Q: Tell me something about your history in the creative arts. Did you have a formal school education or are you self-taught?
Q: There is a spiritual quality to your paintings, what inspires the visions you paint?
A: I think it’s a dimension of suspense and anticipation. Since I was a child, when I lost my mother prematurely, this loss placed me in front of the unknown, and that which abruptly takes life. For me, death, from the start, became synonymous with questions without answers and for a long time death became identified with a voyage without destination, a search towards the unknown.
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I am an actress, model, performance artist, teacher and speech-language pathologist. I enjoy that no matter which hat I may be wearing that I get to be my true self in each of these avenues. I have also found that even in the most different of tasks – the same qualities of creativity help me along the way to be my best, most intuitive, and resourceful self.
Ali Luminescent is a multifaceted international performance artist and teacher living in New York City.
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John Brophy creates highly detailed paintings that blend artifacts from global cultures and belief systems and juxtaposes them with the overarching affects of western consumer culture. His extraordinary style combines the use of a computer as an art making tool (he designs 3-d models of his paintings as a guide first) as well as the intimacy of painting (he then completely hand paints the imagery onto panel).
Boring Sidney Hats is a new photo set by Ric Colgan shot for Miroir Magazine “Surreal” edition, published on the November 2012. All hats are designed and created by Belle of Boring Sidney Hats and Headdresses.
Models: Ethereal Rose, Tyra the Irish Wolfhound, Jess Chantel
Hair and Makeup: LC Hair and Makeup
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