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Colorful Paintings By Ivey Hayes

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  • Uííí... que colores !. Excelente presentación. Muchas gracias, madita.
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  • @sardanas Muchas gracias a ti. Me alegra que hayas disfrutado con este mundo de color.Un abrazo grande y una estupenda semana!!
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  • @santoshtalkit Thank you very much!!
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  • @johndemi2 Muchas gracias John, me alegra que te haya gustado.Un abrazo y feliz semana.
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  • @ssuser63877e Thanks a lot Eddie! A big hug.
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  • 1. Artist Ivey Hayes was born in Rocky Point, North Carolina on August 15, 1948 to Wilbert Hayes and Dilsey Fennel, one of eight children. As a third grader at Rocky Point Elementary School, Hayes took up painting. After he graduated from South Pender High School in Rocky Point in 1966, Hayes enrolled at North Carolina Central University. He graduated from North Carolina Central with a B.A. degree and the University of North Carolina at Greensboro with an M.F.A. degree in 1970 and 1975, respectively. Hayes hosted his first art exhibitions in 1970 at Kitrell College and North Carolina Central University. He would develop a signature artistic style that includes the use of acrylic paints straight from the tube to create vibrant and emotive works.

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