At NCH Galleries, we carry published artists who are known all over the world. From the peaceful scenery done by Susan Rios to the passionate pieces done by Vadik Suljakov, we have styles to suit every art fanatic's taste. Take a look - you won't be dsappointed!
With a past just as inspiring as the pieces he paints, Cao Yong is a talented artist whose fame is well deserved. Despite growing up in Tibet and facing political struggles throughout his childhoood, his talent was visible from a young age. After spending time alone in the Tibetan mountains and fleeing to Japan with his fiance', he eventually brought his work to New York where received several awards for his outstanding pieces. He now has been accepted back into China and has several galleries in Shanghai.
Since arriving in the United States over a decade ago, master Russian artist Vadik Suljakov (pronounced Shul-ya-kov) has established himself as one of the most distinguished young impressionists in the country. Vadik Suljakov, born in the cultural center of Moscow in 1960, comes from an intellectual family with many generations of artists and writers. His parents gave him an excellent home education, which included painting by the age of seven. He continued with Russia's most rigid and traditional art education and from the age of twelve to twenty, he perfected his style. Suljakov studied at the Moscow First Art School and served apprenticeships at the Moscow Graphic Art Committee and the Moscow Art Group. In 1990, Suljakov left Russia for the United States like many other artists had done, because they were asked to tie their art to politics. He then spent a year in New York City with a group of other artists from his native Russia, working as a commercial artist. When asked how he feels about the United States, Suljakov emphatically states, "I came to America when the time was right, when I had enough experience to express my art and thought on canvas." Years of travelling had filled his mind with countless images to paint. His passion for art is clearly visible in his deep colors and textured canvas pieces.
Serene settings, gentle harmonies, soft, inviting rooms, luch, floral gardens, quiet seas that evoke tranquility - artist Susan Rios' distinctive style is evident in every image she paints. Susan resides in Southern California, amidst rooms very reminiscent of the images she paints. Many aspects of Susan's world are subjects in her paintings including her daughter, Olivia, her granddaughter, Rose, and her dog. Susan is a rare blend of sensitive artis and practical businesswoman who has built bussinesses from the ground up with integrity and a commitment to her collectors.