McFox asked this question on the artcone forums: This poster was popular in the 70’s. A young woman with long red hair, with deep orange wrap/dress. If I remember, she is standing on a balcony with a garden in the background.
Very rich colours similar in style to Rosetti but pretty sure it’s not him. Can you help please?
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Lenny asked this question on the artcone forums: http://mobile.brando.com.hk/HandyStrapVDD_Love.php
theres how they look, i would like to make my own special ones but i dont know how to start them or to create them to look like that
i think you may start by using a paperclip body but im not sure, anyone know or have any online sites that show how to do it?
ok i just want to make it for FUN
not use it for evil powers, dont spaz out, i see it as a cute little keychain or whatnot
id prefer answers relevant to my question THANKS
Ok wow, those who answered are obviously freaks
thanks for nothing
Stasha asked this question on the artcone forums: Art collector Charles Saatchi, known for championing British artists, will open a new exhibition this week consisting of works by foreign talent.
The Triumph of Painting: Part Two at Saatchi’s County Hall gallery, London, will feature works by one Polish and five German painters.
Saatchi last omitted British artists from an exhibition in the 1987 New York Now show in his north London gallery.
Saatchi is well-known for his support of British artists such Damien Hirst.
He owns a vast collection of work, with many pieces by British stars including Hirst, Tracey Emin and the Chapman Brothers, and is also credited with helping to bring Hirst to the attention of the public and the media.
Hirst’s now famous work The Physical Impossibility of Death in the Mind of Someone Living – 14-foot tiger shark preserved in formaldehyde- was commissioned by Saatchi in 1991 for Â£50,000.
The work propelled Hirst to fame after it was first shown in 1992.
The Triumph of Nature: Part Two will cover subjects as diverse as natural disasters, accidents and the fall of Communism in Eastern Europe.
One room will be dedicated to German painter Franz Ackerman, who deals with topics such as urban generation and offers “an apocalyptic view of an ever-shrinking world” in his canvases.
In another, Polish painter Wilhelm Sasnal’s work uses images that emerged during and after the fall of Communism in Eastern Europe. The works of German artist Dirk Skreber’s deal with accidents and natural disasters like car crashes and floods.
Another German painter, Albert Oehlen, proclaims there is no viable role for painting today and is said to “subvert art’s lofty idealism and focus on exposing art’s failures” in his work.
The show is the second instalment in Saatchi’s 20th anniversary exhibition. The first opened in January to feature established painters Martin Kippenberger, Peter Doig, Marlene Dumas, Luc Tuymans, Jorg Immendorff and Hermann Nitsch.
Feathers asked this question on the artcone forums: Finally i have entered the age of digital…:yes: Got a Canon EOS 300D off ebay, and i couldn’t be happier, came with a USM macro lens and the extra battery grip. Having played with it for a week or so i think it’s much better than the D70 (sorry steve…lol) but yeah anyone with any question’s give us a shout…..
Jeff asked this question on the artcone forums: When is the exact date that you are opening this site up? Also, would a site to enter the topsites have to be Art related? I am working on a Web Hosting Index type site, and am going to later inplement it into a Web Resource site with multi-sections once the Web Hosting Index site gets fairly big. I am looking for anyways to promote it.
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