RUYAL - French landscape and portrayer painter, to see the exposure on line of its paintings. With through his work on the colour and the pictorial light, Alexis Ruyer says RUYAL tries to reveal you the synthesism ® Ruyal, another way of feeling a glance towards the exterior.
Blog Sara Picazo to present its illustrations with rotring, but also some of the other creations.
Paul Mitchell, Kent based artist. Specialises in urban/city paintings, transportation and landscapes. Also undertakes commissions. Art sale on website, with links to online shops where you can buy his work.
Yasmine Art Gallery - Egyptian and oriental oil paintings, portraits, still life and landscapes.
Jaap Binnema (1948) is in his work mainly focused on three topics: light, space and silence. Although there is a clear spiritual element he finds this often in the urban and industrial sphere, especially interiors of buildings. The interest in buildings leads also to (abstract) experiments with themes
like rhythm and repetitions. Most of the work in oil of acryl, but also other material is used (paper, wood).
Olivier Rijcken - Dutchbased illustrator and artist making 'dolers' with a picture of a doler.
Walter van Nus - Leitmotiv: Music relelated to visual art, a 'moving feast'. Similarity and antithesis. We accept commissions in any art-discipline, any!
Paul Critchley's shaped oil paintings depict interiors and landscapes. He makes paintings which are diptych and triptychs which can be opened and closed and are therefore interactive. Frequently these have an element of time with either day and night or different seasons being incorporated in a single painting. His paintings can also be constructed to be hung on or in a corner, or even on the ceiling or the floor.
Tejohaas - Sketches, drawings and inspiration of the illustrious artist and cartoonist