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Album Image Sequence

Images in an album are displayed based on their time stamp and not necessarily in the order shown in the upload area. 

The uploader does not specifically have an "order."  If you upload multiple files at a time, one file could potentially take longer to upload than others in the queue.  If you want to define a specific order, you can upload each image individually to be sure you know exactly in what order the server received them and take into account that the last one uploaded will be shown first in your album. 

Engage with others and share ideas about your art projects & inspiration.  Be sure to click on the guidelines link above which include image sequence tips.


Albums

  1. Marvin Liberman: recent sculpture Updated

    My sculptural work has focused on how trauma changes those who have lived through it, and what 'marks' it leaves upon us. This series, called Traces (or Huellas in Spanish) uses simple materials: gauze fabric, tree branches and muted color. They're intended to offer a sense of intimacy, even though the work is at times disquieting. My drawings take another path, trying to uncover meaning through a process of wandering in a somewhat subconscious space. 
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  2. David Underwood Updated

    This is a series of mixed-media, image/text artworks. Each work includes some of my own original photography, some intentionally ambiguous text, and other art/presentation media such as painting, drawing, staples, nails, or perhaps appropriated objects. The text and images are not intended to necessarily refer directly to each other; rather, both text and images are intended to provide possible pathways for content, meaning, and interpretation for each individual viewer.
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  3. Oleg Tsank Fine Art / Landscapes Updated

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  4. Year in Color Updated

    The series “Year in Color” began in 2011 and renders the abstract concept time and its measurement into visual and literal form through the medium of color and shape The works are composed of small individual paintings.  In these small paintings, each of which represents either an individual day or week, I translate a day's personal experiences and moods into a single color. This color is then combined with a neutral tone according to universal patterns such as the percentage of the moon that was in shadow on that date. Each year these installations have looked at different elements and ways of visualizing and tracking time. Days have been organized sequentially into weeks either horizontally or vertically while looking at the relationship of day to night, or sunrise and sunset, and waking and sleeping. In this body of work, I strive to create an eloquent balance between my personal perceptions and universally recognized structures that represent the passage of time.
     
    Carol Ladewig
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  5. Mystical art in drawing Updated

    My art is intuitive and I think of myself as a narrative colorist, bringing more beauty and authenticity into the world through art. It is a healing, meaningful, meditative practice for me. Most of my pencil drawings and collages are small and come like automatic writing, mixing personal symbolism with influences from eastern religions, shamanism, Jungian philosophy, and of course my own experience.
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  6. Spontaneous Drawings Updated

    My friend Felix Bernardino passed away recently. He left behind 1000s of drawings of the buildings of his home town, San Lorenzo de El Escorial (Spain). One day, I saw him sitting at a restaurant, drawing as usual. He said, "come sit down and join me for a beer." He was 95.
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  7. Marvin Liberman: Confinement Drawings

    The long and unpredictable period of confinement, fear, and having to live with an incapacity to see what the future might, or might not, hold for all of us, is something many of us may have confronted. It was as if one lived in an unending, threatening fog. And so, there was no possibility to draw anything specific, grounded or precise.

    The drawings I turned to could only look inward, to what for me is an internal river within all of us. Was it possible to record anything of this subconscious, fluid movement? And what meaning might come forth from it? As these works evolved, they insisted on a lack of clarity, a melding of forms, shadows and disappearance into undefinable vagueness. Form fading into atmosphere, though very much present.

    That these drawings use only soft graphite and erasers has let me deepen my love of the subtleties that such basic tools allow. That these are internal and wander in a darkened space is simply the nature of the hand that drew them.
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  8. Philip Koch - An Urgent Celebration

    There is an urgent need to celebrate our natural world. Here are some recent paintings where Philip Koch points to the visual richness and depth of the world we live in. 
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