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  1. This week's ArtByte Artist Showcase Winner is AESPA (Alberto Esparz, a Chilean freelance artist! He is the winner of 5,000 ArtByte and will be featured all week on ArtByte's 150,000+ social media! See more of his work on the ArtByte Forum here
  2. Is This True?? artist life ???

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  3. Check out this great post by one of the leading Second Life & VR bloggers, explaining ArtByte: https://strawberrysingh.com/2018/05/10/artbyte/
  4. jamie lynn - .jpg

    From the album Portraits

    As the delivery man knocked, she listened. An open window next the front door was unavoidable temptation. As he stuck his head through the opening, she watched. He began to enter. Half-way, caught his trousers on a nail, awry in the sill. Wiggling to free himself, she thought of a fly; web-stuck, easy prey. Two kitchen carving knives, spider's fangs - she bit...and bit and bit and bit and bit. One was probably enough, but, you know how it is - young, American, impulsive. Like a totally cool Bowie song - just badly written.
  5. interdimensional color wizard :)

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  6. This week's Artist Showcase winner is ovko, a contemporary visual artist from the USA! He is the winner of 5,000 ArtByte and will be featured all week on ArtByte's 150,000+ social media! You can see more of his work here on the ArtByte Forum.
  7. Serfijn Sein art

    From the album My art (Serfijn Sein)

    This painting was made for one of my dutch stories.
  8. Spring Artist Tipping Festivals on Twitter & Reddit start Monday April 23! Tip your favorite artist and receive double back! Details for Twitter: Details for Reddit:
  9. This week's ArtByte Artist Showcase Winners is Skip Staheli, a photographer working in virtual worlds. His work is currently showing in the Paris Metro Gallery in Second Life. He is the winner of 5,000 ArtByte and will be featured all week in ArtByte's 150,000+ social media! The Paris Metro Art Gallery is hosting a series of various images of the artist, and in particular, those placed on the ground floor, are relevant to the winter season. See more of his work on the ArtByte Forum here.
  10. Hey everyone my name is Melissa Kellie and this is my introduction. I'm a singer/songwriter from Australia and i'm super excited to start my journey with you all A little bit about me I started singing when i was 5 years old, I was born in New Zealand i'm half english and i'm living in Australia. Thanks so much for watching Wallet: ANH1ZXYw3J7KQNNUgVFWyzNyQ9GVJyeeLP ~ Melissa Kellie
  11. Michael Cheval, 1966 | Playhouse of Quintessence Michael Cheval | Gina Lollobrigida's portrait “Playhouse of Quintessence” series of paintings embodies Michael Cheval ’s philosophical reflections and his attempt to express a certain phenomena via limited means. At the core of this idea lies the principle of theatrical pantomime where the language of gestures is most important. The task was further complicated b...y the artist’s restriction to use only the face (or the mask) and the hands. Michael Cheval | New Rules of the New Game Each work expresses simple and clear notions that could be conveyed in one word. However, translated into the language of art, they acquire incredible wealth of undertones and meanings. Colors, gestures, suppleness of lines, cold and warm tones, light and shadow - this is the language of art that relates it to music. This is the universal language, language of the World! The artist began conducting his first experiments over ten years ago. But only now they solidified into a clearly defined concept and a philosophical base that made it possible to unify these paintings into the single “Playhouse of Quintessence” series. The number of works that make up this collection will grow with time. Royal Tango Fleeting Echo Of the Golden Age Dodocycle II Total Zugzwang For more such artworks & Artists' follow SUJITH PUTHRAN
  12. This week's showcase winner is musician, singer, songwriter, Tari Alfred from Nigeria! She is the winner of 5,000 ArtByte and will be featured all week in our 150,000+ social media community! Learn more about her work on the ArtByte Forum here.
  13. The ArtByte Spring Artist Festival starts on Twitter, Monday April 23, 2018. Artists & fans, tip an artist and receive double tips yourself! Support your favorite artists and earn for yourself, during ArtByte's Spring Artist Festival! How it works When you, as an artist or fan tip an artist on Twitter, the ArtByte Foundation will give you double the amount (up to 40). For example, if you tip another artist 20 ArtBytes, the foundation will give you 40! You can tip as many artists as you like during the sprin (up to 5 per day). You can tip any amount you like, we will reimburse the 1st 20 and double it (up to 20 bonus) Only one tip per artist. Need some ArtByte's to get started? We will also give you 20 ArtBytes to get started! Just tweet the following tweet to @ArtByteMe to get started: Example: (Note, be sure to type the whole link: "http://artbyte.me" not just "artbyte.me" in your tweet) Once you have some ArtBytes, go here to learn how to tip: http://tips.artbyte.me/ And your tipping tweets will be like this example: Rules Artists of all kinds (musicians, actors, painters, dancers, sculptors, film makers, directors, photographers, etc) can receive tips, but must have a link to their website (for verification) for the fan giving the tip to receive double back. You can only tip each artist once, and the double back bonus is limited to three tips per day. So if you tip more than three times a day, you will only get double back on the first three tipped each day. To join the event, your twitter account must be a legitimate account (showing consistent real activity), at least 6 months old, have a minimum of 100 tweets, and have a picture in the account icon. Bonuses are paid on tips given Monday - Friday. And will be paid manually, once per day, The reimbursed tip amount and the bonus amount will change from time to time based on the price of ArtByte. Want to know more about ArtByte? http://artbyte.me
  14. The ArtByte Spring Artist Festival on Reddit starts Monday, April 23 2018! Artists & fans, tip an artist and receive double tips yourself! Support your favorite artists and earn for yourself, during ArtByte's Spring Artist Festivals! How it works When you, as an artist or fan tip an artist on Reddit, the ArtByte Foundation will give you back double the amount (up to 40 ABY), when the tip is verified. On Reddit, if the artist does not claim their tip within 2 days, the tip is automatically refunded to you. For example, if you tip another artist 20 ArtBytes, the foundation will give you 40! You can tip as many artists as you like during the spring, but bonuses will only be paid on the first three each day. You can tip any amount you like, we will reimburse the 1st 20 and double it (up to 20 bonus) Only one tip per artist. Need some ArtByte's to get started? We will also give you 20 ArtBytes to get started! Just subscribe to our subreddit (https://www.reddit.com/r/ArtByte/) and post the following to get started: "I support artists!" Post this in the "I support artists" thread. Once you have some ArtBytes, to learn how to tip check out one of our Reddit threads regarding tipping artists, for example: You can tip artist who post in /r/art, /r/artstore, /r/pic, /r/WeAreTheMusicMakers Friday Feedback Thread Rules Artists of all kinds (musicians, actors, painters, dancers, sculptors, film makers, directors, photographers, etc) can receive tips, but must have a link to their website (for verification) for the fan giving the tip to receive double back. You can only tip each artist once, and the double back bonus is limited to three tips per day. So if you tip more than three times a day, you will only get double back on the first three tipped each day. To join the event, your reddit account must be a legitimate account (with consistent activity), at least 6 months old, and have a minimum of 25 karma. Bonuses are paid on tips given Monday - Friday and paid manually once per day. The reimbursed tip amount and the bonus amount will change from time to time based on the price of ArtByte. ArtByte Reddit: https://www.reddit.com/r/ArtByte/ Want to know more about ArtByte? http://artbyte.me
  15. Submerged Drummer | Watercolor on Paper

    Title: Submerged Drummer Medium: Watercolor on Paper Size: 73 x 50 cms Please do comment if you like my painting artbyte address: AbcixgYXTTbXd2pgQhwhiYzKcpRFm2fcm4
  16. Arnold Bocklin | Symbolist painter

    Arnold Bocklin | Symbolist painter Arnold Böcklin, (October 16, 1827, Basel, Switzerland - January 16, 1901, Fiesole, Italy), painter whose moody landscapes and sinister allegories greatly influenced late 19th-century German artists** and presaged the symbolism of the 20th-century Metaphysical and Surrealist artists. Although he studied and worked throughout much of northern Europe - Düsseldorf, Antwerp, Brussels, and Paris - Böcklin** found his real inspiration in the landscape of Italy, where he returned from time to time and where the last years of his life were spent. Böcklin first won a reputation with the large mural Pan in the Bulrushes (c. 1857), which brought him the patronage of the king of Bavaria. From 1858-1861, he taught at the Weimar Art School, but his nostalgia for the Italian landscape pursued him. After an interval during which he completed his mythological frescoes for the decoration of the Public Art Collection (Öffentliche Kunstsammlung), Basel, he settled in Italy and only occasionally returned to Germany, and then to experiment with flying machines. During his last two decades, Böcklin’s** work became increasingly subjective, often showing fabulous creatures or being based on dark allegorical themes, as in Island of the Dead (1880), which provided the inspiration for the symphonic poem The Isle of the Dead by the Russian composer Sergei Rachmaninoff. Such spectral scenes as his Odysseus and Calypso (1883) and The Pest (1898) reveal the morbid symbolism** that anticipated the so-called Freudian imagery of much 20th-century art. follow me for more such artworks, art genres, artists' SUJITH PUTHRAN
  17. This week's ArtByte Artist Showcase Winner is Oema Resident, a blogger, vlogger, and photographer in the virtual worlds Second Life and Sansar. She is the winner of 5,000 ArtByte and will be featured throughout ArtByte's social media this week. You can see more of her work and get the link to her blog & YouTube here on the ArtByte Forum
  18. This week's ArtByte Artist Showcase winner is visual artist, Sujith Puthran He is the winner of 5,000 ArtByte and will be featured all week on ArtByte's social media. From the artist's website: "Sujith is a sensitive and introspective artist with a penchant for the unusual and thought-provoking image. Within the apparent calm and stillness of his repertoire lie hidden, complex psychological elements of perfection, different facial expressions, variety of feelings. Such is the depth of his understanding, both of Sketching as well as painting. Sujith carves-out his private artistic temperament within his figurative art" You can see more of his work on the ArtByte Forum here.
  19. This week's ArtByte Artist Showcase Winner is painter, Vikram Jadhav, from India He is the winner of 5,000 ArtByte and will be featured all week on ArtByte's social media. "This work all about simplification and suggestive impressions of what you see and feel...one for the sunny day !!" You can see more of his work on the ArtByte Forum here.
  20. Hugo Urlacher | Portrait Painter

    Hugo Urlacher, 1958 | Portrait painter Hugo Urlacher was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina. He is considered a very accomplished portrait painter. During his career as a plastic artist, instead of focusing on art shows and exhibitions and depending on a middle person, he concentrated on commissioned works, while developing his own personal art. In this manner, he completed a great number of portraits of national and international figures. His personal work focuses exclusively on the human figure, following his classic aesthetic roots, with great influence from the impressionist realism, source of his ever present magical inspiration. The artists that have had the greatest influence in Urlacher’s works are: Degas, Vermeer, Miguel Angel Merisi, Rembrandt, and, above all, Diego Velazquez. Urlacher later ventured into the Sacred Art field, and has been painting for the past fourteen years altar pieces for Opus Dei oratories. He also completed works for several churches in Buenos Aires: “San Felipe Neri”, “San Vicente de Paul” and “San Cayetano”. In 2007-2008 Hugo Urlacher painted a portrait of Father Alberto Cutie. He also painted The 23 Virgins of the Americas at the church of St. Frances De Sales. Urlacher painted a portrait of Mother Adela Galindo, founder of The Pierced Hearts of Mary and Jesus. A total of six stained glass panels depicting various saints were created for their chapel and were all hand painted by Urlacher. It serves to mention he is also stained glass painter for Art Glass USA. He has been working with master stained glass artist Francisco Javier Da Silva Goncalves creating artistic designs of all kinds for over 27 years. Urlacher is also an expert engraver of plates for paper money, and an apprentice of the master Italian engraver Trento Cioninni, author of the five portraits in the current series of argentine paper money. Urlacher engraved plates for Argentine currency (the reverse of the one-hundred pesos bill, “The Campaign to the Dessert”) as well as plates for the currency of Paraguay, the Republic of Guinea, and Angola, among others. A large part of his paintings are of his own personal creations. These paintings and portraits form exciting additions to diverse private collections around the world. There are also many paintings and stained glass panels of religious works in many churches, chapels and other places of prayer that are on permanent public display. Due to Urlachers artistic expression and diversity in paintings, portraits, engravings on paper currency and stained glass, examples of his work can be found all over the world. Hugo Urlacher è nato il 30 ottobre 1958 a Buenos Aires, Argentina. Autodidatta, pittore della bellezza classica, ha iniziato a dipingere nel 1982 all’età di 24 anni. For more such artists' & artwork's follow SUJITH PUTHRAN
  21. Chinese Surrealist Painter | Du Kun

    DU Kun 杜昆, 1982 ~ Revels of the Rock Gods | Surrealist painter DU Kun /杜昆 born in Sichuan, China, in 1982. Under the influence of his art teacher father DU began studying painting from the age of four, later graduating from Beijing’s Central Academy of Fine Arts’ Oil Painting program. Today he works between Tianjin and Beijing as his base, and is particularly widely renowned as a young Chinese artist for his creativity and the brilliance of his techniques. Further, since his student days, in addition to his work as a painter DU Kun has been applying his talents in the field of music. He made his professional debut as a rock musician while still at art school, and has since frequently demonstrated his musical prowess. Developing from the city paintings of his early career which were pervaded by an atmosphere of intense mysticism, DU Kun has advanced toward a method of expression that makes use of allegories of religious aspects and contemporary societal criticism, as well as provoking rumination upon the actions of humanity. The artist began working on the ‘Gods of Rock Festival’ series in 2014, creating the works out of his own passion for rock music. While these are all portraits of rock musicians, within the portraits we see depicted tall pagodas (pavilions intend for rest or recreation), Confucian mausolea, Buddhist temples and other traditional Chinese architectural structures. Gods that appear in ancient legends, majestic mountain and cliffs, magnificent seas and rivers, roaring waterfalls and the leisurely twilight are woven together to create a subtle and unique world - a world in which both time and space, tradition and the avant-garde, music and painting are adroitly melted together. These works by DU Kun are masterfully original portraits, and surely they are also the sacred land that exists in the heart of every rock musician. DU Kun, artista di Pechino, amante del rock, influenzato ed intimorito dal potere del successo, dalla creazione della musica -lui stesso suona- e dall'aura che le star emanano. Da questa base parte la sua serie di dipinti “Revels of the Rock Gods” -in mostra a Tokyo fino a metà febbraio, ogni dipinto della serie è realizzato ad olio e raffigura il volto di un musicista come se fosse un tempio costruito a lui dedicato. I templi prendono in prestito elementi dal buddismo e dalla architettura confuciana, gli occhi diventano finestre, i rami, gli alberi o le cascate i capelli, la superficie diventa pelle, come le facciate di legno ornate con oro. FOR MORE SUCH ARTISTS' AND ARTWORKS FOLLOW SUJITH PUTHRAN
  22. Artist's Journey

    Artbyte Wallet: AdmDcPub315VGywtjyZWPWiSpQuCpvqgwd Hi everyone! My name is Wilfred Lee and I'm the creator of 'The Artist's Journey.' www.artistsjourney.org My goal as an artist has always been to improve my creative abilities, expand my mind, and share it with others. Drawing has helped my Life in many ways, and i'm here to help continue that and hopefully inspire others to help with their own Life. I currently live-stream my drawing on Twitch. The current series is called 'Pareidolia' It's where I start with a random scribble on a blank piece of paper and draw my way out of it. You can join in and watch it unfold from the beginning. I also do FREE Drawing events! https://www.twitch.tv/artistsjourney Here are some examples: If you like to see more of my work you can follow me on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/theartistsjourney/ My current goal is to do these drawings once a week and by the end of the year, create a book! The Artbyte community has been awesome and I'd love to get any support in making my passion my full-time job! Thanks!
  23. Vicente Romero | Figurative painter

    Vicente Romero, 1956 | Figurative painter ' For more such art-works & artists' follow SUJITH PUTHRAN
  24. Kazimir Malevich | Cubist/Geometric abstract painter Follow me for more such artists' & art-works SUJITH PUTHRAN
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