oil on board

Girls with hearts on a sleeve

Nom Kinnear-King is a young British painter focused on female imagery, as projections of her passion for literature, travelling, folklore. Some of her works are results of special encounters; others are inspired by theatre, circus, and Balkan music, films of Jean Pierre Jeunet or famous artists like Toulouse Lautrec, Marc Chagall and Frieda Kahlo.

Nom Kinnear-King, Cafe RoseNom Kinnear-King, Cafe Rose

Forceful feminine visions

I am very fond of surrealistic art, as a form of expressing pure, genuine emotions. That is probably why these otherworldly girls, painted by Lori Earley, gained my full interest. Born and raised in New York, Lori studied at School of Visual Arts from NY City and from 2004 began exhibiting her works all over USA and in Europe.

Lori Earley, Ms VLori Earley, Ms V

Jeremy Geddes painted phobias

"I'm not interested in giving a didactic final meaning" to his works, says artist Jeremy Geddes (his website here) in an interview for Sprayblog. "I just want to spark questions in the viewer".

The White CosmonautThe White Cosmonaut

Did he managed to spark questions in our mind? He sure did with his paintings painted in a realistic manner and portraying flying red or white cosmonauts, grotesques masques, phobias, nightmarish scenes and subconscious monsters.

Zai Kuang's misterious universe

Zai Kuang has a main interest in painting children. His works of art, created with oil on board, canvas or linen, are most of them orientated on these characters because of a simple motive.

Zai Kuang, Sarah and the dollZai Kuang, Sarah and the doll