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Dan and Elaine May In Memoriam Texas painter Nancy Sage Marabella, 49, died suddenly February 17 in her hometown of Bossier City, LA. Marabella was a member of Art Focus XC [swa nov 96] and had exhibited her work at the Women Artists of the West 4th International Juried Show, Biloxi, MS. She also...
Father by Jove Wang In Memoriam Santa Fe painter Tom Lovell died June 29 in a car accident which also killed his daughter, Deborah Lovell. Born in 1909, Lovell began illustrating “pulp” magazines while a student at Syracuse University, NY, in 1930. After graduating, he produced illustrations for magazines such as National Geographic. Lovell’s...
Susan Bennerstrom, E. Denney NeVille, and Lynne E. Windsor
Ocean Sky VII #10 by Susan George By Devon Jackson SUSAN GEORGE’S PAINTINGS SHINE with a kind of sunlit nostalgia. Her renderings of oceans, beaches, and skies, saturated with color and radiant light, evoke pleasant memories and a sense of tranquility. George incorporates still lifes into her landscapes, too, with beach umbrellas, chaise lounges,...
Whether playful ravens or resting cows, sculptor Peter Woytuk finds freedom of expression in animal forms
Maryland sculptor Bart Walter captures the spirit and personality of wild animals
David Ligare combines ancient myths with contemporary California landscapes
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