The amazing and unforgettable postmodern theatre show FuerzaBruta is back👏🏻😍 Performed worldwide, the show is now being held at the Seoul Olympic Stadium in Jamsil.
The show operates between 23rd of April 2019 to 4th of August 2019.
Being only a 12-minute subway ride away, you can enjoy easy access to the show by staying at the Gangnam Artnouveau City Hotel💯
For more details about the show, visit https://fuerzabrutaglobal.com/korea/
For booking of hotel go to http://en.gnanhotel.com or call the reservations department at (+82) 02 580 7300 or (+82) 02 580 7400
Thinking Spring and sketching ideas for my next painting which I’ll be starting soon! — watch this painting come to life: LIKE my Facebook page.
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Finding homes for one-of-a-kind pieces of art to share beauty with the world.
Hopefully Instagram doesn’t totally destroy the quality but here’s a large digital commission I just finished doing for my good friend @fartbait 💗 Thanks for giving me the opportunity to do some super fun stuff mama 😘
Just finished the print I've been working on for the past 2 1/2 weeks. 6 different screens (1 screen per color) and over 16 hours of active screenprinting have given me my series of 12 duplicate prints on BFK paper.
I hope that the message comes through clearly, that we can find great strength in vulnerability. I want to help redefine what strength is seen as.. so I decided to draw the strongest and most wonderfully vulnerable man I know 💙 "Strength in Vulnerability"
Acrylic printing ink on BFK paper
screen print series of 12
As we head into autumn I start thinking about scarves, so here is a botanically inspired scarf pin. I have some gorgeous lavender iolite stones which will really suit the cooler weather when it starts in earnest. The pin has a wavy stem which I’ve secured with a threaded end cap. Sterling silver and natural iolite gemstone. Available from my studio now. #handmade#brooch#scarfpin#iolite#botanical#artnouveau#jewellery#melbourne#australia
These expensive, these is red bottoms 👠
“The Kiss” by Gustav Klimt, 1907-1908
• Artist: He’s a rebel just 4 kicks! The perception of Klimt at the time = edgy and risque. He infused a lot of sexual symbolism and erotica in his works and also loved the ladies. His famous Gold Period (which this painting is from), was inspired by the mosaics and gold leaf Byzantine art.
• Theme/Vibez: These two lovers are soooo into each other they’re melting into being. It’s super expressive and emotional. The male figure has rectangles on his golden cloak while the female has circles on it...more sexual symbolism.
• The Lewk: Opulent with lots of abstract shapes and indefinite forms. Klimt thought the flat look of the painting just enhanced the shimmery gold. Very Art Nouveau with the organic lines and blooming florals. All she’s missing is her Coachella flower crown. #basic
Le Japon Artistique, Documents d’art et d’industrie est une revue créée par le marchand, éditeur, mécène et collectionneur Siegfried BING entre 1888 et 1905. Avec sa boutique du 22 rue de Chauchat Provence, il fit découvrir à la France entière la culture Japonaise et s’intéressa aux prémices d’un « Art Nouveau ». En vente le 23 mars 2019. #Auction#Bing#JaponArtistique#ArtNouveau
Favorite Book Covers. 📖 We all have one or two or hundreds (🙋🏻♀️). This is one of mine. The Witch of Painted Sorrows by M.J. Rose. Honestly, I buy books for their covers—who doesn't? Usually that's the first reason you pick up a book, right?
This one has the slightest pearl shimmer to its dust jacket (see the video). The color and composition is the reason we nabbed this one off the shelf, though. The soft golds and greens blended perfectly into the blue. The artist did a fantastic job blending the image of Paris at night into the folds of the woman's gown—it’s as if we’re peeking through the "curtains" of her gown into this magical city. .
It was also a brilliant to end the top cover where they did. This does two things: One, it prevents readers from being "shown" the character in full. Like me, most readers love to create images of the characters in their head. Two, it creates that essence or feel of sorrow with her turned down face. The blue tones behind her face also give that feeling of being blue or sorrowful.
Another great element of the cover is the font choice. It’s magical and elegant, hinting at the story within, yet it’s not overly decorative. It’s classic and has just a hint of the Art Nouveau movement (the book takes place during the 1890's).