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Art Poste Haste #5

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Now that the World Series (and sadly, the trophy) have left Kansas City, the cold weather can creep on in and settle the masses down for the winter. Before you drop everything to sit in front of a warm fireplace, keep in mind Corey Goering’s excellent show at the Haw Contemporary is still open. So get ready to take a crazy trip from the Sistine Chapel to Snoop Dogg’s studio, here’s some new links for you to peruse on your own time: Continue reading

Scenic Painting – GenGWorks!

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I went to school with some amazingly talented artists when I attended the Kansas City Art Institute in the mid-nineties, when the school was at the top of its game.  From a top notch staff of professors to illustrators like Nathan Fox, Jim Mahfood and Paul Briggs to a ton of collected and working artists strewn about the nation,  I was lucky enough to become a close friend of one of Kansas City’s most talented scenic painter,  Gen Agers Goering.

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