A.E. Backus | Terry Bailey | William Bishop | Robert Bolster | Elizabeth Brandon | A.T. Bricher | James Buttersworth | Ralph Cahoon | Laura Cooper
Ronalee Crocker | Shane Michael Couch | Roy Cross | Mark Daly | William R. Davis | Donald Demers | Marina Dieul | Louis Dodd | Jack Gray | Emile Gruppe
Tanya Harsch | Antonio Jacobsen | Dusan Kadlec | Michael Keane | David Lazarro | Richard Loud | Charles Robert Patterson | Vladimir Pavlosky
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Stuart Dunkel
Stuart Dunkel was born in Fair Lawn, New Jersey in 1952 and currently lives in Boston.  He began painting and playing classical music at the age of five and went on to a long career with top orchestras in Boston, New York, and Hong Kong.  In 1994, he transitioned from music to fine art, receiving his classical training at The Boston Museum School, Boston, MA, The Academy of Realist Art, Seattle, WA and private study with other realist painters. For his subject matter, Dunkel alternates between still life, landscape, and animal portraits that fuse detailed depictions with subtle humor.  He hopes his viewer will find joy, optimism, and playfulness, as well as a sense of classical balance and beauty in his work. Dunkel's professional track has revealed to him the many similarities between music and painting. Rhythm, harmony, counterpoint, balance, contrast, scales, chromatism, keys, high and low, dark and bright, loud and soft, colorful and dull, can all be found in his compositions. He paints every day in the company of his dog, his cat, and the 3 white mice that share his studio.

Noshing
Noshing
Oil, 6x7
signed lower left
Noshing



Berry Thief
Berry Thief
Oil, 20x30
signed lower left

Berry Thief

     

Blueberry Surprise
Blueberry Surprise
Oil, 16x24
signed lower right

Blueberry Surprise

 

Stuart Dunkel - Missing Dot|
Missing Dot
Oil,
16x24
signed lower left

Missing Dot


   


Trail of Joy

Trail of Joy
Oil,
12x17
signed lower right

Trail of Joy


     



 
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