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Saroukhan - The Art of Cartoons and Caricatures

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…

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Added by Khaldoon Gharaibeh on November 17, 2013 at 11:30am — No Comments

First Memory

I recently recalled what is perhaps my oldest memory. My parents bought a new pair of beautiful burgundy leather greyson chairs to add to the den of our family home when I was around 3 years of age. As soon as I had a moment alone with the chairs I found a paper clip and felt the random urge to unravel it. With no shame I used it to deeply score the fresh surface on my parents' brand new furniture investments. The marks scarred the furniture for as long as I can remember; it became a part of…

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Added by Mary Marinangeli on October 13, 2013 at 1:30am — No Comments

Collage Art Is My Livelihood

My recent submission to the Nebraska Cultural Endowment can be found here [collage]

Added by Bradley Miller on October 9, 2013 at 11:18pm — No Comments

Artist Statement

I try to approach my work as an exercise of visual problem solving that leads me towards a deeper understanding of life’s unknown elements.  Painting and drawing are the best tools that I have for unfolding my life and deepening my perceptions of it. I need to be able to make work that is honest, and true to myself.  The implications of my work are unconscious at first, continually unfolding into my awareness of self and the world around me.

 

For me painting has been an…

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Added by Eric Hunter on September 26, 2013 at 9:36pm — No Comments

Happy To Be Here....My Thoughts As An Artist

Art, without doubt is a vehicle of  communication who’s common denominator is emotion. It is secondary what emotion is produced, if I have stirred a response, I have succeeded as an artist.…

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Added by Jacqueline Fitzgerald Ruiz on September 16, 2013 at 4:55pm — No Comments

Curriculum Vitae

My name is Christopher Gulick.

I specialize in kinetic, suspended, mobile sculpture.

 

I seek artist agent, designer, consultants, museum, educational

and gallery networking contacts for potential sculpture projects.

 

My work is available for educational, private or public exhibition,

site specific commission and collection acquisition.

 

Current existing works are for sale or tailored lease…

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Added by Christopher Gulick on July 31, 2013 at 3:34pm — No Comments

USA Project award for donating $76.00 to 'one mind's imaging into another'

Below is an image of a sampling of the hand painted juice glasses for which you would receive one (your choice) for donating $76.00 to my USA Project - one mind's imaging into another. And it's a considered a tax deduction!

Please take a look at my USA project and consider donating.  I greatly appreciate it.

http://bit.ly/14jt3Al

P.S. If you donate at a higher level you will receive original paintings…

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Added by Margaret Withers on July 15, 2013 at 6:30am — No Comments

USA Project - one mind's imagining into another

Please take a look at my USA project and consider donating.  I greatly appreciate it.

http://bit.ly/14jt3Al

Added by Margaret Withers on July 2, 2013 at 5:47pm — No Comments

About ALXSw

Hello and Thanks for the review of "nests".



Yes, the image is indeed cropped, by the site formating and a 

full image of the nest and elements is online at:

http://alxsw.com/nest.html.



Aside: When I was painting with that rich, thick titanium white oil paint, it seemed like

painting with cream cheese/butter frosting. I love oil paints.



Other online portfolios of my photography and…

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Added by ALXSw on June 28, 2013 at 11:11pm — No Comments

Artwork in print too!

I have recently had great success getting artworks published in literary journals, including Still Point Arts QuarterlyVine Leaves and as of 6/27/2013, in Gambling the Aisle!

Added by Julie A. Struck on June 28, 2013 at 8:40am — No Comments

1920's London

http://ning.it/186EhNt

Added by Gareth Abraham on June 6, 2013 at 10:47am — No Comments

Connecting the Dots

Connecting the Dots

There’s a beautiful fountain in Spain designed by …

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Added by Margaret Withers on June 2, 2013 at 7:24am — No Comments

A Childish View of Evil – A Working Artist’s Statement

Generally people seems to believe that evil has a unique face which is to say that people believe that evil people are either ugly, deformed or dress a certain way. In my opinion, people seem to believe that evil people are like the creatures of mythology or fairy tales – that they may have tell-tale signs that they are evil. However, many of the world’s horrific killers seem to get away with their crimes due to their ability to blend in with their society as either the beautiful couple or…

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Added by Rebecca Ortiz on May 27, 2013 at 10:54am — 1 Comment

Artwork and Writing in Still Point Arts Quarterly, Summer 2013 issue!

I will be a published writer as of June 1, 2013, via an essay entitled Art Education.

My recent artwork is also featured in the Summer 2013 issue of Still Point Arts Quarterly -- and I won the award for best mixed media artist.  Check out the links, below!

My writing, under Features…

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Added by Julie A. Struck on May 18, 2013 at 11:00am — No Comments

Modern Art "Something different from a Photograph" Modern art is an interesting term. The novice to the art world is likely to say that modern art refers to all art produced in very recent years -- s…

Modern Art

"Something different from a Photograph"

Modern art is an interesting term. The novice to the art world is likely to say that modern art refers to all art produced in very recent years -- say, since the turn of the 21st Century. But an art scholar would certainly take issue with that, pointing out that the Modern Art Period is generally considered to have ended in about the 1970’s and that art produced today is more precisely called…

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Added by Art by Mona on May 18, 2013 at 6:33am — No Comments

Digital Photography (initial post, Bad Patti's Art 'n' Everything blog

BadPatti’s Art and Everything Blog

Welcome to my brand-new site and blog. You may know me as Olfacta, author of OlfactaRama, or if you know me personally, by other names. 

Today, kiddies, we are going to talk about digital photography.

Digital photography and digital music have a lot in common. The sine wave (look it up) in film photography and analog music is smooth and continuous. The “wave” is digital anything isn’t.  It’s…

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Added by Pat Borow on May 17, 2013 at 8:25am — No Comments

Acquisita un'opera di Andrea Benetti nella Collezione della Camera dei Deputati

A Roma, presso Palazzo Montecitorio, l'1 marzo 2013 Andrea Benetti è stato ricevuto da una delegazione di Funzionari della Camera dei Deputati per l'acquisizione dell'opera di Andrea Benetti e per le relative firme. L'opera è entrata a fare parte della Collezione della Camera dei Deputati, insieme ai nomi più prestigiosi della pittura moderna e contemporanea. Dopo la cerimonia di acquisizione, Andrea Benetti è stato accompagnato a…

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Added by Andrea Benetti on May 13, 2013 at 12:22pm — No Comments

Acquisita un'opera di Andrea Benetti nella Collezione del Ministero di Giustizia argentino

Il 22 marzo 2013, a Roma, presso l'Ambasciata argentina, si è svolta l'acquisizione di un'opera di Andrea Benetti, da parte dello Stato argentino. L'opera intitolata “Matite spezzate” fa un chiaro riferimento al tema dei Desaparecidos durante il regime militare che si instaurò in Argentina dal 1976 al 1983, guidato dal gen. Videla. Duranti gli anni della dittatura militare vi furono circa 30.000 Desaparecidos, persone scomparse e…

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Added by Andrea Benetti on May 13, 2013 at 12:00pm — No Comments

Exhibit Review: Trees" in It Frysk Skildershus, March 2013

A newspaper review from of my exhibit "Trees" with fellow FAFA artist, Corina Blom:





The exhibition "Trees" in It Frysk Skildershus in Leeuwarden shows exactly what the title promises. A lot of trees, but of unprecedented beauty.



The American Linda Rzoska - who wields a fairylike style - names trees as friends of her youth. She speaks timidly about the 'spiritual connection' she feels with trees, but she is able to translate this unnameable bond in very authentic… Continue

Added by Linda Rzoska on April 21, 2013 at 8:48am — No Comments

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