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A Clown: More Than A Smiling Face

But, still, a smiling clown can be good! Clowns Popped In My Head. Hi!  Lately, I’ve been doing some small studies of clowns.  Why clowns?  I don’t know.  They popped …

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Cartoons; Day 17 of #30paintingsin30days: Oregon Cowboy

Cartoons, comics and funnies; I’ve loved them for almost as long as I can remember. My Cartoons. Greetings!  Today I would like to share with you a couple of the cartoon characters I’ve drawn in the past few years. To explain, from time to time I create cartoons, usually for special occasions and with specific […]

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Classically Trained Artist

What Is “Classically Trained”? Hi! I have been thinking about what makes an artist classically trained. Have you seen that term on a biography of an artist or musician? And, what does that mean? John Stermer, Classically Trained Artist What a funny question, don’t you think? To explain, I have been helping my sister prepare […]

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Classically Trained Artist

What Is “Classically Trained”? Hi! I have been thinking about what makes an artist classically trained. Have you seen that term on a biography of an artist or musician? And, what does that mean? John Stermer, Classically Trained Artist What a funny question, don’t you think? To explain, I have been helping my sister prepare […]

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“Mermaid With Net At Night” At The “Icons” Exhibition

Mermaid As Icon I am pleased to say that my painting “Mermaid With Net at Night” is showing at the Rogue Gallery and Art Center in Medford, OR.  To clarify, it is one painting among over 60 works of art in the Annual Member’s Exhibition. Most of all, if you are in the area, I […]

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“Mermaid With Net At Night” At The “Icons” Exhibition

Mermaid As Icon I am pleased to say that my painting “Mermaid With Net at Night” is showing at the Rogue Gallery and Art Center in Medford, OR.  To clarify, it is one painting among over 60 works of art in the Annual Member’s Exhibition. Most of all, if you are in the area, I […]

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Circular Conversations – Acrylic Painting

Introducing Circular Conversations Hi!  I’d like to introduce one of my recent paintings titled “Circular Conversations”.  It was one of the last pieces I completed in 2015. Fun with Acrylic Paint This is unusual in that it is a paintings of figures done in acrylic.  I have done most of my figures in watercolor.  I […]

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Au Naturel Exhibit: People’s Choice Award

Blash, by Michael Reedy

Throughout the duration of the exhibit, February 21st through March 28th, all visitors were invited to cast their vote for the People’s Choice Award. After the close of the exhibit, all votes were tallied and Michael Reedy’s Blash received the greatest number of votes.

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Maruyama's Nudes Transform Motion into Moments at 2000 Frames per Second

Shinichi Maruyama Nude

Photographer Shinichi Maruyama’s new work, NUDE, uses cutting-edge technology to transform nude figures in motion into visions transcending time.

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New Artist Opportunities from CaFE™

Callforentry.org Calls to Artists

Check out these updated and new calls to artists in a huge range of media, genre and other specialties, including fashion photography, sculpture, art by women, public/installation art, nude figures, outdoor photography, and artist residency in Mexico, and much more! List has been edited to reflect only those opportunities for which Oregon artists will be eligible.

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