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The Guide Artists envisions a future where everyone is moved by art every day. To get there, we’re expanding the art market to support more artists and art around the world. As the magazine to discover, buy, and sell fine art, The Guide Artists believes that the process of buying art should be as brilliant as art itself. That’s why we’re dedicated to making a joyful, welcoming experience that connects collectors with the artists and artworks they love.



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Autumn 2021



ON THE COVER 🎨 VIKTORYA NARE KARAPETYAN 💎 @viktorya_nare_karapetyan


It’s been a few months since we published our last issue in July, it’s time to hit the ground running again. We have been working hard on the new projects that The Guide Artists brand will now launch in October with version 2.0 of Collector Masters, a completely renewed vision.
This new version has no competitor, because for those of you who are close to our social networks, this new project will be a mega web portal for the sale of art without commissions or exclusivity among others.

This titanic project has helped us understand the need of the artist who is getting closer to us, his need to sell art without having so many problems as art galleries with heavy contracts, payments and exclusivity usually put him. We have eliminated all this to bring the collector closer to a world of positive sensations in a space with the latest technology, which is above all functional, beautiful and easy to buy art. We invited the best artists in the world and the response was more than positive. Getting to sell paintings without the website being launched to this day. An experience for art lovers.

The Guide Artists collects every day the reflections of the artists who share with us their experiences. Thanks to many of them this portal was born, full of their ideas for the convenience of the collector and the possibility for the artist to sell his work without reading the fine print so much. Since this is such a special number and the cover features the talented “Viktorya Nare Karapetyan” with her painting “Intuición”, we have the pleasure of conducting an exquisite interview for the reader, with content and lots of information about the evolution of “Realism imaginative”. We take you to a place of sensations with artists who take our senses to a place unimaginable. Thanks to “Wayne Richards” for his commitment to us and his values, to “Debbie Chamlati” for the closeness and attention given to us, or to the teacher “Simon Van Der Sluijs” for uniting art and artists in this great number. The beauty of things comes in the most inopportune moments and without waiting for it. Thanks to my partner Jennifer who inspires me daily. So remember that all changes are not always for the future, but for our present. Let ́s begin! 🖼️





Wayne’s passion for the arts and teaching is palpable and evident when he begins to speak. He has studied at both the College and Technikon and focuses on classical and realistic painting. Wayne’s paintings have been sold worldwide and he is an award-winning airbrush artist. One need only attend one of Wayne’s introductory classes to find that they are filled with absolute beginners who move on to more advanced groups under his guidance. Wayne demonstrates and teaches color mixing, oil glazing, composition, building textures, details and much more.



Debbie Chamlati is a Mexican painter with more than 20 years of career. Debbie started practicing art during her senior years in the American School Foundation in 1996. She studied painting in Florence, Italy for 6 months during 1999 at Arte Sotto un Tetto. Debbie has a Bachelor’s Degree in Graphic Design from the Universidad Iberoamericana. In 2013 she dedicated a semester to Plastic Arts and Drawing at the University of Texas, Austin TX.



“Nare ́s art has the power to bring your own shadow side to the surface, and at the same instant, moment it transmutes it into light. A light we all carry and through her art she brings it through you. It’s the details, the silences, the treasures and many stories at the same time. Just like that. Her artwork offers you the opportunity to relive a past that you never had but that somehow you recognize. Her art invokes in you a peculiar feeling of familiarity in the midst of a strange life… and quite frankly, all is fine.”



Nadia Ferrante is an Italian artist who was born and raised near Rome. She has developed a strong sense of beauty and has shown her artistic vein since childhood. Her favorite artists are the great Italian masters, Caravaggio, Michelangelo, Raphael, but over the years she discovers Klimt, Degas and Pre-Raphaelites, with whom she falls madly in love. In her youth she attends a drawing and painting course, but her studies are more classical and distant from art.



Stephanie Spay (b. 1975) is a representational oil painter focusing on portraiture and the figure. She uses the image of the figure to process her own personal life experiences and those of her models. She is a constant observer and sees the potential in the figures and spaces she comes in contact with on a daily basis: her family, children, friends and neighbors.






Issue 48 October 2021

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