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Featured Artist - April 2014

Friday, Apr 11, 2014

Posted By Larry Adlerstein

Teil Duncan Teil Duncan - Charleston, SC 

 

Favorite A&C Items:

Golden Artist Colors

Holbein Acryla Gouache

Cradled Birch Panels

 

Born and raised in Columbus, GA, I developed a love for art as far back as I can remember. I attended Auburn University and earned a Bachelor's degree in Art, and now live and work as a full-time painter in Charleston, SC. I work out of a creative studio space called Redux Contemporary Art Center. My paintings consist of mostly figurative and non-objective work. I am forever learning and trying new techniques, mediums and subjects. Inspired by light, movement, surprising color combinations, social interaction, and patterns, I try to collaborate these elements and form abstracted, pixilated compositions. While still up for interpretation, I'd like for the observer to feel a casual, yet upbeat and sophisticated mood evoked from my work.


www.TeilDuncan.com

Teil Duncan Art


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Featured Artist - February 2014

Monday, Feb 03, 2014

Posted By Katie Wilber

February 2014 Featured Artist - Deirdre Weinberg

Deirdre Weinberg

San Francisco, CA

 

Favorite A&C Item:

All of the great art papers!

Specialties:

Painting

 

I strive to make my artwork a reflecting pool, a table of nourishment for thought, action and truth, and a progressive force in recognizing and conveying a truth. This is my passion, reasoning and philosophical approach to art - it is the highest form of communication I aspire to. To reflect on the late poet Adrienne Rich's words: "Art means nothing if it simply decorates the table of power which holds it hostage."

 

www.artsurgency.com

 

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Featured Artist - January 2014

Tuesday, Jan 07, 2014

Posted By Katie Wilber

January 2014 Featured Artist - Sarah Stieber

Sarah Stieber

San Diego, CA

 

Favorite A&C Item:

Gamblin Oil Paints

Specialties:

Oil Painting

 

Sarah Stieber is a contemporary artist whose flamboyant portraits and mystical scenes reflect a lifelong desire to elicit the extraordinary. Stieber received her BFA in painting with honors at Boston University, and has been painting professionally in San Diego since 2010. Stieber was selected as the featured artist for San Diego's "North Park Festival of the Arts", her design was chosen to adorn ONE Condom wrappers, she was chosen as the showcased artist for EFFEN Vodka's "The Art of Design" exhibition. Most recently, she was commissioned to create the centerpiece paintings in both the Marriott Courtyard in downtown San Diego, and Spring Hill Suites by Marriott in Oceanside.

 

SarahStieber.com

 

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Featured Artist - November 2013

Thursday, Oct 31, 2013

Posted By Katie Wilber

November 2013 Featured Artist - Rachel Church

Rachel E. Church

Portland, ME

 

Favorite A&C Item:

Reves BFK printmaking paper

Specialties:

Printer & Painter

 

Rachel Church is an artist and printmaker currently living in Portland, Maine. She received a B.A. in Art from the University of Southern Maine, with a concentration in Printmaking and Entrepreneurial Studies. In 2008, she spent time as an intern at the Engine House Press, on the island of Vinalhaven, Maine. After graduation, she spent a year printing with the Peregrine Press in Portland, thanks to the Kate Mahoney Memorial Scholarship. She currently creates at Running with Scissors Studios in Portland, Maine. When not in the studio, she loves to sew, cook, hike, and spend time with her cat, Charlotte, and two house rabbits, Maggie and Filbert.

 

www.rachelchurch.com

 

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