Emerging Artists

Art collectors interested in learning about today’s top emerging artists can find everything they need right here. These hot, new emerging artists encompass a wide variety of styles and genres, including plein-air painting, landscapes, still lifes, wildlife, western paintings, and more. Many of these emerging contemporary artists have won awards in highly respected art competitions. You’ll also learn about the many galleries for emerging artists—a great source for purchasing artworks by these rising stars.

Sarah Siltala, Warbler with Grape, oil, 8 x 10.

Emering Artists | Sarah Siltala

Sarah Siltala has a special fondness for birds, noting that each feathered creature reveals its distinct personality as she paints it, becoming a reflection of the meditative act of painting, the New Mexico artist says.

Vincent Xeus, Girl in Scarf, oil, 14 x 11.

Emerging Artists | Vincent Xeus

Vincent Xeus' chiaroscuro style is 
reminiscent of paintings by 17th-century Dutch masters like Rembrandt and Vermeer. But Xeus is quick to point out that there are other strong influences at play, such as works by contemporary masters Gerhard Richter, Odd Nerdrum, Francis Bacon, and Antonio López Garcia.

Sheri Farabaugh, The Force and the Flow viii, oil, 30 x 40.

Emerging Artists | Sheri Farabaugh

Meet Colorado-based artist Sheri Farabaugh whose fascination with water started at an early age while spending time at her grandfather's cottage on Wind Lake in Wisconsin. “I do my best to capture every ripple, splash, and nuance of color,” she says.

Marina Dieul, Pax Mundi, 5, oil, 12 x 12.

Emerging Artists | Marina Dieul

Meet Montreal-based painter Marina Dieul. Born in France and having studied art there at L’École des Beaux-Arts and Studio Escalier, she has been inspired by an unlikely source-invading household pests. Read more about her animal series as well as her award-winning portraits that feature the human species.