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Gallery Fine Art
Nuestro sitio es gratis y sin fines de lucro. Las pinturas expuestas corresponden a sus respectivos autores(©Copyright), la presentación de las mismas tienen como finalidad mostrar el trabajo de nuestros pintores y valorizarlo como un ejemplo de enseñanza visual. Muchas gracias a todos los artistas expositores.

21 de diciembre de 2014

AARON COBERLY - Premiado


Aaron Coberly - Premiado


Galería de Arte Cristina Faleroni, distingue al artista Aaron Coberly con su máximo galardón por su trayectoria en las Bellas Artes.

Mes de Diciembre de 2014 - Argentina.

Aaron Coberly was born in Seattle in 1971. He has been drawing for as long as he can remember. He started taking art seriously as a teenager after being invited to attend a life drawing class. Living and traveling in Europe further inspired him. He began oil painting in 1999. His work is primarily figurative with a stylistic nod to the Masters and the Impressionists. Aaron runs an open painting and drawing session in Seattle. He resides in the greater Seattle area and is married with a young son. Every day I work on becoming a better artist.

20 de diciembre de 2014

LYUDMILA BALANDINA




















Biography:
Lyudmila Balandina.- St. Petersburg State Academic Institute of Painting, Sculpture and Architecture named after IE Repin.

BRADLEY JACKSON




























Biography:
The acrylic paintings by artist Bradley Jackson can brighten any room. Whether it is a painting of his nostalgic reminiscence of time past, a portrait of songbirds or an idyllic day of wandering in the beauty of a nature scene, his paintings are bright and airy, filled with lush colors.
Now one of the most popular wildlife artist in the US, Brad grew up in the woods of Northern Maine on the banks of the St. John River where he developed his deep affection and love of nature and wildlife. It is this influence that continues to be evident in his paintings to this day.
Known for his realistic approach, exactness for detail and a feeling for the actual essence of life, he uses acrylic paints in a unique application to capture the very heart of nature. Using the smooth surface of an illustration board, he begins laying in his background colors with a watered down acrylic and airbrush. His backgrounds tend toward the soft focus: detailed, yet soft and shimmering. By using full strength acrylic paint he creates a sharp detailed subject. Through this technique, Brad achieves a photo-realistic portrayal. Brad explains,
"I have tried to transcend the materials used and the surface worked on to create as much depth and space relationship as possible. If it looks like a photograph, so be it. I enjoy creating an impressionistic background with a very detailed and realistic subject."
Brad's paintings have a loyal and growing audience because they celebrate the spirit of nature and bring back memories of bygone days. The wilderness, the wonders of nature, and wildlife hold a great fascination for him. The quality of ever-changing seasons create an unending source of inspiration that beckons his heart and hand.
His works are included in many private collections throughout the world and he has exhibited in such prestigious art shows such as: the National Wildlife Art Exhibition in Kansas City, KS; the Wildlife Festival in Tulsa, OK, Southeastern Wildlife Exposition, Charleston, SC, the Michigan Wildlife Art Festival in Southfield, MI, and the Waterfowl Festival in Easton, MD.
His work can be purchased at the Painted Pony Restaurant, Bethlehem, CT or by appointment in his studio in Weathersfield, VT. Brad's art is published by MBJ Fine Arts.

19 de diciembre de 2014

VLADIMIR GUSEV - Premiado.


Vladimir Gusev - Premiado

Galería de Arte Cristina Faleroni, distingue al artista Vladimir Gusev con su máximo galardón por su trayectoria en las Bellas Artes.

Mes de Diciembre de 2014 - Argentina.

Vladimir Gusev was born in 1957.- Graduated from Moscow State Artistic Institute of Surikov.
A member of the Union of Russian Artists.
A constant participation in the art exhibitions and auctions, held in France since 1996.
1999, 2000, 2001, 2002 - a participation in the group exhibitions in Madrid, Spain.

YURY KRUCHINKIN






















DATOS : Yury Kruchinkin born in Moscow in 1962.

18 de diciembre de 2014

FABRICE BACKES - Premiado


Fabrice Backes - Premiado

Galería de Arte Cristina Faleroni, distingue al artista Fabrice Backes con su máximo galardón por su trayectoria en las Bellas Artes.

Mes de Diciembre de 2014 - Argentina.

Fabrice Backes 1968 | Belgium | Illustrator painter.
Decorateur accessoiriste- intermittent du spectacle jusqu'en 2003.
Janvier 2003 - janvier 2006 - formation arts appliqués en région parisienne, bac pro communication graphique + 5 mois web design.
Peintre -illustrateur indépendant inscrit à la Maison des Artistes depuis juin 2005.

OLEG LOEONOV












Biography:
Oleg Leonov was born in 1959. Graduated at Kazan Art School,1980, at Moscow State Art Institute named of V. Surikov, studio of portraying by prof. Ilya Glazunov. Member of Moscow Union of Artists; Merited Artist of Russia. Since 1988 - steady participant of All-Union, All-Russian and foreign exhibitions. Artist's works are to be hanged: The Museum of Modern Art in Madrid, in Hamburg and The State Museum of writer Nikolai Gogol in Moscow as well as private galleries and art collections in USA, Italy, Spain, Japan. Along with patriotic motives in the portrait gallery of Commander-in-Chiefs as well as famous public persons, Oleg Leonov is subtle portrayer of enchantment of native nature and perpetual charm of feminine beauty.

17 de diciembre de 2014

ALEXANDER TYURIN
















DATOS: Alexander Tyurin born in Tashkent - Uzbekistan.
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