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Painting is silent poetry, and poetry is painting that speaks. Simonides

Jonathan Viner (aka Jonathan Weiner)

Jonathan Viner (aka Jonathan Weiner)




Jonathan Viner was born in 1976 in New York, and was raised up and down the east coast of the United States. After receiving a BFA from the Rhode Island School of Design in 1998, he moved to New York City where he continues to live today.

Viner’s work draws upon a broad range of cultural influences that include a variety of Old Masters, contemporary American pop culture, and psychology. A significant theme in his work is the exploration of power relationships, particularly as they relate to safety and danger.

The subtle hues and rich value ranges of Viner’s skillfully crafted oil paintings help to create an atmosphere of palpable tension. While his subjects are carefully delineated, Viner’s work offers the viewer space for contemplation, introspection, and conversation.

Viner’s paintings and drawings are the subject of a 2006 monograph, “Tranquil Aftermath”, co-published by Jonathan LeVine Gallery and Murphy Design.
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Natalia Fabia

Natalia Fabia



















Natalia Fabia is of Polish descent and was raised in Southern California where she graduated from Art Center College of Design in Pasadena. Inspired by light, color, punk rock music, hot chicks and sparkles, Fabia is fascinated with “hookers”, which fuels her paintings of sultry women.

Her work has been featured in numerous gallery exhibitions including Thinkspace Gallery, M Modern and The Shooting Gallery. She has been featured in Angeleno, Juxtapoz, and New York Arts magazine as well as appearances on Miami Ink, Fox 11 News and Indie 103.1.


















Nom Kinnear King

Nom Kinnear King








''I studied Fine Art Print at Norwich School of Art and Design, I then moved to Brighton, then Melbourne and now London, exhibiting along the way as well as making commisioned illustrations. My art has always been focused on creating female characters, the world arround them and the narrative this creates.''

Nom Kinnear King






















2001 Btec Foundation Art and design
2004 BA Degree in fine art print and photo media









Adam Vinson



Born: 1978

2002-2005 -Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts

1999-2002 - The Anthony Waichulis Studio

1996-1998 - Commercial Art/Painting Illustration, Luzerne Co. Community College



































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