June 6, 2014 | Author: Jo David

Interview with Visionary Artist Alex Grey

Early years and the Art Process

Most children get the thrill of being creative with art materials.  I was lucky to have a father who studied art and was a professional designer who started me on the artist’s path by teaching me how to draw. I’ve always considered myself an artist.  I feel like the reincarnation of an artist, expressing a continuity of creative power and purpose.
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June 4, 2014 | Author: Jo David

Redd Walitzki – When We Break

We are very excited about the work of artist Redd Walitzki whose new show “When We Break” will be opening on Thursday, June 5th, 2014 at Roq La Rue Gallery in Seattle, and will be on exhibition through June 28th. New work by Andy Kehoe will also be shown alongside Redd’s exhibit.
Opening Reception is Thursday June 5th.
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May 25, 2014 | Author: miroir

Christian Bazant-Hegemark

Miroir Magazine would like to give a warm welcome to our new contributing writer Christian Bazant-Hegemark.______ more » “Christian Bazant-Hegemark”

May 10, 2014 | Author: miroir

Daniel Mirante – Exclusive Miroir Interview

I sincerely believe that there are alternative currents to the history of art, and that we are in the very process of revising art history as we speak. Daniel Mirante is becoming one of the great art historians, and one of the great artists, of our times…– Laurence Caruana, Director of the Vienna Academy of Visionary Art

 
 
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April 23, 2014 | Author: webSman

New Synthesis – Neil M. Perry

New Synthesis is a body of work  by Neil M. Perry slated to debut at Portland’s Antler Gallery on April 24th in a two man show titled Entwined,  (also featuring the wonderful work of Josh Keyes).

Of this new work the artist states: “Each of the paintings in this series depicts human relationships via a combination of animal association and color psychology.
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