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The Shadow of Sensitivity

Contemporary Academic Painting by Isabel Garmon

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The Contemporary Academic Art of Isabel Garmon….

There are certain paintings and drawings one seems to remember forever, etched into memory not only for the visual ingenuity but the way in which a singular piece of art stirred something within, something deeper, an enduring admiration of sorts, often lasting a lifetime.

Portraiture in particular can have this effect. Within the sensitivity of form, one can read the breathing thinking being in charcoal drawing or layers of oil — this is a sensed yet invisible animation.

10 QUESTIONS FOR MIGUEL ANGEL MOYA

PAINTING THE FIGURE NOW at WAUSAU MUSEUM OF CONTEMPORARY ART

MIGUEL ANGEL MOYA was born in Valencia in 1970. He began his Fine Arts degree at the Facultad Politécnica de Valencia in the late 80s, giving up two years later, disappointed by the method of teaching at the Faculty. Around the same time he met the realistic painter Francisco Ugeda, in whose workshop he learned the technical fundamentals of painting. In 1992 he has his first exhibition in Denia, Spain. Moya also studied the Violin receiving an advanced degree in the discipline. He combined painting with his work as a musician for years, but left the violin in 2002 to fully focus on his career as a painter. Since then, Moya has exhibited his work across Europe, United States and China. In 2008 he has his first solo exhibition in Madrid (Santiago Echeberría Gallery) in 2011 he had a solo exhibition in New York.

10 QUESTIONS FOR SHAINA CRAFT

Shaina Craft is a visual artist living and working in Chicago. She graduated with an MFA from The New York Academy of Art in 2015 and a BFA from Maryland Institute College of Art in 2011. Shaina creates figurative oil paintings and works on paper that explore contemporary and classical techniques.

Shaina’s painting „Wonder“ was recently on view at the Wausau Museum of Contemporary Art for their inaugural exhibition, curated by Alyssa Monks. She has also recently received the Blick/InLiquid Microgrant for her series of Petite Paintings. She recently exhibited in Winged Woman; the Art of Arlene Love and Contemporary Parallels at the Painted Bride in Philadelphia. Her work has been shown in galleries across the United States as well as the Affordable Art Fair NYC with SaatchiArt. Shaina exhibited in a group show of drawings at Lacey & Phillips curated by InLiquid in early 2017. Shaina’s work has been recognized by publications such as Juxtapoz, Hi Fructose, and PoetsArtists.

10 QUESTIONS SHAINA CRAFT Shain - dulcemenendez | ello

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