Monthly Archives: February 2011

Chris Beetles, photography.

          Edward Weston, USA 1886-1958, ‘Pepper’, 1930. See the estate site here.       A natural oddity, a creative use of light and voila! a voluptuous image.                 … Continue reading

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Selena Kimball, collages.

      Selena Kimball, born in Maine, lives in New York.       I like the collage very much; I’m a bit sorry for the old Dore’s book though; his illustrations are wonderful.         Series … Continue reading

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The Drawing Center – Viewing Program – Crit Streed

http://www.drawingcenter.org/viewingprogram/share_portfolio.cfm?pf=1183 Crit Streed (Christine Campbell), Iowa 1948. ‘The Geography of Drawing’11, 2004, sumi ink on tinted paper.

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masnich9s reviews – StumbleUpon

http://masnich9.stumbleupon.com/reviews/80/ Masnich9 is a blogger with an eye for the unusual. It’s art, it’s fun, you keep turning the pages with a smile. (By the way, pictures of this canyon are numerous on the Net; always in colour – magnificent … Continue reading

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perses deviantART gallery

http://perse.deviantart.com/gallery?offset=48 A fading image of a lost dream. Elegant. Found via Frannyy; thank you. PerSe, rivers-arms, 2008-2011 on DeviantART

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Kuriositas: Ghost by Marco Brambilla

http://www.kuriositas.com/2010/08/ghost-by-marco-brambilla.html Do have a look at the disturbing video on the page. Marco Brambilla ( Milano 1960; studied in Canada, lives in USA ) uses a succession of photos to destroy and rebuild a woman’s head. She seems to wake … Continue reading

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Gerald Peters Gallery | Exhibitions

http://www.gpgallery.com/exhibitions/view/164 J Henry Fair , industrial waste (fertiliser), Bartow, FL. When the landscape looses any natural aspect and becomes abstraction.

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Golden Well : Fine Art : Transient Light

http://www.transientlight.co.uk/photo.php?id=278&gallery=fineart Ian Cameron, ‘Golden Well’. From the page: ” I found a number of these little golden wells at the base of a waterfall in Kinlochourn. Where the water had filled them they were almost irridescent but around the edges … Continue reading

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Gerco de Ruijter

http://www.gercoderuijter.nl/ Gerco de Ruijter (The Netherlands, 1961) explores the highly geometrical Dutch landscape from the sky, using a helio-blimp camera ( or even a fishing rod sometimes!). Nature versus Culture. A very organised landscape.

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Agence VU – Bernard Descamps

http://www.agencevu.com/photographers/photographer.php?id=27 Bernard Descamp is a former French biologist turned photographer in the seventies. I love the delicate, symmetrical graphism of this landscape; the thin vertical lines seem to float in the air; the soft grey of tranquil waters are one … Continue reading

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Olivier van Rossum

http://www.oliviervanrossum.be/ You are entering a world of shadows and sudden lights, of moving time, of moments already passed; you will try to grasp a flitting vision in a fugitive instant.

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http://www.galerierichard.com/en_artist.php?id=47 Kiyoshi Nakagami (Japan 1949). This artist paints the light being born; one starts thinking about the slow birth of a star, the fragile building of some new galaxies, the sudden surging of our lives and dreams. Untitled, 2007, oil … Continue reading

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Marianne Boesky Gallery – HANS OP DE BEECK

http://www.marianneboeskygallery.com/exhibitions/2010-05-08_hans-op-de-beeck/ Almost each evening in Funchal (Madeira’s capital), some cruise liner hoots twice and very slowly leaves the pier. For a minute, time is suspended. You dream about old ships sailing to unknown places. Then you hear Madonna singing at … Continue reading

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Christian BĂ©rard: Painter, Designer, Illustrator & Venetian Red Art Blog

http://venetianred.net/2010/01/12/christian-berard-painter-designer-illustrator/ I found this exceptional art-devoted blog by chance yesterday; Liz Hager and Christine Cariati are both artists who “thought that the process of looking at, thinking, and writing about art would help us to delve more deeply into what … Continue reading

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R&my Marlot: Rodin

http://www.remymarlot.com/Marlot_Rodin.html

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treis reviews – StumbleUpon

http://trei.stumbleupon.com/reviews/50/ Trei’s pages: a wonderfully illustrated poetical promenade that touches the soul. Thank you. Toshio Shibata (Japan, 1949) . ‘Grand Coulee Dam, WA’, 1996. From the page: “Under Shibata’s eye, the man-altered landscape becomes a mysterious abstract composition in which … Continue reading

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fran&ois goffin – photographies

http://www.francoisgoffin.com/FR/photo.php?gallery=4&numPhoto=0 The portfolio is called ‘Les choses simples’ (simple things). The word that comes to mind is also serendipity; the photographer seems to stumble upon an appealing everyday scene and click on the button. Simple, perhaps, but full of poetical … Continue reading

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