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Sample Post from the Contemporary Genre this Month:

Post Author at Pan HistoriaSky posts in All Tomorrow's Parties

he painter looked at the empty canvas, then to the empty pallet and finally over to the model. It was not confusion, there is no confusion but rather the sense of ennui of “the start”. It was always this way. He would be expected to pose the model. “Gods. Can’t there be one who participates? Would it kill them to suggest a pose?” Instead of speaking, he sighed and set out the box of well used paints, the vase in which he kept his bushes and wondered to himself about the solitary confines of art.

It was impossible to avoid the inevitable. She was a fine looking model, but as models always are, she was thick as a brick when it came to art. For her the glory was to be selected, after that it did not matter. He could paint Realism, Impressionism, Abstract; it mattered not to the model. She had been selected, and that was where it ended.

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