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Freedom is the right,

Started by Juan Andres Gonzalez Fernandez Jun 26, 2012. 0 Replies

Freedom is the right, capacity and ability to self-determination to perform various acts of transcendence without hindrance according to our own convictions and to enjoy for our own enjoyment to…Continue

Freedom in general may be defined as the absence of obstacles to the realization of desires

Started by Sumit Sharma Nov 26, 2011. 0 Replies

HI MYSELF SUMIT SHARMA FROM INDIA I WANT TO SALE THIS PAINTING IF YOU WANT TO SEE MORE WORK OF MINE PLEASE VISIT THE LINK THANK YOU SO MUCH…Continue

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Comment by S.C.Mahesha Kumara 17 hours ago

Artist: S.C.Mahesha Kumara
Title: Global warming
Medium: Oil on canvas
Year: 1998
Size: 48'x37' inches
Description: This painting depicts how global warming could influence the humanity and world environment. The 'tree' depicts lack of oxygen in form and without any breath affecting the nose and lungs. The 'branches' are like the complete enivornment spoiled which is similar to a nervous tension and stress affecting the brain of a human being. The 'sunset' shows the forehead contrast to blood pressure affecting a man. The 'clouds' convey poisonous gases filled with smoke,which blinds the eyes. The fresh 'leaves' are falling from the trees and crying for help eventually getting dried up. The 'grounds' have lost all water hit with famine and mouth has lost its thrist depicting a decline in mankind and a crumbling enivornment. This paintings depicts that nature and human both are crying. The small grin in the lips which shows the slightest survival of hope,which lies in hands of mankind for recovery.
Comment by Arte Condesa on August 22, 2015 at 9:26pm

Ocre & Oro": "Paris in Love" 
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Expo in september 2015 
JFernandes "Arte Condesa"

Comment by Giuseppe Galetta on July 21, 2015 at 5:20pm

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Comment by S.C.Mahesha Kumara on July 20, 2015 at 3:05pm

Artist: S.C.Mahesha Kumara
Titles: 'Bank of trees'
Medium: mural painting
Year: 2011
Description:Clouds like 'key' 
Tree like'hole[lock]'
Rainbow like 'close[lock]'
Wave like 'old bridge'
Mountain valley like'lock'
Save trees as equal as save money. 
We must good care trees.

Comment by Maria Cecilia Camargo on July 20, 2015 at 1:38am

Rosa
aquarela s/ papel
31 x 23 cm
2014
Maria Cecilia Camargo

Comment by Maria Cecilia Camargo on July 5, 2015 at 2:28am

MARIA CECILIA CAMARGO

Retalhos d’Alma

07 a 21 de julho de 2015

 

 

 

 

Mostra de pinturas, desenhos, colagens, aquarelas e gravuras de Maria Cecilia Camargo explora a figura feminina

 

 

Com realização da Nossa Galeria de Arte (ngarteprodutoracultural.com.br), o Clube de Engenharia abre no dia 07 de julho, das 18 às 20 horas, a exposição “Retalhos d’Alma” da artista plástica Maria Cecilia Camargo. Com entrada gratuita, a mostra permanece aberta à visitação na Galeria de Exposições do Clube de Engenharia até o dia 21 de julho de 2015, de segunda a sexta das 10 às 18 horas.

 

Segundo Xanda Nascimento, Curadora da Nossa Galeria de Arte, a “exposição traça um recorte temático na produção artística de Maria Cecilia Camargo com obras que colocam em evidência seu fascínio pela figura humana, em especial o universo feminino”. Além de pinturas, desenhos, colagens, aquarelas e gravuras, a exposição também apresenta objetos do atelier da artista. Xanda Nascimento explica que “ao trazer para o ambiente expositivo elementos do seu processo criativo, Maria Cecilia compartilha a intimidade de sua poética plástica, possibilitando ao visitante observar não somente o conjunto das obras expostas, mas também o meio circundante e fértil onde as mesmas foram criadas”.

 

 

SOBRE MARIA CECILIA CAMARGO

 

Desde criança a curitibana Maria Cecilia Camargo demonstrou seu amor pela arte, frequentando a Escola de Arte da Biblioteca Pública de Curitiba. A partir da década de 70 passou a residir no Rio de Janeiro. No Rio, formou-se em Design de Interiores pela Universidade Cândido Mendes, que também contribuiu para sua iniciação artística através dos cursos de “História da Arte” com Cristina Sá e “Desenho Livre” com Marcos Chaves. A formação artística de Maria Cecilia é pontuada por instituições de excelência: Escola de Artes Visuais do Parque Lage (EAV-RJ), com orientações de Carli Portella, Gianguido Bonfanti, José Maria Dias da Cruz e Orlando Mollica; Museu de Arte Moderna do Rio de Janeiro (MAM-RJ), com orientação de Aluísio Carvão; Museu Alfredo Andersen (Curitiba/PR), sob orientação de Viviane Zeni; e Solar do Rosário (Curitiba/PR), tendo como orientadora Lélia Brown. Especializada na figura humana, a artista passa temporadas dedicadas ao estudo deste tipo de representação em museus e galerias de Londres. Entre individuais e coletivas, Maria Cecilia Camargo expôs nos estados do Rio de Janeiro, São Paulo e Paraná.

 

 

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Comment by Maria Cecilia Camargo on June 23, 2015 at 2:16am

Comment by Maria Cecilia Camargo on June 23, 2015 at 2:15am

Comment by Giuseppe Galetta on June 22, 2015 at 9:27am

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Comment by Maria Cecilia Camargo on June 3, 2015 at 1:51am

Entre tantas, sou uma...

" Talvez não cheguei onde planejei ir. Mas cheguei, sem querer, onde meu coração queria chegar, sem que eu soubesse."
Rubem Alves.

Eda
aquarela
31 x 41 cm
2014
Preço sob consulta
Maria Cecilia Camargo

 

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