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  1. egg formed painting on wood

    From the album Painting on Wood

    19x13,5cm, 2018, oil and gouache on wood, my first peace of the east see trip inspired to paint not on rechtangle form, but on egg formed plates. Motive also east see inspired: sky and see with horizont and zenith. Other exemles will follow.
  2. Mindblown

    Teasing of my latest painting. Acrylic on canvas, 100x80cm:
  3. Painting figure in landscape

    From the album Painting on Wood

    40,5x25cm, 2018, oil and gouache on wood
  4. 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
  5. Detail from the Pic before

    From the album Painting on Wood

    © istvan seidel

  6. Introspection, oil painting

    Hi, I would like to share with you some stages of the painting process of my work called Introspection. Introspection Oil painting 40 x 5 cm. 2016 Drawing Grisaille Overpainting Finished work Detail Detail Framed Hanged Best regards to you all!! My wallet if you feel motivated to donate: AKgD6DN9N2YVPQ59Faa4sy5e1dMG9Z8Tm4 Thanks !!
  7. Hello Everybody! My Name is Fabian Zolar. 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. But this is not my only topic as my thinking and artistic work is about finding ways to express the contemporary world I am living in. (the patterns described above are one more tool on my way to get my vision materialized) You can see some of my artworks here : http://www.zolart.de http://www.flickr.com/zolarone http://www.steemit.com/@art21 Greetings! Zolar AJ7AHNNgoHptWwdVYcxLJg8F98EP7wnJpz
  8. Francesco Hayez / Shakespeare | The Kiss, 1859 | Art in Detail Let me not to the marriage of true minds Love is not love Which alters when it alteration finds, Or bends with the remover to remove: O no! it is an ever-fixed mark That looks on tempests and is never shaken; Non sia mai ch'io ponga impedimenti all'unione di anime fedeli; Amore non è Amore se muta quando scopre un mutamento o tende a svanire quando l'altro s'allontana. Oh no! Amore è un faro sempre fisso che sovrasta la tempesta e non vacilla mai; It is the star to every wandering bark, Whose worth's unknown, although his height be taken. Love's not Time's fool, though rosy lips and cheeks Within his bending sickle's compass come: Love alters not with his brief hours and weeks, But bears it out even to the edge of doom. If this be error and upon me proved, I never writ, nor no man ever loved. Non sia mai ch'io ponga impedimenti all'unione di anime fedeli; Amore non è Amore se muta quando scopre un mutamento o tende a svanire quando l'altro s'allontana. Oh no! Amore è un faro sempre fisso che sovrasta la tempesta e non vacilla mai; è la stella-guida di ogni sperduta barca, il cui valore è sconosciuto, benché nota la distanza. Amore non è soggetto al Tempo, pur se rosee labbra e gote dovran cadere sotto la sua curva lama; Amore non muta in poche ore o settimane, ma impavido resiste al giorno estremo del giudizio: se questo è errore e mi sarà provato, io non ho mai scritto, e nessuno ha mai amato. FOR MORE SUCH ARTISTS' & ARTWORKS FOLLOW SUJITH PUTHRAN
  9. Louis Treserras, 1958 | Hyperrealist painter French painter⏭, sculptor and photographer Louis Treserras claims to be a self taught painter. For 30 years he has been painting young and mysterious nude female models. His rigorous approach to artistic composition would almost compare to a science, like mathematics. His style remains however poetic an intimist, with a very distinct and soft range of colors. A contemporary artist with a highly classical technique, characteristic of the uncompromising self-taught artist. The looks, gestures and attitudes are all words we hear are deaf yet. Louis Treserras is a painter of his time, he explores his own emotions through his paintings. For nearly 30 years he painted nudes. Defining itself as a self-taught he has put his technical and almost mathematical approach to the body art of a deeply intimate and poetic. For him the artistic adventure began in childhood. In his paintings painted Treserras girls slender, a dreamer or faint. FOR MORE SUCH ARTISTS' & ARTWORKS FOLLOW SUJITH PUTHRAN
  10. Hello World!

    Hello everyone. My name is Rodrigo Lopes, aka Rodd Lopes. I'm from Brazil and have been drawing and painting since I was a small child. I never used traditional media, which means I've always used digital ways to create my art. Well, except for the time I was a child and used paper and pencil :). Today I paint and draw in Photoshop, Procreate (Ipad) and Sketchbook Pro. I don't have a certain recognizable style if you will. Some people say they can see something in common in all my artworks but I'm not so sure, I usually paint very different themes as Sci-Fi, landscapes, portraits etc. I really don't consider myself a professional artist, first because I don't work with art, I have a job which is quite far from creating art, secondly because I think I still have a long way to go, there are so many things I'm still struggling to learn. I'm a self-taught artist, actually I'm self-taught in pretty much all I know in life, English included. My mother language is Brazilian Portuguese. I like making friends and talking about art, movies, series and books. I'm outgoing and friendly towards everyone. I hope you guys like my artwork. Thanks for having me in this Forum. Below is my online gallery at Artstation: https://www.artstation.com/rodrigolopes THIS IS MY WALLET ADDRESS: ALDhjq8zvTDEF7n72ahTeDTHjMFwU91PxL
  11. ART lowers Stress

    Stress-related hormone cortisol lowers significantly after just 45 minutes of art creation Whether you’re Van Gogh or a stick-figure sketcher, a new Drexel University study found that making art can significantly reduce stress-related hormones in your body. Although the researchers from Drexel’s College of Nursing and Health Professions believed that past experience in creating art might amplify the activity’s stress-reducing effects, their study found that everyone seems to benefit equally. “It was surprising and it also wasn’t,” said Girija Kaimal, EdD, assistant professor of creative arts therapies. “It wasn’t surprising because that’s the core idea in art therapy: Everyone is creative and can be expressive in the visual arts when working in a supportive setting. That said, I did expect that perhaps the effects would be stronger for those with prior experience.” The results of the study were published in Art Therapy under the title “Reduction of Cortisol Levels and Participants’ Responses Following Art Making.” Kendra Ray, a doctoral student under Kaimal, and Juan Muniz, PhD, an assistant teaching professor in the Department of Nutrition Sciences, served as co-authors. “Biomarkers” are biological indicators (like hormones) that can be used to measure conditions in the body, such as stress. Cortisol was one such the hormone measured in the study through saliva samples. The higher a person’s cortisol level, the more stressed a person is likely to be. F or Kaimal’s study, 39 adults, ranging from 18 to 59 years old, were invited to participate in 45 minutes of art-making. Cortisol levels were taken before and after the art-making period. Materials available to the participants included markers and paper, modeling clay and collage materials. There were no directions given and every participant could use any of the materials they chose to create any work of art they desired. An art therapist was present during the activity to help if the participant requested any. Of those who took part in the study, just under half reported that they had limited experience in making art. The researchers found that 75 percent of the participants’ cortisol levels lowered during their 45 minutes of making art. And while there was some variation in how much cortisol levels lowered, there was no correlation between past art experiences and lower levels. Written testimonies of their experiences afterward revealed how the participants felt about the creating art. “It was very relaxing,” one wrote. “After about five minutes, I felt less anxious. I was able to obsess less about things that I had not done or need [ed]to get done. Doing art allowed me to put things into perspective.” However, roughly 25 percent of the participants actually registered higher levels of cortisol — though that wasn’t necessarily a bad thing. “Some amount of cortisol is essential for functioning,” Kaimal explained. “For example, our cortisol levels vary throughout the day — levels are highest in the morning because that gives us an energy boost to us going at the start of the day. It could’ve been that the art-making resulted in a state of arousal and/or engagement in the study’s participants.” Kaimal and her team believed, going into the study, that the type of art materials used by participants might affect cortisol levels. They thought that the less-structured mediums — using clay or drawing with markers — would result in lower cortisol levels than the structured — collaging. That, however, wasn’t supported by the results, as no significant correlation was found. The study did find a weak correlation between age and lower cortisol levels. Younger participants exhibited consistently lower cortisol levels after they’d created art. Those results made Kaimal wonder about how young college students and high school students deal with the stress that comes from academia — and how creative arts can help. “I think one reason might be that younger people are developmentally still figuring out ways to deal with stress and challenges, while older individuals — just from having lived life and being older — might have more strategies to problem-solve and manage stress more effectively,” Kaimal said. In light of that, Kaimal plans to extend the study to explore whether “creative self- expression in a therapeutic environment can help reduce stress.” In that study, other biomarkers like alpha amylase and oxytocin will also be measured to give a more comprehensive picture. Additionally, Kaimal also plans to study how visual arts-based expression affects end-of-life patients and their caregivers. “We want to ultimately examine how creative pursuits could help with psychological well-being and, therefore, physiological health, as well,” she said.
  12. Loui Jover | Abstract /Surrealist painter

    Loui Jover, 1967 | Abstract /Surrealist painter Loui Jover is an Australian based painter with a unique style of art. He basically uses ink on pages from vintage books to create eye-catching and emotionally charged images of women’s faces. His images also incorporate couples in intensely emotional states. His works have been hailed as truly creative and emotional. As an avid artist who draws every single day creating books of cartoons and drawings, Loui has travelled extensively all over Europe and Asia. "Dipingo, disegno, e lo faccio tutti i giorni". Loui Jover, pittore europeo emigrato in Australia, dipinge su fragili pagine di libri d'epoca per creare immagini emotivamente cariche di volti di donne accattivanti. L’artista ritrae scene melanconiche che risaltano notevolmente sulle pagine ingiallite. Lui stesso dice che "c’è un senso di fragilità in queste immagini che trovo interessante (come se il vento potesse soffiarle via in qualsiasi momento) e la mano che disegna rigide linee nere contro l’intricata selva di parole stampate nelle pagine del libro offre una strana fusione e profondità" e che "il significato di ciascuna illustrazione può essere interpretabile dall'osservatore e dalla propria immaginazione". FOR MORE SUCH ARTWORKS AND ARTISTS' FOLLOW SUJITH PUTHRAN
  13. Saint Ignatius Church

    From the album Digital works

    Digital work 4961 x 7087 px, 300 ppi 2018

    © J. Van de Perre

  14. Wassily Kandinsky | Abstract /Expressionist painter Wassily Kandinsky and Franz Marc, 1911 By this time, according to his reminiscences, he had lost much of his early enthusiasm for the social sciences. He felt, however, that art was "a luxury forbidden to a Russian". Eventually, after a period of teaching at the university, he accepted a post as the director of the photographic section of a Moscow printing establishment. In 1896, when he was approaching his 30th birthday, he was forced to choose among his possible futures, for he was offered a professorship in jurisprudence at the University of Dorpat (later called Tartu), in Estonia, which was then undergoing Russification. In what he called a "now or never" mood, he turned down the offer and took the train for Germany with the intention of becoming a painter. In 1921 he founded the Russian Academy of Artistic Sciences. But by then the Soviet government was veering from avant-garde art to Social Realism, and so, at the end of the year, he and his wife left Moscow for Berlin. Wassily Kandinsky a Venezia, anni 30 FOR MORE SUCH ARTWORKS & ARTISTS' FOLLOW SUJITH PUTHRAN
  15. Hello everyone, I'm new to this forum, but I hope the category I chose is right. I'm Martith, a Polish artist adventuring abroad (currently Chile), self-proclaimed fox fanatic, with nature as a close second I'm self-taught, painting digitally for almost 6 years now. I love painting animals and doing photo studies. I'd love to present you some of my artworks. For photo studies I use mostly pictures licensed with CC0 license. Some of the artworks I've made are commissions, therefore I used photos belonging to their rightful owners My portfolio: http://martith.art ArtByte address: AV8cu6oG2tCBwbapsz3Xxhu6R2fshGES6h Other art socials: DeviantArt | YouTube | Instagram | ArtStation Thanks for checking out ♥
  16. A Me of Most Trades

    Hello, everyone. My name is Andrew Pydynkowski, and I create traditional and digital art along with some work in areas of graphic design such as logos. I am from central Minnesota, and graduated from college with a BFA in 2D Studio Art, but plan on going back for a Mixed Media or Graphic Design BFA followed up with an MFA eventually... hopefully. Most of what I used to make was random at the best of times; my main problem being I prefer to switch around my mediums and styles in which I work. My senior review professor said my studio looked like it was shared by 10 different artists, which is a nice double-edged sword of a phrase. Currently most of my art is made at the request of others, and I have lacked the motivation to create on my own time for my own purposes. After college I have been out of the loop from any real artist community and it has added to the things that hinder my work. Hopefully being part of a good artist community again such as here on these forums can allow me to build up some inspiration and confidence, and to in turn give the same back to others. So I look forward to talking shop and more with everyone on their artwork. You can check out some of my work here at my website. Thanks for taking the time to read and I hope to see you all around. Wallet: AQrmFhCxQ8NBmnwSVpgFyJUTJ8ptABdJvo
  17. Horse Digital, A4

    Hello I'm ALberto Esparza, hence, AESPA, a Chilean freelance artist and wanted to post this particular painting I did yesterday, and someone gave me on reddit some artbytes so thanks to that I learnt about this place...the piece is a study of a horse, and there is not much to say about it...more than, it mean Freedom, that's the idea behind the painting. so nothing more to add, hope ya' like it my artbyte wallet AVnxS47wnXsYvHoKjNEbpgsBJbH8KWdL5B My portfolio: https://www.artstation.com/aespa My IG: https://www.instagram.com/ae_spar I have an art prints store @society6 but I dunno if it's allowed to be posted here, so if you wanna se it PM pls
  18. Mindblown

    Acrylic on canvas, 100x80cm:
  19. Balanspad

    From the album My art (Serfijn Sein)

    Painting.
  20. Troisquoise

    From the album My art (Serfijn Sein)

    Painting.
  21. Trap (stairs)

    From the album My art (Serfijn Sein)

    Painting.
  22. Dinkies

    From the album My art (Serfijn Sein)

    Painting.
  23. Wisselpunt

    From the album My art (Serfijn Sein)

    Painting.
  24. Serfijn Sein art

    From the album My art (Serfijn Sein)

    This painting was made for one of my dutch stories.
  25. Small painting from 2018

    From the album Painting on Wood

    tree painted circles seem to form a figure in landscape
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