Chance Robinson is young and talented artist from Billings. He is regarded by many as one of the most distinctive young artists to recently emerge from Montana. His paintings center around different symbols. His brush captures all the details and expressions. And most importantly, you can see live as he creates his masterpieces at the Terakedis Fine Art (112 N. Broadway). On January 25 Chance put some of the touches on one of his amazing pieces. That fish looks so real! A few facts about Chance. His teacher at school forced Chance many times to rewrite the Declaration of Independence in order to develop a beautiful handwriting from him. This experience prompted him to decorate one of his piece with a multitude of words. Chance pays great attention to detail. The eyes of all the creatures he painted are the same. It's like his second signature. By the way, Chance uses an eye-catching technique, thanks to which consequently, we have the perception that eyes staring straight out are looking at us, even if we are not directly in front of the painting.
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Chance Robinson is young and talented artist from Billings. He is regarded by many as one of the most distinctive young artists to recently emerge from Montana. His paintings center around different symbols. His brush captures all the details and expressions. And most importantly, you can see live as he creates his masterpieces at the Terakedis Fine Art (112 N. Broadway). On January 25 Chance put some of the touches on one of his amazing pieces. That fish looks so real! A few facts about Chance. His teacher at school forced Chance many times to rewrite the Declaration of Independence in order to develop a beautiful handwriting from him. This experience prompted him to decorate one of his piece with a multitude of words. Chance pays great attention to detail. The eyes of all the creatures he painted are the same. It's like his second signature. By the way, Chance uses an eye-catching technique, thanks to which consequently, we have the perception that eyes staring straight out are looking at us, even if we are not directly in front of the painting.
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Chance Robinson live painting at Terakedis Fine Art (video)