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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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Chris Mars, my mission: free the oppressed, champion the persecuted

Chris Mars, my mission: free the oppressed, champion the persecuted

April 22, 2020 | figurative painting | No Comments

2005​​ I learned it first from my Brother. He didn’t teach me; I watched it. They will pin a word on your chest and use it against you. They will create a word that’s excuse to take your humanity away. I saw it happen to him. ​ And everyday, this: A word to make you…

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Jane Jaskevich, figurative sculpture in stone

Jane Jaskevich, figurative sculpture in stone

April 18, 2020 | figurative sculpture | No Comments

My stone sculptures are mystical in nature. An AJC reviewer once said ” Jane creates dreams in stone”. My art reflects the coexistence of the conscious and subconscious, the symbolic and literal, and the ancient and modern. I am a direct carver. I draw directly on the stone. With an idea in my mind, I…

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Lannie Hart, exploring female sexuality & empowerment

Lannie Hart, exploring female sexuality & empowerment

Lannie Hart is a sculptor and painter born in Jacksonville, Florida. Raised in a family of creative women, Hart was exposed as a child to needle crafts, painting and the possibilities of making art from found objects. These inspirational women had a major impact on her development as an artist. After graduating from Virginia Commonwealth…

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Amanda Grae Platner, perseverance amid challenge & the psychology of choice

Amanda Grae Platner, perseverance amid challenge & the psychology of choice

My work explores discipline- perseverance amid challenge, and the psychology of choice, with a focus on painting and durational/endurance performance. Increasingly, the viewer is required to perform an action to complete the work. For example, Stand Back, I’m Busy [All These Options Series- No.1] and Go Ahead, Take It/ Bait and Switch read as abstract…

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