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Artist: Antony Micallef Micallef’s paintings are diving in... crss

Artist: Antony Micallef Artist: Antony Micallef Artist: Antony Micallef Artist: Antony Micallef Artist: Antony Micallef Artist: Antony Micallef Artist: Antony Micallef Artist: Antony Micallef Artist: Antony Micallef  Micallef’s paintings are diving in between social commentary and self-examination. Bright colors here sometimes belies the troubling nature of his imagery. Figures and faces emerge from Micallef’s veils of loose, abstract brushstrokes.   "The trouble with pop imagery is that it doesn’t really go deeper than the surface, you have to drag it down and challenge it to make it interesting, marry contrasting emotions and motifs. The union of two opposites makes an intriguing and strange chemistry.“ Check our Facebook for more original art. Posted by Very Private Art crss

Artist: Antony Micallef Micallef’s paintings are diving in...

Artist: Antony Micallef Artist: Antony Micallef Artist: Antony Micallef Artist: Antony Micallef Artist: Antony Micallef Artist: Antony Micallef Artist: Antony Micallef Artist: Antony Micallef Artist: Antony Micallef  Micallef’s paintings are diving in between social commentary and self-examination. Bright colors here sometimes belies the troubling nature of his imagery. Figures and faces emerge from Micallef’s veils of loose, abstract brushstrokes.   "The trouble with pop imagery is that it doesn’t really go deeper than the surface, you have to drag it down and challenge it to make it interesting, marry contrasting emotions and motifs. The union of two opposites makes an intriguing and strange chemistry.“ Check our Facebook for more original art. Posted by Very Private Art

Southern Railroad work truck in the woods. “Look Ahead, Look...

Southern Railroad work truck in the woods.  “Look Ahead, Look South”

Wim Goes Architectuur - Pavilion for an art collector, Kortrijk...

Wim Goes Architectuur - Pavilion for an art collector, Kortrijk 2004. Photos © Åke E:son Lindman .

Sound editor David Yewdall’s work has endured for decades. He...

Sound editor David Yewdall’s work has endured for decades. He created sounds, both imaginary and real, for films including “Escape from New York,” “The Thing” and “The Fifth Element.” Today, we remember him.

Why We Keep Doing Things That Are Bad for Us

As you’re reading this, you may be checking your phone or social media, slouching in your chair, or snacking without thinking. Perhaps you’re reading this right before bedtime even though you know that the light from your electronics can negatively impact your sleep pattern. [1] We are all guilty of some of these things from time to time. We know they’re bad for us, but we love them too much. Having bad habits doesn’t mean that you are a bad person— even if you are aware that your behavior could have a negative impact on your health or well-being. If you are having trouble making a change, you’re likely telling yourself one of two things: I’ve been [insert habit here] for such a long time, and it doesn’t seem to be affecting my life that much. It would take too much effort to quit, and I don’t think it’s necessary. I’ve been doing this for so long that I don’t know any other way to function. I don’t think that I can quit. Your habits have become so ingrained in your everyday b

Mixed Media Paintings by Michelle MorinMichelle Morin is an...

Mixed Media Paintings by Michelle Morin Michelle Morin is an artist who currently lives and works on the seacoast of New Hampshire. She studied painting and art history at Massachusetts College of Art and have worked in the horticultural field cultivating a true relationship with plants, wildlife, and their distinctive habitats. With many years designing and maintaining gardens, I have narrowed my primary focus to nature as a subject to reference. I work to convey the beauty and complexities of nature using texture, pattern, and narrative elements throughout my work, which range from elaborate watercolor and gouache compositions on paper to vast and more layered paintings on canvas. Through my travels, I continue to seek out inspiration from the natural world while honing in on the unique details that define each place. Do you like what you see? Follow Cross Connect for the gorgeous art! posted by tu recepcja

Mixed Media Paintings by Michelle MorinMichelle Morin is an... crss

Mixed Media Paintings by Michelle Morin Michelle Morin is an artist who currently lives and works on the seacoast of New Hampshire. She studied painting and art history at Massachusetts College of Art and have worked in the horticultural field cultivating a true relationship with plants, wildlife, and their distinctive habitats. With many years designing and maintaining gardens, I have narrowed my primary focus to nature as a subject to reference. I work to convey the beauty and complexities of nature using texture, pattern, and narrative elements throughout my work, which range from elaborate watercolor and gouache compositions on paper to vast and more layered paintings on canvas. Through my travels, I continue to seek out inspiration from the natural world while honing in on the unique details that define each place. Do you like what you see? Follow Cross Connect for the gorgeous art! posted by tu recepcja crss