VOKA The enormously popular Austrian artist Voka coined the term Spontaneous Realism to describe the dynamic creative process of his representational and impressionistic imagery. The explosive colors and energetic brushwork in his paintings describe familiar images in and utterly personal manner. Voka’s hyper-kinetic style and joyous optimism predominate all of his works whether presenting a street scene in Miami, Vienna, New York on or in an ironic portrait of Marilyn, Hendrix, Chaplin or Picasso.