Sergei Isupov is a ceramic artist born in Stavropol, Russia 1963 and now living in Massachusetts, US, where he has been represented by the Ferrin Gallery.

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The Incredible Award Winning Pencil of Adonna Khare

Adonna has been recognized by The Los Angeles Times, U-Press Telegram, and Edward Goldman on NPR

B.A. in Art from California State University Long Beach
M.F.A in Art from CSULB
2007 Award for Distinguished Acheivement in Creative Activity

Permanent collection of the Long Beach Museum of Art as well as numerous private collections throughout the world.  Member of The Drawing Center New York.

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Whole from Den Danske Filmskole on Vimeo.

Animation Afgangsfilm 2014-
Whole-
Instruktør William Reynish-
Producer Lina Flint-
Manuskriptforfatter Carina Kamper & William Reynish-
Klipper Carla Luffe-
Tonemester Philip Flindt-
Fotograf Louise McLaughlin

Sculptures by Richard MacDonald

Educated in painting and illustration at the Art Center College of Design, MacDonald was successful as a commercial illustrator until his late thirties when a fire destroyed his studio, along with the accumulated works of his career as painter and illustrator. Subsequently, he began sculpting in earnest and within ten years became one of the most collected present-day figurative sculptors in America. His work has been acquired for the permanent collections of corporations such as AT&T, IBM, and Anheuser-Busch, as well as notable private collections. His work has been described as “paying tribute to the eloquence of the human form.” He is an advocate of neo-realism and figurative art, and has fostered emerging and professional artists through annual international Masters Workshops

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Calligraphy by Tolga Girgin

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The Story of a Story from BRIKK on Vimeo.

The Story of a Story is an attempt to translate the love and effort we put into every film we make.
The idea came while we were talking about how hard it can be for outsiders to understand the workflow behind what we do.

It can all seem a bit too magical and otherworldly (because in a way it is), but it’s also a damn serious process.
We wanted to explain how each step leads to another in the twist of a story and have fun with loads of different animation techniques.

An ode to our own job, ‘cause that’s how much we love it!

Thanks to Dennis Filatov and Calle Wachtmeister for the Music and Sound design

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Credits:
brikk.se
cargocollective.com/isedal/Daniel-Isedal
cargocollective.com/edwardmoulder

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