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Ryan S. Brown painting demo, Sonja

“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

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Wonderful song by Corey Smith, “Carolina”

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Me and you in a midnight blue, ’82 Camaro
Crossin’ over the Hartwell bridge movin’ fast as she would go
Windows down, radio up, we were singin’ “Freebird”
Flyin’ up to your daddy’s cabin just outside of Spartanburg

Do you remember the way you looked at me back then
Two hungry eyes wrapped up in a smile so innocent
It all makes one hell of a reminder
Keeps me cryin’ Carolina

We had a hotel room with a harbor view and a bottle of Chianti
That spring break in Charleston, it keeps comin’ back to haunt me
Took a carriage ride to the battery, toasted shots above the water
Then stumbled ‘cross the cobblestone, hands holdin’ us together

Do you remember the way we carried on
Blew all our money and we had to starve the whole way home
It all makes one hell of a reminder
Keeps me cryin’ Carolina

I can’t let it go, no I can’t let it go
I don’t wanna’ let go, oh no it feels too far away
Do you remember the single bed that we slept in
When I’d ride up to Clemson and hide in your room the whole weekend
It all makes one hell of a reminder
Keeps me cryin’ Carolina

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Painting demonstration

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Watch Jeffrey Hayes make the magnifying glass come to life in his painting Kaleidoscope: “Magnifying Glass No. 1”

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“Life”

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Christensen’s work was selected in June 2008 to be part of the prestigious permanent art collection for Grand Teton National Park at the Craig Thomas Visitors’ Center. Christensen’s work has been exhibited in many prestigious museums and shows throughout the country, such as National Academy of Western Art, Prix de West Invitational at the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum in Oklahoma City, OK, the Gilcrease Museum in Tulsa, OK, National Museum of Wildlife Art in Jackson, WY, Denver Art Museum, Kimbal Museum, Salmagundi Club in New York, Autry Museum, Salon d’ Arts at the Colorado History Museum. Scott Christensen has been a recipient of many honors throughout his art career including Arts for the Parks competition in 1991; Northwest Rendezvous Juror’s Award of Merit in 1993 & 1994; Most Distinguished Alumni of Chadron State College 1997 and the Prix de West Award for his painting “Wind River Ice” in 2000. This painting as well as 61 others is reproduced in Christensen’s 140 page book published in 2000 titled The Art of Scott L. Christensen. He has taught workshops at Disney Animation Studios, Scottsdale Artists School, Fredericksburg Art School and the Fechin Institute and is published in Southwest Art, Art of the West, Wildlife Art, Images West, Persimmon Hill and American Artist.

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Denis Ryan: “Art of the Real”

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“Art of the Real” will be on display April 6th- 30th with the reception on the evening of the 6th. 11 Broad Street, Charleston SC 29401. http://www.mgalleryoffineart.com

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Angus McEwan

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A slide show of Angus McEwan’s works.

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Art of the Real: David Poxon

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A slide show of David creating his works of art.

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