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Discover astonishing wall art at the independent studio of internationally acclaimed portrait artist, Christian Chapman, to add colour, character and personality to your home. Complete your home decor with an incredible and astonishing collection of wall art available in many styles and designs imposing a huge visual impact on the eyes of the viewers.

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La Expo de @josepedrogodoy me ha dejado sin palabras su narrativa visual es probocativa y sexual sus óleos tienen ese olor que provoca pasiones. #art #chile @museo_mac

La Expo de @josepedrogodoy me ha dejado sin palabras su narrativa visual es probocativa y sexual sus óleos tienen ese olor que provoca pasiones. #art #chile @museo_mac

"If there were nothing but thought in you, you wouldn't even know you're thinking. You would be like a dreamer who doesn't know he's dreaming." - Caskey

La Expo de @josepedrogodoy me ha dejado sin palabras su narrativa visual es probocativa y sexual sus óleos tienen ese olor que provoca pasiones. #art #chile @museo_mac

La Expo de @josepedrogodoy me ha dejado sin palabras su narrativa visual es probocativa y sexual sus óleos tienen ese olor que provoca pasiones. #art #chile @museo_mac

Took this shot at Delaplaine Visual Arts Education Center, Frederick Maryland, and I truly love this "Paradise Lost" by Mary Skeen. Since I saw the reflection of the back-end, I immediately pushed the shutter... People (including me) sometimes lost in a lot of situations... Although I was inside that Center, but my mind was somewhere else... I LOST too!!!

andy warhol screen print final.

Took this shot at Delaplaine Visual Arts Education Center, Frederick Maryland. Nikon D2X, Nikon AF 10.5mm fisheye f2.8, ISO 400. Push "L" to see the large one.

It is not suppose to make sense but it is intended to stimulate your senses....

Hi everyone!

Tired of drawing Sims.

I want to draw digital art.

I was very inspired by the work Lily and Takenaka.

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Music for inspiration: SNSD - Visual Dreams

2008 - Advanced Digital Imaging - Photoshop

As part of the assignment, I used this image as part of a concept to promote "free energy" research.

 

La Expo de @josepedrogodoy me ha dejado sin palabras su narrativa visual es probocativa y sexual sus óleos tienen ese olor que provoca pasiones. #art #chile @museo_mac

F&Velin experienced multiculturalism from a very early age on a micro/macro scale, and they are truly fascinated by how migratory movements and nomadism shape our world. The question of potential loss or enrichment of identity through multiculturalism is being asked, embodied in this symbolic photographic travel journal. The viewer becomes a witness to the journey of a paper craft crane family beyond frontiers, natural and industrial spaces, communication barriers, and diverging spiritual beliefs.

Photographies by Omar Coloma

...watch on black, please...

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www.gestalten.com/books/detail?id=ceaea7651b8d326c011bb1f...

 

A book I am in. Great book and I was happy to be included.

 

A new breed of contemporary artists is celebrating new found international recognition for their style and approach to creating art that is sprouting from and largely influenced by visual subcultures. The Upset documents the burgeoning artists in this new movement whose works are often figurative and narrative employing classical techniques with great skills to create sculpture, illustration design and painting with the use of spray cans, sharpies and elaborate colour palettes on canvas. In addition to the striking visual work, the book features portraits of artists as well as in-depth interviews with selected artists who are creating outstanding cutting-edge contemporary fine art.

 

Image for the "Passively" Exhibition at Berg by Nordan Art Gallery.

  

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F&Velin experienced multiculturalism from a very early age on a micro/macro scale, and they are truly fascinated by how migratory movements and nomadism shape our world. The question of potential loss or enrichment of identity through multiculturalism is being asked, embodied in this symbolic photographic travel journal. The viewer becomes a witness to the journey of a paper craft crane family beyond frontiers, natural and industrial spaces, communication barriers, and diverging spiritual beliefs.

Pop art is a visual art movement that emerged in the mid 1950s in Britain and in parallel in the late 1950s in the United States. The coinage of the term Pop Art is often credited to British art critic/curator, Lawrence Alloway in an essay titled The Arts and the Mass Media, although the term he uses is ;"popular mass culture" Nevertheless, Alloway was one of the leading critics to defend mass culture and Pop Art as a legitimate art form. Pop art is one of the major art movements of the twentieth century. Characterized by themes and techniques drawn from popular mass culture, such as advertising and comic books, pop art is widely interpreted as either a reaction to the then-dominant ideas of abstract expressionism or an expansion upon them. Pop art, like pop music, aimed to employ images of popular as opposed to elitist culture in art, emphasizing the banal or kitschy elements of any given culture. It has also been defined by the artists use of mechanical means of reproduction or rendering techniques that down play the expressive hand of the artist. Pop art at times targeted a broad audience, and often claimed to do so.

 

Much of pop art is considered very academic, as the unconventional organizational practices used often make it difficult for some to comprehend. Pop art and minimalism are considered to be the last modern art movements and thus the precursors to postmodern art, or some of the earliest examples of postmodern art themselves

  

font: Wikipedia.

not sure what to say about this image......simply messing around yesterday with old photos and this is one of the things that happened.

This Frank Gehry- designed structure houses the University of Toledo Center for the Visual Arts. I know his work is controversial, but this place is really photogenic, and I find it very appealing.

La Expo de @josepedrogodoy me ha dejado sin palabras su narrativa visual es probocativa y sexual sus óleos tienen ese olor que provoca pasiones. #art #chile @museo_mac

open text that the elements in him existing with permanent variation

Always a treat to get to hold one of these ancient beauties. Thanks so much to db Visual Arts.

(MÉXICO - DF, 4 FEBRERO 2015) Inicia el Visual Art Week en distintos puntos de esta capital

Taken at the Center For Visual Arts building - Toledo Art Museum

The last day of 2008 ....I spent a fair amount of time this morning thinking about what to say today ... Endings usually make me mighty melancholy!

 

I've been using Flickr and View From the Oak as my visual and daily diaries, recording the progress of my learning to draw and paint, a bit about my life and what's on my mind. I have been blessed with the kindest, most generous encouragement and incredible friendships through these recordings, and I am ever humbled by such blessings. I thank each of you for your continued support and encouragement....and most of all, your friendship.

 

I reviewed my art goals for 2008 as well as 2007 -- and found them identical. I read my entries for this day from both years -- and, found them similiar ... painting flowers, sadness that the holidays were ending, hope for the future. And today as I write, I could copy and paste the same sentiments! LOL I'm down with sinus congestion, Mom leaves in 2 days, I've painted flowers!!! Talk about the Circle of Life! LOL

 

After all the contemplation, though, I wanted to choose one painting that represented my 'year.' So I scrolled through more than 265 paintings ... and, naturally, couldn't choose. There were so many lessons learned, styles and subjects attempted ... and I concluded after all that, for me, the last painting I paint (at least the last one I'm most happy with), would have to be the most representational. In essence, that last painting would/should represent or culminate ALL the lessons, ideas, struggles and joys of the last year --- and in this painting, I think I can claim those very things. So I choose THIS one to represent 2008 --- new lessons from Karlyn Holman, my love of flowers, painting light and form, learning more about negative painting, paths of light, the seasons of my life.

 

Which painting would you say represents YOUR year?

 

Art Goals for 2009 -- simply a repeat of 2008 ... with an emphasis, I think, on speed (in other words, QUITE FUSSING SO MUCH AND LET IT ALONE!!!), letting go of trying to 'control' so much, and trying to ACCEPT and work with those 'accidents' that plague us all:

 

My Art Goals for 2009:

 

* Sketch/paint daily – It’s the only way I know to improve!

 

* Practice more faces and figures – I’ve been reluctant to do these – they take more time and thought than I usually have but I really need to tackle this subject, for doing faces tells me when I’m really SEEING and SKETCHING what is in front of me!!

 

* Practice more landscapes – with my involvement in several plein air groups, I’d like my plein air paintings to improve

 

* Sketch the everyday - Learn to SEE and PAINT as an artist would – not simply to render the scene – but the feeling and drama of what I love and what I’m painting …

 

* Continue to work through the many art books on my shelves!

 

* Practice more values and perspective

 

* LOOSEN UP!!

 

* Increase my economy of line and sketching speed - In order to do this, I will have to focus on SKETCHING during the workweek and PAINTING during the weekends when I have more leisure time. I noticed these last two weeks off, that I really NEED that extra time to let the paint dry between washes, THINK and PLAN what I’m doing, etc., and I just don’t have that kind of leisure during the workweek…. So I’ll have to TRY to be satisfied with practicing my sketching and quick paintings at work and spend time on the weekends for more polished paintings.

 

* Continue to use richer colors – especially DARKS.

 

* Sketch more things of meaning – and WRITE more in each of my journal entries.

 

* Study more art theory such as composition, the things that make a painting more dramatic or eye-catching, what makes a good still-life, how to increase the light in a painting, etc., etc.

 

* I don’t want to focus on particular subjects to paint, but would rather leave that open to painting those things that are ‘meaningful’ in some way.

 

*And no matter what, get in as much EXERCISE as SKETCHING!!

 

* And as always: PRACTICE! PRACTICE! PRACTICE

 

Here's to 2009!!!! HAPPY NEW YEAR!

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