Mona Youssef Gallery (MYG) has been developed from a solo and renowned professional artist to a Jurist, Coordinator, Promotor and a Gallerist to represents a unique collection of Artists from around the world. MYG has been also  a member of the international selection committee for Florence Biennale, selected a number of artists for 2017 Florence Biennale and at present is selecting Artists for  Florence Biennale 2019.

This travelling Gallery/Gallerist is selecting a matchless groups of Artists and promoting them Globally to opening international opportunities for them. Because of years of experience being a jurist, MYG selects rich verity of artwork created by painters, fine/contemporary/visual/abstract/impressionists and digital artists, photographers and sculptors to represents them in professional international Art exhibitions and Art fairs.  The selection of artwork has been always appealing to art collectors as well to visitors. The selection reflects a wide range of work created with different mediums, techniques, subjects and styles between Contemporary art, abstract, impressionism, cubist, minimalism, expressionism, realism and modern art to complete each other.

Mona Youssef Gallery (MYG) has previously, represented hundreds of Artists in different countries such as, UK, France, Switzerland, Monaco and Monte Carlo. MYG is searching not only for quality artwork with unique subjects but also for professional and quality Art organizers with high standers where she would feel proud to represents her selected Artists. Therefore, selecting Art Organizers to engaged with is carefully examined prior to selecting and inviting artists. The intense promotion MYG creates profits both; Artists as well Art Organizers. Being a Jurist, MYG has reviewed hundreds and hundreds of artwork and selected unnumbered artists for BIANCOSCURO Art Contests .

Having founded and moderated numerous groups, for some years, such as “Global Art Communications” where thousands of members have joined including; Artists, Art lovers, Collectors, Dealers and Galleries has made MYG acquainted with all parties’ goals and understand their needs. In turn, this has qualified her to gain the trust of members as well of the public. Consequently, Mona Youssef Gallery has been successfully taking the role of a professional gallerist and curator to skillfully, assist talented Artists, get them to receive the recognitions deserved and to work hand in hand with professional art organizers. At present, the selection of Artwork for the upcoming exhibitions in 2018 and 2019 is undergo. Artists who wish to apply, are encouraged to fill out the Application Form, and submit their applications. Selected artists will be contacted in person with full information of the exhibition of their choices.

All additional concerns will be considered attentively and clarified with each artist according to personal needs.

Aini Tolonen


Aini Tolonen is a photographic artist/author from Helsinki, Finland, who finds her inspiration in urban erosion. Her abstract photos could be stated as a journey into the other dimension of urbanity, and the sources of her visual poetry are dreams, myths and time. Seeing the most ordinary details she turns them into something that is far beyond our normal perception. “Seeing the world like one does as a child – that is the magic I want to share.” During the past years, she has concentrated on abstract photography, trying to find unexpected ways to interpret reality and tell stories of the unseen. In her works Time and Erosion, the personal dreams and the associations are woven into a new poetical wholeness. Finland

Barry Davies


Barry Davies’sstyle and concept are to capture a moment of heightened emotion and thought, depicted through contrapposto and an active use of space, conveying a boldness and dynamic physical presence combined with a sense of movement and exuberance. My passion for studying human and animal anatomy has allowed me to portray an almost electrifying event through the muscular tensions within a body, depicting this in bronze with limited editions of 9. UK.

Chris Thomas


Chris Thomas is a professional photojournalist and advertising photographer for 35 years and a receiver of “Palm Art Award” and ‘International Aperture Awards”. He has contributed work to; TIME Magazine, NEWSWEEK, SPORTS ILLUSTRATED and THE NEW YORK TIMES. Chris also worked for SPORTS ILLUSTRATED during the Calgary `88 Winter Olympics. At home, he has contributed to the Canadian publications as Maclean’s, Cosmopolitan, The Calgary Herald, The Financial Post, The Calgary Sun, The Globe & Mail and The National Post. His work has also appeared in European and Asian publications such as NEWSWEEK JAPAN, DER SPIEGEL, and SEURA. He considers himself a product of Advertising, Art and Photojournalism, mixed with his special talent and passion for photography. His spectacular work is held in prestigious corporates and private collections. Canada

Leila Kanso


Leila Kanso is an artist and Jewelry designer with twelve years of art private tutoring, fifty-three international, local Collective and Solo exhibits, Symposiums, Biennials and Art Fairs participations. Her style is expressive contemporary art depicting the world’s human pain and Social Injustice using different figurative elements inspired by time, space, history and culture. She taught motivation as art Therapy at public schools. Leila is a member of Lebanese Art Association LAAPS. Her artwork is in Corporate and private collections. Lebanon.

Dominika Donde


Dominika Donde is a a ceramic artist, art promotor and a Graduate of Roman Philology and Post-Graduate School of Ceramics with a Master Class in porcelain, Paris. She is Member of the Craft Potters Association, UK. and was recognized by media press interviews and TV documentariesand has been an exhibitor in various countries. Dominika owns a ceramic studio and art gallery in an artistic district of Warsaw. Donde Gallery hosts conferences, events and organizes pro bono actions with various foundations. Poland.

Fay Osman


Fay Osman Mansour is a contemporary artist, born and raised in Lebanon. She is Member of Lebanese Artist Association-painter & Sculptors (LAAPS) and was graduated from the Lebanese University “Institute of fine art”. Currently, Fay is pursuing a Doctorate Degree in Fine Arts focusing on the Sufism and their philosophy choosing the spiritual theme for paintings, which oscillate between the abstract and representational. She participated in many groups’ exhibitions in Lebanon and been represented in private and public collections Internationally. Some of her artwork is part of private collectors in Lebanon and the Armenian museum. Lebanon

Julie Quinn

USA, Michigan

Julie Quinn is a contemporary abstract artist. Being born in Japan, the Asian influences is reflected in the rhythm and movement of her artwork. Her unique technique, using ink, oil and acrylic on clay-board, conveys spiritual messages that her art was chosen by the Vatican for the first ever Contemporary Christian Art Exhibition. Julie’s work was featured in many publications, was commissioned by Calvin College for their permanent collections, exhibited abroad and is found in private and corporate collections.  Julie’s awe-inspiring work reflects an artistic language represents her prayers and profoundly moves viewers. In each painting, there is a visual portrayal of her spiritual journey as the intention is to invites viewers to a travel to a place of peace and intimacy. USA, Michigan

Jutta Legien-Vaya


Jutta Legien-Vaya’s paintings are inspired by music. Having learned that joy and love, pain and despair, birth and death are Universal, dark present at times to open people’s eyes towards universal topics to help them see the bigger picture where art aims a discovery of the oneself for triumph, overcome difficulties and to attain emotional freedom. Jutta’s colours contain life with extensive experience of; BSc in Pharmacy, MA in English Literature and Linguistics and Physical Education, violinist in various orchestras and ensembles. Her artwork motivates viewers to overcome the restricted national thinking and gives hope. Greece.

Katayoon Firouzi

Texas, US

Kayatoon Firouzi is a contemporary artist, painter, poet and photographer. She has a Bachelor degree in Industrial design and studied Graphic design. Light and color are elements main of her paintings where she takes a challenge of destroying something beautiful to create something “daring”. Thus, her work is the cycle of trusting, destroying, reconstructing and creating a dialogue between the viewer and her unknown side. Nature is Kayatoon’s source of inspiration and a place where finds the element of invisibility. Where viewers sense the language of the heart and not of the mind “. She had solo and group exhibitions abroad. Texas. US

Maya Fares


Maya Fares is a contemporary artist. Her style moves around Contemporary Expressionism as she subjectively expresses strong feelings in a free style using cool colors in strong strokes. She is aware of a hedonistic society were the consumer is a king. Maya’s artwork reflects her surrounding and day to day life and expressed on Canvas. Conveying Maya’s artistic vision is clearly from material life which is an individual struggle portrayed in her unique artistic language. Lebanon.

Mine Akin


Mine Akin is a sculptor, trained in Mimar Sinan Academy of Fine Arts. She received a scholarship from the Austrian Government to participate in the Internationale Sommerakademie Für Bildende Kunst.  Mine creates her works by harmonizing the ever-changing relationship between emptiness and mass. Her works mainly draw inspiration from the endless forms of women. I believe that this magical path of creation becomes timeless and ready to be passed on to the next generation when I form them into their final shape in bronze.”  She states.  Her sculptures are created from bronze yet, carry lively movement and feelings that attracted viewers. Her works have been exhibited in collections both Europe and Turkey and received serious attention from collectors and admirers. Turkey

Mitzifiri Stavroula


Mitzifiri Stavroula (MiSt) is a passionate painter and a graphic designer. Her artwork express a philosophical approach. She observes and expresses the mechanisms of human perception and the sacret truth that lies within us. Mist cares to communicate the sacret symbolisms with semantic shapes from the ancient Greek tradition and uses the “Theory of Forms and Ideas” of Plato, trying to connect our humanitarian spirit to our very existence. Her work shakes off the shackles of materialism; infiltrate hidden areas, while trying to seize the moment of an emotional world of energy. A world that runs alongside the actual flow of time. The world of ideas and spiritual liberty believing that our existence is superior while we are one and a channel to the ultimate spirit. Greece

Nacci Guglielmo Alberto


Nacci Guglielmo Alberto’s Art is a path toward the Truth where manifests itself in the means of this manifesting there is BEAUTY. That is why artists should be inherently concerned about Beauty as beauty does have objective standers, the key of which is the golden means. Artists do not create Art for Art exists only in the Perfection of Nature. Art is Beauty, the secret matrix of Beauty and we do not create Beauty. In the presence of Beauty, we can merely be spectators. The uncanny ability of an artist is that to submerge into fully and to wander at ease. That is the only realm where it is possible to elicit, without understanding, the secrets of that matrix which generates Beauty. What we call art is the clear and absolute original language through which the artist expresses his/her own sense of Beauty. Italy.

Tadas Zaicikas


Tadas Zaicikas is a versatile artist, obtained a master degree from Kaunas Technology University. The intensely personal introspective journey of life, from the ever-changing complexities of love, loss, birth and death have inspired him. Most of his oeuvre focuses on abstract art while enjoys impressionism. He applies various styles and techniques to combines spiritual and physical subjects on canvas. He continuously adds and subtracts an instinctive dance between the conscious/unconscious until the emotion is expressed. With palette knife, bursts of primarily oils and encaustics color, he creates a world of imagination and reality to evoke viewers. His work in private and corporate collections worldwide. France

Denise Vieira


Denise Vieira is a self-taught mosaic artist who pursued her passion in 2009 after attending a workshop. Her style is inspired by figurative photography, its light and dark effects, its perspective, as well as the “candid” effect. Denise has the ability of conveying the expressions of the emotional, physical, mental and spiritual innate of human forms where her creative vision unfolds. A photograph becomes a drawing where lines and curves are filled with vibrant colors and often disregards the natural color of the object. Rather, piece by piece, Denise hand cuts and shapes stained glass, organizes them with careful consideration of color, contrast and composition. An expression of the human spirit unfolds in each mosaic that profoundly evokes viewers and collectors. Having worked as a dental hygienist and creating such outstanding artwork with mosaic and stained glass, grout and epoxy on Kerdy board, Denise has a genuine talent. Canada

Ton Kalishoek


Ton Kalishoek is a driven and versatile sculptor and designer. He has an aversion to the tendency to see people as objects. Their authentic, characteristic and emotional features hardly seem to matter anymore. His work displays anonymous, featureless people in an emotionally charged situation to sparks one’s interest in questioning who those people are, what drives them? and what are they dealing with? Ton uses modern materials which are applied in interior design and furniture design. “It is not the people that display emotions, but it is the surroundings and the context in which I place them that evoke feelings.” Ton states. Netherlands

Ron Hallam


Ron Hallam is a professional photographer who is passionate about the Canadian landscapes and the Rockies through hiking and skiing. He has a studio, “Gita Landscape Photography” based in Banff, Alberta and Banff National Park a World Heritage Site. His mesmerizing photos capture the instant magic of nature expressing not only his love for it but also his depth and unique sense of exquisiteness, intricate details and of profound intelligent designer, the God who created this natural world, so is Ron’s believes. His work is well distributed across Canada where viewers as well collectors are drawn intimately to each of his photo and feel part of as if were there to enjoy the wonders beauty of Canada. Ron has received Silver Award mention from, and 2 category winners from the Calgary Stampede. His work has been sold on line and from the local shows. He donates pieces every year to CAUSE Canada, for the Fund-Raising Auction. Canada

Nicholas Viviani


Nicholas Viviani is a professional artist and a photographer. He has been working on “Alone” and “Back to Colour”, two personal projects in which He focuses on and highlight the loneliness of the individual in the contemporary world leaving each image open to an infinite amount of interpretations. His aim is to let spectators identify themselves in the Traveller to share the beauty and torment of the world which becomes the theatre of reality. Each picture is the result of months of hard work which is available in limited edition prints with a personal handwritten certificate. He only uses made in Germany papers, inks and pigments and his prints are sold as far as US. Italy.

Sanghamitra Basu


Sanghamitra Basu has been painting since her childhood and exhibited aboard. She was an international children art awardee from Japan, Mexico and Russia, also received the prestigious President’s medal in India. As mostly self-taught artist, Sanghamitra considers herself to be a wanderer on an interesting journey of discovery and contemplation. Paintings impart an expression to her thoughts, emotions, passion. For her, painting is to show a bit of her soul and a way of connecting with her inner self. Netherlands

Shilpa Viswanathan Iyer


Shilpa Viswanathan Iyer is a contemporary artist working with different medias and has exhibited in numerous juried exhibitions. She studied to be a Commercial Artist from the Raheja School of Arts in Mumbai and worked in the Advertising Industry as a Senior Art Director – Hindustan Thompson Associates, Mumbai- India. Shilpa firmly believes that “A solitary fantasy can transform a million realities”. She draws her inspiration from regular practice of deep meditation and has developed a distinctive style – SCULPAINTING, a Unique blend of sculpture and paintings. She sculpts wooden tree trunk slice and fills in the cavities with layers of colours and resin and highlights elements of nature with vivid fluid colours. Shilpa won Prestigious Juror’s Choice Award for painting “Spirit Lives On” in SG50 Art Competition in Singapore and her work titled Totka was chosen to be part of the prestigious NAFA CLE exhibition 2018. Singapore.

Sonja Callaghen


Sonja Callaghen is a landscape photographer with a degree in Biology and kinesiology at SFU. Teaching classical piano, painting and designing Quilt, has enriched her passion for photography. Sonja views her photography as a meditative practice in honouring the beauty of nature and witness fleeting moments. Employing a delicate hand in editing photographs, she works in monochrome to highlights the energy and a message of the moment. Her Quilt’s designs were published in several books and Magazines and exhibited in various Art shows in Canada, US and in the international Quilt Market. Canada.

Barbara BilderKunst


Barbara Walder is fascinated by nature since childhood which clearly reflected in her paintings striving to find answers about light and colors in nature and their relationship to man. Working with chalk and gouache, she adds special emphasis on naturalness, authenticity and originality which is important part of her existence. The brief moment of “now-ness” the transition from night to day and day to night fascinates her with its peculiar color, a moment of indecision in which its perfect beauty unfolds.” Liechtenstein.

André Wild (Akor)


André Wild (Akor) is a German autodidactic artist/painter, lives and works in France. His artwork is the expression of a new painting movement called Pranacubism. It is conceived to combine and synthesize the aesthetic influences of abstract, impressionist, symbolist and surrealist painting, to reestablish the partly lost social and spiritual dimension in contemporary art and to illustrate the building blocks of reality held in mutual exchange and transformation by the flow of vital energy under the guidance of cosmic consciousness and universal light. France

Astrid Baenziger

Astrid Baenziger is a poetic artist started with comic’s drawing and advanced them to an intensive examination of various techniques of acrylic painting and collage technique. Her paintings and collages are done in part with figurative motifs, in part abstract works of art. Viewers can discover exploding flower gardens, nostalgic clotheslines, pictures inscribed with poems or even comics that win your heart. Astrid has exhibited her unique artwork nationally and internationally and won notable Awards such as Art Prize Colosseo, Shakespeare and nomination for Palm Art Award. No wonder as her artwork represents images designed through colors and their symbols to mesmerize happiness, devotion and joy of life. Switzerland.

Jane Chepel and Francesca di Fiore

Czech Republic

The creative duo of Jane Chepel and Francesca di Fiore was organized several years ago. It combines the artist-watercolorist and designer of knitwear. Jane Chepel has exhibited internationally and in solo Exhibitions & Art Fair. Francesca di Fiore carries out an ingenious examination of knitwear and explores their possibilities. She creates the art and fashion objects from adorable and precious materials such as cashmere, mohair, silk, pearls, gems and minerals. Jane and Francesca are united by a passionate love for the nature and culture of the Mediterranean. They are inspired by the divine beauty and perfection of color transitions and the exquisite texture of the “living” surfaces created by Nature. Czech Republic.

Jacob Surland


Jacob Surland is an enthusiastic Fine Art Photographer, whose path in life is to be a photographic adventurer, exploring all that is possible to do with a photograph and turn it to a rare piece of fine art. He often uses HDR as tool on this journey. No post-processing techniques are sacred, when it comes to creating a magical image. Taking a photograph is only the first step of the ultimate work, breathing the many digital processes, Jacob creates the eye-catching compositions with the undeniable elegant touches that make his artwork one of a kind. His artwork is becoming worldwide distributed in the hands of happy collectors. Denmark.

Alex Cassels


Alex Cassels’s experience combines animation, having worked on TV &Film productions largely for children TV in UK while carried out various photographic commissions for hotel and travel companies in between. In recent years, the soulful photographic work has taken over and enabled Alex to travel and follow his passion producing landscapes of the natural world, inspired by trips to the western United States. Following a move to France recently, he has broadened his range of subject matter to include portraits, architectural design, cityscapes and street scenes, particularly of Paris. A collection of limited edition prints is currently available upon requests. France.

Edwin Biesheuvel


Edwin Biesheuvel is a multi-talented artist creating paintings and exceptional glass design. He has gotten fame being the founder of ‘Trance-art’ since 1991. ‘Trance-art’ is a movement within the abstract art where he is representing the energetic rhythms of Trance’ house music by painting i.a. flowing organic shapes. He studied the possibilities shaping of glass and the different complicated technics such as glass fusing, casting glass, glassblowing and pâte de Verre and he discovered the formula of the golden ratio. His glass objects are known for their color contrasts, fascinating patterns and harmonious lines. His glass “Core (turquoise)” was selected by the American Corning Museum of Glass as one of the best 100 glass art objects made in 1998. Netherlands

Boucard Sophie


Boucard Sophie (Grace) is a multi-talented and self-taught contemporary visual artist and sculptor. She started her artwork at early age, became a winner of some competitions and won a Prize in 2014. She uses the technique of inclusion with gold leaves in 23,52 carats as well the lacquering and affixing of gold leaves. Boucard Sophie started her Collection Ladies in 2016 and each piece requires many months to be completed and has a white lacquered case with silk interior. She is inspired by the “Haute couture” and highlights femininity in all its splendor where viewers can sense the elegance and grace denoted in her Artwork. Her work is found in private collections. France.

Kristen Cauble-Morse

USA / Virginia

Kristen Cauble-Morse is a fine artist influenced by her passion for architectural elements, landscapes, and natural environments. Her artistic nature was developed at an early age and matured to unique explorations of her creativity through numerous mediums and rendered in distinctive brush strokes attracting views and collectors recognizing her style with layers of bold and vibrant color as a reflection of her personality. Kristen’s most recent works carry you thru her European journey as if you were there to enjoy. USA

Laurent Pheulpin


Laurent Pheulpin is a fine art photographer whos passion for photography emerged 15 years ago. After a brief stint in landscape, he discovered the limitless possibilities in his studio. As a former chemist, he still questioning if light is made of waves or particles, while enjoying the discovery by orientating the flashes wherever his imagination leads him. Laurent believes that Light can express deep sadness because of its absence or dissolve the subject which will only be defined by its accessories. Laurent’s passion led him to be a recipient of the Award “Artist of the Year 2011”, Kunstspektrum and has been exhibiting abroad.  Switzerland.

Astra Srivastava


Astra Srivastavais a self-taught artist.  Since age of 17, she has exhibited in numerous local and national exhibitions in groups and solo. Her expressive paintings are spiritual and thought provoking, woven together with thread of happiness, rich imagination and inner reflections. She is known with turning a meaningful story to extraordinary piece of art with bold yet, sensible brush strokes and lively colors! Through the medium of oil on canvas, she transcends viewers through the human passion of love and life. India.

Christian Fierro


Christian Fierro is a Chilean Architect with a deep interest in arts. His passion in computers and fractals led him to explore the available tools out there, so to explore the endless possibilities and almost infinite variations of computer-generated abstract expressions. He creates graceful and thought provoking pieces of art with creative compositions that capture viewer’s hearts. Christian defines himself as a self-taught digital artist that came into this form of art as a personal search for a creative escape. Chile.

Dagmar Colen


Dagmar Colen is a professional ad passionate photorealism artist specialist in portraits using pastel as her medium. She is capable of capturing the soul of each character whether human or animal portrait and whether painting them in black and white or in colors. Being self-taught, Dagmar takes pride and feels content when seeing her final creation of work comes to life and receive many admirations and great compliments. Her artwork is found in private collections. Netherlands.

Geoffrey Greslin


Geoffrey Greslin is a street black and white photographer. He has been street photographing for number of years driven by his passion and looking for subjects that touches him as well will reach viewers hearts. His keen observation for little objects that speak to him, become poetic photos, telling stories in each without words. France

Heidi Fosli


Heidi Fosli is a multiaward-winning painter in oil. She has been called a” Daughter of Ibsen and Munch” by Italian author and art critic Costanzo Costantini. Her education was done at the Academy of Art, San Francisco. She has exhibited in juried exhibitions worldwide from China to New York and is represented in 3 permanent museum’s collections in Italy, USA and Denmark. Central to Fosli’s art are depersonalized human representations and torsos, and impressionistic style inspired by C. Monet. Fosli makes extensive use of symbolism inspired by E. Munch, and conveys the wonder of our existence expressed in her art, as well as highlights an imbalance in our society in a global perspective. Norway

Gérard Boukhezer


Gérard Boukhezer is a fine artist was born September 12, 1949 in Paris with a brush in his hand. His childhood was enriched by the frequent visits to the Louvre Museum which have triggered his talent and influenced his artistic life and career today. Gerard has been practicing his art for 12 years in his studio which was established 1992. Since then, he has devoted himself to painting subjects of the Maghreb. France.

Isabelle Malo


Isabelle Malo’s art is significantly influenced by nature and is recognized by the dominance of blue. The combined experience had worked in industrial designs, animation and science has contributed to the depth of her artwork and made it one of a kind. Upon viewing her paintings, one could sense the unique creativity in the process that is driven from the heart as she is capable of developing a tasteful body of artwork. Canada

Hilary Burnett-Cooper


Hilary Burnett-Cooper is a British fine artist who has been painting and exhibiting her artwork from an early age and is now a professional artist. Having initially studied Graphic Design at Jacob Kramer Art College in Leeds she is fundamentally self-taught artist. However, Hilary reached recognizable success and won numerous Awards. Some of them; Runner up in the Bockingford Millennium Competition, Winner of the British Watercolour Societies Rexel prize, Winner of the British Watercolour Societies Thames and Hudson prize, Runner up in the Art in Nature competition hosted by Artist’s & Illustrator’s magazine, Winner of the Daler-Rowney award at Patchings Art Centre Winner of The Clairefontaine Award She paints in all mediums, specialising primarily in oil and acrylic landscapes. Her current love of all things Venetian has inspired a collection of works depicting scenes of scenes of Venice. Her paintings and unique brush strokes have attracted viewers and became her happy collectors. UK.

Karen Vesterager


Karen Vesterager explores the extraordinary in the ordinary through her enchanting photographs. Her unique photographic eye, sees what other people may miss out. A large part of Karen’s artistic approach is her dialog with the captured photographs in the post processing of each photo. She passionately bends reality to the final results to creates uniqueness in each piece of art. She often mixes several photographs to achieve the right atmosphere and attractiveness in her artwork. She has exhibited at Scandinavias largest Art Fair “Art Nordic” in 2016 and 2017 as well in “Women and Art” 2016. Karen’s art is ever growing with number of admirers and collectors and has won the competition of “Greetings from Roskilde” in 2016. Denmark.

Kim Youdan


Kim Youdan has a degree in photography and digital imaging. She has developed her mixed media technique using photography as the foundation for her work. As a nomadic artist, Kim brings together her passions of art, photography and travel to help people celebrate culture. Her approachable and colourful creations instill viewers with feelings of nostalgia through fond memories or generates wanderlust for future endeavours. Kim’s unique observation of surroundings captured in her artwork attracts collectors and art lovers. UK.

Lyra Grace Brayshaw


Lyra Grace Brayshaw holds interesting mixture of background that contributed to her unique style. She worked in U.S. Army with Filipino background yet, was born in Japan and currently based in Virginia, USA. Travelling around the world has also added special touch in her artwork and displayed in several exhibits, fundraiser auctions and magazine covers. Her abstract paintings are found in private collections around the world. Lyra her artistic journey started in 2014 when her oldest son handed her a paintbrush and said, “Mama paint.”  This simple gesture has awakened the artist from within and more so after she lost her other son in a tragic accident in the same year. Painting became her way of coping with all the challenging grief and emotions! Her work is inspired by the miracle of life and the reality of death and art became a savior to release her emotional rollercoaster of grief and happiness while battling against the indifference of humans in hopes of offering to view the world by provoking a feeling or memory through a painting. USA

Mireille Meurs (Came2Leon)


Mireille Meurs’s (Came2Leon) theme is nature and life (“choose life” is her concept) where she sees the connection and adores nature and life. Therefore, nature has great influence on the creation of her artwork where viewers are free to see multiples things and discover new elements. Mireille digitally transforms the pictures into new images, which hold beauty by its first appearance. In addition, the transformations deliver images that keep fascinating, and that are to be discovered by the viewer. The epoxy resin layer provides the picture with a glossy surface which re-enforces the colours, adds charisma and ensures durability. Belgium

Maddalena Korda


Maddalena Korda’s portraits known with high sensitivity using Graffiti on gold and porcelain represents artistic expression and delicate balance with the abilities of materials used and won second prize at “Convention d’Azur. Italy

Magda Hanna


Magda Hanna is a self-taught fine artist for many years and recipient of numerous Awards. Magda’s environmentally friendly artwork is done without Paint or Brush and her medium is only Flora; flowers, leaves, sprigs as well as powdered minerals. Magda is interested in human subjects and has been fascinated by the human face especially the eyes with their wide range of expressions and emotions. Her artwork transforms the profound feeling of each piece to viewers and instantly captives their emotions to immediately become her collectors. Magda is well recognized in her region and is a signatory member of the Society of Canadian Artists. Canada

Marie-Claude Moise


Marie-Claude Moise is proclaimed as the legendary, in certain circles of art collectors, an uninhibited bold colorist and pitting boldness against boldness. Marie-Claude is known for her uncanny ability to transform a simple taste of life into a kaleidoscope of possibilities, which takes the viewer from a sideline witness, unto an in-depth subjective experience. Her body of artwork is indeed a thought provoking and mostly treated with earthly colors which adds unique depth and outstanding charisma. USA

Randi Grace Nilsberg


Randi Grace Nilsberg is a fine art photographer who likes to experiment different techniques and styles from soft and subtle colors to the brightness of the entire rainbow. Everything she does starts with a photo of something that caught her eye through its light and shadows, textures and colors. The digital textures she creates is unique and add one of a kind characteristic in her artwork that often intensify the beauty of each piece. Randi has many collectors who were captivated by her art. Norway

Quique Salgado


Quique Salgado is a self-taught painter for 27 years with knowledge of the contemplation and study of great painters such as Antonio López and Richard Estes. Quique has always focused on pure realism and hyperrealism and currently investigating abstraction and textures.
His art has followed an intimate line enjoying, at the same time as doing other work of a professional nature. He has exhibited in Museum of the Trompe L’Oeil in Bordeaux, Sala “Aires de Córdoba” or Palace of Congresses and Exhibitions of Madrid. He loves to paint continually and share his art locally and internationally. Spain

Ueli Kuehni


Ueli Kuehni (Kühni) is a professional textile designer, interior architect and artist who paints photorealistic in large format with acrylic and watercolour. His paintings are telling stories about everyday banalities and predictabilities. From his collection of photographs, sketches and drawings during traveling around the world which are source of inspiration. He studied the art of Tiefdruck (copper plate engraving) under Roger Briner in Bern and architectural in Art School of Bern. .2016, Ueli was a winner of an art scholarship that brought him to Cairo for 6 month. He has exhibited his artwork in solos and group exhibitions in Switzerland and abroad. He runs his one artist’s studio in Switzerland.