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When Carla Louise Paine moved into an old farmhouse, she never imagined that the objects inside would one day inspire her art.
Californian Kim VanDerHoek recalls that one of her college professors once asked the class to write an essay answering the question, “Where do you see yourself in 10 years?” VanDerHoek says a vision came to mind immediately: “I saw myself sitting in front of an easel, painting,” she says. “I’ve held onto that image...
Powerful, mysterious, and majestic are all words Karen Roehl uses to describe her subject matter of choice: the horse.
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Pam Ingalls finds humanity in people and beauty in everyday life.
In paintings by Beth Sistrunk, there is often more to see than first meets the eye. Take TIME LAPSE, which won the creative achievement award at the International Guild of Realism’s recent annual juried exhibition. When printed on the page, the painting appears to depict three figures, each less distinct than its neighbor as...
Linda Glover Gooch evokes the splendor of nature as well as a sense of calm introspection
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For decades the streets of San Francisco have inspired many an artist, and today Cristen Miller is one of them. Miller, a professor of art at the Academy of Art University, says that everywhere she looks in the City by the Bay, she discovers intriguing compositions and subject matter.