Get to know more about our artists and their techniques.
The aerial photographs of Steven Manolakis record remote landscapes and capture compositional moments of seamless ethereal abstractions
Embracing color, gesture, and line, the multimedia artist employs an assortment of materials, including oil, acrylic, pastel, charcoal, and photography to create emotional landscapes.
Thomas von Palubitzki’s signature flatworks hover somewhere in between a wall relief and a painting, adding visual intrigue for the viewer.
Undoubtedly, Simone Schwarz mines her psychic space to generate soulful paintings that deliver healing auras and thought-forms in astral colors.
Sahar Khalkhalian forges large-scale, gestural paintings that seethe with raw emotion, carrying out a collective voice about themes of displacement, loss of humanity, and trauma.
A self-proclaimed storyteller, Al Saleh’s cloaked narratives investigate Emirati culture and aim to unpack societal views about how it is portrayed by the mainstream media.
Sempu Nakajima attempts to break Japanese characters free from their traditional form, while simultaneously respecting their beauty and tradition.
An alluring cocktail of mystery and nostalgia, Evelyna Helmer’s representational collages redirect us into a fragmented world of unanswered questions, entropy and isolation.
Abbey’s iPhone photography appropriately communicates a deep thirst for moments of silence, reflection and solace.
Explore a curated collection of artworks that pay tribute to the Post-Impressionist movement in a variety of styles.
”I grew up with a spatula in one hand and a paintbrush in another among a family of artists and cooks. I’ve blended the two together, as chef/author of 5 award-winning cookbooks and a mixed media artist.”
Marlene is frequently commissioned for family paintings, ordered by collectors from all over the world and inspired by their favorite photos. The artist always looks forward to painting the love of her clients and turn this into a gift they will treasure forever!
Learn about Marion’s impressive life story and how she bridges a plethora of activities, beginning with art.
“Art, fashion, architecture, and design have always been connected. I was always fascinated by the Belle Époque style, Art Déco movement, and the Roaring Twenties atmosphere.”
“My artwork is created with oil on canvas because I find that medium allows for greater freedom of unlimited expression.”