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ROMANOVA SVETLANA-ART  
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3/31/20 Posted 3/5/09

         Hello frends! I am an artist. My roots take place in St.Petersburg, which has great architecture, culture and history that influenced me once and forever. Today, in the times of technical progress, mass production and new artificial materials I search for inspiration in the foundation of the Arts - old Russian Orthodox icons, Renaissance and folk cultures. I seek out look for new shapes and images within my themes using different materials, but my favorite is glass for its plasticity and abi... [more]

STAINED-GLASS WINDOWS  
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3/5/19 Posted 3/5/09

http://svetlana-romano.livejournal.com/ http://svetlana-romano.livejournal.com/ http://svetlana-romano.livejournal.com/ [more]

Antony Gormley. Blind Light  
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5/2/15 Posted 5/2/15

Film: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JIYGsdBiws0 [more]

Tina Psoinos participating at Bridge Self WAH  
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5/2/15 Posted 5/2/15

From Left to Right: Tina Psoinos. Frank Krasicki, Rachel Heinold WAH Bridges Self is a multi-media group exhibition dedicated to presenting the work of artists seeking to express, define, and complicate the notion of self-expression. Based on the Bridge Concept envisioned by WAH Center Founder & Artistic Director, Yuko Nii, the aim is to create a bridge between the WAH Center and the chosen artists’ self-expression, and through the works shown, to create a bridge between the artists themselv... [more]

Tina Psoinos participating at Bridge Self at WAH  
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5/2/15 Posted 5/2/15

Friday, May 8th - Sunday May 17th Opening Reception: Friday, May 8th, 6-9pm From Left to Right: Tina Psoinos. Frank Krasicki, Rachel Heinold WAH Bridges Self is a multi-media group exhibition dedicated to presenting the work of artists seeking to express, define, and complicate the notion of self-expression. Based on the Bridge Concept envisioned by WAH Center Founder & Artistic Director, Yuko Nii, the aim is to create a bridge between the WAH Center and the chosen artists’ self-expre... [more]

"Gazelle - The Love Issue"- Best Documentary Feature at Mexico International Film Festival 2015!  
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5/2/15 Posted 5/2/15

“GAZELLE - THE LOVE ISSUE” just won as theBEST DOCUMENTARY FEATURE at MEXICO INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL 2015.http://mexicofilmfestival.com/2015-winners JULY IN ENGLAND! "GAZELLE - THE LOVE ISSUE" was selected for MANCHESTER FILM FESTIVAL 10TH - 12TH JULY 2015 U.K. PREMIER!!! MANCHESTER FILM FESTIVAL: https://www.facebook.com/ManchesterIFF "GAZELLE - THE LOVE ISSUE" also was selected for the Documentary Feature Competition at 18th Cine Las Americas International Film Festival Austin - Texas - U.S.A. Screening was Friday, Apr... [more]

"Gazelle - The Love Issue"- Best Documentary Feature at Mexico International Film Festival 2015!  
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5/2/15 Posted 5/2/15

“GAZELLE - THE LOVE ISSUE” just won as theBEST DOCUMENTARY FEATURE at MEXICO INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL 2015.http://mexicofilmfestival.com/2015-winners JULY IN ENGLAND! "GAZELLE - THE LOVE ISSUE" was selected for MANCHESTER FILM FESTIVAL 10TH - 12TH JULY 2015 U.K. PREMIER!!! MANCHESTER FILM FESTIVAL: https://www.facebook.com/ManchesterIFF "GAZELLE - THE LOVE ISSUE" also was selected for the Documentary Feature Competition at 18th Cine Las Americas International Film Festival Austin - Texas - U.S.A. Screening was Friday,... [more]

The Three Best Portrait Painters in the World?  
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5/1/15 Posted 5/1/15

Three (white, middle-aged, male) artists have been announced for the final shortlist for this year's BP Portrait Award at the National Portrait Gallery, London—one of the world's most prestigious portraiture painting prizes, aimed at encouraging artists to develop the portrait in their work. The entries must all be painted in oil, tempera, or acrylic on canvas or board and must be painted from a real life sitting. Matan Ben-Cnaan, Michael Gaskell, and Borja Buces Renard are the final th... [more]

逾越千年的理想  
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5/1/15 Posted 5/1/15

逾越千年的理想 人类从求生,杀戮, 到自由与自主, 再自律和仁爱, 经历了三千年, 至今尚未到。 隔着千年的烟雨, 疲劳的之情悠然而生。 云起月落雄浑宽厚, 飓风暴雨年年不断, 政坛战场大起大落, 人世春秋慷慨悲壮。 万物的繁荣, 亘古的静寂, 旖旎的时光, 胭脂伴随清泪, 深深浅浅的脚印, 化为莹白裹覆的天下, 逾千古壮志如磐, 越千年的理想, 何时能实现。 家乡的微风 寥廓无边的平原, 参插着层层的林海, 策马踏步青草, 江河哺育着后代, 无穷无尽的耕作, 红尘一缕伴墨香, 无憾无悔的爱情, 万家灯火点燃。 早春冬末, 枝头细碎的雪花, 瞬间融化, 化作汹涌汹涌的巨浪。 天上无数的星星, 闪亮在重重云雾中, 黯然神伤, 生命的动力, 强硬穿透阻碍, 越过了一次又一次的, 春夏秋冬, 家乡啊家乡,依旧。 [more]

时韵 陈源初  
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5/1/15 Posted 5/1/15

时韵 陈源初 闲看园内花中开花,胡思天上云卷云舒,心似乎有一种朦胧的感动,也许是年龄的感觉,年轻人已经不属于我们,通过年年的雨季,年龄只在天空留下我们的纯真。我现在已经越过时年的鸿沟,不再欢笑哭泣。打开大门欢迎来访的朋友,关门谢客不留风徐。家乡风土人情,不断的变。无法卷土重来,扭转不是永恒的名声,只有红颜知己发泄。和风在河上,与杨柳说我爱你。情人在一起的日子,灰尘的记忆。阅读分享历史故事,凤凰般的认真。一对鸳鸯一个红颜知己。信如弹簧,化妆成笑声。面对对方,不容易,都市的浪漫音乐,周围鲜花。孤独自外出,但雨很冷,湿青衣飞絮飘扬。如何寒风,吹眉弯。漂泊的心,知道月亮花。空的食肆,虚的眼睛,铜炉烟气。在此时刻,突然想起伟人的演讲,在时刻是众所周知的,在黑暗中闪烁,总是让我温暖。我认为,经历了什么样的生活,甚至有很多人打造这个非同寻常的地球和弦生活。听无忌的儿童幻想,做个永远长不大的孩子,但生活是不允许的,但总的运行时间。小,薄,夜灯,芭蕉。你永远不知道谁会看到,而不是同情。爱是不小的断桥。桥的小紫香唇,唇,你读每一个字将烟眉,爱波转移,然后弯曲,向丝绸叶的绿色的一头乌丝,而与鹰,使安心。生活世界,只为你修颜。感官愉悦在人类世界,去看所有的方式,打破壮志凌云的面膜,一雨晓童年的梦想,心已老,看着天真的眼睛,时年,可以离开。研究你,再见无期。生命中不是永远快乐,永远不要,快乐和痛苦是相互影响,等通道通过不同的侧面,树木通过变时。招牌挂不累虚高,只记得,江南渔塘。看日落黄昏,点缀,孤单北倾斜的阁楼。薄面的忧郁,当地活动,青瓦平房。渐渐长大了,开始以成人身份,往往看似成熟的眼光去看待世界,似乎不屑简单生活,以及思想与理想,想出了一个风暴。沉醉于画荷花及孤亭,在亭,盼望。伊人奇娇,谁开的花,素衣红洋葱,红水墨莲花叶,谁染一缕头发,涂上红亭商河清。不同情的眼泪,咽而沉默,唯一遗憾是过去。悲伤的画面,和许多人难学的语言。水深以为,楼下有。河流转弯叠舟如叶,它的出现似隐藏。记忆后,同情。古代和现代世俗,谁不徘徊。突然的声音,声音旅行数千里,斧声鼎苍山,自古以来,仍然荒诞的世界里,有数以千计的沉重负荷。现今,凭空漫步原野,风,云,雨湿,然后愈加寒冷。依依白露,渐行渐远,风把烟驱散。在自己身边,静静的游荡,清洁大地。碎叶道荒,拂云是差远了,不要打开。更多的北雪,白色寒灰,心字识别。残余降雨,梦想,烟柳词空。数十年,不断的下雨,刮风。在人生的道路上,我想跑,追逐梦想的彩虹。孤独,喜欢回忆,那些感动,风和雨,喜欢品尝那些起伏路。突然想起一路回头看,一次偶然的相遇,为什么人们只可以体味自己生命的旅程景观?为什么经历了这么多重世界,但很少有自己真正的朋友?为什么回头看走过的痕迹都消失了?奢侈之风如同汪洋。富豪,明星,一掷千金。 Seasonal rhyme Yuan Chu Chen Free flowers blooming in the Park, Huth Cirrus clouds in the sky-Shu, the heart seems to have a hazy moved, perhaps feeling of age, the young do not belon... [more]

Art or Not?  
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5/1/15 Posted 5/1/15

The answer is #1 The real art work is by Lee Ufan, currently on show at the Lisson Gallery, London. [more]

Made-Up with Danny Volk: S1E13 with Casey Smallwood   Pick-button-5bf6c1b36c3b74ec8f312c7c9f6f1ae3
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Posted 5/1/15

Danny Volk talks to artists in their studios about life and art—while they do his make-up. This concept was a new one for us, and, unsurprisingly, it produces some unique moments: see artists like Theaster Gates, Pope.L, and Jessica Stockholder working in their studios as you've never seen them before. Revisit Season 1 as we anticipate the all-new Made-Up Season 2, to be released this Spring on ArtSlant. This week: Danny sits down with artist and good friend Casey to talk about using fri... [more]

Installation Creates Star Nurseries With Code and Geometric Light  
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5/1/15 Posted 5/1/15

http://thecreatorsproject.vice.com/blog/new-installation-creates-stellar-nurseries-with-code-and-geometric-light [more]

ArtSlant Prize winner Edra Soto in collaboration with Dan Sullivan at Morgan Lehman Gallery, New York  
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5/1/15 Posted 5/1/15

The former ArtSlant Prize winner Edra Soto and Dan Sullivan bring together ideas of tradition, leisure and collaboration in the instalation work at the Morgan Lehman Gallery, on display May 7th - June 13th, 2015. Edra Soto and Dan Sulliva, DominoDomino, 2014, Domino table with four stools, inlaid corian on jatoba wood 30 x 30 x 30 in The creative act is not performed by the artist alone; the spectator brings the work in contact with the external world by deciphering and interpreting its inner qua... [more]

Art or Not?  
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5/1/15 Posted 5/1/15

#1 #2 Click to reveal the answer! [more]

Hellmer Osslund. Painter of the North.  
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4/30/15 Posted 4/30/15

Helmer Osslund, Sweden (1866-1938) Helmer Osslund was a Swedish artist born in Tuna. From birth name was Aslund but switched to the more international sounding Osslund when he as 20-year-old went to America to become an architect. Osslund attended the homecoming at the Technical School and the Artists' Association art school in Stockholm. In 1889 he was hired later as a decorator at the Gustavsberg porcelain but continued his artistic career after study trips to Paris and London and trainin... [more]


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