Courtesy of TONY ABEYTA, Navajo
SELECTED ARTISTS FOR OUR FUTURE EXHIBITIONS
Philippe Charles Jacquet was born in Paris in 1957 and was trained as an architect at the Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Arts Décoratifs. After pursuing a career in architecture, he decided to dedicate himself solely to painting and has been doing so for ten years.
Jacquet is entirely self-taught and his painting technique undoubtedly sets him apart from other artists. He currently lives and works in Pantin, a suburb north of Paris, where he runs an exhibition hall. We selected Jacquet for his phenomenal and poetic work. His artwork represents astonishing dreams, mysteries, and almost supernatural beauty.
Nikolay Ovchinnikov was born in 1952 in Gomel’s region, Belarus. He graduated from the Vitebsk Art Institute (art and graphic faculty), where he studied under F. Gumen and I. Stolyarov.
Nikolay’s preferred media is water color.
His paintings represent his inner world, enriched by his philosophical and spiritual outlook. His artwork is an expressive, spontaneous delight that attracts the viewer with its internal light and freshness.
Photo Courtesy by Katerina Sushko
Jacek Yerka is a polish artist with his own path and originality. In Poland, he is one of the most interesting and creative artists/thinkers of our time.
His paintings are beautiful tales with philosophical depth and moral complexity. His art magnetizes and exuberantly takes the attention of everyone, from children to adults and from simple people to the highly intelligent. In his work, Jacek Yerka makes a distinguished contribution to the growing body of social and environmental challenges of our time. The fragile balances of culture, nature, and human civilization are constant themes throughout his work. His artistic language is powerful, intriguing, and unique.