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Art of Real Life

In most ways an artist’s creation is an interpretation of life as they see it or as they interpret it.  And we as viewers or possibly voyeurs are provided an opportunity to see life through another’s eyes.  Is it that we who … Continue reading

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Art Flowing from Life

I purchased an oil painting not too long ago which was painted in 1919.  This is of course shortly after WW1 had ended.  It portrays a market scene somewhere in Europe. In the background, we see people shopping at the … Continue reading

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Art of Neighbourhood

Down the road a number of mile lies a city called Cambridge. It is well known world wide for the Colleges of the University of Cambridge. The most famous is of course Kings’ College with its’ chapel. I have in … Continue reading

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Art in 2D and 3D

The reality which we look at in a picture is but a moment, a two dimensional moment with apparent depth and perspective. But the actual history and reality of what we are looking at is likely unknown to us. It … Continue reading

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