What is made looks to encourage a questioning of one’s own potential to create
“I hear the pictures before I see them, then I smell them. I hear the picture in a continuous time loop”, says Sharmaine Thérèsa Pretorius, a South African artist based in Oman.
For Sharmaine, also known by her pen name Ilza, art is a representation of holographic memories downloaded from the spiritual realm into a tapestry of multi-layered drawings containing puzzles, musical composition and maps.
From parting with children and the effects of cold coffee, to giving birth and the up-side of napping in class, the conversation began to unfold as I delved deeper into the inner-workings of the artist known as Lailo.
Exhibition “Personal – Portraits of War Victims” of Bosnian-Herzegovinian photographer Velija Hasanbegović was opened in the Art Gallery of the International University of Sarajevo on Wednesday, December 6, 2017.
Fields, Trees and Quantum – art images combining the beauty of our planet with scientific advances.
Images of “Our Changing World” using poetry and photographic portraiture. Images of who we are and what may follow. South African artist, Tanisha Bhana, seeks to “ignite a subconscious repulsion and connection to common associations that tie us together.” Her poetry and photographic images are provided for your thought and reflection.
CONTEMPORARY ART THAT ALERTS US TO OUR CHANGING WORLD
The art work of Tanisha Bhana illustrates the impact people have on themselves, all living beings, and the earth. Her work communicates difficult times in human history. She shows the changing landscape, a time of crisis and emergency. The work touches us by showing the impact people have on biodiversity.
It is up to you to provide a response to the images. Ask yourself whether the art speaks to you about our changing world?
“…terms such as “hidden space dimensions,” “weird curved spaces,” “duality,” “mirror symmetry,” and others found in the physical theory of strings are exactly the terms that we have to apply if we want to accurately describe some of the arts…”
I recently have been very inspired by old Hollywood. I have been painting “legends”. I’m going to share my tricks on making a face look like the person you are looking at!
As a representative of The Metastabilian Movement, Shaya Weinberger is showing his new exhibition, on the opening of The Matthew Gallery in New York.