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This is one in a series of interviews with our customers to see how they are adapting to the COVID-19 world. David Ridgway lives in Bellingham, WA and has been a customer for over 20 years. Whether painting plein aire or in his studio, his images of the hills, valleys, boats, and houses of the…

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This is one in a series of interviews with our customers to see how they are adapting to the COVID-19 world. Ginny Herzog lives in Minneapolis, MN and has been a customer for over 20 years.  Utilizing her digitally manipulated photos, as collage, she pieces portions of different architectural elements that are unrelated to each…

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This is one in a series of interviews with our customers to see how they are adapting to the COVID-19 world. Marian Steen lives in Saint Louis, MO and has been a customer since 2011. She creates works on paper using watercolor and collage, with subtle textures, bursts of color, and delicate lines. This is…

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This is one in a series of interviews with our customers to see how they are adapting to the COVID-19 world. Connie Connally lives in Santa Barbara and has been a customer since 2011. Connally is an abstract artist who finds inspiration in the natural coastlines and verdure of California where she lives and works.…

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This is one in a series of interviews with our customers to see how they are adapting to the COVID-19 world. Andrea Pramuk lives in Austin, Texas and has been a customer since 2013. Before becoming a professional artist, she was the Marketing Director at Ampersand Art Supply. This is her #artinthetimeofcorona story.   andreapramuk.com…

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We are always interested in how our customers frame their artwork. When talking with Carl Buttke we learned that he painted watercolors and framed them without glass or acrylic.  I asked him if we could share the process he uses with our customers. He generously agreed to tell us how he protects the watercolors from…

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Senufo: Art and Identity in West Africa is the first presentation of Senufo art in the United States in the last 50 years and includes more than 160 works borrowed from nearly 60 public and private collections in Europe, Asia, Africa and North America, many of which have never before been publicly displayed. The selection of…

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The ideas behind Lake’s atmospheric photography are primarily inspired by her life experiences.  Born in Osaka, Japan, Lake was conditioned to hold back her true feelings in a society where spoken and unspoken protocols for women are still significant.  Since her move to the United States two decades ago, she has investigated sexuality and female…

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