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Fernando Reyes, Exhibition at Mexican Museum

Fernando Reyes, Exhibition at Mexican Museum

FERNANDO REYES An Artist’s Evolution 1991 – 2017 THE MEXICAN MUSEUM January 12 – March 15, 2018 Fernando Reyes has evolved from a San Francisco banker to a full-time artist, from a self-taught artist to a formally trained one, and from a purely representational artist to one whose broad portfolio now includes abstract art. Fernando…

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Victoria Pitel, figurative ceramic sculpture

Victoria Pitel, figurative ceramic sculpture

Victoria investigates what it means to inhabit the human body. Her figurative forms, constructed from paper clays using traditional ceramics techniques, allow for the exploration of presence and the examination of self; where boundaries of the psychological and physiological become indistinct, where language becomes rooted in intuition. These concepts underpin her work and the way…

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Robert Mace Bent, figurative abstract visual poetry with nudes

Robert Mace Bent, figurative abstract visual poetry with nudes

My sense is that the act of painting records, in a form of visual poetry, the practitioners placement in the world and community while leaving behind residuals of intellect and emotion. Putting color and line on canvas becomes a form of verse with each painter’s dialect revealing the artist’s development and the experience of knowing….

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Nicholas Pearce, painting women & light

Nicholas Pearce, painting women & light

Nicholas Pearce has been painting women for over three decades – faces, nudes, and the dynamic sensuality of flamenco. He attended the Alberta College of Art in Calgary, then gravitated to the media, working in the art department for CBC-TV. He then became illustrations editor for the Calgary Herald, where he specialized in portraiture, and…

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Parjam Parsi, abstract figurative painting from Iran

Parjam Parsi, abstract figurative painting from Iran

. I’m interested in modern poetry and novels. For many years now my paintings are based on that. Most of my inspirations come from history, myth and poetry. I think repeating life experience, learning from them (awareness , tragedy , …) and living in that cycle is what makes an artist go to studio every…

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Life drawing with Adobe Sketch painting app

Life drawing with Adobe Sketch painting app

December 6, 2017 | life drawing | No Comments

Download the free Adobe Sketch painting app and take some time to learn how to use it. It’s a fabulous portable drawing and painting studio right in your bag! You can take it anywhere and you can’t do that with real paints…. I try to approach it as if I was in my real studio…

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