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Eric Zener - Paintings - Galleries

Eric Zener - Paintings - Galleries
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"Ich versuche Bilder für Dinge zu finden, die man so nicht mit Worten umschreiben kann" INTERVIEW mit Simon Schubert | deconarch.com nicht mit Facebook verbundennicht mit Twitter verbundennicht mit Google+verbunden Der Kölner Künstler Simon Schubert hat eine einzigartige Ausdrucksform entwickelt: Durch eine besondere Falttechnik verwandelt er Papier in erstaunliche Relief-Bilder. Meist sind es Innenräume, die er mit dieser außergewöhnlichen Vorgehensweise – das genaue Verfahren ist geheim – festhält. Durch die Faltungen entsteht die Wirkung eines Negativabdrucks eines Raumes, etwa so, wie man es als Kind häufig getan hat, wenn man eine Münze unter ein Blatt Papier gelegt und diese mit Bleistift abschraffiert hat. Untitled (mirrored hallways), 150×150 cm, 2011 Der Künstler selbst sagt, dass er das Papier aus der Sicht eines Bildhauers betrachtet. Wie er zum Papierfalten kam, welche Einflüsse es gibt und warum architektonische Formen eine besondere Faszination für ihn haben, darüber gibt Simon Schubert im Interview mit deconarch.com Auskunft. Abb. © Simon Schubert, www.simonschubert.de Installation view Sowohl als auch.

The Adventures of Paul Jackson: Wandering Watercolorist Zin Lim « return to Paintings Born in Seoul, South Korea, Zin Lim received a B.F.A. in Industrial Design (Environmental) from Hong Ik University, Seoul in 2000. In that same year, Lim moved to the San Francisco Bay Area. He received a 2nd B.F.A. in 2003 and M.F.A. in 2006 for Fine Art: Figurative Painting from Academy of Art University, San Francisco. Zin Lim dedicated his school time to achieve solid craftsmanship in representational oil painting. Simultaneously, he spent the half of the time for Non-Representational realm, because Lim believes that each of these disparate structures is not only complements the other but also increases space of creative potentiality between them. Exhibitions: Bay Area Influence, Wendt Gallery, Laguna Beach, CAEmerald Spring National Juried Show, Emerald Art Center, Springfield, ORAmerican Splash 2008 Juried National Show, Old Post Office Museum & Art Center, Graham, TX4 Person Show, 79 New Montgomery Gallery, San Francisco, CA Awards: Publications: Education: 1. 2.

alyssa monks Parklandschaft-2 The Art of Aubrey Beardsley (A Collection of His Works) I started this project about 3 years ago, when I took a razor blade to an already falling apart copy of "The Early Works of Aubrey Beardsley" (Dover Edition 1967) and scanned in all of the images. I've taken a few liberties with color corrections, scaling, and compositing of multi-page images. Some may be ever so slightly skewed because of the way they were scanned in, meaning - very primitively using a relatively crummy $40 Plustek flatbed. A labour of love in the truest sense, the purpose of this site is not to infringe on anyone's copyrights, and I will endeavour to quote and annotate all of my sources. I just aim on creating a small catalog of of work from this important fin-de-siecle illustrator. Special thanks to all of you who send me photos of the tattoos you have had done as a result of an image you downloaded from this site. < mao@wormfood.com

Artist Spotlight : Bruno Walpoth | 2dots Outstanding sculptures made by Italian sculptor/artist Bruno Walpoth. Джорджия О’Киф Джорджия О’Киф: портрет - фото Альфреда Стиглица Родился: 15 ноября 1887 г.; Sun Prairie, Wisconsin, United States Умер: 6 марта 1986 г.; Santa Fe, New Mexico, United States Сфера деятельности: живопись Национальность: Американец Художественное направление: Прецизионизм Школа или группа: Группа Стиглица Blue-02, 1916 Sunrise, 1916 Nude Series VIII, 1917 Music Pink and Blue, 1918 Series I, No. 3, 1918 Grey Line With Black, Blue And Yellow, 1923 Red Canna, 1923 From the Lake, 1924 Light of Iris, 1924 City Night, 1926 Abstraction White Rose, 1927 Calla Lily on Grey, 1928 Произведения по стилям Абстракционизм Special No. 32, 1915 Black Lines 1, 1916 Blue-01, 1916 Blue-02, 1916 Blue-03, 1916 Blue-04, 1916 Sunrise, 1916 Music Pink and Blue, 1918 Music Pink and Blue II, 1918 Series 1, No. 8, 1918 Series I, No. 3, 1918 Series I, No. 8, 1918 Прецизионизм Произведения по сериям Black Place Black Place II, 1944 Black Place Green Black Place I Black Place IV Black Place, Grey and Pink

Bruno Walpoth - Artist PRE-RAPHAELITE ART Archive Random Submit Ask List of Paintings by Artist The short-lived but highly influential Pre-Raphaelite movement was a reform group of artists and poets founded in 1849. Their main objective in art was to reject the dramatic, artificial Mannerist painting styles succeeding Raphael and Michelangelo (hence the term "Pre-Raphaelite") and to create more genuine, humble representations of their subjects. 2016/01/20 709 notes arthistorianmindswirls: John William Waterhouse, Fair Rosamund1916-17 2016/01/13 625 notes arthistorianmindswirls: John Everett Millais, The Bridesmaid1851 2016/01/12 717 notes clara–lux: SANDYS, Frederick (1829–1904)May Margaret, detail1865-1866Oil on canvas, 44.5 × 29.2 cmDelaware Art Museum Ed. 2016/01/08 290 notes a-little-bit-pre-raphaelite: MedeaStudy for and Painting of Medea, 1889, Evelyn de Morgan Study for and Painting of Jason and Medea, 1907, John William Waterhouse 2016/01/07 1,890 notes arthistorianmindswirls: John William Godward, A Priestess of Bacchus1890

Yoshitoshi Kanemaki This summer we are proud to announce the first Empty Kingdom Art Show at 111 Minna. Within the show will be a host of fantastic artists, one of whom is Alicia Martin Lopez. Alicia works with both digital painting and oil, which she describes rather well. Her work is mysterious and other worldly, she herself is intelligent and well spoken. Check out her art and interview! The most valuable lesson I learned is that there is nothing better than a deadline and the fear of showing your work in public to force you to get it done! As a student of advertising as well as an artist you have studied communication from two very different angles, what have you learned from each?

tchmo One line drawing Paolo Ceric’s amazing images are created of a single line. Having a certain passion for graphic and digital effects, the Croatian artist loves to play around and explore the connection between real world and what computer codes can produce. To create these images of one line and actually adding depth to the picture the line spacing is larger in bright areas, while the lines are closer in dark areas. He stumbled across this kind of image representation by chance and was immediately fascinated. After he had been creating the images by hand Ceric decided to rather use a computer code. All images © Paolo Ceric

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