abstract paintings

Me & My Art Monday: Chris Quinn

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This week’s featured artist:  Chris Quinn, member since 2014: ME:  I was born in Washington, D.C. and grew up in Potomac, Maryland. In my early twenties I moved to New York City and got a job painting sets and furniture at Martha Stewart Living Magazine. It was there that I learned a great deal about paint, color, aesthetics, stains, effects, finishes; and the…

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Me & My Art Monday: Sea Yoon

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This week’s featured artist:  Sea Yoon, member since 2014: ME:  I was born in Seoul, Korea in 1988. At age of fourteen, I moved to U.S. with my family. I obtained my BFA from the Maryland Institute College of Art in Baltimore, in 2011. During those years, I gained experiences in sculpture, drawing, ceramic, painting, video, and teaching through several internship programs. In…

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Me & My Art Monday: Joe Galindo

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This week’s featured artist:  Joe Galindo, member since 2014: ME:  I’m a Texas Gulf Coast native. Before moving to Crofton, MD two years ago, I moved and traveled around for about 12 years, living in and visiting almost every continent.  My life has not come without its challenges but those challenges gave me deep, soulful roots. I enjoy experiencing life with others and getting…

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Me & My Art Monday: Lesley Giles

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This week’s featured artist:  Lesley Giles, member since 2012: ME:  My experience as an artist started in early adolescence when I became a pseudo hippy. Heavily influenced by psychedelic bands like Pink Floyd, the French existentialist writers & anything Avant-Garde in the London art galleries I joined an evening nude life-drawing class when I was 16.  I graduated (failing art), and was accepted into…

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Me & My Art Monday: Gail Higginbotham

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This week’s featured artist:  Gail Higginbotham, member since 2001: ME:  A Maryland native, I spent my summers along the waterfront off Whitehall Creek. My passion for art began as a child – my medium of choice the big box of Crayola crayons, and I still love using this medium. I have upped the quality to Carn d’ache neopastels (oil pastels).  My formal study began…

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