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Alea Pinar Du Pre

Turkish self-taught and internationally acclaimed artist, Alea Pinar Du Pre, portrays vibrant large-scale artworks with a pop art twist. With an immense curiosity in the nature of reality, Pinar Du Pre creates artistic metaphors within her mixed media collage portraits, building on the synthetic intensity of digital art while administrating inner perceptiveness .

Alessandro Tofanelli

Investigating the relationship between time and memory, Alessandro Tofanelli creates metaphysical landscape in the form of traditional oil painting. Combining memories of forgotten places in Tuscany and his poetic imagination, Tofanelli uses fine brush strokes to create his intricate landscapes and waterscapes that combine both architecture and nature.

Ignacio Muv

Ignacio addresses the potential of painting as a material. His artworks present the painting from its tactile, sensory and virtual dimension; where the dialogue between the painting, the frame and the canvas is direct, suppressing the formal obligations in that relation.

János Huszti

Huszti portrays his models with utmost consequence and creatively precise, and thus reveals the personality of each of his models. Various aspects such as beauty. Sensuality, coolness, distance and aloofness as well as mysteriousness are well reflected in the individual works.

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.