Australian First Nations Art by Danielle Burford

By on January 10, 2012, in Paintings

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When someone is asking me why I paint I will answer because it is my pleasure and because I love it, in reality thou, many (if not all) artists are painting to send message or to show their attitude towards something. In my category as I am Aboriginal Australian, I am trying to keep many aspects of the cultural reasons, that guided my ancestors to paint.
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Fantasticas Pinturas por Carlos Galvan

By on January 6, 2012, in Illustrations , Paintings

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Pintor, dibujante extraordinario y arquitecto de lo imaginario. Gaván utiliza técnicas del oleo, acrílico, carboncillo y acuarela. Sus lienzos contienen la fantasía arquitectónica y urbanística con el objetivo de atrapar en sus espacios el pensamiento de los espectadores. Click here for more »


Serene Plein Air Oil Paintings by Kathleen M. Robison

By on January 1, 2012, in Paintings
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Kathleen loves painting the California coast in Laguna Beach, CA

Kathleen’s painting style can be described as Expressive Impressionism taking cues from the California impressionist masters, as well as traditional French Impressionists. Her main focus is on the California coast and the surrounding beauty in the landscapes of Southern California. With smooth, loose brushstrokes, and a radiant beautiful colors she seeks to convey the feeling of the calm serene beauty of nature.

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Increible Pintura Contemporanea por Christine Krainock

By on December 27, 2011, in Paintings

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Christine pinta cuadros al oleo y al acrilico. Su arte es moderno y abstracto. Se especializa en texturas de flores, arboles y paisages, utilizando colores metalicos.
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Most Expensive Painting Ever Sold – Jackson Pollock’s Number 5

By on December 20, 2011, in Paintings

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Jackson Pollock’s Number 5 was sold at Sotheby’s in November of 2006 for a record $140 million dollars, the highest price ever paid at auction for a painting, to an unknown buyer. The dimensions of this painting are 243.8 x 121.9 cm and belongs to the Drip period. You may love it or hate it, but it can’t leave you indifferent.
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Edgeworth Johnstone | Contemporary Expressionism Paintings

By on December 16, 2011, in Paintings

Contemporary Expressionism Paintings by Edgeworth Johnstone

Edgeworth Johnstone, born Brussels 1977, lives in Muswell Hill, North London, UK.
A link to his website is at the end of this article, or google “Edgeworth Johnstone”.

orchestra Edgeworth Johnstone | Contemporary Expressionism Paintings
Orchestra | oil on canvas | 6 foot x 5 foot


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Stained Glass on Canvas by Rae Chichilnitsky

By on December 13, 2011, in Paintings

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Original paintings (acrylic and relief outliner on canvas) that utilize unique technique to produce an effect of stained-glass on canvas. Bold, vivid and completely original
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Original Paintings, Giclee Prints, Greeting Cards by Karen Smith

By on December 12, 2011, in Paintings

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Local Orlando artist Karen Smith has beautiful acrylic paintings waiting to be showcased and sold.
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A Blind Artist – Matthew Rhodes

By on December 6, 2011, in Paintings

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In 1995, whilst serving in the British Army after completing a summer tour of Bosnia, I suffered from a serious accident. From this accident I received two blood clots to the center of my brain and from these blood clots I was in a coma for roughly ten weeks, and from this received a number of disabilities; classed as totally blind, but I can see a little, paralyzed down my right hand side, short term memory loss, my emotions so now I can never cry, but also can never be over happy.   Click here for more »


Gary Miller-Youst Artwork

By on December 5, 2011, in Paintings

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Born 1943 in Colorado. Studied at Colorado University and Canbourne in England. Grandfather Frederick E. Miller famous Photographer of the Crow Indians–1890’s.
Owned the Galerie Miller Youst in Montreal in the 1970’s & 80’s. At present, also a Film Actor (IMDb) working in LA and San Francisco. Former Athlete.
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