“Art is literacy of the heart” Elliot Eisner / “Arte não é pureza; é purificação, não é liberdade; é libertação.” Clarice Lispector

terça-feira, 28 de junho de 2016

T stands for Art

Hello my T.Friends!

 How are you today?Hope life has been treating you well. I created a cut and paste collage page inspired by T stands for Tuesday. I made some other collages which I will show you soon.

 Last Friday I went to Patricia Piccini's exhibition "ComCiência".She blends hyper-realism and surrealism.Her sculptures and work include human-animal- plant hybrid figures and anthromorphized machines.The sculptures are in fiber glass and sylicon and they are fantastic. Patricia is from Australia. 

Linking up with T stands for Tuesday.



17 comentários:

  1. Oh my gosh, Karla. Your photos are simply incredible. I was so impressed with this artist, and I can see how the lines have been blurred with her art. Some were simply stunning, others rather staggering. I enjoyed them all, though, even if some were outside my comfort zone.

    Your digital art is always a joy, and this lovely entry is no exception. I really, really enjoyed it. Thanks for creating it for T this Tuesday. And thanks for all the lovely photos of the Piccini exhibition.

    1. Hi Elizabeth!My piece's not digital.I am glad you liked it.

    2. Hi Elizabeth!My piece's not digital.I am glad you liked it.

  2. Beautiful art and interesting photos from the exhibition, thanks for sharing and happy T Day, hugs, Valerie

  3. Wow! That is very interesting! I had never heard of that artist but boy that is awesome! Some of the exhibits are a bit unsettling and makes me think of what scientists could do if messing around with cells and genes went wrong....
    But it also sends a message that we should love each other whatever we look like.
    She (the artist) must have some sort of medical back ground as she correctly depicts how tissues grow. I didn't see the point of the peacock though....
    But thank you for sharing those photos.
    Happy T-Day!

  4. Love your art <3 and thanks for sharing the photos of the other artists. Very different and interesting work. Happy T.Day

  5. Love your art <3 and thanks for sharing the photos of the other artists. Very different and interesting work. Happy T.Day

  6. Great collage Karla and those exhibition is stunning... gosh- I don't know if I would like to see it in reality... so thank you special for the fab photos!
    oxo Susi

  7. what interesting sculptures-some fab and some just a bit freaky to me. LOVE your cut and paste collage! I would have sworn it was a digital as the images all flow so well and meld together. Happy T day!

  8. Fantastic photos of the exhibition, very interesting to see, but some were too human for my liking, but thats a good thing that we all like different subjects. Its a super page you created as well.
    Happy Tuesday.

  9. Wow! Some of that was pretty freaky!! lol BBut cool! :) Thank you so much for sharing all those pictures. I love your artwork! Happy Tday! Hugs! deb

  10. Your artwork and photography is wonderful. What an unbelievable exhibition. Wish I could have seen it. Your collage is magnificent. Oh, how I wish I could create something as beautiful as this. I love it. genie

  11. what an interesting post. somebody said the exhibited word Looks like somebody messed around with genes, and i felt similar.
    karla, i hope you are well. any time i read about the upcoming olympics and brazil in General i am thinking of you! xox

  12. LOVE the tea collage Karla. You are really good at combining such great elements together. And that looks like an interesting exhibit. The artist made some clever pieces. Hope your mom is really back on her feet and all is well down in your neck of the woods. Hugs. Erika

  13. I love your journal page! I am not sure about some of that art though! Hugs, Chrisx

  14. Bizarre exhibit and one I'd love to see in person. Happy T Tuesday on Thursday

  15. Sorry I am so late to wish you a Happy T Day.
    Computer issues got the best of me, but now I am back.
    Lovely cut and paste tea cup collage you created.
    I so enjoy playing with scissors, paper and glue ♥
    That exhibit is surely one that gets many reactions and not something you see everyday.
    Thank you for sharing.
    Hope you are having a nice weekend dear Karla oxo


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