– American Artist
Sue is a professional artist and has maintained a studio in Northern California since 1997. Averell’s work is in 100’s of collections in the US and abroad. Sue studied at the Art Center College of Design, Pasadena, CA
Averell’s thick textural style is both original and engaging.
‘My life is more than just good, it’s a dream come true. Growing up on the beautiful Southern California beaches I had a great childhood filled with sunny days, a wonderful family and great friends.
In 1999, after leasing a studio in San Francisco, my style began to take shape. Maybe it was the seclusion of the location, or not having to worry about spilling paint on the floor — whatever it was I began to find my muse. My style continues to evolve, and it is that evolution that inspires me to continue to grow and explore as an artist.’ Sue Averall
Michael Flatley (1958)
– American Artist
Michael Flatley (born July 16, 1958) is an American dancer, choreographer, artist and musician and is a native of the South Side of Chicago with an Irish family background.
In 1994 Michael changed the face of Irish dance forever with his breath-taking creation of Riverdance. He went on to create Lord of the Dance which debuted at the Point Theatre in Dublin in 1996. His name and Lord of the Dance brand have become synonymous with spectacular artistry and grand scale productions that have mesmerized audiences of over 50 million people around the globe.
Michael has entered into the world of American art with his innovative new art form where he portrays the fluid movement of dance on canvas. The result of the dance is a truly unique visual display. Michael’s artwork has generated sales in excess of £ 2 Million in the last 2 years.
The dancing sensation has also recently completed directing and starring in a full length spy thriller, due to be released in early 2019.
Carlos Bruscianelli (1980)
– Venezuelan Artist
Place of Residence: Miami Beach – USA.
Member of Oil Painters of America (OPA).
Member of Venezuelan Association of Plastic Artists (AVAP), National Section of the International Association of Art (IAA), an NGO officially associated with UNESCO and acting as an organ of consultation of this organization
Almost all my work is inspired by Contemporary Realism; Heavily influenced by classical realism and hyperrealism. My favorite technique is the oil on canvas, the genre that I practice most often is the Still Life, because of its infinite compositional and pictorial possibilities.
As for my paintings, it is common for me to use elements that go unnoticed, some marbles, a piece of Kraft paper, glass goblets, a Rubik’s cube, seemingly insignificant but chromatically interesting pieces of wood and metal with organic textures or created by the human being, who pose a challenge to be accurately represented for any painter.
Currently my work focuses on the main elements of the composition, accompanied by neutral backgrounds, with the aim of the viewer fix their eyes on these pieces. My goal, like that of every painter of the realist genre, is to follow the long road of technical perfection, this is certainly a utopian goal and may sound like something very pretentious, but, constantly improving in every aspect of life is not a Bad habit, although I have many defects, being conformist is not one of them. Carlos Bruscianelli