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Image for the "Passively" Exhibition at Berg by Nordan Art Gallery.



Found this intriguing street-art in my home town Nijmegen (NL). The visual artist Freek van Ginkel put his address on the wall too, but no title.

Happy Wall Wednesday ;-))


An art gallery is a room or building in which visual arts are displayed. Among the reasons why art can be exhibited are aesthetic enjoyment

Art is displayed not only for aesthetic enjoyment, but also as evidence of status and wealth.

for this reason the young man here in the photo

looks confused at the work entitled "children of the moon"

because it really is how our friend is now confused about what he sees.


Soon Available at LOVE



part of the series of "unpublished and forgotten" images ...


today with comments of Sylvia Kahler who died in October ...


the former title was "Geometry in Art and Reality"


On the left there is a building with a black natural stone facade in the shade. For the visual effect I left it underexposed.


Hornet (Origami), 2010 by Sarah Morris - (* 1967 in Sevenoaks) is a British artist and filmmaker, who became known for her large and colorful raster images. She lives and works in New York and London.


an so einem trüben Regentag (hier im Westen), wie heute, möchte ich euch etwas Farbenfrohes schenken ...


2x ƒ/13.0 105.0 mm 1/1000 400



accepted by the

Visual Arts Alliance 33rd Juried Open Exhibition,

Reception 6-8pm 15 July 2016,

BlueOrange Contemporary Art Gallery,

1208 West Gray St, Houston TX 77019


I have tried to capture the interaction and reaction between two visual arts video displays at NSW art Gallery. it is a capture an erotic moment thru timing of 2 images. May require a zoom for full meaning of my presentation.

Earlier today for the first time since we moved house eight months ago I visited the local town centre of Pontefract and noticed this eye catching piece of street art.


Daubing useless graffiti on the wall of a pub has obviously moved forward somewhat over the years. I really like this piece of work, not just for its visuals but also the words that go with it.

Artista visual chileno, 1952-2015, miembro del vanguardista movimiento Escuela de Avanzada, experimentó nuevos caminos de representación, con su propio cuerpo como soporte, para realizar una obra original que cuestiona los valores éticos y estéticos del arte tradicional.

Carlos Leppe estudió en la Escuela de Bellas Artes de la Universidad de Chile. En 1972 obtuvo el Primer Premio en el Salón de Alumnos.

En 1974 presentó “El happening de las gallinas”, su primera obra corporal en la Galería Carmen Waugh de la capital chilena, y al año siguiente “El perchero”, obra de fuerte simbología sexual que participó en un polémico concurso de Senografía en la Galería Módulos y Formas. Ésta y otras de sus obras estuvieron acompañadas siempre por la polémica, de forma que Leppe pasó a ser etiquetado como "artista maldito".


Mirit Ben-Nun devotes his attention to rhythm in drawing and painting. She defines rhythm as a flow of movement, generated by the repetition of the same or different visual elements.


That rhythm, which characterizes it, is a continuous repetition of lines and shapes. In general, these repetitions produce a pleasant sensation for the human eye, and helps to structure the image.


The artist tries to express and show a sentimental perception about her world, showing different feelings. In each attempt, his goal is to demonstrate the importance of art in human life.


Dora Woda.

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I am thrilled to announce that after a very competitive jury process I've been selected to exhibit my work in photography category at the 47th Annual Crested Butte Arts Festival nestled in the charming and eclectic Town of Crested Butte, Colorado, in the Rocky Mountains from August 2nd to 4th, 2019.


"The Crested Butte Arts Festival is one of the nation's top arts event, presenting a broad spectrum of visual and performance arts. Now approaching its 47th year, the event is recognized as being one of the best juried art shows in the West."


Check out more information about the Festival at


Check out the 2019 exhibitng artists at

Visual reclamation.

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The Laughing Wolf Arts Week is an exciting three-day weekend of music, dance, fashion, hair, makeup, theatre and more. Stimulate your eyes, ears, and mind with some of the metroplex’s creative artists.


Here is the Schedule:


Friday, DEC 1st - The Art of Sounds, Words, and Music

Saturday, DEC 2nd - The Art of Fashion, Hair, and Makeup

Sunday, DEC 3rd - The Art of Theatre and The Performance Arts


I will be participating as a visual artist only on Sunday, December 3rd.


The schedule for Sunday:


The Human Zoo by The Fashion Opera

Mykel Rose and Nifa Bell for The Mykel Rose Experience


music by

Rebecca Southern

Trey Roach


visual Art by

Volta - ColorSnack

Celebrity Stylist Andrea S. / Andrea S Entertainments

Shannon Rose

Sherrie Thomas

Ribs Street Art

Chelsea Wong

Cody Kisselburgh


Antonio Wingfield

Cory Domio

GwenB / Twizted Project Beauty Bar


Learn more about the event here:

Series: May You Live in Interesting Times.

La Biennale Venice 2019


Pavilion of Romania: Dan Mihălțianu

Unfinished Conversations on the Weight of Absence

mirroring art, Museumsinsel Berlin

Meu Ultimo Trabalho / My Last Work

not sure what to say about this image......simply messing around yesterday with old photos and this is one of the things that happened.

Created on a Digital Art Application called “Inspirit”

"Art flourishes where there is a sense of adventure."- Alfred Whitehead



It is not suppose to make sense but it is intended to stimulate your senses....

oil, acrylic & spray paint on canvas.

En un rincon de Aguascalientes

Street art in portland.... eye candy as you walk by . . .

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