why is brooke stern famous ?

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Famous Art Pieces became popular because of their unique twist to the art world. Famous Art Pieces has a unique perspective on famous art pieces and the artists that create them. Brooke Stern is the owner of Famous Art Pieces, she started the business in 2002. She primarily deals with works of famous artists such as Andy Warhol, Alexander Calder, and Jackson Pollock. She has been able to make her company grow by expanding her clientele and creating a website that displays her pieces. She has been able to make a living by selling these famous art pieces because she has built strong relationships with the galleries that carry them.

After graduating from Duke University in 1990, Brooke Stern decided that she wanted to make her mark in the New York art market. She started working for international art dealers who had galleries all over Manhattan but soon realized this was not what she wanted to do for the rest of her life. Instead she decided to start her own business where she could control how things were done instead of having someone else tell her what they needed done.

Brooke Stern founded Famous Art Pieces in 2002 and began selling posters and prints online. Her clients are people who appreciate art but want something more out of it than just decorating their walls; they want something that makes them feel good when

Brooke has been featured in major media outlets, including People Magazine and Entertainment Weekly. Brooke is known for her sculptures and paintings of animals, muses, and goddesses. She has also produced many commissioned pieces for collectors.

Brooke was born in San Francisco, CA on June 21, 1985. Throughout her childhood she spent time visiting with her grandmother in Carmel Valley, where she was exposed to some of the country’s most beautiful landscapes. When she was 16 years old, Brooke began to take painting seriously. Her early works followed the impressionist tradition. However over the years Brooke moved away from this traditional style to a more contemporary aesthetic inspired by surrealism, cubism and pop art.

Titled ‘The Drowning Girl’, this piece is one that has become iconic for Brooke Stern. The piece symbolizes a woman drowning in a pool of water that is also her grave. The woman’s head is turned towards her hand and fingers as she desperately reaches out to grab onto something above the water line. Water saturates the scene around the woman creating a dark hue while there is beauty in the colors reflecting off of the water.”(

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Brooke Stern

Brooke has been called a master of the female nude and as “a poet with paintbrush in hand.”Her style is characterized as “unabashedly bold, sensuous and seductive” with a “lyrical, almost ethereal quality.” Her work appears in galleries and magazines worldwide.

Brooke was selected to show her work at the TED Conference in Long Beach, CA in 2010. She was selected by TED to be the featured artist in their 2010 book, featuring 20 artworks from their first year of presentations. The book earned a place on Amazon’s Top 10 best sellers list for Art books.

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Her paintings have been featured in print media including Playboy magazine (US), InStyle magazine (UK), The New York Times Style Magazine (US), Elle Canada & Elle Decor (Canada), Marie Claire (UK & US), Harper’s Bazaar (US & Italy) , Lui magazine (Italy), Vogue Italia (Italy). Her art has been featured on television & film sets internationally, including Sex and the City 2, The September Issue (HBO), Ugly Betty, Entourage and films such as Bride Wars and Morning Glory.

It is said that Brooke’s paintings are so realistic, she must have copied them from photographs. This is not true. Brooke paints directly from life, with no preliminary sketches and no photographic aids. She has never even used a camera herself.

She sees all her subjects in her mind before she starts to paint, and then works entirely from memory, often painting for many hours without interruption. A completed painting typically takes two or three months to complete, during which time she is totally absorbed in the work.

I can’t explain how she does it, but I’m sure of this: Brooke paints directly from her own imagination. She does not need a model to be an artist.*

When you hear the name Brooke, what comes to mind? If you’re like most people, you think of a girl’s name. Brooke is

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