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Duarte uses a younger version of himself to tell the story of how he navigates through the creative community. Young Duarte goes in and out of portals through dreams that can be followed with folklore. Come along with young Duarte as he goes to CMA. If an artwork could talk,…
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Today’s Studio challenge is inspired by a subject very near and dear to my heart. Hair! I really love hair! There are so many shapes, lines, textures and colors to explore. It has been a major part of my artwork over the last 16 years. Here are a few examples…
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I love picture books even though I haven’t been a kid in a long time. What I love most are all the different ways that artists use materials to create pictures that help tell a story. Some artists create illustrations using paint, pastel chalks, ink, markers, paper and even fabrics.…
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Have you ever played Telephone — when someone whispers in your ear and you pass the message along? The game of Exquisite Corpse, invented by a playful group of artists who called themselves Surrealists, is similar. You begin drawing, then let a partner add to it. Like a ripple effect,…
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Water is Life: Finding the ripples, swirls, and other inspiration from the water Water is the single most necessary element to sustain life on the planet. Water is also a great source inspiration for many artists. Many artists and creatives find different ways to represent this beautiful and powerful life…
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I step out of the disrupting circumstances of life to make art. I find making art helps me heal. O.K. you may say. How?  As a child, I gravitated instinctively to art-making and quiet spaces where I would make things with cardboard, glue, rice or shoe polish. These were my…
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