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Kelsey Kilcrease, brushy oil portraits

Kelsey Kilcrease, brushy oil portraits

I’m a Texas based artist, born and reared in sandy El Paso, TX. I attended the University of North Texas, where I received my...

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Suzanne Storer, figurative ceramic sculpture

Suzanne Storer, figurative ceramic sculpture

The excellent eye/hand coordination I was born with has played a large role in my success as an artist. I knew as a child...

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Maidy Morhous, lost wax bronze sculpture

Maidy Morhous, lost wax bronze sculpture

Maidy Morhous has observed firsthand tragedies and inequities of mankind in many regions of the world.  A seasoned traveler, she finds inspiration for her...

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Marion Evamy, paintings in vivid colors

Marion Evamy, paintings in vivid colors

February 19, 2014 | figurative painting | No Comments

All my life, I have been fascinated by the energy and joy of colour. It seems as though many people are scared of strong...

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Franck de Las Mercedes, advice on dealing with criticism

Franck de Las Mercedes, advice on dealing with criticism

November 19, 2013 | figurative painting | No Comments

Words of advice from Franck de Las Mercedes: A fellow artist writes to ask how I deal with family criticism, indifference or disapproval of my...

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Franck de Las Mercedes, provocative portraits in bold color

Franck de Las Mercedes, provocative portraits in bold color

April 2, 2013 | figurative painting | No Comments

Franck de Las Mercedes is a Nicaraguan born painter raised in New York City. With a self-obtained education, straight from the aisles of the...

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