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Artists

At NFA Space, we are proud to be the custodians of a thriving community that encompasses more than 1,800+ artists from 79 different countries, each of whom brings their own special flavor and cultural depth to our platform. Our eclectic mix of artists brings to life the vibrant art scene of India, the rich narrative canvases of Tanzania, the fiery expression of Spain, the combination of classical grace and modern boldness of Italy, the meticulous innovations of Germany and the stylish avant-garde art of France, among others. This global mosaic of talents is based on our shared vision of merging the timeless beauty of traditional art with the pioneering field of fine art NFT. At the same time, we strive not only to preserve the spirit of classical art, but also to rethink its scope and influence in the modern digital age. Our artists are at the forefront of this exciting evolution, seamlessly translating their tangible creations into the realm of digital wonders called NFT. Each member of our artistic family plays a key role in curating dynamic, ever-growing collections of fine art, providing collectors and art connoisseurs with an unprecedented chance to immerse themselves in the world's cultural heritage and claim their rights to it. Our gallery symbolizes the endless horizons that open up when traditional art is combined with digital ingenuity. Embark on a journey of discovery and inspiration with us at NFA Space. Here, novice collectors are invited to take the first tentative steps into the fascinating world of art, and collectors with rich experience are invited to plunge deeper into the world of art, where each artwork is not just a deal, but a significant connection with the rich world heritage. Embrace the opportunity to be part of a movement that celebrates cultural diversity and innovation, securing your own slice of history through the transformative power of Fine Art NFTs.

Karl Russel Matas

Karl Russel Matas

Philippines

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I love to paint local landscapes and in my works I strive to convey the culture of my island of Siquijor
Acacio Viegas

Acacio Viegas

Portugal

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Through my art I strive to access precise and abstract geometric resonance, awakening the viewer's consciousness and creating a change in perspective or meaning of our existence and relationship with the world
Ana-maria Panaitescu

Ana-maria Panaitescu

Romania

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My intention is to use just a few elements and see how much I can convey to the people watching, in the assemblage and in the painting. A kind of “less is more”
Constantin Severin

Constantin Severin

Romania

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Visual artist&writer, theorist and founder of a new awarded art concept/movement, the archetypal expressionism
Miguel Barragan

Miguel Barragan

Mexico

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I think if everyone had the opportunity to do what they enjoy most, our world would be a little better
Mauricio Jose Yauri

Mauricio Jose Yauri

Ecuador

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If this contributes to Art in some way that is better because I do it with all my heart and with all enthusiasm
Hossna Hanafy

Hossna Hanafy

Egypt

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My work is a visual product based on my personal experiences, inspired by poetry and literature. I usually plan my painting in advance, and as I work it develops, sometimes not even in the way I originally saw it
Lyubov Bereziy

Lyubov Bereziy

Ukraine

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In my works I convey an emotional state. I am mastering the style of folk painting and combining it with contemporary art, passing on its beauty to a new generation
Michele Di Costanzo

Michele Di Costanzo

Italy

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I love to tell stories through my paintings by entering a border between the abstract and real worlds
Alessandro Andreuccetti

Alessandro Andreuccetti

Italy

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The magical moment when objects reveal themselves and then translate everything into the language of painting
Francesca Tesoriere

Francesca Tesoriere

Italy

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I like working more freely and painting as an artist makes me feel the work more mine!
Alan Lacke

Alan Lacke

Cuba

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In my work there is always a search for the main thing, the spirit of things, what is behind the surface, what is visible. I try to lead the viewer to silent contemplation, which conveys to him an almost mystical feeling of seeing the world
Michael Robert Mahalak

Michael Robert Mahalak

United States of America

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My work is currently exhibited and available at the Boulder City Art Gallery, City Lights Gallery and the Las Vegas Artists Guild
Anna Theodorakis

Anna Theodorakis

Greece

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I draw and draw automatically, which means I don't know what will appear when I start drawing
Nathan Fomme David

Nathan Fomme David

Nigeria

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My work is mainly surrealism using aliens as subjects, which presents humans as aliens
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