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Brushstrokes Day-to-Day 3 by Angela Scorza

Golden age of these 18 years of the Floating Gallery of Arts Workshop. We had students who became friends forever, friends and neighbors who decided to “To try” paint even for leisure. The workshop was a good place of Floating ...

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Brushstrokes Day-to-Day 2 by Waldir Bronson

Brushstrokes Day-to-Day 2 by Waldir Bronson in 2003, a lesson in art history at the Universidade Braz Cubas with the great teacher René Frédéric Guy Petitdemange, had a very curious fact. Frédéric or simply Fred, as everybody called him was ...

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Brushstrokes Day-to-Day by Waldir Bronson

Brushstrokes Day-to-Day by Waldir Hello Bronson! I know several funny stories involving Fine Arts, but one that was even more marked at the time of the Faculty at the University Braz Cubas in Mogi das Cruzes – SP. I remember that in a ...

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Brushstrokes Day-to-Day by Miriam Rylands

Brushstrokes of day-to-day by Miriam Rylands . "The Biennial of 1966 was part of my story ", says artist Miriam Rylands. She paints, edge and sculpts. Makes Monotype, woodcut and ceramics. She has exhibited in the U.S., lived in England and participated in a ...

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Brushstrokes Day-to-Day by Antonia Guardia

Brushstrokes of day-to-day by Antonia Guardia This à © my “history” with paintings… I had never painted beyond the arts that require schools (primary and secondary). I have never been good to paint “my painting” was a ...

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Brushstrokes Day-to-Day by Alice Brandão

Brushstrokes Day-to-Day by Alice Brandão One evening I was creating the work, Jesus on Universe, and late at night happened an unprecedented fact. I had bought a paintbrush called “Cat Tongue” the Condor, and it comes with a ...

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