Ivan Alifan
Stephen Bergstrom
Elena Bond
André Bourrié
Hua Chen
James Coleman
Michel Delacroix
Stephen Fishwick
Gavin Glakas
Alfred Gockel
Jason Gogo
Rob Gonsalves
Nobu Haihara
Kerry Hallam
Erica Hopper
Liudmila Kondakova
Lucy Liasheva
Felix Mas
LeRoy Neiman
J. Scott Nicol
Anne Packard
John Payne
Fabian Perez
John Pitre
Anna Razumovskaya
Bruce Ricker
Tomasz Rut
Jeffrey Terreson
Leonard Wren
Ludmila Yudina
Additional Artists

Nobu Haihara

Nobu Haihara is a multi-talented artist who continues to expand his horizons by challenging his own creative instincts. He is an accomplished landscape painter, portrait artist, super-realist and graphic artist. But his energy and ideas keep him constantly active and evolving as a painter.

Raised in Koura, Japan, Nobu credits his parents as early influences on his artistic future. He absorbed Japanese and western culture, and was especially drawn to books on Monet, Da Vinci, and Michelangelo. He visited museums and trained in the traditional Japanese arts; but it was in his parent’s grocery store that Nobu found his calling. Brightly colored and graphically enticing images bombarded him as he opened packages of dry goods from America to arrange on shelves. The product designs were powerful and mesmerizing to the young Nobu, who began to see advertisements as art. He studied them, drew them and incorporated their ideas into his own emerging style. In school Nobu studied classical and modern art, but his interests kept gravitating towards Pop Art.

After graduating from Hiroshima Economic University, Nobu immigrated to the United States in 1986. He arrived in Venice, California, a well-known artist’s community, and began selling his paintings on the Venice Boardwalk, which led to numerous commissions. Soon recognized for his creativity, Nobu began showing his artwork in galleries.

In the early 1900’s Nobu learned the art of silk-screening and was successfully reproducing and selling his artwork as serigraphs and mono-prints on paper, glass, aluminum and canvas. He developed a style reminiscent of the traditional Japanese Ukiyoe wood-block prints that combine images with poetry and verse. Nobu became inspired to create silk screen prints of clocks, telephones, wine bottles and martinis - with their history or recipes written across them in a decorative narrative style.

By 1991 Nobu directed the state-of-the-art atelier at Marco Fine Arts working on prints for Robert Indiana, Donald Sultan, John Asaro, John Nieto, Aldo Luongo and other accomplished artists the company was publishing. Alongside his professional achievements as a printer maker, Nobu continued his private work developing his own distinctive style. Painting in both acrylic and oil, Nobu applied his knowledge to create his own cutting-edge modernist images that explore the boundaries between commercial and fine art.

19th Hole Series

bel air
Bel Air
scotch on the rocks
Scotch On
The Rocks
19th At Augusta
kapalua & mai-tai
Kapalua And
carmel clubhouse
Carmel Clubhouse
country club
Country Club
st. andrews
St. Andrews
ryder cup
Ryder Cup
bel air II
Bel Air II

Playing Card Series

ace high
Ace High
art of the game
Art Of The Game
big poker night
Big Poker Night
four queens
Four Queens

the player
The Player
a royal night
A Royal Night
palying with a full deck
Playing With A
Full Deck

Martini Series

lemon drop
Lemon Drop
one olive
One Olive
two martinis
Two Martinis
straight up
Straight Up
two cherries
Two Cherries
martini toast
Martini Toast

5th Avenue Series



special occasion
Special Occasion


Sporting Series


kicking back
Kicking Back

big poker night
Big Poker Night


Sporting Series


after the hunt
After The Hunt

a day on the river
A Day On The