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Robyn Cochran-Ragland, lively pastel life drawings

Robyn Cochran-Ragland, lively pastel life drawings

I am forever pulled by the simplicity and complexity of the human figure. I attempt to capture a pose quickly and fluently. The figure and facial likeness are so close, so personal and I am so very aware of them, that I feel I must work within their confines again and again. I strive to…

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Deborah Bowe, the complex frailty of the human soul

Deborah Bowe, the complex frailty of the human soul

ARTIST STATEMENT Creating art is my recollection of fragments of emotions, moods and feelings that are transferred and visualized onto canvas. I portray the beauty and the complex frailty of the human soul in my paintings. My paintings are often inspired by women of divine origins, courageous heroines, literature, poetry, nature, music and everything that…

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Annett Schlichting, modelling portraits in clay

Annett Schlichting, modelling portraits in clay

Every human face is unique. Discovering it with the material terracotta is one of the biggest adventures for me. After completing my studies at the University of Applied Sciences and Arts in Hannover, Germany, I worked for many years as a 3d modeler for various film studios. During my various teaching activities in Germany, I…

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Inez Storer, an imagined surreal journey

Inez Storer, an imagined surreal journey

My work usually has an aspect of implied history, both through the use of the figure as well as objects that are a part of my “home” collections. The figures have a tendency to be slightly off balance, or passing from one reality to another. The absurd is of great interest, usually through the use…

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Philippe Caspar, painting with brute force color

Philippe Caspar, painting with brute force color

Born in Strasbourg in 1982, Philippe Caspar is a graphic designer; self-taught artist, mostly influenced by cinema, literature, music and comics. Caspar has been practicing drawing since childhood with models such as Bernie Wrightson, Frank Frazetta, Marcel Gotlib, Claude Serre, Bill Watterson and Robert Crumb, whose quality and strength of drawing arouse admiration close to…

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Marie Smith, contemporary figurative sculpture, bronze, Jesmonite

Marie Smith, contemporary figurative sculpture, bronze, Jesmonite

Marie Smith is a sculptor based in County Cavan, Ireland making contemporary figurative sculpture using materials such as bronze, ceramic and Jesmonite. After graduating from Carmarthenshire College of Technology & Art in 1995, Marie started work at AB Fine Art Foundry in London where she trained as a mould-maker and wax worker. She returned to…

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