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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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Judy Volkmann, big, bold & brushy faces

Judy Volkmann, big, bold & brushy faces

Faces of Humanity My artwork depicts humanity, and how physical, emotional and societal influences shape us into who we are. The figures and portraits...

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Nicole Cooper, energetic brushwork, vivid colors, layers of painted flesh

Nicole Cooper, energetic brushwork, vivid colors, layers of painted flesh

February 8, 2017 | figurative painting | No Comments

In my life-sized figurative paintings, I use energetic brushwork, vivid colors, and layers of painted flesh to explore humanity as a living, growing force....

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Trish Shwart, the jumpy narrative of contemporary life

Trish Shwart, the jumpy narrative of contemporary life

Stories are one of the ways we make sense of the world. Human beings are storytellers; we recount narratives based on the personal and...

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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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