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Número de Oro. Punto Phi, la optimización de los resultados creativos. “La Espiral de Fibonacci”, el homenaje del Rivismo  
5/7/15 Posted 5/7/15

Los resultados de la aplicación de los conceptos de la razón o proporción áurea, nos lleva a localizar el punto Phi, en donde, artísticamente, se concentra el clímax de una obra musical, la belleza de una obra pictórica, arquitectónica o de una fotografía, y en general, a optimizar el resultado de la obra creada por el hombre, por la naturaleza o presente en cosas que aparecen de forma espontánea e incontrolable. El Ri... [more]

"Magnetismo Manchego". Obra del Rivismo en homenaje al IV Centenario de la Edición de la 2ª Parte de Don Quijote de la Mancha por Don Miguel de Cervantes  
5/5/15 Posted 5/5/15

En 2015 se celebra el IV Centenario de la publicación de la 2ª Parte de la novela universal Don Quijote de la Mancha, por Don Miguel de Cervantes y Saavedra. la Obra "Magnetismo Manchego", es un homenaje a este acontecimiento histórico. En el Rivismo, las historias vividas, las experiencias acumuladas y los testigos, aunque sean mudos, representan la filosofía y la estructura para expresar y plasmar artísticamente los sentimientos en el ámbit... [more]

El Rivismo y la importancia de la letra W. Obra de Ramón Rivas: “Six W – 6?”  
5/3/15 Posted 5/3/15

Cuando se componen textos cuyo objetivo es el de captar la atención y contener lo más relevante para que de esa forma se concentre y optimice su contenido, no hay mejor opción, que recurrir a un grupo reducido de palabras, que constituyen la estructura base para desarrollar y lanzar cualquier idea o proyecto. A partir de esta selección textual, será posible desarrollar cualquier proyecto con la garantía de no dejar nada en el tintero, porque con estas pala... [more]

Melancholy and Lightness  
4/26/15 Posted 4/26/15

When contemplating the multiplicity of nature, 2012 Ad Herzel In many ways it does not make sense that I am a visual artist. My first love was literature and writing and I do not seem to find comfort in my contemplation of the creations of other Visual artist's in the same way I do from writing and poetry. This may be due to the way I engage with the different Arts. Poetry and literature have always been plays and immersions into struggle, as well as haven's from struggle. I read t... [more]

A Glimpse into Gaultier’s World  
3/31/15 Posted 3/31/15

The exhibition celebrating the work and inspirations of French couturier Jean Paul Gaultier is now open at the National Gallery of Victoria. The Fashion World of Jean Paul Gaultier: From the Sidewalk to the Catwalk explores the creative development of one of the world’s most influential designers. Throughout his career, which spans more than 40 years, Gaultier has been obsessed and influenced by all facets of popular culture. The exhibition tracks the growth of his identity as a designer and... [more]

Capturing the Romance of Childhood  
3/30/15 Posted 3/30/15

Express Yourself: Romance Was Born for Kids is a vibrant exhibition created by Sydney-based fashion designers Luke Sales and Anna Plunkett now showing at The National Gallery of Victoria. You’re standing in the foyer of the NGV. Head through one door, and you’ll immerse yourself in the world of French designer Jean Paul Gaultier; an adult playground where invention and freedom of expression is celebrated. Through another portal you’ll enter the realm of two different f... [more]

Susan Scafati Shoots Portraits from SXSW 2015  
3/30/15 Posted 3/30/15

Many thanks to Photo District News online for their news coverage about the recent portraiture work I did during SXSW ! Austin, Texas-based contemporary art photographer Susan Scafati recently shot portraits during South by Southwest (SXSW) — the annual music, film, and interactive festival — from her hometown neighborhood in Austin, Texas. “This is one of my favorite experiences in Austin,” Scafati says. Scafati is drawn to the way that the city transforms itself into a mecca of fes... [more]

An Exhibition for Sartorial Sleuths  
3/29/15 Posted 3/31/15

The National Gallery of Victoria is inviting aspiring detectives to solve mysteries in fashion. Danielle Whitfield, assistant curator of Australian fashion and textiles at the NGV, has put together an exhibition that contains mysteries worthy of a detective novel. Fashion Detective showcases more than 70 unattributed 19th-century garments and accessories from the NGV’s collection. It groups them into cases to be examined and encourages audiences to use their problem-solving skills while seeing the... [more]

Writing about the work of visual artist Louise Weaver  
3/20/15 Posted 4/2/15

Louise Weaver is a prominent Australian artist who has exhibited extensively in Australia and overseas. Her work is represented in major public and private collections around the world. Louise approached me to write an interpretive piece about a series of Gicleé prints, which will be part of her upcoming exhibition at Darren Knight Gallery, Sydney, Australia. The piece will be included in a publication she will produce to accompany the show. Within this sequence of Gicleé Pri... [more]

Ticket to freedom  
3/18/15 Posted 3/18/15

This is my work today.Este es mi trabajo de hoy.Ce est mon travail aujourd'hui.Das ist meine Arbeit heute.これが私の仕事は、今日です。这是我今天的工作。이것은 나의 일 오늘이다. [more]

Call For Small Work for the ArtisTTable 2LITTLE Show at Richard App Gallery  
3/11/15 Posted 3/11/15

The ArtisTTable is seeking submissions for the Second Annual International Juried Small Works Show at Richard App Gallery - 2 LITTLE. Last year the ArtisTTable partnered with the Richard App Gallery in Grand Rapids, Michigan, the response from was great from Europe and around the US as well as the expected local Michigan artist community. Grand Rapids, Michigan has been much more of an arts destination than anyone thought for years with its museums and festivals, but it was advent of ArtPrize t... [more]

What is mosaic?  
3/10/15 Posted 3/10/15

Mosaic From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia This article is about a decorative art. For other uses, see Mosaic (disambiguation). This article includes a list of references, but its sources remain unclear because it has insufficient inline citations. Please help to improve this article by introducing more precise citations. (October 2012) Irano-Roman floor mosaic detail from the palace of Shapur I atBishapur. Cone mosaic courtyard from Uruk inMesopotamia 3000... [more]

Animals, Blood, Art?  
3/9/15 Posted 3/9/15

Is there any limit when it comes to the definition of Art? Music videos have become very powerful tools. Converting music and lyrics into entrancing, calculated filmed performances, they have carved their way into our understanding of the music industry. Like any other craft, some videos are aesthetically beautiful and somewhat classical while others can imply powerful statements, be it political, emotional, etc.… Music videos are thus a perfect combination of performance art conveye... [more]

CALL FOR ART - Sustainable Silicon Valley  
Posted 3/5/15

The deadline is: April 17th, 2015. To submit your artwork, please complete the Artist Information Form (attached) and send it along with a high-quality .jpg, .gif or .png of your art piece to Please find attached the flyer containing all the pertinent information along with the Submission Form. Here are some inspirational ideas: - Imagine communities that create more than they consume - Imagine the best and worst case scenarios for Silicon Valley in the... [more]

Rolling earth cube rock  
2/1/15 Posted 2/1/15


Achetez de l'Art  
12/22/14 Posted 12/22/14

L’artiste Stéphane Jaspert soutient Achetez de l’Art en nous livrant un pavé de Paris marqué du label.Achetez de l'Art [more]

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