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Wretched Blasphemy

Jeff 26x40" Media: acrylic, oil, synthetic gems, gold foil on canvas   One of the first characters from my evolving pantheon of gods. The inspiration for Jeff came from the biblical story of the exodus and the golden calf. The scene from the Charleton Heston movie The Ten Commandments

Cristiana Prado

1. Mother Guardian of the Gardens This is made with stoneware, glaze, and luster. It is a very good example of how her sources of inspiration are fused. This piece shows some features of an Orisha plus natural elements found in gardens such as flowers and leaves. In general her

Cynthia Anne Brown

“Lost in Oklahoma” Acrylic/Mixed Media 48x72 was painted in 2018 during Cynthia's 3-year fellowship with Tulsa Artist Fellowship. Cynthia explains, "My gallery sold and placed this painting in a prestigious collection-plus I love the title".   2. “Mockingbird Rain” 36x36 "I painted this in 2014 in my old

Emmanuel Irokanulo

Emmanuel Irokanulo, Exodus, (Oil on Canvas, 1205x120cm), 2010. Exodus by Irokanulo depicts the sensation of heightened consciousness and spiritual enlightenment brought about by human migration and consequence of arm struggle all over the world today and the citizens are paying dearly over these continuous struggles. This paintings depict groups of people moving

Phil Daves – Everyday Life in Full Color

The Voyeur "She is looking at something intently as we are looking at her. The colors are remarkable but its about what he captures in the character of the people and the landscape. The people are odd, Poncho, the gypsy and the soldiers. In his paintings,