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Paintings by Casey Baugh  

Casey Baugh born 1984 in Chattanooga, Tennessee, is an American figurative portrait artist specializing in oil paint andcharcoal. His work is described as narrative impressionistic realism. He is best known for his application of dramatic and cinematic quality of lighting and attitudes for his figurative paintings and charcoals, along with his instructional DVDs, and his unique methods of teaching in painting workshops both domestically and internationally. Baugh currently resides in Brooklyn, New York and is a member of Arcadia Contemporary via wikipedia

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Amsterdam based artist Danny Van Ryswyk has been getting a fair amount of attention here on Hi-Fructose lately, but when I recently told the editors of HF that I would be traveling to the Netherlands to visit Danny (Full disclosure: Danny is exhibiting at my gallery Roq La Rue) they took me up on my offer of turning my visit into a “studio visit” post for the blog. So, without further ado, let’s take a little closer look at Danny’s upcoming work, his studio process, and what makes his work transcend the typical 3D sculpture formula.

Studio Visit: How Danny van Ryswyk Makes His 3D-printed Sculptures


Urban And Natural Landscapes Collide In A War - Artist Depicts The Chaos Through Mixed Media 3D Paintings

Gregory Euclide is a talented artist and teacher from Minnesota River Valley. He graduated with an MFA from the Minneapolis College of Art and Design and launched into his art career. As a tribute to his role as an educator, he champions the cause of nature at war with man-made effigies dominating the landscape and uses such classroom stationery to create these artwork that grow, tarnish and mend itself as it progresses on its frame.

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