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Weekly Art Update - Issue Number Seven

by Brian Scott Hampton September 22, 2014 0 Comments


NEW SUBLIMATION TEES LAUNCHING SEPTEMBER 25TH! STAY TUNED!


"Cymatica" Original painting by E Howard
24 x 24 - acrylic on canvas - View Eric's Art Page Here!


"Flower Power" by Randal Roberts - Special edition print release coming soon!


Morgan Mandala, Peter Westermann, and Randal Roberts working out details on the Ascension block party painting. 


New painting in progress by Seth McMahon - View Seth's Art Page Here!


"Integration" by Peter Westermann - View Peter's Art Page Here 


Acrylic work in progress by Bryan Itch - View Bryan's Artist Page Here


"Dragon Koi" by Martin Stensaas and Sunny Straasburg - View more of Martin's work here!










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