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Leslie Singer, beyond traditional portraiture

Leslie Singer, beyond traditional portraiture

BIOGRAPHY Leslie Singer attended a special arts high school and continued painting in her early college years, but stopped when she was 21 and didn’t pick up a brush for many years. “I wanted to paint the figure, which was frowned upon at the time,” Singer said. She became an English major and pursued a…

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Raime Lee, artist, illustrator, designer

Raime Lee, artist, illustrator, designer

Raime Lee is an artist, illustrator, and designer. Her fine art investigates emotions and themes of life and death by using both figure and environment in her image-making. She faces the uncomfortable depths within to better understand the breadth of sorrow and love that coexist together, encouraging others to do the same. She also has…

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Joseph A. Miller, figures in the landscape

Joseph A. Miller, figures in the landscape

June 21, 2020 | figurative painting | No Comments

Joseph A. Miller is an Associate Professor of Art at S.U.N.Y. Buffalo State, where he has taught drawing and painting since 1997. His work is in numerous public and private collections, and has been shown internationally in Finland, China, Poland and the Czech Republic, as well as across the United States, from Berkeley, California to…

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Alan Douglas Ray conveys mystery & wonder

Alan Douglas Ray conveys mystery & wonder

June 14, 2020 | figurative painting | No Comments

When I’m alone, facing my easel, I imagine I’m an illusionist. Not the kind who saws fine ladies in half or who makes elephants vanish in thin air. My trick is to create a convincing optical illusion with paint on a flat surface. I want to engage and entertain. If for a fleeting moment, viewers…

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Ruth Fox, nude body like fragmented, abstract landscape

Ruth Fox, nude body like fragmented, abstract landscape

Artist Statement ​”Some time ago now, I noticed that when you look down at the body in front of you, it can appear to be very much like a fragmented, abstract landscape made up of hills, terrains, valleys, lines and curves. I began to perceive not only how the body replicates Nature in this way,…

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Carole A Feuerman, thankful for a strong passion

Carole A Feuerman, thankful for a strong passion

I am thankful for a strong passion Time to Reflect I am especially grateful for this pause to be able to reflect on what’s important to me — to ask myself whether all aspects of my life are purposefully aligned, or whether some areas need grooming. Sometimes we get so caught up with our day-to-day…

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