Oz El Hai, born in Israel in 1976, channels his passion and energy into vivid abstract art and representational romantic paintings of women. Using a palette knife exclusively, Oz employs bold colors to create rich and energetic paintings that enchant viewers with an intense, yet tender, presence. His artistic style draws viewers in, captures their attention, and caresses their imaginations. Oz has a unique style, and his talent is widely recognized.
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.
Emma Knight’s landscapes are abstracted, yet the scenes are full of inferred space and very recognizable. She paints using the “indirect method” a slow process, which involves building many layers of paint. For the past decade, she has been using water-mixable oils in an attempt to be friendlier to the environment.
Thomas McKnight, long praised and admired for his loving treatment of fabled places, brings new life to his vibrant signature palette with the introduction of sensual, healing hues in “Hanna Cove” (see below). Dedicated collectors of his work will identify with his now legendary “nostalgia for an earthly Eden,” while they, along with new admirers, will delight at the layers of fresh perspective that recede to a fantastic horizon.
I was born and raised in Boston, and have an MBA from Dartmouth. I was an Account Executive at the Leo Burnett ad agency in Chicago, and then was the Director of Retail Marketing and Advertising for Polo Ralph Lauren in NYC when I got the bug to write country music. I moved to Nashville to become a songwriter, and have had a few dozen songs recorded. I thought that writing would be it for me: I couldn’t imagine loving anything more. Well, I was wrong…