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Artwork of the week #24
by Lola Dupre
Dimitris Christofias
I love the work of Lola Dupre, and I occasionally visit her website, to check for updates… and to my big surprise I’ve noticed this portrait of Cyprus’ until-yesterday-president Dimitris Christofias…
Since the elections were yesterday, I thought that this artwork should feature the “Artwork of the week" for this week… although I’m not a fan of politics, but.. well, you know..
view previous post on gzt.ic about Lola Dupre
or visit Lola’s website for more…

Artwork of the week #24

by Lola Dupre

Dimitris Christofias

I love the work of Lola Dupre, and I occasionally visit her website, to check for updates… and to my big surprise I’ve noticed this portrait of Cyprus’ until-yesterday-president Dimitris Christofias

Since the elections were yesterday, I thought that this artwork should feature the “Artwork of the week" for this week… although I’m not a fan of politics, but.. well, you know..

view previous post on gzt.ic about Lola Dupre

or visit Lola’s website for more…

Artwork of the week #23
by Ben Smith
"An invitation to dine" (Personal Mythologies)
105x130cm / Oil on board
Ben is an artist based in Sydney, Australia. In 2010 he won the Waverley Art Prize, the Mosman Emerging Artist Art Award and the Odd Nerdrum Self Portrait Competition. He has been a finalist in numerous established art prizes across Australia, including the Doug Moran Portrait Prize (2009,2010)and the Sulman Prize (2010,2011). He has had two successful solo shows with Dickerson Gallery Sydney.

Artwork of the week #23

by Ben Smith

"An invitation to dine" (Personal Mythologies)

105x130cm / Oil on board

Ben is an artist based in Sydney, Australia. In 2010 he won the Waverley Art Prize, the Mosman Emerging Artist Art Award and the Odd Nerdrum Self Portrait Competition. He has been a finalist in numerous established art prizes across Australia, including the Doug Moran Portrait Prize (2009,2010)and the Sulman Prize (2010,2011). He has had two successful solo shows with Dickerson Gallery Sydney.