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Tips for a contemporary painter By Daryl Urig
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What Urig offers us in his book “Tips for the Contemporary Painter” is his version of artistic truths in painting. He has personally tested them all. He explains that we as artists need... More > to set a good example. Developing a “Painters Code” will help rid our profession of myths and half-truths. Painters have an important role. What we create should add value and beauty to our world while providing respect for the painter and his work.< Less
An American Sheik By Antonino d'Este
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An American portrait painter, without intending to, collects an impressive number of lovers, which impels him to write about what he calls "The Female Code." The artist also starts a... More > painting class in which he advances his students' expertise with his studio secrets. Inadvertently, his students become the nucleus of a "forum" in which the reasons why women think and act the way they do are discussed.< Less
An American Sheik By Antonino d'Este
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An American portrait painter, without intending to, collects an impressive number of lovers, which impels him to write about what he calls "The Female Code." The artist also starts a... More > painting class in which he advances his students' expertise with his studio secrets. Inadvertently, his students become the nucleus of a "forum" in which the reasons why women think and act the way they do are discussed.< Less
Dreams, Bright and Dark By Jerry Cullum
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“Dreams, Bright and Dark,” curated by Jerry Cullum, features artwork by seven emerging young talents: photographers Jody Fausett (Whitespace, Atlanta), Amanda Palmer, Emily Karcher, and... More > painters Heather Hartmann, Meta Gary, Shana Robbins, and Sonya Jilani. Diverse in subject matter and treatment, yet unified by their dream-like quality, the images in “Dreams” form a narrative, sometimes hopeful and romantic, and at other times more brooding and disturbed. In his poetic essay accompanying the show Cullum ruminates: “The artists in this exhibition are dreamers of personal dreams, not tellers or creators of collective stories, and yet their hopes and wishes are in a code that speaks to us even as it remains most deeply their own. …[T]he viewer is invited to engage in the dreams of day as an individual action: to dream, not the myth or story, but the dream itself onward.”< Less

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