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Natalie ‘Miss Aniela‘ Dybisz By Giovanni Cervi via Woodenleg

Natalie ‘Miss Aniela‘ Dybisz

Natalie ‘Miss Aniela‘ Dybisz

Natalie ‘Miss Aniela‘ Dybisz was born in Leeds, 1986, some of her photos are amazing, they remind me of a plastic surrealism applied to everyday life. And she loves nature too. Check her website out if you don’t know her, three more after the cut.

Natalie ‘Miss Aniela‘ Dybisz

Natalie ‘Miss Aniela‘ Dybisz

Natalie ‘Miss Aniela‘ Dybisz

Natalie ‘Miss Aniela‘ Dybisz

Natalie ‘Miss Aniela‘ Dybisz

Natalie ‘Miss Aniela‘ Dybisz

 A very unusual and somewhat ironical photographer from Leeds.Great websiteof hers..My Modern Web has an interesting article about her work…More Incredible Surreal Photography by Miss Aniela

another world within reach

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mars 1

mars 2

mars 2

NASA’s Mars rover, Curiosity, has taken its first color photo of the Red Planet. The photo acted as sort of a thumbs-up message to scientists, indicating it’s equipment operational and prepared for the mission ahead.

Barbara Bezina Art…A- Arte digital masterworks

Bárbara Bezina © 2011

Bárbara Bezina © 2011

“Otoño”
Arte digital
2011

Bárbara Bezina © 2011

Bárbara Bezina © 2011

“La tormenta”
Arte digital
2011
Bárbara Bezina ©
 I have long been fascinated with Barbaras work, digital it is, but it actually is an art form in it’s own right, not just an exploit of a digital gimmick. Sometimes the images can be quite powerful and strong, but that is one of the integral parts of art.

These are from her Facebook Art Page. She also has a great WordPress Blog.

 

It is always a pleasure to anticipate new works…

Bárbara Bezina

Bárbara Bezina

Bárbara Bezina

 “Música de otoño”
2010
Bárbara Bezina ©

” Soy siempre yo misma…. pero de cierto no seré la misma para siempre.”

Carmen B Pol

Carmen B Pol

via  Barbara Bernardo

Carmen B Pol
” Soy siempre yo misma…. pero de cierto no seré la misma para siempre.”

30 day censorship by Fakebook again…

 yup, another 30 day ban from Fakebook posting, due to this repost of a Joel Peter Wilkin photograph.

Just proves FB is way too big, powerful and invasive….a social sites for a cerain type of “social”….

 

But, not going to let it get to me, have lots of other outlets and inteests to let Zuckerfuck get in my way…

…him…Solange Foix Digital…

…him…

 …him…Solange Foix Digital…

Barbara Bezina Art

Soleada

by barbarabezina

Barbora Bezina Digital

Barbora Bezina Digital

Pintura- Fotografía- Dibujo- Arte Digital

her website

Facebook Page

Guy Garnier – Collage artistique contemporain de papiers.

Visual artist-Recyclage artistique par collage de papiers et prospectus sortis de ma boite à lettres.

I am somewhat amazed at how little has been written about him. I have a particular fondness for collages, so   I noticed his fine creations right away. Sharring!

The dadaists further developed the collage technique recently discovered by Pablo Picasso and Georges Braques in Paris. Like the cubists, the dadaists pasted papers, fabric and other two-dimensional materials to their works, breaking down the barrier between art and everyday life. But the dadaists abandoned the pretense of still life or other identifiable subject matter in favor of abstract collages, and they cast their net far wider for their source material: the collages of Hannover dadaist Kurt Schwitters, for example, included such items as transportation tickets, calendars, candy wrappers, lace, printed pamphlets, maps, and other disposable ephemera collected in the course of the artist’s daily outings. Collaged together, they formed a chaotic visual diary of modern life.

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Guy Garnier est un artistecollagiste français, né dans le marais poitevin à Damvix en 1948. Il a d’abord pratiqué la peinture à l’huile avant de s’adonner au collage de prospectus et feuilles de magazines sortis de sa boite à lettres.Créer, c’est mettre en scène des réalités ou des rêves que l’oeil de chacun verra de sa propre expérience
Depuis une vingtaine d’années Guy Garnier préfère le papier pour ses créations et « recycle » avec frénésie tout ce qui déborde de sa boite à lettres de prospectus et de publicités.
Le papier est déchiré ,lacéré, froissé,décoloré ou rehaussé de couleurs , puis collé sur un support cartonné (un vieux calendrier par exemple).
La mise en scènedes formes ,des couleurs ,des harmonies, peut être programmée mais très souvent le tableau se construit de lui-même , les morceaux de papiers s’assemblant comme par « magie.J’adore cette transe qui me parcourt quand l’évidence d’un tableau s’impose et m’accapare entièrement.
De ce plaisir personnel naît un désir de partage lors des expositions . Les compositions de Guy Garnier ne sont pas hermétiques, elles s’ouvrentà celui qui trouvera une faille pour y entrer et s’abandonner à ses propres désirsguy-garnier-collages

Amazing Digital Artworks of Larissa Kulik

In this new list we are featuring the amazing artworks of talented artist Larissa Kulik. Beside the inspirational gallery, you will also find out more about Larissa. An interesting subject is what inspires her to create these beautiful photo manipulations and how she sees digital artin general.Because the photography goes hand in hand with digital art, Larissa is also a good photographer. You can get in touch with her trough multiple social media networks like deviantart or facebook.

bird digital collage naive sureal

The Bird Photo Manipulation by AnnMei

In my work I use a lot of different mechanisms for different audiences and I am often asked about the meaning of my art works. Maybe I’m trying to show the relationship we have with all that surrounds us, because I believe that in this world there are no coincidences. Ropes and strings are a metaphor, telling stories of connections that lead to a single plot. Any seeming randomness is unexplored regularity. And the world is much more complicated than people can comprehend, and much simpler than people think. Sometimes all the clues are right in front of us!My work is the result of fantasy. Images are born of themselves, and only then I understand that all this existed in my mind long ago. I sincerely rejoice when the viewer understands what I want to express in my work! Unconsciously, we fix a lot of details that form a system of symbols and affect our mood and behavior. I’ve been listening to music, visited exhibitions of different artists, I read a lot about dreaming and I try as much as possible to learn the history of world culture. This is my main source of inspiration.Nowadays there are many opportunities to realize our most fantastic ideas. This opens up new horizons for creativity and digital art collects huge audiences. Not only among artists, but also among the spectators and connoisseurs of visual arts. I hope that the meeting with the characters inside my art works will not leave the viewer indifferent, but rather will cause them to come to me again and again, to see the continuation of my stories.
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