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Bob Clyatt Figurative sculpture – The Great Nude

Bob Clyatt Figurative sculpture – The Great Nude

Beyond Rodin: New Directions in Contemporary Figurative Sculpture Check out thegreatnude.tv for more articles and videos similar to this one. In summer 2012, right outside the boundaries of “The City” with all it’s contemporary galleries, at the Rye Arts Center in Rye, New York, a collection of high-quality artworks curated by sculptor Bob Clyatt was…

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Anne Lebreton-Launes, figurative sculpture France

Anne Lebreton-Launes, figurative sculpture France

Born in 1982, Anne Lebreton-Launes spent her school years drawing in the margins of her notebooks; she joined the faculty of Arts of Bordeaux III and graduated in 2005. Then she explored manual trades, which deal directly with materials: leather work, traditional masonry, carpentry joinery … She completed her first bronze in 2011, presents her…

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Uriél Dana, nouveau cirque culture paintings

Uriél Dana, nouveau cirque culture paintings

May 14, 2016 | figurative painting | No Comments

My paintings are inspired by San Francisco’s nouveau cirque culture. These are not just people in costume but a rich array of human talents that incorporate theater, literature, aerobics, dance, poetry and above all, mystery. Humor and whimsy are also added to brighten the mood for what many consider dark times. For over three decades…

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Peter Broitman, whimsical & political figurative art

Peter Broitman, whimsical & political figurative art

May 11, 2016 | figurative painting | No Comments

Peter is an emerging artist. He began painting in 2012 after a thirty-one year career working as an attorney for the US Department of Labor prosecuting employers for labor law violations. Peter is a figurative painter. He paints with bold colors on large canvases. His subject matter is often whimsical, and several of his paintings…

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Tom Wood, expressive drawings & portraits

Tom Wood, expressive drawings & portraits

Responsible for a broad body of work, both figurative and abstract Tom Wood uses every medium out there. With a sophisticated handling of materials he was producing similar effects to the layers and manipulation possible in Photoshop before it was even invented! ‘The digital manipulation of images only reinforced the notion that there were no…

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Ruslana Levandovska, Impressionism, a romantic figure

Ruslana Levandovska, Impressionism, a romantic figure

Ruslana Levandovska practices visual fine art emphasizing on oil on canvas medium as the main approach. The technique takes from various art practices from old Masters, such as Flemish layering technique but also a combination of Impressionism within a romantic figure. The art illustrates sublimity and sensibility of passionate yet sorrowful human spirit while capturing…

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