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Artist Terry Hinkle & Guests

"A great spring evening on the patio with my friend and artist R.J. Shay and my beautiful wife Theresa."
May 29, 2013
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Best In Show winner Mary Friedman

"Very talented family!"
May 29, 2013
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33May guests of Artists

"Great shot of my daughter and boyfriend in front of my paintings. Thanks!"
May 29, 2013
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"Have not visited her in a while. Now that I am painting every day it is time to get caught up with what all is going on in St. Louis."
May 1, 2013
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"Just started Painting again on canvas. Please visit my Art Facebook page and see some of my new work - https://www.facebook.com/HinkleArt"
May 1, 2013
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America SCORES St. Louis left a comment for Terry Hinkle
"Terry, My name is Matt, the Marketing/Development Coordinator at America SCORES St. Louis. We’re hosting an art show and fundraiser on March 20, 2010, and would like for you to submit one or more pieces to our event. I’ve included some…"
Feb 8, 2010
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Angel Feather

"The falling feather is a very seductive, yet subtle free floating repetitive device in your painting. It doesn't land nor does it completely float. Having part of it disappear of the page almost suggests the ability to grab the feather."
May 8, 2009
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Autumn

"I'm speechless......"
Apr 22, 2009
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Apr 20, 2009
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Angel Feather

"All questions are good. Most of my pieces are a mix of reference, life, and 'made up' from a lifetime of drawing and observing. - Thanks."
Apr 12, 2009
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Angel Apple 2

"Sorry - It is 7 inches by 10 inches. I like to do things at a manageable size and then make larger prints. The texture becomes more interesting."
Apr 12, 2009
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Angel Apple 2

"is this 7feet of 7 inches?? I just wanna get an idea of scale. either way I love the work"
Apr 11, 2009
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Angel Feather

"How much is done from reference and or life. and how much is completely made up? Just a curious question... Nice badonkadonk..."
Apr 11, 2009
Terry Hinkle left a comment for Larry Torno
"Hi Larry. Just signed up today and seeing who all is on here. Hope all is well. -Terry"
Apr 11, 2009

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First Name
Terry
Last Name:
Hinkle
Zip Code:
63122
I am an:
Artist
If an artist/art student, my primary medium or mixed media is:
Painting, Other
About Me:
I have been creating art since I was old enough to hold a crayon in my fist. I received a Bachelors Degree in Commercial Arts and Business from the University of Kansas and after graduation I began my career as a commercial artist, illustrator, and designer. I quickly moved to the creative business of advertising, promotion, and marketing as an art director/creative director where I enjoyed a long and very successful career working and creating in every medium possible.

I am now freelancing as an artist and art director for commercial clients and working with Zero Gravity Facilitation (http://www.zerogravityfacilitation.com) and other Ideation companies as a "visual thinker".

Recently I have started painting with acrylics again and am having so much fun for the first time creating exciting Abstracts and pieces that I call "Tradigital" paintings. They are a combo of TRAditional art and DIGITAL art. I am very proud of what I am creating.
Website:
http://www.terryhinkle.com

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The Alchemy of Art

Art is fundamentally a process of Energy. It all begins with a flash of inspiration... the flicker of an idea. It is the empowering spark that ignites your artistic passion. This explosion of creative Energy starts the internal process of shaping the ethereal ideas into something substantial and actionable.



This Creative Energy that you are a part of and that is naturally a part of you is not only available for your artistic expression. It is the basis of all matter, and the driving… Continue

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At 3:48pm on February 8, 2010, America SCORES St. Louis said…
Terry,

My name is Matt, the Marketing/Development Coordinator at America SCORES St. Louis.

We’re hosting an art show and fundraiser on March 20, 2010, and would like for you to submit one or more pieces to our event. I’ve included some information below. Please contact me if you have any questions about the project. Thanks in advance!

--Matt

The Inspired Art Project enlists local artists to create and submit original works, inspired by original poetry written by students participating in America SCORES St. Louis. Started by another SCORES affiliate in the Bay Area, the Inspired Art Project is an exciting national model for community collaboration.

On, March 20, 2010, the selected artwork will be collected and displayed at our annual Inspired Art Show. Proceeds from the event will support America SCORES St. Louis, a unique, comprehensive, youth development program which uses the tools of poetry, soccer, creative expression and service-learning to equip and inspire urban youth to lead healthy lifestyles, become engaged students, and grow into leaders for their schools and communities.

Interested artists need to register ASAP in order to submit their work to the event. Artists may choose to collect 25% of the final auction price for their work, or can donate all or a portion of the commission back to America SCORES St. Louis. Other artist benefits include:

• Free admission to the event (includes two complimentary drinks)
• Free guest tickets (up to 3) to the event
• Listing on our event website, www.inspiredartstlouis.org
• Listing in our event program

For more information, please visit www.inspiredartstlouis.org or call Matt at 314-533-0302.
 
 
 

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