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Deborah Bowe, the complex frailty of the human soul

Deborah Bowe, the complex frailty of the human soul

ARTIST STATEMENT Creating art is my recollection of fragments of emotions, moods and feelings that are transferred and visualized onto canvas. I portray the...

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David Mayernik, working in the way of the Old Masters

David Mayernik, working in the way of the Old Masters

The classical art of the Renaissance tradition is rooted in drawing. It is this fundamental skill that allows the painter to design buildings, the...

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Renee Rouillier, magic & power of long forgotten fables and folklore

Renee Rouillier, magic & power of long forgotten fables and folklore

ARTIST STATEMENT “My work is greatly influenced by the art of the Surrealist and German Expressionist; art with an edge, dark side, or altered...

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Phadungsak Khaewpong, people inventing their own world

Phadungsak Khaewpong, people inventing their own world

May 16, 2018 | figurative painting | No Comments

The artist Phadungsak Khaewpong was born in the Thai province of Chanthaburi and was raised in a natural setting until he came to live...

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Michel Angela Petersen, gloriously irreverent figurative ceramic sculpture

Michel Angela Petersen, gloriously irreverent figurative ceramic sculpture

Like chapters in a good novel, Michel’s art career is an adventure in progress. Finding her art process on a remote island in Southern...

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Denisa Prochazka, large relief sculptures, classical & contemporary materials

Denisa Prochazka, large relief sculptures, classical & contemporary materials

ARTIST STATEMENT “The desire to shape clay in my hands resembled something divine to me, an unspoken element of the hidden nature of what...

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