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Adrienne Stein, romantic nudes in gorgeous petalled clouds

Adrienne Stein, romantic nudes in gorgeous petalled clouds

March 4, 2020 | figurative painting | No Comments

In a time in which figurative art has reached a pinnacle of quality, up-and-coming painters need more than just the know-how of old master techniques and the ability to paint over-idealized beauty. Perhaps as lovely and as temperate as Shakespeare’s love was to his summer’s day, the painted works by Adrienne Stein are ideal images…

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Karole Marois, emotional spiritual connections with water

Karole Marois, emotional spiritual connections with water

February 29, 2020 | figurative painting | No Comments

Karole Marois is a visual artist based in Prince Edward County Ontario. She was born and raised in the small francophone city of Eastview, east of Ottawa. A graduate of the Fine Arts program at the Ontario College of Art and Design in Toronto, she also holds a diploma from the Academy of Fine Arts…

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Katha Rossein, from physician to abstract figure painter

Katha Rossein, from physician to abstract figure painter

February 26, 2020 | nude painting | No Comments

I have spent my life creating safe spaces for patients to reveal themselves… In turn, painting has given me that safe space to reveal myself. The body is my medium- I see/feel/know the body as something that gives me inspiration. As a physician and artist it is the language with which I am most comfortable.Studying…

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Cheryl Tall, figurative clay sculpture with character

Cheryl Tall, figurative clay sculpture with character

February 22, 2020 | ceramics, figurative sculpture | No Comments

Cheryl Tall is a Southern California-based artist whose work focuses on the relationships between people and their environments, and often includes architectural and figurative elements. She is especially known for her pinch coil technique, which gives her work an unusual texture reminiscent of wood shingles or scales. Tall has derived inspiration from the study of…

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Lyndall Bass, bringing discipline, courage and passion to my art

Lyndall Bass, bringing discipline, courage and passion to my art

February 19, 2020 | figurative painting | No Comments

I paint Figure Paintings, Classic Still Life and Marionette Themes. I discovered serious art as a young child through my parent’s art collection, absorbing valuable lessons from master drawings and paintings. I first studied directly with professional artists, then won a Maryland state scholarship to the Corcoran Museum School in Washington D.C. Afterwards, I studied…

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Carole Belliveau, fine art dolls to figures in landscape

Carole Belliveau, fine art dolls to figures in landscape

My mother always told the story about me coming home from Kindergarten with a colored picture of a duck. She praised me for coloring within the lines only to find out from the teacher that I had drawn the duck myself. From that moment there was never any doubt that I was, and always would…

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