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Art In Quarantine Featured - Blue Decorated Eggs By Susan Brubaker Knapp

Art In Quarantine

During this time of quarantine, we are most lucky as artists to be able to continue the work of making. It may be that if we are forced to stay with our work, and are less distracted by things beckoning us from the outside world, we might find that we can go deeper than we expected.This may take a variety…

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Cary Gallery of Artists Small Treasures 10th Anniversary

Works by Ellen Hill, Eduardo Lapetina, Emily Lees, and Carol Retsch-Bogart will be featured in the Cary Gallery of Artists 2018 Small Treasures juried show.  Bob Rankin, Raleigh artist, was the juror. Artists created pieces with a maximum of 13 x 13 inches for two- dimensional work or under 12 inches for three-dimensional. The opening will be from 6:00 until 9:00 pm…

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Without Premeditation by Eduardo Lapetina

Perhaps because of my scientific background and my lack of formal training as an artist, I have taken many risks and explored new techniques in my work. My textural surfaces are built with paint; many layers of paint built up one over the other. I don’t use modeling paste or other fillers, just paint, straight from the containers, mixed right…

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