Lidia Wylangowska | Figurative painter
Polish painter Lidia Wylangowska - born in Polen, Poland - works from her workshop in Illinois, and holds regular exhibitions at the Polish Museum of America, Chicago. "My art tells my story. It's a story of my world, of my thoughts and emotions entwined in an internal dialogue. And some of it can be expressed only through painting.
Artfinder - Nude and erotic art
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12 Poetic Double Exposure Portraits by Erkin Demir
Creating double exposure photography isn't an overly-hard task. Creating double exposure photography that looks good is certainly a lot harder, and when you
The beauty of Irene’s paintings reside in her astute use of subdued colours, reflecting the different nuances and shadows of cities. Her textured surfaces complement her subject matter in revealing the solid aspect of building construction yet her use of fine, thin lines, delicately placed to give an air of lightness to the scene.
Mark Spain, 1962 | Figurative painter | Flamenco Dancers
Mark Spain trained in technical graphics at Medway College of Art before setting up a printmaking studio in Kent producing original etchings. In October 1987 he was commissioned to produce limited edition etchings of Kew Gardens and has since undertaken many other commissions, with clients ranging from National Westminster Bank to The Dorchester Hotel. His work has also been represented by several leading publishers and distributed worldwide.
Women Empowering Art, Learn to Love Your Body
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Manuel Nuñez 1956 | California
Manuel Nuñez began his career in art after leaving Art Center College of Design in 1979. He started working primarily as an illustrator doing movie posters, album covers and editorial work. Later he focused on fashion illustrations, working for companies such as, May Company, Lord and Taylor, Robinsons, Nordtroms and Woodward and Lohrop. He also taughtfashion illustration at Otis Parsons in Los Angeles and at Art Center College of Design in Pasadena. In 1990 Manuel decided to pursue a career…