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Marshall, Texas, United States
Dennis O'Bryant is an artist, painter, sculptor and sometimes poet creating artworks in a century old bungalow in historic Marshall, Texas east of the downtown area which serves as residence, studio and gallery. The paintings are rendered primarily in acrylic paint and often include the use of Sharpie permanent markers, paper collage and other mixed media. The subjects of these paintings range from the mysterious Caddo Lake, abstract compositions, the female form to pieces that tell a story, mostly about the artist's journey. Sculpted works fabricated in metal are abstract pieces composed of geometric and twisted remnants of steel while works in clay tend to have more of a human element such as female torsos and stylized busts. All things are raw material for creating, the sketchbook, photos, trips and personal relationships all blend together to create this art. Thank you for taking the time to see it.

Sunday, March 24, 2013

DENOART ~ Recent Paintings

33" x 21" acrylic/sharpie painting
29" x 46" acrylic/sharpie painting
24" x 30" acrylic/sharpie painting


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  3. Anonymous9:52 AM

    Otteline, The answer is a bit complicated. Only didn't use copper in the project, I might probably prefer high shrinkage steel. If the clays are joined in this manner, they cannot shrink like they might when they were fired on there own. For example, only fire a similar size squares of copper and low shrinkage steel XT, the steel square will shrink more. In case I fire them joined consecutive they should shrink exactly the same rate. The more shrinkage clays stretch a bit, given that they fuse with the other metals before there is a an opportunity to shrink right. Sometimes they'll crack
    as a consequence of it (which is often repaired).
    The transaction from the metals can be another factor; in hollow forms, the high shrinkage clays ought
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