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Lauren Tilden, figurative paintings in egg tempera

Lauren Tilden, figurative paintings in egg tempera

“Could we with ink the ocean fill And were the skies of parchment made Were every stalk on earth a quill And every man a scribe by trade To write the love of God above Would drain the ocean dry Nor could the scroll Contain the whole Though stretched from sky to sky” -Frederick Lehman…

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Manel Anoro, colorful nudes & brushy figures

Manel Anoro, colorful nudes & brushy figures

“I am a storyteller. What I wanted and still want is to speak – to paint- about everything I’d never talked about. That which I like and love. Discovering the light that turns on things and desires. In my paintings I need to explain my trips to Morocco, the blinding brightness of Minorca, watermelons, naked…

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Lori Rita, powerful self portraits

Lori Rita, powerful self portraits

I am a contemporary figurative painter. My work is a journey to record a moment caught in time. I begin with an idea and let the painting evolve, having no deadline. My inspiration is from real life and the people I meet. I work from photographs I have taken, not interested in creating a photo-likeness…

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Ruslana Levandovska, a touch of romance

Ruslana Levandovska, a touch of romance

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, follows the revival of secrets lost, but also a combination of Impressionism within a romantic figure. The art illustrates sublimity and sensibility of passionate…

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Eric Zener – Sizzling summer visions!

Eric Zener – Sizzling summer visions!

Eric Zener has been painting for a living for over 25 years. He is best known for his paintings with water as a primary element. Water has been the source of a variety of narratives that appeal to many people: spiritual and physical renewal, cleansing one’s soul, taking the plunge and nostalgic memories of play…

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Haley Hasler, bold self portraits

Haley Hasler, bold self portraits

Portrait as Tamer The self-portrait confronts the viewer with an outward representation of the inner self. Here is the exterior as seen by the interior. The self-portrait as a character introduces a further element. While the self-portrait implies that the artist is showing us the truth, a representation of the exterior in disguise conveys the…

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