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Charcoal Of Marilyn Monroe


This is a charcoal of Marilyn Monroe that was done by the artist Don Evenson. Giclee limited edition prints of the original are available. See my gallery at Portraits by Don


Friday, June 13, 2008 17:46 CDT post by wlddon | Permalink | Comments (0)    

Cynthia Novillo Almada -atreverse A Mirar-


Saber mirar.
Dejar de adivinar.
Aprender a mirar y entender lo que veo.
Es parte de la inquietud de lograr sentirme protagonista de mi propia vida.
Dejar de obrar por reacción y poder hacerlo con reflexión, siempre con el enriquecedor acompañamiento de aquellos que aportan su particular mirada y amplían la mía.
Sin duda, un momento especial, un paso dado, una vivencia, cierto crecimiento y una profunda mirada interna se encuentran en estos cuadros.
Ellos son un espejo donde vi. Lo que no veía.
Lo paradójico es que desde mi propio trabajo me sentí también muy mirada.
Hoy están expuestos para todos aquellos que quieran ver y porque no, descubrir en ellos algo más.

Quiero compartir mi obra con quienes quieran disfrutarla, y así contagiarles un poco de la energía, las emociones y sensaciones que los colores que uso me transmiten.
Necesito destacar lo bello y agradable que nos rodea cotidianamente y tenerlo presente, apreciarlo y disfrutarlo, dándoles especial protagonismo.
Mis temas favoritos son las flores y los cielos, con un enfoque muy propio, donde plasmo la belleza efímera a la que muchas veces somos indiferentes, con la esperanza de eternizar sentimientos y emociones gratas.
Cynthia Novillo Almada

Cynthia Novillo Almada abraza el mundo de las flores, jugando con ellas, reconvirtiéndose su mundo en otro, porque éstas son producto de una actitud que viaja más allá de las limitaciones ordinarias. Sus flores son miradas, personajes que se funden con los Devas.
Cielos, flores, iconos vegetales y símbolos, la obra pictórica de la creadora argentina se basa en una dosis considerable de poesía alegórica, tendente a captar estados de ánimo y transmitirlos a través de representaciones simbólicas. El resultado es una obra claramente elaborada, dotada de concepto, donde el color ejerce de llave que abre el secreto de la iluminación hacia el universo de los verdaderos significados.
Joan Lluís Montané de la Asociación Internacional de Críticos de Arte


Nació en Argentina, en la Ciudad de Buenos Aires en 1960.
Se recibió de arquitecta de interiores en La Biblioteca Nacional del Consejo de Mujeres en 1983. Allí perfeccionó su técnica de dibujo, pintura, composición, y estudio del color.
Interesada en la pintura como forma de expresión, asistió a varios cursos de pintura decorativa de distintos estilos, al óleo o al acrílico.
Estudió dos años fotografía en el Instituto Superior de Arte Fotográfico.
Desde el año 2003 asistió a diversos talleres de pintura.
Sus temas favoritos son las flores y los cielos, con un enfoque muy propio, donde ella plasma la belleza efímera y a la que muchas veces somos indiferentes, con la idea esperanzada de eternizar sentimientos y emociones gratas.



Sunday, June 8, 2008 19:44 CDT post by hipolito | Permalink | Comments (0)    

Triptych Flower. #5


Dalina. (1977 – China)

- Triptych.
- Oil painting on box canvas.
- Painting continues on all sides.
- Frame not required.
- Size: 48 by 24 inches. (120x60cm.)

All of my artwork is inspired by my love of flowers. From the delicate Japanese peonies, to the bold sunflowers, through to the tropical orchids, you could never become bored with them.

The feelings that a single flower can evoke on a person are exceptional. I wanted to capture this feeling in my paintings and to allow people to really look at the flower, something that is all around us, but because of our current hectic lifestyles, we do not always make time to stop and appreciate it

As the artist Georgia O'Keefe once remarked "if you take a flower in your hand and really look at it, it's your world for the moment". I wanted to allow people to capture this feeling through my art.

Dalina.

Price: 495 USD


Thursday, June 5, 2008 07:53 CDT post by peterscop | Permalink | Comments (0)    

Triptych Flower. #4


Dalina. (1977 – China)

- Triptych.
- Oil painting on box canvas.
- Painting continues on all sides.
- Frame not required.
- Size: 48 by 24 inches. (120x60cm.)

All of my artwork is inspired by my love of flowers. From the delicate Japanese peonies, to the bold sunflowers, through to the tropical orchids, you could never become bored with them.

The feelings that a single flower can evoke on a person are exceptional. I wanted to capture this feeling in my paintings and to allow people to really look at the flower, something that is all around us, but because of our current hectic lifestyles, we do not always make time to stop and appreciate it

As the artist Georgia O'Keefe once remarked "if you take a flower in your hand and really look at it, it's your world for the moment". I wanted to allow people to capture this feeling through my art.

Dalina.

Price: 495 USD


Thursday, June 5, 2008 07:52 CDT post by peterscop | Permalink | Comments (0)    

Triptych Flower. #1


Dalina. (1977 – China)

- Triptych.
- Oil painting on box canvas.
- Painting continues on all sides.
- Frame not required.
- Size: 48 by 24 inches. (120x60cm.)

All of my artwork is inspired by my love of flowers. From the delicate Japanese peonies, to the bold sunflowers, through to the tropical orchids, you could never become bored with them.

The feelings that a single flower can evoke on a person are exceptional. I wanted to capture this feeling in my paintings and to allow people to really look at the flower, something that is all around us, but because of our current hectic lifestyles, we do not always make time to stop and appreciate it

As the artist Georgia O'Keefe once remarked "if you take a flower in your hand and really look at it, it's your world for the moment". I wanted to allow people to capture this feeling through my art.

Dalina.

Price: 495 USD


Thursday, June 5, 2008 07:50 CDT post by peterscop | Permalink | Comments (0)    

Deaf Girls Performance.


Medium : Oil on Canvas.
Titel : Deaf Girls Performance.
Size Painting: 48 by 72 inches. (120x180cm.)
Signed by the Artist : Yan Zhi Yu
Price: 3995 USD



Thursday, June 5, 2008 07:27 CDT post by peterscop | Permalink | Comments (0)    

Novembre 17.


Li Wen Zin. (1972 – China)
Emerging Artist.

Li Wen Zin prefers oil paints because of their permanence. Fairly flexible as far as brand names are concerned, he uses whatever supplies he can find locally. In his paint box he carries Ultramarine Blue, Burnt Umber, Cadmium Yellow Light, Cadmium Red Light, and Titanium White. All of his other colors may be mixed from these. He prefers a mixture of Ultramarine Blue and Burnt Umber to Black because Black is so glossy.

Li Wen Zin uses a palate knife for mixing colors, paint application and adding hatchy strokes with knife. He applies the paint fairly thickly in dabs and short strokes until he achieves the desired texture and color. Often that means juxtaposing several different colors together for a visual blend just as nature does in a tree trunk or the fur of a coyote.

Price: 995 USD


Thursday, June 5, 2008 07:21 CDT post by peterscop | Permalink | Comments (0)    

Water Village.


Li Wen Zin. (1972 – China)
Emerging Artist.

Li Wen Zin prefers oil paints because of their permanence. Fairly flexible as far as brand names are concerned, he uses whatever supplies he can find locally. In his paint box he carries Ultramarine Blue, Burnt Umber, Cadmium Yellow Light, Cadmium Red Light, and Titanium White. All of his other colors may be mixed from these. He prefers a mixture of Ultramarine Blue and Burnt Umber to Black because Black is so glossy.

Li Wen Zin uses a palate knife for mixing colors, paint application and adding hatchy strokes with knife. He applies the paint fairly thickly in dabs and short strokes until he achieves the desired texture and color. Often that means juxtaposing several different colors together for a visual blend just as nature does in a tree trunk or the fur of a coyote.

Price: 995 USD



Thursday, June 5, 2008 07:19 CDT post by peterscop | Permalink | Comments (0)    

Water Lily Flowers.


Li Wen Zin. (1972 – China)
Emerging Artist.

Li Wen Zin prefers oil paints because of their permanence. Fairly flexible as far as brand names are concerned, he uses whatever supplies he can find locally. In his paint box he carries Ultramarine Blue, Burnt Umber, Cadmium Yellow Light, Cadmium Red Light, and Titanium White. All of his other colors may be mixed from these. He prefers a mixture of Ultramarine Blue and Burnt Umber to Black because Black is so glossy.

Li Wen Zin uses a palate knife for mixing colors, paint application and adding hatchy strokes with knife. He applies the paint fairly thickly in dabs and short strokes until he achieves the desired texture and color. Often that means juxtaposing several different colors together for a visual blend just as nature does in a tree trunk or the fur of a coyote.

Price: 995 USD



Thursday, June 5, 2008 07:16 CDT post by peterscop | Permalink | Comments (0)    

Girl With Bowl At The Front Door.


Medium : Oil on Canvas.
Titel : Girl with bowl at the front door.
Size Painting: 30 by 40 inches. (75x100cm.)
Signed by the Artist : Yan Zhi Yu
Price: 1495 USD



Thursday, June 5, 2008 07:13 CDT post by peterscop | Permalink | Comments (0)    

Chinese Novel.


Medium : Oil on Canvas.
Titel : Chinese Novel.
Size Painting: 30 by 40 inches. (75x100cm.)
Signed by the Artist : Yan Zhi Yu
Price: 1250 USD



Thursday, June 5, 2008 07:10 CDT post by peterscop | Permalink | Comments (0)    



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