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Vincent Vergone, figurative sculpture from France

Vincent Vergone, figurative sculpture from France

Having started an early career as a sculptor, I quickly turned my attention away from the worries of selling my sculptures by the usual paths, seeking instead to bring it to the public on the sidelines. Then I asked myself the question of movement in sculpture and the need to animate. I then turned to…

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Tricia Cline, Exiles in Lower Utopia

Tricia Cline, Exiles in Lower Utopia

EXILES IN LOWER UTOPIA This body of work is an ode to the Animal, its ability to perceive, and our return to that perception. An animal is its very form. Its function is its form. A dog runs at full speed, a distinct scent or sound alters its direction. The legs, the nose, the ears…

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Judith Carducci, portrait paintings in pastel

Judith Carducci, portrait paintings in pastel

When I was a child, my art teacher had me copy “Holbein Heads” – drawings by the great Hans Holbein, portraitist to the court of England’s King Henry VIII. That was the beginning of my lifelong fascination with portraiture and my enduring respect for Holbein’s genius. Even now, my teacher’s voice, as she showed me…

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Hollis Chatelain, figurative fine art textiles

Hollis Chatelain, figurative fine art textiles

Hollis Chatelain is an internationally recognized and award-winning fine artist specialized in textile art. Through works that address challenging social, environmental, and political themes, Hollis reflects 12 years of experience living in West Africa and working with humanitarian organizations. Using a distinctive style characterized by a dream-like use of color and imagery, her dye-painted scenes…

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Andrew Salgado curates The Fantasy of Representation

Andrew Salgado curates The Fantasy of Representation

The Fantasy of Representation Exhibition Dates: 31 July – 19 September, 2015 Beers London Gallery is proud to present ‘The Fantasy of Representation’, curated by Andrew Salgado. This group exhibition showcases the work of both emerging and established painters including Hurvin Anderson, Francis Bacon, Gary Hume and Alexander Tinei among others such as Dale Adcock,…

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Jonas Kunickas, palette knife nudes from Lithuania

Jonas Kunickas, palette knife nudes from Lithuania

“The main inspiration for my work is a human body – I believe the most perfect peace of art God has ever created. My works are mostly about admiring natural beauty and expressing it my way. All my figurative paintings are made using a palette knife. I play with two independent levels – structure and…

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