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LANDSCAPES OF THE MIND

If it causes you to dream, then maybe it is…art. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XwYASU-YVcw For Cesare Pavese, on the other hand strike us other words that resonate in an already our area, which we already live. Vibrating it, those words enable us to seize new ideas within us. We can go looking for ideas, that will open our minds, to enrich them. This ...

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MENTAL IMAGES THROUGH ART

 

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ROBERT DOESBURG (1945), DUTCH PAINTER – new wave in art – SQUARE STYLE

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ROBERT DOESBURG – Do you know what art is? I do not. I only try to make it.

ROBERT DOESBURG 1/3 – was born in Rotterdam in 1945 in the Netherlands. He is self-taught painter. He painted all his life, but full time since 1995. He became famous with his style to picture the world in squared manner. Painting this way gives him opportunities to use much more colors, to show surprising effects and sparkling images, independent of the ...

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HUGO URLACHER (1958), ARGENTINIAN PAINTER, ENGRAVER, STAINED GLASS ARTIST – “Imaginary Chrysalis”

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HUGO URLACHER – vocation is a vital mission … In my case it is “being a painter”

HUGO URLACHER 1/5 – he was in 1958 in Buenos Aires,Argentina,  as a descendant of German and Spanish immigrants and still lives there. He began to paint in 1982, 24 years old. He was self-taught painter, searching for his own way of “being artist” for long time. It seems he has inherited the character of three cultures: the depth of ...

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TYTUS BRZOZOWSKI, POLISH ARCHITECT AND WATERCOLORIST – A Fairy-tale in Warsaw

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TYTUS BRZOZOWSKI – passionate of the city, it’s bustle and mood

TYTUS BRZOZOWSKI 1/4 – is an architect and watercolorist from Poland. He graduated from the Faculty of Architecture of the Warsaw University of Technology. He also studied and worked in Finland where he explored severe Nordic art and design. This period was represents important part of his artistic education. He learned about the basics of nature, such as light and shadow, reflections, ...

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NICOLA SIMBARI (1927-2012), ITALIAN PAINTER – one who paints boldly and in a state of excitement

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NICOLA SIMBARI – When I paint, I’m like a writer. I must have something to say.

NICOLA SIMBARI   1 / 4 – He was born in San Lucido, Calabria, Italy and this beautiful area greatly impacted his Mediterranean paintings: the blues of the ocean and sky, and the bright hues of the flowers. Though he was raised in Rome, where his father was an architect for the Vatican. At the age 13, he decided to study ...

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