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The critic, the artist, and the golden years: summing it all up

I admire anyone who can write great copy on a weekly basis, and earn a living from it.  The Telegraph’s art critic, Alastair Smart, obviously can.   1,268 more words

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Art Thoughts: Madame Récamier

Jacques Louis David is probably the most famous for The Tennis Court Oath, and various portraits of Napoleon. He was a neo-Classicist of the early nineteenth century. 221 more words

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Fishy

Welcome to my world of Found Fabric Fish.  FFF’s are made out of fabric that might otherwise end up in the trash and ultimately in landfill. 153 more words

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Chair Given to the Artist, after her Mother Received it from her Mother, oil on canvas, 2015.

Sometimes, I like to paint. Sometimes, I like the finished work. 234 more words

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A graduate, a salesperson, a merchandiser, a businesswoman, a mother, a painter. How different roles enrich art.

Ever since I remember myself, I loved four things most in the world; art, baking, family and having a good time with friends. During the years, there has been a shift in the importance of each department, but there are two that were always heavily entangled; art and baking. 799 more words

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Persevering the Storm- Progress and Progress

Here I am with a leaky roof and about 6-8 inches of snow coming down. Again I have to try and figure out from my limited point of view how to make enough money to afford the things that are necessary. 905 more words

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