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Heavy Bubble : websites for artists
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Heavybubble websites are smart, easy, do-it-yourself and good looking. We love art and the people who make it.
Heavybubble websites are smart, easy, do-it-yourself and good looking. We love art and the people who make it.

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I express not specific physical landscapes/seascapes in my paintings, but rather a mystical geography, reminiscent of the seas and stars and desert expanses, and the stillness of those depths. And like time spent at the water's edge, my work invites a response in kind – a deep observation and introspection. – Angela Wales Rocket

Another new artist that's one of our tribe.
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We love the ethereal work of Aaron Kalinay. Check Blue Cheetahs at his website.
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Some recent press for #oneofourtribe +Cynthia Groya. Her work has made a new an interesting turn. Check the article at the link.

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Sam Shaffer is one of the tribe and has some new large paintings. He was born in Baltimore and studied at Pratt Institute in New York. Check him out.
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We're here and RiTUAL is available for viewing.
We're here until 3 PM.

Stop in see 200 + artist books.

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Our winter show.

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Check out the work of painter Alexa de los Reyes she's one of the tribe.

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Katherine Kurtz has updated her website with new work in time for her exhibition at 3rd Street Gallery. She's also been upgraded to Heavybubble 2.0. Here's a capture of her welcome screen. Check her new work. 

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Our newest member of the tribe hails from Brooklyn.
PD Packard.

Awarded a scholarship to St Martins School of Art (aka Central St Martins), in London, PD Packard obtained a combined BFA degree in Textile Design and Fashion. When she returned to the states she developed original textiles and surface designs primarily for the cosmetic industry. Many of the principles in printmaking are similar to fabric and surface design making an easy and natural transition for her into fine art printing in 2009.

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Woo hoo! 
Naren Gupte has floated his bubble.
Welcome to the tribe!

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