Malgosia Jankowska

Painter Malgosia Jankowska was born in 1978 in Sochaczew, Poland and studied painting in Warsaw and Berlin. With fine brush strokes, she sets people and nature in opposition to each other. She masterfully creates pictures of stunning depth and spaciousness by alternating translucent and pastose colors. Mysteriously, white light bursts through the tree trunks of some paintings like a white haze. The filigree lines, together with the softened tones – sometimes restricted to a single color on a white background, hearken back to the engravings of old fairytale books.

Jana Brike

Jana Brike was born in year 1980 in Riga, Latvia. She has studied academical painting in the Art Academy of Latvia and received M.A. degree in year 2005. Her work has been exhibited internationally in professional venues since 1996 while she was still a young teenager, and since then she has had 13 solo exhibitions and nearly 100 other projects and group exhibitions all over the world.

Mie Olise Kjærgaard

Mie Olise Kjærgaard works in painting, sculptural objects and installation. Since graduating her Master in Fine Art in 2008 and based on her architectural studies, her work has focussed on the theme of the ”man-made construction”, through which she investigates both the nature of the architectural construction – as well as how a construction describes the society, it is a part of.

Fabio La Fauci

Fabio La Fauci’s work, often inspired by Surrealism, Abstract Expressionism and Minimalism, and oscillating between abstract geometry and organic reality, escapes all attempts at artistic classification.  His works’ intrinsic plastic ambiguity enables a transformation, the passage from one form to another form and from one meaning to another meaning. 

Alejandra Atarés

Alejandra Atarés (Zaragoza, 1987) studied Fine Arts at the University of Barcelona, widened her knowledge in Bristol and deepened her studies in Art and Design at the Massachussets College. She started to exhibit her work in 2009 and she participated in several group shows and four solo shows in Barcelona.

Reiner Heidorn

Reiner Heidorn is a german neo-expressionist, lives in Germany next to Munich. If you ask the Weilheim artist Reiner Heidorn about his understanding of himself as an artist, he will say: “Painting to me means literally pushing oil paint across the canvas, shaping it in such a way that, with or without figuration, the result is a harmonious pictorial whole that does not show an artist’s characteristic manner and, without any specific artist’s hand, covers the surface, the way a tree trunk is blanketed by the elements.” Heidorn’s work is characterized by a freedom in his approach that is perhaps only available to the self-taught.

Helene Delmaire

My work looks to display strength through fragility; to explore man’s relationship to the natural world as a symbol of his own inner world. I do not paint people as individuals but as symbols of humankind - a mere element of the larger whole.
The subject is often swallowed or hidden by its pictural environment; truncated or erased with a swipe of the brush. The face and the eyes, the commonly named windows to the soul, are turned away or masked, turned towards an inner world that can never be wholly communicated to another, despite a shared depth. Paradoxically, the discovery of this inner world comes when personal identity is let go of. Through the loss of the personal comes the universal.

Gill Button

Gill Button is a painter and illustrator based in the UK. She has been commisioned by numerous high profile clients including Gucci, Vogue, Tatler, Vanity Fair, British Airways, Royal Mail and the United Nations, amongst others.

Joanne Nam

"I was born in Korea and spent most of my childhood in the middle of a forest. Most of the subject matters of the paintings I created were from those memories in the forest. However, I avoided reproducing simple images of the memories, but I wanted to express the impression of them. The visual images of memories in my head are vague and most of times hard to tell, but the feeling of it is the thing that lasts. If you look at my painting and feel something from it, that is what I tried to convey." - Joanne Nam