Max van Norden

Max van Norden

Max van Norden’s Red Light District Max van Norden is a Dutch author who published short stories about his experiences in the Red Light District of Amsterdam. His drawings are very naive and drawn from […]

Eric Stanton

Eric Stanton

The Heroines of Eric Stanton Eric Stanton made his illustrations in an era of large demonstrations and civil unrest. Eventually the American Civil Rights Act saw the light of day. A law that prohibits discrimination […]

Jeff Wack

Jeff Wack

Dreamlike beauties by Jeff Wack Jeff Wack: The timeless beauty of the female form inspires my work.
 Throughout the ages it has been a source of wonderment and intrigue for
 countless artists of all media. […]

Jean-Pierre Ceytaire

Jean-Pierre Ceytaire

Jean-Pierre Ceytaire Jean-Pierre Ceytaire (1946) grew up on the bottom of the hill Monmartre, Paris. His youth was not an easy one. Suffering from dysgraphia, dyslexia and a selective memory combined with an extensive imagination; […]

Michael Breyette

Michael Breyette

Michael Breyette Michael enjoys using gray-tone pastels for most of his works, as he feels it gives them an almost photo-realistic look. But whatever the media, his main passion is drawing gorgeous men. For more […]

Dean Cameron

Dean Cameron

The Adventures of Tony Hawks Dean Cameron:  I love the physical act of creation. Color, form, light, texture and material are infinitely exciting to me. Whether it’s the shimmer of a bead-encrusted evening gown, or […]

David Zalben

David Zalben

David Zalben David’s family moved often when he was young, making it hard to make friends, so he passed the time impersonating his favorite comedians and making pencil drawings of celebrity faces as Al Pacino […]

Sophi Weltman

Carolyn Weltman

Carolyn Weltman Carolyn Weltman: My perspective begins poetically with me alone. It extends out to the mood of my models, then to my drawing, my painting and ultimately to the living spaces of my patrons. […]