Archive | May, 2014

Abraham's Anguish

Empathicism – Painting Outside the Lines

Looking at paintings by the masters of old, you can’t help but see how their style and impact has echoed through the ages.  The strokes, subjects and execution shown in their bodies of work created inspirational principles that artists have carried and passed for hundreds of years. From various times, movements and styles, painters have […]

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The Innocence of a Child

The Creation of Empathicism

Style (n.) \stī(-ə)l\ a : a distinctive manner of expression (as in writing or speech) b : a distinctive manner or custom of behaving or conducting oneself ; also : a particular mode of living c : a particular manner or technique by which something is done, created, or performed Webster’s Dictionary – http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/style Art always begins […]

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