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الأحد، 29 أبريل، 2012

kris lewis





Kris Lewis began dreaming and flailing atop this lovely carnival ride in 1978, in the great surround of the Jersey shore. Growing up in a family that included 6 brothers and 1 sister provided ample fodder for his creative appetite, weaving an existence replete with love, conflict, beauty, tradition and classic Jersey brawls. Kris' father provided the artistic gene and a glint of inspiration, but it was his mother who taught him the importance of hard work and dedication as he watched her raise an entire family alone after his parents’ separation. As an immigrant who had to flee from communist forces in her home country of Latvia, Kris' mother also instilled in him a love for his Latvian heritage and its traditions, which are a major influence in Kris' artwork. Other influences in Kris' art include Alfonse Bougereau, Andrew Wyeth, Hans Holbein, Albrecht Durer, Hieronymus Bosch, Gustav Klimt, Antonio Mancini, and Jules-Bastien LePage. His reverence for masters of old is apparent in his depiction of the human figure, which he uses as a vector for hidden stories, delicate emotion, and universal truth. His affinity for people-watching also informs his paintings, collecting glances, gestures, miens and hints and channeling them through the canvas for the viewer to share in the experience. After studying Illustration at The University of the Arts in Philadelphia, Kris eventually found himself living and working in Los Angeles, where he still resides and has yet to fully explore. His paintings have been featured in galleries in cities around the world, including L.A., San Francisco, Seattle, New York, Miami, London, and Hong Kong. His work has also been seen in the publications Juxtapoz and Modern Painters, and featured in the books Copro/Nason: A Catalogue Raisonne and Two Faced: The Changing Face of Portraiture

Allan R. Banks 1948







Jeffrey Gold




Born: Los Angeles, California, 1958

William Hahn


William Hahn was born in Saxony, Germany in 1829. He studied at the Royal Academy of Art in Dresden and the Dusseldorf Academy. Around 1870, Hahn met the artist William Keith and moved with him first to Boston then San Francisco in 1872 where the two shared a studio. Hahn enjoyed tremendous success, taking extended painting trips throughout California and exhibiting his works at the National Academy of Design in New York. A versatile artist, Hahn is most remembered for his detailed genre scenes. A resident of San Francisco, Hahn died unexpectedly while traveling in Europe in 1887

Bernard Safran

was an American high realist painter known for his penetrating portraits. His many covers for TIME Magazine were seen by millions, and included portraits of Queen Elizabeth, Pope John XXIII, and Presidents Eisenhower, Kennedy, Johnson and Nixon
After leaving TIME in 1965, Safran painted a sweeping series of works chronicling daily life in his hometown New York City. In addition to the paintings, Safran took thousands of unposed photographs documenting public life in the city
In his late forties he moved his family to a remote farmhouse in eastern Canada, and over the next 20 years created a parallel series of paintings of rural working life





A. Andrew Gonzalez




Will Cotton -1965






Amir Taqi






Paul Casale






Amer Saleh Alobaidi








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