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Marc Dominguez, terra cotta nude sculpture from France

Marc Dominguez, terra cotta nude sculpture from France

December 3, 2016 | nude sculpture | No Comments

“Where did I get the sculpture?” In the woods looking at the trees. What I learned from nature I tried to put it in my works” Auguste Rodin – The Cathedrals of France My passion for trees has led me to the profession of forestry engineer and the sculpture of wood (mainly Mediterranean woods: the…

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Fernando Reyes, Paper Dolls, paper collage from life model

Fernando Reyes, Paper Dolls, paper collage from life model

PAPER DOLLS NEW FIGURATIVE WORK Colorful hand printed paper cut outs from the model Art is a second career for Fernando who spent 17 years in banking in San Francisco. He began as a self-taught artist, then decided to seek formal art education at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago graduating with a…

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Jeanette Jarville, colorful abstract paintings on clear acrylic

Jeanette Jarville, colorful abstract paintings on clear acrylic

Art has a purpose and need, not only materially – to fill a space on a wall or table, but to fill a need in our consciousness. For me creating art fills the demand I place on myself to achieve and accomplish the most of my life, my reason for being. Creating art in my…

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Roger Salucci, independent views from France

Roger Salucci, independent views from France

Starting as a caricaturist at the age of 16 in two regional newspapers, journalist card n°34672, emeritus card n°5505, Roger SALUCCI was qualified at “Beaux-Arts school” (French fine Art school). Exhibitions of paintings in Arles, Nîmes, Sete, etc. FIRST PRIZE OF POSTERS AT NIMES FAIR As a painter and globe-trotter, Roger SALUCCI settled down in…

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Mandy Palmer, drawing with emotion and movement

Mandy Palmer, drawing with emotion and movement

November 9, 2016 | life drawing | No Comments

I draw. I paint. I scribble. I search for the tiny details. I am often inspired by my own experiences in life as a daughter, sister, wife, friend and mother. To me it’s all about just doing the art. The more I do, the more I am learning. Both about myself, and about what I…

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Nathan Brad Hall, figurative art is how we view ourselves

Nathan Brad Hall, figurative art is how we view ourselves

November 5, 2016 | figurative painting | No Comments

As artists, there is a moment when the landscape shifts, and how we see things — how we view ourselves—is fundamentally altered. It can slip away, or it can set you on a new direction, one that not only offers a truer understanding of self, but of purpose. I was fortunate enough that during an…

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