Aaron Reed is an American artist who creates Fine Art photography that takes one to the other side of the world to observe the beauty of nature like being alone with it. This is the beauty which is hidden in familiar things like natural grace of plants, an infinite color palette of fabulous valleys, the force of waterfalls, or the finest rhythms in landscape scenery patterns and lines. It may seem that anyone can see that, but not everyone can capture it in it’s perfect appearance.
Brad Wilson is an American Fine Art photographer who has dedicated his art to the world of wild life. Nowadays Brad Wilson is the only photographer who creates portraits of wild animals with unrivaled craftsmanship and with such a detailed elaboration. Each portrait is issued in a limited edition that is the part of the “Affinity” series.
His work has been widely published around the world, appearing in articles and advertisements by Paris Match, Vanity Fair Italia, CNN, CBS News, World Wildlife Fund, Greenpeace, Audubon, Microsoft, Apple, and Sony. His first book, WildLife, was released by Prestel in October 2014. After more than a decade in New York City, Brad moved to New Mexico where he continues his photography surrounded by the beauty and tranquility of the southwestern deserts.
American sculptor, who's artworks unlike ordinary glass sculptures are not born on fire. Jack Storms uses cold processed dichroic glass to create them. It contains numerous ultrathin layers of various metals and their oxides. Such glass is like a gem. The master glues the polished pieces of dichroic glass with epoxy, and then creates a shell of crystal for them. It takes from 2 to 5 months to make one sculpture. Jack Storms artworks are sold at prices ranging from 5 to 500 thousand dollars. At the same time, the master does not have time to satisfy the demand of customers.
“I incorporate the Fibonacci sequence, or Fibonacci ratios into my work. The Fibonacci sequence is the golden ratio, it is everywhere in nature and it is reflected in art. A key task in my art is to combine straight lines which do not exist in nature with natural proportions, surrounding us everywhere. This approach makes my works non-technocratic, allowing people to interact with them” - Jack Storms.
Luis Alberto Quispe Aparicio follows a second-generation family tradition, begun by his father, in the creation of objets d'art.
An engineer by profession, he grew up surrounded by artwork, sculptures, gemstones and minerals from around the world. Artists, master carvers and jewelers continuously visited and worked at their family studio in Lima, Peru during his formative years. Having recently spent a year in Paris specializing in the study of luxury goods, he now travels the world to bring a revolution of designs to their studio. Inspired by life experiences and nature following various visits to Africa, he has produced a "Wildlife Collection". Equally new to his body of work are Racing Car models, hand-made to scale in gemstones and gold. All of his works merge sculpting techniques with those of jewelry fabrication, and it is their unusual design work that separates them from traditional carving from Europe.