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Saint Louis Art Fair
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2018 Drawing and PastelsArtists

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William Armstrong

Richmond, VA

Booth #306
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Hand drawn work in pencil, ink and acrylic, over a collage of maps and sheet music. Will Armstrong's booth acts as a full narrative; telling stories of the evolution of music, as well as the artist's experiences on the road.

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David Bjurstrom

Austin, TX

Booth #410
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Realism in graphite pencil, approached as paintings...emphasizing light, shadow & texture over lines. Often presented in a contemporary format on archivally sealed, cradled panels. I always try to push the expected boundaries of the medium of pencil.

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Jeffrey Cannon

Austin, TX

Booth #418
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Original pastel landscapes that come from a growing awareness of how Nature enchants, calms, inspires and transforms us all.

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Clare Malloy

Chicago, IL

Booth #216
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Contemporary rural landscape drawings, created with chalk pastel on paper or board.

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Michael Mckee

Fountain Hills, AZ

Booth #111
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Conversations in color' My current work reflects a love for the medium of soft pastels, and an appreciation of the balance between 'color, expression and technique.' I hope you will enjoy my 'conversations'

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Nha Vuu

Fort Collins, CO

Booth #320
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My aim is to balance the interaction between form and space, as well as ink and paper. By capturing the natural spontaneity of Chinese brushwork with a western approach to color and aesthetics my goal is to transcend a traditional art form.

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Richard Wilson

Greenville, NC

Booth #637
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I sketch my subject with hard pastel, then I fill in the details with layers of soft pastel on sanded paper. My pastel paintings are a way of telling a story about the subjects optimism, introspection, their innocence, wisdom, grace & complexity

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Michael R. Wommack

Langhorne, PA

Booth #211
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This series, now in its 10th year, is based on the artist's personal experience growing up in Levittown in the 60's. Initially triggered by a dream of swimming in pools at night, these pastels have become an interpretation of how we live in suburbia.

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Wishing It Were Spring Sale.

$50 Unframed

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Wishing It Were Spring Sale.

$65 Unframed

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