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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]

Flowers of innocence  
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5/21/15 Posted 5/21/15

FLOWERS OF INNOCENCE Why is it that so important, it is at the same time so trivial? Why to paint flowers, then we condemn ourselves to be called tandeto artists, decorative and superficial "the transformers' reality? Why do not we have another, as a universal symbol of beauty? Why, then, when we look at growing flowers in macro-scale, eg. The whole top of tulips and gardenia, feel the emotion and joy? Why, then, when we grow flowers in a pot, on a piece of cotton wool, experiencing betrayal, a... [more]

Kenneth Radu - Macri’s Pink Narrative  
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5/20/15 Posted 5/20/15

Macri’s Pink Narrative. An essay by Kenneth Radu on the art of Adamo Macri. Downloadable document via Scribd “In the film Funny Face starring the exquisite Audrey Hepburn and the light-as-air Fred Astaire, the dynamic Kay Thompson in her role of fashion editor proclaims that it’s time to “Think Pink!” We are then treated to a frenzy of pink haute couture. Of all colours in western society …” [more]

Kenneth Radu - Facing the Faces: the Facebook Self-portraits of Adamo Macri  
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5/20/15 Posted 5/20/15

Facing the Faces: the Facebook Self-portraits of Adamo Macri. An essay by Kenneth Radu on the art of Adamo Macri. Downloadable document via Scribd “Self-portraiture and painting are almost synonymous. Albrecht Durer, Hans Holbein the Younger, Titian, Artemisia Gentileschi, Rembrandt, Elisabeth-Louise Vigée-Le Brun, Francisco Goya, Mary Cassatt, Paul Cézanne, Edvard Munch, Emily Carr, Frida Kahlo, a legion of others: the walls of art galleries are heavy with images of artists w... [more]

Kenneth Radu - Art of the Orifice: Adamo Macri’s Verboten  
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5/20/15 Posted 5/20/15

Art of the Orifice: Adamo Macri’s Verboten. An essay by Kenneth Radu on the art of Adamo Macri. Downloadable document via Scribd “The human body has always been the source of pleasure and revulsion, at once the embodiment of ecstasy and excrement, delight and disgust, beauty and brutality, dream and nightmare. In his great satire Gulliver’s Travels Jonathan Swift depends upon such antithesis in his portrayal of the admirable Houyhnhnms and Gulliver’s ensuing misanthropy. A... [more]

Kenneth Radu - Cellular Excitement: An Appreciation of the Art of Adamo Macri  
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5/20/15 Posted 5/20/15

Cellular Excitement: An Appreciation of the Art of Adamo Macri. An essay by Kenneth Radu on the art of Adamo Macri. Downloadable document via Scribd "In many of his drawings, photos, constructions and other pieces of art, Adamo Macri depicts various forms existing beneath the visible surfaces of the world, and the reality of secret miniscule life teeming in obscure places. He explores, or imagines, acts of creation from the fundamental cellular level of existence to the intangible world of states... [more]

Michael Cusack  
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5/19/15 Posted 5/19/15

“With every new body of work I am trying to re-write. Not a.....read more: http://arthound.com/2014/04/artist-crush-michael-cusack/ [more]

Kjell Varvin  
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5/14/15 Posted 5/14/15

Kjell Varvin constructs installations from a variety of objects in the corner of... read more: http://blog.patternbank.com/kjell-varvin-digital-prints-temporary-installations/ [more]

Eske Rex  
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5/12/15 Posted 5/12/15

http://www.eskerex.com/ Drawing Machine is a construction involving two pendulums, each ...read more: http://www.thejealouscurator.com/blog/2013/02/27/im-jealous-of-eske-rex/ [more]

Michael Johansson  
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5/11/15 Posted 5/11/15

A boat and related equipment are joined together in a....read more: http://culturehall.com/artwork.html?page=2781 Artworks by Michael Johansson www.michaeljohansson.com [more]

Featured Artist RF Paints Interview  
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Patricia Aaron at William and Joseph Gallery Santa Fe, NM May 1st - May 31st
Posted 5/10/15

http://www.rfpaints.com/exhibitions/featured-artist/item/505-patricia-aaron [more]

Anish Kapoor - Leviathan - Monumenta 2011 //// The sense of the sacred  
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5/10/15 Posted 5/10/15

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

Antonia Dewhurst. Roots and Rootlessness.  
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5/9/15 Posted 5/9/15

Local to what? To home? Where’s that? To where I live? Is that significant? Is it worth ...read more: https://fionaowen.wordpress.com/2013/01/30/roots-and-rootlessness-an-interview-with-artist-antonia-dewhurst/ http://culturehall.com/antonia_dewhurst [more]

Letha Wilson.  
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5/8/15 Posted 5/8/15

Letha Wilson uses photography in sculptural artworks to investigate our complicated relationship to our natural world.....read more: http://culturehall.com/feature_issues.html?no=53 https://vimeo.com/50083449http://culturehall.com/artwork.html;jsessionid=749728233DC174BDA54542D0D4E50BF4?page=12624 [more]

Lage Lindell, Sweden (1920-1980)  
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5/7/15 Posted 5/7/15

Lage Lindell had an aesthetic that slid into an existential relationship between the artist, and audience. The images would interfere with the visitors in the room, he disliked framed paintings. Cut out shapes that he pinned to the wall. Pressed in the series figures on plexiglass, which could hang freely, and those who stayed up and watched experienced how the image figures rhythmically mingled with the people around. Art was a part of life. https://www.google.se/search?q=Lage+Lindell&esp... [more]

My first ever blog--only 20 or more years late  
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5/5/15 Posted 5/5/15

Though I had a 30 year retrospective more than 10 years ago (2004), this is my first ever blog entry. I am now over 70 and have been doing my art since age five. For my seventh birthday, I was given the wonderful gift of starting to attend an art school taught by the artist and children's book author and illustrator, Eula Long. That was 1950. In 1952 at age nine, my work was chosen for an exhibit of childrens work at the Museum of Modern Art in New York. Over the intervening years I have exhi... [more]


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