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Category portrait painting - Page 16

Tom Montan, painting the homeless

Tom Montan, painting the homeless

My current work is a series of portraits (48″ x 48″ oil on wood panels) that focuses on the growing homeless population in America...

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"Storytellers" Figurative Clay Exhibition

"Storytellers" Figurative Clay Exhibition

“Storytellers”, 10 sculptors working in clay   Clayton Galleries, Tampa, FL, March 29-April 30, 2011 Cheryl Tall Gerit Grimm Cynthia Siegel Angel Dicosolo Magda...

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How Alice Neel revived portraiture

How Alice Neel revived portraiture

By Douglas Britt Alice Neel – a portrait painter during an era when portraiture was considered obsolete – was heading into old age by...

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Ellen Milinich, portraitist & surgical technician

Ellen Milinich, portraitist & surgical technician

Besides being a busy charcoal portraitist I have a full time Job in the Labor and Delivery floor of the local hospital as a...

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Rory Coyne in National Self-Portrait Exhibition

Rory Coyne in National Self-Portrait Exhibition

Rory Coyne was recently featured in the 6th Annual National Self-Portrait Exhibition, which showed through August at the Zhou B Art Center Open Studio...

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Sandhi Schimmel Gold, recycled art

Sandhi Schimmel Gold, recycled art

I create fine art with a green heart. I have been a painter all my life, about 10 years ago, I began incorporating other...

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