John Baeder is best known for his popular paintings of roadside diners. Read More

Doug Bloodworth enjoys evoking the viewer’s nostalgic feelings of one’s childhood, be that in comic books, games we played, or our comfort foods. Read More

Maria Bailey in the New York Daily News: ”These astonishing images may look like photographs, but it’s not always black and white when it comes to the work of Paul Cadden.”

Pedro Campos is an incredible hyperrealist painter from Madrid, Spain. Read More

“My paintings are about staging an alternate reality, the illusion of verisimilitude on the painted surface, filtered so that it expresses my unique vision. Read More

“When I was 15 or so, I came across David Hockney’s painting of pools. I love pools. Read More

The photorealist oil paintings of Audrey Flack are a part of the permanent collections of most famous New York City Museums: The Museum of Modern Art, The Guggenheim Museum, The Whitney Museum and The Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Duane Hanson pioneered the field of photorealist sculpture. His Security Guard is probably the most iconic photorealist sculpture of the 20th Century.

Jim Jackson began to realize his potential when drawing on his school desk in the first grade. Read More

Kamalky Laureano is an artist who hails from Mexico City. He creates stunningly realistic images using acrylics as his preferred medium.

Aloha! Simon Miss is the Hawaii man. In fact, there are rumors that Simon has never stepped foot off the Hawaiian islands. Read More

Lisa Ober, a native of the St. Louis area is a representational artist best known for her pastel and oil portraits of children and adults. Read More

“My work explores the relationship between the two-dimensional politics of the printed page and the multimedia promise of future-enhanced life experiences. Read More

Mark is known for painting objects that people can identify and emotionally connect with. Read More

Born into a military family in Austin, Texas, Ralph Steams began life moving. Read More