<-- Previous Page
Page 3
 

 

Patrizio Elisa

Pareo Patrizia Elisa Pareo was born in Argentina in 1959 and began her career as a professional artist shortly after graduating from the Fine Art Institute of Buenos Aires in 1982. Her passion for the beauty and rhythmic energy of the natural world finds expression in her paintings, which draw inspiration from the traditions of post-impressionism. Like the painters of by-gone eras, Pareo mixes her own paint using old techniques. She lives in Italy and exhibits in Europe and South America.

Please Click to Enlarge

 

 

 

"Irises"
Oil on Canvas

 

 

 

"Field Flowers "
Oil on Canvas
 

 

Leonard Gervits

Leonid Gervits springs from the tradition of European-Russian realism. Born in the Ukraine in 1946, he studied at the noted Academy of Fine Arts in St. Petersburg, where he subsequently taught painting for 17 years. He emigrated to the United States in 1991, continuing his career as a gifted artist and teacher. He has exhibited in Germany, France, Finland, Spain, Japan, Luxembourg, Belgium, Czechoslovakia and the US. His paintings are included in respected international collections including the Zimmerli Art Museum in New Brunswick.

 

 

 

 

"Still Life with French Flowers"
Acrylic on Canvas
29" x 29"

 

 

"The Porcelain Teapot"
Acrylic on Canvas
29" x 29"

 

Alain Hermand

Intimate in scale and executed in a soft palette of muted colors, the paintings of Alain Hermand possess the quiet, weathered beauty of old frescoes. Hermand builds his images out of shadow and light, never overstating the lines of his subjects and always incorporating within them a suggestion of mystery. His compositions are elegant examples of contemporary impressionism, deftly balanced between representation and abstraction. Born in Morocco in 1947, Hermand lives in France and exhibits in Europe and the United States.

 

 

 

 

"The Hydrangeas"
Mixed media on Canvas
25" x 22"

 

 

"Green Flowers"
Mixed media on Canvas
19" x 14.5"

 

 

"Yellow Flowers"
Mixed media on Canvas
17.5" x 14.5"

 

Valeriy Skrypka

Valeriy Skrypka was born in the Ukraine in 1964, the son of a respected non-conformist painter and Soviet dissident. He received a rigorous classical training at the Ukrainian Academy in Kiev, but broke with tradition as he developed his own style synergizing realism, surrealism, Bizantine art and Ukrainian folk art. The enigmatic figures in his compositions have elongated proportions and often float against a mysterious backdrop of trees or intertwining flowers. The artist now lives in the United States and exhibits nationally as well as in Europe.

 

 

 

 

"Red Spring"
Oil on Canvas
36" x 24"

 

 

"The Florist"
Oil on Canvas
36" x 24"
<-- Previous Page
Page 2