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When my father died one year ago-I began a series of small works of which this is one.
As to the actual execution: I tend to go back and forth between Art Brut modes which I utilized in the eighties ( still in my heart! ); then to mix-in with my standard pen and ink.
I have the truest love of color / design elements and often add collaged efforts.
I LOVE my little studio. Just to work and to meditate while in the groove is such a blessing for me..
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:"Sky Window"August 16- Oct 25, 201450 Fremont Street San Francisco, Ca 94105
Please be invited! Free Viewing.
Below is 100! The Silver Lining in vertical format. 140" high x 70 " wide
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August 16- Oct 25, 2014
50 Fremont Street
San Francisco, Ca 94105
Curated by Jan Casey and Associates ( casey & associates art advisors)
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I am fascinated by how we define and occupy physical spaces and especially by our attempts to connect internally with those external environments. I find it is ultimately a disconnect that defines this relationship. A disconnect between our minds and physical selves; ourselves and others; our memories--both real and imagined; and our animal and human nature. We have a strong desire--even need-- for connection, but this potential connection is hindered, not only by an inability to…Continue
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Art is everything .... beauty, love, life, joy .... my ambition is to make it through my work, more beautiful and interesting my life and the lives of those who follow me .... my works are colorful as colorful, and full of feelings, I would gious life of each of us.... follow me .... i will insert photos and comments ... but I would especially your comments ....
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Hi Jason and anyone interested. Oilbar is also known as 'oil on a stick'. The 'Oilbar’ is a Daler Rowney product and the 'Oil on a Stick' a Winsor and Newton product. Both are as good except that the W & N are slightly larger, although the D/R do a larger version as well. They are basically a bit like oil pastels but are more versatile and dry like oil paints. They are great for blending and you can do that either with your fingers (a bit messy) or with stumpy brushes or even a cloth. I…Continue
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Danielle Morrison is a famous Artist of Central Coast and he has his works displayed as online art gallery of NSW. This Australian art gallery of central coast NSW showcases best and distinct arts from Australia.
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I thought I would introduce myself to you guys a bit. My name is Heather Semore, and I am an aspiring artist. I am currently enrolled in an accredited art school and will soon transfer to receive my four year Fine Arts degree at Webster University. I aim to become certified as an art therapist in my career future and want my work to be an influence to people around the world if at all possible.
While I am still at the beginning stages of my career I do not allow that to stop…Continue
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PAINTING IS FOR ME, IS AN EXILERATING EXPERIENCE. I GET INSPIRED, I GET IN TOUCH WITH MY INNER CHILD, THAT SPIRITUAL ESSENCE THAT FORMATS IDEAS, COMPOSITIONS AND THEMES.
WHEN I PAINT, SINCE ALL THIS GROUNDWORK HAS BEEN DONE, THERE IS NOTHING FOR ME TO DO BUT LET IT FLOW ONTO THE CANVAS WITHOUT INTERFERRING WITH THE CREATIVE PROCESS. I SIMPLY HOLD A TOOL TO PAINT WITH, AND WATCH THINGS APPEAR.
DAVID MINTZ, ARTIST
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Since the start of the Dusty Gray series only a few months ago i have been finishing a painting with story every two weeks. The holidays have put chapter 2 a little behind but, here are some work in progress photos.…
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Central Coast Artists - Danielle Morrison is a famous Central Coast based Artist in Australia. His art pieces are distinct that makes him different from central coast artist and also in NSW Australia.
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Buy Danielle Morrison Paintings online for your house. Also buy finest homewares online Australia. After studying fine Art at Newcastle University Danielle made the move to open her own studio – …Continue
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Writing about the pioneer generation of cartoonists, gives us the responsibility to uncover perhaps a great archive hidden on the shelves of unknown libraries or in personal cupboards of people owning them just because they like this type of art and not for any other reason or interest to share. A sublime task, tempting us to shed the light on those artists who were able to…Continue
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