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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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Marianne Pados, figurative painting from Norway

Marianne Pados, figurative painting from Norway

Marianne Pados was born in Budapest. Before her mid twenties she moved to Norway. She got her artistic education at the Faculty of Fine...

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Carla Golembe, Why I Continue to Paint Joy & Beauty

Carla Golembe, Why I Continue to Paint Joy & Beauty

November 28, 2015 | figurative painting | No Comments

I’ve often thought that as humans we straddle the river of our potential with one foot on each bank. Our capacity for love and...

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Tricia Cline, Exiles in Lower Utopia

Tricia Cline, Exiles in Lower Utopia

EXILES IN LOWER UTOPIA This body of work is an ode to the Animal, its ability to perceive, and our return to that perception....

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Private art collection, Utrecht, Netherlands

Private art collection, Utrecht, Netherlands

After visiting family in South Africa, we spent four nights in Utrecht, Netherlands, staying Airbnb with our host Cees (pronounced Keese). Dennis had originally...

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Chantal Littleton, painting our guardian angels

Chantal Littleton, painting our guardian angels

Chantal Littleton is a French born artist who grew up in Morocco, where the rich intensity of the sun bursts upon the earth like...

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