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Tibor Simon-Mazula, abstract figurative painting

Tibor Simon-Mazula, abstract figurative painting

May 24, 2017 | figurative painting | No Comments

Born in 1973, raised in Hungary, Tibor Simon-Mazula completed his BA in Drawing and Mathematics at the University of Szeged, Hungary, before going on to study filmmaking and cinematography in Budapest. After working in Dubai as an Art Director for eighteen months, Tibor went on to earn his MFA in Painting in San Francisco. In…

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Valérie Tertrais, classic portrait painter from France

Valérie Tertrais, classic portrait painter from France

Diploma of Beaux Arts de Paris in 1988, Valerie Tertrais is a French figurative painter, specializing in portrait painting, working principally by commissions. Her works have been shown in many exhibitions and her commissioned portraits are from all around the world, principally in Washington (USA), Porto Rico, Niamey (Niger), Pondichery (India), Bruxelles (Belgium), and of…

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Christine Baxter, figurative sculpture in clay, wax, plaster

Christine Baxter, figurative sculpture in clay, wax, plaster

My first sculpture tutor inspired me; Mike Gillespie was assistant to Epstein, he taught me clay modeling from life and influenced my approach to sculpture, emphasizing strong forms and volumes. Over the last 30 years I have been told, “Clay modeling is old fashioned, not relevant, not cutting edge, not even art!” But how can…

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Sally Lancaster, dancers & transparency, a delicate balance

Sally Lancaster, dancers & transparency, a delicate balance

Sally is a Devon-based artist who like many of the best painters today, is entirely self-taught. Sally has won numerous awards for her fine, highly detailed oil paintings and she regularly exhibits in London as well as various galleries around the UK. In 2012 Sally was commissioned to produce a painting for Sheikh Mohammed bin…

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Oceana Rain Stuart, bronze sculpture, graceful human form

Oceana Rain Stuart, bronze sculpture, graceful human form

I’m an American contemporary, figurative, sculpture artist. My emphasis is on bronze sculpture. I’m also a painter and poet. My Atelier is in Sausalito, in the San Francisco bay area. I exhibit my art internationally. Through my art, my passion is to bring to life an emotional vibrance and profound meaning, through the power of…

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Claire Cansick, abstract stylized female nudes

Claire Cansick, abstract stylized female nudes

Figures Claire’s figure work depicts lone female figures, bent and stretched through the defines of perspective, flattened and elongated in a moment of stillness or captured in movement. Their faces are largely hidden and so the narrative remains ambiguous and their intent is difficult to read. However they are intriguing to unpick; every one has…

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