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turecepcja:

Paintings by Anne-Marie Kornachuk

I am interested in looking at states of being; spaces and events that create many questions and answers and can be looked at in positive and negative ways. I use figurative gesture, color, and composition to speak about these internal states. I intentionally convey only small details of the body. These figurative details speak for the body as a whole. They also represent moments of intense intimacy, placing the viewer in the position of voyeur or participant. The animated nature of the fabric, which overwhelms the figure at times, plays multiple roles. I see a kind of operatic drama in the beauty, complexity and rippling energy of the fabric as if the fabric is alive with the hidden internal dramas of the figure (…)

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Photo Series Captures Women’s Faces Before, During & After Orgasm Challanges Our Ideas of Female Sexuality

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lauramakabresku:

Sanatorium of Silence

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nemfrog:

“Masked ladies of Zanzibar.” Wide World Magazine. January 1914.

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turecepcja:

Illustrations by Seamless

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hitku:

by Leonora Carrington

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theonlymagicleftisart:

From the profane to the sublime - photography by Erwin Olaf. h/t Art-Tension

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girlsingreenfields:

Line in the Sand. Guinevere van Seenus photographed by Jack Davison for Vogue UK October 2017.

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my-secret-eye:

Paul Delvaux, Skeletons in an Office, 1944

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heathenwoods:

Ellen Rogers

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contemporary-art-blog:

Anselm Kiefer,  Die Ordnung der Engel, 2000

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magictransistor:

Graciela Iturbide. Carnaval en México. 1974-1980. 

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turecepcja:

Illustrations by Jerbing

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inkfromtheoctopus:

Roberto Ferri.
Ferri, born in Italy in the 1970s, creates realistic works that seem to mimic mythological subjects of the baroque period.

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crossconnectmag:

Hybrid creatures of the natural world by Lisa Ericson

Lisa Ericson is an artist and designer based in Portland, Oregon and is known for her surreal and hyperrealistic animal paintings. Having studied painting at Yale she embarked upon a career in illustration and graphic design. You can find her on Instagram or Facebook.


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