Collector Favorites: Bestselling Artists of February
Ever wondered what other people are buying for their personal art collections? Though your tastes may differ, seeing what others are purchasing can help you discover new artists whose works you might not otherwise have considered. Below, meet 5 artists who have proven to be popular favorites with our collectors.
Heurlier Cimolai Frėdėric
French artist Heurlier Cimolai Frėdėric combines elementary form and color to create bold, minimalist compositions. Having exhibited extensively in France, Frėdėric’s works have shown at Gallery Amélie with Zeuxis in London & Paris, Salon des réalités Nouvelles, and Galerie Brigitte Capy, among others. See more of Frėdėric’s works here.
Romanian artist Edith Torony describes her artistic practice as a reconstruction of the world, using contradicting and isolated elements in surreal environments. After receiving a Masters degree from West University of Timisoara, Torony was rewarded the Calpe Gallery Award and First Prize in Painting at the International Biennale Meeting Point, Arad in 2017. She has exhibited in numerous solo and group shows, including exhibitions at Pygmalion Gallery and Senso Gallery. See more works by Edith here.
Residing in Berlin, photographer Reinhard Görner centers his practice around the capture of mesmerizing architectural scenes. Having studied in Munich and Berlin, Görner found inspiration in city culture – particularly Berlin’s small shops, restaurants and cafes. His works successfully communicates a rich historical narrative, as told by the unique way he frames the architecture of a particular space. See more works by Görner here.
Spanish artist Ana Beltrá graduated with a degree in Fine Arts from the University of Barcelona, specializing in painting and graphic printing. Her works often depict floral and human forms, and are heavily influenced by her background in graphics — evidenced by her use of repetitive shape and a command of color. She has exhibited her works in cities across Spain and Italy, and has won several awards and scholarships for her work, such as the Biennale of Teror, Placido Fleitas and the Fundacion Joan Miro scholarship. See more of her works here.
Carl Payne is a UK-based sculptor who has honed his craft studying at the Burslem School of Art, the Henry Doulton School of Sculpture, and Stafford College. His depictions of the human figure are largely inspired by mythology, history, religion, music. Payne’s works are held in collections worldwide, including works commissioned for private individuals in the sporting and commerce industries. See more of Payne’s works here.
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