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Mami Ishibashi (Japan)

Mami Ishibashi (Japan)

Mami is a Contemporary artist / Singer-songwriter

“Painting is like writing a song without words”-Mami

She was born in Japan, raised in the United States of America. 

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Veronique Jonassen (Norway)

Veronique Kathrina Jonassen is a French-Norwegian artist based in Hong Kong. Born on the west coast of Norway, raised in Togo, educated in France and the US, she has been living in Asia for more than ten years. Veronique has explored many countries and cultures, which are her source of inspiration. Fascinated by the icy cold Northern landscapes, she is also in love with dancing and colourful ethnic patterns, all visible in her art.

Natalia Denisko (Russia)

Natalia Denisko (Russia)

Natalia Denisko graduated from NAFA Singapore with Diploma in Fine Art. Besides, she studied painting at the Russian Far East University of Humanitarians. Also, she has a degree in business management from The State Academy of Economics and Law. After graduation, she moved to Shanghai and studied the Chinese language, where she also worked as a project manager.

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Vitaly Didenko (Turkmenistan)

I believe that a considerable part of my understanding of the value of art lays in my primary art education. I guess I am an artist from birth (a bit of a natural)  thanks to my artistic heritage after my father. See me as the one with a classic heir to the Russian school of painting which in turn has its roots in Western Europe. I graduated from the Academy of Arts in Turkmenistan, specialised in ceramics. Besides my primary degree, I studied design at the art institute and did a year at architecture academy in Novosibirsk, Russia

Aprajita Chadha (India)

Aprajita Chadha (India)

Aprajita pursuit of art took her on a journey across some of the most incredible cities. Born in Mumbai, Aprajita was got acquainted with textile design. To practise the ancient skill of Sumi-e (Japanese black ink painting), Aprajita moved to Tokyo. She then came to Singapore for further art studies, and has since established herself as an artist here. Featuring an eclectic mix of media, Aprajita’s works have been exhibited in Singapore, Tokyo, Dubai and Paris.

Ellie Lasthiotaki (Greece)

Ellie Lasthiotaki (Greece)

Ellie is a Greek artist based in Singapore. Originating from the island of Crete, Greece, the clear skies, the crystal clear emerald-blue seas and the mesmerising sun have left their traces in her art, helping her create her distinctive style. Chance, light, and liquid are integrated into her art to take her and the viewers to unknown paths and surprises, provoke the mind’s emancipation and lead to places that cannot be seen with bare eyes. She is interested in creating different emotions for the viewers, allowing them to use their imagination and interpretations.

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Silvia Haralambova (Bulgaria)

Silvia is a contemporary Bulgarian artist working in the field of fine and applied art. She creates acrylic and oil paintings and hand-woven tapestries. Artist has inherited the love of art from my grandfather, who was a textile designer at textile factories all around the country. Since Silvia’s childhood and school years, she has loved to create different artworks like dolls from various natural materials. Artist has painted aquarelles, pastels and sketches too.

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Anton Melentiev (Russian Federation)

Anton Melentiev was born on November 25, 1987, in the city of Novosibirsk. From 2004 till 2009, he studied in the Novosibirsk State Art College and was qualified as an artist and a tutor. From 2012 till 2018 – study at the Saint Petersburg State Academic Institute of Painting, Sculpture and Architecture named after I.E. Repin. He received a diploma with honors; his graduation work – “Crossing” obtained a top grade and Anton received praise of the State Attestation Commission.

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Samiran Sarkar (India)

Samiran Sarkar completed B.V.A. degree from Kolkata Government College of Art & Craft in 1995 with First class Honor Degree ( Calcutta University). Nine Solo Exhibitions in India, Kathmandu ( Nepal ) and participated in many National, International Prestigious Exhibition in India, USA, UK, and many more International country. Awarded many Exhibition in India & Abroad. Paintings collection All over the world.

Natalya Klimova (Russian Federation)

Natalya Klimova (Russian Federation)

Natalya Klimova was born in 1991 in the city of Nizhny Novgorod. From 2006 till 2011, Natalya attended Nizhny Novgorod Art College, which she successfully completed and received praise of the Board of the State Attestation Commission for graduation work. From 2012 till 2018 – study at the Saint-Petersburg State Academic Institute of Painting, Sculpture and Architecture named after I.E. Repin. She received a diploma with honors with a top grade for the graduation work “The Medieval Theatre”.

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Monica Aggarwal (India)

Monica is a Singapore based artist. Was born in India but spent prime years in London, trained and taught there as a teacher. After moving to Singapore, she picked up painting as a hobby but now is a versatile and flexible artist who likes to paint with different forms and mediums.

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Yuriy Grebenyuk (Uzbekistan)

Yuriy was born in 1957 in Dnepropetrovsk. Artist-painter, graphic artist. He is the participant of many Republican and international exhibitions. In his paintings, the artist gives the song a strong dynamism, which intensifies the full, comprehensive, multi-layered manner of writing.

Valerii Latyshev (Russia)

Valerii Latyshev (Russia)

Valerii Latyshev was born in 1966. He is a self-taught artist making a variety of wooden inlaid jewellery, sculpture, paintings. He is a member of Artists Trade Union of Russia.

Ayda Alp (Turkey)

Ayda Alp (Turkey)

Ayda is a Singapore based artist who believes in vibrations, energies and the power of colours in healing, love, and harmony. In each piece, the healing crystals and colours combined with sacred geometry create a vibration that amplifies these energies with the intention of bringing these positive vibrations into one’s home or personal space. Ayda is also a colour therapist, aura and chakra energy healer and a teacher.

Suying Liu (China)

Suying Liu (China)

Suying Liu, born in 1963, from Yongqing, Hebei Province, has devoted to painting since childhood.

Graduated from the Fine Arts Department of Hebei Normal University.

Currently, she is a senior art teacher at Yongqing No. 1 Middle School, a member of Langfang Artists Association, and director of the Art Center of Yichang Painting Academy.

Dizrieana Izrin (Malaysia)

Dizrieana Izrin (Malaysia)

Dizrieana Izrin is a 20-year-old self-taught artist from Johor Bahru, Malaysia. Her work revolves around people, conversations she’s had in the past, personal experiences, and recurring dreams.

Sreya Gupta (India)

Sreya Gupta (India)

Sreya Gupta is an Indian Artist, Professional Jewelry Designer and Gemologist. She expresses her work through art, be it painting or jewellery. Her work tells a different story engaging the audience to know about more. Most of her works are inspired by Nature and Indian Culture. She believes in versatility in art and likes to explore different mediums and styles. Her works are a visual treat of colours, textures and designs enhancing the subject.

Dilshod Eshmatov (Uzbekistan)

Dilshod Eshmatov (Uzbekistan)

Artist-painter.

Member of the Association of Artists, Art Critics and Folk Artists “IJOD”.

Laureate of the Festival of Traditional and Contemporary Art “Navkiron Uzbekiston-2006”.

He was born in the village of Mindon of the Ferghana region of the Republic of Uzbekistan in 1977.

He graduated from the Painting Department of the Tashkent Art College. P. Benkov.

Ankita Chatterjee (India)

Ankita Chatterjee (India)

Ankita is a Singapore based passionate explorer of art. Despite being an academician and a trained educator, she loves dabbling with her paints and charcoals. She picked up the nuances of oil painting and beautiful sketching from NAFA‘s Diploma course very recently. She continues to consider herself a student of art and strives to learn techniques more each day. She believes in discovering oneself and pushing limits as much as possible.

Marjan Motavvef (Iran)

Marjan Motavvef (Iran)

Marjan was born in 1968 in Iran. She is an Iranian artist based in Singapore. Marjan obtained her bachelor of science degree from Isfahan Medical University. After moving to Singapore, she started to learn painting, and it was her first interest. Marjan achieved certification from Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts (NAFA) in 2008 for western painting (oil). Marjan’s artworks were exhibited in Singapore Art gallery. Meanwhile, she was top 20 artists in online art contest 2017. Marjan is interested in drawing and painting still life, scenery, peaceful compositions and paintings with messages behind them.

Liubing Jiang (China)

Liubing Jiang (China)

Liubing Jiang, from China, was born in 1972. He was fond of fine arts since his childhood and was diligent. He received formal training of Chinese painting in his early years and he has been painting for over 20 years. His artworks have been published in art magazines and won wide acclaim. He has also won many awards in some painting and calligraphy exhibitions.

Ruchika Malhotra (India)

Ruchika Malhotra (India)

Ruchika Malhotra is an Indian artist living in Singapore since 2010. Ruchika has grown up watching her mother paint the most beautiful objects of decoration for the house. She is a credit rating analyst by profession who is balancing her work commitments with her avid interest in painting.

Muhammad Fozili (Uzbekistan)

Muhammad Fozili (Uzbekistan)

Muhammad Fazilov was born on 5 February, 1959 in Pakhtabad (Uzbekistan). In 1980 he graduated architectural faculty of SamGASI (Samarkand State Architectural and Civil Engineering Institute), and at the same time he completed restoration school at professor V. Yu. Tsirkunov and the Faculty of Social Service Occupations (a banner artist). Restoration and adaptation of the Memorial complex of Naqshbandi in Bukhara was his diploma thesis.

Samantha Redfern (United Kingdom)

Samantha Redfern (United Kingdom)

Samantha is a British Fine Artist Living in Singapore. She graduated with a BA Hons in Fine Art Painting in 2004 in the English city of Bath before moving into a career in sales.

Upon starting a family Samantha started working as a freelance artist. Painting pet and family portraits.
However, she soon realised her heart wasn’t in it and she began her journey into abstract painting.

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Tatiana Alieva (Azerbaijan)

Tatiana Alieva was born in Baku, Azerbaijan, and graduated from the National University of Azerbaijan with a Biology degree. During four years in Moscow, she studied art alongside Russian artists now widely recognised for their artistic achievements. She and her family then moved to Wellington, New Zealand, where her creative passion blossomed, capturing the spectacular city, ocean and mountain scenery.

Sergey Stepanov (Russia)

Sergey Stepanov (Russia)

April Alexander (United Kingdom)

April Alexander (United Kingdom)

April’s artistic adventure began as a young girl in England, painting mainly bright, lary pieces that lit up her childhood home. At GCSE level, she knew she had a passion to create and didn’t pay as much attention to other classes besides Art and Photography. April then attended London College of Fashion where she studied a high fashion backstage make-up & hair course painting faces with a desire to work on magazine covers.

Veronica S. Yun (South Korea)

Veronica S. Yun (South Korea)

Veronica S. Yun is a South Korean wildlife artist based in Singapore. All creatures in her series have various colours of nature. She gets inspiration from the sea and the sky which changes colours depends on time, depth and weather. She participated in Tatinis art fair in May 2019, following her first exhibition in December 2017.

Simran Daga (India)

Simran Daga (India)

Konstantin Golovin (Ukraine)

Konstantin Golovin (Ukraine)

Honoured Artist of Ukraine. His paintingss are characterized by romanticism akin to Biedermeier with its sense of comfort, peace and security. The artist especially favours transitional seasons, such as fall and early winter. Domestic painters are invariably attracted to these seasons, both because they afford for moods typical of the national character, and because they provide artists with weather phenomena full of picturesque effects. Any signs of human presence, such as houses, churches or solitary figures, make the represented natural sites dimensionally alike to human existence.

Harshada Khare (India)

Harshada Khare (India)

Harshada Khare is an Indian artist born and brought up in Mumbai, currently based in Hong Kong where she has been living for more than six years.

From a background in Technology, Harshada has worked for some early-stage IT ventures in India & Hong Kong. Harshada has always found herself to be an art fanatic be it dancing during childhood or some rare drawing & sketching during her school days.

Siti Nurbaini Selamat (Singapore)

Siti Nurbaini Selamat (Singapore)

Farrukh Negmat-zade (Tajikistan)

Farrukh Negmat-zade (Tajikistan)

Farrukh Negmat-zade was born in 1959 in the city of Dushanbe, Tajikistan. In 1983, he graduated from the Moscow Secondary Art School at the USSR Academy of Arts, a graduate of the Moscow State Art Institute Surikov.

A world-famous painter and graphic artist, a member of the Union of Artists of Tajikistan, he is faithful to national traditions dating back centuries.

Shiv Kumar Soni (India)

Shiv Kumar Soni (India)

Shiv shows the collection of thoughts & imaginations of childhood. As like kites, birds, balloons, toys, hats and playing in rainy weather, imagining self over the clouds, flying with kites and many such moments which almost everybody misses & revive in their rest of life. All these this Shiv feels like the treasure of childhood.

Natalie Wiswell (Russian Federation)

Natalie Wiswell (Russian Federation)

Larissa Orfanidou (Greece)

Larissa Orfanidou (Greece)

Olga Belka (Russia)

Olga Belka (Russia)

Olga Belka, professional scuba diver, underwater artist and the only underwater portraitist in the world. Over the past few years alone, seven personal exhibitions of underwater painting have been held in different countries. Olga participated in international projects and events.

Gonca Yengin (Turkey)

Gonca Yengin (Turkey)

Olga Ibadullayeva (Ukraine)

Olga Ibadullayeva (Ukraine)

Olga is a Ukrainian artist based in Singapore. Olga’s path as an artist started at 4 years old in Ukraine when her mother brought her to the art school as she sensed her interest in drawing. Since that time her life, work and education were continuously filled with arts in different instances.

Abdukhakim Karimov (Uzbekistan)

Abdukhakim Karimov (Uzbekistan)

Abdukhakim Karimov was born on May 18th in Tashkent. In 1984 he graduated from the Benkov School of Fine Art in Tashkent. In 1992, he graduated from the faculty of monumental art in the Uzbekistan State Institute of Arts and Culture named after Mannon Uygʻur. Beautiful eastern women, fairy-tale birds, animals, dervishes – all of them are the characters of this artist. The creativity of Abdukhakim Karimov is distinguished by the variety of art techniques and stand out in contemporary Uzbek arts.

Nurillo Khudaymuradov (Uzbekistan)

Nurillo Khudaymuradov (Uzbekistan)

Elena Spencer (Russia)

Elena Spencer (Russia)

Elena Spencer was born in 1961 in Khabarovsk in the Far East of Russia and most of her life she lived there 1983 -1987 – studied the Omsk College of Technology and Design and graduated with a qualification of the designer.

Saidbek Sabirbayev (Uzbekistan)

Saidbek Sabirbayev (Uzbekistan)

Saidbek Sabirbaev was born in 1988, in Nukus, the Republic of Karakalpakstan. In 2012 graduated from the National Institute of Fine Arts and Design named after Kamoliddin Bekhzad, the department of easel painting (bachelor’s and master’s degree programmes).

Meley Law (Hong Kong)

Meley Law (Hong Kong)

Raina Kim Li (Singapore)

Raina Kim Li (Singapore)

Kim Li, Raina 金麗 (b.1982, Singapore) Born in Singapore, Raina was trained in and practiced architecture until 2014. She has lived in several different places- New York, Santiago, Tokyo and Silicon Valley before finally settling back home in Singapore where she is now based. She works primarily in oils & acrylic and is fascinated by the materiality of medium and colour.

Anuradha Kabra (India)

Anuradha Kabra (India)

Originally from Jodhpur (India), Anuradha Kabra has made Singapore her home since the past decade. Her induction into art & music started at a very young age from her mother (Kamla Kabra) and father (Brijbhushan Kabra – one of the co-creators of Call Of The Valley – the highest selling album in Indian classical music till date with international acclaim), both well-known artists.

Jaya Gupta (India)

Jaya Gupta (India)

Volha Bazyleva (Belarus)

Volha Bazyleva (Belarus)

Volha Bazyleva was born in Belarus. Drawing has been her favourite pastime since early childhood. When it came time to enter university, Volha’s choice was the Institute of Business in Minsk (Belarus). Then she moved to Germany to improve her German. Two years later, she moved to Italy, got married and began teaching art there. But Volha’s real passion was in painting, and that’s what she started to do.

Sonali Mohanty (India)

Sonali Mohanty (India)

Sonali is an engineer by education, was an IT professional by occupation, but now she is an artist by choice. Sonali is an artist with a passion for creating artwork using various media. She is inspired by things around her, and her expertise is in the usage of a wide range of colours and textures

Dilorom Mamedova (Uzbekistan)

Dilorom Mamedova (Uzbekistan)

Dilmurod Yuldashev (Uzbekistan)

Dilmurod Yuldashev (Uzbekistan)

Dilmurod Yuldashev was born on November 24th in 1955 in Tashkent. In 1982 graduated from the Nizami Tashkent Pedagogical University, the Faculty of the artistic graphic. Since 1998 is a member Creative Association of Artists of Uzbekistan. Dilmurod Yuldashev is a versatile artist, which has established himself in the genres of still life and landscape painting.

Khurshid Ziyakhanov (Uzbekistan)

Khurshid Ziyakhanov (Uzbekistan)

Khurshid Ziyakhanov was born in 1958 in Tashkent, Uzbekistan. In 1987 he finished the Theatrical Institute, where he studied graphic design. Since then he has worked as a graphics designer for publishing houses. He has also taken part in various exhibitions in his home country and abroad.

Roger Fayziev (Uzbekistan)

Roger Fayziev (Uzbekistan)

Yulia McGrath (Russia)

Yulia McGrath (Russia)

Yulia McGrath was born in Russia in 1985 and moved to Singapore in 2008 to pursue her Doctorate in Applied Physics after graduating from Moscow State University. Her passion for visual art has been nurtured from a young age, alternately complementing and balancing her commitments as a student and researcher.

Umar Radjabov (Uzbekistan)

Umar Radjabov (Uzbekistan)

Artist-painter was born in 1985 in t Khazarasp village, in Khorezm. He received a secondary education in the Lyceum of Arts in Khorezm. After graduating from the Lyceum, he entered the Institute of Arts and Design named after K. Behzod for the Department of Monumental Painting. Member of the Academy of Arts of the Republic of Uzbekistan. He is a prize-winner of many international exhibitions in particular in Sweden, Czech Republic, India.

Sergey Smirnov (Russia)

Sergey Smirnov (Russia)

Christiana Huertas (Costa Rica)

Christiana Huertas (Costa Rica)

Cristiana Huertas Franco is a native of San José, Costa Rica, and learned to paint at the age of 9. After doing studies in Chemistry in the Costa Rica University, She rediscovered her love for oil on canvas art in 1968 while she was establishing as a married woman.

Debdut Maiti (India)

Debdut Maiti (India)

Debdut was born in 1977 in India. In 2000 he graduated as a mechanical engineer. He has since worked in the field of Information Technology in several different countries. He moved to Singapore in 2008. He is currently both a Director in an IT company and an Indian artist based in Singapore.

Svetlana Latysheva (Russia)

Svetlana Latysheva (Russia)

Fedor Petrik (Russia)

Fedor Petrik (Russia)

Fedor was born in 1987 in the city of Sevastopol. In 2008 he graduated from Vladikavkaz art school. Since 2010 he has participated in numerous Russian and international exhibitions. From 2010 to 2016 he studied at the Moscow state academic art Institute named after V. I. Surikov at the Russian Academy of arts, with the majority of painting in the workshop of Aidan Salakhova and Sergei Ossovsky.

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Rahman Umarov (Turkmenistan)

Rahman is an outstanding representative of easel painting, Master of Ceramic Art. 1968 – was born in the village Talhanbazar of the Lebap velayat. 1987 – graduated from the Ashgabat Art School named after Shota Rustaveli and Tashkent Theater and Art Institute.

Sumanta Dey (India)

Sumanta Dey (India)

Tamilla Gasanova (Azerbaijan)

Tamilla Gasanova (Azerbaijan)

Tamilla Gasanova Lives and works in Baku, Azerbaijan Was born in 1993, Moscow, Russia From an early age, art was an integral part of Tamill’s life. Wherever she lived and study, the love of painting was unchanged. She studied at art schools in Moscow and Minsk.

Farukh Ahmadaliev (Uzbekistan)

Farukh Ahmadaliev (Uzbekistan)

Farukh was born in 1982. 2000 – graduated from the Republican Art College. 2002-2005 – studying at the Art Institute. K. Behzod.

Ameer Basalamah (Singapore)

Ameer Basalamah (Singapore)

Ildar Karimov (Kazakhstan)

Ildar Karimov (Kazakhstan)

The graduate of the Moscow Higher Art and Industrial School (former Stroganovsky) Member of the Professional Union of Designers of Kazakhstan Works are in the CIS countries, America, Canada, Israel, Germany

Puneet Kaur (India)

Puneet Kaur (India)

Puneet is best known for her eye-catching yet straightforward artwork which connects you to life. She draws inspiration from being around her through social or personal connects. Her artistic accomplishment lies in the way people read her art and how they give meaning to it. She uses acrylic paints.

Shakhnoz Abdullaeva (Uzbekistan)

Shakhnoz Abdullaeva (Uzbekistan)

Natalia Novikova (Russia)

Natalia Novikova (Russia)

Natalia Novikova was born on 9 November 1976 in the city of Moscow. From early childhood she travelled around the country, living in the Arctic, the Far East, and the Baltics. She currently lives in Moscow. Natalia studied art under the guidance of Alexey Alekseevich Kleidins, who worked with various techniques such as graphics, gouache, watercolour, and pastel.

Arif Huseynov Sheikh (Azerbaijan)

Arif Huseynov Sheikh (Azerbaijan)

Arif was born on 28.09.1968 in Baku 1984-1988 – Studied at Azimzadeh College of Art 1994-1998 – Azerbaijan State University of Culture and Art He took part in various competitions and exhibitions organised by British Petroleum, SOCAR, Union of Artists, etc.

Dilyafrus Demeeva (Uzbekistan)

Dilyafrus Demeeva (Uzbekistan)

Shukhrat Abdumalikov (Abdumalikof, Uzbekistan)

Shukhrat Abdumalikov (Abdumalikof, Uzbekistan)

Shukhrat was born in 1970 in Samarkand. In 1989 he graduated from the Republican Art College named after P. Benkov. In 1995 he graduated from the Tashkent Theatre and Art Institute. Painting, for Shukhrat Abdumalikov, born in 1970 in Samarkand, Uzbekistan, is not just a hobby. It is a way of life with a constant search for theme, colour, and form.

Nikolay Didenko (Turkmenistan)

Nikolay Didenko (Turkmenistan)

Nikolay Didenko was born in 1953 in Mary, Turkmenistan. In 1974 he graduated Arts College. From 1980 Didenko became Lenin’s Komsomol Prize Winner, Ashgabat, till 1982, he worked in the studio of Sergey Zarovnov in “Sinezh,” creating works of art in the engraving technique, designed books of Turkmen writers.

Evgeniia Mishchenko (Russia)

Evgeniia Mishchenko (Russia)

Oleg Zykov (Russia)

Oleg Zykov (Russia)

Oleg was born in 1986 in Russia in the Primorsky Territory in the city of Vladivostok. Childhood and adolescence passed close to the nature abundant in the Far Eastern region, which played its decisive role in the formation of a subtle creative worldview, which subsequently took shape in the desire to transfer the beauty of the native land to the canvas.

Gunel Ravilova (Azerbaijan)

Gunel Ravilova (Azerbaijan)

She received many lessons in drawing from various art schools, as well as from the high artist Togrul Narimanbekov. Since my mother was a teacher of painting, she taught me many lessons in painting and this was for me a good school.

Bee Bee Sng (Singapore)

Bee Bee Sng (Singapore)

Katarina Victor-Thomas (Monaco)

Katarina Victor-Thomas (Monaco)

Winnie Wong (Hong Kong)

Winnie Wong (Hong Kong)

Winnie Wong was born in Hong Kong and fell in love with drawing and painting at the tender age of five. Being determined to pursue her passion and to drive social change through art, she made a bold leap into the unknown: she gave up a promising professional career to become an aspiring artist.

Amirbek Narimanbekov EKS (Azerbaijan)

Amirbek Narimanbekov EKS (Azerbaijan)

Imran Nurali (Azerbaijan)

Imran Nurali (Azerbaijan)

Imran Nur-Ali is a mystic from painting. An artist by education, one day he felt more than an artist. According to him, the same fracture occurred with him on the day of the death of Salvador Dali. He had a vision that he should become the successor of this great painter in his mission on Earth.

Francis Nacion Jr (Philippines)

Francis Nacion Jr (Philippines)

1981 – Francisco Tejada Nacion Jr.was born in Kalibo, Aklan. Despite majoring in Computer Engineering at the University of Baguio, he nonetheless pursued art studies while in college.

Marina Gromenko (Ukraine)

Marina Gromenko (Ukraine)

Zakir Ahmedov (Azerbaijan)

Zakir Ahmedov (Azerbaijan)

Born in 1955 in Baku (Azerbaijan). In 1978 finished Azerbaijan State Drawing School, faculty of a sculptor. In 1988 graduated from Azerbaijan State Art Institute named by M.Aliyev. From 1978 till now took place in many exhibitions around the world. Member of Commonwealth of Artists of Azerbaijan and SSR from 1989 till now.

Surai Akmuradova (Turkmenistan)

Surai Akmuradova (Turkmenistan)

1959 – was born in the village of Geokcha, Mary province, Turkmenistan, she lived in the of Baranovichi, Belarus. 1977 – graduated from secondary school. 1981 – studied at the art school named after Shota Rustaveli in the city of Ashgabat (Turkmenistan), which she graduated with honors.

Ayna Nuryyeva (Turkmenistan)

Ayna Nuryyeva (Turkmenistan)

Eugene Melnikov (Uzbekistan)

Eugene Melnikov (Uzbekistan)

Eugene Melnikov: the painter, the poet, and the People’s Artist of Uzbekistan. Born in Buzuluk, Russia, Eugene has lived in Uzbekistan since 1948. In 1953, he completed the Benkov Republican Art School, in 1960 the Ostrovsky State Theatre and Art Institute in Tashkent.

Vasiliy Lukonin (Uzbekistan)

Vasiliy Lukonin (Uzbekistan)

1960 – was born in Uzbekistan 1979 – the end of training in the XXII (formerly RSMHSR) of the city of Kharkov. He lives in Tashkent. 1986 – the beginning of the creative activity Participant of regional, republican, all-Union exhibitions, international biennale in Macedonia and Bulgaria

Teymur Daimi (Azerbaijan)

Teymur Daimi (Azerbaijan)

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Bodrov (Russia)

Adolf Shestakov (Russia)

Adolf Shestakov (Russia)

1926 – was born in Omsk. 1951-1956 – teaching at the art-graphic faculty of the Moscow Polygraphic Institute. 1959-1975 – the emergence of interest in Western art (Picasso, Matisse) and work in the studio of experimental painting and graphics by Elia Belyutin, who united progressive artists seeking a way out of the prevailing socialist realism.

Alexander Khmelnytsky (Russia)

Alexander Khmelnytsky (Russia)

Tatyana Vasilyeva (Russia)

Tatyana Vasilyeva (Russia)

Graphic artist. 1946 – was born in Kanko, North Korea. 1967-1971 – studying at the Dagestan Art School named after MA Dzhemal in the city of Makhachkala. 1998 – Honored Worker of the Komi Republic. 2002 – laureate of the State Prize of the Republic of Komi.

Vera Preobrazhenskaya (Russia)

Vera Preobrazhenskaya (Russia)

Was born in 1919. Painter, representative of the underground. 1944 – the end of Moscow State University, training from LA Zenkevich. 1945 – left the science, became a professional artist; illustrating the books of LA Zenkevich, posters, teaching aids for the Biophak of Moscow State University.

Tatyana Bespalova (Russia)

Tatyana Bespalova (Russia)

Anton Kolokolov (Russia)

Anton Kolokolov (Russia)

He was a Representative of the Russian realistic school. Painting, graphics, painting walls. He was born in Moscow in 1963. He graduated from the Moscow Art College named after M. I. Kalinin and Stroganov Higher Art and Industrial School.

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Yakovlev (Russia)

Anatoliy Strochilin (Russia)

Anatoliy Strochilin (Russia)

Nikolay Prostoserdov (Russia)

Nikolay Prostoserdov (Russia)

1980 – studying at the MHPU (former Stroganov) at the department of monumental and decorative painting in the workshop of GM Korzhev. 1992 – membership in the Ministry of Agriculture. 1984 – participation in the Moscow exhibitions.

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Yuriy Volsky (Russia)

Anatoliy Vasilev (Russia)

Anatoliy Vasilev (Russia)

Mag Gabitov (Russia)

Mag Gabitov (Russia)

The most original artist from Kazan 1970 – arrival in Leningrad and acquaintance with MG Tim-Blok and her student, Igor Mayorov, who became a teacher and a friend of Gabitov in the artistic field. Gabitov was friends with Zverev and quickly entered the creative and artistic environment.

Elena Kosarkova (Russian Federation)

Elena Kosarkova (Russian Federation)

Elena Kosarkova was born on January 31, 1986 in Nizhny Novgorod. From 2001 till 2006, Elena studied at the Nizhny Novgorod Art College majoring in specialization of an artist and a tutor. She graduated the College with the praise of the State Attestation Commission for graduation work.