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Camille Barnes, fine portrait artist

Camille Barnes, fine portrait artist

Portrait artist, Camille Barnes is mostly self-taught, but she has also learned from some of today’s finest portrait artists. Some of which includes studying...

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Rosso, carnival characters & taboos

Rosso, carnival characters & taboos

July 1, 2017 | figurative painting | 2 Comments

Rosso’s paintings are metaphors of contemporary society, born out of a reflection on the irony and conundrums of the human condition. Her canvasses are...

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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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Westcoast Figurative, 7 artists of the human form

Westcoast Figurative, 7 artists of the human form

Through a line, a gesture, human voices wake us. Seven artists capture the human condition and form in their own unique and distinct figurative...

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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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Sara Swink, sharing dreams & imagination with clay

Sara Swink, sharing dreams & imagination with clay

Sara Swink has come to suspect that clay is encoded in her DNA, as much a part of her genetic makeup as her straight...

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