Based in Rome, Italy, Farmboy Fine Arts photographer Roberto Biocco captures stirring moments from urban and rural life.

Biocco’s work is recognizable for its moody and stark use of shadow and light. Black and white is often utilized in his work, lending romantic Italian landscapes cinematic drama. The artist, who has been featured in publications such as Hayo Magazine, brings scenes from Italy and around the world.

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Based in Vancouver, artist Krista Johnson creates abundant and vivid botanical paintings with nods to Impressionism and maximalism. Johnson, who has worked with Farmboy Fine Arts since 2015, studies light and color play in her studies, under-paintings, and finished paintings. From single flower studies with careful attention to form, to robust garden scenes, Johnson’s work is unique and personal.

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Based in Big Sky Country, Macomb, Illinois, Farmboy artist Sharon Knight has been part of the team since 2015. Photographing the vast nature around her, Knight captures bucolic, pastoral scenes.

Currently, Knight is working on a series of watersheds—small creeks and rivers that connect the Illinois and Mississippi Rivers. Continually looks to her environment, Knight finds inspiration in the smallest stream and the biggest sky.

 

 

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