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Grant Haffner – Open Road

Grant Haffner was born in Berkeley, California and raised in East Hampton, Long Island, has been a resident of the East End of Long Island, New York for most of his life. Probably that is the reason why this American artist paints vivid landscapes inspired by the beautiful country roads and bodies of water of his hometown. In his art work he is using acrylic, marker, and pencil on wood panel. Haffner is deconstructing the scene that he is painting into a striking series of graphic lines. Another distinctive feature...

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Loving Vincent

8 years, 860 paintings, 1026 drawings, 800 letters, 20 people telling the story of one man. This outstanding project is is an investigation delving into the life and controversial death of Vincent Van Gogh. And that would not be surprising if the story would not be told by his paintings and by the characters that inhabit them. This 80 minutes of crime story will unfolds through interviews with the characters closest to Vincent and through dramatic reconstructions of the events leading up to his death. Film "Loving Vincent" will consist...

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Scottish Landscapes by Scott Naismith

This Glasgow- based artist takes an inspiration from surrounding him Scottish landscapes. His paintings are interpretation of the skies, land, and sea before him as beautiful streaks of color. To create those multi-layered melody of color that expressed his love his native countryside,  he is using multi-sized brushes and various palette knives. Those multiple tools allows him to create texture and visual effect. As he explain colors that are often present in his work re artistic renditions of light peeking through the clouds : "After 10 years of paying the...