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Eric Zener, figurative paintings, water as primary element

Eric Zener, figurative paintings, water as primary element

Eric Zener has been painting for over 25 years. He is best known for his paintings with water as a primary element. Water has...

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Derek Overfield – Bold life drawings of Olympic athletes

Derek Overfield – Bold life drawings of Olympic athletes

September 3, 2016 | life drawing | No Comments

My work has always been influenced by the potential of the human body. Athletes, in particular, are an inspiration to me – as they...

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Stephen Layne, exceptional figurative sculpture

Stephen Layne, exceptional figurative sculpture

April 27, 2016 | figurative sculpture | No Comments

For over 25 years Stephen Layne has created exceptional bronze and wood sculpture works that show in select New York galleries. The National Sculpture...

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Sheri Bredeson, drawings & portraits in graphite

Sheri Bredeson, drawings & portraits in graphite

Graphite, charcoal on paper I have always marveled at the human form. As a child I was obsessed with ballet and all things Degas...

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Tom Montan, cycle racing portrait

Tom Montan, cycle racing portrait

May 18, 2012 | figurative painting | 1 Comment

Artist’s portrait of Levi Leipheimer welcomes racers at the start of the Amgen 2012 tour of California Amidst the sea of mass produced marketing...

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Richard Stuttle lively sports paintings

Richard Stuttle lively sports paintings

August 29, 2011 | figurative painting | No Comments

British painter Richard Stuttle isolates the intense, fleeting beauty of extreme sports in superbly crisp, spectacular and often-vertiginous oil compositions. From pristine slopes in...

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