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29/04/2015

My work is not a story - it's just a moment ... Artist Trudy Good

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My work is not a story - it's just a moment ... Artist Trudy Good

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From an early age Trudy Good experienced magical, alluring power of the artists Rembrandt, Richter, Sargent, Degas, Giacometti, the artists - the Pre-Raphaelites, where the thin, natural beauty is hidden behind the breath of the human form. Trudy Good was born in Hampshire. After a year of training at the institute, Trudy gave up training with the desire to find their own way-minded current trends and training. Ten years - independent work and self-study. Using charcoal and limit the depth of color gives the works of the artist. In the life of each of us decides that let others see us, but we keep the most personal thoughts and feelings, a lot remains in the shadows, hidden from others. This is - an idea that is studied in the works of the artist, charcoal and white pastel colors enhance this effect.

On pearl shuttle
Pulling silk thread
On the fingers flexible start
Charming lesson!
Tides hands ...
Repetitive motion ...
Adjure You, no doubt,
Some fear the sun,
When the wide palm,
How to sink, flaming,
It goes out to the shadows tending,
That leaves pink fire! ..
Osip Mandelstam

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"Pure beauty of a single line, the way the light plays on her hair, feeling transmitted by body language in one careless moment, the state of rest, sometimes melancholy, peace or suffering, a million different emotions that make up human nature - these are things that inspire me again and again. My work is not a story - it's just moments. "

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27/04/2015

Chic watercolor landscapes. Artist Nita Engle / Nita Engle (r.1926)

Chic watercolor landscapes. Artist Nita Engle / Nita Engle (r.1926)

 

Piece of work .... Sometimes you just can not believe that this watercolor ...

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Ennio Morricone / Michel Legrand - Crying Wind


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The wind blew her hair,

Wind naughty fun,

We also at high speed

Rushing on the edge of the earth.

 

Deep breathe sunny

New air new places.

We are silent, and silently we

Echoes the music of heaven.

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There were mixed expectations

Novelty and excitement,

Days, greetings, goodbyes

And Premonition of spring ...

 

On the waves of spring we cheerfully,

We catch sight of the island.

Rush-speed boats

And brightens head.

 

Smiling, waving cheerfully

Unfamiliar ships.

In this world today, together we

Write a story for his roles.

 

@ Paul Korda, 2010


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  Nita Engle / Nita_Engle - one of the leading artists of America, was born in 1926 in Michigan. Well known for watercolor landscapes, which are a means of expressing her incurable passion for travel. Her paintings - ranging from Africa to Alaska, from Tahiti to Thailand and Italy, from Indonesia to her home on the shore of Lake Superior in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. Its unique watercolor technique was developed on the basis of experiments. Engle said: "The exciting thing about watercolor paintings that she is moving on paper, in contrast to oil."

Engle studied painting at the Art Institute of Chicago for four years with affiliated teaching at Northern Michigan University and Roosevelt University. She worked as art director for an advertising agency in Chicago before moving to full-time watercolor illustrator for major magazines.

Member of the American Society of watercolor artists since 1969, has received numerous honors and awards, participated in many prestigious exhibitions, including the 1976 exhibition "200 years of American illustration." In 1984 he was named "Artist of the Year" in 1986 she was awarded an honorary doctorate from the University of Northern Michigan. In 1996 he was named "Art-master" in recognition of her outstanding work and dedication to the medium of watercolor, and in 1997 entered the Hall of Fame US-ART.

Engle work can be seen in many books and publications, including her own book entitled ?How to Make a Watercolor Paint Itself? (How to make watercolor itself). She also created video tutorials demonstrating its innovative technology. She still lives in her native Upper Peninsula of Michigan, where he continued to paint.

25/04/2015

The mystery of life

The mystery of life

Long ago in ancient times, God asked the angels: "Where to hide the secret of life?". One angel suggested Secret hide in the depths of the seas. God said, "It would be too easy. The day will come when they get to the deepest ocean and sea oplyvut all."

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Then the angels offered to hide the mystery of life in the Mother Earth. God said, "And that would be too easy. Once they bypass all light and shoveled the whole earth." After a moment of silence angels offered to hide it on top of the highest mountain.

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God said, "The day will come, and they will take on all the mountains of the world." If the mystery of life can not be hidden or in the sea or in the Mother Earth or in the mountains, where then you can hide it? Can be the star?

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After a short silence, God said: "People get to the four parts of the world, to the deepest seas and the highest mountains, and even the stars before to know ourselves, so mystery of life must be hidden in them."

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Artist Alexander Pavlenko