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Joseph A. Miller, figures in the landscape

Joseph A. Miller, figures in the landscape

June 21, 2020 | figurative painting | No Comments

Joseph A. Miller is an Associate Professor of Art at S.U.N.Y. Buffalo State, where he has taught drawing and painting since 1997. His work...

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Amanda Grae Platner, perseverance amid challenge & the psychology of choice

Amanda Grae Platner, perseverance amid challenge & the psychology of choice

My work explores discipline- perseverance amid challenge, and the psychology of choice, with a focus on painting and durational/endurance performance. Increasingly, the viewer is...

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Patricia Watwood, principle subject is the sacred feminine

Patricia Watwood, principle subject is the sacred feminine

Artist Statement I am a figurative artist working in the classical forms of oil painting and drawing media. I use narrative structures like symbols...

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Mardie Rees, figurative sculptures capture love & pain

Mardie Rees, figurative sculptures capture love & pain

Mardie Rees is a fine artist and figurative sculptor who is native to the Pacific Northwest. Born into a creative household, her childhood was...

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Cristina Córdova, breathtaking ceramic figurative sculpture

Cristina Córdova, breathtaking ceramic figurative sculpture

March 11, 2020 | figurative sculpture | No Comments

Cristina Córdova received a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Puerto Rico in Mayagüez and continued to earn a Master of Fine Arts...

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Cheryl Tall, figurative clay sculpture with character

Cheryl Tall, figurative clay sculpture with character

February 22, 2020 | ceramics, figurative sculpture | No Comments

Cheryl Tall is a Southern California-based artist whose work focuses on the relationships between people and their environments, and often includes architectural and figurative...

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