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Karen Cooper, capturing people & their daily routines

Karen Cooper, capturing people & their daily routines

September 16, 2017 | figurative painting | No Comments

Painting People’s Stories Karen is a figurative painter, who spent her college years at the University of Nebraska, Lincoln, sampling just about every department...

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Matteo Mauro, digital reinterpretations of Rococo engraving

Matteo Mauro, digital reinterpretations of Rococo engraving

The study of the technique of artistic printmaking and Rococo picture content, leads the artist Matteo Mauro’s research to a series of contemporary experiments...

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Raelis Vasquez, juxtaposing figures and historical context

Raelis Vasquez, juxtaposing figures and historical context

August 26, 2017 | figurative painting | No Comments

The application of the visual communication and conventions of unity, history, and diversity of the narratives in my paintings creates a juxtaposition between the...

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Paula Saneaux, the fragility of life and social standards

Paula Saneaux, the fragility of life and social standards

August 19, 2017 | figurative painting | No Comments

I portray stories, feelings or interpretations of female objectification, female self-objectification, the fragility of life and social standards. ​ My paintings are mainly created...

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Larry Madrigal, 2017 recipient of Elizabeth Greenshields Foundation Grant

Larry Madrigal, 2017 recipient of Elizabeth Greenshields Foundation Grant

Larry Madrigal is a Phoenix-Based Mexican American figurative painter exploring the historical genre of portraiture. He is a 2017 recipient of The Elizabeth Greenshields...

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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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