LIVES AND WORKS
LIVES AND WORKS
DATE OF BIRTH
I began to promote excellence in classical historic visual arts and in creative and technical skills in artistic practices. This facilitates the exchange of ideas and information among those interested in art and history of art. Over time, my skills deter negative emotions and provide pleasure and happiness for individuals. Painting enhances my self-esteem and encourages people to reach new levels of proficiency. Humans have been connected to art, in one way or another, since time immemorial, from prehistoric cave drawings to ancient instruments. It is evident that art has always been and will continue to be a closely related part of our existence, regardless of race, political leanings or from beautifying the environment to alleviate stress and discomfort, art is essential for physical, emotional, and mental well-being. Art is about storytelling. Art is important because it is a way of documenting and preserving our history. Historical art tells a story about society and how our cultures were. Provide us with different ideas and perspectives.
The color causes me to dance and paint is my passion, the oxygen of my creative lungs. Although the subject of my work may differ, color remains its constant theme. It is preferable to listen to what a painting has to say rather than imposing my preconceived ideas of what it should look like.
For everything I create, I strive to transmit a sense of vitality and joy, a celebration of the greatest art of all - the art of a well-lived life. Its powerful symbolism and I use it to communicate my emotional reflection on my mood.
I am certain that art will create a revolution in the traditional sense.
The usage of materials in my work is computed. .
I often seek out unexpected subjects.
My arrangements are schematic, inviting the viewer to move into a space of speculation. I rely on our desires for beauty, poetry and seduction.
An artistic technique is to decode the secret history and modernity . This process shows the stereotypes of difference, which are concealed from the viewpoint of all.
I believed that surrealism and minimalism stories should be useful in rearranging and receiving new ideas.
When we think of artists, we think of paint on canvas, or clay masterpieces, or beautiful, timeless drawings, but what do you think when you hear digital artists? The acceptance of digital art into the mainstream art community is a controversy that is slowly becoming history. The controversy is essentially that many people believe that the art is created by the computer, and not by the artist. Numerous art exhibits and shows do not allow digital art in just for that reason. This is a lack of understanding of how the art is created, because images cannot be created unless there is a creator with an idea and that person has gone through the creative process just like a normal artist.
Digital art really surfaced with the development of computer based painting. In 1984 Philip Perlstein used a paint system at NYIT (New York Institute of Technology). In 1998 the first Digital Art Museum was created by Wolfgang Lieser.
The controversy over digital art is part to blame on its short history. When any new media in art is introduced, it is not accepted well because there is no understanding of it. Digital art is just the first step in an art revolution. As soon as people become educated about digital forms of art, they can appreciate the outcome and the creative process that accompanies the finished product. When people know what a demanding process it is to create these masterpieces, they can disprove the myth that digital art is just button pushing. The controversy also includes the debate that digital artists have it easy, and it isn’t as hard to create masterpieces as in traditional media. Many digital artists are traditional artists that can draw, paint, understand color and they believe that digital art is very demanding and requires the artist to not only use and understand creative tools but also mechanical tools. Many digital artists believe themselves to be artists first and technicians second.
WHO I AM
I am who I am
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