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Amy Shackleton, who is only 25-years-old, is a unique artist. While her paintings use tons and tons of paint, she doesn't use paintbrushes to create them! Rather, she squeezes paint onto canvases and then allows the paint to naturally drip. She then rotates the canvas to control the direction of the drips, making her paintings appear natural yet controlled.
Doit-on penser aux Cranach , à Hans Baldung Grien ou à Albrecht Dûrer devant les peintures de John Currin? The old fence 1999 The pink tree
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Textorizer allows you to make pictures formed with text. It is best described by the sample images below. Although there are many versions around, the only one that is continuing to supported is this one. Excoffizer takes a picture and produces a vector rendition of the picture, made of parallel lines of varying thickness.
In Artists Inspire Artists’s “Artists Series” we single out one amazing artist who’s work could stand alone. Today we have Steve Payne , who created the Replaceface series, where Steve took digital copies of George Dawe’s paintings of russian generals and added celebrities faces to the portrait using photoshop.
Anthropomorphism or personification is any attribution of human characteristics (or characteristics assumed to belong only to humans) to other animals , non-living things, phenomena, material states, objects or abstract concepts, such as organizations, governments, spirits or deities . The term was coined in the mid-1700s. [ 1 ] [ 2 ] Examples include animals and plants and forces of nature such as winds , rain or the sun depicted as creatures with human motivations, and/or the abilities to reason and converse. The term derives from the combination of the Greek ἄνθρωπος ( ánthrōpos ), "human" and μορφή ( morphē ), "shape" or "form". As a literary device , anthropomorphism is strongly associated with art and storytelling where it has ancient roots. Most cultures possess a long-standing fable tradition with anthropomorphised animals as characters that can stand as commonly recognised types of human behavior.
Carp Crazy Carp originated in China and Eastern Siberia and are now jumping in the rivers of Illinois. How they got there is open to speculation. Most things seem to originate in China - so you would think that they are a far more successful nation than the United States. However, I think that America celebrates success more personally and I presume that the Chinese do not reward their citizens quite so generously.
Past: March 15 → August 19, 2012
Japanese Artist Shintaro Ohata has a unique approach in blending his mediums… Physical sculptures painted with painted canvas backgrounds.
Paint on canvas, paper, and why not on books? — Illusion 360 - The World's most amazing Art, Design, Technology and VideoHe calls them “Book Sculptures.” “Los Angeles native Mike Stilkey has always been attracted to painting and drawing not only on vintage paper, record covers and book pages, but on the books themselves. Using a mix of ink, colored pencil, paint and lacquer, Stilkey depicts a melancholic and at times a whimsical cast of characters inhabiting ambiguous spaces and narratives of fantasy and fairy tales.”  Foot Notes: 1. Bio of Mike Stilkey, www.mikestilkey.com, retrieved on January 8th, 2010.
Here are the pieces I'm showing at the Giant Robot NY Small Favors show, up from March 27th to April 14th, 2010. Each piece is $150. For purchase inquiries please contact Giant Robot NY: (212) 674-4769 | grny.net "Island Tree" - watercolor and gouache on paper, mounted on board - 5" x 5" (tabletop background saturation bumped back in Photoshop)