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Pilar López Báez, paintings of childhood memories

Pilar López Báez, paintings of childhood memories

November 4, 2017 | figurative painting | No Comments

STATEMENT I am very interested in memory. Our memories are our identity, but it is not an organized archive. Many memories disappear, we forget them little by little, some others are our unconscious inventions. Even society influences on our memories and we censor them consciously or unconsciously. The memory is individual and collective. My paintings…

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Ginny Merett, collage mix of delight, shenanigans & tension

Ginny Merett, collage mix of delight, shenanigans & tension

November 2, 2017 | mixed media art | No Comments

Ginny Merett is a multimedia artist. Her work is a charismatic mix of delight, shenanigans, and tension. She creates personalities using painting, drawing, and collage techniques and processes that bring the viewer in for a closer look. ​Ginny always considered herself to be an artist, and believes it to be a gift to which she…

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Hilary Robin McCarthy, her paintings are visual poems

Hilary Robin McCarthy, her paintings are visual poems

October 25, 2017 | figurative painting | No Comments

Hilary Robin McCarthy is a contemporary painter who lives and works in NYC. Her works are included in collections in the United States and internationally. She earned a BFA from Hartford Art School, an MFA from New York Academy of Art and is currently studying at Columbia University for another degree in Art History. She’s…

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Sallyanne Morgan, figurative sculpture with cement

Sallyanne Morgan, figurative sculpture with cement

October 21, 2017 | figurative sculpture | No Comments

Apart from occasional forays into silicone, I work primarily with the most common construction materials – cement. It has extraordinary versatility and a directness that allows for spontaneity. I either use a base of metal armature on which mortar or ferrous cement is then layered or work from clay cast or sometimes body casts. I…

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Denisa Prochazka, large relief sculptures, classical & contemporary materials

Denisa Prochazka, large relief sculptures, classical & contemporary materials

ARTIST STATEMENT “The desire to shape clay in my hands resembled something divine to me, an unspoken element of the hidden nature of what it is to be human and the psychological portrayal of what it means to be a female. I became increasingly aware of my feminine perspective and reflection of the life around…

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Jacques Bodin, hyperrealism, photorealism painting

Jacques Bodin, hyperrealism, photorealism painting

Jacques Bodin, painter, lives and works in Levallois Perret, France. He is one of the main representatives of the European hyperrealist current. His paintings are made from his own photographs which are reworked with digital tools and then projected onto the canvas using a video projector. The realization of large formats requires several months of…

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