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Fort Lauderdale, FL - Why Does It Take So Long to Finish a Masterpiece Painting?
Master Pastel Artist, L.A. Cline has just put the final touches to new Pastel Painting, the ‘Lucky Leprechaun,’ measuring 31” x 39”.
Every Artist must have an undeniable inspiration to start creating. The beginning spark is everything. If a painting takes months to create, that spark must have a very strong connection to the Artist. L.A. Cline’s legacy paintings are time consuming. The layering of pastel pigments take time. These layers develop the vivid colors and depth, which give each painting its own realistic quality.
For L.A. Cline, art is everywhere. Art can be found in even street performers. They work daily at their craft to make someone smile. Since Leprechauns are such fun characters, the Artist decided that a Leprechaun would be a great character for a painting. “The ‘Lucky Leprechaun’ is out there all the time tempting you with his dance-like pose, mischievous smile and pot of gold. If...
Cuiaba, Ma - Selected Work for Exhibition SENSES, Linus Galleries, Los Angeles, EUA. March.
♢ Special Merit Award Work at ALL PHOTOGRAPHY exhibition at Light Space & Time Online Art Gallery, 2014.
♢ Selected Work at exhibition 1° Maratona Fotográfica, Cuiabá, 2013.
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San Antonio, TE - Sunset Road Gallery has taken the work of Robert D. McBain to be featured at Candlelight Coffee house and cafe 3011 N. St. Marys.
The installation of thirteen paintings has been completed. And will hang as featured artist through March and April at the very popular escape for Trinity University students and staff.
The coffee and wine bar is a favorite drop in spot for dinner or after dinner for art patrons visiting other Tobin Hill art venues.
McBain's work includes imaginative abstracts and figurative pieces inspired by the talented figure models he employs at Inspire Fine Art Center.
Candlelight hours are 2pm until 11pm Tuesday thru Thursday,
2pm until 12am Friday,
10am until midnight Saturday,
and Sunday brunch 10am until 2pm.
The food and atmosphere is the best of the Tobin Hill art district. Come by to relax with a cup or glass and enjoy the artwork of artist Robert (Dan) McBain.
like us at: facebook.com/mcbainstudio
New York, NY - Stock Regent is running a contest. It is offering a $500 cash prize to the individual who buys, and then holds, the most shares of IBC between January 6, 2003 and January 17, 2003.
The contest seems like a transparent attempt to generate volume for IBC – but for whose benefit? Stock Regent admits that it “may receive compensation for the efforts in research, presentation, and dissemination of information on companies featured on our web site and within our newsletter reports.” In a lengthy disclaimer posted on its website, Stock Regent goes on to say that “[a]ll compensation can easily be found on the bottom of the the [sic] page for the companies being profiled.”
There is no compensation information concerning IBC at the bottom of the Stock Regent report on IBC, or anywhere else on the Stock Regent website. In fact, we did not find any compensation information at the end of any of the reports posted on the Stock Regent website. Does that mean Stock Regent has not...