Friday, 28 September 2012
Angela says, "I am an American/Mauritiun Artist who speaks english, french, creole, and hindi also known as Pari D. Chumroo.
A few of my artworks are titled in French or Hindi Language.
I am a Native American originated from the cold state of Michigan in the USA. I reside on the tropical island of Mauritius.
Art to me is the bold reality of life. In every way it defines me in, every way it allows me to express myself and see the world as God shows me it."
Angela goes on to say, "When I am being expressive I am chasing rainbows and stealing colors so I can paint that pot of gold'© Angela Pari Dominic Chumroo
I credit my grandmother Marie Elizabeth Curtice for inheriting my art talent. I find encouragement through God, my children, husband, and mother who are my biggest benefactors.
I have art pieces in America and in Mauritius. In my grandmothers left hand lies my first painting. I also acquired the use of my left hand from her. Although it does not stop with just that hand. I have the ability to use both. What is also known as being ambidextrous allows my mind to be quite the visionary and very expressive.
Though I have painted various forms of paintings including abstract, portraits, landscape, etc... my passions are abstract and impressionism and I will follow through the rest of my years focusing on this style."
Finally, the favorite of the week from Angela Pari Dominic Chumroo's art portfolio is this textured abstract - the colors and textures are at an intensity that interests me and holds me at the work.
I am sure Angela would welcome a visit to her portfolio, so click her name below and pay her a visit.
Angela Pari Dominic Chumroo Fine Art
Until next weeks features, be safe this weekend!
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Thursday, 27 September 2012
Megan says of herself, "I served 25 years in the US Army (active duty and Massachusetts Army National Guard) I've been a writer, editor and photographer. I've published both fiction and non-fiction, articles, short stories, poetry, science-fiction, horror etc. For five plus years I wrote a monthly erotica-column which was published throughout all of New England (to include southern NY). My pen-name is Mustang Sally. My work has been published in Secret Magazine, and other fiction/non-fiction, non-kink venues. Also, former Associate Editor of Prometheus Magazine, The Eulenspiegel Society, former Editor of the Auburn, MA newspaper, published in Army Times Newspaper, Soldiers Magazine & National Guard Association Magazine, not to mention a handful of small press publications most of which were hard-copy print publications before the internet changed life as we now know it. I have won four Journalism and Photography Awards although they are covered in dust."
Megan goes on to say, "I'm currently studying both traditional and digital art and design and I'm loving every day! I hope to be able to eek out a living combining the art and graphic design and photography with my writing skills and ability. Recently worked on two local magazine advertisements but they are not reflected here. Please message me if you have any questions or comments or likes or dislikes or suggestions. I'm available for freelance work and yes, do please let me know if you are interested in licensing anything."
My favorite from Megan's portfolio is this one -:
Beautiful and fresh design!
To visit Megan click her link below!
Have a great day!
Tuesday, 18 September 2012
ARTIST Anne Klar's Vibrant Imagination Coupled With The Ingenuity Of Her Two Hands Come Together To Create 3D Works Of Art That Reach Out Off The Canvas And Touch The Heart.
Anne Klar is also a photographer and she explores the aquatic world of lilies.
From Anne Klar's portfolio is my favorite from within her most interesting and unique portfolio.
I truly felt this beautiful image - the way it feels to be the woman standing and looking, listening. Very emotive work!
If you don't visit Anne's portfolio you will surely miss out - no small images do the scultural effects of her work any justice at all. Click her name below!
Anne Klar Fine Art
Anne can also be found at her private website -:
Anne Klar Website
I hope all of you are enjoying the artists being featured as much as I am.
Dale Ford says of her artwork, "With the exception of the gallery containing Digital Drawings & Paintings, all of the images on this site began as photographs. My purpose, however, is not to present the camera's view of the world, but, rather, my own creative vision. At times, the camera and I are in closer agreement as to what we see than at others. An exact, literal, external representation of each subject is of less interest to me than is capturing its 'inner light'. Toward that end, I employ computerized filters and effects to create images intended to express the subject as I experienced it, rather than as viewed by the camera's eye."
I think that when you see her works you cannot fail to see what she means. Dale Ford has a wonderful sense of color, tonal balance and imagination.
Almost like silver!
Colors to soothe.
Dale Ford says about her beginnings into the art world, "In my younger days, I enjoyed drawing and oil painting, basically for my own amusement and amazement. I never felt more alive than when I was in the midst of creating something. Over the years, I lost touch with that part of myself. Happily, the gift of a camera for my birthday a few years ago reignited that old creative spark. Retired, I now spend hours taking and editing photos or creating original digital drawings and paintings on my computer. Time really does fly when you’re having fun, and I am having fun.
My home is situated on the shore of the Long Island Sound in the Bronx, New York. I'm blessed with breathtaking views of the water, wildlife and the Throggs Neck Bridge. With all the wonders of nature right outside my door, I could take pictures forever and never leave my home. I also have several very photogenic cats who are more than willing subjects."
A greeting card with humor!
This is a cat with attitude - or should I say "cattitude"?
So much scintillating light.
As for my favorite - I must admit finding one favorite in amongst Dale's work is like putting a cat in a fish store, but I found something that hit the "AHhhh" spot for me.
April Showers appears like an impressionistic painting from the era of the great impressionists, both in tone and textural appearance. Beautiful work from a very talented woman.
Please be sure to visit her gallery and enjoy so much beauty - you won't be sorry you did. Click her name below.
Art By Dale Ford
Contact -: Romanovna Fine Art
Wednesday, 12 September 2012
Douglas Wilks says, "I am a professional photographer who has been active with photography since the age of 13, when I was given my first camera (a Kodak brownie that used c620 film). My education and training around photography for the last 35 years has been through varied resources; high school photo club, reading books, subscribing to several photography magazines; Modern Photography, Outdoor Photography, Shutterbug, viewing other art forms and styles, talking with local and national professional photographers, and taking thousands of images."
Douglas goes on to say, "My photography is created using a digital SLR and minimal processing. The images vary from landscapes, flowers, still life, and clouds. I also have an active blog here on FAA, giving information on my sales, Limited Time Prints, and also photography tips/suggestions. I have photographed events, and news for local newspapers and non-profit oraganizations in Sanders County, Montana. I regulary enter a local juried art show sponsored by the Sanders County Art Council (SCAC). Art on the Walls showcases many artists and photographers within Sanders County. A portion of the sales proceeds from the show are shared with the hospital and SCAC."
The classic beauty of black and white!
There certainly are enough paperclips here for life :)
Very cute, but such a clear shot I feel I could reach out and touch the cat.
As for my favorite artwork from Doughlas, I have chosen one from my favorite season, fall or autumnm, it depends from where you herald.
I could feel the green peeling away to reveal beautiful golden tones. A warm and pleasant image with great beauty in the meanings one could make of this.
Douglas Wilks Portfolio is filles with beautiful artistic photography and as it is close to the weekend, why not take some time out an visit this wonderfully talented photographer?
Click his link below!
Douglas Wilks Photography
Romanovna Fine Art
Have a wonderful and safe weekend.