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Lisa Clague: A Possibility of Being

They always left some space. And in that clear unpeopled space they saved it lightly reared its head, with scarce a trace of not being there. They fed it, not with corn, but only with the possibility of being. And that was able to confer such strength, its brow put forth a horn.  ... Read more »

Eva Kwong Through the Lens of Dual Cultures

  California Conference for the Advancement of Ceramic Arts is thrilled to have the legendary ceramic artist Eva Kwong as one of our featured artists. This three day celebration of ceramic arts features today's top ceramic artists with hands-on demonstrations and live presentations along wit... Read more »

WHY PAINTING STILL HAS A MISSION

WHY PAINTING STILL HAS A MISSION by Edward Lucie-Smith For the last twenty-five years or so here have been constant, often rather gleeful-sounding, proclamations that “painting is dead”. Yet the art of painting stubbornly remains alive. This eclectic selection of painted images has been made b... Read more »

Marcy Friedman: Capturing the Inner Soul

Marcy Friedman: Capturing the Inner Soul An essay by John Seed Marcy Friedman, who has focused on figurative painting for the past few years, is an especially thoughtful, observant portraitist. Whether painting a friend, a family member or a professional model, Friedman endows her subjects wit... Read more »

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