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    I AM NOT BLIND CHARCOAL ON PAPER FB: https://www.fb.com/sujithputhranartist artbyte address: AbcixgYXTTbXd2pgQhwhiYzKcpRFm2fcm4
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    This week's showcase winner is painter, John F Metcalf He is the winner of 5,000 ArtByte and will be featured all week on our 150,000+ social media! His work is "Inspired by the repetition and variation of nature, Circle Motifs are freehand digital creations using only a basic circle tool and color pallet." You can see more of his work on the ArtByte Forum here:
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    What is wrong

    We have had some staff turnover in the people who handled the bonus payments, So we apologize for the delays. If anyone else has not been paid a bonus, please email support@artbyte.me with your account details.
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    The Profile account is different from your forum account, you will need to create it. You can use the same email as your forum account if you want. If you are an artist, please upload your images to your profile.
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    Edward Mitchell Bannister | Tonalist painter FOR MORE SUCH ARTWORKS & ARTISTS' FOLLOW SUJITH PUTHRAN
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    Digital Artist

    Henlo. I'm Ten. An Animation student. I'm mainly focused on Digital Art. You can see my work here here and in https://pls-hire.me. Wallet: AVtLCVh8cZNReEF85sPpkG6DyzFB6LdGC7
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    As we announced previously, the ArtByte Foundation will be offering free profiles/galleries to artists and fans. Artists typically pay $5 - $30 a month for profile listings on art related sites. So this will be a significant cost savings to our users. The profiles are available to all members of the ArtByte community, both artists and fans. Artists can upload images, videos, and audio files. In addition to the site being free for members, artists will be able to receive tips, and sell their work for ArtBytes. This feature will be live in the next few weeks The profiles are now in Beta and we are asking artists and fans to test the application by creating profiles, uploading files if you are an artist, noting friends, making comments, etc. Also let us know additional features you would like There is a simple registration/login form here: https://www.artbyte.me/wp-login.php When you create a profile, your personal web site address will be in the form of www,artbyte.me/your_member_name. To view activity and interact with others, you can go here: https://www.artbyte.me/members/
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    ArtByte now listed on SimpleSwap

    ArtByte is now listed on SimpleSwap and can be exchanged directory for approximately 100 different cryptos! https://www.simpleswap.io/ We have tested a few ABY to BTC transactions and all is working fine. Forum members, please test some transactions as well.
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    The Sorcerer

    I love this. Will like to see more of this from you mate. Thanks
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    Vicente Romero, 1956 | Figurative painter FOR MORE SUCH ARTISTS' & ARTWORKS FOLLOW SUJITH PUTHRAN
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    Brian McCarthy| 1960 | Realist painter FOR MORE SUCH ARTISTS' & ARTWORKS FOLLOW SUJITH PUTHRAN
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    What is wrong

    I think this answer is valid to all posts in this thread. I've never had significant problems to receive my bonus. It's a manual process, so it takes a bit of time. Remember, this is not a salary.
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    From the album Painting on Wood

    40,5x25cm, 2018, oil and gouache on wood
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    Tina Cassati | Surrealist Fashion Berlin based artist Tina Cassati, makes COSTUMES (sculpture le mode and giardino di arte), ruffs, hats-, bags- and shoes-, jewelry objects into modern surreale digital-photo-art worlds and illustrations. She paints, sews, draws, photographs, digital collage (mixed media, collage, illustration). She does not care about genres. Her work is influenced by Renaissance, Baroque, Traditional Clothing (Folk Costumes) fairy tales. To her, fashion is fine art. Tina Cassati is very inspired of historical and particularly of Elizabethan costumes, eastern clothes, fairy tale, folklore as well as from the picture language of the Renaissance. The love for costume and before all to the theatre affects its work much. The fusion of philosophy, symbolism and different rituals from the past and the present as well as stories inspire the work of Tina Cassati, paired the whole with visions of the future. The result is provokant usually, permits only uncompromising enthusiasm or frightening. FASHION as ART FORM. She is currently working among others on the project - giardino di arte - this is a conceptual art project (current series), where selfmade costumes and objects (sculpture le mode) and photo-surreal art (mixed media) in combine with the nature takes place, the greatest source of inspiration of Tina Cassati. FOR MORE SUCH ARTWORKS & ARTISTS' FOLLOW SUJITH PUTHRAN
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    Alfred Stevens ~ Academic Classical painter FOR MORE SUCH ARTWORKS & ARTISTS' FOLLOW ++++++++++++ SUJITH PUTHRAN
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    Yana Movchan, 1971 | Magic Realism painter Ukrainian-born Canadian painter* Yanina (Yana) Movchan was born in Kiev. Yana’s sublime mastery of the technique and structure of Renaissance painting* combines with the instinctive symbolism* of "magical realism" to create a personal neo-realist idiom. Her work is formal, yet playful; contemporary, yet timeless; and joyous, yet mysterious, evocative and dreamlike. In Yana’s paintings, the intellectual and the emotional synthesize to form images that touch the viewer’s heart whilst issuing a challenge: there are deeper meanings to be unraveled, hidden clues amongst the hyper-real still lives, portraits and animal scenes; meanings which echo deep in the unconscious mind. Reviewers have compared Movchan’s work to Velasquez, Colville and Magritte*. Yana trained at the Ukrainian Art Academy. Her master’s thesis project (a triptych entitled "Life on Earth") won the Golden Fund Prize, the Academy’s highest art award*. Her work has featured in solo and group exhibitions in the Ukraine, Prague, London and Canada. She is based in Halifax, Canada, where she lives with her husband and two young sons. AWARDS 2007 - Glenn Gould Foundation commission. Commemorative portrait of the celebrated pianist to mark the 75th anniversary of his birth. 2001 - Best Painting Award*, Annual Juried Show, Toronto Outdoor Art Exhibition. 1995 - Golden Fund Prize (the highest art award in the Ukrainian Art Academy) for "Life on Earth" (triptych, oil on canvas). 1989 - Ukrainian Art Academy Award* of Excellence for "Thoughts of Harmony" (oil on canvas). Painting accepted into the National Art Museum of Ukraine collection. "Thoughts of Harmony" received the highest possible marks and was later purchased by the Museum. La pittrice Yanina (Yana) Movchan è nata a Kiev, Ucraina. La sua pittura di stampo rinascimentale si combina col "realismo magico" creando un personalissimo stile neo-realista. Il suo lavoro è stato paragonato da molti critici a quello di Velasques, Colville e Magritte. Ha tenuto mostre personali e collettive in Ucraina, Praga, Londra e Canada. Ha sede a Halifax, Canada, dove vive con il marito e due figli. FOR MORE SUCH ARTWORKS & ARTISTS' FOLLOW SUJITH PUTHRAN
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    Venice Biennale 2019 Takes the Title ‘May You Live in Interesting Times’ Venice Biennale curator Ralph Rugoff, left, and Venice Biennale president Paolo Baratta. The 58th edition of the Venice Biennale, which will open in May 2019, will carry the title “May You Live in Interesting Times,” an allusion to periods of uncertainty, crisis, and turmoil. The name comes from a speech given in the late 1930s by Austen Chamberlain, a member of British Parliament, in which he cited what had wrongly been understood as an ancient Chinese curse. In a statement, the curator of the 2019 Venice Biennale, Ralph Rugoff, said, “At a moment when the digital dissemination of fake news and ‘alternative facts’ is corroding political discourse and the trust on which it depends, it is worth pausing whenever possible to reassess our terms of reference.” About the title’s provenance as an aged curse with a note of wryness in it, Rugoff said, “In this case it turns out that there never was any such ‘ancient Chinese curse,’ despite the fact that Western politicians have made reference to it in speeches for over a hundred years. It is an ersatz cultural relic, another Occidental ‘Orientalism,’ and yet for all its fictional status it has had real rhetorical effects in significant public exchanges.” Rugoff hinted at a change to the exhibition structure of the upcoming Biennale to deemphasize the art object and feature forms of playfulness in the interest of “deep involvement, absorption, and creative learning that art makes possible.” The show will also focus, he said, on that which “may be off-limits, under-the-radar, or otherwise inaccessible for various reasons.” “Artists who think in this manner offer alternatives to the meaning of so-called facts by suggesting other ways of connecting and contextualizing them,”Rugoff said. “An exhibition should open people’s eyes to previously unconsidered ways of being in the world and thus change their view of that world.” In his statement, Rugoff said art all on its own cannot stop the rise of nationalism, end authoritarian governments, or help those who have been displaced. “But in an indirect fashion,” he said, “perhaps art can be a kind of guide for how to live and think in ‘interesting times.’ The 58th International Art Exhibition will not have a theme per se, but will highlight a general approach to making art and a view of art’s social function as embracing both pleasure and critical thinking.” “Ultimately, Biennale Arte 2019 aspires to the ideal that what is most important about an exhibition is not what it puts on display, but how audiences can use their experience of the exhibition afterwards, to confront everyday realities from expanded viewpoints and with new energies,” he added.
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    yes the problem was solved by itself)
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    Btc makes new ATH(all time high)

    No doubt about that at all. My fear is about some altcoins that would disappear into the thin air.
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    Btc makes new ATH(all time high)

    Am certainly sure of it,if things works well,we shall reach a new all time high end of the year or early next year
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    Hello everyone!

    Welcome to the forum. Endeavor to add your ArtByte wallet address to your post.
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    New ArtByter!

    Welcome Jessy. Great to have you here.
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    Update on Forum Rank Bonuses

    Congrats to all the members who are active and have been doing their part to gain more points and leveling up on the Artbyte forum and hopefully we all meet at the top!
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    New ArtByter!

    Welcome aboard! Feel free to share your artworks also on the forums, as not everyone here has access to all social media networks, but we can all see what's shared on the ABY forums! Hope you like your stay with us, and if there's anything you need help with, don't hesitate to ask!
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    John F Metcalf - Circle Motifs

    It's lucid dreaming...
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    New ArtByter!

    Hey Jessique, it's nice to meet you! Welcome to the ArtByte community. Some tips: For starters, be sure to add your ArtByte wallet address to your post (and in your profile's 'about' section). Once you've done that, we'd love to see your portraits and abstract art, so please make a post in the Artist Listing subforum that suits you best (Painter, for example), with some examples of your work, maybe even a link to your portfolio.
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    where is it easier to buy ABY?

    LiteBit doesn't take cards, and for SEPA transfers they only charge 0.16 euros and their own fee is like 2%, so it's much cheaper that to purchase BTC first, transfer that, and then pay for Bittrex. Obviously SEPA is not available for people outside of Europe, so that limits their usefulness for many, but even with their own cut it's still much cheaper.
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    they try there best,better than germany,lol
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    unfortunately modern man is not interested in visiting museums, it's easier to sit at home and watch TV. The society is degrading ((
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    Denis Chernov, 1978 | Figurative painter Denis Chernov was born in Sambir, Lviv province, Ukraine. He lives and works in Kharkiv after graduating from Kharkiv Art College, in 1998, Kharkiv State Academy of Design and Arts (Chair of Graphic Art), in 2004. He regularly participates in artistic exhibitions, both in Ukraine and abroad. Most of Denis Chernov’s artworks are kept in private collections in Ukraine, Russia, Italy, England, Spain, Greece, France, USA, Canada and Japan. Some works have been sold at 'Christie's. He works in a wide range of graphic and painting techniques, though his favorite is pencil drawing, which covers such as landscape, portrait, figure, genre compositions, book illustration, literary and historic reconstructions and fantasy. In 2004-2006 he held a studying workshop at Kharkiv Art College, at present he is a lecturer in drawing at Kharkiv State Academy of Design and Arts. Since 1998, has taken part in numerous research studies and conferences in aesthetics and philosophy, at the same time fruitfully participating in art shows. Since 2006, he is one of the co-founders of an artistic society “INSIGHT”. 2008 - member of All-Ukrainian Union of Artists. Denis Chernov was awarded the medal “Talent and Vocation” by the “Peacemaker” Worldwide Alliance. International 2008/2009 ARC Salon, the Third Place & Honorable mention - Drawing Category. FOR MORE SUCH ARTWORKS & ARTISTS FOLLOW SUJITH PUTHRAN
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    What is wrong

    Thanks for your enlightenment. I'm having 2 rank bonus not paid as well but still believe I'll be paid at the right time.
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    What a cheering news,am glad to read it and hope this would bring massive pump up we have being waiting for.
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    Exactly this. Nobody wants to use a currency with too much deflation, which has been the problem with Bitcoin. I would much prefer $1 BTC to $100 BTC if the latter had much volatility.
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    John Poppleton | Bodyscapes ‎painter John Poppleton was born and raised in the suburbs of Sacramento, CA. He was introduced to photography during his junior year of high school in 1988. He pursued all areas of photography very passionately as a hobby until becoming a professional portrait photographer in 1993, after several friends convinced him to photograph their weddings. It has always been John’s goal to create something original and different but fantasy portraits were never part of the plan. "I wasn’t looking for it, it found me", recalls John. "Around 2003 Photoshop introduced a new tool called liquify and just to show what it could do I stretched a brides ears and turned her into an elf. ("Lord of the Rings" was in theatres about this time.) It turned out so nice I put a copy in my portfolio and it just evolved from there. But things really took off when the owner of a faerie collectable store asked me to create 12 images for a calendar. That’s what gave me the biggest push". In 2010, while suffering from a sleepless night in a hotel room bed, John received his inspiration for using black light and he was off on what has become the biggest adventure of his career. John has received numerous awards for his wedding and fantasy portraits through the WPPI (Wedding & Portrait Photographers International) and was featured as "Studio of the Month" in their February 2004 publication. His work has been featured in Bill Hurter’s books "The Best of Wedding Photography - Third Edition", "Master Posing Guide for Wedding Photographers" and "The Best of Senior Portrait Photography" all published by Amherst Media. His faerie art was also featured in Faerie Magazine’s Winter 2005 issue as well as an eight page article in the Oct. 2011 issue of "Rangefinder" magazine. John now lives in the quiet little town of Wellsville in Northern Utah, with his lovely wife Becky and their three children. P'artista Americano John Poppleton è nato a Sacramento, California, e fin dal primo anno di liceo è rimasto completamente affascinato dalla fotografia e dall'arte. Bodyscpaes viene dalla fusione della parola "body", corpo, e "scapes", da landscapes, paesaggi. Quelli che l’artista dipinge sui corpi delle modelle sono veri e propri paesaggi, per lo più selvaggi, come il profilo della Savana, le aurore boreali, le forseste e i vulcani, ma anche creazioni del tutto visionarie. Nel 2010, nel corso di una notte insonne nella camera di un hotel, John ebbe l’idea di usare la lampada di Wood (una sorgente luminosa che emette radiazioni elettromagnetiche prevalentemente nella gamma degli ultravioletti e, in misura trascurabile, nel campo della luce visibile) cominciando quella che sarebbe stata la più grande avventura della sua carriera. "Ho sempre subito il fascino della meraviglia della natura: mi sono lasciato ispirare dalle gradazioni e dai colori del tramonto, dall'eccitazione e dal batticuore che anticipa l’arrivo di un fulmine… …dalle maestose cascate che rendono sublime il panorama della montagna, riflettendosi nei laghetti sottostanti. Dal fascino inquietante dell’Aurora Boreale, all'abilità artistica di vedere attraverso l’universo". Usando materiale temporaneamente fluorescente, le scene sono dipinte direttamente sulla pelle e fotografate in pose che rendono questa particolare arte unica nel suo genere. L'artista californiano John Poppleton è capace di far diventare i corpi di modelle in vere e proprie opere d'arte. La tecnica particolare del bodypainting dai colori brillanti e fluorescenti sta nella scelta di colori ultravioletti sui corpi delle modelle che vengono illuminati da una luce nera, ovvero una fonte luminosa che emette radiazioni ultraviolette. Con questa luce John Poppleton fotografa le modelle dopo aver dipinto i paesaggi sul loro corpo e l’effetto finale è veramente sorprendente. FOR MORE SUCH ARTWORKS & ARTISTS' FOLLOW SUJITH PUTHRAN
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    Blue Whales

    Well done, great job!
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    Blue Whales

    excellent video,so awesome,incredible
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    From the album crossed soul

    work done in 2013
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    Title: Meditation Medium: Watercolor on Paper Size : 68.5 x 53 cms "Meditation is the highest form of control over your mind, ballet is the art of attaining the highest form of discipline over the body" do comment if you like my artworks
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    Betta fish III

    Great work!!! Great colours!
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    Colouring a Seahorse in Photoshop

    I really love this format!
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    Colouring in Photoshop
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    bitcoin doesnot show any upward movement

    I don't want to be like ParabolicTrav but you've started before 98% of the people. Don't worry.
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    awesome video,am impressed.keep it up
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    I do not know about other coins, but for all my time work with ABY now the lowest price. I think it's time to buy!
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    Colouring a Seahorse in Photoshop

    interesting video, thanks for sharing with us
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    bitcoin doesnot show any upward movement

    Well, who knows? We're young, we will see it.
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    Works by Victoria Nefedova

    I want to show you some more works of my friend Works by Victoria Nefedova. I showed her your comments and I want to say that she is very happy and grateful to you for such kind words))
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    Like a head painting