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New York School 2017 Alumni Exhibition

New York School 2017 Alumni Exhibition

July 23, 2017 | figurative painting | No Comments

New York Studio School Announces its upcoming 2017 Alumni Exhibition with juror curators including Hauser & Wirth, Elizabeth Dee, and Steven Harvey Fine Art...

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Marina Rolfe, exploring human vulnerability & strength

Marina Rolfe, exploring human vulnerability & strength

June 21, 2017 | figurative painting | No Comments

I’ve always been interested in people. The way they connect and see the world, their differences and devotions. Painting portraits for me is a...

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Angelo Bordiga, dramatic painting with raw colors

Angelo Bordiga, dramatic painting with raw colors

THE PICTORIAL RECIPES BY ANGELO BORDIGA by Michele Tavola (excerpt) Leftover carpet, old sheets, cheap mats, and scraps of fabric like those found in...

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Katia Zhukova, high contrast portraits & figures

Katia Zhukova, high contrast portraits & figures

“Every portrait painted with feeling is a portrait of the artist, not of the sitter” – Oscar Wilde As an artist, I am searching...

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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...

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Marcello Muñoz, mark-making, fingerprints & residual evidence

Marcello Muñoz, mark-making, fingerprints & residual evidence

My drawings are as much about the materials used and the process of mark-making as they are about the subject. I use charcoal like...

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