This is a follow-up to How To Paint With Two Kids Under Three. The corona-time special. The previous blog post was rather general. This is going to be a bit more precise. The reason to write it down is simply to provide information for those who are lucky enough to work from home WITHOUT kids and as a consolation to those, who DO have them and to make on thing understood for once and for all: you are not alone.
We hear those wonderful, unbelievable price records that take place at famous art auctions. My selling price record is nothing compared to these, but during my 10 year career, last week I made a selling price record :)
Today I want to share just one painting: MAN CARRYING A CHILD. 2018, oil on canvas, 120 x 80 cm. Because it's special. Now back from Associazione Internazionale Arti Plastiche Italia I UNESCO exhibition!
If you want to make a special memory into an original & everlasting painting, write me at firstname.lastname@example.org . It would be an honour to do so and I'm sure the receiver will be very happy too, whether it's for Christmas, birthday or any other anniversary.
There is this neverending debate about the intimate soul of an artwork. The source from which the finalized painting came from in the first place. The feelings that were put into the painting. The effect it has in the room it is situated (for forever?).
13 questions: Liis Koger, the creator of meditative worlds
Liis Koger, a poetess and artist living in Tartu is known for her abstract paintings. Her artwork has attended several international exhibitions, auctions and charity events, and next time her paintings will be shown in Italy. What are the daily routines and sources of inspiration for the talented artist?
Wonderful Italy awaits my painting MAN CARRYING A CHILD to participate at an AIAPI, UNESCO official partner exhibition HUMAN RIGHTS, curated by Roberto Ronca. AIAPI stands for Associazione Internazionale Arti Plastiche Italia.