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April 3, 2008:
Karen Brown: Recapturing a Glimpse of Lost Elegance
by Dan Koon
“I paint what I call ’fashion art,’” says artist Karen Brown, “because it’s refreshing to see images of elegance and femininity in a world of casual conformity. I believe these are qualities that… Read More

 

March 1, 2008:
Ana Cabrera: First artregistration.com Member in Argentina
by David Phillips
Ana Cabrera is the first artregistration.com member in Argentina, although she and her partner Segismundo Ulanowicz have been spreading the word and others are following suit. Ana’s story is… Read More

 

February 1, 2008:
Joan Altabe: An Art Critic Who Creates Art
by Dan Koon
Most visitors to this website know Joan Altabe from her continuing series An Open Letter to Artists (from an Art Critic). Newspaper readers in Florida know her as the highly knowledgeable and… Read More

 

December 31, 2007:
Steven Chandler: The Georgia Red Mud Painter
by Dan Koon
Someday, not too long from now, judging by the way things are going, Georgia folk artist Steven Chandler will be able to rock back and forth contentedly on the porch of his art empire, wave an arm to indicate all he sees …Read More

 

December 5, 2007:
Huanbin Cai: Joins artregistration.com to Expand His Horizons
by Lihua Zhao
Huanbin Cai, nicknamed Chase, was born in a working class family in the city of Shantou in Guangdong province in 1980. But from an early age Chase had a great interest in painting. He often used comic …Read More

 

November 6, 2007:
Ebrahim Amin: Southern California Plein Air Master
by Dan Koon
“I know I am always in a state of learning. And thus always look forward to studying new aspects of art. I therefore am continuously excited at what I might discover tomorrow, in a month, or even in five years …Read More

 

October 1, 2007:
Dasheng Hu: Carries on a Long Tradition of Chinese Landscape Paint…
by Lihua Zhao
China has an extensive tradition of landscape painting, with recorded and preserved works going back almost to the beginning of the first millennium A.D. The earliest landscape painting appeared …Read More

 

August 31, 2007:
Artist, Bill CzappaBill Czappa: Sculpted Humor
by Anayat Durrani
From his Pressed Duck to his Spaghetti Flag, Bill Czappa of Burbank, California, is as original as they get. With a flair for the unusual, his sculptures communicate, and carry, his famous signature …Read More

 

August 16, 2007:
Guy Lindenmuth: A Self-Taught Artist in the Tradition of Yves Klein
by Dan Koon
…not Grandma Moses. It’s more from this freer, more serendipitous branch of the self-taught tree that Guy Lindenmuth is emerging onto the scene. While most in the self-taught, Outsider, folk …Read More

 

July 31, 2007:
Zhihu Zhang: Chinese Calligraphy, Traditional and Modern
by Lihua Zhao
Eight thousand years ago, near the Yellow River basin in China, the Ci Shan and Fei Ligang cultures emerged. In these areas, Chinese archeologists have unearthed pottery covered with …Read More

 

July 9, 2007:
Michael Trant: According to Plan
by Dan Koon
“When I paint, the canvas directs the action. It’s all about the release of energy. Shapes cling to the edge of reality, their meanings formed by a growing collective imagination. The transference of energy …Read More

 

June 26, 2007:
Steven Pon: Realizing a Lifelong Ambition
by Dan Koon
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 self-portrait and one of …Read More

 

June 4, 2007:
Christian Early: Special Art from Special Needs
by Dan Koon
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 …Read More

 

April 27, 2007:
Catherine Puma: An Emerging Artist’s Paintings Stir the Imagination
by Dan Koon
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 …Read More

 

by Dan Koon
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 …Read More

 

March 5, 2007:
Lisa Wray: Art Where Technology and Spirituality Converge
by Dan Koon
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 …Read More

 

January 31, 2007:
Esam Pasha: Resilience
by Anayat Durrani
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 with …Read More

 

January 2, 2007:
Vanessa Newton: Modern Day Scribe of Life
by Dan Koon
There’s no telling what will spark a person down a certain path in life. In the late ’60s a young teacher walked into the classroom of a small community school in Newark, New Jersey. She opened …Read More

 

December 5, 2006:
Janes Adams: Life Outside the Lines
by Sarah Mitchell
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 …Read More

 

November 18, 2006:
Frankie Brown: Taking up Where Jackson Pollock Left Off
by David Phillips
Francis Hogan (“Frankie”) Brown is a master of splatter-dash painting and a lot more besides… In 1999, in celebration of his 20th year of painting in the splatter-dash genre, which he began …Read More

 

November 1, 2006:
Stephen Miele: Healer, Energy Worker, Artist
by Sarah Mitchell
Before you read this article, please take 2-3 minutes to relax and gaze upon the painting above. And then, read on… Did you feel anything? See anything? Stephen Miele’s hope is that you did. What you …Read More

 

November 1, 2006:
Josie Taglienti: A Vibrant Artist Making Vibrant Art
by Dan Koon
“I have used oil, ink, acrylic, watercolor, all the usual media,” she says. “Then I met pastel. I do not remember when exactly I discovered pastel as a serious method of dispensing color to paper. I love …Read More

 

October 16, 2006:
Jim Pallas: A World in Motion
by David Charles
Art that does not “Just Sit on its Ass” — Spend a few hours on Jim Pallas’ web site and you will see that an attempt to write a comprehensive article on this prolific, innovative, multi-talented and …Read More

 

October 16, 2006:
Dan Stockwell: Modern Day Scrimshander
by David Charles
“Nothing Like Scraping on Old Bones to Connect with Your Caveman Deep Inside” — The art of scrimshaw is an old tradition amongst seafaring men, mostly whalers. It refers to the art and …Read More

 

September 29, 2006:
Marco Nunes: Life Long Journey
by Sarah Mitchell
“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 …Read More

 

September 29, 2006:
Jake Beckman: Phoenix Artist is “Scratching, Scribbling, Painting, and Coloring” her Way Through Life | by David Charles
“I paint because I am insane — I have to. I think if you ask any artist you will get that answer.” Everyone except the government and telemarketers call her Jake, even though the name …Read More

 

August 30, 2006:
Julie Newdoll: She’s Got Art Down to a Science
by Sarah Mitchell
Artist Julie Newdoll sees the world from a vantage point that is hard for many of us to conceptualize. Through her paintings, Julie has found a medium for marrying science and human mythology …Read More

 

August 30, 2006:
Eugene Liskin: An Independent Mind and Voice from Moldova
by David Charles
“I try to be independent in art as much as in life generally,” says Eugene Liskin, a Russian painter now living in Moldova. “I don’t think I belong to any stylistic or ideological movement …Read More

 

July 26, 2006:
Carri Miles: Surviving a Sea of Tears
by David Charles
How an artist has turned tragedy to survival through her art.
Carolyn (Carri) Miles, Johns Island, South Carolina painter, had been involved in art in one way or another all her life …Read More

 

July 26, 2006:
Nadia Pronina: Blessed is Everyone Who Touches the Canvas and Wants to Say Something | by David Charles
Nadia Pronina, Ukrainian Painter–A Self-Portrait
Nadia Pronina was born in 1956 in Kiev, Ukraine and now lives in Chisinau, Republic of Moldova. Several months ago she …Read More

 

July 12, 2006:
Charles Sherman: Art is a Verb
by David Charles
“If I could make one statement about art, it’s that the essence of art is that it’s a verb, not a noun,” says Charles Sherman. “It’s a process. And when you fully understand that it’s a process, you …Read More

 

June 14, 2006:
Sylvie Levesque: Setting Off on the Right Foot
by David Charles
Levesque is beginning her career as a painter – the right way
Although her mother is a great artist, her sister is also a talented painter and art has been “in her blood” since she was a kid …Read More

 

June 1, 2006:
Lorna Wallace: An Art Collector Turned Successful Painter
by David Phillips
Not finding what she was looking for as an art collector, Lorna Wallace took matters into her own hands and began to create the missing art herself. In just a few years, marketing her paintings …Read More