Category figurative painting

Graeme Balchin, the artist’s journey & craft of painting

Graeme Balchin, the artist’s journey & craft of painting

December 11, 2019 | figurative painting | No Comments

I have been diagnosed with cancer myself and the first thing you learn is loving your family is the top priority of life and...

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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...

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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...

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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...

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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...

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Betsy Podlach, sensuous figurative abstract expressionism

Betsy Podlach, sensuous figurative abstract expressionism

What type of painter am I? I am a figurative painter who paints according to certain traditions – the creation of space (vs. mimicking...

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