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Fred Hatt, drawing with energy

Fred Hatt, drawing with energy

My work is an art of movement, rhythm and feeling. For me what is important is not conceptual or iconographic content, but process and...

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Michael Reedy

Michael Reedy

February 20, 2012 | figurative painting | No Comments

Michael Reedy is an Associate Professor at Eastern Michigan University where he teaches all levels of drawing for the Art Department. He received his...

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Francis Olivier Brunet, contemporary figurative painting France

Francis Olivier Brunet, contemporary figurative painting France

February 6, 2012 | figurative painting | No Comments

Francis-Olivier Brunet est né en 1962 en France. Après une courte carrière de sportif de haut niveau, Francis-Olivier Brunet se consacre à la peinture...

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Maggie Toole, Circulism, colored pencil portraiture

Maggie Toole, Circulism, colored pencil portraiture

January 9, 2012 | life drawing | 2 Comments

Maggie Toole Circulism Using colored pencils, I draw no lines at all…only varied, overlapped and intertwined circles. Building seemingly transparent layers, incorporating all color....

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A Day in The Life by Amy Bernays

A Day in The Life by Amy Bernays

October 18, 2010 | life drawing | No Comments

A Day in The Life by Amy Bernays Strippers are much prettier than your average life-drawing model. But drawing in there is like playing...

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Pnina Granirer, figurative painting and live dancers collaborative performance

Pnina Granirer, figurative painting and live dancers collaborative performance

Video of collaborative performance between figurative artist Pnina Granirer’s artwork and live dancers Dance Umbrella Dance Company in 2005. “I’ll ask my webmaster to...

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