Hot new artists

Hot new artists
Hot new artists that will soon become world renowned! Read about new inspiring paintings by young aspiring artists that will soon take over our hearts and captivate our minds.
Amsterdam View Opus 1701 - Geert Lemmers

Hailing from the Netherlands, talented contemporary artist Geert Lemmers combines traditional painting techniques with photo collage to create a range of diverse and interesting images. By balancing smooth expanses of color with finely detailed photos and textured paint, he achieves a harmonious and eye-catching aesthetic. His minimalist geometric compositions, abstract expressionist paintings, and photo-collage elements are sure to provide something for everyone.

This month the online artist marketplace and community at ArtistBe.com has selected Romanian artist Maria Karlyos as their featured talent. Karalyos paints in a raw and intuitive fashion, conveying emotion more than photorealistic detail. The well-chosen color combinations in each piece create an atmospheric and moody quality that really draw the viewer into the scene.
Ralph White Artist of the Month

ArtistBe.com, the online community and contemporary art marketplace, has selected abstract painter Ralph White as their featured artist for May 2016.

Berlin native Melanie Viola has been crowned ArtistBe.com's April Artist of the Month. Her unique vision, photographic talent, and continual experimentation make for bold and dynamic images. of some of the world's most beloved sights.

Digital artist Angel Estevez has been chosen as ArtistBe.com's Artist of the Month for March 2016. Preferring to create colorful and geometric abstractions, he also generates some incredibly surreal landscapes.

Representational artist Brenda Thour has been crowned ArtistBe.com's Artist of the Month for February 2016. Her charming images of the natural world warm the hearts of viewers internationally, bringing simple solace to art lovers everywhere.
Top 10 Contemporary 2015

Artist Become has released its Top 10 Contemporary Artists List for 2015. Argentinian expressionist Helena Wierzbicki nabs first place this year with “Doorway to the Heart”. Artist Become is an online artist community that showcases original art of both established and emerging artists around the world. A truly global collection of artists, the list brings together old favorites and new faces who saw success in 2015.
DANCING IN RED by Anthony Dunphy

A native of Newfoundland, Anthony Dunphy has a Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Education from Memorial University in Canada. Dunphy was born in Carbonear, grew up in the capital city of St. John’s and resides in Japan. Making the city of Numazu home, Dunphy now lives in Shizuoka prefecture at the base of Mount Fuji.Inspired by his father to become an artist, Dunphy has been working as a professional painter since 2006. Along with his father (who carved in soapstone, sketched, drew and used mixed media -- but never showed his art publicly), Dunphy also gained inspiration from the nostalgic Norman Rockwell covers of the Saturday Evening Post.Dunphy primarily paints in professional grade acrylics. This provides him with the perfect vehicle to create his vividly-hued works. He also occasionally uses graphite to create drawings. His art was first shown in the Grand Hall at Grand Central Station in New York City. Following this, Dunphy was featured in exhibitions at Toyota Motors Corporation as well as at local Japanese events.The artist captures seemingly everyday moments in light-drenched hues, bringing the images off of the canvas with pops of bold colors. His “Telling Sea Stories” depicts a seashore scene, showing...
INTERESTING BOOK by Roman Fedosenko

Hailing from Minsk, Belarus, Roman Fedosenko is an international artist who paints in both Impressionist and Realist styles. Starting his career in design, Fedosenko has also worked in castings and ceramics. He went on to work in different styles, exploring multiple genres of painting.The artist’s light-drenched works are bright, bold and often action-oriented. Fedosenko currently works in oils on canvas. Featured subjects include motorcycles, portraits, land and sea- scapes. The artist also captures the Impressionist style within a traditional-seeming subject matter, featuring flowing ballerinas moving on the stage. He mixes a realist edge with the texture-filled brushstrokes of the great Impressionist painters. Fedosenko’s works capture both an old-world and modern day feel together, while bringing warmth to the canvas through the subtle play of light and shadows.Working directly with clients and exhibiting in galleries has inspired Fedosenko’s art to grow and evolve. He chose to join the online artists’ community of ArtistBe.com in order to help the public learn about his work. While his work may resemble the Impressionist style of master painters, Fedosenko did not study his craft at art school. He is self-taught when it comes to painting, studying by himself.Fedosenko’s paintings don’t follow a singular theme,...
SHARKDOG by Elwira Pioro

Elwira Pioro was born and raised in Poland. She was creative from a young age, sketching in charcoals and painting in water colors, she used art as a way to escape from the reality of growing up in a communist country.As she grew into a young adult, Elwira spent time as a figure model and studio assistant for her aunt. Inspired by her aunt’s career as a fine artist, Pioro began painting seriously after her high school years.In 1996 the artist moved from Poland to the U.S. Soon after arriving in America she had a baby boy. At this stage in her life Elwira put art on the back-burner, spending her time providing for her son. She was later diagnosed with a brain aneurysm that changed her life in more than one way. The years that followed brought recovery from brain surgery and a renewed desire to create. This second chance at life pushed Elwira to go back to art full-time.Self-taught, Pioro found her artistic foundation while working in the studio of pop artist Tom Fedro. Her vision as an artist is to, "Leave viewers free to engage in my work on their own terms, rather than projecting my...