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Born in Chard, England, and raised in London, painter Julyan Davis first came to America in 1988. He eventually made his way to western North Carolina and settled in Asheville. Marshall discusses his artistic style and creations. His Southern-themed paintings and landscapes are among his most popular works.
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Our State (NoCar F 251 S77), Vol. 76 Issue 8, Jan 2009, p158, 160, 162, il Periodical Website
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Painter Eric Silver of Asheville was not happy with the oil paints he found in most art supply stores so he set about to make his own. His Asheville-based Blue Ridge Artists Materials, makes oil paints and mediums for other artists.
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Our State (NoCar F 251 S77), Vol. 77 Issue 8, Jan 2010, p150-152, 154, il, por Periodical Website
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Newsome discusses the life and work of Asheville painter Wendy Whitson. She was inspired to pursue art by her famous uncle, Joseph King, a portrait painter, and her aunt, sculptress Earline King. Whitson studied painting and graphic design at East Carolina University.
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Our State (NoCar F 251 S77), Vol. 79 Issue 6, Nov 2011, p24-25, por, bibl Periodical Website
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29675
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Cheryl Keefer, a studio artist in the River Arts District of Asheville, North Carolina, creates mostly plein air (outdoor) oil and watercolor landscapes of an Impressionist style. In an interview with Keefer, she discusses her earliest memories of being outside, and how her interest and talent in art developed.
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29719
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Sahar Fakhoury is a figurative artist, painter and sculptor who moved from Kuwait to Asheville, North Carolina in 1990. Creating some continuity from her childhood as a gymnast and dancer, Fakhoury’s most recent work is inspired by the human body in motion. She also sees the importance of art as a form of historical documentation.
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Megan Richard is a watermedia artist in Hendersonville, North Carolina. She creates nature paintings inspired by memories of her childhood and family, and the songbird is a repeated thematic element in her work. Richard primarily uses watercolors, but likes to use inks and fluid acrylics as well.
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For Cheyenne Trunnell, an Asheville painter of ethereal landscapes, art has meant a lifetime of self-discovery and spiritual awakening through communion with the natural world. With training in both art and psychology, Trunnell uses her art as a form of therapy.
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Asheville artist Scott Mills is known for his surreal paintings of nature and animals. In an interview, Mills discusses how his work is derived from the concepts of symbiosis where different organisms work together to benefit each other.
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