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Adam One, my partner in life, art and magic,has a solo show on Thursday titled Origins. He has created 24 gorgeous illustrations paired with the moving poetry of Louis Jeannot. They’ll be presenting a hand bound limited edition book alongside original artwork during Capitol Hill second Thursday art walk. Chroma Clouds Gallery, 6-9pm. 1550 E. Olive Way, Seattle. Books can be preordered at www.animaanimus.org.
This video is about The Plein Air Convention Review Stefan Baumann Host of The Grand View Gives a talk to his class about his experience at the Plein Air Convention 2016 and looks forward to 2017 where the Convention is in San Diego CA. wwwStefanBaumann.com
The time has come to embark on the minutely detailed world of bees, interwoven with the surreal textures, colors and odd shapes of the natural world. Stay tuned for all the variations in this new body of work.
By Dana Feagin, 45 contributed posts View all Dana Feagin's posts. About the author: I am an oil painter devoted to animal art, painting animals that I find interesting and amusing and commissioned pet portraits. My realistic style often uses solid colors or patterned backgrounds for a pop art feel, but I also love painting the faces of animals cropped very closely with no background at all. Many of my works feature animals from local rescue groups; 10% of my sales are donated to Sanctuary One in Jacksonville and Friends of the Animal Shelter in Phoenix. You can find my complete set of links and contact information in my listing at the Southern Oregon Artists Resource.
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“The world is only the visible aspect of God. And what alchemy does is to bring spiritual perfection into contact with the material plane.” ~The Alchemist
Tomorrow night I’ll be showing brand new paintings with some amazing artists at Artifact Gallery in the group show Human Nature. There will also be tea service by Omar Riverstone. Come on down to Seattle’s Pioneer Square for first Thursday art walk, 6-9pm. 313 1st Ave S 98104
Object and Observer, oil and ink on wood, 36″x36″, $2,200.