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A blogon most kivételesen sokat találtok még ebből a sorozatból:) Itt: blog.dorotheaphoto.hu

Modell: Zsuzsa Szmerek

Smink: Némethné Nagy Ildikó

Zsuzsi fotózása a blogon...

Még egy utolsót.

150 x 150 cm / oil and acrylic on canvas / 2007

 

Bao Ling's FB page: www.facebook.com/linbaoling

 

LIN BAO LING: SAATCHI ONLINE CRITIC'S CHOICE BY RACHAEL YOUNG

 

Lin Bao Ling's proficiency with a paintbrush interplays light and dark to dramatic contrast. Fragmented shards of colour appear blinding from within these dark landscapes, perhaps to be considered flashes of hope emerging from desolate environments. What is striking about Lin's work is his ability to convey personal sentiments towards urban life, to an extent illustrating his inner turmoil. As a viewer you feel both the push and pull, the bright lights tinged with a haunting appeal.

 

To imagine yourself confronted with a scene such as 'Nocturne03071', brings about an overload to the senses, almost to the point of confusion. Appearing to be caught in the reflective state between abstraction and figuration, the viewer is engaged with an experience beyond just the visual realm, feeling as well as seeing. With his paintings exuding translucent appeal, at times reminiscent of stained glass, perhaps Lin is looking to connect on a more spiritual level.

 

Everyday scenes of urban life are broken down and disintegrated, forming a cohesion of colour that enhances the somewhat unseen elements of organic beauty found inside such concrete jungles. Lin wants the viewer to recognise that these are not purely paintings about cityscapes, more so about the hidden details found within.

 

Whilst remaining fundamentally abstract, the brain inevitably begins to comprehend form, particularly within paintings such as 'Nocturne03077,' where buildings become more recognisable.

 

Lin exerts a technical ability that is captivating through its energy. His aptitude for portraying light is executed with precision, provoking a visceral response within the viewer. Throughout the 'Nocturne' series, Lin retains a strong sense of emotion, illustrating the capacity of painting to involve an audience.

  

Rachael Young

 

April 28th, 2010 from www.saatchi-gallery.co.uk/blogon

   

i reaaallllyyy wanted a shoot with gyöngyvér like this. but it's just photoshop.. and it's not an emo picture!!

blog blog blog ... bár nincs fent a blogon ehhez a képhez kapcsolódó dolog még..

Ma hajnalban értem haza Székelyföldről, ahol egy szűk hetet töltöttem Borival - részletes beszámoló a blogon később lesz.

A képet Löki Viktor barátom lőtte, én fűztem panorámába. Köszönöm neki.

 

UPDATE: 51,4 MPixeles kép erről a helyről, a Görgényi-havasok irányába itt:

orbandomonkos.hu/panorama/nagy_panorama1.jpg

 

Szeretném a képet majd a blogom headerévé tenni, de nem boldogulok az outer glow-val. Valami ötlete esetleg valakinek...?

 

EXPLORED!

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Hosszú szünet után visszatértem! Új recept a blogon :)

 

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Please feel free to use this image under the creative commons license.

 

I created the graphic to drive traffic to my marketing blog as part of a buzz-building assignment for a graduate degree.

 

Please attribute, link, like and comment - howtostartablogonline.net

 

Help me explore the concept of online quid pro quo. You get great visual content and I get extra credit in my emerging media class. Or at least that's the cunning plan...

 

Also, if you have an idea for a custom graphic you need for your own blog or website, please share with me at mkhmktg@yahoo.com. I'll give it my best shot to create something for you.

Modell: Zsuzsa Szmerek

Smink: Némethné Nagy Ildikó

Zsuzsi fotózása a blogon...

Modell: Lang Nikolett

Köszönet a segítségért Tomori Gábornak.

A többi kép a blogon.

 

Modell: Lang Nikolett

Köszönet a segítségért Tomori Gábornak.

A többi kép a blogon.

Please feel free to use this image under the creative commons license.

 

I created the graphic to drive traffic to my marketing blog as part of a buzz-building assignment for a graduate degree.

 

Please attribute, link, like and comment - howtostartablogonline.net

 

Help me explore the concept of online quid pro quo. You get great visual content and I get extra credit in my emerging media class. Or at least that's the cunning plan...

 

Also, if you have an idea for a custom graphic you need for your own blog or website, please share with me at mkhmktg@yahoo.com. I'll give it my best shot to create something for you.

Molda a kandur. Hamarosan blogon is:)

Egy kép...Többi majd blogon jövőhéten hamegjön új laptop, ezen nem jó pselni... :S

Modell: Szmerek Zsuzsi

Smink:Monyók Rita

Ruha:MNSZ

Stúdió:Szemere

Fotó:Én

Modell: Zsuzsa Szmerek

Smink: Némethné Nagy Ildikó

Zsuzsi fotózása a blogon...

Please feel free to use this image under the creative commons license.

 

I created the graphic to drive traffic to my marketing blog as part of a buzz-building assignment for a graduate degree.

 

Please attribute, link, like and comment - howtostartablogonline.net

 

Help me explore the concept of online quid pro quo. You get great visual content and I get extra credit in my emerging media class. Or at least that's the cunning plan...

 

Also, if you have an idea for a custom graphic you need for your own blog or website, please share with me at mkhmktg@yahoo.com. I'll give it my best shot to create something for you.

Please feel free to use this image under the creative commons license.

 

I created the graphic to drive traffic to my marketing blog as part of a buzz-building assignment for a graduate degree.

 

Please attribute, link, like and comment - howtostartablogonline.net

 

Help me explore the concept of online quid pro quo. You get great visual content and I get extra credit in my emerging media class. Or at least that's the cunning plan...

 

Also, if you have an idea for a custom graphic you need for your own blog or website, please share with me at mkhmktg@yahoo.com. I'll give it my best shot to create something for you.

Artist: Eugenie Scrase

Title: Trunkated Trunk

Material: Tree trunk, metal fence

 

School Of Saatchi's Eugenie Scrase chosen to show her work at The Hermitage

Published on 16-12-2009

 

In this week's final episode of BBC Two's School Of Saatchi, Eugenie Scrase was revealed as the artist selected by Charles Saatchi to have her artwork shown at his exhibition Newspeak: British Art Now at The Hermitage Museum in St Petersburg.

 

In the programme, the six artists were given their final, and most important, project - to put on a "one night only" group show at the Saatchi Gallery in London.

 

They were given three weeks to create the artwork and organise the event. At the show, Saatchi's original selection panel - artist Tracey Emin, critic and broadcaster Matthew Collings, art collector Frank Cohen and Barbican curator Kate Bush - reassembled to help him make his decision.

 

They were hugely impressed by the standard of work on display but could select just one artist's work. Charles Saatchi and the panel unanimously agreed that Eugenie Scrase's 'Trunkated' Trunk was the most outstanding piece in the exhibition.

 

Twenty-year-old Eugenie, the youngest artist taking part in the series, is currently studying Fine Art Sculpture at the Slade School of Fine Art in London. Her sculptures and installations are often formed out of found objects.

 

Whilst walking in East London, Eugenie came across a section of tree trunk which had fallen and become impaled on a fence when the tree was been cut down. After a bit of detective work, she found out the fence was on land belonging to a housing association and managed to persuade them to let her remove this section of fencing.

 

Talking about 'Trunkated Trunk', Tracey Emin said it was a "genius idea. Some artists could see that but they'd never have the confidence to go ahead and do it."

 

Rebecca Wilson, who works with Charles Saatchi and featured in the series, commented: "Charles thought it was a completely bold, brave move on her part. Some of the most exciting work in contemporary art is not necessarily made by the artist, but it's the ideas that come from the artist and it was Eugenie's idea and it was a brilliant one."

 

'Trunkated Trunk' has been in place at The Hermitage since Saatchi's exhibition 'Newspeak' launched there in October, but now her name will be revealed by the artwork. As well as having her work appear on the world stage, Eugenie has also been given a free studio for three years by Charles Saatchi and the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea.

 

Speaking about the whole experience, Eugenie said: "I'm so grateful for Charles Saatchi providing such a great opportunity, gallery space in Russia and studio space. It's mind-blowing. I'm really, really happy."

 

Charles Saatchi felt, though, that another of the artists in the series, Matt Clark, had produced consistently fantastic work throughout the 10 weeks, so has asked him to create a new piece of work which will go on display at the exhibition when it comes to London next year. And, as Eugenie is still at art school for another year, she has given Matt the use of her studio during that time.

 

Saatchi Gallery

London, England, UK

+2képkommentben

+2images in comment

 

ismétpest. (tudom ferde kicsit, de igy tetszik, nem tudom miért, és a 3.kép meg homályos, a 2.at meg csak ugy felraktam :D)

 

ja és nézzétek a fakír gumimacit a blogon :)

miklosszulics.wordpress.com/2010/05/18/fakirgumimacistb/

Artist: Eugenie Scrase

Title: Trunkated Trunk

Material: Tree trunk, metal fence

 

School Of Saatchi's Eugenie Scrase chosen to show her work at The Hermitage

Published on 16-12-2009

 

In this week's final episode of BBC Two's School Of Saatchi, Eugenie Scrase was revealed as the artist selected by Charles Saatchi to have her artwork shown at his exhibition Newspeak: British Art Now at The Hermitage Museum in St Petersburg.

 

In the programme, the six artists were given their final, and most important, project - to put on a "one night only" group show at the Saatchi Gallery in London.

 

They were given three weeks to create the artwork and organise the event. At the show, Saatchi's original selection panel - artist Tracey Emin, critic and broadcaster Matthew Collings, art collector Frank Cohen and Barbican curator Kate Bush - reassembled to help him make his decision.

 

They were hugely impressed by the standard of work on display but could select just one artist's work. Charles Saatchi and the panel unanimously agreed that Eugenie Scrase's 'Trunkated' Trunk was the most outstanding piece in the exhibition.

 

Twenty-year-old Eugenie, the youngest artist taking part in the series, is currently studying Fine Art Sculpture at the Slade School of Fine Art in London. Her sculptures and installations are often formed out of found objects.

 

Whilst walking in East London, Eugenie came across a section of tree trunk which had fallen and become impaled on a fence when the tree was been cut down. After a bit of detective work, she found out the fence was on land belonging to a housing association and managed to persuade them to let her remove this section of fencing.

 

Talking about 'Trunkated Trunk', Tracey Emin said it was a "genius idea. Some artists could see that but they'd never have the confidence to go ahead and do it."

 

Rebecca Wilson, who works with Charles Saatchi and featured in the series, commented: "Charles thought it was a completely bold, brave move on her part. Some of the most exciting work in contemporary art is not necessarily made by the artist, but it's the ideas that come from the artist and it was Eugenie's idea and it was a brilliant one."

 

'Trunkated Trunk' has been in place at The Hermitage since Saatchi's exhibition 'Newspeak' launched there in October, but now her name will be revealed by the artwork. As well as having her work appear on the world stage, Eugenie has also been given a free studio for three years by Charles Saatchi and the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea.

 

Speaking about the whole experience, Eugenie said: "I'm so grateful for Charles Saatchi providing such a great opportunity, gallery space in Russia and studio space. It's mind-blowing. I'm really, really happy."

 

Charles Saatchi felt, though, that another of the artists in the series, Matt Clark, had produced consistently fantastic work throughout the 10 weeks, so has asked him to create a new piece of work which will go on display at the exhibition when it comes to London next year. And, as Eugenie is still at art school for another year, she has given Matt the use of her studio during that time.

 

Saatchi Gallery

London, England, UK

Campaña para Alzola Basque Water blogon.me/17vpeIe

 

Ganadora del concurso #basquewater de Instagram.

Artist: Eugenie Scrase

Title: Trunkated Trunk

Material: Tree trunk, metal fence

 

School Of Saatchi's Eugenie Scrase chosen to show her work at The Hermitage

Published on 16-12-2009

 

In this week's final episode of BBC Two's School Of Saatchi, Eugenie Scrase was revealed as the artist selected by Charles Saatchi to have her artwork shown at his exhibition Newspeak: British Art Now at The Hermitage Museum in St Petersburg.

 

In the programme, the six artists were given their final, and most important, project - to put on a "one night only" group show at the Saatchi Gallery in London.

 

They were given three weeks to create the artwork and organise the event. At the show, Saatchi's original selection panel - artist Tracey Emin, critic and broadcaster Matthew Collings, art collector Frank Cohen and Barbican curator Kate Bush - reassembled to help him make his decision.

 

They were hugely impressed by the standard of work on display but could select just one artist's work. Charles Saatchi and the panel unanimously agreed that Eugenie Scrase's 'Trunkated' Trunk was the most outstanding piece in the exhibition.

 

Twenty-year-old Eugenie, the youngest artist taking part in the series, is currently studying Fine Art Sculpture at the Slade School of Fine Art in London. Her sculptures and installations are often formed out of found objects.

 

Whilst walking in East London, Eugenie came across a section of tree trunk which had fallen and become impaled on a fence when the tree was been cut down. After a bit of detective work, she found out the fence was on land belonging to a housing association and managed to persuade them to let her remove this section of fencing.

 

Talking about 'Trunkated Trunk', Tracey Emin said it was a "genius idea. Some artists could see that but they'd never have the confidence to go ahead and do it."

 

Rebecca Wilson, who works with Charles Saatchi and featured in the series, commented: "Charles thought it was a completely bold, brave move on her part. Some of the most exciting work in contemporary art is not necessarily made by the artist, but it's the ideas that come from the artist and it was Eugenie's idea and it was a brilliant one."

 

'Trunkated Trunk' has been in place at The Hermitage since Saatchi's exhibition 'Newspeak' launched there in October, but now her name will be revealed by the artwork. As well as having her work appear on the world stage, Eugenie has also been given a free studio for three years by Charles Saatchi and the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea.

 

Speaking about the whole experience, Eugenie said: "I'm so grateful for Charles Saatchi providing such a great opportunity, gallery space in Russia and studio space. It's mind-blowing. I'm really, really happy."

 

Charles Saatchi felt, though, that another of the artists in the series, Matt Clark, had produced consistently fantastic work throughout the 10 weeks, so has asked him to create a new piece of work which will go on display at the exhibition when it comes to London next year. And, as Eugenie is still at art school for another year, she has given Matt the use of her studio during that time.

 

Saatchi Gallery

London, England, UK

Varrtam egy görbe kunyhós abroszkát.A leíráshoz vezető linket lásd a blogon.

katafolt.blogspot.com/

múlt héten olvastam kicsit erről a 'vörös skálás' fotózásról, kedvet kaptam, hogy kipróbáljam. az ötletadó blogon azt írták hogy célszerű áttekercselni a filmet.

...na én úgy döntöttem hogy inkább barkácsolok :)...

reszelgettem, vagdácsoltam...és végül sikerült belefűznöm egy tekercs 800as filmet a prakticába. Fordítva! -- épp ez a lényeg.

nade valamit nagyon elszúrhattam, ugyanis a képek 2/3án nem látszott semmi, csak a perforáció felől benyúló fehér vonalak a nagy barna semmibe.

hogy ezeken a képeken miért nincsen semmi, azt egyszerűen nemtudom.

a fehér vonalak meg valószínűleg azért keletkeztek, mert fordítva kitekercselvén hullámosodott a film, és így nem feküdt olyan jól... mindenesetre elég furák ezek a fénybeszűrődések.

 

This is another piece sparked from my interest in parallelism lately.

i will make a batch of them in the future. They open like long panoramic snake accordians! I LOVE EYE CONTACT!!!!

let's have a reference of someone else who does:http://www.saatchi-gallery.co.uk/blogon/upload/2007/08/apriljirikovandaturningaroundonescalator.jpg

Artist: Eugenie Scrase

Title: Trunkated Trunk

Material: Tree trunk, metal fence

 

School Of Saatchi's Eugenie Scrase chosen to show her work at The Hermitage

Published on 16-12-2009

 

In this week's final episode of BBC Two's School Of Saatchi, Eugenie Scrase was revealed as the artist selected by Charles Saatchi to have her artwork shown at his exhibition Newspeak: British Art Now at The Hermitage Museum in St Petersburg.

 

In the programme, the six artists were given their final, and most important, project - to put on a "one night only" group show at the Saatchi Gallery in London.

 

They were given three weeks to create the artwork and organise the event. At the show, Saatchi's original selection panel - artist Tracey Emin, critic and broadcaster Matthew Collings, art collector Frank Cohen and Barbican curator Kate Bush - reassembled to help him make his decision.

 

They were hugely impressed by the standard of work on display but could select just one artist's work. Charles Saatchi and the panel unanimously agreed that Eugenie Scrase's 'Trunkated' Trunk was the most outstanding piece in the exhibition.

 

Twenty-year-old Eugenie, the youngest artist taking part in the series, is currently studying Fine Art Sculpture at the Slade School of Fine Art in London. Her sculptures and installations are often formed out of found objects.

 

Whilst walking in East London, Eugenie came across a section of tree trunk which had fallen and become impaled on a fence when the tree was been cut down. After a bit of detective work, she found out the fence was on land belonging to a housing association and managed to persuade them to let her remove this section of fencing.

 

Talking about 'Trunkated Trunk', Tracey Emin said it was a "genius idea. Some artists could see that but they'd never have the confidence to go ahead and do it."

 

Rebecca Wilson, who works with Charles Saatchi and featured in the series, commented: "Charles thought it was a completely bold, brave move on her part. Some of the most exciting work in contemporary art is not necessarily made by the artist, but it's the ideas that come from the artist and it was Eugenie's idea and it was a brilliant one."

 

'Trunkated Trunk' has been in place at The Hermitage since Saatchi's exhibition 'Newspeak' launched there in October, but now her name will be revealed by the artwork. As well as having her work appear on the world stage, Eugenie has also been given a free studio for three years by Charles Saatchi and the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea.

 

Speaking about the whole experience, Eugenie said: "I'm so grateful for Charles Saatchi providing such a great opportunity, gallery space in Russia and studio space. It's mind-blowing. I'm really, really happy."

 

Charles Saatchi felt, though, that another of the artists in the series, Matt Clark, had produced consistently fantastic work throughout the 10 weeks, so has asked him to create a new piece of work which will go on display at the exhibition when it comes to London next year. And, as Eugenie is still at art school for another year, she has given Matt the use of her studio during that time.

 

Saatchi Gallery

London, England, UK

120x150cm/Oil and acrylic on canvas/2007

 

LIN BAO LING: SAATCHI ONLINE CRITIC'S CHOICE BY RACHAEL YOUNG

 

Lin Bao Ling's proficiency with a paintbrush interplays light and dark to dramatic contrast. Fragmented shards of colour appear blinding from within these dark landscapes, perhaps to be considered flashes of hope emerging from desolate environments. What is striking about Lin's work is his ability to convey personal sentiments towards urban life, to an extent illustrating his inner turmoil. As a viewer you feel both the push and pull, the bright lights tinged with a haunting appeal.

 

To imagine yourself confronted with a scene such as 'Nocturne03071', brings about an overload to the senses, almost to the point of confusion. Appearing to be caught in the reflective state between abstraction and figuration, the viewer is engaged with an experience beyond just the visual realm, feeling as well as seeing. With his paintings exuding translucent appeal, at times reminiscent of stained glass, perhaps Lin is looking to connect on a more spiritual level.

 

Everyday scenes of urban life are broken down and disintegrated, forming a cohesion of colour that enhances the somewhat unseen elements of organic beauty found inside such concrete jungles. Lin wants the viewer to recognise that these are not purely paintings about cityscapes, more so about the hidden details found within.

 

Whilst remaining fundamentally abstract, the brain inevitably begins to comprehend form, particularly within paintings such as 'Nocturne03077,' where buildings become more recognisable.

 

Lin exerts a technical ability that is captivating through its energy. His aptitude for portraying light is executed with precision, provoking a visceral response within the viewer. Throughout the 'Nocturne' series, Lin retains a strong sense of emotion, illustrating the capacity of painting to involve an audience.

  

Rachael Young

 

April 28th, 2010 from www.saatchi-gallery.co.uk/blogon

     

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