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Daily Artsy Figurative Paintings

Cages. Bradley Wood.

Every person’s cage is of a different sort.  We may feel trapped by our jobs, our circumstances, even the things that we own.  Even the most opulent and luxurious of places can seem like a prison.  As I begin…

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Seizing. Benjamin Britton.

We know that we have at least three months here in Southeastern Idaho.  But we are now into Autumn and the season can be short lived at the higher elevations where we most want to explore.  So Mr. F…

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Space.  Tom Climent.

Now that we are settled in for the next three months in Idaho Falls, we’ve been exploring the surrounding area every weekend.  This part of Idaho is a close neighbor to Wyoming and Montana, Big Sky country.  That hemmed…

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Strength. Courtney Murphy.

For centuries, women have been defined as the “fairer”, even the “weaker” sex.  Daintiness, extreme ideas of femininity were valued and celebrated.  Yet it is in exactly what defines us as feminine in which our greatest strengths lie. Praised…

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Canopies. Shannon Smiley.

In our discussions regarding our final landing spot, Mr. F and I have an ongoing dilemma.  He is drawn to the drama of being surrounded by super high mountain peaks, while I feel most at home among the trees.…

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Screens.  Chris Trueman.

In my new little studio ( I do mean little, it’s about 50 square feet ), I have a lovely view of treetops and rooftops in our neighborhood.  The sunsets from the west facing windows are often spectacular and…

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Swept. Angelina Nasso.

As a Florida girl, the warnings in California to “never turn your back on the ocean” took some getting used to.  But as I soon learned, Pacific waves are much more unpredictable than their Atlantic cousins.  A rogue wave…

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Language. Raul Cordero.

The art world, like so many others, has its own language.  It’s spoken by curators, gallerists, and art writers everywhere.  As artist Raul Cordero puts it in describing his Transient Poetry series, it is “A language taught in art…

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Dress-Up. Adrienne Stein.

One Christmas, a long time ago when my oldest nieces were still little, I painted an old suitcase and filled it with old prom dresses and costume jewelry, creating for them a Dress-Up Box.  Looking back, I wish I…

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Everyday. Aubrey Levinthal.

Between the highs of the mountaintop experiences like holidays, weddings, and vacations, we can forget to find the meaningfulness in the everyday.  The paintings of Aubrey Levinthal celebrate the beauty to be found in the commonplace. Throughout the day, I…