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Sharon Hudson, colorful paintings of women

Sharon Hudson, colorful paintings of women

My figurative painting and drawing always begins with real objects and live models. I try to express not something about myself, but something I see in my subject. My inspiration comes from masters of sensuality like Gauguin, Klimt, Matisse, Degas, and Van Gogh, as well as decorative arts like quiltmaking and stained glass. Whether attracted…

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Sharon McCoy, ceramics & sarcasm

Sharon McCoy, ceramics & sarcasm

I am a Christian, living a wonderful life as a farmer’s wife and the mother of two adult children in the rural farming community of Monte Vista, Colorado. In 1980, after deciding that city life was not for me, I left sunny San Diego and came to Colorado to find the life that I love!…

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Igor & Marina, new take on Old Masters

Igor & Marina, new take on Old Masters

We are artists, which is an excellent thing. We are married, also an excellent thing. We work together-not necessarily an excellent thing. What do we mean by this? Clearly, it isn’t that we don’t find inspiration in each other’s work or ideas. However, on a practical level, it is hard to avoid some problems. First…

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Constance McBride, figurative clay, powdered graphite burnish

Constance McBride, figurative clay, powdered graphite burnish

Statement My practice is inspired by the human form. The way time marks our bodies and my evolving emotions concerning this are what drive the direction of it. I’ve been meditating for some time now on change and loss. Pieces consist of fragmented parts, a metaphor for lack of power and control and, symbolic of…

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Sabin Howard, masterful figure sculpture, nude torso

Sabin Howard, masterful figure sculpture, nude torso

Sabin Howard is the foremost practitioner of, and authority on, Modern Classicism. He grew up in New York City and in Torino, Italy. He studied art at the Philadelphia College of Art and then earned his MFA from the New York Academy of Art. For twenty years, he taught at the graduate and undergraduate levels….

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Carole Choucair Oueijan, amazing figurative mosaics art

Carole Choucair Oueijan, amazing figurative mosaics art

Inspired by the beauty of modern art, Carole Choucair Oueijan, born in 1966 in Beirut, Lebanon, faithfully reflected her Lebanese-Greek heritage in her art. Her journey into the world of impressionism began as ingenuous sketches at a very tender age and was further sculpted through academic education and training at YWCA College-Beirut, Lebanon, where she…

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