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Art by Emily Short: National Art Exhibit (USA)

Artist Portfolio Magazine

National Art Exhibit

Emily Short

My work explores relationships humans have with animals and other parts of the natural world. In this, I also contemplate the similarities between humans and other animals, especially perceived differences. 199 more words

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Essay on Pre realism

The Prerealist logo

Throughout history, there are easily identified periods of revolution, upheaval, and revolt which are undoubtedly linked to an explosion in artistic expression. Eventually, this develops into an organized, coherent movement of some sort. 2,025 more words

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Prerealist Creative Exercises

A truly prerealist work is one created simply, honestly, and spontaneously with (hopefully) little interference from external stimuli. ‘External stimuli’ may include drugs, alcohol, previous teachings or influences, consciousness, purpose and intent – depending on your situation and beliefs. 2,048 more words

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Further Notes on Prerealism

Comparison to Surrealism

Surrealism was clearly a study of objects. By reconstructing – through word, thought, and paintbrush – those overused, commonplace items that surround us in our conscious state, the surrealists attempted to change notions of reality by pointing out the hidden meanings of objects. 1,562 more words

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