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Greg Kuppinger, figurative paintings on sandpaper

Greg Kuppinger, figurative paintings on sandpaper

Growing up I remember sitting at the table with my father. When the sun would shine in through the trees outside, he would always...

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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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Jesse Lane, hyper-realism with colored pencil drawing

Jesse Lane, hyper-realism with colored pencil drawing

April 29, 2017 | hyper realism | No Comments

DRAWN TO ART In my art, I turn the ordinary into the extraordinary. I use colored pencil to express private, universal emotions. My work...

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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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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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Alison DeArruda, expressive & cubistically structured style

Alison DeArruda, expressive & cubistically structured style

My work features an array of subject matter and is rendered in a colorfully expressive and cubistically structured style, done with the use of...

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