Close-up (top) from- Hearken, 36” x 40”, oil and varnish on canvas, 2013, by Samantha Keely Smith.
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Wave: June 22, Storm
oil om Mylar mounted on wood, 14” x 19”
Pirotte Nathalie (Belgium) - En Morceaux, 2011 Paintings: Oil
Soft (Yarn, Cotton, Fabric), Wood
A View From Rear Window, 2011. Oil on canvas, 30 x 42”.
Chicken, 2010. oil on paper, 15 x 11”.
by Robert McPartland
Cardiff, United Kingdom
“Solutions and Decisions”
Oil on Plywood, 28 cm x 36.5 cm
Artist Karim Hamid (Portrait / oil on board, 2011)
“While the imagery is often distorted or exaggerated in my work, I also expect my work to express itself within its own polemical and painterly distortion of that distortion. It is about the thing/person being observed, as well as the method of being observed.” - Karim Hamid
Written on April 13, 1989, this letter was sent from second-grader Kelli Middlestead of the Franklin School in Burlingame, California, to Walter Stieglitz the Regional Director of the Alaska Region of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, lamenting the Exxon Valdez oil spill of March 24, 1989.