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Art Classes

Michelangelo Fine Art* School. Active Activities Most Popular 2017 and 2018 Awards I’ve designed the course based on the old schools of early Australian artists. They in turn applied what they…

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Abigail

Abigail

“Abigail” 40cm x 50cm (16″ x 20″) Oil on W&N canvas texture paper 300gsm. This is both the last painting in the mini-series and the new one after a long…

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Marcus from Egypt

“Marcus from Egypt” 40cm x 50cm (16″ x 20″) Oil on W&N canvas texture paper 300gsm. It had been a while since I painted a black face. Notwithstanding time I…

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Boy painting for Marina

“Boy painting for Marina” 40cm x 50cm (16″ x 20″) Oil on W&N canvas texture paper 300gsm. This is a painting I did for , one of my students as…

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Toddler Study 2017

“Toddler study” 40cm x 50cm (16″ x 20″) Oil on W&N canvas texture paper 300gsm. As part of my objective to, Gain back the time spent without painting, and Create…

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Naomi 2017

“Naomi.” 40cm x 50cm (16″ x 20″) Oil on W&N canvas texture paper 300gsm. On the happy side with this study after 2.5 years in the doldrums. My eyesight got…

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Dani 2014

Dani Samuels 2014, 23″ x 31.5″ (48 x 80cm). Oil on primed board. Phillip Carrero. Exclusive Prints on Canvas For Sale here! At the very moment I was signing this painting…

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Vaulter article March 5, 2014

Phillip Carrero Captures the Art of Vaulting in Painting of American Legend Joe Dial March 5, 2014 by Grant Overstake 3 Comments Australian Phillip Carrero’s giant oil on canvas captures Joe…

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Dani at the Hunter

23.5″ x 31.5″ (60cm x 80cm) Soft pastel on board . Dani at the Hunter. Exclusive Prints on Canvas For Sale here! One of two paintings I want to do…

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Dani’s thoughts

 Soft pastels on Mi-Teintes board 14″ x 16″ (36cm x 40cm) Preliminary study for a portrait of Dani Samuels to exhibit at SOPAC. It’s been a while since I did…

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