Boomer Magazine | 4th Editions | Art For Real!

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What is art? Where is it heading?


Is art still in the hands of artists and art dealers or it has become a tool for the crypto speculators?

The world is changing, everything becomes more virtual including art and in the process a lot of speculators are trying to twist things in their own interest like in the case of NFT.

The crypto speculators are trying to make this the new “COOL” but what is so cool about it?

Art is food for our souls, If they want this to be the new truth then they should start doing everything virtually, for example start eating virtual food or maybe get drunk with virtual alcohol, if they do this then by all means we will start to believe in their vision.

As for us- galleries, artists, collectors… should we let hundreds of years of artistic refinement in the hands of the crypto speculators that don’t even know the difference between renaissance and contemporary?

What about the painters, photographers, print makers, sculptors, performers and all the other artists who create real work, work that we can touch, smell, feel… should we give up on them for the sake of a specula tive game?

No thanks!!!

NFT should be embraced as a new medium/tool like we always did along the way with a lot of other things but it shouldn’t be allowed to take over!

If it does take over then an entire generation of artists and their works will vanish in thin air making way for the crypto speculators and their pyramid.

Should we allow this to happen on our watch?

The aim of this publication is to promote real art made by real artists!

“All colours will agree in the dark” - Francis Bacon

Kindly note that most of the works are for sale.

For any enquires regarding artists, prices, purchase, shipments- you can kindly contact us at or contact the artists directly via Instagram (Instagram user name in the bio).

Thank you for your attention, and we hope you will enjoy reading about the selected artists and their works.


Jansky alias Vadio

Editor Constantin Publisher Boomer
Graphic Designer Vladimir




Thomas Oscar Miles 1 Stephen Cornwell 2 Vlada Zbicki 3 Liza Illichmann 4 Gerhard Petzl 5

Gisseline Amiuny 6 Veronika Sekotová 7 Anna Rudko 8 Aaron Santos Boyd-Rochman 9 Davide Sannino 10 Lena Silva 11 Bella Nunn 12 Julien Perreault 13

Gabriella Azzopardi 14 Nadi Kiza 15 Marek Zgodka 16 Sevda Uykan 17

Denisa Berglova (Denisa Bergl) 18 Courtney MacIsaac 19 Katsiaryna Kalashnikava 20 Olga Shermachkova 21 Veronika Weberová 22 Alessandro Giugni 23 Will Terra 24 Ulrike Gamst 25 Olga Bonitas 26 Lauren Roberts 27 夕枭 Jing Qiu 28 Donna Dent 29 Dominique Zuber 30 Kenneth F Yates 31 Caitlin Smith 32 Amanda Kessaris 33 Smirnykh Marina Olegovna 34

Fuen Fernandez Estepa 35 Vadim Spirenkov 36 Belousova Olga Anatolievna 37 Sabina Čanić 38

Elleanna Chapman 39 Marina Ogai 40

Myrzakhmetov Marat 41 Vanessa Wenwieser 42

Anastasia Kuklina 43 Wilfrido Ortíz 44 Daren Cook 45 Lisa Davis 46 Holly Davis 47


Thomas Oscar Miles

My art looks to inspire self empowerment, through embrac ing our vulnerabilities. This is celebrated through fragile and detailed imagery, centred around the narratives. In my work, I talk about personal fears and darker experiences. I give my characters opportunities to wear these like a crown. How can we appreciate our light when we brush the darkness under the bed, ignored? I hope that my work can show people how mul ti-layered each one of us is, showing a unity in our humanity.

I talk in my work about personal experiences such as mental health and my ever-growing relationship with my autism. I choose to represent these in my work through visuals such as decay, bones, and shadow filled corners of a woodland. My new series ‘Our Beautiful Demise’ speaks on a similar theme: wearing our fears with pride, binding them tightly to our flesh. I have grown up fearful of my personal shadows, I now instead hope to educate others on this and create a platform to spot light issues we all go through.

My Armour

Infinite Hope

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Medium : archived print. edition 1/5.
Medium: archived print. edition 1/5.
Size: 78cm x 94cm Framed Size: 78cm x 94cm Framed

Stephen Cornwell

I grew up in Newcastle, Australia, graduating with a Bachelor Degree in Fine Arts and also a Degree in Education. Early on, I was an art teacher.

In 1999 I co-establishing a boutique Advertising and Design Studio in Adelaide.

In 2019, as the global pandemic started reaching Australia, I began investing the majority of my time in developing my personal artwork.

In 2021 I was offered my first exhibition, which also happened to be a Solo event for me.

Several months later, I was invited into a group exhibition in “The Main Gallery” Adelaide.

Also in 2021 I leased a 1/2 hour loop of my animations to a Melbourne company for outdoor projects.

Also… 2021 I was selected as a finalist in the 66th BLAKE PRIZE.

I’m constantly exploring opportunities to share my work with anyone who finds it interesting and appealing.

Girl Wrapped Portrait

The DeBauchés for Bluethumb

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digital work produced with K3 ultrachrome inks at high resolution and scaled to both;
35 x 45
cm image size on gallery certified archival paper.
and / or,
canvas frames
to 1.2m tall
Medium: digital work produced with K3 ultrachrome inks at high resolution and scaled to both; 35 x 45 cm image size on gallery certified archival paper. and
or canvas frames to
1.2m tall
Size: 35 x 45 cm Size: 35 x 45 cm

Vlada Zbicki

Born September 11, 1994. Painter, graphic artist. Member of the Moscow Union of Artists

From 2004 to 2012 she studied at the Moscow Academic Art Lyceum of the Russian Academy of Arts. In 2012, she became the owner of the international grand prix “Vincenzo Bianchi and the Students of the World” in Italy. She was trained in the cities of Italy: Cervara di Roma, Vico nel Lazio, San Gio vanni Incarico, Fontana Liri, Valemaio. From 2012 to 2019, she studied at the V.I. Surikov Institute, in the monumental workshop, under the guidance of E.N.Maksimov. During her studies at the Institute, she participated in many exhibitions of student works, exhibitions of the Union of Artists of Russia and Moscow. I have been a member of the Moscow Union of Artists since 2019. The works are in private collections in Mos cow, Russian cities, Italy, in the collection of the State Central Museum of Modern History of Russia, in the collection of the Foundation for Socio-Cultural Initiatives.

Education: Moscow Art Lyceum RAH, Moscow Monumental Workshop...

Jast Follow The Signs

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Medium : acrylic on canvas Eclipse Medium: acrylic on canvas
Size: 100 x 100 cm Size: 100 x 100 cm

Liza Illichmann

My name is Liza Illichmann, and i’m professional full-time artist from Ukraine based in Germany. Art - it’s my life, my love and my passion.

My paintings are my way to share my feelings, tell my story, show amazing beauty of this world. Do you know this mo ment when you watch an amazing sunset and feel happy just because of the world you live in? Well, that`s what inspires me the most - beauty of our world. Colours, shapes, lights and most important - stories behind them.

Celebration Of Life


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Medium : oil on stretched canvas
Medium: oil on stretched canvas
Size: 50 x 70 cm Size: 60 x 80 cm

Gerhard Petzl

Born 1973, in Austria, lives & works in Vevey, Switzerland and Kalsdorf/Graz, Austria.

A visual artist who works with bronze, stone, wood, mixed media, chocolate and does not limit himself to any medium, technique and shape. The exploration is the journey, which brings him into unexplored areas and self-discoveries. He sails between 2D-visuals the classical way of drawings on paper or digital, 3D-sculptures and ends up often even in the field of Science. Pioneer of “Chocolate crystals art - naturally grown design”. Publisher of 3 chocolate art books. Received numer ous gold medals, over 21 awards and over 250+ publications around the globe. NFT’s are for softies, sculpting is the real deal, either in bronze or in chocolate, even though chocolate also gets soft easily...;)

GP: “Look inside yourself until you find true beauty.”

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Medium : chocolate The Chocolate Universe Medium: bronze The Middleman Has One Above And One Below HimSize: H 290 x W 180 x D 215 cm Size: H 85 x W 25 x D 11 cm

Gisseline Amiuny

Gisseline was born in Caracas, Venezuela. She studied archi tecture for two years, and made some works of art, design and decoration, including jewelry design.

His most recent stage begins in 2010, where he begins his research work on geometric and kinetic art, the relationship of the works with natural light being very important and mostly with the use of RGB LED lighting, using programmed electronic controls and specifically developed by the artist, to have pre cise control of colors and sequences.

She describes her work: “I can express myself as an artist through lines, curves and geometric shapes. I get inspired when I experiment with light, shadows and reflections that produce geometric shapes interacting with materials”. The artist created her own artistic language within the field of kineticism, for which her work was included within the Neo-Kineticism current, during her participation in “Lumiere et Mouvement”, Denise René-Rive Espace Marais Gallery, Paris, France, 2016.

3D Cube

3D Sphere

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Medium : sculpture, 3D printed and laser engraved, PET-G, Plexiglas and RGB LED Light Medium: sculpture, 3D printed and laser engraved, PET-G, plexiglas and RGB LED Light
18cm x 18cm x 23cm Size: 18cm x 18cm x 23cm @gisselineamiunyart


Veronika Sekotová

“I shut my eyes in order to see” The author of this wisdom is one of my favourite artists, the French painter Paul Gauguin. I have yet to discover a more bril liant one. Art has been part of life since prehistoric times and, with me, since my early childhood. I discovered the beauty and power of art, especially fine art, from a very early age. When I was at high school, I fell in love with art history, which I decided to combine with studying tourism. Thanks to work and having a family, art soon turned into an occasional hobby. Now art is firmly back in my life as a means to express myself and relax. I am constantly trying to develop a relationship with visual art and the whole field of visual culture, so I can perceive the beauty of nature and the aesthetic values in what is happening around us. As I believe that a creative outlook enriches our lives immensely, my aim is to promote creativity not only in the field of fine arts but also in my entire way of thinking. Painting is my joy, pleasure, relaxation and helps me express my feelings. I like to try new techniques, but mostly I work with acrylic paints on canvas. I don’t have a favourite style, because I find “my thing” ...

The Message

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Medium : acrylic on canvas
Medium: mixed media on canvas
Size: 80 x 80 cm Size: 80 x 80 cm

Anna Rudko

Anna Rudko was born in 1985 in Rostov-on-Don. A bridge engineer by education, she managed to work in her specialty for more than 8 years, after which she decided to concentrate on her main hobbies - fashion and art. Anna worked as a personal stylist, a specialist in the psychology of style, and launched her own clothing line under the Narciss brand. Since 2017, she has been constantly studying drawing, painting and fashion illustration with contemporary artists and the world’s leading fashion illustrators. Her teachers were M. Yankovskaya, A. Lavdovskaya, E. Zhuravleva, B. Breitenstein. And also improves his talent with daily practice. Anna master fully finds a balance between sketch and realism, her works occupy a transitional position between painting and graphics. In March 2022, Anna’s first solo exhibition was held, which was attended by 1,300 people. In April 2022, Anna became a par ticipant in the Art Russia Fair. Now Anna actively participates in exhibitions, collaborates with magazines and brands around the world. Her works are in private collections in Russia, USA, England, Switzerland, Germany, Finland.

Photo credit: Elizaveta Savelyeva

Fashion portrait 4

Fashion portrait 5

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Medium : pencil, pastel, ink
Medium: pencil, pastel
Size: 35 x 25 cm Size: 50 x 70 cm


Aaron Santos Boyd-Rochman

I am almost entirely self-taught except for a few public school art classes and art institutions in adolescence. My work is an exploration and coalescing of who I am as an artist and as a person. Learning to be comfortable with uncertainty is my goal both as an artist and as a human moving through this world. I love the multiple dualities my work evokes:stillness and movement, structure and entropy, order and chaos, solace and uncertainty, natural objects created from human-made ones. My creative process leads to the organic forms my work evokes. I use discarded and overlooked objects and transform them into something beautiful, unexpected, and fun - I make art stuff from other stuff.


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Medium : toothpicks mounted on canvas board
Medium: toothpicks
mounted on canvas board
Size: 41 x 33 x 9 cm Size: 46 x 38 x 9 cm

Davide Sannino

Born in Peschiera del Garda (Verona) – Italy - on July 12, 1968. Died in June 2020.

Art has always been with him since his childhood and released during the hardest time of his life.

As a child, while recovering from a serious illness he started drawing using a pencil or a charcoal and, after having emerged victorious from this battle, he expressed his Hymn to Life also through canvas and colors.

His style, typically figurative, is represented in modern paint ings made in acrylic to give emphasis and vitality to the sub jects. Sometimes his creations differ completely from reality, with a peculiar and highly imaginative view, special prospective and colored effects perceptible in the pursuit of lights and shadow contrasts.

He always proposes to the public a new vision of his paintings facing innovative and multi-faceted/stylized compositions. This will make him immortal through the amazement in the eyes of people watching and appreciating his paintings looking at images conveying strength and intensity of the lines, sensi tivity and charm of the subjects, happiness of colors.

Beauty Among Waves

Charming Flower

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Medium : acrylic on canvas
`Medium: acrylic on canvas
Size: 70 x 100 cm Size: 70 x 100 cm

Lena Silva

Lena Silva is of Portuguese origin, resident most of her life in the United Kingdom. A self-taught artist with a BSc Honours In Adult Health and Social Sciences. Lover of Arts since childhood age with acute taste for sophistication as much as simplicity and versatility. Influenced by Renaissance period of Arts as much as modern symbolism. Lena’s artistic references lead her towards the practice of allegorical portraits. Therefore, her work is a mixture of contemporary, figurative, and classical. Lena enjoys a variety of arts materials from pastels, pencil graphite to watercolours and oils. Currently oils being her first choice and the most enjoyable to work with. She has an inter est in human behaviours and coping mechanisms as a direct consequence of culture and society enforced influences and expectations. She finds inspiration in her physical embodiment, her emotions and inner nature linked to her environment.

Photo Credit- Paelo Saddler


Hiraeth no.

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Medium: oil painting on stretched canvas, 100% cotton, primed with acid free gesso
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Medium: oil painting on stretched canvas, 100% cotton, primed with acid free gesso
2 Size: 50 x 60 cm Size: 20 x 20 cm

Bella Nunn

Bella Nunn is a British contemporary textiles designer. Living in Norfolk, she specialises in weave and sustainable textiles. The qualities of natural fibres inspire her honest weaves, influ enced by seasonal landscapes and uplifting tones. Her practice conveys the charm in imperfections and the responsibility to campaign for biodegradable materials. Natural materials and traditional hand-weaving techniques are brought together in her contemporary designs and evoke tactility in the nature of each thread. From graduating from Norwich University of the Arts, she now works on an old wooden loom, innovating dyes and sourcing uniquely spun fibres. The connections between the land and our lives can be sensed through a visual language of storytelling and placemaking. Her self-initiated projects hope to raise awareness for the environmental devastations in the textile industry and realise the potential to minimise waste through a soil-to-soil practice.

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Medium: woven textiles, wool Nature’s Narrative: Isle of Mull Shawl Medium: woven textiles, wool Icelandic Tweed Cushion Size: 50 x 270 cm Size: 50 x 30 cm

Julien Perreault

Julien Perreault grew up in Quebec, Canada. He taught himself to paint, lulled by the artistic influences of painter and photographer Céline Côté, and percussionist, composer, and improviser Danielle Palardy Roger. He was fascinated by Quebec’s famed Automatiste movement, the Canadian Arctic, and the resonance of industrial architecture in the work of Marc Gosselin. Perreault has always been drawn to the natural world. After years spent studying arts and literature, he enlisted in the Royal Canadian Navy as a Naval Combat Information Operator. His military service had a profound influence on his artistic career. His work has received interna tional acclaim. Most notably, he won a silver medal at the 51st CAPSQ International Exhibition and Contest in Paris. His most recent statement is the series “Into the Woods”, a reflection on wildfires and climate changes.

(Every Day)

Tumiit (Marks)

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Medium : acrylic, and water-soluble pencil on canvas Qautamaat
Medium: acrylic, natural pigment, and water-soluble pencil on canvas
Size: 76.20 x 76.20 cm Size: 76.20 x 76.20 cm

Gabriella Azzopardi

Gabriella Azzopardi is a visual artist with a portfolio of work varying from original paintings and drawings, photography and graphic design. She has developed her artistic and creative skills by experimenting with different painting and drawing techniques and materials, practicing from still lives, landscapes, architecture and figure drawing, always giving attention to every detail. Currently, Gabriella’s main artistic style can be described as symbolic and surreal. She studied art and sculpture at the; School of art in Valletta, Malta and continued her studies at the; Emvin Cremona Art & Design centre in Valletta, obtaining a diploma in visual commu nication & design. She furthered her studies in history of art, graphic design, digital photo manipulation and Art therapy. Gabriella has exhibited her work in various collective and solo Art exhibitions in Malta and recently in a collective exhibition in London. She aims to keep showing her work internationally and collaborate with other Artists.

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Medium: acrylic on canvas The Infinite Sequence of Thought Medium: acrylic on canvas The Ending Chapter Size: 40 x 30cm Size: 40 x 40 cm

Nadi Kiza

Nadi Kiza is a visual artist who explores the symbolism of ar chetype and the possibilities of the prototype’s artistic voice in modern creative expression. Based in St. Petersburg, Russia. She was born and raised in the Komi Republic, one of the northern regions of Russia, where the voice of the national culture of the indigenous Finno-Ugric people of those places was quite strong.

She received her art education at Syktyvkar State University, graduating from the Faculty of Arts (graphic design). Now she combines design work in the specialty with artistic practice, easel graphics and illustration, takes part in various exhibitions and art projects.

Nadi’s art is inspired by ideas of Symbolism and Mythologi cal culture, aesthetics of decorative art of the peoples of the world. In artistic creativity, she strives to research metaphys ical issues, archetypal images and archaic symbolism. She works in graphics, digital and mixed media, experimenting with collage.

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Medium : graphics on paper, ink, colour pencils The Matchmaking
Medium: graphics on paper, ink, acrylic, markers The Cradle
Size: 40 х 60 cm Size: 40 х 60 cm @nadikiza

Marek Zgodka

I’m an abstract expressionist painter, with great sensitivity, who creates works by bending reality and sometimes even touching on irrationality. On canvas, I expresses my subjective point of view of things, people and the world. My motto ‘Everything that is not obvious is exciting’. I use colour and form to express a taste of a moment and feelings .

I’m self-taught artist I lived in London for almost 30 years .I owe my experience and love for painting to my mother, Anna, artist and painter. Enchanted by my mothers world of exhi bitions and painting, it was thanks to her that I developed my passion for fine arts. In late 90 I was more in to the music creation , Than only in around 2004 I felt more towards Fine art and decided to switch directions .

I believe I have an increased sensitivity to emotional or social stimuli , all is related deeper in Quantum states within , I be lieve we can translate Quantum process and receive infor mation’s , Through perceptive -conscious state of mind and combine those to get the right outcome ,

For me that translation is Colour and form on my Canvas.


Over The Edge

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Medium: oil on canvas
Medium: oil on canvas
Size: 51 x 76 cm Size: 76 x 101 cm @abstractblue1

Sevda Uykan

Sevda Uykan is a London-based, multi-cultural contemporary artist. Born into a Yugoslavian family in Istanbul, living in the United Kingdom.

In her artworks, she focuses on women and freedom where she challenges the perceptions of fear and the shame sur rounding these themes.

Her bold, vividly coloured artworks reflect her cosmopolitan background. Her signature style is to use acrylic on canvas and then add pieces of embroidery.

Sevda’s artworks have been exhibited in many art galleries in London. Sevda has also published art books and beautifully illustrated children’s books.


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Medium: acrylic and embroidery on canvas
Medium: acrylic
on canvas
Size: 70 x 100 cm Size: 64 x 89 cm

Denisa Berglova (Denisa Bergl)

I fulfilled my dream of starting to take photos at the end of 2016, when I started learning with my first SLR camera. I want ed to show the beauty of a loved friend who did not believe it at the time. The beauty that comes from each of us without even realizing it. That is why it is essential for me to show the beauty of the photographed person in the most natural form and in perfect daylight.

My Mind Is Blooming

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Medium: photography I’m Flourishing Medium: photography
Size: 20 x 30 cm Size: 29 x 41 cm

Courtney MacIsaac

Courtney MacIsaac is a contemporary artist born in Ontario, Canada. She was accepted and graduated from art school, ap prenticed under an established artist which helped her sharpen her skills in graphite, ink, and oil painting. While working tirelessly to hone her technique, her emotional ly charged paintings have been the subject to group exhibitions throughout Canada, United States, the UK and Europe.

She is inspired by artists such as Rembrandt and Caravaggio for realism in their art, Dali for illusion, dream, and imagination, and Banksy for pointing out the absurdity in the world. Her art relates to the constant battle that hinders us from mak ing decisions, the feelings of conflict captured into fear, anger, confusion, and loneliness.

Courtney is able to translate her experiences through her real istic paintings by using elements of art and principles of design to create feeling, emotion, and to challenge the viewer.

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Medium: oil on canvas Love, Fear, Anger Medium: oil on canvas Broken Size: 40.64 cm x 50.8 cm Size: 76.2 cm x 101.6 cm

Katsiaryna Kalashnikava

Artist from Minsk. Participant of exhibitions and open call in England, Switzerland, Italy.

She has learned to paint on her own.

She paints in her signature style, using classic paintbrushes and palette knives.

The basis of her work can be called the desire to express her feelings on canvas.

With the help of color and shape she conveys subtle and invisible connections that appear in the first sketches and are already fully revealed in the finished work.

“Dreams give us the ability to go beyond the limits of our own consciousness. The beauty of nature is a source of emotions that gives inspiration and becomes the basis for creative ideas, unity and harmony.”

Delicate Irises

The Golden Rose

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Medium: acrylic on canvas
Medium: acrylic on canvas
Size: 50 x 40 cm Size: 50 x 40 cm

Olga Shermachkova

I am Olga Shermachkova (Helga Sherr)

I am from Russia and I am an experimenter watercolor artist. I have two art degrees and I am the winner of many art compe titions. My story began 5 years ago. When my daughter bought a ferry ticket for 0.06$. I didn’t believe that it can be possible, but something forced me to join this adventure. Well, it was the first time when I saw Norway and Denmark. And it was an amazing experience. New culture, new places, new thoughts. The beauty of this world inspired me to visit a lot of new countries. So I visited 20 countries in only 5 years. And every new place left an indelible mark in my memory and my life turned upside down. Since then I understood that I want to share these wonderful moments with people and so I started to paint.

I like watercolor. I like its unpredictability. I like to play with colors and shapes. I think that painting should have its own meaning for everyone. Art should make you think and lead to new discoveries.

Upside Down

Open Your Eyes

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Medium : watercolour on paper Peachy
Medium: watercolour on paper
Size: 45 x 75 cm Size: 39 x 54 cm

Veronika Weberová

Veronika Weberová 1987 (Slovakia) She studied Didactics of Art Education of Comenius University in Bratislava (SK), where she received her PaedDr. and PhD. During her studies she focused on painting techniques and their use in school. She works with the author’s modified ebru technique, paint ing on the water surface. She mixes the colours herself. She often combines abstract painting with surrealistic pen drawing, which is created by layering lines. This type of pen-drawing forms the second distinctive part of her artistic work. She has exhibited in Slovakia, the Czech Republic, Italy, Austria, Serbia, the Canary Islands and Ukraine. She was awarded the Premio Speciale Della Critica at the XXI Premio Internationale D’Arte San Crispino (IT) in 2019 and 2nd place for her pearl row in the national round of the Tahitian Pearl Trophy in 2005. She lives and works in Bratislava (SK), where she is also an art teacher.

Captured Tear

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Medium: ebru and pendrawing on canvas Freedom
ebru and pendrawing on canvas
Size: 70 x 100 cm Size: 70 x 50 cm

Alessandro Giugni

An entrepreneur, practicing lawyer and a deep lover of pho tography, I consider this art form the best medium for telling the story of our time.

Human Rain

Moving towards the end

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: analog photography printed on fine art baryta paper
Medium: digital photography printed on Fine Art Baryta Paper
Size: 50 x 70 cm Size: 50x70cm

Will Terra

I am a 29-year-old self-taught artist, born in Brazil but currently based in Lisbon, Portugal.

My paintings portray oneiric realities. I explore themes of metaphysics such as existence, time, consciousness and space. I often mix these concepts with the natural world and some social critique. The force of chaos in the universe is an impor tant subject in my paintings, and this concept also influences my method of painting which uses a certain degree of improv isation.

My main source of inspiration is the mystery of our existence and our relationship with the universe. The fact that all things in the universe are made of matter and nothing is eternal, is depicted in my paintings by the strong brushwork, merging elements, dynamic objects and fading edges.

The Hero’s Journey

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Medium: oil on canvas
The Good Citizen
Medium: oil on canvas
Size: 30 x 40 cm Size: 70 x 100 cm

Ulrike Gamst

Ulrike Gamst uses terms of sculpture to develop her color based paintings. After her studies of sculpture in the 80ies, painting became a possibility to continue creating and opened a whole new world of colour. Fascinated equally by the trans parency and material of the colours in painitngs of old masters and the huge canvases of american artists of abstract express sionism, having been formed as a sculptor, she understood the canvas as an object in the space of a gallery or a museum. In her door sized canvases she evokes the colour as a conterpart of the viewer offering communication on an equal footing, be ing literally of the same size and having the same importance. She uses eggtempera in up to 50 layers, kind of sculpting the substance of the colour. Because of the importance of explor ing reality, her work includes also realistic studies of figure and anatomy in pencil and charcoal.

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Medium : egg tempera on canvas Red 1 Medium: egg tempera on canvas Blue 2 Size: 200 x 80 cm Size: 200 x 80 cm

Olga Bonitas

Artist, illustrator, teacher. Watercolor is my passion. The watercolor process is always improvisation. It is an unpredictable and almost uncorrected medium. Sometimes it takes several attempts to achieve the desired effect. While painting I feel that I have a co-author: the result depends not only on me but also on the behavior of paints.

That’s why watercolor illustrations are so fresh and delightful. They remain popular and in demand despite the widespread of digital art.

Tending to realism I love to add something unusual and unex pected in my illustrations.

I tell stories through my paintings. And believe that art is pow erful and makes the world a better place.

Darkness Gone Away

New Beginning

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Medium : watercolour on paper
Medium: watercolour on paper
Size: 30 x 42 cm Size: 30 x 42 cm

Lauren Roberts

My name is Lauren Roberts and I’m currently a teaching assis tant in my local primary school. I’ve studied art throughout high school and college alongside photography and pottery. At 17 I moved to Cyprus and studied at the Cyprus college of art in Limassol. After that I graduated from the school of life! I became a mum, started working and built my world and family. Now in my 30’s I’m finally having an opportunity to start doing what I love again. I’m blessed to live in a rural town in Staffordshire and there is no end of inspira tion. I have no specific style I just love to create, by any means necessary. All media is fair game. I will try anything just to see what happens.

Little Seeds

Bee There

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acrylic on
Medium: acrylic on canvas
Size: 18 x 13 cm Size: 41 x 51 cm

夕枭 Jing Qiu

(b.1998, China) is an independent artist living and working in Shenzhen, Guangdong. His artistic creations include painting, photography, video, installation, sculpture. His works have been exhibited in China, London (UK), USA, Louvre (France), Milan (Italy), Canada, Spain, Athens (Greece), Ukraine and other countries and regions.


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acrylic fabric on corrugated paper
Medium: acrylic fabric on corrugated paper Gaze
Size: 74 x 78 x 2 cm Size: 80 x 76 x 2 cm

Donna Dent

I am a Designer who loves to paint, with a background in textile design and yarn technology, providing the inspiration behind most of my paintings. Textiles to me, are remarkable, and my ambivalence towards a digital future has me creating paintings that represent digital textiles whilst remaining completely analogue. I like to push the boundaries of what I can achieve using paint and resin to create layering and give real depth to my painting. I like to use florescent colour and textures finished with a glass like surface of resin that produces a slightly 3D effect.

I studied Textile Design at Huddersfield University and prior to that, I went to Bath Academy of Art.

Shape Memory

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Medium: acrylics on birchwood with
resin finish Medium: acrylics on birchwood with a glass like resin finish Fibretronics
Size: 100 x 100 cm Size: 80 x 80 cm

Dominique Zuber

My name is Dominique Zuber and I live with my two kids in Switzerland.

With 16 I began my artwork to express myself, to get in touch with my soul and my feelings. I was influenced by Basquiat and Picasso.

There is nothing more fulfilling for me then to get in the flow state. It is the best therapie I‘ ve known. 5 years ago I started to have some private lessons with the great artist Eva Pospisil. She learned me a lot and always convinced myself in believing in the process and in me.

To be in touch with the colours, to try, to explore new things, to use my hands and my heart- and not the brain, listen to good music like David Bowie, Placebo or Florence and the Machine, takes me to an inner world, that is hard to describe… but hope fully to feel in my works..

I could not imagine a world without. Without creativity the soul is dying.

To Fly

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Medium: acrylic on wood Heaven Is No Place On Earth Medium: acrylic on canvas Learning
Size: 50 x 70 cm Size: 50 x 50 cm

Kenneth F Yates

Originally from Liverpool UK, Kenneth F Yates studied Fine Art at Leeds University, specialising in video art. As a filmmaker he’s made creative films for Screen Yorkshire and North West Vision in England. His photographs have been exhibited online and in galleries, both in the UK and internationally. Recently some of his street photography was published in an interna tional art magazine, but he also has more aesthetic interests, pushing the boundaries of what a photograph can be. His ‘Crespucular Glass’ series explores the intersection between realism and abstraction in photography in trying to create with glass and light an analogue of abstract painting in a photo graphic image.

Crespucular Glass

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Medium: photography Crespucular Glass 33 Medium: photography
59 Size: 51 x 41 cm Size: 51 x 41 cm @k3n_fy

Catcalling Is Not A Compliment

Caitlin Smith

Caitlin is a multidisciplinary surrealist completing her master’s degree at the University of Sunderland. Working with a pleth ora of mediums, Smith favours relief printmaking processes & painting, acrylic being her preferred choice. At present, her practice explores the figurative narrative of the internalised femme fatale conjuring fragmented paintings and prints. She strives to eradicate the unspoken autocracy and biased attitudes implemented within both society & the Arts, along side prioritising inclusivity, and representation. Smith visually transcribes an outrageous oeuvre displaying themes of politics, societal taboos, and conflict.

Referring to the theory demonstrated by poststructuralism, Caitlin’s practice confronts the notion of gender biases and stereotypes. She creates works that shift the objectification of women and marginalised genders onto men, conveying a recip rocated image that depicts the man as the subject of societal standards and scrutiny. Smith celebrates women’s bodies as they are, rather than the subject of degradation and sexualis ation.

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Medium: acrylic on canvas
Medium: acrylic and coloured pencil on canvas Untitled Size: 90 x 90 cm Size: 102 x 83 cm

Amanda Kessaris

Amanda Kessaris (2001) is a Danish-American artist with roots in California but currently living and studying art in Aarhus, Denmark. Though previously identifying as primarily a painter, Kessaris has in recent years begun incorporating various artis tic disciplines in her work to convey a shared theme. Through translating her 2-D works into films, photography, or perfor mance, she uses medium as language to bring her work to life in a way that can be experienced and understood in different contexts. Her work investigates gender roles and expectations both in terms of behavior and appearance, as well as comments on a culture where the body is a blank canvas that lies in the field of tension between something natural and something assumed.

Ladylike - Wednesday Night

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Medium : acrylic, charcoal, and ribbon on canvas Udsmykning
Medium: film photography
Size: 60 x 80 cm variable sizes

Smirnykh Marina Olegovna

Smirnykh Marina Olegovna. Born on August 9, 1987 in Ge lendzhik, I live in Novorossiysk (Russia). Interest in drawing appeared very early, from the age of 2. Graduated from the St. Petersburg Academic Institute of Paint ing, Sculpture and Architecture named after I. E. Repin at the Russian Academy of Arts, Faculty of Painting, In the workshop.S. V. Pesikova 2017 Under the guidance of excellent teachers N.N. Repin, V.S. Pesikov, N.S. Lysak, and the virtuoso draughtsman N.D. Blokhin. Participated in many exhibitions since 2010 . My works are kept in private collections in Russia, Ukraine, Belarus, Germany, China, France, Ireland and America.

Children With Chickens


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Medium: mixed drawing technique on paper, charcoal, acrylic, sepia, sauce, pastel
Medium: mixed drawing technique on paper, charcoal, acrylic, sepia, sauce, pastel
At Grandma’s 80 x 60 cm Size: 100 x 100 cm

Fuen Fernandez Estepa

“Painting and drawing made me fall in love since I was little in Seville. Light, color, perspective, composition have always attracted me.

I took painting and drawing courses at an Art School in Paris, and in addition I prepared the title of Graphic Designer where I learned and perfected digital creation.

I like both traditional art and digital art. In fact, as a result of these studies, I often make original creations as a result of of amazing mixes of my paintings, watercolours, India inks and charcoal drawings with Photoshop.

I try to reflect in my works what I see around me: a gesture, a landscape, a look, a smile… A beautiful photograph can also inspire me. Reflect environments, shapes, colors, light, charac ter, looks, feelings, impressions.”

City Lights

Natural Woman

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Medium: oil painting on framed canvas
Size: 58 x 41 cm
Medium: digital artwork, made from an original pastel artwork and mixed with Photoshop
Size: 1740  ×  2649 pixels, printable at 40 x 50 cm or 40 x 60 cm

Vadim Spirenkov

Vadim Spirenkov was born on April 8, 2004 in Vidnoe. In 2008 he moved to Yaroslavl, where he lives and studies to this day. He studied at children’s art school from 2011 to 2022. In 2021, he became the prize-winner of the International Prize for Contemporary Art among teenagers Teen Art Awards. The work “Why do we need art?” was presented in June 2022 in the Master Gallery, St. Petersburg. In the same June, “Apple” and “Gorilla and Rat” were presented to the public at the Boomer Gallery, London at the exhibition Contemporary III. He enrolled in architecture at the Institute of Architecture and Design of Yaroslavl State Technical University on September 1, 2022. The artist took part in Arts & Fashion Week 2022 with “Life on credit” in Moscow and in online-exhibition “Colours” with 6 of his works. Both of events were organised on September, 2022.

Experiment Pink Rain

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Medium : oil on canvas
Mona Lisa Who Watched Taxi Driver Medium:
oil on
cardboard, acrylic marker
Size: 70 x 50 cm Size: 30 x 30 cm

Belousova Olga Anatolievna

I was born in Moscow in 1999 and here was spent my child hood. After graduation from the school, I have entered Russian State Stroganov University of Design and Applied Arts (Stroganov Academy) and now I’ve been graduating from the Department of Graphic Art.

An illustrator of Natalia Adrianova’s book “Tales of Moscow”, Eksmo publishing house, 2021.

A participant of the winners’ exhibition of the VK’s competition “My Page” and the Museum of Modern Art “Erarta”, 2021. The winner of the posters and drawing competition dedicated to the opening of the running season 2022 at ILoveSuperSport school.

A participant of the “Stroganov Holidays” exhibition at the Tunnel Gallery in Moscow, 2022.


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Medium : tempera on paper Within
Walls Medium: tempera on paper Spring Size: 55 x 75 cm Size: 22 x 29 cm

Sabina Čanić

Sabina Čanić was born in Varaždin in 1968, and lives and works in Dubrovnik, Croatia.

A fashion designer by profession, she has been drawing since early ages. She was a long-time member of LUV (Art Associa tion Varaždin) and was their secretary for 5 years. She exhibits at several solo and group exhibitions in the coun try and abroad.

Since 2021, he has been a member of the United ArtSpace organization, in the UK.

This year she is participating in the 18th INTERBIFEP, Interna tional Biennial Portrait Festival, Tuzla 2022, Bosnia and Herze govina, and 4th Zagreb Drawing Festival, in Zagreb, Croatia.

Naturally Connected

Explosion Of Life

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Medium : mix media, graphite pencil, ink, tea, red wine, alcohol, Posca Pen 0,7 mm white, gold leaves
Medium: mix media, graphite pencil, ink, tea, red wine, alco hol, Posca Pen 0,7 mm white, gold leaves
Size: 29.7 x 41.9 cm Size: 29.7 x 41.9 cm

Elleanna Chapman

Elleanna Chapman is a contemporary interdisciplinary artist. She spends her time living and working in both Essex and Ox ford as she completes her Bachelor of Fine Arts at the Ruskin School of Art. Working both in and out of the gallery space, Elleanna is interested exploring her working-class background through colourful and demanding interventions that always look to be radical.




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Medium: injket print of B5 collage I knew they
evil Medium: calico, cotton fabric, jersey fabric, linen, metal eyelets, thread, embroidery thread, wood, metal wire, push pins
Size: 111 x 130 cm Size: 100 x 400 cm

Marina Ogai

She was born on April 3, 1993. Originally from Moscow, Russia, and currently living and working in Gwangju, South Korea). Drawing has always been a passion of Marina’s for a big part of her life. She began with oil painting technique at the age of 15. Being an artist had been her dream since childhood. Marina Ogai is a Koryo Saram (also known as Goryeoin or Koryoin), one of the descendants of Koreans who emigrated by and large from the northern part of the Korean Peninsula to eastern Russia between the late 19th and the early 20th centu ry. In 1937, such ethnic Koreans were forcibly relocated by the Stalin regime en masse to present-day Central Asia. That is why the theme of her work is korean woman in all his beauty. She is inspired by strong woman, Korean culture, flowers and nature. Marina is a sincerely believer that there’s an deep bond between a woman and nature. The main idea behind Marina’s paintings is to show asian people inner beauty and character.


Asian Woman With Bullfinch

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Medium: oil on canvas Pink
Medium: oil on canvas
Size: 52.5 x 40.5 x 2 cm Size: 60 x 60 x 2cm

Myrzakhmetov Marat

My mission as an artist share your feelings with the whole world!

He graduated from a higher educational institution, specializing in teaching fine arts and drawing. For a long time he worked in the field of graphic design.

Moving to a resort town by the sea forced me to return to the questions of my creative realization and allowed me to concen trate only on my work. Starting to draw some new work, it is impossible to predict what it will be like. I just sit down, turn on the music, take a blank sheet of paper, a pen and get to work, never knowing what it will be and in what material, an irresisti ble desire to express my thoughts and feelings through art. The complexity of the images and the originality of the technique of performance allows you to move up the creative ladder, moving away from the usual standards and stereotypes. For me, as an artist, graphic art seems simple and complex at the same time. It seems to me very interesting to look for and find the line between black and white, adding a little red to it.

«The artist thinks by drawing», - said Salvador Dalí.



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Medium: paper and pens
Medium: paper and pens
Size: 70 x 50 cm Size: 70 x 50 cm

The Darling Buds Of May

Vanessa Wenwieser

Vanessa Wenwieser’s work places the female into the centre of her imagination, she liberates them from the typical male gaze and brings her female perspective to the forefront.

In her artworks, women are seen as beings with minds, emo tions and intuitively powerful. Using the figure and allusive storytelling elements Wenwieser examines the gap between appearance and being.

Feelings are exhibited naked and vulnerable, she explores them in an imaginative and beautiful way, trying to make people see the transcendent.

Her aim is to pull the viewer inside her pictures to make them inhabit her otherworldly depictions.

These artworks, show what particular transformative emotions and feelings could look like. Be it love, metamorphosis, imagi nation, healing, regaining lost strength and the afterlife.

Wenwieser uses space to create feeling of the sublime, when describing strong emotional places of the soul.

“I want to be inside your darkest everything” (Frida Kahlo).

Love Never Dies

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digital art printed
on archival fine art giclée paper, limited
art printed on archival fine art giclée paper, limited
Size: 65 x 60 cm Size: 65 x 60 cm


Don’t Wake The Sleepers or Spectacle Society

Anastasia Kuklina

My name is Anastasia Kuklina, I am an artist from the city of Novosibirsk in Russia.She graduated from the Novosibirsk State Art School at the Faculty of Painting. In the future, the whole world will know about me and my art. I draw in my own style. I want to create new art and unite the whole world with it. Art is my vocation, my life and my meaning. I am for world peace.

Pause Music

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Medium: acrylic on canvas
Medium: oil on canvas
Size: 60 х 80 cm Size: 65 х 90 cm

Wilfrido Ortíz

Wilfrido Ortíz was born in Jayuya, Puerto Rico in 1972. He has a Bachelor’s Degree in Fine Arts and Philosophy and a Master’s Degree in Urban and Regional Planning from the University of Puerto Rico. He published a book concerning art theory named “El emperador debería estar desnudo” in 1998, for which he was awarded recognition from the Puerto Rican Association of UNESCO. He published a second book about planning theory and the third one about cultural studies. He has had three solo shows in public and private galleries in Puerto Rico. His most recent exhibition is “Resiliencia and Esperanza” which opens on October 21, 2022, in the Old City Hall of the Municipality of Carolina, Puerto Rico.

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bronze over marble base Fuerza
Medium: ceramics over a mahogany piece salvaged from the hurricane maría debris Jíbaro Guerrero
Size: 12.7 x 12.7 x 33.02 cm Size: 50.8 x 40.64 x 33.02 cm

Daren Cook

A first class graduate of world-renowned Central St. Martins school of Art, Daren has spent much of his career working as a creative director for several global branding agencies. He was responsible for, amongst other things, the design of the iconic Orange logo, and still works with high profile clients around the world.

His sharp branding instinct and graphic sensibilities are reflect ed in his simple, bold and occasionally provocative work, which playfully explores the role of artists, collectors and a some times sceptical public in the current art market.


Butt is it art?

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Medium: metallic acrylic on hahnemühle fine art photo rag giclée print, signed edition of 20
Medium: acrylic on stretched canvas, signed edition of 3
Size: 59,4 x 42 cm Size: 74 x 52,5 x 2,5 cm

Lisa Davis

I am a UK based artist working with acrylics on canvas. I have always dabbled in painting, but it wasn’t until suffering three tragic losses in less than a year that I dedicated myself to art (outside of my day job). Whilst working through my grief in front of a canvas I discovered my passion and stepped into my purpose. Every piece is revealed in the moment, evolving spontaneously and organically with each stroke of the brush (or comb, or shower squeeze or de-icer tool…..whatever is on hand can be part of the creative process). My work has been displayed in two London galleries and my creative vision has led to a devoted international clientele.

Yellow Morning

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Medium : acrylic on canvas Carnival Medium: acrylic on canvas
Size: 91 x 122 cm Size: 76 x 102 cm

Be A Time

Holly Davis

Holly wavers through digital and physical realms, allowing her to try and merge the two worlds together. This is due to how the natural self is constantly questioned by the digital persona she may constitute online. The new rapid growth in this cyber space world brings into question whether there is a crossover between the two, a connection between the programmed self and the subconscious. With an interest in digital aesthetics, this is explored through manipulated digital image creation, presenting the distorted perception she has of herself through the selfie culture and creative computing (Augmented Reality and Artificial intelligence), which is later further manipulated using traditional methods (acrylic paint). Her identity or “identi ties” are presented through layering showing the complexity of the self.

Holly is a multimedia artist currently based in London. Her practice has begun looking at immersion as a way of inclusivity to get others to self-reflect on themselves too.

Whatever You Think I am, I’m not

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Medium: photograph of immersive room NA 4 Eventually There Will
For Clearer Thinking Medium: photograph of mixed media collage on acetate sheets
Size: 300 x 500 cm Size: 21 x 29.7 cm @h0lly_art



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