels inspire her to capture the people and places she visits. “I enjoy letting the paint flow over the canvas – giving life again to what I have experienced.”
French artist, Michel Guyon, was born in 1947 in Nantes France. He often portrays classic opera scenes.
Michel Guyon has created many original works using “The marriage of Figaro”, “The Magic Flute”, Faust, Carmen and Don Giovanni. His latest series of paintings includes Carnivale and Cabaret scenes.
John Harrell says of his process “Being an artist is doing what comes naturally. My subjects choose me-their patterns and shapes, their sense of rhythm and movement, inspire my creative energy. Pastel and acrylic allow me to capture the immediacy of the experience.”
Born in the city of Shiraz, Iran in 1951, Hessam Abrishami was the son of middle class parents and one of eight brothers and sisters. At age 15, through the inspiration and encouragement of a high school teacher, Hessam discovered both his love of art and his own talent for painting. As a result he became almost obsessed with painting.
As a painter born in Southern Russia, Julia Klimova was influenced by the sunlight and warmth, the beauty of nature in her homeland, which shaped her creativity and perception of color.
Goli Mahallati’s triumphant spirit and newly found freedom to express herself is evident in her paintings by the proud stateliness of her independent figures, the emotional connection between couples and joyous gatherings of friends. She was strongly impacted by her multi-cultural surroundings as a young girl raised in Persia. Leaving her birthplace to seek opportunities that were not in accord to young women under an ultra-conservative government, Goli settled in Massachusetts where she earned a MA degree. She currently lives in California where she devotes herself to painting.
I want to paint images that move, that live, that reach beyond the moment fixed to the canvas. I came to art with little formal training, and 30 years of making my way through the world. I had been working at the Embassy of France ‘s office of the National Center for Scientific Research where I translated two books dealing with Chance and Time.
Authentic prints of various types are available at the gallery from the following artists: Pablo Picasso, Salvador Dali, Pierre-Auguste Renoir, Roy Lichtenstein, Berthe Morisot,
Pino Daeni’s canvases elicit feelings of warmth, nostalgia, love and family. His paintings are often set on vibrantly sunny beaches, typically in the Mediterranean where he grew up. Pino (born Giuseppe Dangelico in Italy) is noted for his exceptional ability to capture the movements and expressions of his subjects – a talent which has brought him private commissions to do portraits.
Alain Pontecorvo could almost qualify as a hyperrealist. His pieces take you on a journey which calms and instills equilibrium.
A native and resident of France, Alain Pontecorvo has been a professional artist since he sold his first painting in 1960 as a student in the Decorative Art School of Paris.
Regarded by many as one of the great modern artists, Tomasz Rut has become a living master. Born in Poland, Tomasz Rut trained in Art Conservation at the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw.
“I look for inspiration in the humanistic tradition of classical art. My canvases express the entire spectrum of human emotions from exhilaration and cheerfulness to contentment, melancholy, pain, and agony,” explains Rut (pronounced ‘root’.)
Sharon Rusch Shaver, a resident of middle Tennessee, has been painting professionally since the 1970’s, and continues to receive top awards and recognition in her field. In 2008 the artist was awarded an Artist in Residence at Glen Arbor Art Association in Glen Arbor, MI.
Michael Steirnagle has been both a teacher of art and an illustrator. He served as an associate professor at Palomar College in San Marcos, California. His figurative paintings are currently available from Chasen Galleries.
Antonio Tamburro was born in Isernia, Italy and attended the Academy of Fine Arts in Naples. He then went on to the Academy of Fine Arts in Rome.