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  • Newbie

    Hi - I just joined yesterday. This is a nice site. Glad I found it. I am having a problem identifying a portrait of Jesus. The person who published it on the internet said it was supposed to have been painted by El Greco. But I poured over his portraits and it is not there. I went to several El Greco...
    Posted to Welcome! by mollyjane on 18 Feb 2014
  • Alfredo Garcia showcases his collection, "Abstract Elegance"

    Alfredo Garcia is a perceptive assemblage artist based in California. While many critics have referred to his work as " highly moving ", Garcia never intended to create art with a specific purpose or goal in mind. He simply finds an innate beautify in the visual patterns and earthly blends...
    Posted to Member Opportunities & Buy/Sell by rachel007 on 26 Jan 2014
  • Copyrights for Visual Artists

    Copyright issues never seem very clear to many of us and I'd like to pose a question for anyone that might have an answer. If a private company hires an artist to paint backdrop murals for their 3-D model railroad layouts, should the artist be selling the full copyrights to the company? How would...
    Posted to Outside the Studio by tsachade on 13 Sep 2013
  • Self portrait... HELP... critique my work please:)

    Hey I am working on a series of self portraits and this is my first painting in Pastel. I would love to get some honest critique about this painting cause it feels like there is something missing ... but I cant really figure out what.
    Posted to Pastel by Nivvi on 4 Sep 2013
  • To be Realistic or Impressionistic: Defining my style

    Finding my style in an everything goes style world! Below is a combination of my interpretation of real and impressionistic, and abstract. This is where every artist discovers themselves. To be real or not, basically. I suffer with this for every piece of artwork. I LOVE love love realism and the technique...
    Posted to Animals by jstaylorart on 1 Sep 2013
  • "Firth Light", the latest INTO THE ARCTIC Project oil painting by Cory Trepanier

    Firth Light", 12" x 7.5", oil on linen The Firth River, Ivvavik National Park, in the northwest corner of the Yukon, Canada. A stunning piece of wilderness that I was fortunate to set up my easel in. This place is at the junction of the of where Canada meets the US meeets teh arctic ocean...
    Posted to Member Gallery by Cory Trepanier on 12 Mar 2010
    Filed under: landscape, mountains, art, oil, canvas, nature, painting, Family, landscapes, Canada, outdoor, park, artist, paintings, outdoors, north, climate, arctic, ice, God, fiord, rugged, wilderness, painter, inuit, hiking, glacier, extreme, canoeing, adventure, into, Cory, Canadian, Trepanier, exploration, travel, environment, camping, polar, explore, parks
  • "In The Light", oil on canvas, 38" x 16", by Cory Trepanier

    Here's my latest painting, just completed a couple of days ago. It's called "In The Light" and it's from a trip to Gros Morne National Park in Newfoundland, Canada. Private Collection. See more of my fine art here: www.trepanieroriginals.com Explore my current "Into The Arctic"...
    Posted to Member Gallery by Cory Trepanier on 12 Sep 2009
    Filed under: landscape, mountains, art, oil, canvas, nature, painting, Family, landscapes, Canada, outdoor, park, ontario, artist, paintings, outdoors, north, climate, arctic, ice, rugged, wilderness, painter, inuit, hiking, glacier, extreme, canoeing, adventure, into, Cory, Canadian, Trepanier, exploration, travel, environment, camping, polar, explore, parks, Georgian Bay, Caledon
  • "Grown Over", oil on linen, 12" x 7.25", by Cory Trepanier

    "A couple of springs ago, my daughter Andie and I headed out for a little mini adventure: a paddle down the Humber River from Bolton to Kleinburg. To make it more of an outing, we brought our camping gear and pitched our tent at one of the many bends along the waterway. It was great father-daughter...
    Posted to Member Gallery by Cory Trepanier on 7 Sep 2009
    Filed under: landscape, mountains, art, oil, canvas, nature, painting, Family, landscapes, Canada, outdoor, park, artist, paintings, outdoors, north, climate, arctic, ice, rugged, wilderness, painter, inuit, hiking, glacier, extreme, canoeing, adventure, into, Cory, Canadian, Trepanier, exploration, travel, environment, camping, polar, explore, parks, Georgian Bay
  • "Dreams Revisited"

    I believe this would be called a quintic?. (5 seperate panels to create one work of art) It is done in Oil and measures 42" x 66"
    Posted to Member Gallery by Spider Ryan on 24 May 2009
    Filed under: art, painting, Oil painting, woman, head, animals, fantasy, woman's face, female, Native American, faces, artist, surrealism, horses, freedom, emotion
  • "Autumn Morning"

    This is a triptic done in oil paint. It measures 36" x 72"
    Posted to Member Gallery by Spider Ryan on 24 May 2009
    Filed under: landscape, art, Oil painting, lake, scenery, water, oil on canvas, geese, Native American, rocks, tribes, outdoor, Spiritual, pine trees, artist, tree, American Artist, Landscape oil Painting, Native American Landscape
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