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Lauren Amalia Redding, figurative metalpoint, silverpoint

Lauren Amalia Redding, figurative metalpoint, silverpoint

June 8, 2016 | life drawing | No Comments

Within my art practice, I draw upon two primary influences: my mother’s Cuban family and their cultural and personal legacies, and the meticulous draftsmanship...

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Tom Montan, portrait of his mother for BP Prize

Tom Montan, portrait of his mother for BP Prize

This last year has been a tough one. My mom, had a short fight with cancer and passed peacefully in her sleep in August....

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David Jon Kassan, master figurative painter

David Jon Kassan, master figurative painter

Raw, poignant and profoundly honest, David Jon Kassan’s work aesthetically captures humanity in its true form. As an artist, Kassan acts as an empathetic...

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Janice Wahnich, bold portraits paintings & linocuts

Janice Wahnich, bold portraits paintings & linocuts

Artist – Portrait Painter – Print Maker Having studied Fine Art & Ceramics at Kingston University, I am now a London based artist, my...

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Becky Gottsegen, wonderful figurative ceramic sculpture

Becky Gottsegen, wonderful figurative ceramic sculpture

I turned 60 last September and have been struggling with the whole aging process. My latest work is an exploration of the psyche of...

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Maria Saracino, figurative sculpture, character art dolls

Maria Saracino, figurative sculpture, character art dolls

Canadian born, Maria Saracino began her career as a commercial artist. She discovered polymer clay in the mid 1990’s and has sculpted her way...

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