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renietan:

wake up america
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renietan:

wake up america

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stavelsketch:

"Filled with an enormous sense of well-being", 2014
Oct 15

stavelsketch:

"Filled with an enormous sense of well-being", 2014

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Oct 14

asylum-art:

The Art of Matthew Grabelsky

Facebook | Saatchi Art

A native New Yorker, I grew up surrounded by artists. In college I studied astrophysics, which taught me how to observe the world, and art, which allowed me to express my relationship to it. After graduating from Rice University in 2002 with both a BA in Art and Art History and a BS in Astrophysics I moved to Florence, Italy where I spent four years studying the techniques of classical drawing and painting.

Since completion of my studies in 2006 I have focused on creating meticulously rendered oil paintings and carefully modeled wire mesh sculptures that juxtapose the “real” world with that of the subconscious. My work blurs the line between what we see around us in contemporary society with that of the imagination and dreams, bringing attention to the numerous and yet often unnoticed absurdities of daily life.

Oct 14

asylum-art:

  Zhong Ying’s Icons, Contemporary Sculptures

Shi Zhongying’s to be Presented  at Red Gate Gallery

Oct 18 – Nov 20 2014

To be a sculptor, especially these days, I believe you must have a varied background in reserve as well as insight, apart from having an unwavering concept of your own personal values. It is not necessary that each and every one of these insights and background experiences be rationally deployed, but I do believe they remain in our subconscious, and if the opportunity arises they will surface and inspire wisdom in us.

Sculpture for me was one such important opportunity that, in turn, shaped me. Since 1999, I’ve been mainly working on using various types of grids as my main material to produce symbolic abstract shapes that I use to convey metaphysical meanings. But during the first two or three years I didn’t realize that my works contained Zen Buddhist meanings, and it was only as a result of conversations with friends and teachers that my curiosity was aroused and I began to learn about Buddhism and Buddhist studies and especially about its religious and philosophical thought. For me the resonance of great wisdom, especially that of Buddhism, had a most profound effect, and its great ideas in turn deeply influenced and inspired my sculpture, my outlook on life, and my values.

vasilyt:

Ludivine Corominas
Oct 14

vasilyt:

Ludivine Corominas

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tyleroakley:

thank you for setting that up for us

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