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Gregory Grenon, representation of pure emotion, oils on glass

Gregory Grenon, representation of pure emotion, oils on glass

I lived in Detroit, Michigan with my mother and father and three sisters for twenty-five years. When I left there, I was a working...

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Kathryn Jacobi, Sleepwalking through the Apocalypse

Kathryn Jacobi, Sleepwalking through the Apocalypse

September 28, 2019 | figurative painting | No Comments

Sleepwalking through the Apocalypse is a group of images that initially addressed my shock and horror at seeing the Twin Towers come crashing down....

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Jason deCaires Taylor, underwater sculpture museums

Jason deCaires Taylor, underwater sculpture museums

Earthworks or Land Art In 1968, the Virginia Dwan Gallery in New York hosted a ground breaking exhibition called EARTH WORKS that redefined the...

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Koo Schadler, portraits in egg tempera & silverpoint

Koo Schadler, portraits in egg tempera & silverpoint

Koo Schadler graduated from Tufts University in 1984 with a BA in Art History. After graduation she traveled throughout Europe and eventually settled in...

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Byron Taylor, female form as reflection of the Goddess

Byron Taylor, female form as reflection of the Goddess

For as long as I can remember, I’ve been an artist. My mother was an artist, so, as a child, the materials and inspirations...

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Robyn Cochran-Ragland, lively pastel life drawings

Robyn Cochran-Ragland, lively pastel life drawings

I am forever pulled by the simplicity and complexity of the human figure. I attempt to capture a pose quickly and fluently. The figure...

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