Ideas Made of Light Before I say anything else, if you’re an artist you should go buy both of James Gurney’s books about painting. If you like the approach this blog takes to analyzing paintings, you’ll love Gurney’s approach in these books. The one this painting is from is Color and Light: A Guide for the Realist Painter, and his first one is Imaginative Realism: How to Paint What Doesn’t Exist. (As a former technical writer I also like the presentation – each topic is a 2-page spread with a summary up-front, clear text, and a number of illustrations.)
Design Co.: Conduit/Links Link Categories "Our band could be your life." -The Minutemen OBRAS DEL PINTOR VANGUARDISTA MONDRIAN Mondrian, Composition #4 Mondrian, Tableau 11 1921-5 Mondrian, Composition in black, white & red (#9) 1939-42 Mondrian, New York City 1942 Mondrian, Composition With Red, Yellow, & Blue 1921 I Found My Life’s Path, Which Was A Splash Of Paint Away This is my artwork. Although, I would not call it work. This is what I want to do, what I have to do in life. Felix Vallotton’s Reinvention of the Woodcut Meier-Graefe, Julius. Felix Vallotton, Biographie: Des Kuenstlers nebst dem Wichtigsten teil seines Bisher Publicierten Werkes & Einer Anzahl Unedierter Originalplatten; De Cet Artiste avec la Partie la Plus Importante de son Oeuvre Editee et Differentes Gravures Originales & Nouvelles. Berlin/Paris (J. A.
Alexis Beauclair VOLCAN (LAGON#2) ORDER HERE / COMMANDEZ ICI : Comics anthology Revue de bande-dessinée 17 X 24 cm / 216 pages / June 2015 / 400 copies 17 X 24 cm / 216 pages / Juin 2015 / 400 ex. Risoprinted 16 couloursSilkscreen cover 3 colours Imprimé en risographie 16 couleurs Couverture sérigraphiée 3 passages Here is the summary of Volcan : Volcan réuni 30 auteurs internationaux : JEAN-PHILIPPE BRETIN, CARLOS GONZALEZ, HUGO RUYANT, SAMMY STEIN, TOM LEBARON KHÉRIF, FLETCHER HANKS, STEFANIE LEINHOS, LÉO QUIEVREUX, ALEXIS BEAUCLAIR, AIDAN KOCH, ROXANE LUMERET, LASSE & RUSSE, NOEL FREIBERT, LOUIS GRANET, C.F., NACHO GARCÍA, AMANDINE MEYER, AMANDA BAEZA, LÉON MARET, LEON SADLER, JÉRÉMY PININGRE, OLIVIER SCHRAUWEN, JEREMY PERRODEAU, BAPTISTE VIROT, ANTOINE COSSÉ, ACACIO ORTAS, STATHIS TSEMBERLIDIS, JONNY NEGRON, BETTINA HENNI, YÛICHI YOKOYAMA.
Cobbenhagen Hendriksen - Tubelight *SPECIAL* [magazine] Tubelight *SPECIAL*Special edition of the magazine Tubelight, issue no. 67, February 2010 Tubelight *SPECIAL* is a cooperation between 'Virtueel Platform', 'Domein voor Kunstkritiek' and Tubelight. The content is a result of the masterclass 'Kritisch Schrijven over Digitale Kunst' in which ten young and upcoming art critics write about the digital appearances of art. Pierre Huyghe at Centre Pompidou, Paris / MOUSSE CONTEMPORARY ART MAGAZINE If you walk to the Centre Pompidou in Paris from the direction of the Seine, you will most likely end up in a little public square that stretches between the Beaubourg and the church of Saint-Merri: Place Igor Stravinsky. Here, in a shallow basin measuring 580 square meters, sixteen sculptures made in 1983 by Jean Tinguely and Niki de Saint Phalle entertain onlookers with their entirely whimsical demeanor, surfing along and spraying water at each other. The bright colors of the kinetic statues, the joy and lightheartedness of their movements, make the whole composition look like a sculptural spin-off of Disney’s Fantasia.
Space Glass: Planets And Galaxies Trapped In Tiny Glass Pendants By Japanese Artist Satoshi Tomizu, a talented glass artist in Japan, creates stunning cosmic scenes in tiny glass pendants no larger than your eyeball. Air bubbles, opals, flakes of gold and other inclusions turn each glass bubble into a busy galactic microcosm. Most of the pendants from his Space Glass serie Tomizu’s work has won international awards, so it’s no surprise that his online store is currently out of stock. We suggest marveling at his incredible work while you wait!