27.09.17

DAY 1

posted by Tara Stephanos

My first day at this site. I'm looking forward to showcasing my art here hoping to sell art and increase exposure.

26.09.17

THE CITIES OF THE MOON

posted by federico cortese

From the series “Code”, oil and graphite pencil on paper, 30 x 30 cm, 2016. A map is an imprint, a sign of man in the landscape. An alien intelligence, observing our cities from the great distances of the space, could interpret them as the characters of an alphabet, sort of messages, a code of signs, each one different from the other, each with its own meaning and its own syntax. This hypothetical alien presence may not even realize that these cities have a purpose and a function, which are the product of the way we have adapted to live on this planet, but it could engage in an attempt to interpret this unknown language, identifying the alphabet and associating to each character a precise meaning. We will still be able to understand and share this new meanings, or will they have lost any sense for us?

The cities of the Moon

25.09.17

WATERCOLOUR OF NAFé FAAIPOIPO ( PAUL GAUGUIN )

posted by Manuel Fernandez

Learning from the Masters. http://mfernandez.org/

Nafé Faaipoipo

23.09.17

THE SHAPE OF LOVE

posted by BUNGO RAJ

THERE IS NO SHAPE OF LOVE IF THERE IS THAN THE SHAPE OF LOVE IS ONLY TRIANGLE

THE SHAPE OF LOVE

22.09.17

INFERNO

posted by Ralph White

“From a little spark may burst a flame.” – Dante Alighieri ~ “A man who has not passed through the inferno of his passions has never overcome them.” – Carl Jung ~ An inferno is any place or state resembling hell. This painting is called Inferno as it exhibits a fire raging out of control. This haunting pageant of purgatory represents your soul in transition. There’s a constant war within us battling for peace and justice. This painting is an expression of endurance. The fire that flares up in your soul is passion. Passion is the drive to make things happen. How great is the inferno of your soul? Explore the possibilities…

Inferno

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