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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]

SPRING EQUIOX 2017  
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International Comunity of Artists at Jose Peon Contreras Palce March 18th, 2017 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Posted 5/18/16

T'HO fest Yucatan Art Code: Is a visual dialogue among civilizations, an international collective of contemporary art in painting, sculpture, photography, Installation, mix media, digital art, and video. Jose Luis Rodriguez de Armas, General Coordinator, is a critic member of AICA Cuba-Mexico, an experienced museologist, and curator at this festival on contemporary art in Yucatan. What does a dialogue among civilizations mean? One could argue that there are two groups of civilizations in the wo... [more]

Shahkaar - In Conversation with Sumaya Durrani  
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12/1/16 Posted 2/11/16

As we flock around her right after our final MA Visual Arts First Year Juries and I request some time for an interview as directed by my professor Sir Quddus Mirza (Editor of ArtNow), there is a yes and a no in the answer that I get. The word enigmatic is a constant in all the published material that I’ve read about Sumaya Durrani in my humble quest to know a bit about her and we, the visual arts Master's students frozen in the space of her eloquence, are proof that it’s true. Dur... [more]

Lope de Vega  
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6/29/16 Posted 6/29/16

Lope de Vega by Alejandro Cabeza. permanent collection of the National Theatre Museum (Ground Floor: The Golden Age comedy theaters and http://museoteatro.mcu.es/exposicion-permanente/planta-baja/) [more]

Online Art Gallery- vkartgallery  
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6/17/16 Posted 6/17/16

@vkartgallery Indian Art Gallery – Decorate your home with painting Vkartgallery is an online Indian art gallery for sale of original paintings made by emerging artists as well as renowned artists from India.All the paintings for sale on the VK Art Gallery website are original prepared by Indian artists. If you are looking to buy artworks (paintings, Drawings and Sculptures) for your home, office or any other place, our online Indian art gallery provides you a platform to buy original... [more]

Re-Created Hand, the Touch of Love by Robert S. Lee  
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6/14/16 Posted 6/14/16

Re-Created Hand, the Touch of LoveRobert S. Lee$3200Oil on canvas201638.75"H x 36"W x 1.5" (98cm x 91cm x 3.8cm) Signed, Titled, Dated on the reverse During the winter I said, "When it's cold, I want to hold your hand." If you are interested in purchasing this painting, you can go to PayPal -> Send -> Pay for goods or services -> 18182194882 -> Amount -> $3200 -> Continue -> Goods or services. Thank you. [more]

GM Arts Prize - Award Commision Winner  
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5/28/16 Posted 5/28/16

New Annual Emerging Contemporary Visual Arts Prize 2016 Artist - Leigh Humby The awards are created using three elements which consist of a ball an outer vertical structure and lower horizontal supports. The Ball The ball structure embraces the ten local authorities. The ball is created with ten flat discs each representing the local boroughs of Bolton, Bury, Oldham, Rochdale, Salford, Stockport, Manchester, Trafford, Tameside and Wigan. Each disk is printed with its own design. The design is based on a select... [more]

My Favorite Frescos at Cappella degli Scrovegni in Padova (Padua)  
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4/26/16 Posted 4/26/16

Cappella degli Scrovegni in Padova (Padua), Italy, boasts a thrilling fresco cycle by Giotto, whose works were so delicate, that the viewers were limited to 10- to 20-minutes guided tours, and could only enter the chapel after a 15-minutes temperature and moisture modulation sessions. That cycle was simply breathtaking - enormous scope, brilliant colors, remarkable compositions, "modern" technique of rendering volumes and understanding of human anatomy and perspectives, and above all, exotic and... [more]

My Favorite Paintings at Basilica di Sant'Antonio, Padova (Padua), Italy  
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4/19/16 Posted 5/2/16

The great Basilica di Sant'Antonio in Padua, famed for its relics of Saint Anthony, houses some wonderful artworks underneath its almost Byzantinesque domes. My favorite of such was the great altar, which dazzled with brilliant blue, yellow, white, red, and gold hues. A bit kitschy from distance, perhaps; but on the spot, I was quite easily transported by the mysterious shimmering light. My second favorite was a fragmented mural, with cleanly delineated figures, animals and walled city, evoking the ideal of early Renaissance epoch - urbane, soph... [more]

Roses & Nature by Aase Birkhaug  
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4/11/16 Posted 4/11/16

Artist & Painter - Aase Birkhaug Believing that surroundings can influence one` s health and mind, Painter and Physiotherapist Aase Birkhaug has combined her two passions by painting roses for a soothing effect. Having fallen in love with flowers, nature and painting from early age, it was only natural to merge these factors together at some point, and by combining the aesthetic beauty of botany with her skills as a painter. It is documented that colors have an effect on the sensory system, and... [more]

THE FUTURE OF ART: Fabiola Jean-Louis Rewrites History  
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4/9/16 Posted 4/9/16

Recently exhibited at Harlem School of the Arts' freshly renovated Gallery Space, Fabiola Jean-Louis' Rewriting History is an interdisciplinary series that serves up a ride through antiquity and imagination. Modern period dresses, fashioned almost entirely from paper, become actors in a photographic essay that challenges notions of reality, time and space. Visual, sculptural and performative at once, the artist creates a world that embodies an alternate past where people of color might have live... [more]

When I Am Working I am Exploring  
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3/30/16 Posted 3/30/16

Dorothy L Merk When I am working, I am not worrying about what other people think and feel, I am exploring my most mundane feelings. The purpose of my work is to take the ordinary and transform it into a universal feeling or expression. My work is applicable to all people because it transcends our basic existence and expresses a real humanness and spirituality. The result is the truth and the beauty of truth that is universal. [more]

I Love  
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3/30/16 Posted 3/30/16

Dorothy L Merk I love the beauty of the exquisite line, elegant composition, the artist touch and the rapture of the stroke of the pen or brush. It is the love that inspires me to become excited by a strong emotion and to try to move through it to this place of the universal understanding and freedom I bring to the viewer. [more]

My Favorite Sculptures at Musei Civici degli Eremitani, Padova (Padua)  
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2/19/16 Posted 4/8/16

Musei Civici degli Eremitani, (Museo Archeologico e del Museo d'Arte Medievale e Moderna) in the ancient Italian city Padua impressed me, especially many artifacts from their Archaeological Department. I was most taken by small a bronze sculpture of a winged foot for its elegant shape in an assertive yet delicate style and the absence of the rest of the body made this piece more intriguing and unforgettable. My second favorite was a stone sculpture of a squatting bird-woman. Comparing the he sleek foot above, this one looked quite primitive, with its... [more]

Working with available light: re-developing a boxful of found photographs  
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Sunandini Banerjee, Aditya Basak, Mamata Basak, Swarna Chitrakar, Sanjeet Chowdhury, Chhatrapati Dutta, Alakananda Nag, Prabir C Purkayastha, Amritah Sen, Sarbajit Sen, Alan Teller, Jerri Zbiral at Indira Gandhi National Centre for The Arts, New Delhi January 11th - January 31st
Posted 2/16/16

Found objects have always been secret allies for visual artists. They are stumbled upon and acquired, magpie-like, because of a private vision of “intrinsic interest,” to be teased out and made concrete later. Found photographs, too, have long since found their place inside artists’ private wunderkammern. Following the Box, an exhibition of a particularly curious origin now on view at the Indian Museum, Kolkata, brings the aesthetic power of found photographs front and center. http:/... [more]

COMMUNICATING ARTS: INTERVIEW WITH RENÉE LAVERNE ROSE, FOUNDER OF "ACS" MAGAZINE  
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2/15/16 Posted 2/15/16

From visual arts to “ACS” art magazine. From beautiful canvases to a great media company which is promoting arts, artists, cultures and creativity. Everywhere. Renée LaVerne Rose was born in Chicago(USA) and raised in the Southside neighborhood Morgan Park, where grandparents and extended family resided. As a child her parents exposed her to a multitude of arts/cultural experiences which feed curious nature. As a young adult, Renée grew to relish exploring the world... [more]


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