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Folk Art

Divine Devon Art is from an indigenous culture and from modern peasants or other laboring peoples. In contrast to’Art’ folk art is primarily utilitarian and decorative and majorly aesthetic.Devon Folk Art is characterized by a naive style, in which traditional  rules of proportion and perspective are defied.

Addiction to a Dream

Alcohol, cocaine, sex, soaps, lottery, all are an addictive dream.SP1 t

Debt

All money is debt Madoma1

Stardust 2 Stardust

From stardust to stardust each of of us makes an evolutionary step. [shopify product=http://brambleart.myshopify.com/products/madonna-and-child]girl 3

Red Love

Running at a brick wall.red love thumb Frightening. Exciting. No way to stop. Keep pushing and knowing it is the end. How do we end? All of us will drive a different path but all of us end up the same.

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Trying

So, and again so, look at it I say, feel  it and then try again, again. Where did I get? Keep on. Keep searching with the brush. Hesitate and move on. We are with you. Who? The envolvement continues until, until we find a beginning or is it an end.

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http://auspat.blogspot.com/2015/01/the-trees-are-blue.html

Devon Eye II

Devon Eye II

Heath VII

Heath VII

Heath VI

Heath VI

Feel

Karen II

Karen II

Do what you do and listen to no-one. Add wet paint to paint and figure it out yourself. Sorry I can not be a help. We all do what we have to do. Pain or love the result is the result.facep2 thumbChar1.21

The ‘It’ Girl

Clara Bow II

Clara Bow II

Clara Bow came from nowhere to be the greatest film star of the silent era in terms of box-office dollars. Moreover, she made a successful transition into ‘talkies’,  a process so many others failed.

Clara’s is a story no one could have dreamed or imagined. Born amongst the poorest in New York in 1905 Clara at aged 16 entered and won a national acting competition that gave her the opportunity she had always fought for – a role in the movies. Her determination is to be admired since it was largely the belief in herself  that rocketed her to stardom. For me her greatest skill is the way she can convey such a range and intensity of emotion through her eyes alone and it is something I try to capture in my paintings of her http://brambleart.com/artwork/clara-bow-portraits/.

carla bow I detail

carla bow I detail

Clara came to personify the ‘flapper’ era – beautiful, smart and ‘women power’ at its best. She became known as “The ‘It’ Girl” after her magical performance in the movie ‘It’ in 1927. So in control of her life Clara shocked her fans and Hollywood by quitting the movie business on her own terms in 1933.

For more on Clara Bow: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Clara_Bow

Watch the movie ‘It’ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S4MOQSRC_bM

For what the critics say about the artist: http://auspat.blogspot.com/2015/01/the-trees-are-blue.html

Clara Bow IV - Detail

Clara Bow IV – Detail