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Fashion Art: First Class ! and II by Karen Dupre

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Fashion Art: First Class II by Karen Dupre

Fashion Art: First Class I by Karen Dupre

Animal Posters, cheetah posters, decorative art prints, Fashion Art, Figurative Art, first class 1 poster, karen dupre art

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Ken Bailey: Deeper emotional connection with animals

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Ken Bailey: Deeper emotional connection with animals

Born in Salt Lake City, Utah in 1953, Ken Bailey has painted most of his life andattendewd the University of Utah. In addition to being an artist, he has owned Bailey Nelson Gallery of Seattle, WA since 1987.

Cats and dogs are fantastic subjects. While they appeal to people who appreciate the graphic form and historical connotation, they also attract animal lovers who share an emotional connection. Ken Bailey uses cats and dogs as subject matter in his work for several reasons. He enjoys the variety of breeds from a technical standpoint, and finds them versatile subjects. However, his goal is not to paint a representational portrait, but to portray a deeper emotional connection that makes people laugh- reminding them of a loved friend.

In general, Bailey creates his work in three structures. The first is reminiscent of a vintage poster where the dog is the primary character. These pieces evoke the feeling of vintage advertising, and involve wit and humor. The second form contains the elements of dog dreams and fantasies. Usuallly two-part works, one section is representational of the animal while the other shows it doing something fantastic or unusual. Connected by thought bubbles, it is clear that the animal is dreaming of the extraordinary fantasy. The third structure is free form-depicting the dog by showing it in an act that summarizes his personality.

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Fashion Art: Karen Dupré and Her Animals

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Karen Dupré was born in L.A. County, California. She is a self-taught artist whose first inspiration stemmed from her interest in horses. This fascination quickly led her to translate the splendor of these animals and other wildlife through drawing. Karen has broadened her repertoire to include landscapes, still-life imagery and figures, while never abandoning the wildlife that first sparked her imagination.

Throughout her imagery, one can find a certain sense of harmony. This tranquility is partly a result of her gentle brushstrokes and her talent to illustrate the play of light in both nature and man-made objects. Dupré’s work is adept at capturing a fleeting moment in time and seemingly transporting the viewer there. The artist’s unique style demonstrates her ability to transcend traditional parameters and to constantly challenge herself in finding new avenues of expression.

Cosmopolitan by Karen Dupre

Fashion Art: Time to Shop by Karen Dupre

Fashion Art: First Class I by Karen Dupre

Fashion Art: First Class II by Karen Dupre

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Cat and Crab on the Beach by Pablo Picasso

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Cat and Crab on the Beach by Pablo Picasso

Animal Posters, cat and crab on the beach, Figurative Art, fine art posters, Modern Art, Pablo Picasso, picasso art prints, picasso posters, sea creatures, Spanish Art

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Mythology Art: Moon Goddess Diana in Roman Mythology

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Mythology Art: Moon Goddess Diana

In Roman mythology, Diana (lt. “heavenly” or “divine”) was the goddess of the hunt and moon and birthing, being associated with wild animals and woodland, and having the power to talk to and control animals. She was equated with the Greek goddess Artemis, though she had an independent origin in Italy.

Diana was worshiped in ancient Roman religion and is revered in Roman Neopaganism and Stregheria. Dianic Wicca, a largely feminist form of the practice, is named for her. Diana was known to be the virgin goddess of childbirth and women. She was one of the three maiden goddesses, Diana, Minerva and Vesta, who swore never to marry.

Oak groves were especially sacred to her. According to mythology, Diana was born with her twin brother Apollo on the island of Delos, daughter of Jupiter and Latona. Diana made up a triad with two other Roman deities: Egeria the water nymph, her servant and assistant midwife; and Virbius, the woodland god.

Diana often appeared as a young woman, age around 12 to 19. It was believed that she had a fair face like Aphrodite with a tall body, slim, small hips, and a high forehead. As a goddess of hunting, she wore a very short tunic so she could hunt and run easily and is often portrayed holding a bow, and carrying a quiver on her shoulder, accompanied by a deer or hunting dogs. Sometimes the hunted creature would also be shown. As goddess of the moon, however, Diana wore a long robe, sometimes with a veil covering her head. Both as goddess of hunting and goddess of the moon she is frequently portrayed wearing a moon crown.

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Lion in Black and White Barely There iPhone 6 Case

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Black & White Lion iPhone 6 Case
Black & White Lion iPhone 6 Case by made_in_atlantis
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Lion in Black and White Barely There iPhone 6 Case
Lion in Black and White Barely There iPhone 6 Case by willowdewisp
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Style: Case-Mate Barely There iPhone 6 Case

This form-fitting featherlight Case-Mate custom case provides full coverage to your iPhone 6 with 4.7 inch screen while still keeping your device ultra sleek and stylish.

Designed for the iPhone 6 with 4.7 inch screen
Slim profile and lightweight
Impact resistant, durable hard plastic
Lay-flat bezel to protect your screen from directly contacting surfaces
Access to all ports, controls & sensors
Customize with your images, designs, and text
Glossy finish
Printed in the USA

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Emperor Penguins Kissing Art Print

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Emperor Penguins Kissing Print
Emperor Penguins Kissing Print by kcoop
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About the Print

The printed side of the canvas is very glossy and smooth feeling, with the print being vivid and somewhat reflective. It does scratch if you scrape it with metal or sharp objects, so some care is required. However, I was using this print to make book covers and some amount of scratching is expected, and it does take effort to scratch so I consider the quality to be excellent. The reverse side is dull, very matte, with the canvas weaving highly visible. I also applied gesso to both sides for use in mixed media and the gesso adheres to each side very well without cracking.

Original Polar Bear Photography Art Poster
Original Polar Bear Photography Art Poster by made_in_atlantis
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Blacklight Horses – Horse on the Beach Poster

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Blacklight Horses Poster Print - Horse Posters
Blacklight Horses Poster Print – Horse Posters by made_in_atlantis
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A horse wild and free poster
A horse wild and free poster by laureenr
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horse on the beach poster, horse posters, figurative horse posters, animal posters, photography art prints, color photography, figurative art prints, giant posters

Pop Art Horse Print Poster
Pop Art Horse Print Poster by made_in_atlantis
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Black White Tiger Eyes Poster

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Black White Tiger Eyes Poster Print
Black White Tiger Eyes Poster Print by hizli_art
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tiger in a tropical storm, tigar posters, wild animal posters, animal posters, oil on canvas, landscape paintings, french art

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Time to Play Art Print

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Time to Play Art Print

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