Tag Archives: Fine Art

A NCJA Ambassador to be featured at the #Cologne #Germany #FineArt Fair #NoCriticsJustArtists

Artist Update: On The Art Of… @AltusPajorArt ( #FineArtist of #Lincolnshire ) #NoCriticsJustArtists

Bob Marley by Altus Art
Bob Marley by Altus Art

Altus is a skilled artist capable of creating works in both contemporary and traditional styles.

Meet #MultiGenre #FineArtist , *Alexander Biserama Becherer from #Germany #NoCriticsJustArtists

Alexander Becherer Alexander_Becherer_Angst_Essen_Seele_Auf_Vernissage_21 Paratropolis by Alexander Becherer Paratropolis by Alexander Becherer 2

Going On Now! The 2015 @DubaiDesignWeek #NoCriticsJustArtists #Dubai #Artists

                         Meet Zeinab Alheshemi,                    Designer and Conceptual Artist

&…  Industrial Designer, Hamza Omari

NCJA Game Changer of the Month: *Botanic Visual Artist, Duy Anh Nhan Duc ^Art Végétal^ #NoCriticsJustArtists

DANDELION

Sculpture végétale réalisée dans le cadre de la série Dandelion.

Grappe de raisins noirs, aigrettes de pissenlit, lotus, perles de verre, clous

Pavot, aigrettes de pissenlit, perles de verre, nacre, clous.

La série Dandelion est le fruit d’une rencontre créative entre la photographeIsabelle Chapuis et le plasticien végétal Duy Anh Nhan Duc. L’une passionnée de matière chrysalide, l’autre obsédé par le végétal, nulle surprise que leur première collaboration a donné vie à une création onirique autour d’un végétal insaisissable: le fragile pissenlit.

Publication dans RAISE Magazine #16 Light Issue, BLINK Magazine, Bon Fluidos Brésil, Design Magazine et DPI Magazine Taïwan.

[Vegetable sculpture made under the Dandelion series.

Cluster of black grapes, egrets dandelion, lotus, glass beads, nails

Poppy, dandelion egrets, glass beads, pearl, nails.

Dandelion The series is the result of a creative encounter between photographer Isabelle Chapuis and vegetable plastic Duy Anh Nhan Duc. The passionate chrysalis matter, the other obsessed with plants, no surprise that their first collaboration has given life to a dream-like setting around an elusive plant: the fragile dandelion.

Publication in RAISE Magazine Issue # 16 Light, BLINK Magazine, Good Fluidos Brazil Design Magazine and CIO Magazine Taiwan.]

  • Photographer : Isabelle Chapuis
  • Botanic artist : Duy Anh Nhan Duc
  • Stylist : Coline Peyrot
  • Hair : Chiao Chenet + Karine Walzack assisted by Mathieu Villalonga
  • Make up : Masaé Ito + Maki Ihara
  • Models : Charlie @ WM
  • Assistant vegetal : Olivia Brunet
  • 1st photo assistant : Denis Mareau
  • Second assistant : Alexis Pichot

Feature image by: Maximilien Franco

‘Metaphysics of Perception’ by Martinakis Adam – Arthouros, The #DigitalSculpture #Artist #NoCriticsJustArtists #Art

'The Insiders'
‘The Insiders’
Recreation of Adam
Recreation of Adam
The Remains of a  Memory
The Remains of a Memory
The Nature of the Golden Age
The Nature of the Golden Age
The Inevitability of Time Pieta
The Inevitability of Time Pieta
Αντίγραφο(Last Kiss)
Αντίγραφο(Last Kiss)(Feature Image)

Meet ^conscious^ Japanese-American Fine Artist, @MasamiTeraoka #NoCriticsJustArtists #JapaneseArtists #AsianArt

Masami Teraoka
Waves, 1986, watercolor on canvas, 49” x 131.5”
Los Angeles (USA) Sushi Series / Shoga Woman, 1982, watercolor on paper, 14.25” x 21.5”

About feature image: 31 Flavors Invading Japan Series / Today’s Special, 1982, 35-color woodblock print with hand-watercolor, Edition of 500      While most of Masami’s art is watercolor painting on paper or canvas, he has a limited number of works done by various printmaking processes. His only true woodblock print in the Ukiyo-e process are the 31 Flavors Invading Japan/Today’s Special(1982) and the Sarah and Octopus/ Seventh Heaven (2001). Four “Hawaii Snorkel Series” Prints from Tyler Graphics in 1993 combined western etching with contemporary Japanese woodblock techniques. Other than these, a handful of lithographs and etchings complete Teraoka’s forays into the print medium.