|Daily Deviation 23.02.2014|
Newsletter #2: Monthly feature + updatesHello everyoneNewsletter #2: Monthly feature + updates by jane-beata
First of all, on 2nd of December we've became Supergroup - big THANKS to our donators, who supported us with points and made this possible. We will be posting more articles, features and polls, as well as customize our front page to look at least as great as your artworks submitted here. Donation pool is still open, it took us one year to collect points
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The surprising suggestion of the abstractThe extreme vivacity of the art with its colors, its improbable lines, his futuristic shapes, has not stopped scoring with the abstraction and the conceptual research and indicate a different interpretation of the sense of reality, to tie it to the spirit. The themes of the abstract are often not readily understandable by the human eye, but are left to perceive with the mind, through suggestions and attraction difficult to explain. These forms often labyrinthine and painful, these colors so little filtered, fascinate me the same way as a great classic of Renaissance painting.The surprising suggestion of the abstract by KangTengri
|Here is a very short summary of quotes from the letters of Reiner Maria Rilke to a young poet (1903):|
Your work must be independent from others' work.
You must not compare yourself to others.
No one can help you. You can only help yourself.
Criticism leads to misunderstandings and defeatism.
Work from the necessity and your compulsion to do it.
Work on what you know and what you are sure you love.
Don't observe yourself too closely, just let it happen.
Don't let yourself be controlled by too much irony.
Live in and love the activity of your work.
Be free of thoughts of sin, guilt and misgiving.
Be touched by the beautiful anxiety of life.
Be patient with the unresolved in your heart.
Try to be in love with the questions themselves.
Love your solitude and try to sing with its pain.
Be gentle to all of those who stay behind.
Your inner self is worth your entire concentration.
Allow your art to make extraordinary demands on you.
Bear your sadness with greater trust than your joy.
Do not persecute yourself with how things are going.
It's good to be solitary, because solitude is difficult.
It's good to love, because love is difficult.
You are not a prisoner of anything or anyone.
Rainer Maria Rilke (1875 – 1926) was born in Czechoslovakia and died in Switserland. Considered the greatest modern poet in the German language, Rilke counceled the young poet over a period of five years. No evidence exists that they ever met.
I am mostly a self taught artist and a professional graphic designer. Recently I was certified in fine arts and advanced painting from Emily Carr, University of art + design, Vancouver.|
I enjoy working in different medias and I'm always on the look for the next creative possibility to express myself or simply to have fun with.
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As if my work isn't colorful enough, right? I've been jumping from one end of the rainbow to another and I still feel like I'm missing something.. it is just so fun to keep searching for it
Sorry I have been inactive here lately, I took a short break but now I'm back! I have a bunch of works lined up for upload and only a few of them lacking the titles. I absolutely adore this new direction that my work is taking, it is a mix of everything old and new that I have created and it is so much fun ^^
Apart from that I started a new collaboration project on my other account and I am looking for photographers, so please check it out toomuchcolor.deviantart.com/jo…
Thank you all for sticking around, your daily dose of color will be getting back on track here shortly ^^