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Renee Rouillier, magic & power of long forgotten fables and folklore

Renee Rouillier, magic & power of long forgotten fables and folklore

ARTIST STATEMENT “My work is greatly influenced by the art of the Surrealist and German Expressionist; art with an edge, dark side, or altered state of reality that resides somewhere in the unknown. Within this reality exists gateways to the magic and power of long forgotten fables and folklore, mythological creatures, the supernatural, and hybrids…

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Carole Belliveau, strongly rooted in renaissance religious iconic art with gold leaf

Carole Belliveau, strongly rooted in renaissance religious iconic art with gold leaf

My Inspiration is grounded in the spirit of the natural world. My paintings depict the beautiful, ethereal, sacred and eternal as a visual counterpoint to the profane in contemporary culture. The idealized child is a frequent symbol of this vision. Like a sprite she changes as effortlessly as a chameleon from the reality of the…

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Miguel del Rey, depicting the nude body and its infinite expressive ability

Miguel del Rey, depicting the nude body and its infinite expressive ability

July 14, 2018 | figurative sculpture | No Comments

Miguel Del-Rey Vergara is a Spanish sculptor and figurative artist. Born and raised in Madrid, Spain. Miguel is a graduate from the Academy of Art University in San Francisco, CA where he earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts in 2018, at the same enrolling in the Art Student’s League of New York in September 2016….

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Marilyn Wylder, nude figure drawing & printmaking

Marilyn Wylder, nude figure drawing & printmaking

July 11, 2018 | nude painting | No Comments

An expatriate New Yorker, Marilyn Wylder now lives and works in San Francisco with artist husband, David Milazzo. Education includes a B.A. and M.A. from San Francisco State University in English with emphases in Creative Writing and Linguistics. As for art education, Marilyn pieced that together herself, studying drawing with Linda Hope and Diane Olivier,…

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Wikje Schoon, figurative stone sculpture from Netherlands

Wikje Schoon, figurative stone sculpture from Netherlands

June 20, 2018 | figurative sculpture | No Comments

The sculptures made by Wikje seem realistic at first glance, but she plays with the perception of the viewer. Behind the apparent beauty lies the visualization of vulnerability and desolation. The characters are purely fictional with a social existential theme. Apparent realism and technical craftsmanship are used as a medium to reinforce her concepts. The…

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AMERICA’S TOP 25 GALLERIES & MUSEUMS vote on your online art images

AMERICA’S TOP 25 GALLERIES & MUSEUMS vote on your online art images

AMERICA’S TOP 25 GALLERIES & MUSEUMS vote on your online art images (all countries welcome). 3 CASH PRIZES. All 50 categories will have 1st to 6th Place winners. DEADLINE JULY 30. PRESTIGIOUS AWARD. Only $25 per submission. Info at www.AmericanArtAwards.com. (At the site you can also see this year’s voting galleries/museums and 10 years of…

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