Johanna Harmon Interview

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For Johanna Harmon, art is a beautifully timeless, skillful, poetic, abstract, and deeply felt visual concept. Using her remarkable skill, it’s her desire to fearlessly explore the mystery of her subjects, and to do that with sensitivity, ... Read More...

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Dancing with the angels – Part 2

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Twelve professional artists talk about being "in the zone", what it means, what it's like, and how to get there. There are lots of words for it..."in the grove", "singularly focused", "in tune", "wired in", "centered", "on a roll", and "in ... Read More...

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Dancing with the angels – Part 1

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Twelve professional artists talk about being "in the zone", what it's like and how to get there. When Facebook friend, John (Skeets) Richards, suggested I do a blog addressing the issue of whether or not artists are in a "zone" when they ... Read More...

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Charles Warren Mundy Interview

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  I first met C.W. Mundy when I stepped into the back of a limousine one evening in Cincinnati. We were participating artists in the Great American Artists Show and were being transported to the show venue.If you know anything about ... Read More...

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John Austin Hanna Interview

John Austin Hanna in his studio

Winner of the “Donors’ Award of Excellence” at the 2013 Oil Painters of America 22nd National Juried Exhibition, John Austin Hanna discusses his illustration background, his transition to a successful fine art career, and his current ... Read More...

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Bryce Cameron Liston Interview

An Aura of Fragrances by Bryce Cameron Liston OPA

“Being an artist and painting the human figure is what compels me. It wakes me up at night, it’s what I love and I drive myself to do it very well. Art is my lifelong obsession, pleasure, and torment.” One thing I have learned about Bryce ... Read More...

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Roger Dale Brown Interview

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One would need to have lived in a cave, isolated from humanity, to have not heard of Roger Dale Brown. In a recent article in Nashville Arts Magazine, Brown is recognized as the ‘go to’ guy of the South when it comes to teaching plein air ... Read More...

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Classical (Classic) Realism – Part 3

David Hardy – The Ginger Jar – 12″x 12″ – Oil

A three-part series that highlights the origins and resurgence of Classic Realism and its importance to the 21st century artist. In concluding this three-part interview series on Classic Realism, I want to thank our three participants: ... Read More...

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Classical (Classic) Realism – Part 2

David Hardy – Lemons and Lace – 20″x 16″ – Oil

A three-part series that highlights the origins and resurgence of Classic Realism and its importance to the 21st century artist. "Traditional skills are necessary for developing a foundational base for the artist to work from. It is ... Read More...

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