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New Artists on - Faith Puleston
2007-02-08 19:31:00
Faith Puleston was born in North Wales and studied music and languages at the Royal Academy of Music, London, where she gained her Recital Diploma in singing. After excursions into musical (including a tour of South Africa and a spell at the Royel Theatre, Drury Lane in the musical"Camelot") Faith went to Germany to study German where it is spoken and to seek an opera engagement singing dramatic parts, especially those in Wagner, R. Strauss and Verdi operas. This led her to the State Theatre Saarbruecken and later to a long engagement at the Opera in Duesseldorf. Throughout her long stage career Faith made appearances in many European opera houses, sang over 100 operatic roles and also sang in oratorio and gave recitals. Following the birth of her second child and the ultimate breakdown of her marriage, Faith was destined to devote more time to her children and from then on could only accept guest performances. At that time she started writing fiction and teaching voice. Later she t...
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New Artist at - Olga Dmytrenko
2007-02-01 17:08:00
Olga DmytrenkoOlga Dmytrenko was born in the Ukraine. Her love of the visual arts and science was cultivated at a young age – Olga’s father used to paint in a realistic style, and her mother, a mathematician, gave her passion for science. After graduating from the Republican School of Physics and Mathematics at Kiev State University, she entered the Department of Physics there, and got her M.Sc. in 1986. In 1990 she gained a Ph.D. in Physical Chemistry. Dr. Dmytrenko has won several honour rewards, including Research Fellowship of President of Ukraine and Fellowship of Republic of Austria Federal Ministry of Science and Research. She currently lives and works as a scientist in Delaware, USA. Despite her deep interest in science, Olga creates organic abstracts, mainly in acrylic and metallic paints. Most of her paintings are done with soft colors and rich gold. Some of them depict suggestions of clouds, water, and people, but often Olga’s works gear towards fantasy themes, and ...
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Roberto Sebastian Antonio Matta
2007-01-22 21:39:00
This guy has to be one the most talented artists in the last hundred years, he is semi known, appearing in books on surrealism alongside artists like Salvador Dali. But not as popular as Dali.At the start of the second world war, Matt a, like many surrealist artists of the time, retreated to New York, a safe haven for artists at the time. Unlike many artists of the surrealist movement, he did not work through the cubism style, or Dada. ...Dada I don't like that much, but what it did do was give freedom to art, breaking the chains of art tradition - but this is a post for another time. Lets get back on track...He worked with great speed and concentration, his speed was vital to his style, certainly I paint in the same way, and it forces your mind to be inventive, making quick impulsive, and therefore original and creative decisions.Painting top right is entitled "Situation Vert".Matta liked layers, he would often scratch through the top layer of paint to reveal the level of paint bel...
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another cool blog which is worth a look.
2007-01-22 21:23:00
Check this blog out, this guy has some pretty cool stuff on his blog and i hope once ive been doing this a while i can have something this profesional looking. _blog/Check back later, i will be adding a post about the ground breaking Chilean artist Roberto Matta(born 11/11/11, died 11/23/2002) my favoriate artist.
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Impressionist style
2007-01-21 23:49:00
So what is 'Impress ionist' painting.This art movement took form in the late 19th Century, and is widely considered to be started in Paris, by Claude Monet, who painted 'Impression Sunrise'.At the time these artists were heavily critizied for their work, because at the time it was quite revolutionary. They painted what they saw, but not in a photographic sense, but rather the overall visual outcome of looking at something. Using bolder colours, and larger, textured brush strokes...the style looked rather lazy. When i was a kid, i didnt think much of it, and have only in my adult life realised the point of it.The other scene from Paris that I remember seeing only last week in this style, was Renoir's painting of the paris street, bustling with life. This painting, and the style used, is often painted by students studying the impressionist style.The point was not to copy the scene before them but rather the impression, emotion and movement that scene implied.Perhaps the most famou...
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What Buy Gallery Art is all about
2007-01-19 21:19:00
So now that my site is linked into search engines a little better, thanks to this blog, I want to start making good use of this blog and give readers a little more value. I want this blog to be the place for art lovers to go if they want to know whats going on in the global art world. I will of course keep you updated regarding as well.I will be dedicating more time to this as of next week, and posts will occur about twice a week. So the articles will be edited, rather than typed on the fly, and i will create a decent template too.For today though, the big news is this:Some historian guy from Italy says he has found the grave of the woman from Leonardo Da Vinci's famous Mona Lisa painting. You know the one, its quite popular, although i personally dont think its his best work. Lets get back on track...Apparently records say she died in 1542 at the ripe old age of 63, and was burried in a convent in Florence.What s her last name i hear you cry! Is it Smiley as the p...
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My parents new site
2007-01-19 09:31:00
Also new, is my parents new website, a therpay website based in Exeter, Devon, UK. Its
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My Art
2007-01-18 22:32:00
www.BuyGalleryArt.comThis is my website, which shows a selection of my art work, much of which is for sale. Check it out. Also if you are an artist you can submit your art to be displayed and sold on, its free to list.
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