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:Todd McLellan is doin some play that he calls art and it really is. to destroy one object and combine the elements in perfect chilly way is just awesome. check it out! .. I have it with months in my pc though..

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:colorful prodigy

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I will for sure write something about this girl, this genius, gorgeous kid, wonder kid! She is just 5 and she is preparing for her exhibition, yet this is her second one! Reincarnated Pollock, maybe, who knows?! 🙂

She is so free and unlimited in her ideas, so d observer can be just amazed by her works, combination of colors, expressions, topics and elements that she combines.

This what I share here is d promotional video if I can express myself as that, film in which we can almost feel d vibration that this creative spirit share with d canvases in her atelier. Looking forward to see more from this girl!

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This is a film highlighting the abstract child painter, Aelta Andre, at work in her studio. Aelita Andre: A Secret Universe / a solo exhibition at Agora Gallery is scheduled from June 12th to July 3rd, 2012.

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:happy b.day Sir Pollock, Jackson Pollock

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:yesterday already in my part of d world but only in a minutes [28 of January] was d 100th birthday of d one of d most famous painters in d history of arts, one of d inventors, that leads d Abstract Expressionism style in contemporary arts. I had d pleasure to enjoy his works around d big galleries and is not possible to skip this birthday. in my world he left big traces, in d way how I understand d art when I write about also as when I’m in my atelier working on my new works.

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Morteza Nikoubazl / Reuters

A Tehran Art University student looks at a painting by 20th century U.S. artist Jackson Pollock at Tehran’s Museum of Contemporary Art on June 19, 2010. Artists like Monet, Picasso and Warhol were considered revolutionary in their day, but their works were not much appreciated by the leaders of Iran’s Islamic revolution and many were kept out of view for decades. Now, one of the greatest collections of contemporary Western art — put together under a Western-leaning monarchy in pre-revolutionary Iran — is open to the public, with some works on display for the first time in more than 30 years.

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:fast painting, with a lot of emotions, moves. .. deep expressions, war between d blue and d red. I don’t know maybe more then 10 times I enjoy his works in Pompidou Museum in France. I use to go there and enjoy d docs where is recorded Pollock and his process of creating, lots of conversations how he connect almost all o d elements that surround him  with expressing trough d brush with one single move. standing n a frond of his huge paintings it’s fantasy, maybe d best part of my life till now. He is considered a revolutionary painter and well known for his ‘drip’ paintings, that involved pouring paint onto large raw canvases on the floor. Pollock currently holds the title for the world’s most expensive painting ever sold, when David Geffen sold his “No.5, 1948” for $140 million through Sotheby’s in 2006.

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An undated handout photograph shows Jackson Pollock’s “Blue Poles, Number 11, 1952” in the National Gallery of Australia in Canberra which was purchased a quarter of century ago for A$1.3 million ($975,000) and is now estimated to be worth A$115 million ($86.25 million).

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In between u see pictures from his life, there will be in future more posts for his master works cause as I mention he is one of my influences not directly but with d philosophy and d messages that he shared. .. connect with nature,respect diversity and much more are pretty motivating for me. :HAPPY BIRTHDAY Pollock, Jackson Pollock!

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.this is that great artist, master of d moderna, expressionist?!. .. more then that. if u haven’t made a research for Him till now go and read for His life, u’ll be impressed for sure. in meanwhile u like d things that u saw here? . .. u can leave ur comments below or on :d white b[l]og ::: #facebook page

:are we goin’ #psy.chedelic?! _colorful for sure ~

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?are u ready for colors?! – I know is winter and mostly is white if is not gray, so I decide to share today this colorful almost trash installation, trash only because of d dynamic and d objects but with d colorful dust definitely is much more deeper then it looks like.

One floor up more highly” by Katharine Grosse is monumental work, she is inviting d viewers d come inside d gallery so they can be victims’ of d process of creating this psychedelically vibrant environment. She is German based artist that shows her works all around and with this installation in US she animate d global scene showing her ambition in d megalomaniac ideas that she have and d colorful input that she uses in d spectra of arts nowadays.

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So, she is fusing artist, deconstructivist indeed. .. she likes to combine architecture, sculpture, installation, chaotic forms, lot’s of heavy feelings but covered with colors. Almost like hiding d whole big trash with beauty or just putting on d top of all shits smile. 😉

She’s really engaging with d space, she makes that inner connection that results with life in d space, d whole energy is glowing from her works, she involves crazy social elements. ..beds, books, shaped canvases, balloons, is that not trashy enough?! – well, u say!

Tridimensional LSD tour with d help of her art works, free psychedelic experience that u can enjoy fully. ..u can observe d objects from more perspectives, go around them, analyzing them. .. partly have ur conversation with them.

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:pretty good, a? what will u say, is it attractive for u, some special feelings. .. u can leave ur comments below or on :d white b[l]og ::: #facebook page

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:wooden dreams, surreal roots are born_

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:I saw few sculptures, installations during d past few months of d last year and I’m pretty interested in his work. We’ll see works from Henrique Oliveira born ‘73, Sao Paolo..

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:I will not even try to explain what he want to express with this works, how hi use d material, where he find it, all of that u’ll hear in this short presentation from him where he discusses his work with Rice Gallery student attendants.
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:from d gallery we read:

Oliveira uses tapumes, which in Portuguese can mean “fencing,” “boarding,” or “enclosure,” as a title for many of his large-scale installations. The term makes reference to the temporary wooden construction fences seen throughout the city of São Paulo where Oliveira lives. It also refers to the weathered wood Oliveira uses as the primary material in his installations.

:visit Henrique Oliveira’s websitehere.

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:I like megalomaniac stuff, bit deconstructive in their forms. ..it took all of my attention, presence, thoughts . ..engaged art with deep roots. this tridimensional architecture,  sculptures are perfect landscapes for an abstract mind, d state that u get in is unreal dimension, surreal perception from one side but so real and close to d natural landscapes from other.

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via artdaily.org

Early on, Oliveira experimented with the surfaces of his paintings by gluing newspaper onto a canvas and scraping it, or mixing sand with the paint. A breakthrough occurred while he was a student at the University of São Paulo, where for two years the view from his studio window was a wooden construction fence. Over time Oliveira began to see the deterioration of the wood and its separation into multiple layers and colors as similar to the process of painting. One week before the final student show opened, the construction was finished and the worn out plywood fence was discarded. Oliveira collected the wood and used it in his first installation.

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Oliveira’s installations, which he refers to as “tridimensionals,” have evolved into massive, spatial constructions that combine painting, architecture, and sculpture. In some installations he uses walls as supports, attaching and shaping lengths of PVC tubing to create enormous, protruding forms over which he layers thin sheets of wood. In others, he arranges thousands of pieces of painted wood into gestural abstract “paintings” that spill off the wall into the viewer’s space. The constants in Oliveira’s work are the visual and tactile qualities of wood that has been exposed to the elements, and though he incorporates new, flexible plywood into his work, his primary material remains the discarded wood collected on the streets of São Paulo.

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“powerful recycled wood installations snake through their exhibition spaces like massive living trees that burst out of walls and ceilings.”

“Oliveira has created an eco-friendly body of work using a unique process and style which treats discarded wood as if it were strokes of paint.  Seeing the beauty in the damaged, he gives worn pieces of wood new life.”

:writes inhabitat for Henrique Oliveira‘s work.

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:hope u enjoy this surreal wooden dream, there are few more photos with d works from this great artist, sorry that I didn’t put names, but his signature is far away then authentic. happy that on this day I first time decide to collect most of his masterpieces, adorable indeed. – what do u say? . .. u can leave ur comments below or on :d white b[l]og ::: #facebook page _enJoy d first working day of this year, if that means explore – go for IT!

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:psychedelic isn’t it?! 😉