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On the Edge

  “The Yellow Farmhouse”, 10×8, Tony D’Amico.  This painting has bee juried into the 1st Spring Best of America SMALL PAINTING Exhibition in Nashville, TN When faced with the blank canvas, perhaps edges are not foremost in the artist’s mind.  … Continue reading

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Ann Kraft Walker: Quiet Beauty

“White on White”, 20×24, Oil, Private Collection The quiet calm and muted colors of paintings by Ann Kraft Walker emanate a sense of peace and well-being.  These carefully painted scenes of everyday objects are soothing to the eye, with just … Continue reading

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Loren DiBenedetto: Contemporary Realist

“Acorns and Green Glass” 14×18, Oil on Linen.  This painting has bee juried into the 1st Spring Best of America SMALL PAINTING Exhibition in Nashville, TN. The exquisite detail in paintings by Loren DiBenedetto are a hallmark of her work.  … Continue reading

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1st Spring SMALL PAINTING National Juried Exhibition

“Decommissioned”, 12×16, Oil on Linen by Crystal Brown The 1st Spring SMALL PAINTING National Juried Exhibition promises to be one of the best presented by the National Oil & Acrylic Painters’ Society.  With 893 entries for the jury of selection … Continue reading

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Adam Clague: The 4 Actions for Accurate Proportions

  “More Whipped Cream”, 24×14, Oil on Linen, Private Collection One of the most valuable lessons I learned at art school was the 4 Actions for Accurate Proportions.  With just 4 actions, you can draw absolutely anything under the sun…with … Continue reading

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Rick J. Delanty: ‘What’s Important Now’

“Uprising”, 18×24, Acrylic, Collection of the Artist, San Clemente, CA “As a man thinks, so is he.” -Proverbs 23:7 After having been painting professionally now for over thirty years, it appears to me that there are two major facets to … Continue reading

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Jerry Smith: NOAPS Master

“Harbor Dusk”, 20×30, Acrylic on Paper, Private Collection At first glance, the viewer gets the sense that the landscape has been abstracted, and to a degree it has.  But upon closer observation, the shapes the artist has constructed become more … Continue reading

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