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    Hi everyone:

    A CorelDraw forum I lurk at has a thread about classic style art. Someone posted a link to a Web site dedicated to new artist who paint in the classic mode. I was very impressed, and wanted to share:
    http://www.artrenewal.org/index.html

    across the top of the home page, look for ARC Salon, and then on the drop down go to either 2005 or 2004 winners. About 8 pages for each.

    Be aware it helps to have high speed Internet.

    Phil

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    NICE Work.

    It is nice, in this digital age to see traditional forms af art.
    CAЯL HIRD-RUTTEЯ
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      thanks for sharing the link....
      Pete Ripaldi

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