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Les Satinover, male & female nudes in the landscape

Les Satinover, male & female nudes in the landscape

October 14, 2015 | figurative painting | No Comments

I see the world through a tactile lens, sensing volume, form, light and shade – suggesting an engagement with the infinite, into the deep...

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Helaine Schneider, figurative ceramic sculpture

Helaine Schneider, figurative ceramic sculpture

The law of Polarity states that in the duality that exists there are two poles, or opposites of everything. Polarity represents the two extremes...

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Jocelyn Braxton Armstrong, figurative ceramic sculpture

Jocelyn Braxton Armstrong, figurative ceramic sculpture

Gesture is what interests me. Body language is beguiling. Gesture naturally conveys movement but can also be passive or submissive, playful or seductive, regal...

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Brett Williams, studio visit, Cape Town, South Africa

Brett Williams, studio visit, Cape Town, South Africa

Before recent trip to South Africa, I did an image search for “Cape Town figurative artist.” Images of Brett’s work were very close to...

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Rhonda Ferling, romantic contemporary realism from Australia

Rhonda Ferling, romantic contemporary realism from Australia

“I try to capture the essense of the sensual women, here in this study, full of attitude, but also somehow fragile. I have used...

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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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