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Eric Jabloner, fine art illustration & figurative painting

Eric Jabloner, fine art illustration & figurative painting

For the past 30 years, Eric has been making a mark on the art scene – painting, illustrating and designing. His work ranges from Tucson downtown and barrio interpretations to exquisite people, animals and still life paintings. At age 17, Eric traveled west to attend the University of Arizona. Upon completion of a Bachelor in…

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Tony Heath, lively colourful nude paintings with a light touch

Tony Heath, lively colourful nude paintings with a light touch

Tony is an invigorating contemporary artist based in Gloucestershire. His work celebrates the pleasure of movement and colour through an original and vibrant style. He creates work which is ambitious, unrestrained, determined and exciting. “Painting is essentially a two dimensional art and a fascination for me is to create the impression of depth through the…

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Andrea Saltini, dramatic figurative mixed media from Italy

Andrea Saltini, dramatic figurative mixed media from Italy

Born May 4, 1974 in Italy. Diploma of Master of Arts and Master UDP communication. He has received numerous awards and honors: he was among the artists selected to be invited to participate at the 55th Biennale of Venice. His works are part of public and private collections. Mischievous child and philosopher of chaos, Saltini…

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Liam Gerrard, hot illustration from New Zealand

Liam Gerrard, hot illustration from New Zealand

Liam Gerrard is an New Zealand based artist and illustrator. Adept in a range of styles and media (well, two maybe), Liam works predominantly in portraiture, casting an unflinching and unflattering eye across some of humankind and nature’s more peripheral characters. His work consistently deals with ideas of realism, beauty and the grotesque, and how…

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Coudari, figurative sculpture from Montreal

Coudari, figurative sculpture from Montreal

During the process of my work I try to not lose sight of the quest for simplicity, because in my opinion, it is in the simplicity that a work can demonstrate its strength. Too often the abundance of details stifle the work, as the essence of a speech may become lost in an abundance of…

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Teresa Oaxaca, Neo Baroque celebration of extravagence

Teresa Oaxaca, Neo Baroque celebration of extravagence

Neo Baroque The Baroque was a period of celebration and exuberance expressed best through the arts. Its strong insistence on Christian themes was also a thin veil for the pagan extravagance that had been going on since the earlier Renaissance. Through Humanism during these periods man was taken and put at the center of the…

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