Ognian Zekoff

A hyperrealistic artist based in Montreal, Ognian Zekoff uses traditional techniques to create powerful visionary artworks that portray an human emotions within his oil paintings. Zekoff is an internationally recognised artist and a master chiaroscurist, focusing on the human hand and the nude female body as his main subjects, which he masters with a three-dimensional effect.

Peppe Perone

Sculptor and Installation artist, Peppe Perone, creates sculptures by covering and crystallising with a thin layer of sand. Perone creates sculptures of animals and common objects that are taken out of their own context, whilst experimenting with  the children’s game that the fragility of things are subject to a continuous transformation.

Raphaella Spence

Within her colourful and beautiful hyperrealistic landscapes, Raphaella Spence creates monumental paintings which are executed with incredible skill and attention to detail. Spence finds her influence and passion within urban landscapes, cityscapes and the Umbrian countryside.

Roberta Coni

Primarily interested in the human form, Roberta Coni focuses on expression and emotions of the present moment. Coni creates large-scale oil paintings which focus on the eyes of her portrait subjects, portraying a sense of realism within her series of works, reminiscent of Flemish old masters.

Roberto Bernardi

With an obsession for detail and pictorial techniques, Roberto Bernardi closely associates his paintings with photorealism. Bernardi’s hyperrealistic monumental pieces capture three-dimensional effects through his portrayal of  light, shadows and bold colours, existing within his still-life subjects.

Rock Therrien

Canadian painter, Rock Therrien, primarily creates paintings featuring familiar characters in amusing and wacky situations in which viewers can often recognize themselves within.

Sebastian Herzau

Painting both portraits and landscapes, Sebastian Herzau’s artworks share a common blurred, enigmatic effect through his use of soft pastel colours, veiled layering and subtle distortion. Herzau’s unique approach portrays his subjects with an element of mystery, combined with many layers of paint forming a three-dimensional effect within his work, emphasizing the separation between real space and illusion.

Stefano Bombarderi

Bombardieri is renowned for bringing public squares and parks to life with monumental sculptures of wild animals caught in unconventional situations. Like in a circus, the first impression that these creatures instil in the audience is a smile, followed by a more serious consideration on human nature.

Tim Woolcock

As a modern British painter Woolcock's landscapes have often been described as mystical in their composition. He has always shown an affinity with Zen and this is reflected in most of his work. The strong pigments used in his oil colour have also made his work distinctive.

Walter Trecchi

Combining original cityscapes with overgrown and rebuilt infrastructure, Walter Trecchi marked himself on the international scene with his representation of contemporary metropolis through his paintings.