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I studied for about 5 years in a private Fine Arts School in Montreal, Canada back in the early '80's.
JRobin Whitley holds a Master of Divinity (M.Div) from Lutheran Theological Southern Seminary and B.A. in music from Pfeiffer University. A native of Stanly County, NC Robin now lives in Western North Carolina. After years of church work and working in corporate America Robin now lives the path of the freelance artist.
Graduate from the Art Institute of Boston I went on to study Oil painting at the Boca Raton Museum School in Florida for 8 years. I have worked in Stone carving, stain glass, jewelery design, and soft sculpture.
Born and raised in Toronto, resident of rural central Ontario, Canada. Education: Ontario College of Art And Design, Honours; B.A. Wilfrid Laurier University, Major: Anthropology.
A native Texan, Kay Cox is a retired art and family therapist and university professor who is now a full-time artist and poet. She has exhibited her paintings and drawings widely in the Houston area and is a published award-winning poet.
I live in upstate New York and paint stories about journeys that reflect the rural landscape of my surroundings. My childhood was spent living overseas as an army brat so I have been exposed to a variety of influences. My family is full of curators, musicians, poets, writers and artists going back to Lucas Cranach the Elder who is my great great great great great great great great great great great great great great great grandfather. I've won numerous awards and commissions for public works as well and i exhibit regularly through galleries.
From the time I could pick up a pencil I have always wanted to draw and be an artist.
Graduating with distinction in the mid '80's my career has seen me traveling to Canada, USA, UK and Europe as a Churchill Fellow and as an exhibiting artist.
Being involved with artist run initiatives has been a common link for me - where I have linked with artists that share a passion and desire to not just create but to push the boundaries with themselves and their community.
Working full time from my studio on the Far South Coast of NSW, Australia is where I continue to exhibit and develop my future bodies of work.
I was born.
I hopefully will leave a legacy of those things.
Studied art in Bristol, England graduating in 1980.
Continued to work as an artist alongside other work (none-art work) to pay the rent.
Now run a small consultancy mainly involving disability.
This consultancy has given me opportunity to devote more time to my artwork.
Born from the East and educated in the West. Travelled throughout the planet and lived in many countries interating with all kinds of people. Loves to chat, bargain, barter and have fun at all times. Keeping my balance between work and play is important and painting is my challenge. Transfering the energy within me to my canvas is what I do.
I started a BA in Fine art in 2004
I am currently finishing a BA in Art history
I was a candidate for the Presston Prize in 2006
I have held 23 gallery shows in the last 5 years
I was in the Navy, college teacher, child care worker, magazine editor, Bootlegger, Sailor,Computer Executive, Professional Santa Claus, Artist/painter, Writer,Movie producer,
Lisa was born in Maine in 1965, growing up in one of the most turbulent times in the nation's history. These early days, surrounded by so many people seeking to change the world influenced her deeply; even the music in that era filled her with a sense of what the world could be and the feeling that anything could be possible. After graduating from college she moved to Baltimore, MD where she found work as an artist's model and also a job at a local gallery. Her grandfather being an artist she had always been interested in art. But this closer contact with the art field sparked a desire to become an artist herself.
i started be a full timer artist on 1988 when i was 20..the first media i been use is pencil.
i was a father of five kids..
i like portrait and figurative.
my blog is niftheartist.blogspot.com
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