- 18/04/2017Great story. Shows not only the beauty of Montana but the beauty of family, flaws and all.A River Runs Throught It (Part 1)
- 14/04/2017Kiev "a city of Murals"Kiev – A City of Muralsstreetart360.net Kiev in Ukraine is a large industrial and cultural center. A millennial city full of history, incessant invasions and Orthodox traditions. The term industrial and cultural city suggests the...
- 09/04/2017This is a stupendous piece of writing...A Love Storywww.linkedin.com I have always wondered what it would be like, to have known a place so well from books, and other peoples words, to have thought about it for so...
- 06/04/2017New Street Art festival in Glasgow- ScotlandYardworks Street Art and Graffiti Festival – Glasgow May 2017streetart360.net Street Art Festival In Glasgow, Scotland, 6th and 7th May 2017 YardWorks Festival 2017 is an International celebration of street Art, Graffiti and Design. This new street art festival will be...
- Producer03/04/2017Open letter to the Royal Academy of Arts, London, re: Revolution: Russian Art 1917-1932 exhibitionMr Christopher LeBrun, PresidentMr Charles Saumarez Smith, Secretary and Chief ExecutiveMr Tim Marlow, Director of Artistic ProjectsRoyal Academy of Arts, London28 March 2017Dear Sirs,I am writing to you to express my disappointment at the...
- 29/03/2017Daily Wall n° 3 – Dan Kitchener, MyHoodIsGood, Dale GrimshawDaily Wall n° 3 – Dan Kitchener, MyHoodIsGood, Dale Grimshawstreetart360.net Street Art Daily Wall n°3 Daily street art and graffiti masterpieces Newham, London, UK: new piece by British artist Dan Kitchener aka DANK. Links: Blog – Instagram – Twitter –...
- 27/03/2017Daily Wall n°1Daily Wall n° 1 – Gnasher, Doudou’Style, Nychosstreetart360.net Street Art Daily Wall n°1 Discover everyday, very new artworks by best street artists around the world Paris – France – New piece by French Street Artist Doudou’Style Links:...
- 24/03/2017Nuart Festival Aberdeen
On 14, 15 and 16 of April, Nuart Festival will be hosting their first edition outside Norway. Coming to Aberdeen, for the first time, the Street Art festival will see British and international street artists bring a splash of colour to this Scottish city also known as the ‘Granite City’ for its many enduring grey-stone buildings.Nuart Festival Aberdeen “April 2017”streetart360.net Spring 2017 in Scotland “Street art is in the spotlight” On 14, 15 and 16 of April, Nuart Festival will be hosting their first edition outside Norway. Coming to Aberdeen, for the...
- 16/03/2017Dale Grimshaw solo show in London
"Pride and Prejudice"
Well Hung Gallery - London
From 23rd of March 2017 to 29th of April 2017Dale Grimshaw “Pride and Prejudice”streetart360.net From 23rd of March 2017 to 29th of April 2017, Dale Grimashaw will be at Well Hung Gallery in London for a solo show named “Pride and Prejudice” I’ve been given the opportunity...
- 12/03/2017Twinkling solar bike path inspired by Vincent van Gogh's Starry Night pops up in the Netherlandsinhabitat.com Studio Roosegaarde created a gorgeous van Gogh-inspired illuminated bike...
- 11/03/2017Amaro Abreu, is a Brazilian Street Artist based in Porto Alegre.
My last article on StreetARt360Amaro Abreustreetart360.net Amaro Abreu, is a Brazilian Street Artist based in Porto Alegre. Amaro is graduated in Visual Arts (University Lutheran of Brazil). He operates in Street Art scene since 2006, painting and...
- 09/03/2017Valdi Valdi : "interview of a young talented Brazilian street artist"Interview with Brazilian Street Artist Valdi Valdistreetart360.net I discover Valdi -Valdi a few month ago “Street Art Best of 2016 “. Here’s my interview of one of the most creative and talented Brazilian artist ! Can you tell us where...
- 06/03/2017David Zinn “Dream Chalk Creatures”
my new article on StreetARt360David Zinn “Dream Chalk Creatures”streetart360.net Here i think is one of the most poetic and sensitive artist’s the Street Art scene has ever had! David Zinn is a self-taught artist living in Ann Arbor, Michigan. David has been drawing...
- 05/03/2017King Estate, revisited. On the grounds of this mansion as children we would sled ride in the winter. All of our friends would get together and just ride for hours at a time, we would freeze but man was it fun. In the summer we would walk down to the creek and catch salamanders and watch the trains go by. The long hot days of summer, we hated to see them end.
I wonder what memories the kids today are making looking into their cell phones?
- 05/03/2017Kashink “A female street artist with a mustache”Kashink “A female street artist with a mustache”streetart360.net A mustache drawn over the lips and long chestnut hair attached, is the atypical style of Kashink, a very creative and engaged Parisian graffiti artist. She’s by now one of the few very...
- 04/03/2017Let me introduce you a fantastic English Street Artist named JXC ! I’ve selected one of his murals on my Street Art Best of for February 2017.
Discover his artwork here:JXCstreetart360.net Let me introduce you a fantastic English Street Artist named JXC ! I’ve selected one of his murals on my Street Art Best of for February 2017. Brought up on English south coast, JXC is now...
- Producer01/03/2017London Exhibitions: London Art Fair 2017I had a lot of fun visiting the London Art Fair 2017 which was hosted on 17-21 January at the Business Design Centre in Angel. As in past editions, the variety and quality of the art on display were impressive. I was particularly interested in the...
- Producer22/02/2017Sorolla (El pintor) Español / EnglishEn contadas ocasiones una persona puede ser identificada con solo una palabra, si sabes que hablamos de un pintor, al nombre Sorolla lo define la palabra luz.In a few times a person can be identified with only one word, if you know that we speak of...
Comments26/02/2017 #6 @Julio Angel 🐝Lopez Lopez#4 His parents die in an epidemic of cholera. He was buried with the rank of Captain General, his funeral mask was made by Benlliure a great sculptor and assisted Vicente Blasco Ibañez, https://www.bebee.com/producer/@julio-angel-lopez-lopez/el-novelista-the-novelist View more#4 His parents die in an epidemic of cholera. He was buried with the rank of Captain General, his funeral mask was made by Benlliure a great sculptor and assisted Vicente Blasco Ibañez, https://www.bebee.com/producer/@julio-angel-lopez-lopez/el-novelista-the-novelist
Very thanks @Bill Stankiewicz, 🐝 Brand Ambassador Close26/02/2017 #5 @Julio Angel 🐝Lopez Lopez#2 If I paint the murals in the library of the (Hispanic Society of America)
El Greco, Entierro del Conde de Orgaz
Velazquez, Las Meninas
Sorolla, Mural de Ayamonte,
Dali Los relojes
Picasso Hahaha, just see as with the brush towards the silhouette of the bull ...
The images call you or not, it's the good thing, there's for everyone.
Thans @Javier 🐝 beBee Muchas gracias.26/02/2017 #4 Bill Stankiewicz, 🐝 Brand AmbassadorJoaquín Sorolla received the Grand Prix and a Medal of Honour for 'Sad Inheritance' (Triste herencia) at the National Exhibition in Paris in 1900. The following year, Sorolla received another Medal of Honour at the 1901 National Exhibition in Madrid for the same painting.
In 1906, Sorolla put on an exhibition at the Georges Petit Galleries in Paris which included over 500 pieces of his artwork. This exhibition contained many of Sorolla's early paintings as well as his more recent impressionist landscapes that tended to focus on people wandering across sunny beaches. The Impressionist aspect can be seen in the way Joaquín Sorolla portrayed the sunlight falling on the subjects of the paintings.
Spanish Art - Joaquín Sorolla
Sorolla continued to produce many paintings extremely quickly and held many more of these large scale exhibitions in London and Germany. While on his trip to England, Sorolla met Archer Milton Huntington who later invited Sorolla to be a member of the Hispanic Society of America. In 1909, Sorolla did another large exhibition at the Hispanic Society of America, displaying 356 paintings. During that exhibition, Joaquín Sorolla managed to sell 195 of those paintings.
With regards to commissions, Sorolla's biggest commission came in 1911 when he was asked to paint a series of paintings depicting everyday life in Spain, which were to hang in the Hispanic Society of America. Sorolla, however, decided to adapt this commission so that each painting represented the different regions of Spain. These paintings took up most of Joaquín Sorolla's time and when they were finally completed in 1919, Sorolla was exhausted. He became ill, suffering a stroke in 1920, and died three years later in 1923.26/02/2017 #3 Bill Stankiewicz, 🐝 Brand AmbassadorTeam Bee's , som eadditional info on Joaquín Sorolla (1863-1923):
Spanish Art - Joaquín Sorolla
Born in Valencia, Spain, Joaquín Sorolla only spent two years with his parents as they tragically died in 1865, leaving Joaquin and his sister as orphans. Therefore, Joaquín Sorolla lived with his aunt and uncle.
At the age of fourteen, Sorolla studied in Valencia the subject of his passion: art. At eighteen years of age, Sorolla moved to Madrid, in order to be surrounded by the Madrilenian culture and to study Spanish masters' paintings in the Museo del Prado. Joaquín Sorolla then spent four years in Madrid completing an art course, but returned to his hometown of Valencia after a brief spell in Paris. It was in Valencia that Joaquín Sorolla met his wife and had his three children. The Sorolla family then moved to Madrid where Joaquín began to paint a vast number of large paintings for displays in exhibitions.
Joaquín Sorolla experienced his first taste of success with his painting 'Another Marguerite' (Otra Margarita) (1892). For this painting, Sorolla received the gold medal at the National Exhibition in Madrid, and then First Prize at the Chicago International Exhibition. Thanks to 'Another Marguerite', Joaquín Sorolla became very famous and later became the much acclaimed head of the Modern Spanish School of Painting.26/02/2017 #2 Javier 🐝 beBeeSorolla was on of the top spanish painters.
16th Century: El Greco (1541-1614)
17th Century: Diego Velázquez (1599-1660)
18th Century: Francisco Goya (1746-1828)
19th Century: Joaquin Sorolla (1863-1923)
20th Century: Pablo Picasso (1881-1973)
Joan Miró (1893-1983)
Salvador Dalí (1904-1989)
Acrylic on canvas, 80 x 80 x 4 cm,
reverse titled, dated, signed and stamped,
Year: 03/2016, Artist: Rudolf Rox.
A palette knife painting
- Producer05/02/2017A Look At My Personal Collection (Updated)ACQUIRING ORIGINAL ART DOES NOT REQUIRE SPENDING A FORTUNE... IF YOU'RE PATIENT AND BUY WHAT YOU LIKE FROM RELATIVE UNKNOWNS... Preface: One of the things that beBee does best is to provide a social media platform where business people and...
Comments15/02/2017 #13 Phil Friedman#12 Thanks for the tips, Wayne. The problem with the filter is that I am using an iPhone. When the photographic world went digital, I never replaced my Olympus SLR, which had done yeoman service when I was a yachting magazine editor because it could be programmed to automatically bracket all my shots and so made up for my lack of skill and knowledge. As to the shooting angle, it gets to be a compromise between eliminating the glare and reflections versus the distortion induced due to perspective. I could probably, if I asked, get help from my wife who is a fine arts graduate with a major in photography, but .... well, you know how that goes. :-)08/02/2017 #11 Franci🐝Eugenia HoffmanWe have a lot of art, most of it from my husband's side of the family. Most of it is wall hangings and bronze statutes. We should take the time to appreciate it more than we do. Between the two of us, we have moved numerous times and I am grateful the art has survived, thus far.08/02/2017 #10 Phil Friedman#9 You might not have guessed before, but in the right circumstances I love to talk about how one can and should make art part of one's daily life. And how one's life greatly benefits from being among the works of art -- and the animals -- one truly loves. Thank you for the kind words.08/02/2017 #8 Phil Friedman#7 Thank you, D-L, for the kind words. Your note reminded me that I have sitting on my dresser a piece that I use almost everyday -- a beautiful hand-made jewelry/what-not box crafted by an old friend of mine, Richard Hadeed, who lives in Trinidad and plies his craft/art still. I think that, when I get back from Taiwan, I will photograph the box and add the image to the queue here, as still another change in pace. Making my point, I think, that collecting pieces that you truly love and enjoy adds a worthwhile dimension to living. Thank you, my Caribbean friend. Cheers!06/02/2017 #6 Phil Friedman#5 I assure you, Jerry, that it is my pleasure. I would personally be fascinated to see some of your favorite pieces, as well as those of others outthere in beBee Land. Indeed, it would be great if we could gather a group (Hive) for those of us who are collectors and appreciators of original art works for the joy they bring to our lives and not for the investment profits we hope to make. And if we could by doing so, generate some interest among others who have felt that such art is beyond the means of ordinary people, so much the better. Cheers! PS-I just added a piece to this post.05/02/2017 #4 Phil Friedman#1 #2 Thank you for the kind words, Pam. And for the offer to start a general art hive. Unfortunately, or perhaps fortunately, I have too much on my plate now to pay proper attention to creating and nurturing a new hive. I'd be pleased, however, to support someone else who might do it. For one of my motivations in posting these images is to encourage just that development. Cheers! PS - I guess I need to ask @Matt Sweetwood how to avoid ghosts when shooting through glass in a picture frame.