November 25, 2021

“The Three Graces”

From the underworld through rebirth the true transformation brings vivid new colors and a new destiny. Here is the Golden Archetype between Tiferet and Yesod. The rebirth of your inner beauty. In this work, I’ve represented dragonfly morphological structures at size as they were 250 million years before in the Permian era on wooden, rock

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European Art

‘Love, Friendship, and Unashamed Social Climbing’: A New Show Reveals the Story Behind Fabergé’s Opulent Egg-Making Atelier

Easter is coming early this year, thanks to an exhibition that just opened at London’s Victoria & Albert Museum (V&A), dedicated to the Russian goldsmith Carl Fabergé and his iconic eggs. After an extensive tour, the show is touching down in London, where the largest collection of the Imperial Easter Eggs will be on display,

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Village by the river

Sunny winter day. Somewhere in the distance you can see a village under a forest with snow-covered roofs. In the foreground there is a river in which the water almost never freezes. The willows seemed to be frozen in anticipation of spring. Rows of animal footprints meandering through the thickets of last year’s reeds …

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Art News

For a Creative Holiday Dinner, Try These Recipes for Olafur Eliasson’s Sourdough, Natalia LL’s Custard, and Nicolas Party’s Cherries

Just in time for the holidays, Phaidon has released a compendium of recipes by some of the world’s leading artists, including Ghada Amer, Jimmie Durham, Carsten Höller, Dorothy Iannone, and more. As we celebrate Thanksgiving this week, we bring you part one of a two-part series excerpting a few of these artists’ strange, delicious, and very

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Art News

Giuseppe Arcimboldo’s Peculiar Vegetal Faces Have Delighted for Centuries—Here Are 3 Things to Know About His ‘Autumn’ Gourd Portrait

With a berry for an eye, a pear for a nose, and grapes and leaves for a crown of hair, Giuseppe Arcimboldo’s faces have maintained a captivating and quizzical presence in art history for nearly 500 years.   Though only 26 of his works survive, Arcimboldo’s composite faces made of fruits, vegetables, flowers, or even books

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FRACTURED NOVEMBER

This painting is an abstract point of view of a November snowy day. Autumn hues are still embellishing the trees and hills. And there is this special late Autumn light that brings joy to the winter nostalgy. This original abstract painting is done in oils on stretched cotton canvas. Canvas is gallery wrapped. Size 50x60cm.

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