April 8th, 2009
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After numerous gallery shows in Los Angeles and private commissions Trevor Carlton has now combined his unique style to that most American of symbols, MICKEY MOUSE. Along with a series of classic lobby card paintings, he has also created a performance piece that has him painting a large canvas of our favorite Disney characters in a matter of minutes.
Born in 1972 Tbilisi, Republic of Georgia, Vakhtang began learning to draw and paint with his grandfather, from still life to landscapes to portraits. Seeing the works of Levitan and Coro influenced his vision of art and helped shape him as a landscape artist, showing his feelings and inner world, giving people warm feelings and positive emotions. He experimented, trying surrealism, modern decorative styles, hyper realism, developing "Lyrical Landscape" - his true love in art.
Gregg Cobarr has twenty-five years of professional photography experience with such music industry clients as Columbia and Epic Records, MCA, RCA, Capitol and Warner Brothers. In the TV and movie industry, he has done work for 20th Century Fox and Columbia Pictures.
Allison Lefcort has painted since early childhood. The Greenwich Village Art Gallery in New York City first represented her professionally when she was seventeen. At twenty-six, she is becoming widely collected and recognized for her own style of portrait painting.