Category Archives: Artists/Inspiration

How Passion is spent, what love reveals and Japanese silk.

Originally posted on moving in time:
Jakuchu Ito (1716 – 1800 ) completed thirty stunning and accomplished paintings on silk that make up the collection the ‘Colorful Realm of Living Beings’. This virtuoso achievement was a lifetime passion, one that…

How Passion is spent, what love reveals and Japanese silk.

Originally posted on moving in time:
Jakuchu Ito (1716 – 1800 ) completed thirty stunning and accomplished paintings on silk that make up the collection the ‘Colorful Realm of Living Beings’. This virtuoso achievement was a lifetime passion, one that…

Burned by Yves Klein’s Fire Paintings

Burned by Yves Klein’s Fire Paintings   Yves Klein’s minimal works of art has always confused me for the longest time. After many research I find him to be more deeper than I have previously imagined. Check out C4’s profile

Burned by Yves Klein’s Fire Paintings

Burned by Yves Klein’s Fire Paintings   Yves Klein’s minimal works of art has always confused me for the longest time. After many research I find him to be more deeper than I have previously imagined. Check out C4’s profile

Artist Randy Cezan extracts form from chaos

Originally posted on Spaceworks Tacoma:
Sculpture by Randy Cezan. “Images of colliding galaxies were the direct forms that I have attempted to represent with these sculptural forms,” says artist Randy Cezan of his new art installation, Large Interacting…on exhibit in…

Artist Randy Cezan extracts form from chaos

Originally posted on Spaceworks Tacoma:
Sculpture by Randy Cezan. “Images of colliding galaxies were the direct forms that I have attempted to represent with these sculptural forms,” says artist Randy Cezan of his new art installation, Large Interacting…on exhibit in…

Amazing article from Pattern Bank! – “Ikenaga Yasunari – The Japanese Art of Nihonga Redefined”

Check this blog post out from Pattern Bank! Ikenaga Yasunari – The Japanese Art of Nihonga Redefined Related articles Japanese influenced painting: Bertille Baudiniere (artstomarket.wordpress.com) Japanese artist brings the Nihonga art form to life in India (japandailypress.com) You: Kyoto painting

Amazing article from Pattern Bank! – “Ikenaga Yasunari – The Japanese Art of Nihonga Redefined”

Check this blog post out from Pattern Bank! Ikenaga Yasunari – The Japanese Art of Nihonga Redefined Related articles Japanese influenced painting: Bertille Baudiniere (artstomarket.wordpress.com) Japanese artist brings the Nihonga art form to life in India (japandailypress.com) You: Kyoto painting

Chanel exposes me to a new word and new experience – Baudruchage!

Chanel exposes me to a new word and new experience – Baudruchage!. Related articles Is It Important That He Call You Beautiful? (madamenoire.com) Today’s Neologism: Gurse (zwingliusredivivus.wordpress.com) Sleeping well could boost your memory! (time4sleep.com)

Chanel exposes me to a new word and new experience – Baudruchage!

Chanel exposes me to a new word and new experience – Baudruchage!. Related articles Is It Important That He Call You Beautiful? (madamenoire.com) Today’s Neologism: Gurse (zwingliusredivivus.wordpress.com) Sleeping well could boost your memory! (time4sleep.com)

Pantone and Fine Arts?

Check it this article about the new hot color of 2012 by Pantone. Looking at this article gave me a few ideas. I have always advocated on Warhol‘s philosophy behind business and fine art. It is the same idea I

Pantone and Fine Arts?

Check it this article about the new hot color of 2012 by Pantone. Looking at this article gave me a few ideas. I have always advocated on Warhol‘s philosophy behind business and fine art. It is the same idea I

From Start to Finish: A Life of a Painting (John the Baptist)

Here is an overview of the start to finish process of painting John the Baptist (Seize the Day). I have submitted this to the Northwest Biennial 2011 (crossing fingers). After I prep the canvas mounted on hardboard, I sand the

From Start to Finish: A Life of a Painting (John the Baptist)

Here is an overview of the start to finish process of painting John the Baptist (Seize the Day). I have submitted this to the Northwest Biennial 2011 (crossing fingers). After I prep the canvas mounted on hardboard, I sand the