vendredi 30 octobre 2009

lundi 26 octobre 2009

Michael Cohn and Molly Stone

Molly Stone photos prises sur leur site Vraiment étonnant cette profusion de cucurbitacés ....
Michael Cohn
"...Bigger-than-Life hopes to reveal the beauty that Nature holds. The voluptuous forms of the Giant Pumpkin and Acorn accentuate the promise of succulent fruit, and anticipate the potential for great things to emerge. Giant Pumpkins grow luminous stems of gold luster glass and Acorns are capped in iridescent gold glass. Produced in abundance of rainbow colors, in sizes and shapes ranging from 4" to 14" in diameter. Remarkable centerpieces grouped on the table -- equally awe inspiring, tucked under a bush in the garden--a hidden find that will guarantee stories of found allure..."

samedi 24 octobre 2009

Carolee Clark "halloween"

J'ai attendu ce moment avec impatience pour vous faire découvrir ses créations. Allez vite voir son site plein de rêves, de magie de charme et de poésie...
Carolee Clar "...I am inspired by all things magical, wicked and whimsical; fairy tales and legends, ghost stories, childhood Halloweens and just about anything in the natural world around me. Most of my work is painted in acrylics on signs and wood functional items, but I try to find the time to work in other mediums as well. I’ve recently been experimenting with incorporating three dimensional accents into my work and I love it! Many hours go into the creation of each design, and I try to give each piece it’s own personality and sense of whimsy. I’ve been selling my art on eBay for five years now. What began as a few “bewitching” pieces during the traditional Halloween season has turned into a year round passion! One of the nicest aspects of selling my work on the web has been “meeting” all the wonderful art collectors, witchy enthusiasts and animal lovers from all over the world..."

"...Halloween est une fête folklorique anglo-saxone[1], à laquelle certains prêtent une origine celtique, basée sur la concomitance calendaire du 1er novembre, période de l'antique fête religieuse celtique de Samain[2]. Cette tradition a été transportée en Amérique du Nord au XIXe siècle par les Irlandais, les Écossais et autres immigrants.

Le principal symbole de l'Halloween est la citrouille, remplacée quelquefois par un potiron, issu de la légende irlandaise de Jack-o'-lantern : on le découpe pour y dessiner, en creux, un visage, puis on place une bougie en son centre..."

jeudi 22 octobre 2009

Duy Huynh

Un vrai coup de cœur découvert
sur le blog de Zoe
  Duy Huyhn
A su créer un monde magique, mêlé d'émotions poétiques

"...Vietnamese born artist Duy Huynh’s poetic and contemplative acrylic paintings symbolically depict geographic and cultural displacement. With his figures, Duy explores motion along with emotion in order to portray not just the beauty of the human form, but also the triumphs of the human spirit. While much of Duy’s work is deeply personal, his clever and often times humorous use of symbolism and wordplay invites the viewer to create their own storyline..."

samedi 17 octobre 2009

Philippe Fernandez

Philippe Fernandez Photos prises sur ce site Une vraie magie se dégage de ses créations.... j'adore ...