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Fall 2014 Issue

Laurie Lipton By Laurie Lipton

Laurie Lipton was born in New York and began drawing at the age of four. She was the first person to graduate from Carnegie-Mellon University in Pennsylvania with a Fine Arts Degree in Drawing (with honors). She has lived in Holland, Belgium, Germany, France, the UK and has recently moved to Los Angeles after 36 years abroad. Her work has been exhibited extensively throughout Europe and the USA. Lipton was inspired by the religious paintings of the Flemish School. She tried to teach herself how to paint in the style of the 16th century Dutch Masters and failed. When traveling around Europe as a student, she began developing her very own peculiar drawing technique building up tone with thousands of fine cross-hatching lines like an egg tempera painting. “It’s an insane way to draw”, she says, “but the resulting detail and luminosity is worth the amount of effort. My drawings take longer to create than a painting of equal size and detail.”

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Spring 2014 Issue

Stefan Belzig By Stefan Beltzig

Born in Bavaria in 1944, the son of a Berlin film maker and dealer in Oriental Antiquities, Stefan Beltzig attempted at first to turn his back on the artistic milieu in which he was raised, dropped out of school and joined a circus troop as an acrobat. After leading the life of a vagabond, which enabled him to travel in India and the Near East, he began to study art. From 1963 to 1964 he worked at Shiraz and Isfahan in Iran where he took up ceramics and sculpture. After a formal study of art and graduation from the Academy of Art in Munich with First Prize in painting in 1973, he began to emphasize realism and trompe l’oeil- effects in his works. From 1979 on, his attention turned solely to drawing. His work and additional information can be found at www.stefanbeltzig.com and www.stefan-beltzig.artistwebsites.com.

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Winter 2012 Issue

Justin Winslow By Justin Winslow

Justin Winslow is an illustrator who has a true connection between hand and heart. His ink, watercolor, and digital images reflect his fascination with everything symbolic, from pop icons to monsters to visual metaphors. He was formally trained at the Maryland Institute, College of Art in Baltimore, Maryland. When he is not creating original art, he can be found working out of his Brooklyn based studio for freelance clients. His main illustration site can be visited at www.justinwinslow.com and his Mythfits webcomic can be found at mythfits-comic.blogspot.com.

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Spring 2011 Issue

James Prochnik By James Prochnik

James Prochnik is an artist and photographer currently living and working in Brooklyn, NY. His photography has been licensed by Photonica (now part of Getty Images), published in Fortune Magazine, and used as book covers and illustrations for a variety of clients including Microsoft. In 2011, his artworks were featured in a solo show at The Soundry, in Vienna, Virginia, and in a group show at The D.C. Loft Gallery in Washington, D.C. You can read more about James at Plastic Army and follow James at his Facebook fan page.

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Spring 2010 Issue

Dino Valls By Dino Valls

As one of the Spanish representatives of the vanguard of figurative art, Valls’ work displays the strong influence of past masters and their studies of the human form. In the early ’90s, Valls began studying the use of egg tempera, adapting and customizing the techniques of Italian and Flemish masters from the fifteenth to seventeenth centuries to create new works in combinations of tempera and oil. His paintings elaborate and expand upon the methods of past masters, employing formal figurative techniques as the medium through which to explore the human psyche in a conceptual framework laden with profound psychological weight and symbolism.

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