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Found 21 results

  1. Daily Quotes

    The Open-minded see the truth in Different things, the Narrow-Minded see only the Differences
  2. Is This True?? artist life ???

    is this true ??
  3. Healthy Food - It's what keeps us alive

    By donating Artbyte to this address you can support the work and ideas i share with you! ATL9Mj2g8iAbFPAticaPwD4vGdqAgnPEav
  4. Lost in noise- new painting

    Hello, I am painter. I would like to introduce you one of my new painting: Lost in noise, 160x180cm, acrylic on canvas, 2017 link to my webpage for more information about my work: www.marekjarotta.sk ArtByte address: AT4iEzKcH5GUEPVmxQMHbPeMK5WchSNF6p
  5. If you have read my earlier posts you can see that I talk a lot about sacred geometry. This is a symbolic representation of the Metatrons-Cube which composes of over 70,000 individual dots which took me 310 days to complete. Metatrons-Cube is one of the most powerful tools to attract positive energy into this realm and is a symbolic representation of formation of life itself, which formed due to the 5 elements of nature Air, Fire, Water,Earth and Cosmos. Metatrons-Cube is a 3 dimensional figure which composes all the 5 platonic solids which are the fundamentals of any living being. The formal charting of platonic solids predates the dawn of civilization itself so we do not know when this symbol came into existence which is quite stunning if you ask me! Sacred geometry revolves around the belief that through geometric form, one can gain an understanding of the nature of the world around us and the universe as a whole. Plato who lived in the time of in his book, Timaeus, written in approximately 350 BC, Plato first described these solids, linking them to different elements of reality. The tetrahedron, containing four sides, and actually found twice within Metatron’s cube (the star tetrahedron is a combination of two tetrahedrons), is used to represent fire. The cube, containing six sides, and also found twice within Metatron’s cube, represents the earth. The octahedron, containing eight sides, represents the air. The icosahedron, containing twenty sides, represents the water. Finally, the dodecahedron, containing twelve sides, is used to represent the cosmos.
  6. Adam Stennett - Painter from NY

    Adam Stennett Adam Stennett (born 1972 in Kotzebue, Alaska) is an internationally exhibited American painter based in Brooklyn, New York best known for his hyperrealist works. He was raised in Oregon and received his Bachelor of Arts degree in from Willamette University in Salem.For several years he was the assistant to the painter Damian Loeb. His work has been the subject of three solo exhibitions at the gallery 31Grand in 2004, 2005 and 2007.In 2013 his outdoor installation transferred indoors aka his "Survival Shack" was the basis for an exhibition at the Glenn Horowitz Bookseller space in East Hampton, New York and received widespread press coverage. Education Willamette University, Salem, Oregon, BA, 1994, English / Studio Art Solo Exhibitions 2018 GALLERY POULSEN, Copenhagen, Denmark, Adam Stennett: Water Paintings, May 26 - July 1. 2016 PIONEER WORKS, Brooklyn, NY, Adam Stennett: Survival Paintings, February 11 - March 31. 2016 PIONEER WORKS, Brooklyn, NY, Adam Stennett: Arctic Artist Survival Shack Project, February 1 - 29. 2013 GLENN HOROWITZ, East Hampton, NY, Adam Stennett: Survival, Evasion and Escape (The Artist's Studio), September 7 - October 28. 2011 THE GATEWOOD GALLERY AT UNCG, Greensboro, NC, Adam Stennett: Mind Control and Other Magic Tricks, October 29 - November 12. 2008 GLENN HOROWITZ, East Hampton, NY, Adam Stennett: Off the Grid, April 12 - May 22. 2007 31GRAND, 143 Ludlow Street, New York, NY, Adam Stennett: Use Only as Directed, October 11 - November 10. 2005 31GRAND, Brooklyn, NY, Adam Stennett: Hold Me Down and Under, November 18 - January 29, 2006. 2004 SCOPE LONDON, 31Grand, Adam Stennett: New Video Work, October 15 - 18. 2004 31GRAND, Brooklyn, NY, Adam Stennett: Before the Accident, April 24 - May 23. Adam Stennett. Opium Tea (Papaver somniferum). 2008. Acrylic on paper, 30 x 44 inches Adam Stennett. Girl in Water Diagonal. 2016. Oil on wood, 48 x 72 inches
  7. Your go to for Artist's Block.

    I didn't notice a thread in here yet on my quick look through about what people do to break up the monotony that my invade your artistic endeavors. You know, the things you rely on to pull you through when you are in a rut and can't find a way out creatively. If that isn't part of the artist's life I don't know what is. What activity do you find is your 'go to' when you need a breather, or what do you do to clear your head. For myself I'll watch a movie or play some online or board games with friends if they are around, but what works best to both relax me and get my brain juices flowing again is cooking. I always try something new and I find that making creative meals and dishes helps with my overall creativity afterward. Plus it helps to think on a full stomach, as I can find myself missing meals if I focus too hard and zone out on working. I also started doing some home brewing a while back, which is an art in itself. I have a mead two weeks into fermentation as I type. I figure it is both a good topic to share tips and ideas, and people might find some new connections or common interests; maybe find a buddy to play online games with or share recipes or something, who knows. Building an artist community is all about those connections, which can lead to create collaborative artworks. Here is one of the brews I made a little over a year or two back. It was nice and smooth, with a mellow bite of hops and sweet fruit flavors. It may not be because of this, but I started working freelance in earnest soon after this beer... just saying.
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    My Recent project for the lovely couple.Capturing their new phase of life.May God keep their hearts filled with same warmth & this pretty smile on their faces... #Anurag.picz #photo_world
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    My Recent project for the lovely couple.Capturing their new phase of life.May God keep their hearts filled with same warmth & this pretty smile on their faces... #Anurag.picz #photo_world
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    My Recent project for the lovely couple.Capturing their new phase of life.May God keep their hearts filled with same warmth & this pretty smile on their faces... #Anurag.picz #photo_world
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    My Recent project for the lovely couple.Capturing their new phase of life.May God keep their hearts filled with same warmth & this pretty smile on their faces... #Anurag.picz #photo_world
  12. Quotes - life

    Post your quote that you favorite here Me go first : whoever is trying to bring you down is already below you
  13. Adaptation III

    From the album Sculpture

    All life forms exemplify an evolutionary dynamism and resilience to dissolution. In both the realm of the monstrous and in the minute, change and adaptability have paved the way for our continued existence. The Adaptation series takes an abstract look at the minute building blocks of life as they begin to form.
  14. Quote of the day

    We make a living by what we get, But we make a life by what we give.
  15. Youn can make it in life

    Who said you cannot make it in life!
  16. Another ArtWooorks

    Dears all, See the link bellow to my gallery where I have uploaded three more samples of my work. Please check it out and let me know your thoughts! Art, Love and Light to everyone! <3 Rufus Jhonson / xxxkull
  17. The Vitruvian Serpent

    From the album Symboools, FFFlags and Patterns

    *** ArtByte account: AVkKEn52GeazLPAatEDBWpsDYxuGYX37aa *** That is another artwork, please let me know your opinion about it.... <(O)> The Vitruvian Serpent<(O)> ~ "An homage to DaVinci's Vitruvian Man from 1490 and the divine proportions and mind expansion that its represents and also described first By Vitruvio, however, instead of Man and its divine and perfect proportions, I used the Serpent as a mean of representing the humam figure and all its imperfection and duality involved, as well the Sacred movement of the three Serpents, which triggers the perfect movement and necessary symbology of Creation and Light" ~ Acrylic painting on canvas 40x40cm By Rufus Jhonson http://xxxkull.com/ http://rufusjhonson.com/ https://www.instagram.com/rufus.jhonson/ https://www.facebook.com/rufus.jhonson/
  18. From the album Mysteries oof the Wooorld

    *** ArtByte account: AVkKEn52GeazLPAatEDBWpsDYxuGYX37aa *** That is my last artwork, please let me know your opinion about it.... ...it is concerning this ancient passage, see as follow: <(O)> Il Paradiso: Il modello della Genesi <(O)> ~ "...and to all the animals on the Earth, and to every bird of the Sky and to every creature that creepeth upon the Earth, wherein there is the Breath oof Life - I have given every Sacred Pattern for food”; and it was so [because He - The Dark Monolith - cooommanded it]." ~ - Ancient Hidden Scripture (The Hidden One) Oil painting on panel 30x50x5cm By Rufus Jhonson http://xxxkull.com/ http://rufusjhonson.com/ https://www.instagram.com/rufus.jhonson/ https://www.facebook.com/rufus.jhonson/
  19. Jooourney tooo Eternity

    From the album Mysteries oof the Wooorld

    Artwork about the long Journey - as per the legend, for about 700 reincarnation the soul and spirit has to complete in order to learn all the necessary knowledge and life experiences and transcend to another Realm - that every living being has to do in order to achieve the all Sacred Eternal Life. ArtByte account: AVkKEn52GeazLPAatEDBWpsDYxuGYX37aa AVkKEn52GeazLPAatEDBWpsDYxuGYX37aa
  20. Exploring

    From the album My Own Little World

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