LIVING ARTISTS

Representing some of the world’s most renowned living artists and original artwork, Triad Art Group, offers their distinguished clients a diverse selection to acquire high end artwork.

 

ROYO

Born in 1941 in Valencia, Spain, Royo began demonstrating his artistic talent early. At the age of 9 his father, a prominent physician and avid art enthusiast, employed private tutors to instruct Royo in drawing, painting, and sculpture. When Royo turned 14 he entered the San Carlos Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Valencia. Upon turning 18 Royo continued his artistic studies privately with Adolfo Ferrer Amblat, Chairman of Art Studies at the San Carlos Academy. He also visited the major museums in Europe at this time to study the famous masters-Velasquez, Goya, Renoir, Monet, and Sorolla among others.

ROMAN VILANOVA

“It inspires in me a vital need to express my feelings through painting. Spread out on the palette, the colors prepare themselves to give birth to emotions on the white canvas. The word is silent, passionately contemplating the landscape. A palpitation that comes from nothing, enmeshed with yesterday, today and tomorrow. That way it keeps on growing, like a blessing, a pentagram of colors, full of emotions.”

– Ramon Villanova

JOSEP DEMENECH

Demenech was born in Barcelona in 1952 into a working class family. His grandfather together with his father had a little carpenter’s workshop in the centre of Barcelona.  Although he studied, like all the other children, his passions were for art and design.

He took drawing lessons (Technical design) from a private teacher who was a close friend of his father. Demenech would draw over and over the shapes of sculptures such as David’s Miguel Angel, Milo’s Venus, Seneca’s head and many more. This learning served a basis for the next three years, where he studied design at the High School of Arts and Crafts in the Massana School, Barcelona.

JEONG-CHOON YUN

The Yuns have created, in their works, a unique alchemy of acient Asian techiniques and more modern Western imagery, specifically abstraction. Their “paintings” are made in the traditional method of Hanji, Koren paper-making, which they utlize in the time honored and non-traditional ways.