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Meredith Spencer Mullins, feminine traditions in figurative painting

Meredith Spencer Mullins, feminine traditions in figurative painting

November 2, 2016 | figurative painting | No Comments

The “women at the bath” genre is one I have revisited over and over. From my perspective as a female painter, it is important...

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Guy Kinnear, exploring historic narratives

Guy Kinnear, exploring historic narratives

October 26, 2016 | figurative painting | No Comments

I am a contemporary figurative artist exploring historic narratives through collaborative processes. My most current artwork focuses on the myths of the Homunculus, or...

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Mikel Elam, storytelling through memory & dreams

Mikel Elam, storytelling through memory & dreams

October 15, 2016 | figurative painting | No Comments

Mikel Elam is a visual artist working primarily as a painter. His work focuses on storytelling through memory and dreams using the fragments of...

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Zhanna Martin – Characters in clay, figurative sculpture

Zhanna Martin – Characters in clay, figurative sculpture

September 24, 2016 | ceramics, figurative sculpture | No Comments

I’ve been drawn to art ever since I can remember. I grew up in Russia, in a small town in the province of Siberia....

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Misty Gamble, figurative ceramic sculpture on the edge

Misty Gamble, figurative ceramic sculpture on the edge

Misty Gamble’s work is inspired by the human figure and its infinite capacity for communication. This makes sense given that, as a child, Misty...

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Sharon McCoy, ceramics & sarcasm

Sharon McCoy, ceramics & sarcasm

I am a Christian, living a wonderful life as a farmer’s wife and the mother of two adult children in the rural farming community...

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