Posts Tagged art
I always get excited when I find an artist whose work I want to follow. Hiroyuki is one of them. Richard Gailbraith wrote an article: Japan:Creative – Introduction, on CEMENTUM in August 2012, in which he included a statement of Hiroyuki’s work. I cannot say it better then him, that Hiroyuki’s work “oozed sci-fi whilst retaining an intrinsic ‘Japaneseness’ about it. It connotes to me Zen gardens and the post apocalypse at the same time.” Jeff Hamada, from Booooooom, ‘randomly came across Hiroyuki Hamada’s work, following a link from Newstoday.’ He shares the same name but in terms of immediate family they are completely unrelated. After seeing his amazing work he thought it would be fun to contact Hiroyuki and see if he would allow him to interview him, I mean how could he say no to family?
Utagawa Kuniyoshi スクナビコナ
“We can reject everything else: religion, ideology, all received wisdom. But we cannot escape the necessity of love and compassion…This, then, is my true religion, my simple faith. In this sense, there is no need for temple or church, for mosque or synagogue, no need for complicated philosophy, doctrine or dogma. Our own heart, our own mind, is the temple. The doctrine is compassion. Love for others and respect for their rights and dignity, no matter who or what they are: ultimately these are all we need. So long as we practice these in our daily lives, then no matter if we are learned or unlearned, whether we believe in Buddha or God, or follow some other religion or none at all, as long as we have compassion for others and conduct ourselves with restraint out of a sense of responsibility, there is no doubt we will be happy.”
“I start a picture and I finish it. I don’t think about art while I work. I try to think about life.”
– Jean Michel Basquiat
I am happy to be back to my blog (August totally disappearing due to laptop
collapse) with a new HDD up and running!
Here is a great example for hanging multiple prints/paintings. which is always a challenge.
This can very inspirational if you are a collector of special pieces of framed art, but are in
a quandary as to how to display them tastefully. Your collection will not look exactly like
this, but it will definitely show your own personality! I, myself, am faced with this problem,
being one of those with an art ‘stash’ which I have recently perused! Happy Hanging!
Calender. Stretch of time
I haven’t posted for an approximate month…moving into a new apartment has absorbed my time…
Used up my ‘calender’,
Put me in touch with the immediate minus cyberspace.
My work is accomplished, ying yang has come around,
And I am balanced again and glad to be back.
Mutant Weeds, the latest guerrilla lighting installation by Luzinterruptus, is a comment on environmental pollution. Instead of dimming the green illuminated signage that denotes the presence of a pharmacy, the city of Madrid allows such lights to shine more brightly, thereby ensuring that the surrounding area is bathed in a green glow. Using fluorescent sticks formed into blades of grass, Luzinterruptus planted a garden of the near future, where a new, photosensitive species grows up from the sidewalks, nourished by the lights. – by sabine7 / April 2, 2012
I am sharing this because of this installation’s statement on environmental pollution (and the fact that I have always been obsessed with neon). – j. quigley