Paintings Archive

Fantasy Art by Agnes Boulloche

Agnes Boulloche was born in Paris, she spent her childhood in Morocco. These young years in North Africa made Agnes a legend and Djinn connoisseur, a lover of the uncanny. Back in Paris in the Sixties, she was a student at the Ecole des Arts Décoratifs, in the followed years, she entirely concentrated on oil […]

Oil on Canvas by Dominique Hoffer

At first, I am working as a professional pilot for various swiss and south african airlines (1972-1988). In 1988, I quit cockpits and dedicate myself to painting. Oil on canvas has become my tool very soon. I like to figure strange, unusual, poetic situations and atmospheres, including these four elements, most of the time : […]

Art Work by David Lloyd Glover

John Lennon Let there be light and DAVID LLOYD GLOVER will find it. A prolific painter, David uses the difficult medium of water-colour and deftly achieves a multi-layered emotional — and for some, transcendental experience. White light, if you will, becomes the portrait path of self- exploration and fulfilment and the illumination of truth and […]

“Homenaje al cuadro” – A Fanciful Series by Pablo Guzman

Pablo Guzmanis a Columbia-based painter whose work is well known for pushing the boundary between subject and viewer. His series “Homenaje al cuadro”, is basically a succession of paintings of people with their backs to the viewer. It seems that each of his subjects are looking at something infinitely interesting in front of them. It […]

Cityscapes On A Cloudy Day by Eugene J. Paprocki

Eugene J. Paprocki is a Chcago born artist who has been featured in 14 one-man exhibitions in two continents. He has always dabbled in painting, even in his childhood. He formally studied Fine Art at Loyola University in Chicago. To augment his already considerable skill, he traveled the world extensively, visiting the work of the […]

Don Packwood Automotive Art

Painting Title: RED MAX   – Racing Monza – Sir Stirling Moss made the point, that he wasn’t a natural driver, in his opinion, having to work very hard to be fast. On the other hand he believed drivers like Nuvolari, Fangio and Senna were naturals. What set these individuals apart was that they possessed […]

Airbrush Art by Karel Kopic

Haircut Karel Kopic is the only Eastern European artist invited to the airbrush exhibitions in Germany, Switzerland, Italy and Prague his work has been published in the airbrush magazines around the world.Karel Kopic works for major advertising agencies and publishers: Milka, Danone, Berentzen, Eurotel, Lucky Strike, Schöller, Ferrero, Kinder Surprise, Coca-Cola Company, Polygram Universal.

Marcel Franquelin – Art Work in Progress

Final Art Work Art is illusion I have always been fascinated by the visual impact that comes from the works of the Masters; their paintings are magic, bringing you “elsewhere”, way past the simple surface of a canvas. I was trained very traditionally at “Les Beaux-Arts” in France, and spent my life studying and teaching […]