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During my 1978 Artist-in-residency at the University of Adelaide I wrote to black hole physicists around the world pointing out that when Einstein’s mathematical theories were subjected to the universal forces obeying the law of equal and opposite reaction, then later his worldview of physics reality would have to be rewritten. As well as his work on the composition of shapes and colours, Kandinsky had synesthesia. His condition can be seen as a decisive factor in triggering the artist’s desire to create a new artistic language. His senses intertwined and became one, transforming sounds into shapes and colours. Kandinsky’s use of colour is much more than a question of aesthetics; it was inherent to the way he perceived the world. In this abstract painting, each colour has been carefully chosen and is filled with symbolic meaning. In his abstract two-dimensional painting, Kandinsky succeeds in ensuring that the spectator can feel and hear an entire orchestra playing a Wagner opera. Weber, S. (2000). Remembering and Forgiving. In D. Aldridge (Ed.), Music Therapy in Dementia Care (pp. 184-194). London: Jessica Kingsley. But, before rhythm, lets talk about pulse. Like every living organism, music has a pulse – beats (like that of the heart). And although we not always hear it, it is always there. Do you remember when children learn to clap their hands to follow songs? There is a constant, implicit, beat that happens periodically. In some cases, it is in fact played by instruments. For example, in Australian aboriginal music it is often played by clap sticks. Most contemporary artists do not draw rigid distinctions between high art and popular culture. For instance, a number of contemporary artists embrace traditional techniques of fiber art but use them to create unorthodox forms or address current social and political issues. Along these lines, Ghada Amer has used thread to embroider on canvas repeated motifs of nude women engaged in sexual acts, then partially obscured the embroidered images with gestural painted brushstrokes. Her themes include the expression and repression of female sexuality and eroticism in both Western and Islamic societies. Another example of intermixing visual cultures is the complex array of interactions between science and contemporary art , with many artists engaging with scientific imagery and ideas in their practice. For example, Wim Delvoye ‘s ongoing series called Cloaca imagines humans as cyborgs, representing the human digestive system as a kind of biomechanical contraption. Finally, many 21st-century artists are deeply affected by their immersion in global visual culture, which is now made vividly present through online networks. Many artists maintain a personal website, and some create art expressly for dissemination through social media. As always, new technologies provide new opportunities and challenges.

Thomas Nozkowski, Richard Rezac (exhibition brochure). Text by Rodney Carswell. Chicago: TBA Exhibition Space, 1998: illustrated. There is, however, a deep distinction between abstracting from appearances, even if to the point of unrecognizability, and making works of art out of forms not drawn from the visible world. During the four or five years preceding World War I , such artists as Robert Delaunay , Wassily Kandinsky , Kazimir Malevich , and Vladimir Tatlin turned to fundamentally abstract art. (Kandinsky is generally regarded as having been the first modern artist to paint purely abstract pictures containing no recognizable objects, in 1910-11.) The majority of even the progressive artists regarded the abandonment of every degree of representation with disfavour, however. During World War I the emergence of the de Stijl group in the Netherlands and of the Dada group in Zürich further widened the spectrum of abstract art. Appropriation Art is the use of pre-existing objects or images with little or no transformation applied to them. The use of appropriation has played a significant role in the history of the arts ( literary , visual, musical and performing arts). In the visual arts, to appropriate means to properly adopt, borrow, recycle or sample aspects (or the entire form) of human-made visual culture. Inherent in our understanding of appropriation is the concept that the new work recontextualizes whatever it borrows to create the new work In most cases the original ‘thing’ remains accessible as the original, without change. Georgina McMaster was awarded the First Time Exhibitor prize in 2007 at the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow and the David Cargill Award in 2008 by the prestigious Royal Glasgow Institute of the Fine Arts. Also in 2008, she was elected as an Artist Member of the Glasgow Art Club. Her paintings and limited edition prints are now widely exhibited throughout the UK. M.üllerschön, N.icola Ellsworth Kelly: Red Yellow Blue White, 1952.” Monets Vermächtnis. Serie – Ordnung und Obsession. Exh. cat. Hamburg: Hamburger Kunsthalle, 2001: 114-115, 182. Galassi, Peter, Robert Storr, and Anne Umland. Making Choices: 1929, 1939, 1948, 1955. Exh. cat. New York: The Museum of Modern Art, 2000: 326-327. Music is often a social activity that can connect us with each other through singing, listening, and feeling emotions together. Just think about how you and your friends react when your favorite song comes on the radio—the lyrics and beats create a bond between those singing along. Music also brings us closer to the musician, especially during live performance, through the experience of watching, listening, and feeling his or her passion for the art.

The Wayland Rudd Collection , a collective project created by Yevgeniy Fiks is reviewed in the New York Times today. The artist put together a group of artists who explore the African-American relationship in Soviet times. Gluklya was selected as one of the artists to exhibit along with Ivan Brazhkin and Tito Romalio. The second artwork by Leonardo da Vinci, Mona Lisa is the greatest and most renowned art-piece of all time in the history. No other painting has gained fame and popularity as much as this single painting has gained in 500 years of its lifespan. Bearing the world-records of Most Imitated, most written about and most parodied work of art; it is the best-known portrait of all the time. The reason of its fame is the revolutionary work in its depiction and the secret of the smile” of the woman. Every one’s baffling about if the woman is smiling or not. That’s the mystery. It is still unsolved. There is even a story about a French artist named Luc Maspero committed suicide leaving a note saying he preferred death after years of struggling to understand the mystery behind the woman’s smile. Any list for famous paintings is not complete without having this masterpiece. The minimum booking time is 1.5 hours. Confirmation of your booking requires a 50{665e5bb4999eb4b63bc5cf86855959e213eef9597fcb7384ae9a16de7fc2db97} deposit via cheque. The remainder is due on the day of the event. Book early to avoid disappointment. We travel anywhere, but events held more than 15 km from downtown incur a small travel fee. Brotons, M., & Marti, P. (2003). Music therapy with Alzheimer’s patients and their family caregivers: A pilot project. Journal of Music Therapy, 40(2), 138-150. Ellen Johnson Gallery, Allen Memorial Art Museum, Oberlin College, Oberlin, OH. Going Modern at the Allen: American Painting and Sculpture, 1950-1980. 16 September 2003 – 30 May 2004. Painting is the practice of applying paint , pigment, color or other medium to a solid surface (support base). The medium is commonly applied to the base with a brush, but other implements, such as knives , sponges , airbrushes , Aerosol Spray or pencils and pens can be used. Painting is Not Doomed to Repeat Itself (exhibition catalogue). Text by John Yau. New York: Hollis Taggart Galleries, 2015. Gilbertson, S., & Aldridge, D. (2008). Music Therapy and Traumatic Brain Injury: A Light on a Dark Night. London: Jessica Kingsley. Loonar Designs offers face painting,airbrush and glitter tattoos and nail art. John Bell paintings are exhibited at a growing number of Scottish art galleries including Paisley Art Institute. His art work has also featured at a number of Art Fairs. John Bell has been represented by Red Rag Gallery since 2011.