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  1. The Sea

    From the album Marine Resonances

    © Oana

  2. Alain Picard, 1974

    Alain Picard, 1974 | Portrait /Figurative /Landscape painter Alain Picard earned a BA in illustration from Western CT State University and went on to study at the Art Student's League in New York City. Picard cites Sargent, Degas, and Sorolla among his artistic influences. A love of light and beauty are immediately apparent in his pastel and oil paintings. Alain's work has been featured in such publications as The Artist's Magazine and The Pastel Journal. He has garnered top awards* throughout the Northeast in esteemed exhibitions including the Portrait Society of America, the Hudson Valley Art Association, the Connecticut Society of Portrait Artists, the Connecticut Pastel Society and the Pastel Society of America. Alain is a Signature Member of the Pastel Society of America as well as the Connecticut Pastel Society where he serves as President. In 2004, The Artist's Magazine highlighted Alain as one of 20 contemporary artists "On the Rise". He later won the Best Portfolio Award* at the 2009 Portrait Society of America Conference in Washington, DC. A frequent workshop instructor and demonstrator for art associations, schools, galleries and museums, Alain was recently invited to demonstrate a portrait in pastel at The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City. He lives with his wife and two sons in Southbury, Connecticut. FOR MORE SUCH ARTISTS' & ARTWORKS FOLLOW SUJITH PUTHRAN
  3. 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/
  4. Vicente Romero, 1956 | Figurative painter

    Vicente Romero, 1956 | Figurative painter FOR MORE SUCH ARTISTS' & ARTWORKS FOLLOW SUJITH PUTHRAN
  5. Alfred Stevens ~ Academic Classical painter FOR MORE SUCH ARTWORKS & ARTISTS' FOLLOW ++++++++++++ SUJITH PUTHRAN
  6. New to Artbyte

    Hello Artbyte Community! Just joined this forum, think it´s a great idea we use internet to publish our artworks. Am curious about the developments planned for the upcoming future! Am happy to be part of this! my pages where you can see some of my artwork are here: http://www.zolart.de http://www.flickr.com/zolarone check out my first artist entry here : Greetings Zolar AJ7AHNNgoHptWwdVYcxLJg8F98EP7wnJpz
  7. Congratulations to Strawberry Singh, this week's ArtByte Artist Showcase Winner! She has been a resident of the virtual world Second Life™ since May 9th, 2007. She is an award winning blogger and vlogger, covering fashion, lifestyle and culture via her Second Life blog. She is the winner of 5,000 ArtByte and will be featured all week on our 150,000+ social media community! See more of her work on the ArtByte Forum here:
  8. H. Momo Zhou, 1981 | Figurative painter

    H. Momo Zhou, 1981 | Figurative painter Born in Guangzhou, China, Awarded painter H. Momo Zhou has followed in her family footsteps of creating fine artistic works. Her parents, highly respected professors of fine arts at the prestigious Guangzhou University of Art, China, nurtured Momo’s unique gift of spatial awareness of color, juxtaposition of line form, and a broad brush stroke of creativity. Her images embody the quintessential nuances of romanticism, realism and impressionism. H. Momo Zhou is a traditional fine artist who is currently capturing the beauty of human form and landscape on canvas. Natural beauty is the focus on every painting of hers. She was a finalist of the Bold Brush Competition in July 2012. Was chosen for the Salon International Jury Show on 2010 and 2012, Awarded artist of the week from Los Gatos Artist Association, and has a solo show in Vida Y Vino Wine Bistro in April, 2010. She was also featured in group shows at the Academy of Art galleries on several occasions. H. Momo Zhou received her BFA from Academy of Art University of San Francisco and currently resides in the city of San Mateo, California. Awards 2016 Award of Excellence - Oil Painters of America Salon Show at the Castle Gallery; 2016 Showing at the San Francisco Women in the Arts - Artist Choice awards; 2015 Finalist - Figure - International Artist Magazine Yearly Competition; 2013 4th place - Self Portrait - Portrait Society of America; 2013 Honorable Mention - Figure - Portrait Society of America; 2013 1st place - Figure - San Mateo County Art Competition; 2012 Artist of the year - Burlingame Artist Society; 2012 Finalist - Figure - Boldbrush Competition; 2012 1st Place - Figure - Burligame Art Society; 2012 Popular Choice - Figure - Burligame Art Society; 2012 Honorable Mention - Burlingame Art Society; 2011 1st place - Figure - Los Gatos Art Association. FOR MORE SUCH ARTWORKS & ARTISTS' FOLLOW SUJITH PUTHRAN
  9. This week's ArtByte Artist Showcase Winner is painter, Fabian Zolar from Germany! He is the winner of 5,000 ArtByte and will be featured all week on our 150,000+ art community! Street Art How Fabian describes his work: "I am freelance visual artist from Germany. My work is all about the contemporary world we live in. Starting with Graffiti and Streetart in 1995, my style is heavily influenced by that. As well , still working on the streets with the direct connection to people, who don´t have to cross a gallery door to see my artwork, is a big inspiration and part of my work. Last years I spent many hours on working to find abstract patterns that underly letter Graffiti, found different patterns, and one of these you can see in the image posted. It is painted with acrylics on canvas and measures about 150x150 cm." You can see more of his work on the ArtByte Forum here.
  10. 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
  11. Is This True?? artist life ???

    is this true ??
  12. Check out this great post by one of the leading Second Life & VR bloggers, explaining ArtByte: https://strawberrysingh.com/2018/05/10/artbyte/
  13. This week's ArtByte Artist Showcase Winner is Tina M. Ernspiker, Photographer! She is the winner of 5,000 ArtByte and will be featured all week on our 150,000+ social media! See more of her work on the ArtByte Forum here.
  14. Jack Vettriano, 1951 | Realist / Figurative / Genre painter Born in Fife, Scotland, Jack Vettriano left school at sixteen to become a mining engineer. For his twenty-first birthday, a girlfriend gave him a set of watercolour paints and, from then on, he spent much of his spare time teaching himself to paint. In 1989, he submitted two paintings to the Royal Scottish Academy’s annual exhibition; both were accepted and sold on the first day. The following year, an equally enthusiastic reaction greeted the three paintings, which he entered for the prestigious Summer Exhibition at London’s Royal Academy and his new life as an artist began from that point on. Over the last twenty years, interest in Vettriano’s work has grown consistently. There have been sell-out solo exhibitions in Edinburgh, London, Hong Kong and New York. 2004 was an exceptional year in Vettriano’s career; his best known painting, The Singing Butler was sold at Sotheby’s for close to £750,000; he was awarded an OBE for Services to the Visual Arts and was the subject of a South Bank Show documentary, entitled "Jack Vettriano: The People’s Painter". From 1994-2007, Vettriano was represented by Portland Gallery in London but the relationship ended in June 2007. In 2008, Vettriano undertook a variety of private projects, including the launch of a new book, Studio Life, and commissions to paint portraits of Sir Jackie Stewart and Zara Phillips, the latter of which was part of a charity fund-raising project for Sport Relief, the experience of which was captured in a documentary broadcast on BBC1 in March 2008. In 2009, Vettriano was commissioned by the Yacht Club of Monaco to create a series of paintings to mark the centenary of their world famous yacht, Tuiga. The subsequent exhibition, "Homage a Tuiga", premiered in Monaco as part of Classic Yacht Week in September 2009, before touring to the UK in 2010. In 2010, an exhibition of over forty new paintings, "Days of Wine and Roses", was officially opened at the Kirkcaldy Museum & Art Gallery in Fife, by First Minister, the Rt Hon Alex Salmond SNP. The exhibition then toured to London, opening at Heartbreak in September 2010. In December 2011, Vettriano’s self-portrait, "The Weight", went on long-term display at the Scottish National Portrait Gallery in Edinburgh, when it re-opened after a major three-year refurbishment programme. A major Retrospective exhibition to mark 20 Years of Vettriano’s career, opened at Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum, Glasgow on the 21st September 2013 amd ran until 23rd February 2014. In April 2015, Vettriano established his own publishing company called Jack Vettriano Publishing Limited. Jack Hoggan, noto come Jack Vettriano (Methil, 17 novembre 1951), è un pittore Scozzese di origini italiane, onorato da Elisabetta II d'Inghilterra con l'Ordine dell'Impero Britannico (OBE). Biografia Cresce nella città industriale di Methil, Scozia. La sua è una famiglia povera: "dovevo dividere un unico letto con mio fratello maggiore" racconta; così il futuro artista è spinto a lavorare fin da ragazzino. Lasciati gli studi a 16 anni, diviene apprendista minerario e comincia a dipingere negli anni settanta con un set di acquerelli ricevuti in regalo per il suo ventunesimo compleanno. I suoi primi quadri sono firmati Jack Hoggan e sono più che altro riproduzioni di impressionisti. Dopo quattordici anni riesce ad esibire le sue opere professionalmente. Nel 1988 si sente infatti pronto ad esibire i suoi quadri in pubblico e presenta due opere alla mostra annuale della Royal Scottish Academy. Entrambe vengono vendute il primo giorno della mostra e Vettriano riceve immediatamente numerose offerte da varie gallerie artistiche. Il successo contribuisce al declino del suo primo rapporto coniugale e il pittore decide quindi di trasferirsi a Edimburgo, cambiando anche nome in Vettriano, derivazione dal cognome da nubile della madre, Vettraino, figlia di un emigrante italiano che agli inizi del '900 partì da Belmonte Castello nella Valle di Comino (Frosinone), per andare a lavorare nelle miniere di carbone nel nord della Scozia. Mostre e incassi Le città di Edimburgo, Londra, Hong Kong, Johannesburg, e New York hanno ospitato numerose sue mostre. I suoi quadri ricordano il genere film noir, spesso con tematiche romantiche e nudi in primo piano. I suoi lavori sono talvolta stati tacciati di populismo e definiti privi di immaginazione da alcuni critici d'arte. Vettriano è tuttavia uno dei pittori viventi più venduti internazionalmente. I suoi originali vengono valutati altissime cifre, ma sembra che le sue riproduzioni guadagnino addirittura di più. Il quotidiano The Guardian afferma che l'artista incassi 500.000 sterline all'anno in soli diritti d'autore per riproduzioni tipografiche. La sua opera più famosa, The Singing Butler, ogni anno viene regolarmente riprodotta su biglietti d'auguri in Gran Bretagna e vende più di qualsiasi altro artista. In Italia, molte sue opere sono state riprodotte su copertine di libri di letteratura moderna. Il 21 aprile 2004 l'opera originale The Singing Butler è stata venduta all'asta per 744.500 sterline. Nel novembre 1999, i lavori di Vettriano sono stati esposti per la prima volta a New York, esibiti alla International 20th Century Arts Fair. Una serie di sue opere è stata venduta per un totale superiore al milione di sterline in agosto 2007. L'opera più costosa è stata Bluebird at Bonneville, comprata per 468.000 sterline all'asta di Sotheby's tenutasi in Scozia, presso il Gleneagles Hotel. Jack Vettriano | Bluebird at Bonneville Vettriano mantiene laboratori d'arte in Scozia, Londra e Nizza. È stato rappresentato dalla Portland Gallery fino al 2007, suoi quadri sono stati acquistati da Jack Nicholson, Sir Alex Ferguson, Sir Tim Rice e Robbie Coltrane e altre importanti personalità. A tutt'oggi sono stati pubblicati cinque volumi sulla sua vita e opere, l'ultimo nel 2008 col titolo Studio Life. for more such Artworks and Artists' follow SUJITH PUTHRAN
  15. 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
  16. 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.
  17. interdimensional color wizard :)

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  18. 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.
  19. Serfijn Sein art

    From the album My art (Serfijn Sein)

    This painting was made for one of my dutch stories.
  20. 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:
  21. 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.
  22. 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
  23. 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
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