viernes, 7 de marzo de 2014



        Consider The Lilies, Oil On Linen, 30x40''
        Couple On A Rock, Oil on Linen, 16x20''

                               Double Rainbow, Oil On Linen, 36 x 24''
      Enlightenment, 20x29''
      Nesting, Oil On Linen, 16x20''
                       Mother And Child, Oil On Canvas, 20x16''
                              Iconoclast, Oil On Canvas, 36x24''
                  Blue Star, Oil On Canvas, 30x24''
                              Charity, Oil On Linen, 72x48''
     Wrapture, Oil On panel, 24x36''
                         Dream Giver, Oil On Canvas, 30x24''
                      Eventide, Oil On panel, 48x36''
                  Eventide 2
        Storge, Oil On Canvas, 12x16''
       Star Sheep, Oil On Wood, 10x10''
       The Optimist, Oil On Canvas, 30x30''
                                Blind Walker, Oil On Linen, 36x24''
      Adrift, Oil On Wood, 20x37''
                     Burn This Painting, Oil On Canvas, 20x16''
                                Earth Tones, Oil On Linen, 72x48''
                      Laurel Magnolia, Oil On Linen, 36x30''
                      P. Allen Smith, Oil On Canvas, 40x30''
                          Counting to 1000, Oil On Canvas 24x18''
                    Controlled Burnç
        Cattails, Oil On Linen, 18x24''

"I was born in the hometown of Albrecht Dürer on the birthday of Winslow Homer, Charles Le Brun, and Franz Von Stuck, so I already had my work cut out for me. My dad was a sergeant in the U.S. Army from Philadelphia, and my mom was raised on a cattle farm in Kentucky. When I was six my parents separated, and we moved to Indiana. My two sisters and I were raised in the historic river town of Newburgh by our mother who worked full-time at a pharmaceutical manufacturing plant in Evansville. I had trouble in school, but found comfort in drawing and was enchanted by the lonesome moans of the barges at night. My aunt Marilyn gave me oil painting lessons at twelve, and my mom bought me books on figure drawing and supplies when she could. During my undergraduate studies at the former Savannah Campus of the School of Visual Arts I found mentors in Jeff Markowsky and Anthony Palliser. When SVA Savannah closed its doors in 1997, I was already married with my first child, and moved to the main campus in New York. There I studied with one of my heroes, Steven Assael, and Max Ginsburg. I continued to study privately with Assael while working in Soho as an assistant painter for Jeff Koons and later in Time Square as an in-house illustrator at Nickelodeon. An eyewitness of the September 11th attacks I decided to leave New York shortly after to continue my painting studies in my home state, Indiana. I completed my graduate studies in Painting in 2004 at Indiana University in Bloomington. There I worked closely under Bonnie Sklarski, who also became a mentor figure to me. After teaching for two years at the Art academy of Cincinnati, I accepted an offer for a three-year position as Artist in Residence for University of Arkansas at Little Rock’s Painting program. My wife Amy who is a homebirth midwife, our six children, and I have assimilated well here, and we have decided to stay in Arkansas. I teach drawing and painting classes, and am the Creative director of Studio Argenta School of Figurative Art in North Little Rock." STEPHEN CEFALO

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Jorg R. Dubin was Born in Eugene, Oregon. December 6th, 1955 and attended the Art Institute of Southern California