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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...

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Westcoast Figurative exhibition, video & reviews

Westcoast Figurative exhibition, video & reviews

Can’t make it to our exhibition in Gibsons, BC in person? Enjoy the exhibition here on this video. Westcoast Figurative Jan 12 – Feb...

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Nathan Brad Hall, figurative art is how we view ourselves

Nathan Brad Hall, figurative art is how we view ourselves

November 5, 2016 | figurative painting | No Comments

As artists, there is a moment when the landscape shifts, and how we see things — how we view ourselves—is fundamentally altered. It can...

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Meredith Spencer Mullins, feminine traditions in figurative painting

Meredith Spencer Mullins, feminine traditions in figurative painting

November 2, 2016 | figurative painting | No Comments

The “women at the bath” genre is one I have revisited over and over. From my perspective as a female painter, it is important...

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Margaretta Gilboy, seeing with artist’s eyes

Margaretta Gilboy, seeing with artist’s eyes

The eyes are said to be the windows to the soul. I consider this work realist because I paint what I see either from...

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Misty Gamble, figurative ceramic sculpture on the edge

Misty Gamble, figurative ceramic sculpture on the edge

Misty Gamble’s work is inspired by the human figure and its infinite capacity for communication. This makes sense given that, as a child, Misty...

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