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Glass Jar with Chocolate Boxes Glass Jar with Chocolate Boxes
Newberry

Considering some recent topics, a change of pace is in order, so I thought I should take a moment to speak of something beautiful. While I do enjoy and appreciate art greatly, it is my wife that profoundly loves it. So, recently I decided to purchase a work of art for my wife, a surprise gift for Christmas. I was planning on buying a pastel... (See the whole comment)
(Added by George W. Cordero on 12/21/2004, 6:00pm)

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"Mourning", 2004, charcoal on Rives BFK, 18 x 24""Mourning", 2004, charcoal on Rives BFK, 18 x 24"
Newberry

A few weeks ago I got a chilling call from Greece informing me that a friend died, Thodoris Archontopoulos. Today I finished a drawing about that loss. ... (See the whole comment)
(Added by Newberry on 12/01/2004, 9:20am)

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Fight Fire With FireFight Fire With Fire
Joseph Maurone

An inversion of the medieval "damsel in distress" as a metaphor for the modern day perils confronting many a single mother, who in the absence of a knight in shining armor, have to "fight fire with fire"...
(Added by Joe Maurone on 11/29/2004, 3:21pm)

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Colored Pencils, 2004, pastel on red paper.Colored Pencils, 2004, pastel on red paper.
Newberry

This month I have created 17 new works. You can view them at www.RomanticRealism.net All the pieces listed in blue are recent. ... (See the whole comment)
(Added by Newberry on 11/27/2004, 10:49am)

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Project: Holiday Home - Ground FloorProject: Holiday Home - Ground Floor
Peter Cresswell

When considering a work of architecture you should definitely and as a minimum examine the floor plan and understand it. Architecture is a three-dimensional art, and proper appreciation of it only comes with appreciation of a work's three-dimensions. As Le Corbusier used to say, the plan is the generator. The plan is analogous to the musica...
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(Added by Peter Cresswell on 11/06/2004, 11:06pm)

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KateKate
Akhriev

Here is another one of Daud Akhriev's images, almost life-size. ... (See the whole comment)
(Added by Newberry on 11/04/2004, 3:45pm)

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Project: Holiday HomeProject: Holiday Home
Peter Cresswell

A holiday home to delight, relax and sleep ten people (plus guests) - compact, yet deceptively spacious. Simple materials used intelligently to make nature more human, and human life more natural.
(Added by Peter Cresswell on 11/02/2004, 3:39pm)

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PucciniPuccini
Newberry

Puccini, 1986, oil on linen, 58 x 70". (See the whole comment)
(Added by Newberry on 11/01/2004, 4:11pm)

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Exhibition Opening October 29th, Chattanooga, Tennessee.Exhibition Opening October 29th, Chattanooga, Tennessee.
Akhriev

Exhibition Opening October 29th, Chattanooga, Tennessee. ... (See the whole comment)
(Added by Newberry on 10/24/2004, 1:31pm)

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The SwimmerThe Swimmer
Danielle Anjou

Beautiful bronze by Danielle Anjou. Poised, powerful, heroic! I would love to see a piece fitting the description of Howard Roark splitting the water beneath the cliffs. This one will do for me. ... (See the whole comment)
(Added by John Newnham on 10/21/2004, 11:55am)

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Funeral For A FriendFuneral For A Friend
Alex Ross

In Memory of Christopher Reeve.
(Added by Joe Maurone on 10/12/2004, 8:15pm)

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The Art of Alex RossThe Art of Alex Ross
Alex Ross

I wanted to share with SOLO my love of the work of Alex Ross. Ross is known for his dramatic paintings of superheroes. He has been called the "Norman Rockwell of comics," though he is much more inspired by illustrator Andrew Loomis. While other artists have painted superheroes before, Ross has captured the essence of the humanity of the c... (See the whole comment)
(Added by Joe Maurone on 10/10/2004, 4:09pm)

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Mario Lanza MuralMario Lanza Mural
Diane Keller

Thank you, Chris and Lindsey, for sharing your passion for Mario Lanza. I live in Philly, a few blocks away from this mural. While I am not familiar with his music, I can understand now why this mural exists.
(Added by Joe Maurone on 10/07/2004, 1:33am)

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JosephJoseph
Newberry

Hello, I have been posting a lot on Solo lately, as if I am living there...but to show you that I really do live and work as an artist I am posting this portrait of Joseph. 12 x 16", acrylic on canvas panel.
(Added by Newberry on 9/20/2004, 12:51pm)

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Picnic Island, CloudsPicnic Island, Clouds
Newberry

Between hurricanes, Kant, and the anniversary of 9/11 I was in a terrible mood. This 9/11 turned out to be a beautiful day and more in keeping with my spirit I went outside to draw landscapes. You can find the other three at www.RomanticRealism.net, the info marked in blue are the recent updates. Michael (See the whole comment)
(Added by Newberry on 9/13/2004, 4:12pm)

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KimberlyKimberly
Newberry

This is a pastel drawing on black paper, drawn on September 9th, 2004. It is the result of a 3-hour session with the model Kimberly. ... (See the whole comment)
(Added by Newberry on 9/12/2004, 7:48pm)

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EcstasyEcstasy
Maxfield Parrish

Standing barefoot on the rough rocks, facing the morning sun, with body open to the world and dress whipping about in the wind is a women embodying ecstasy.
(Added by Jeff Landauer on 6/29/2004, 3:02pm)

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Judith IJudith I
Gustav Klimt

This painting by Gustav Klimt embodies dignity and cold calculation in the persona of the, yes, Biblical character of Judith, who beheaded the enemy leader Holofernes, whose armies threatened her father's tribe. ...
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(Added by Orion Reasoner on 6/24/2004, 12:19am)

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Fall TreeFall Tree
Bill Sienkiewicz

The illustrator Bill Sienkiewicz has been active now for at least 25 years, producing artwork for all forums, including comic books... ... (See the whole comment)
(Added by Orion Reasoner on 6/24/2004, 12:19am)

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Mile High Skyscraper: "The Illinois"Mile High Skyscraper: "The Illinois"
Frank Lloyd Wright

(I would like to give due credit to Mr. Philip Howison for referring me to this work in an earlier art discussion.) This full view of an immense building dwarfs the landscape and even the metropolis surrounding it. The building's faces reflect the sunlight with a golden glow and contribute to the purposeful, upward-striving angularity of thi... (See the whole comment)
(Added by G. Stolyarov II on 4/28/2004, 12:54pm)

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