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Kristina Lycke replied:

"..for john paul"

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What do you do after setting up your own website and posting those images for the world to discover your talent?  While waiting for that enlightened day, figure out the true art of the web - the art of communication.  Then strike up a dialogue with the only person who'll ever really understand what you do - another artist.
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Large Abstract on a Plus  by paul rouse

Gigi
2017-04-30 20:37

Good to see you here!.. [Goto..]

winter wood  by vincenzo cignozzi

JP
2017-04-03 19:29

Bravo Vincenzo... sei l'unico che lavora!.. [Goto..]

Fading life  by vincenzo cignozzi

vincenzo
2017-02-18 16:47

I try to answer to your interrogation list:

1 “The Death” is a substantive and it is usually presented as an alive skeleton with a sickle , sometime riding an horse, ( think of Durer Death and the Devil) whereas I consider it an event or a process strictly connected to life.
2 In Italian the term Life is “Vita” and is feminine and I think that it fits better to my beliefs than the neutral term ( Das Leben )
3 The main idea was something going from warm to cold colours up to the absence of colour: the black. The form should be an organic abyss.
4 The main difficulties came from the background and I do not think to have solved them entirely.
5 I work quite slowly since I do not need to spare time, so I did not count it.
6 Not entirely but near to my expectation.
7 I am never completely satisfied with my works but I am glad if I succeed to transfer at least a part of my feeling to the viewer.
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Aylan  by claudio verdoni

claudio
2017-02-07 10:18

Aveva tre anni. Ed era nato a Kobane, nel nord della Siria. Scappava da una guerra che ha ridotto in polvere la sua città e ucciso migliaia di suoi compagni di giochi. Aylan Kurdi. È questo il nome del bambino morto annegato nel tentativo di raggiungere l’Europa.. [Goto..]

Retro  by vincenzo cignozzi

vincenzo
2016-11-25 16:21

Thx for the comment,
I may say that this work seems to irritate the people. Exposed during a local art competition did not even receive a notation, a friend of mine having seen the photo and thinking it was real, wrote he was glad I entered the art of installation, a friend painter told me i could spend my capabilities doing something else, another friend asked me :"WHY did you did it?".
The "NOTHING" is disturbing.. [Goto..]

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Painting?   Kristina Lycke

ArtExpo Summer Rome   Angelo Ribezzi

Art in Lisbon 2017   Angelo Ribezzi

ArtExpo Winter Rome   Angelo Ribezzi

tERRY'S MIRROR N. 20   Teresa Suardi

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Painting?   Kristina Lycke

Kristina
2017-06-15 13:16

Yes the direction of this painting is a delayed response to the intersection with them at the airport.
Visually they are very inspiring; Sir Nose, pussy cat, George . . . . . Also the exchange was stimulating “ you ain’t coming with us? “

I am sure music is in everybody’s art, it’s in our memory. You don't think so?
I am not a musician; I am a fan.
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Do you wanna build a snowman   Kristina Lycke

Kristina
2016-06-18 09:26

Thanks for the tip ..... But i still haven't got a title yet ..... Che ansia ....... [GoTo..]

4 canvases   JP Delaney

Kristina
2016-04-30 11:11

A little bit like forgetting? [GoTo..]

In the bath (deeper)   Kristina Lycke

JP
2016-01-24 11:49

Time to rotate... haha I know that well. I suppose it's an attempt to find a new way of looking at a piece that's already become too familiar, or a way to a lead that will get you out of that seeming impasse.
At any rate, by simply looking at the rotated image I believe that it's possible to see it in it's more technical sense of composition balance, tone, colour and light, and this might point out areas where further intervention is required. Sometimes the work takes off from there and  [GoTo..]

bouncing   Maria Xagorari

Maria
2014-08-03 04:39

LINK
You can have a look at this, Gigi. [GoTo..]

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I don't think an artists should be removed from the site .I think the artist should have images that they remove from their page as the add more . They should be showing that they have a greater understanding of their own work by removing images. They should demonstrate that they have moved beyond some of their imagers , as they grow in their art process.
The craft of the work is what makes it great . Each dialogue with the world is always personal to the artist . The viewer will come   [GOTO..]

Of course my enthusiasm for Anthroposophy is based on practical experience of Steiner's ideas and new impulses.

I studied Art and Art Therapy in the UK at a Steiner college. I also lived in a village called Forest Row, which has put many of Steiner's ideas into practice. Forest Row has quite a few initiatives, some of which are: 2 biodynamic farms, the first waldorf school in the UK called Michael Hall and Organic architecture, to name just a few...

Having studied Art and Ther  [GOTO..]

Haha Flavius... nobody's come to this forum in the last 500 years! You risk awakening some old ghosts, like myself :o)

Yes I've heard of RS, but personally I tend to avoid any form of collective ideology, however exceptional it may be. Notwithstanding, the few followers of Steiner I've met were likeable, interesting, and smart young people. Two brilliant computer programmers I knew were Steiner advocates.

Rudolf himself probably has had many interesting things to say on Art,  [GOTO..]

http://wn.rsarchive.org/Lectures/19091028p01.html

The Nature and Origin of the Arts
By Rudolf Steiner, Ph.D.

Let us imagine a great snow-clad plain spread out before us and upon it here and there rivers and lakes hard frozen. The neighboring sea is mostly frozen over close to shore; further out huge floes are drifting; occasional stunted trees and bushes lift heads heavy with snow and icicles. It is evening. The sun has already set, leaving behind the golden splendor of its  [GOTO..]

Has anyone here heard of Rudolf Steiner? He gave many new impulses in many areas. One of these areas is Art. He gave many lectures on art, he was a sculptor and painter too, among million other things. Here is a link where you can find many free books and lectures on art and other subjects: http://wn.rsarchive.org/Lectures/GA276/English/AP1964/ArtMis_index.html

The easiest way to find more art books is to use the Search button on the site

Peace!  [GOTO..]

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