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Interview with Alan Feltus

Interview with Alan Feltus

Alan Feltus, one of our earliest members, sent me this lovely interview he had recently. Here’s an excerpt from it. Larry Groff: Do your...

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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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Sharon Sayegh, narrative figure painting

Sharon Sayegh, narrative figure painting

September 23, 2015 | figurative painting | No Comments

Working from memory, life, printed images, photographs, dreams and literature my images come from my personal experiences of life. For example, working from life...

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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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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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Zhanna Martin, sculptural ceramic portraits

Zhanna Martin, sculptural ceramic portraits

I portray people’s emotions, expressions, and human nature through clay. Through clay busts, I evoke the  human experience of smugness, carelessness, drunkenness, joy, sadness,...

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