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Life Long Journey

Artist Marco Nunes Paints with an Uncommon Brilliance by Sarah Mitchell – 9/29/2006 Download PDF Version (719 Kb) “Painting is definitely my passion, that’s where all the good stuff lies!” says artist Marco Nunes, with obvious enthusiasm. Born to a mother who was a painter herself, Marco spent his early childhood days in Madeira, Portugal Read More

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Taking up Where Jackson Pollock Left Off

Francis Hogan (“Frankie”) Brown is a master of splatter-dash painting and a lot more besides… by David Phillips – 11/18/2006 Download PDF Version (6.36 MB) In 1999, in celebration of his 20th year of painting in the splatter-dash genre, which he began with inspiration from Jackson Pollock, Frankie Brown made a little booklet with a Read More

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Life Outside the Lines

Jane Adams – artregistration.com Featured Artist by Sarah Mitchell – 12/05/2006 Download PDF Version (1.41 MB) Mademoiselle Jane Adams would never have known her potential as a successful artist if a few silver lined clouds hadn’t floated her way. A Southern Belle is Born Jane Demaris Adams was born in San Mateo, CA in 1951 Read More

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Vanessa Newton

Modern Day Scribe of Life by Dan Koon – 01/02/2007 Print Version – Download PDF (1.84 MB) “Painting is so much a part of me, it’s hard to define where it stops and I start.” There’s no telling what will spark a person down a certain path in life. In the late ’60s a young Read More

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Resilience: Esam Pasha

First Iraqi Artist to Register his Work with artregistration.com, Talks About Art, Iraq, War and Peace by Anayat Durrani Print Version – Download PDF (2.26 MB) Esam Pasha never considered himself a political painter. But when he painted over the first and largest mural portrait of deposed Iraqi President Saddam Hussein in Baghdad, covering it Read More

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Lisa Wray Art Where Technology and Spirituality Converge

by Dan Koon   Print Version – PDF (3.38 MB) One could easily make an argument that the Impressionist movement in art would never have happened had it not been for the invention of the collapsible tin tube in the 1840s. Before then, artists stored their paints in tiny pig bladders which were fragile and Read More

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artregistration.com Featured Artist: Anna Kurowska

An Eastern European Transplant Flourishes in Silicon Valley by Dan Koon Print Version – PDF (1.36 MB) Well, for all its problems, America can still be a land of opportunity, if you ask painter Anna Kurowska. Growing up in the small city of Ozorkow in central Poland, Anna did not have much hope of attending Read More

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artregistration.com Featured Artist: Catherine Puma

An Emerging Artist’s Paintings Stir the Imagination   by Dan Koon Print Version – PDF (5.0 MB) When asked what she intends with her art, Chicago based artist Catherine Puma replies, “I love recreating beautiful landscapes of places I’ve traveled to before because I’m able to relive those memories and travel back to those places. Read More

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Christian Early

Christian Early Special Art from Special Needs by Dan Koon Print Version – PDF (1.51 MB)   This is more than a story about an artist and his art. You look at Christian Early’s portraits of animals and each one seems to possess a distinct personality. While you’re gazing at them, they’re seemingly scrutinizing you. Read More

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Art News and Articles: artregistration.com Featured Artist

Realizing a Lifelong Ambition Steven Pon Shares His Paintings with the World at artregistration.com by Dan Koon Print Version – PDF (1.44 MB) Musicians are fond of saying that music is a universal language. And it is. But not more so than art. You can place the earliest cave paintings, a Greek marble, a Rembrandt Read More

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