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Iconic Artist and their Dogs

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The Artists and their dogs are (via)

  1. Andy Warhol and Archie (Featured above)
  2. Frida Kahlo and her Xoloitzcuintli dogs
  3. Georgia O’Keeffe and her Chow
  4. Jackson Pollock, Gyp, and Ahab
  5. Pablo Picasso with Lump

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Edward Hopper ‘Soir Bleu’ 1914

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Art nouveau, think Tamara de Limpica

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I am a sucker for a lot of different things. I love the expressionists, the cubists, the surrealists, art deco, art nouveau, impressionism. Goodness, I guess I like almost everybody except whoever is creating art deco right now. It is probably cliche to notice how common it is to look backward and admire everything only to look around you and be disgusted. I suspect that says more about our personal sense of satisfaction and fulfilment than it does about the art we presume to judge, but maybe not. The art nouveau, Continue reading

Tell us just how beautiful is this work of art …?

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Inspirational: RUN, JUMP, LIVE

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The Male Figure in Art

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Buzelli/Bosch works

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Chris Buzelli is something of a modern day Hieronymus Bosch.  His paintings and illustrations often depict a future where the hubris and self-destructive tendencies of civilization have ruinous results.  Bosch warned against sexual immorality and sin and its devastating consequences in the afterlife in his colorful, whimsical, and horrific paintings.  Buzelli is more concerned with the environmental and social consequences of our actions.   Read more

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Reggie Duffie – Simply Miles

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Reggie Duffie of Duffie and Duffie Visual Designs, creates custom artwork and portraits, and can create a custom portrait from your photo. Most of his recent artwork and design is created digitally, combining years of traditional art techniques with the ever-expanding capabilities of digital painting. These detailed digital paintings are all originals, created by the artist’s hand from scratch using a simple track ball mouse as a virtual paint brush and the computer screen as a virtual canvas. No Read more:

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Painting: Acrylic on canvas. 2012

©Never erase a thing. It was all meant for something. This into that into this into that. Eternal forward momentum. You suddenly complete me. 
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An Amazing Artist, ‘Alan Coulson’

When I saw this Painting for the first time, I thought is was a photograph. Please enjoy some other works by Coulson: Here.

Latoya by Alan Coulson 2011.

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