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Lita Cabellut, the Black Tulip

Lita Cabellut, the Black Tulip

Dutch figurative painter Lita Cabellut’s fabulous new collection: The Black Tulip, which is a tribute to the Golden Age, the time of change, tolerance, trade and religion. “This was the era in which we took clothing off and sometimes even changed skin to achieve a new state of human nature. There was the temptation of…

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cook nude 1

cook nude 1

The Nakedness of Woman — a celebration of timeless beauty… It’s a beautiful vision — the female figure. For as long as man has created he has immortalized the female figure into his art. Countless powerful and beautiful artworks have been created, along with stories told. More songs than anyone can count been written and…

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Margaret Malewski, longing for figurative art in St. Louis

Margaret Malewski, longing for figurative art in St. Louis

I am a mid-career professional who would like to pursue figurative sculpture as a new career path. I have gone through dozens of university programs in the US and nobody teaches figurative drawing or sculpture anymore! Your site is a breath of fresh air and a great resource. Thank you! Margaret Malewski Co-Founder: Liquivision Products,…

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Maidy Morhous, lost wax bronze sculpture

Maidy Morhous, lost wax bronze sculpture

Maidy Morhous has observed firsthand tragedies and inequities of mankind in many regions of the world.  A seasoned traveler, she finds inspiration for her artistic expression through experiencing cultures in various locales across the globe. As fate would have it, Morhous was visiting Japan during the earthquake and tsunami that decimated Sendai, Japan on March…

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Get found on figurative artist directory

Get found on figurative artist directory

We’ve had a good year with our artist directory for figurative artists. Since January, we’ve had 385,000 page views! Visits averaged 3 1/2 minutes with nearly 8 pages visited and a fantastic bounce rate of 1.25%. That’s really really good! How to get found as an artist? As a figurative artist with a focus on…

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Jacquline Hurlbert, studio visit Portland

Jacquline Hurlbert, studio visit Portland

On our recent trip to the Oregon Coast and Portland, we were able to visit with 3 figurative ceramic artists. I had contacted several of my figurative artists and four were able to have us visit, Sara Swink and Kicki Masthem as we drove into Portland and next day, Jacquline Hurlbert, figurative ceramic sculptor and painter….

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