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Kathryn Jacobi, Sleepwalking through the Apocalypse

Kathryn Jacobi, Sleepwalking through the Apocalypse

September 28, 2019 | figurative painting | No Comments

Sleepwalking through the Apocalypse is a group of images that initially addressed my shock and horror at seeing the Twin Towers come crashing down....

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Anne Beletic, splashy watercolor girls

Anne Beletic, splashy watercolor girls

Signature member Southwestern Watercolor Society, jury selected for “Splash 19, the Best of Watercolor” Northern light publications, solo exhibit American Airlines, winner “As the...

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Koo Schadler, portraits in egg tempera & silverpoint

Koo Schadler, portraits in egg tempera & silverpoint

Koo Schadler graduated from Tufts University in 1984 with a BA in Art History. After graduation she traveled throughout Europe and eventually settled in...

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Robyn Cochran-Ragland, lively pastel life drawings

Robyn Cochran-Ragland, lively pastel life drawings

I am forever pulled by the simplicity and complexity of the human figure. I attempt to capture a pose quickly and fluently. The figure...

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Deborah Bowe, the complex frailty of the human soul

Deborah Bowe, the complex frailty of the human soul

ARTIST STATEMENT Creating art is my recollection of fragments of emotions, moods and feelings that are transferred and visualized onto canvas. I portray the...

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Inez Storer, an imagined surreal journey

Inez Storer, an imagined surreal journey

My work usually has an aspect of implied history, both through the use of the figure as well as objects that are a part...

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