I want to live in this world that artist Mariano Peccinetti has created out of pure creativity. A world where people realize that there is nothing more perfect then nature. No decor or material, designing all the decor around the universe and nature.
Find more of Mariano Peccinetti’s work on his blog and if you would like to support this artist you can buy his work in different forms on this link
society 6 an artist collective finding creative ways so that the work can still have a life and a use. Beauty is magical because it makes people happy!
I hope you all enjoyed and have a lovely day.
Love love love
Melika Emira Baccouche
I’ve set up a collage of my favorite pieces of Sofia Bonati’s paintings. I simply love the sentiment I get when looking at these.
So beautiful and etherial, you can find the link for this artiste at the end of this blog.
Enjoy the art!
LOve love love!
My work employs hands on methods and low-tech materials. It mostly revolves around appropriation, mark making and colour. The strongest themes running through my work are portraiture, expressionism and form.
French painter. He was a self-taught artist. His early works were which included plastic objects. This of prefabricated materials led to his association with . Raysse exhibited a world, new, antiseptic and modern. His approach anticipated that of the , who likewise used objects and images deriving from advertising.During the 1960s Raysse began to make more pictorial compositions, based on images from advertising as well as on high art. He also produced paintings in which a deliberate roughness of execution is emphasised by the superimposition of a single neon line. Raysse began at this time to create his own prototypes as another way of continuing to elevate bad taste and falsity to the level of art.
In the mid 1960s Raysse’s work developed around a number of recurrent themes; in particular he concentrated on the contours of a, a mouth or an eye, repeating them endlessly using all kinds of visual formulae, and drawing on the most diverse types of materials.
He gave up his pictorial explorations in the atmosphere of the events of 1968 in France. When he returned to painting, his work had undergone an important change. Little by little he moved away from the urban world towards a return to nature, a bucolic ideal of a gentle and calm community with reminiscences of Poussin and of mythology. He used and tempera to depict timeless magical or fantastic scenes, anticipating the vogue for mythological subjects that appeared in the work of other painters in the 1980s.
Here is an outline of his beautiful work for my beautiful humans
Sending LOVE LOVE & more LOVE
Mélika Emira Baccouche