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Interview with Chicago artist Quinn Gregory discussing his inspiration and technique behind his Art.
18 Apr 2008
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Boris Kudryavtsev practiced the landscape painting just in the open air. In his works we see the nature near Moscow in its season changes , as well as autumn and spring landscapes of Sudak environs in Crimea. Maybe it is precisely the small size of his miniature pictures, that helped him in any weather conditions and in spite of time shortage to cope with rather complicated landscape painting tasks – to find the special moments of nature’s beauty in its color, light and form. Instead of brush, he always used mastichine and with it he developed his filigree original technique which transmits the nature's shapes and rhythms and eloquently speaks of the artist's highly inspired character. Boris Kudryavtsev stopped his landscape painting in 1991.
29 Apr 2008
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Roger is a Dublin Watercolourist, living between Ireland and southern Spain. Roger´s paintings have been exhibited in Australia, China, Finland, France, Italy, Spain, Sweden, UK, USA, and in many national and private shows in Ireland. His paintings have represented Ireland at the Florence Biennale and also at International Art Exhibitions in London, Stockholm and New York.
12 Jun 2008
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Interview with Quinn Gregory Chicago artist, the inspiration and healing behind his Art. Swarovski Crystalized Male and Female Human Skulls As Art by Artist Quinn Gregory. While the artist was a lawyer for several years; approximately four years ago he was diagnosed with a rare heart disease. This diagnosis altered Quinn's life in many ways. Naturally, it forced Quinn to focus on death and how our Society deals with death. Quinn strongly believes that our bodies are merely shells we use while here on Earth (nothing more or less). He believes that the human skeleton is innately beautiful. He also loves the extremes of death (in the form of a human skull) and bejeweling it with colorful Swarovski Crystals. Each original and limited Quinn Gregory Skull contains somewhere between 8,500 to 12,500 crystals. Each skull is obviously unique and 're-named' by the artist. While there are a few Quinn Gregory Skulls shown herein, alternative colors and combinations of the Swarovski Crystals used are available by custom order. artists' statement: Our bodies are merely shells we use while here on Earth (nothing more or less). I believe that the human skeleton is innately beautiful.
18 Aug 2009
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cezanne quote introduces photos by maude metcalf beautiful pictures of roses,lilys,irises at capucinesboulevard**** In life and wilting death I have captured the inner beauty of the Flower. Her grace and elegance so exquisite the eye wonders, the heart opens, the beauty penetrates your being and draws you in, into your self, for you are the flower-magnificent, glorious and beautiful, in life, and in death. " Maude Metcalf
1 Jan 2009
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Artist Romero paints Da Vinci images with his hands--work available at www.CapucinesBoulevard**** I am motivated by a prescience of the challenges to the human spirit, and my desire to depict its inherent unboundedness. Sometimes what I create is beautiful and sometimes it isn't. I believe that an artists' creation of powerful emotion within his audience is a prerequisite to meaningful communication.
2 Aug 2009
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The mission of CapucinesBoulevard is to bring the work of both established and emerging contemporary artists to the attention of the widest possible audience, and to provide a marketplace for that art to be sold and auctioned. Our goal is to make art a more accessible and desired part of everyday life.
3 Apr 2008
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The mission of CapucinesBoulevard is to bring the work of both established and emerging contemporary artists to the attention of the widest possible audience, and to provide a marketplace for that art to be sold and auctioned. Our goal is to make art a more accessible and desired part of everyday life.
7 Nov 2008
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Artist Roberto Romero paints with his hands I am motivated by a prescience of the challenges to the human spirit, and my desire to depict its inherent unboundedness. Sometimes what I create is beautiful and sometimes it isn't. I believe that an artists' creation of powerful emotion within his audience is a prerequisite to meaningful communication.
28 Feb 2008
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Cappy Price talks about the investment value of emerging artist at the 28th Annual 7th Congressional District High School Art competition
11 Jun 2008
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Interview with Artist Rachel Foran Winner of 28th Annual High School Art Competition
11 Jun 2008
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Winners of 28th Annual High School Art Competition receiving their awards
11 Jun 2008
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Congressman Danny Davis talks about the role art has in society and how we need to promote and protect the arts and artists.
11 Jun 2008
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Interview with Rahmaan Statik 47th St and lake Park, Hyde Park, Chicago Mural Project Doctors save lives, police fight crime, and the Artist dictates what we know as Image, Icon, and Form. I live a life-style of observation and creation. I believe that being well informed on the subject of your work and having an organized strategy produces a more intriguing work of art. I believe man has the right to choose his reality. In my reality I have chosen my own destiny; time and fate have confirmed that producing art is my positive contribution to society. The work I produce both symbolizes and creates optimism for life in our industrialized society. It also challenges the over-saturation of mindless sexual and violent images in pop visual culture. I put forth a passionate effort to produce art that has a spiritual, political and urban aesthetic. My artwork has been executed by the use of computer based design layouts and constructed with various art mediums, such as spray paint, oil paint, and acrylic. The subjects of the work include figure studies, human nature and political issues. My goal is to break the preconceived idea of what most people may think aerosol art is, highlighting the difference between aerosol art and graffiti. The spray can is an example of a post-World War II product that was not originally conceived for producing art, but as a household tool. Through the use of the Chiaroscuro technique, combined with classical and modern influences, my work seeks to have the spray can recognize as an artistic medium. Further, the nature of the medium being an aerosol can use for industry and aesthetic vandalism, is an icon for the fusion of art and technology. As such, it is a form of modern art.
22 Aug 2008
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Interview with Artist Max Sansing on the Chicago,Hyde Park 47th Street Mural Project
6 Nov 2008
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Interview with artist Slangism on The Chicago, Hyde Park 47th Street mural Project
7 Nov 2008
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