Category : Art

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.357Mag Interview: BUDDY NESTOR

With murky, mauled , monochrome faces his pieces capture his audience that capture the essence of Eric G. Wilson’s book,  “Everyone loves a good train Wreck: Why We Can’t Look Away. Buddy is a painter of unsettling portraits of the human soul in spiritual conflict. The Artillerist presents  .357 Mag Interview with 3 Essential tools,

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.357Mag Interview : JESSICA WARD

human conflict and challenges with self image. Addressing social dependencies and disorders her images of writhing goddesses with longing eyes and lustrous and consuming locks with light as a feather technique and detail. Jessica’s diversity format can be found as big as life sized pieces in her 2005 series “Spiral of Rituals” to her recent

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Audrey Pongracz

Audrey was born in Detroit, Michigan in the summer of 1979 and was raised in the Mexican town area of southwest Detroit. A self taught painter, Audrey is constantly working to hone and refine her craft. I believe art should be attainable to everyone, visually or mentally.  This is something I strive for in my

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New: Michael Page

Michael Page  lives and works as a full time artist in San Francisco, CA.  He has shown his work nationally and internationally throughout both Europe and the United States including the cities of Reykjavik, Berlin, Bristol , Rome and Montreal.

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Conceptual Realism – Michael Hussar

Michael Hussar Beginnings Hussar is another Southern California artist born in 1964. He studied at the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, California and went on to teach for almost ten years at an unnamed art school in Los Angeles. Medium and Technique Hussar paints oil on canvas or oil on panel. He often

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Conceptual Realism – Audrey Kawasaki

Audrey Kawasaki Beginnings Audrey Kawasaki is an American painter born in March 1982 in Los Angeles, California. Her parents are Japanese-American and she has been immersed in the culture of Japan all her life. In a recent (email only) interview she stated that she went to Japanese school every Saturday and grew up reading Manga,

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Illustration: Esao Andrews

Esao Andrews Beginnings Esao Andrews was born and grew up in Arizona (near Mesa) where he attended Red Mountain High School. He later moved to New York, NY in 1996 in order to complete his Bachelor of Fine Arts in Illustration. There he attended the School of Visual Arts. Upon graduation he spent a few years

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Conceptual Realism – Dennis Larkins

Dennis Larkins Beginnings I’m not sure why there is so little written about Dennis. It is known that Mr. Larkins worked for film studios as a set designer, at Walt Disney as an Imagineer, and was also the artist behind so many of the Grateful Dead concert sets. Early on Mr. Larkins designed and built

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