Saturday, April 28, 2007


kunst2100 - 128 photos on Flickr: "local artists in Copenhagen 2100 Ø have their studios open saturday 28 April 2007"


Friday, April 27, 2007

kunst2100 - kunstnere

kunst2100 - kunstnere: "Der er p.t. 55 østerbrokunstnere med i KUNST 2100

Nedenfor kan du se enkelte kunsteres værker og læse mere om kunstnerne." kunst2100 KLICK - kunstnere:


kunst2100 - forside: "Åbne Værksteder

28. og 29. april kl. 11-17

KUNST2100 holder Åbne Værksteder for tredie gang. I år åbner 31
medlemmer af kunstnersammenslutningen dørene på 9 forskellige adresser.
Det sker den sidste weekend i april, og det er her på Østerbro."

soup chicken and

one cabbage, five galleries and two bars - 188 photos on Flickr


Thursday, April 26, 2007

end of course show

26 April 2007
Holbæk art school - 89 photos on Flickr


Højskolen har til huse i den gamle Holbæk Slot Ladegaard, hvis historie kan føres tilbage til år 1200, hvor der har eksisteret bebyggelse på stedet.
Den nuværende hovedbygning er med visse væsentligeændringer opført i slutningen af 1700 tallet.
Et bygningsareal på ca. 8.800 m2 danner rammen om værksteder, studielokaler og beboelse for kursister og lærere.

Kunsthøjskolen - kontakt:
"Holbæk Slots Ladegård
Ladegårdsalléen 5
DK-4300 Holbæk
Phone +45 5943 1888 ( 9.30-13.30 )
Fax +45 5943 1848 "
Kunsthøjskolen: "er en fri kunstskole"

Gaia Online

Welcome to Gaia Online

GigaOM » Move over MySpace, Gaia Online is here: "By the middle of last year, it was attracting half a million unique visitors monthly; fast forward to last month, and that number is two million. It’s not a traditional MMO like World of Warcraft; it’s not a social game like There; it doesn’t originate from Europe like Habbo Hotel or from Asia like Cyworld. You haven’t heard of it partly because the San Jose company has kept a low profile.

Another reason you’re still likely in the dark: it’s primarily designed for teens. But with online worlds all sizes and styles poised for an explosion, you’ll almost certainly hear a lot more about it soon."

Sunday, April 15, 2007

Lucia Bucklin

Time Travel - Features |
"Step into Lucia Bucklin’s landscapes and you are transported to another plane—one that combines Salvador Dali’s surrealism with the tranquility of heaven. As you wander within the image, you wait for transcendent music to sound. Still, you’re not quite sure what is lurking behind the white-leaved tree branches. It is this precisely this sensation that attracts clients to her ethereal infrared landscapes.

“Infrared film is a complicated medium to work with,” she explains. “You’re shooting with a red #25 filter and need to visualize your image. Sometimes photos I think will be amazing only turn out average when processed; sometimes shots I took to finish a roll turn out amazing.”

Bucklin says galleries consider infrared images made with film more of a fine art than those captured digitally. This leads to her number one concern—rumors that Kodak infrared film will be phased out— so she hordes rolls of the film, just in case. At $11.99 a roll, and $15 a roll for developing, the film is expensive, which explains why many photographers shoot infrared digitally or attempt the effect in Photoshop."

I loved to use polaroid photo copy transparency film with a limited grey scale - I better learn to emulate that in photoshop too.

Blaise Siwula alto saxophone

Blaise SiwulaIMAGE

Boxheart : Call for Artists

Boxheart : Call for Artists: "All work is considered through Review and Jury Procedures only. Artists with questions may contact BoxHeart for an appointment, however BoxHeart can not review work at this time. All work to be considered for gallery exhibitions and representation must be submitted in the manner set by BoxHeart and for each Juried Exhibition and/or for Review. Space and time is limited! Artists that follow gallery procedures are given first priority and consideration. "

Boxheart : Information: "'Art is both love and friendship and understanding, the desire to give. It is not charity, which is the giving of things, it is more than kindness, which is the giving of the self. It is both the taking and giving of beauty, the turning out to the light the inner folds of the awareness of the spirit. It is the recreation of another plane of the realities of the world, the tragic and wonderful realities of earth and man, and all the interrelations of these.'

Written by Ansel Adams in a letter to his best friend, Cedric Wright in 1937."

this re-entry blog was about


moving my blogging and starting over on the beta blogger"

but is going to continue as my visual arts note book

Hugh Watkins BFI artist

Carnegie Mellon Today: "HughWatkins.jpg

Hugh Watkins (A'81)
has produced a series of 15 Barn Prints that play off the fact that 2 percent of farms in the U.S. produce 50 percent of the nation's food. The prints all contain variations on the words '2%,' 'FEED' and 'U.S.' The collection of wood block prints, called 'Broadsides,' was featured at the BoxHeart Gallery in Pittsburgh July 13–27.


BoxHeart Gallery Pittsburgh - Google Image Search