Audrey Kawasaki is a Los Angeles-based painter, known for her distinctive, erotically charged portrayals of young, adolescent women.
Kawasaki’s influences include eastern and western traditions such as Art Nouveauand Japanese Manga comics. Kawasaki’s work has been exhibited in galleries worldwide including Rome, New York, Los Angeles, Melbourne and Tokyo.
Ivan Hoo is an artist who was born and raised in Singapore. As a self taught artist, his style focuses more on photo-realism, portraiture and real life drawings.
He specializes in creating anamorphic pieces that trick the senses. He chose wood as a medium because of its texture and how it held color. He had always looked up to realist artists like Audrey Flack, Roberto Bernadi and Julian Beever... and now he is making his own mark.