Jenkins, Paul

Jenkins, Paul,

1923–2012, American painter, b. Kansas City, Mo., studied Kansas City Art Institute, Art Students League, New York City. After he moved to New York in the 1950s, he became a part of the abstract expressionist movement. Calling himself an "abstract phenomenist," he developed a style in which he poured paint directly onto canvas, which he simultaneously manipulated, thus creating luminous veils of translucent color. His work from the 1980s on is more brightly colored and strongly textured, often employing impasto effects. He also is known for his collages, prints, and sculpture.
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Ponty had been edged out in the final the previous season by Swansea, but Neil Jenkins, Paul John, Martyn Williams, Dale McIntosh and company were a year older, wiser and better.
SELECTED: Gethin Jenkins, Paul James, Rob Evans, Samson Lee, Tomas Francis.
Training party players not included in this squad: Leigh Halfpenny, Liam Williams, Matthew Morgan, George North, Eli Walker, Tom James, Cory Allen, Jamie Roberts, Dan Biggar, Rhys Priestland, Rhys Webb, Mike Phillips, Gethin Jenkins, Paul James, Ken Owens, Scott Baldwin, Samson Lee, Scott Andrews, Alun Wyn Jones, Luke Charteris, Jake Ball, Dan Lydiate, Justin Tipuric, Taulupe Faletau.
CAMERA (FOTOKEM COLOR, WIDESCREEN), Martin Ruhe; EDITOR, Dirk Westervelt; MUSIC, Tom Holkenborg (Junkie XL); PRODUCTION DESIGNER, Sharon Seymour; ART DIRECTOR, Deb Jensen; set decorator, Chryss Hionis; COSTUME DESIGNER, Catherine Marie Thomas; SOUND (DOLBY DIGITAL), Michael Barosky; SUPERVISING SOUND EDITORS, Paul Urmson, Wylie Stateman; SOUND DESIGNERS, Richard King, Larry Zipf, Dror Mohar; RE-RECORDING MIXERS, Chris Jenkins, Paul Urmson, Michael Barry; SPECIAL EFFECTS SUPERVISOR, Jeff Brink; VISUAL EFFECTS PRODUCER, Mitchell Ferm; VISUAL EFFECTS, Method Studios, BUF, Luma Pictures; STUNT COORDINATORS, Doug Coleman, Mark Vanselow; ASSOCIATE PRODUCER, Raymond Quinlan, REVIEWED AT Warner Bros.
Camerata Cymru conductor Owain |Arwel Hughes OWAIN Arwel Hughes and Camerata Wales will celebrate anniversaries in of Karl Jenkins, Paul Mealor, Dylan Thomas and more, on Friday, January 16 at Bangor Cathedral.
OUR Lions legend Phil Bennett gave us his verdict on who will be in the squad to be announced on Tuesday CAPTAIN: Paul O'Connell BACKS: Leigh Halfpenny, Stuart Hogg, James Hook, George North, Tommy Bowe, Alex Cuthbert, Tim Visser, Jamie Roberts, Manu Tualagi, Brian O'Driscoll, Jonathan Davies, Billy Twelvetrees, Jonathan Sexton, Owen Farrell, Mike Phillips, Ben Youngs, Conor Murray FORWARDS: Cian Healy, Gethin Jenkins, Paul James, Rory Best, Richard Hibbard, Ross Ford, Dan Cole, Adam Jones, Alun Wyn Jones, Geoff Parling, Ian Evans, Paul O'Connell, Tom Croft, Ryan Jones, Sean O'Brien, Toby Faletau, Jamie Heaslip, Sam Warburton, Justin Tipuric
Kathy Jenkins, Paul Reitano and Neil Taylor report on a survey they conducted with self-identified and later career teachers in regional New South Wales.
Rodney Jenkins, Paul Meleski, Tom Pirro, Chuck Caron and Dan Berard, competing with 20 other teams in Essex County in Massachusetts and Rockingham County in New Hampshire, were high scorers.
Gatland's selection means nine players - James Hook, Leigh Halfpenny, Jamie Roberts, Gethin Jenkins, Paul James, Alun-Wyn Jones, Luke Charteris, Andy Powell and skipper Ryan Jones - will have started all four of Wales' autumn Tests.
In Group C Wood Lane Legion (Liam Wilson 2, Anthony Gor-nell, Ellis White, Elliot Jenkins, Paul Kilgallon) beat Discount Windows 6-1 and Thornton Boys (Matty Devine 2, Kevin Farrell) won Group D with a 3-0 win over Mossley Hill.
Other wins came from Gareth Jenkins, Paul Randle, Dale Marson, Andy Jones and Mark Davies.
Land of Leather management team Steve Jenkins, Paul Briant and Clive Hatchard