Olga Pasechnikova

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Graduated from several educational institutions including the State Academy of Fine Arts named after I E Repin of St.Petersburg,Russia , Olga Pasechnikova is an artist with a diversified artistic background and giving her preference to the oil, water-colour and soft pastel mediums. Her personal web-site:http/www.olgapasechnikova.com includes images of works, which have been exhibited at numerous galleries across Australia, Russia and Europe.

Don Rankin

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Don Rankin is a full time professor in the School of the Arts, Samford University, Birmingham Alabama. His paintings are found in numerous corporate and private collections. He is a noted author of several watercolor techniques books. Don is listed in Who’s Who in America, Who’s Who in American Art and Who’s Who in American […]

Andrew Moore

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New England realist artist, Andrew Gordon Moore operates a studio and gallery in Harhaven, Oak Bluffs, on the Massachusetts island of Martha’s Vineyard. He is a realist painter, working in watercolor, egg tempera and oil. As a hunter, fisherman, sailor, and self-taught naturalist, the world outdoors is the inspiration for his paintings. Andrew’s art reveals […]

Chingiz Abassov

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Graduated from the Academy of Art and Design in St.Petersburg( Russia), Chingiz Abassov is an artist with a background in monumental arts. On his personal site are images of his works, which have been exhibited in art galleries in the USA and Europe since 1989. You can see his CV and visuals at: http://www.abassovart.com Chingiz […]

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Richard Stone Royal Portrait Painter

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Richard Stone has painted portraits of the Royal Family for nearly three decades. At the age of 22 he became Britain’s youngest royal portrait artist since Sir Thomas Lawrence painted Queen Charlotte in 1790 at the age of 21. Although he has had little formal art training, Richard Stone’s success is a direct result of […]

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William Ross Searle

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William Ross Searle was born and raised on Martha’s Vineyard Island. A 10th generation Island native, his early experiences with Island life and changing seasons is strongly etched into his paintings and drawings. He works comfortably with both acrylic and watercolor mediums. He paints New England, especially the perimeter of the seashore, where light, weather and tide unite with human activity in a rich pronouncement of man and his life.

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Interview with Jules Maidoff

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“The artist can only make art that comes from their life. That means that an artist must have a life: an intellectual life, a personal life. Art which is not borne in a life is sterile and scientific. It’s not very useful for helping others to explore the mystery of where we are, what we’re […]

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Laura Pelick

A touch of surreal with myth, and a flair for fantasy. Laura Pelick paints portraits of archetypal female power. To see more of Laura¬† Pelick’s paintings please visit http://fallenlights.net/.

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Shankar Art for the Soul

Living in the glow of the Rocky Mountains, S.S.Shankar is a Yogi known for his vibrant artwork, his deeply soulful writings, and his attentive skill as Siva Lingam Pujari. Now, S.S.Shankar unveils his 108 visionary paintings. In a kaleidoscope of variety and versatility, S.S.Shankar employs representational and abstract styles to speak of a philosophy that […]

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Theresa M Quirk

Watermedia featuring landscapes and idolistic subjects in the U.S., Ireland, & So, America.

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