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Monthly Archives: October 2010
When a person declares himself as an artist he is often asked what do you paint? Personally I struggle with that question since I don’t like to be defined. I never was in any type of drawers. I hate being … Continue reading
“Curiosity” was first based on a realistic image. The original image was taken out of a newspaper and it showed two girls kissing in uniforms. That image led me to this philosophy thinking about social borders. Watching to women soldiers … Continue reading
Pollock, Behind you! A few years ago I saw a movie about Jackson Pollock which was some kind of loosely biography about his life and his art. After watching the movie I felt compelled to check out a little more … Continue reading
Breaking the limits Usually abstract art is underrated or misunderstood. I believe that the main reason for this is our strong need to hold on to a familiar image. Which instantly happen in a realistic painting for instance or while … Continue reading
Chinese Calligraphy The art of calligraphy is often compared to swordsmanship. Each stroke the artist makes with the brush is accurate, pre-meditated and well known. Therefore, in order to master this form of art, one must devote himself, practice … Continue reading
The essence of painting is to describe emotion through color, texture, composition. A person standing in front such art can’t be numb to it’s rhythm, the emotion its unveils. Painting through passion tends to reveal the artist emotions, fears, … Continue reading