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André Balyon
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Evgeny & Lydia Baranov

John Berry

Brian Blood

Lovemore Bonjisi

Jackie Bowker
John Paul Braman

Julie Chapman

Rizimu Chiwawa

Amy Dixon

Vadim Dolgov

Ton Dubbeldam
Stuart Dunkel

Cathrine Edlinger-Kunze

Mark English

Mark Geller 

Marty Goldstein

Lindsay Goodwin

Georgetta Grabovschi

Dan Graziano

Michael Gumbert

Peter Gwisa
Corinne Hartley

Corinne Hartley Bronzes

Carolyne Hawley

Jeff Jamison

Jacqueline Kamin
Mostafa Keyhani
Milt Kobayashi

Michele Kortbawi-Wilk
D.Edward Kucera

Sinisha Labus

James C. Leonard

Joseph Lorusso

Matthew Lovein

Michael Malm

Tapiwa Mapuranga

Terry Masters

Yanina Movchan

Javier Mulio

Perlagia Mutyavaviri

Alfredo Navarro

Agnes Nyanhongo

Moses Nyanhongo

Wellington Nyanhongo

Michael Obermeyer

Pietro Piccoli

Ramon Pujol

Bette Ridgeway

Pauline Roche

Michael Siegel
Marilyn Simandle
David Smith
Michael James Smith

Gregory Stocks

Tang Wei Min

Kent R. Wallis
Edward Norton Ward

Charles White


D. Edward Kucera

"Something of Concern"

"His Appaloosa"


"An Elder Profile"

"No Doubt"

"Water for One"

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D. Edward Kucera



     David Edward Kucera was born in San Jose, California in 1961.  With an artist nature that began very early, Kucera’s family was graced with his earliest works on his bedroom walls and household encyclopedia.  At the age of ten, his family moved to Nebraska, where he completed school.  It was in this quiet farming community that he found art classes to be among his favorite studies.


     In 1984, this highly creative indivdual chose to attend the Musician’s Institute in Hollywood, California, where he studied for one year.  Focusing on the guitar as his instrument of choice, he toured in a road band for the following year.


     He met his wife, Paulette, in Rock Springs, Wyoming in 1986.  By mutual agreement, they took turns working to support each other’s education. They married in 1988.  The following year, Ed Kucera began his formal schooling at the Colorado Institute of Art.  In June of 1991, the artist graduated with honors.


     Kucera’s attention to detail in landscape and color is a result of many hours of fieldwork and study.  His western subjects come alive with Kucera’s brillant color and sense of light.  He loves painting Indians, featuring women and children.  His models are dancers from the Ojibwa, Lakota, Blackfoot and other Great Lakes and Plain Indian Nations, who travel the powwow circuit competing in traditional and fancy dances.  Kucera documents them in full costume, working as much as possible from life as well as photograhs.  He captures the dignity, grace, and poise of his subjects and the intricate details of dress.  His realistic classicism owes much to his study of Caravaggio and to his enormous self-discipline.  The detail is tight where Ed wants the focus, and loose in the background into almost abstract.     


     Ed Kucera has participated in many invitation only shows and is highly collected throughout the United States.



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