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Acrylic on canvas. 14" x 18". Small painting I did a while back.
Oh how it feels to be wild and free :)
This image was taken to celebrate creativity and expression. As an artist, it can be extremely challenging to find direction amongst the swift currents in life, yet I'm always filled with an excitement to just create. I wanted to express that explosive passion to spread light, joy and color in the world, and to encourage people to embrace the art of living celebratory lives, always sharing and creating to make the world a better place.
Please give me your honest opinion about this shot, I wasn’t sure about posting it because it didn’t turn out exactly as I was thinking, but I like how its kind of different! Shot this in Detroit with the model and our friend Josh, who I greatly appreciate helping! It was about 20 degrees so mad props to Ashley for braving it! Especially because of all the work that went into this shot I had to post it!
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Mom & I had art day here despite all the construction/repair that was going on! Yay! Here is my work, next to the inspiration piece by Tom Brown. :)
Oil on canvas 41 x 33 cm // 16,4 by 13,2 inches.
I was impressed with so much art in Cuba. One of the few things Americans are allowed to take home right now is art -- and educational material.
têmpera, acrílico, pigmentos e resina sobre papel canson, gramatura 300g/m2, dimensões 42 x 29 cm - Jorge Calfo.
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Post temático! Nail Art em homenagem ao Dia das Crianças: www.vernizesepancakes.com.br/2011/10/nail-art-dia-das-cri...
One of the smoke art shots from my first attempt that caught my eye. Still have to go through them all. I found the lighting worked best for me firing from almost directly underneath the incense
Just a fun photo of Art Colours to brighten your day!
Have a lovely weekend!
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Asnières, long ago made part of Paris, was an independent community in the mid-19th century, popular for fishing and boating. As the nearest town to Paris, it often served as a place of recreation. In this picture Monet viewed Asnières from the Parisian bank of the Seine. Across the massive shapes of barges we see a disconcerting array of buildings, ranging from the grand manor on the right to chunky rental buildings and small villas. The barges set off the evanescent reflections, glimmering, magically alive, that naturally link these two different worlds. Monet does not emphasize the social aspects; the landscape is not so much a view of some fashionable resort area as it is a poetic image of sunlight - at a time when, shortly before nightfall, the light is especially translucent and is capable of ennobling any natural scene.
[Hermitage Museum, Saint Petersburg - Oil on canvas, 46.5 x 55.5 cm]
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(abstract; A5=15x20cm 60g white paper; 2 watercolor complements, gouache white, little touches of other colors)
Quelles sont les “couples gris” de la palette, les couleurs dont le mélange va vers le neutre ? Il n’y a pas de théorie simple, il faut expérimenter .
What are the “gray couples” of the palette, the neutral color mix? No simple theory, experiments
is necessary 
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Fractal art designed in JWildfire 1.6 (Andreas Maschke) - The Owl
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Ballpoint and watercolor on paper.