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S. Richard Shook, painting shared experiences

S. Richard Shook, painting shared experiences

B. 1955, Mason City Iowa. B.A Art and Design, Iowa State University, College of Design, 1983. Winner of the Janice Peterson Anderson award during his final semester. He started his career as an architectural illustrator for Bloodgood Architects, in Des Moines, later he moved to New Hampshire and worked with Matarazzo Design and returned to…

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Consuelo Hernández, considered important contemporary Spanish artist

Consuelo Hernández, considered important contemporary Spanish artist

November 30, 2019 | figurative painting | No Comments

CONSUELO HERNÁNDEZ is Spanish figurative painter, in the current of realism, considered among the most important contemporary Spanish artists. Born in Tornavacas (Cáceres) within a family of artists, at the age of seven, her passion for drawing objects and people around them had begun. She traveled with her family from her hometown to Madrid, to…

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Austyn Taylor, humorist narrative, ceramic sculpture

Austyn Taylor, humorist narrative, ceramic sculpture

November 27, 2019 | ceramics, figurative sculpture | No Comments

Austyn Taylor’s panpsychist humorist narrative has led to the creation of a world of repeated characters: lion, bull, horse, deer, duck, predator, prey etc. Each piece is a declaration, a statement; the works exist as an optimistic reframe from the banalities of western narrative. ​Austyn Taylor hails from Rochester, NY. A nomadic sculptor who creates…

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Chippie Kennedy, figurative nude sculpture

Chippie Kennedy, figurative nude sculpture

November 13, 2019 | figurative sculpture | No Comments

Chippie Kennedy’s work is driven by her fascination with the presentation of the human form. She began in fashion design, exploring the movement of the body in cloth, but her desire to understand the human form led her to sculpture. Her transition from cloth to clay parallels the search for the inner self, for understanding…

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Geoffrey Laurence, Painting is about looking not speaking

Geoffrey Laurence, Painting is about looking not speaking

November 6, 2019 | figurative painting | No Comments

I was born in Patterson, New Jersey not long after the end of World WII. My parents were naturalized Americans, refugees from Silesia (a country that no longer exists) and holocaust survivors. When I was 4, my parents moved to England, where I was educated and lived for the next 38 yrs. I attended three…

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John Kelly, using traditional techniques for modern sensibility

John Kelly, using traditional techniques for modern sensibility

October 26, 2019 | figurative painting | No Comments

I was born in Paris, where I live now, and grew up in New York. I’ve been drawing and painting since childhood. I went to School of Visual Arts in the 1980s, and participated in the East Village Art Scene at the time, showing at 301 Houston Street Gallery, and Ground Zero Gallery. My work…

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