Street Art 57

7 10 2015

Street Art 57by David Halliday





Making Movies

7 10 2015

The magic of film is recreated, taken apart, examined and lovingly satirized in an unusual work of fiction. David Halliday imagines a BBC documentary about ‘the well known Canadian film maker Samuel Bremmer’. We see moments of the films themselves; we hear the words of the actors, the designers and the commentary of the director, Samuel Bremmer. The illusion of film, and how it is created against a backdrop of money problems, personality clashes, jealousies, ambitions, love and vanity. Originally published by Press Porcepic.

Making Movies





Jacob Lawrence

7 10 2015





Landscape As An Abstraction #1

7 10 2015

Landscape as Abstraction #1





Line as Abstraction #2

7 10 2015

Landscape as Abstraction #2





Women Gone Mad Part 2

7 10 2015

Unravelling. Breaking down. The end of the world. Looking over the edge. Women gone mad.Again.

Have a read… Women Gone Mad Part 2

 





Patricia Ariel

7 10 2015

Artist of surrealist, mystic and visionary themes, Patricia was born in 1970 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, where she lived and worked until moving to the United States. Since she was a little child, she has been enjoying to give life to her private world through her drawings and writings. She has been drawing since the age of three, never remembering a single time of her life when she was not exploring some type of creative language. She has been also a performing artist, acting, dancing, and singing since her late teens. Although in part self-taught, she has had some formal training in visual arts that included academic drawing classes and a background in Fashion Design. Her love for teaching took her to a bachelors degree in Art Education with a specialization in History of Art from the Rio de Janeiro State University. But it was just after leaving her homeland that she considered the possibility of becoming a fine artist more seriously.