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By NIELLY FRANCOISE Steph, we really should go to like an art exhibit or galleria. I really love seeing art and I can tell you do too:)) @sjlogan

By NIELLY FRANCOISE Steph, we really should go to like an art exhibit or galleria. I really love seeing art and I can tell you do too:)) @sjlogan

Portrait of a Stranger by Misti (Mstislav) Pavlov I love the expressionistic technique, the delicacy and beauty of the subject is shown through contrastingly thick and Impressionist brushstrokes. I like the colours with the suggestion of flowers and how they enhance the beauty of the subject. I also like the positioning and composition of the piece as beauty is shown without seeing her face but in a unique way.

R.I.P. Prince: Celebrating the Icon's Unforgettable Influence

Portrait of a Stranger by Misti (Mstislav) Pavlov I love the expressionistic technique, the delicacy and beauty of the subject is shown through contrastingly thick and Impressionist brushstrokes. I like the colours with the suggestion of flowers and how they enhance the beauty of the subject. I also like the positioning and composition of the piece as beauty is shown without seeing her face but in a unique way.

mixed media/collage piece - and a great portrait!                                                                                                                                                                                 More

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I like that this artist has used a range of different colours to create the skin tones of this portrait. Painted with a palette knife; Oils.

I like that this artist has used a range of different colours to create the skin tones of this portrait. Painted with a palette knife; Oils.

Hindart2: Paintings BY Joshua Suda, use a photo under some drawings and rip parts away like it is coming to life.

Hindart2: Paintings BY Joshua Suda, use a photo under some drawings and rip parts away like it is coming to life.

This is a Chuck Close Self-Portrait made in 2010. I like this because of the fragmented pieces and colors he creates to make on big self portrait from a distance.

After Decades Of Pixel Painting, Chuck Close Goes Truly Digital

This is a Chuck Close Self-Portrait made in 2010. I like this because of the fragmented pieces and colors he creates to make on big self portrait from a distance.

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