About Our Artists
“If you don’t need it like air, it is not art. “ – Julia Anna Gospodarou
Julia is an architect, fine art photographer, author and educator living in Athens, Greece and working worldwide, who is using the technique of photography to create what she calls (en)Visionography, defined as a new form of art born from the re-interpretation of the world through the vision of the artist, that transcends reality so it can re-create it through emotion. (en)Visionography is the materialization of the artist’s soul in an... Read More
“I am always fascinated by the promise of photography to fulfill something in me and to offer balance in my life. I have become lost and found in its pursuits.”
John Kosmopoulos is a multiple international award-winning photographer who embodies a new school or philosophy of photography known as “eclectic aesthetic fine art” (EAFA). He specializes in both black and white and “muted color metallics” fine art photography. His work has been published and featured in several interviews, magazines, books, promotions, galleries, film (“Greece... Read More
Gail Mancuso is a self-taught fine art photographer living in Chicago. She began her career on the opposite side of the camera, as a model. Surrounded by all forms of beauty in the fashion industry, her interest in art and photography thoughtfully emerged.
Focusing on architecture and design, as well as human forms in urban settings, Mancuso finds a natural focus within her environment to create multi-dimensional layered abstracts.
Her wide range of techniques culminates in a composition that is abstract, yet all at once recognizable. Her... Read More
Joel Tjintjelaar, who was originally a criminal lawyer by trade, is a B&W fine art artist, writer and educator from the Netherlands who believes that fine art photography entails the unique visualization and expression of the world through the artist’s eye that evokes an emotion with the viewer. This visualization of a personal and artistic view that evokes emotions is the interesting and fundamental part of fine-art, of any art. Seen from that perspective it is Joel’s belief that the further the artist moves away... Read More
David Yarrow has built an unrivalled reputation for capturing the beauty of the planet’s remote landscapes, cultures, and endangered animals. Born in Glasgow, Scotland in 1966, he is now an internationally acclaimed fine art photographer and Europe’s best selling wildlife photographer.
He is represented by some of the world’s leading galleries, with his prints selling for up to $60,000 and in America David has shown at the renowned Perot Museum in Dallas, at Rotella Gallery in New York and Bellevue, WA, and... Read More
There is a minimalist grandeur to a Michael Levin photograph that weds technical mastery with a more loose and lyrical expressiveness. So many sharply-detailed small moments that resonate as sturdy, spellbound and suggestive. Levin hews to the adventuring spirit of a 19th century journeyman photographer, an idealist carrying a second set of eyes who still sees the world for its evocative beauty and poetic allure. In telling an artistic story of the locations he finds, Levin shifts our perspective so that the lingering... Read More
“I feel that I was destined to be a storyteller through the photographic medium, and I don’t take that lightly.” – Art Wolfe
Over the course of his 30-year career, Art Wolfe has worked on every continent and in hundreds of locations. His stunning images interpret and record the world´s fast-disappearing wildlife, landscapes and native cultures and are recognized throughout the world for their mastery of color, composition and perspective.
Art has been honored many times for his contribution to the photographic arts. In 2013, the North... Read More
“We see the world in color, but all too often try to render it in black and white.” – Robert Rotella
Robert Rotella has a reverence and awe for the natural world. He has photographed landscapes all over the world, but after the arrival of his children, he began exploring macro photography closer to home. A self-taught photographer, his work is mainly influenced by Michelangelo, Georgia O’Keeffe and Art Wolfe.
He acquired his interest in photography early in his life from his father who would often take... Read More