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Griffith Lighton comments my work

April 18, 2018

Literally, sensational use of color and shape!… This is what I mean when I describe the art form « colorshapping ». The affect is not simply a happy or sad feeling or something in between . There can be a visceral sensational effect. In this case, it’s like a roller coaster ride. Really good example […]

Clementine mixes substance and spirit.

March 3, 2018

Clementine mixes substance and spirit. Her sculptures, whose light and air curves are the signature of a work reflecting the soul, will offer to those who would look at them a poetic way to clear their mind. Clementine’s collection of sculptures is devoted to the theme « yoga poses »; it recalls us all the […]

Faren was born in 1989 in Tehran

January 11, 2018

Faren was born in 1989 in Tehran where she was raised and graduated in economy. She is a woman of her time, using her cellphone as a camera to shoot herself in her daily life, but what makes her so unique is the way how she interprets her self-portraits. Her interest for the past life, […]

271 years before Pantone

December 7, 2017

A Dutch artist named A.Boogert mixed and described every color imaginable in an 800 pages book. The book, « Traité des couleurs servant à la peinture à l’eau », was intended as an educative guide. The irony being there was only a single copy that was probably seen by very few eyes! It’s hard to […]

Anton Raphaël Mengs (Raphaël also spelled Raffaël)

October 23, 2017

Born in Bohemia in March 12, 1728, Mengs became one of the most important court painter in Dresden, Rome and Madrid in the third quarter of the eighteenth century. He was perhaps the leading artist of early Neoclassicism. Whereas Meng’s portraits of prominent sitters are notable for their delicacy, meticulous detail and refined beauty, his […]