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Artist Talk with Christopher Mercier  
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7/19/14 Posted 7/10/14

South Bay Contemporary / Zask Gallery 550 Deep Valley Drive, Suite 151, Rolling Hills Estates, California A r t i s t T a l k July 19th, 4 - 6 pm"Portrait of the Artist" photos by Gloria Plascencia Chris will present his creative process linking his art with his architectural designs, showing images and answering questions. Chris worked as Senior Associate for Frank O Gehry and Associates for 9 years, and worked on some of the industries' m... [more]

The "Modern Abstractions" of Spencer Rogers  
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7/19/14 Posted 7/19/14

Spencer and Dana Rogers, the dynamic duo of creative portrait photography in the South Loop, have refurbed their extensive Printer's Row studio space into a contemporary yet comfortably labyrinthine visual art gallery. This past Friday (June 6th), Spencer christened the new space with 20 spatially demanding and visually vibrant works in oil and acrylic for the exhibition, "Abstractions." The complex, layered works range in color from sunset reds and oranges to warm and playful fuschias to el... [more]

Artist HILLARY MILES Gifts Chicago Quirky, Confident and Adventurous Women  
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7/19/14 Posted 7/19/14

Art Institute of Chicago graduate and self-declared sci-fi and fantasy fan, Hillary Miles utilizes her broadly-minded, mythical creativity to forge a new kind of heroine. Her piece “Slither” features a young woman serenely coddling a live snake; another painting, “Samantha” portrays a girl calmly acquiescing to the enveloping embrace of a large, cantaloupe-colored monster. A collector favorite, the “Space Girl” series, depicts women astronauts in bold eye... [more]

Follow-Up Conversation with Artist HILLARY MILES  
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7/19/14 Posted 7/19/14

-You mentioned an interest in children's books and sci-fi stories. What particular fantasy characters and tales have inspired your work? There’s a beautiful economy of structure and wealth of symbolism in children’s stories and old myths that I find completely appealing. And while I love the range of possibility that science fiction and fantasy stories have to offer, I am especially compelled by the way their boundarylessness is always tethered by a camouflaged truth—I tr... [more]

Event Photography Should Not Be considered a Child’s Play  
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7/17/14 Posted 7/17/14

Over the years photography has been an integral part of different occasions. Event photography is not only restricted to the outdoor events, but it is also required for capturing different moments of the indoor events. Most of the people think that it as a simple process and they least prefer to hire a professional photographer. It is completely false because only a professional photographer can capture the required moments in the event without getting diverted. There are lots of things that on... [more]

Prom Photography Capturing the Astounding Moments of School Prom  
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7/17/14 Posted 7/17/14

Photographs are the best ways of reminding the old memories. So, if you don’t want your memories to get erased, you have to capture it in the lens before the event gets over. There are different types of event and on the basis of the types of the event the photography is classified. Prom photography is basically hired for capturing the astonishing moments of the school prom. Most of the prom photographers avail free of charge service, but if you are looking for experienced service then the... [more]

世界近代艺术史 38 陈源初著  
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7/17/14 Posted 7/17/14

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Beautiful/Decay  
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7/16/14 Posted 7/16/14

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My Favorite Artworks in Votivkirche, Vienna  
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7/16/14 Posted 7/25/14

One of the most visible churches in Vienna, amongst many magnificent ones, is Votivkirche, which I visited in 2012 and was duly impressed. This Neo-Gothic church of twin spires, dating back to late 19th century, boasted a famous Antwerp Passion Altar (Wood Curve) (dating back to around 1460). This altar was the best example of the achievement of medieval wood curving religion art in the low countries. Antwerp Passion Altar This Altar has grandeur, dignity and its moving pathos lies in the folksy naïvet&eacut... [more]

Brain Gate 2007 sculpture  
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7/15/14 Posted 7/15/14

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mohit-john #9  
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7/15/14 Posted 7/15/14

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mohit-john #10  
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mohit-john #11  
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mohit-john #12  
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mohit-john #13  
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