Difference between pages "Andover Artist - Doug Bell" and "Andover Artist - Ronalee Crocker"

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Doug Bell, an art instructor at Monserrat College, specializes in mixed media paintings and constructions.
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Using a precise technique Ronalee Crocker skillfully uses lighting to  produce realistic representations of fruit and nature in oil and watercolor. Many of her paintings have a black background.
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*"Doug Bell Creates Art from Discarded Everyday Things", ''Townsman'', June 8, 2000.
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*[http://blog.quidleygalleries.com/featured/artist-spotlight-ronalee-crocker/ Artist Spotlight Ronalee Crocker] <br style="clear:both;" />
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*"Resident's Artwork Part of NSAA  [North Shore Art Association] Live Art Auction", ''Townsman'', August 4, 2011
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*"Full-Time Paining, Award-Winning Work", ''Townsman'' December 5, 2002, page 21
  
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Revision as of 11:51, 6 October 2011

Using a precise technique Ronalee Crocker skillfully uses lighting to produce realistic representations of fruit and nature in oil and watercolor. Many of her paintings have a black background.

See

  • Artist Spotlight Ronalee Crocker
  • "Resident's Artwork Part of NSAA [North Shore Art Association] Live Art Auction", Townsman, August 4, 2011
  • "Full-Time Paining, Award-Winning Work", Townsman December 5, 2002, page 21


--Eleanor 12:34, September 28, 2011 (EDT) back to Main Page