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Warren Criswell, narratives in paint & print

Warren Criswell, narratives in paint & print

February 4, 2017 | figurative painting | No Comments

I was a loner as a kid, an only child, the kind that grow up to be serial killers, bank robbers or artists. I...

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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, 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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Nils Gleyen, figurative painting the world of Haute Couture

Nils Gleyen, figurative painting the world of Haute Couture

January 11, 2017 | figurative painting | No Comments

Nils Gleyen is a painter drawing his inspiration from the world of Haute Couture and fashion in general. His association with houses in Paris...

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Roger Salucci, independent views from France

Roger Salucci, independent views from France

Starting as a caricaturist at the age of 16 in two regional newspapers, journalist card n°34672, emeritus card n°5505, Roger SALUCCI was qualified at...

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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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