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Alejandro Pasquale, intimate drawings from Argentina

Alejandro Pasquale, intimate drawings from Argentina

Paula writes – As I am traveling in the Southern Hemisphere in April, we’ll focus some blog posts on our artists who live around...

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Jim Kransberger, humorous figurative ceramic sculpture

Jim Kransberger, humorous figurative ceramic sculpture

February 14, 2015 | ceramics, figurative painting | No Comments

I am an aficionado of great one liner’s; have a passion for the narrative within editorial cartoons, especially those of The New Yorker magazine;...

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Lee Chapman, gringo painting in Mexican style

Lee Chapman, gringo painting in Mexican style

Studio visit with Lee Chapman aka Lencho and Nancy On our recent trip to Puerto Vallarta, we visited two figurative artists, Jose Marca and...

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Sara Lisch, figurative ceramic sculpture

Sara Lisch, figurative ceramic sculpture

January 31, 2015 | ceramics, figurative sculpture | No Comments

Much of my work is floating in the uncharted waters of the inner narrative. Interpersonal dynamics between people and their complicated relationships within themselves lead me to...

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Marsha Balian, imaginative mixed media people

Marsha Balian, imaginative mixed media people

I am self taught, often inventing my own technique which makes use of collage, drawing and painting. There are three elements that compel the...

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Stephanie J. Ryan, portraits of family gatherings

Stephanie J. Ryan, portraits of family gatherings

Family Gatherings “To keep silent too long is like letting water stagnate so that it rots.” –AUGUST STRINDBERG, The Ghost Sonata This work represents...

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