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Barry John Raybould, juicy brushstrokes, travels in Tibet

Barry John Raybould, juicy brushstrokes, travels in Tibet

In the Drepung Monastery in Tibet each summer, thousands of Tibetans from all over the country come together for a religious meeting and to...

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Chris Roberts-Antieau, telling stories with fabric

Chris Roberts-Antieau, telling stories with fabric

Telling stories with fabrics comes naturally to Chris Roberts-Antieau. She uses bits of fabrics for her paintbox and creates wonderful narratives that illustrate her...

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Judith Carducci, portrait paintings in pastel

Judith Carducci, portrait paintings in pastel

When I was a child, my art teacher had me copy “Holbein Heads” – drawings by the great Hans Holbein, portraitist to the court...

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Hollis Chatelain, figurative fine art textiles

Hollis Chatelain, figurative fine art textiles

Hollis Chatelain is an internationally recognized and award-winning fine artist specialized in textile art. Through works that address challenging social, environmental, and political themes,...

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Haley Hasler, bold self portraits

Haley Hasler, bold self portraits

Portrait as Tamer The self-portrait confronts the viewer with an outward representation of the inner self. Here is the exterior as seen by the...

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Iris Nardini, figurative sculpture from Canada

Iris Nardini, figurative sculpture from Canada

Iris Nardini is a figurative sculptor based in Victoria, British Columbia. Iris works in clay, bronze and steel to explore the formal tensions of...

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