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paint-splattered

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  • He folds his arms across his white paint-splattered T-shirt and stands back to assess his work.

    Nancy Ruhling: Astoria Characters: The Pane-Air Painter

  • He folds his arms across his white paint-splattered T-shirt and stands back to assess his work.

    Nancy Ruhling: Astoria Characters: The Pane-Air Painter

  • I'd be more cautious if I was applying now, says Alex McLuckie, 23, who is in his second year of fine art and photography at Camberwell, mingling among other students in paint-splattered overalls on his break.

    Are Britain's art schools in crisis, as fees stifle a creative generation?

  • He folds his arms across his white paint-splattered T-shirt and stands back to assess his work.

    Nancy Ruhling: Astoria Characters: The Pane-Air Painter

  • American novelist William Burroughs loved guns so much he used to make "shotgun art" -- he'd set up paint cans in front of bare planks of wood, blast the cans with his favorite shotguns, and then hang the paint-splattered, multi-colored planks in his home.

    Separating Art from Idiocy

  • Sitting comfortably on the plush gray leather living room sofa with her stockinged feet tucked under her ample bottom and wearing an old pair of sweatpants with a hole in the knee and a paint-splattered sweatshirt, Jamilah Parsons cradled a bowl of her favorite ice cream, Häagen-Dazs® Vanilla Swiss Almond, in her lap, despite the chill in the apartment on that cold February night.

    Who Said It Would Be Easy

  • Sitting comfortably on the plush gray leather living room sofa with her stockinged feet tucked under her ample bottom and wearing an old pair of sweatpants with a hole in the knee and a paint-splattered sweatshirt, Jamilah Parsons cradled a bowl of her favorite ice cream, Häagen-Dazs® Vanilla Swiss Almond, in her lap, despite the chill in the apartment on that cold February night.

    Who Said It Would Be Easy

  • Sitting comfortably on the plush gray leather living room sofa with her stockinged feet tucked under her ample bottom and wearing an old pair of sweatpants with a hole in the knee and a paint-splattered sweatshirt, Jamilah Parsons cradled a bowl of her favorite ice cream, Häagen-Dazs® Vanilla Swiss Almond, in her lap, despite the chill in the apartment on that cold February night.

    Who Said It Would Be Easy

  • Sitting comfortably on the plush gray leather living room sofa with her stockinged feet tucked under her ample bottom and wearing an old pair of sweatpants with a hole in the knee and a paint-splattered sweatshirt, Jamilah Parsons cradled a bowl of her favorite ice cream, Häagen-Dazs® Vanilla Swiss Almond, in her lap, despite the chill in the apartment on that cold February night.

    Who Said It Would Be Easy

  • American novelist William Burroughs loved guns so much he used to make "shotgun art" -- he'd set up paint cans in front of bare planks of wood, blast the cans with his favorite shotguns, and then hang the paint-splattered, multi-colored planks in his home.

    Separating Art from Idiocy

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