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Artist Profile: Sheila Blake

You think it is just a house. An ordinary house with trees. Bushes. Clouds. But wait. There is an undeniable vibration. A quivering. For...

Artist Profile: Nancy Arbuthnot

Nancy Arbuthnot is writing and painting the poetry of existence. It is about the sounds and images we often ignore in our daily hustle,...

Artist Profile: Kathryn Wiley

Ideas float. They expand. And contract. They take on the appearances of reality and then float away as you try to capture and clearly...

Artist Profile: Kathy Turner

Sailors on shore leave in NYC are “grabbing a moment.” It was a moment grabbed by many sailors and soldiers in World War II,...

Artist Profile: Robin Harris

It’s about food, but it’s not about food. It is really about intensity: The color. The commanding compositions. The demanding scrutiny of the ordinary....

Artist Profile: James Klumpner  

His titles are numbers, not names. The paintings are the artist’s personal thoughts, visually presented—no definitions or declarations. They’re simply a launch pad for...

Artist Profile: Michael Francis

Sometimes it’s the world you don’t really see when you’re scurrying along. The painting can be a sketchy suggestion of an actual place—like “Iceland...
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