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Meet George Condo

Meet George Condo

Who Is George Condo? George Condo and his four siblings enjoyed a typical American childhood growing in up Chelmsford, Massachusetts. He was the only one of his close family members who was interested in art. His father was a teacher and his mother was a nurse, they weren’t artists themselves but they encouraged Condo to take classes and develop his talent. Growing up he split his time between drawing and making music. When he attended ... Read More »

Priya Shakti by Ram Devineni

Priya Shakti by Ram Devineni

The Indian Comic Book Heroine for Women’s Rights is in a New York City Art Exhibit. Priya is the heroine of a tale called Priya Shakti which is full of adventure, beautifully written by Ram Devineni, beautifully drawn by Dan Goldman, and steeped in Hindu symbolism. It is meant to shed light on and fight what is known as rape culture: generally the treatment of rape or other types of sexual or gendered abuse as ... Read More »

Tips on Creativity from 6 World-Renowned Artists

Tips on Creativity from 6 World-Renowned Artists

“Writer’s block,” “Creative Block,” the “Descent of Darkness,”: regardless of the name given to this momentary lapse in creativity, it can make artists in every profession (painters, authors, musicians and even dancers) want to cry out in a way that strikingly resembles Edvard Munch’s The Scream. One day you’re moving right along with your project, inspiration is alive and well, and the next you’re practically pulling out your hair in frustration. The page is empty ... Read More »

Get To know Expressionism

Get To know Expressionism

What Is Expressionism? Expressionism is defined by the raw and anxious energy that its paintings usually portray. Expressionist painters didn’t hide their brush strokes, they used them to create shapes that generated a flow of energy going through their paintings. They also used intense and often unrealistic colors to convey emotion rather than trying to capture images the way a camera might. From the stylistic choices to the subject matter Expressionist work is defined by ... Read More »

The Chinese Literati Painting Tradition 

The Chinese Literati Painting Tradition 

Source: http://bit.ly/1MaPb37 One really wants to wonder about the excellence of the Chinese scenes, the boundless space, the intricacies, the creative structures, the inconspicuous hues. To a western eye they are wonderful however; to the Chinese they are significantly more. The depictions encapsulate or depict all parts of Tao. The calligraphy and symbolism in every sketch tackle otherworldly noteworthiness. The craftsman researcher can invest years hunting down comprehension in every work. This understanding he looks ... Read More »

Romanticism to Post Impressionism Art Period

Romanticism to Post Impressionism Art Period

Source: http://bit.ly/1LSl58N Romanticism Art Period         Sentimentalism was a striking craftsmanship period that prospered amid the late eighteenth century and the Industrial Revolution. Amid the Romanticism time, present day learning was repudiated for the new and there was an accentuation put on “feeling”. Therefore, defying the logical way to deal with workmanship, the Romantics’ luxurious works were emotive pieces that were intended to motivate fear, profound respect, and premonition in the viewer. Sentimentalism saw craftsmanship ... Read More »

Clark Atlanta University (CAU) Art Gallery

Clark Atlanta University (CAU) Art Gallery

Clark Atlanta University Art Galleries Source: http://bit.ly/1QU65Xb The CAU Art Gallery is a sparkling devotion to the dark involvement in the aggregate history of the US, and the world. The pieces contained inside of the CAU Art Gallery are of the finest quality and significance. The works are given by companions of the organization and endowments given by benefactors of the craftsmanship world. Some of today’s most compelling painters and specialists have chip away at ... Read More »

Art Period: Renaissance to Neoclassicism

Art Period: Renaissance to Neoclassicism

Source: http://bit.ly/1WA55vf Renaissance Period The Renaissance period was a period of awesome change in the craftsmanship world. The Renaissance’s rise “man” in the period between the fourteenth and the seventeenth hundreds of years delivered the cutting edge time in craftsmanship, writing, and instruction. The word Renaissance signifies “resurrection” in French and suitably names an age that saw an arrival to the established sensibilities of craftsmanship. The naturalist workmanship style that was well known amid the ... Read More »

Michelangelo Buonarroti

Michelangelo Buonarroti

Sculptor, Architect, Painter & Poet (1475–1564) Source: http://bit.ly/1Ng2ogW Michelangelo Buonarroti was an Italian sculptor, architect, painter, and poet, born at Caprese, Tuscany. Early Life and Work Michelangelo drew broadly as a tyke, and his dad put him under the Ghirlandaio’s tutelage, a regarded craftsman of the day. Following one ineffective year, Michelangelo turned into the understudy of Bertoldo di Giovanni, a stone worker utilized by the Medici crew. From 1490 to 1492, Michelangelo lived with ... Read More »

Giovanni Lorenzo Bernini

Giovanni Lorenzo Bernini

Architect, Artist, Sculptor (1598–1680) Source: http://bit.ly/1LawKuB Giovanni Lorenzo Bernini, a well known Italian engineer, artist and painter was conceived in Naples as the stone worker’s child Pietro Bernini on December 12, 1598. When he was still a tyke, Giovanni Lorenzo Bernini was taught his first workmanship lessons by his dad, and gained such awesome ground, that he made and finished an effective holy messenger’s head in marble at the youthful age of 10. When he ... Read More »

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