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“As an artist my career is dedicated to the integrity and quality of representational fine art.”, says Bryce Cameron Liston. “My goal is to regain the traditions of the past along with the standards of craftsmanship and training. By studying … Continue reading
“This is a rough documentation of the process of making this portrait painting of Sonja. Clearly I’m not a video guru. I’m hoping this demonstration will be a good insight into my working methods. This painting was made over the … Continue reading
‘Mediocre art is simply a reflection of a culture. Great art transcends it.’ A Conversation With Painter Philosopher – Matthew James Collins Matthew and I haven’t met yet but we did. I only got in touch with him recently almost … Continue reading
Once I crossed through the lunar landscapes of the wind-scarred redness that is so beautiful around Moab with its natural arches and needles, I faced the brilliant reflections of the salt lake. Ryan S. Brown’s atelier is in Springville, UT where … Continue reading
…Continued from Part I by Margaret Kruger I find the parallels in today’s food experience: people who regularly only eat prepared chemically-infused non-nutritious fast food take one trip to a farmer’s market and view its fresh bounty, or eat one lovingly … Continue reading
By Bridget Manzella “Carriage Ride,” by Roger Dale Brown, captures the quaint and charming nature of touring a city by carriage. All year round carriage tours roll around Charleston, irritating some and charming others. Carriages leave from their home base … Continue reading