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Audrey Anastasi Last Updated: 10/29/17
I work directly, quickly, unabashedly, with broad brushes, using my non-dominant left hand, in order to keep the process essential, spontaneous, even risky.
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Patricia Arnillas Last Updated: 03/13/15
Using ancient myths as a starting point, I have developed a personal esthetic where my expressionistic style and visceral brushstrokes transform a narrative content into a visual experience.
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Akwesi M Asante Last Updated: 07/24/17
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Noa Bornstein Last Updated: 07/18/17
Figurative sculptures and drawings, exploring the human and animal in ceramic, plaster, wax, clay, and drawing media.
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Maya Brown Last Updated: 06/28/12
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sandra b cohen Last Updated: 01/22/16
My drawings and mixed media artworks on paper emphasize, yet are not limited to, the aesthetics of organic and non-organic forms.
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Danielle Czirmer Last Updated: 07/14/17
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Michael Davis Last Updated: 04/21/11
Michael Davis paintings and drawings
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Marcy R. Edelstein Last Updated: 04/12/18
My objective is to create a visual language about transformation, one that speaks to the viewer directly through the strength and presence of its primal, iconic form and is informed by biology, natural history and evolutionary theory.
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Benjamin Edmiston Last Updated: 12/30/14
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Brenda Ferebee Last Updated: 08/02/15
Currently, my work consists of charcoal portraits of individuals from all walks of life regardless of sex, race, orientation or status.
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Carmella Gullo Last Updated: 12/29/16
"Art is the knowledge of how to become joined to the soul of the world". - from Giordano Bruno and The Hermetic Tradition
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Wendy Hansen Last Updated: 06/30/15
Wendy Hansen’s provocative, expressive and unconventional figurative drawings, sculptures and monumental portraits expertly convey complex, conflicting, raw human emotions.
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Amy E Harper Last Updated: 05/12/18
Amy Harpers' large scale figure work is solely about the basic human condition, relatable by all and free from bias or trends.
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Morgan Seth Horowitz Last Updated: 05/15/14
Flash art, aiming for a striking impression.
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RODRIGO IMAZ Last Updated: 08/10/10
Rodrigo relates his graphic work with site-specific strategies to investigate the blurry limits between time and space. Through poetical analogies of Nature and anthropogenic events his work emphasises the inadequacies of human reason.
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Don Lisy Last Updated: 11/13/15
Deconstructing and articulating concepts masquerading as beauty
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Brian Matthew Blair Last Updated: 03/17/15
There tend to be some recurring subjects and themes I work with. I can list these as: history, science, survival, people, nearly extinct animals and plants, archaic technology, ancient jars and bowls… I am sure there is more...
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Suzanne T Meehan Last Updated: 08/07/17
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Heather Merckle Last Updated: 12/09/16
In multimedia explorations merging art and science through metaphor and visual experience, I have been exploring the philosophical and spatial state of time, dark matter, gravity, and the presence of asteroids.
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