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Vatnslitir

Vatnslitir.

Allar aðferðir í málverkinu hafa sín sérkenni og hafa áhrif á hvernig maður vinnur og hvernig útkoman verður. Ég hef unnið með vatnsliti allan minn feril hann er að einhverju leiti hentugri og þægilegri til að þróa sig áfram sem listamaður, enda þótt hann sé ekki endilega auðveldur þá kemur hann manni einhvernvegin einhverja ljóðræna vídd sem, gefur af sér verk sem full komlega standa fyrir sínu þó þau séu kanski tilrauna kendari en í ýmsum öðrum miðlum. 104 more words

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FAC ARTCADE

From the old Midway of the 1920s era of Coney Island the Arcade created the importance of the interactive visual experience we constantly search for the new frontiers of our imagination. 86 more words

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Divine Da Vinci

Da Vinci. The name that resonates around the world as one of  the greatest artists to have walked the Earth. It isn’t everyday that one of his works comes up for sale. 892 more words

15th Century

Conker Park

R, Sidney and I have a lot of “traditions” we’ve established in the last three years and one of those is “Conker Park” in the fall. 78 more words

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Forum for Transnational Collaboration in the Visual Arts | November 17 & 18

By: Melissa Vonimary Sovik, MAIS ’18

On November 17 & 18, we are organizing the Forum for Transnational Collaboration in the Visual Arts with the objective of bringing together emerging voices from previously marginalized countries that are poised to become an essential part of the global conversation in contemporary art and institutions today. 492 more words

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Charles Wharton Stork on Bodenheim's "What Is Poetry?"

Charles Wharton Stork  (12 February 1881 – 22 May 1971) was an American literary author, poet, and translator.

from Art World (February 1918)

“A “New” Definition of Poetry” 994 more words

nicandsloy

Here are the artists Sandra Loy (sloy) and Dave Nichols (nic) in a photo taken by their good friend painter Rob Bibler (with painter April Waters taking a view in the gallery tonight). 332 more words

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