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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
‘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
By Bridget Manzella Natalie Holland’s “Eve” is a modern take on an ancient theme. Adam and Eve have appeared in a multitude of contexts in literature, music and art. Milton interpreted their story in his famous epic poem “Paradise Lost” … Continue reading
By Bridget Manzella Charleston is a wonderful place to visit and to settle down for so many reasons—from fine art galleries, to breathtaking ocean views, to stately historic homes—Charleston has so much to offer Renaissance men (and women). Among Charleston’s … Continue reading
By Bridget Manzella Olga Krimon’s show, soon to be hung in the main hall of the M, is a wonderful collection of fifteen oil paintings, predominately portraits. The show also includes two fantastic still lifes of roses, one of which … Continue reading
Stacy and Jacqueline Kamin have the most wonderful show up in the gallery right now. It is a mother-daughter show, and for those of us with daughters, it is even more revealing. This painting duo feeds off each other’s skills … Continue reading