Eternity by Kavitha Saminathan
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01-01-2017

The one thing that modern art gives us, such as that by Kavitha Saminathan,  is canvasses of pure delight. No longer is it necessary for viewers of art to be well informed of the story behind a painting or the absolute context of a visual work. Because of the way art has grown since the …
Michelle Larsen Fine Art at Grand Teton Gallery
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23-11-2016

To see a painting by visual artist, Michelle Larsen, is an encounter with the extraordinary a painter performs upon a canvas. Most painters paint life scenes in two dimension using oil or acrylic paints. Even in abstract works of art using mixed media we don’t see this kind of application. Looking at an image does …
Summer on the Dordogne by Steven Christian Reed
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04-11-2016

Memory Lane was never so charming before the artist Steven Christian Reed put it to canvas. Beautifully unorthodox in his approach to art, Reed captures, not just a subject onto canvas, but the impression of the hazy recollection and naive understanding of the world seen through children’s eyes. His unique adaptations for post-impressionist techniques make …
Dreamscape No 0401 by Milly Martionou
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26-06-2016

The art of Milly Martionou makes me smile, not just because her art is bristling with optimistic paroxysms of delight, but also, on a far more simple level, because the name of her artistic style tickles my proverbial funny bone. Just days ago I finished an article about Rachael Bingaman’s style of art, Abstract Realism, …
Tapography by Barbi Leifert
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13-06-2016

Complexity is only the multiplicity of simplicity –Peter Milyneux Barbi Leifert is the art lover’s artist because her paintings stand at the crossroads of multiple styles of art. She classifies her art as abstract expressionism. Far be it from me to argue with an artist about his or her own art, but a Leifert painting simply doesn’t …

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11-03-2016

Arts, Artists, Artwork interviews artist Mandy Joy. How did you get started with art? Art was always a hobby I enjoyed and sometimes felt good at. I never assumed I could be successful in making it a career though. When my husband and I bought a house with lots of large white walls, I just …
Rue du Boeuf au Vieux Lyon, 36 x 36 cm palette knife oil painting on canvas by Mona Edulesco
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04-03-2016

First time I saw a palette knife painting by Mona Edulesco, I gasped. Her bright vibrant colors and bold artwork spoke volumes of warm and enjoyable times. Her paintings are very much appreciated internationally and you can buy art paintings from her through our site.