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Arcadia Contemporary Portraiture 2020

Arcadia Contemporary Portraiture 2020

Arcadia Contemporary Portraiture 2020 has just ended. Click for full catalogue of many beautiful figurative works of art at this dynamic fine art gallery in Pasadena, CA MARY JANE ANSELL – WALES BEN ASHTON – ENGLAND LO CHAN PENG – TAIWAN LORIBELLE SPIROVSKI – AUSTRALIA WILL ST. JOHN – U.S. Arcadia Contemporary

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Aron Wiesenfeld, leaving innocence behind

Aron Wiesenfeld, leaving innocence behind

February 5, 2020 | figurative painting | No Comments

Ages Of Innocence Aron Wiesenfeld & Christopher Noulton Exhibition dates: February 7-29 2020 JAMES FREEMAN GALLERY 354 UPPER STREET – LONDON N1 0PD – UK Aron Wiesenfeld is an American painter renowned for enigmatic work. His figures in solitary landscapes capture a sense of departure and of leaving innocence behind. Decidedly contemporary, the scenes are…

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The Florence Academy of Art Videos & Lectures now available on Patreon

The Florence Academy of Art Videos & Lectures now available on Patreon

The Florence Academy of Art Videos & Lectures now available on Patreon!Patreon is a subscription website, and the Florence Academy is excited to use this platform for educating and inspiring artists about the craft of painting and sculpture. “The Florence Academy of Art Collective” is a new source for thoughtful, artistic and educational videos, filmed inside…

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Dan Shupe, Neo-expressionistic style & bawdy humor

Dan Shupe, Neo-expressionistic style & bawdy humor

Dan Shupe was born in Colorado, in the late 1930’s. He grew up in Venice, California where he started sculpting at an early age. He took many trips to Mexico and was profoundly influenced by the local folk artists. Dan moved to the East Coast in the late 1950’s, where he studied with Franz Klein…

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Tony Heath, fresh & lively life paintings

Tony Heath, fresh & lively life paintings

Tony is an invigorating contemporary artist based in Gloucestershire. His work celebrates the pleasure of movement and colour through an original and vibrant style. He creates work which is ambitious, unrestrained, determined and exciting. “Painting is essentially a two dimensional art and a fascination for me is to create the impression of depth through the…

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Sigmund Abeles, expressive & psychological figurative painting

Sigmund Abeles, expressive & psychological figurative painting

Sigmund Abeles was born 1934 in New York City and raised in South Carolina. His work deals with the expressive and psychological aspects of the figure; an art focused on the life cycle. Drawing informs all of his work. Abeles works in pastels, oils and the graphic media as well as sculpture. Currently Professor Emeritus…

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