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Fresh Paint Magazine in London!

Fresh Paint Magazine would like to announce the launch of a new edition, which will be published and distributed in the US and UK, starting October 2015. Featured artists will be offered a great opportunity to become recognized on an international level.

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What Is a Studio Visit?

The Fresh Paint Magazine website features interviews with a selection of artists from each digital and printed issue. Artists who chose to participate … Keep Reading

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Call for Writers

Fresh Paint Magazine is pleased to announce an open call for the new October 2015 edition which will celebrate the international art scene. … Keep Reading

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Digital and Print Issues

Fresh Paint Magazine was first published in 2013 in Philadelphia, US. Since then it has been issued quarterly and distributed in a number … Keep Reading

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Monika Malewska

My background is in painting and photography, which was also my concentration when I was working on my MFA. I never had … Keep Reading

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Deirdre Murphy

I was born in New York City and was raised in France, England, Australia and various parts of the United States. At … Keep Reading

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Michael Kondel

My background as an artist stems from an early intrest in printmaking. Through printmaking I entered the Fine Art world by working … Keep Reading

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Yuria Okamura

Yuria Okamura is a Melbourne-based Japanese artist currently undertaking Master of Fine Arts at the Victorian College of the Arts (the University … Keep Reading

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Andy Borehol

I began my work in 2005 while living in Ottawa. Early on influenced by the street art and reclusive painters I knew … Keep Reading

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Kuzana Ogg at Box Heart Gallery

Color and application remain at the focal point of Kuzana Ogg’s most recent paintings. Drips, splashes, scratches, and abrasions serve to increase actual and implied texture. These paintings reveal symbols based on piping and instrumentation diagrams used in the oil industry. The scale and orientation of these signs are often manipulated to create dynamic geometric… Keep Reading

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Yuria Okamura

Yuria Okamura is a Melbourne-based Japanese artist currently undertaking Master of Fine Arts at the Victorian College of the Arts (the University of Melbourne). She has previously completed Bachelor of Fine Arts – Painting (Honours) in 2010 at RMIT University, Melbourne. Yuria’s works are predominantly painting/drawing on paper, and some installations. She has always been… Keep Reading

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Andy Borehol

I began my work in 2005 while living in Ottawa. Early on influenced by the street art and reclusive painters I knew then, my greater practice has moved to explorations of the relation of component to whole. That is to say: What are the individual and specific details of the life we experience? How do… Keep Reading

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Jenniffer Omaitz

My work explores states of change between order and chaos that relate to an experience of environmental shift on both a visual and physical level. Since I work in installation art and painting there is a real shift in my practice that is mirrored in the work 2D – 3D. The subject matter in my paintings can seem to be abstract or non-objective, but it’s actually based on observation of landscape and environmental geology along with the frozen moments of paint. I really enjoy just allowing the scrape, drip, push or pull of paint on the canvas to be liquid and solid; encapsulated in that state of uncertainty and beauty. Keep Reading

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Marcia Neblett at A.I.R. Gallery, Brooklyn

Marcia Neblett was born in New York City. She studied at Cornell University and the Arts Students League of New York before receiving a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from SUNY Purchase College and a Master of Fine Arts degree from Stony Brook University. Her drawings and prints have been exhibited in galleries and museums throughout the… Keep Reading

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Tom Melsen

Tom Melsen is an artist based in Rotterdam, The Netherlands. He exhibited his work internationally and his paintings have been published in variety of magazines. In 2014 Melsen has been nominated for a Palm Art Award by the Art Domain Group in Leipzig, Germany. Besides painting Melsen has been involved in a variety of musical… Keep Reading

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Chad M. Olsen

Statement I am an abstract painter that creates atmospheres of nothing. The painting atmospheres I create are reminiscent of landscapes and environments from my past that I dwell upon from time to time. Color arouses the nostalgia. Growing up in Nebraska, I had easy access to the country and it’s seclusion. Now, living in New… Keep Reading

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Chambers Austelle

I have been making art for as long as I can remember. As a child, my mother signed me up for every possible activity or class. She wanted to expose me to everything, so I could find my own passion and path. I remember art classes before anything, and as other hobbies would come and go, art was always there. It had integrated itself so naturally into my life, and I think that’s why it never even crossed my mind as a viable career when I started college. Art was just something I did, and always had. After I took my first drawing class in college, I had an entirely new perspective on the art world. I knew that was what I wanted to do, and immediately changed my major. I took a few painting classes, but spent most of my time in the darkroom as a photography major and graduated with a BA in Studio Arts. Keep Reading

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Andrea Barone

I’ve been making things since my hands were able in any material that was available to me. I studied painting and metals in college and had part-time work as a photographer, graphic designer, and mural painter. I then worked full-time as a jeweler for several years. I spent the weekdays observing diamonds and gemstones under a microscope, and shaping gold, silver, and platinum. The weekends were spent painting in my studio. I am presently finishing up my MFA, an experience that has allowed me to explore new techniques such as glass kilnforming. Though I have worked as a jeweler and use various media in my studio, I consider myself a painter. Keep Reading

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Kim West

I was taught to hold a paintbrush before I learned to walk or talk. Though she's semi-retired now, my mom is an art teacher and art historian, and as such, creative play and art education were a part of my daily life for as long as I can recall. And still, though I always found painting and making things to be as natural and necessary as breathing, I never labeled myself as an 'artist'. This changed for me when, at the end of my first year of a pre-law schedule at a Smith College, I decided to transfer to the painting department at Rhode Island School of Design. In every sense of the word, that choice was a relief. Keep Reading

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Emmy Mikelson

I work in a range of media - video, sculpture, performance, and currently I am focusing on painting. I received a BFA from the University of Iowa and I did my graduate work at Hunter College in New York City. At an early point I was interested in art as a place for inquiry. It is a field of study and practice that is very open and capable of endless permutations. This idea of constant change and flux is very appealing. Keep Reading

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Melissa Gilmore

I come from a creative family. My dad is a painter and art teacher. My mom also teaches and does flower arranging. So growing up I was surrounded by opportunities to make things. As a kid I spent hours in our basement playing with paint or drawing characters from my favorite books. In college I couldn’t get enough liberal arts. If I could make a living as a perpetual college student I would. Visual art ended up being the right path for me. I received a BA in Art and a Master of Art in Education from the University of Alabama at Birmingham. I live and work in Birmingham. The city is undergoing a period of major revitalization and it’s really flourishing artistically. It’s an exciting place to be right now. Keep Reading

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Michael Kondel

My background as an artist stems from an early intrest in printmaking. Through printmaking I entered the Fine Art world by working at print shops out west and in NYC. During this time I have been making paintings and sculpture that employ the same thought process and techniques of the trade into my work. Keep Reading

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David Linneweh

My interest in art began in high school where I was fortunate enough to have courses that explored painting, drawing, photography, and design. I went on to study art at Illinois State University in Normal Illinois and was largely influenced by talented peers and challenging faculty. In the summer of 2001 I attended the Chautauqua School of Art, which was a transformative experience that really ignited my passion for being in the studio. I finished my BFA degree in 2002 and later earned my MFA in 2007 from Southern Illinois University Carbondale, which provided an opportunity to study with diverse artists & faculty that broadened my understanding of Contemporary Art. Following graduate school I spent a few years traveling while attending artist residencies, continuing work and documenting my travels throughout the US. Keep Reading

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