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FREE YOUR MIND. LET THE ART TAKE OVER. YOU WILL FEEL SO MUCH BETTER. BE INSPIRED. BE SPEECHLESS WITH TALENT. CREATE ON A DIFFERENT LEVEL.

YOU ARE NOW ENTERING FREE AND UNBLOCKED MINDS. CONSIDER THIS YOUR WARNING. MAY YOU NEVER SEE ANYTHING THE SAME AGAIN.

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Marie-Claude Gervais

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Born in Montreal in the late 70‘S, Marie-Claude Gervais was raised by an artist mother. She began to draw with her, using pas tel s and charcoal. Like her mother, she drew faces. It came clear that she had a natural talent. At the age of 9, her mother put her in oil classes for 3 months, where She learned the basis of painting. A few years later, after experiencing life with it's bad and good side, she felt the need to express in her own way. Intertwining her passion for women in art history with her own history, she began to paint modern females, portraying her emotions through these women.

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Michelle Izquierdo

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David Bromstad HGTV, Design Star Design Star 6, Contestant Mentor Color Splash, Host Artist and all - around ―HOT SOUP‖ types of guy

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Exclusive Interview - David Bromstad

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David Bromstad takes a different approach to art. He doesn‘t worry too much about trying to impress you or to shock you. In fact, he says his art and approach hasn‘t changed much since his stellar rise to stardom on HGTV and in the design world. A small town boy from Minnesota, he always had a passion for art; trading coloring books for cans of paint as the years progressed. Most artists work in one of two mediums, becoming slaves to the canvas or prisoners to the sculpture, but Bromstad has a unique style which evolved over the course of his career: His ability to create fantastic and wonderful designs for his clients, whether it is a child's playroom, an adult bedroom or a massive commercial project. ―The biggest compliment I can get is when someone walks into a room and says, ‗This is not my home.‘ I want to create an escape,‖ said Bromstad.

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This affinity for escapism isn‘t a new sentiment for Bromstad. He‘s always loved the fantastic and borderline magical. Despite claiming he knew ―nothing about interior design,‖ in the beginning; he declared that he likes being ex-

citing, playful and humorous with his work.

Whether this is a remnant from his post — college days at Disney or a residue from his childhood obsession with coloring books and crayons is anybody‘s guess. But his verve and enthusiasm comes through in all of his designs and works. Irrespective, he thanks Mickey Mouse for bringing him into the art world by highlighting the wonder of color and creation.

Bromstad doesn’t work with just paints, rooms and wall coverings — he is an accomplished carpenter and artist, commanding several different mediums. Indeed, working as a contract artist for Disney, he was instilled with an absolute sense of perfection. Every color had to be spot on, every contour just right, but after a while he became bored with the tediousness of sanding and prepping Disney sculptures. By a series of serendipitous events (and partially out of necessity to make ends meet) Bromstad found himself working for Disney‘s Parks and Resorts Visual Team, learning the craft of wood making. From there, the glue for his love affair with sculpture and carpentry was set. ―Go buy yourself a jigsaw, some glue and some screws,‖ his father, a woodworker himself, advised his son. ―As I did the carpentry, I learned and absorbed the power of creating something out of nothing – 3 dimensionally – and was like

„Wow…this is really something that is going to stay with me the rest of my life‟,” reflected Bromstad. Now , a new notch in his artistic gun-belt was cut and a new style under his trigger finger.

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―I paint more because that‘s the easiest and quickest. But I love building sculptures. I love working with

woods and light and shiny, glittery, golden things,” said Bromstad, commenting on which medium he likes to use most. However, he confessed he still yearns to work with one more medium: Glass blowing. Fascinated with the artisanship and tradition of the art form, “there is something really primal and beautiful about it,” stated Bromstad. ―You have to be even more innovative with this [glass blowing] medium and technique. You can do almost

the only limits are your creativity anything with it, and

and the limitations of the glass itself,‖ he added. To his delight, he now works on a project where he can carry's out his dream of creating wondrous escapes within peoples homes. In regards to his latest HGTV project, Color Splash, he said, “It's a blessing. We get to go

in and change people's lives with color.”

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His talent as an artist shines through in the show. He often includes vibrant artwork in some of his designs. Most of the time, he creates the art piece for an extravagant and playfully designed room last. Sometimes his clients tell them what they want and other times he has to use the room itself as a muse to invision the creation, in both chromatic and tonal composition. Fortunately for the masses, Bromstad has a new partnership with Penny Lane Publishing, which will make his art available to a larger market. This partnership will greatly increase Bromstadʼs reach by exposing his art to a much wider base. David Bromstad, as a person, is very humble and passionate with a playful streak surging through his persona. His favorite quote is ―Hot Soup‖ a phrase that is as versatile as his art. His favorite artist, Lady Gaga - ―She encompasses more than just music and is so relevant,‖. His favorite movie? Kick Ass. Like the whimsical nature of his art and creations, ―I love fantasy and sci-fi movies...anything that has to do with escapism I love,‖ he declared.

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Regarding his paintings and which style he has more of a fondness for – realist or the abstract - Bromstad said, ―I love the realistic look because it adds something more interesting, but I love the feel of the abstract.‖ His approach to art may be a self-prescribed remedy for A.D.D., as Bromstad notes, “Every artist has A.D.D. and dyslexia somewhere,” he mused with a giggle. “When I'm creating I just want more...fast, fast, fast! Every single painting I do I think is going to be a complete failure. Then, at the last minute, I put the finishing touches on it, and it comes to life. And Iʼm like ʻWoohoo!ʻ” (Editors note: no amount of stylized text could relay the hilarity and passion of Bromstad)

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On a heavier note, Bromstad doesn't agree with the standard art school outlook of working with just one medium and not branching off into other avenues. ―Many art schools, even my art school, they tell you that you need to have one specific style so you go to apply [for jobs] and they can look and say I know who David Bromstad is as an artist‖ he commented. ―The irony of it, he explained is the people that got great job offers used several different mediums. Versatility is the key, and if you can be great at sculpting, painting, blowing glass or laying concrete floors – sell it!‖, Bromstad elaborated. For the artists out there trying to pursue their dreams of creating vibrant and touching pieces of artwork for the rest of their lives, Bromstad had this to say: The most important thing if you decide you're going to be

an artist, is to be an artist! Suffer and become that artist, feel it, live it and if you are truly talented and have the drive, that will bring you success. Whether you are creating dynamic spaces for people to live in, working on wondrous commercial projects, painting on a wall or canvas, David Bromstad is proof positive that with enough passion, drive and child — like wonder, you will create something marvelous and amazing. Bromstad believes art is an everyday life - ―I don't think people realize that everything they do, everything they see, has art behind it.‖

Behind everything is an artist. We're the power behind creation. -David Bromstad

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The Intrigue of duCret School of Art Until recently, little was known about NJ‘s oldest non-profit art school, the duCret School of Art, which celebrates its 85th birthday this year. The state‘s best kept secret was leaked when three duCret students began appearing and re-appearing on TLC‘s TV series ‗Cake Boss‘ last season. People began to get curious about the mysterious yellow mansion in Plainfield, NJ; the school the artists were emerging from. Of course, artists ‗in the know‘ have always come in to paint or sculpt on the property. It is not NYC slick & flashy as one would expect. It‘s a historic building. Nationally acclaimed painters, portrait artists and illustrators, as well as graphic designers who are now affiliated with some of the nation's most prestigious advertising agencies, listed among the many who have studied at duCret. When first walking through, one can almost physically feel the signature trail of all of the artists who‘ve been there before. Because of the unusual ambience the building itself emits, it leaves a very intriguing and uplifting feeling upon your soul. Everythingisart.cc Issue |X|

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Information can be obtained by contacting the school at (908) 757-7171 or visiting the web site: www.duCret.edu Become amazed at the ongoing events, school activities and the pure talent of duCret.

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Vladimir Ginzburg

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―I like wandering on the streets, looking at trees, houses, doors, gates, stones and everything else you can see there. Even though only trees are considered to be alive, everything there has some kind of strange life. They cannot express themselves with sounds, but they have their language: language of forms and colors. People in my paintings are part of the landscape, they look motionless, but they are alive, waiting for their moment, like everything else around them‖.

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MIKEL ELAM

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Hannah Lynn Plotke Rhode Island www.hannahplotke.com

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Hannah Lynn Plotke was born in Berkeley CA, and grew up in New Haven, CT. Her love of the medium of paint has not faltered since her earliest memory. She works with oil paint to create paintings that combine a sense of the real and the tangible, with abstraction and tapestry. She received her Bachelor Of Fine Arts in Painting from The Rhode Island School of Design, in Providence RI, and will be spending the next year at the Mendocino Art Centerʼs artist in Residence Program. ―For me, painting is tied closely to the act of adornment or decorating. With painting, we adorn an external piece of ourselves. To create, adorn, and give ourselves identity and self worth are the earliest and truest traits of humanity.‖

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―Painting allows me to question the presumed notion of the truth. I am interested in a painting‘s ‗truth‘, rather than its ‗likeness‘. I am interested in truth next to likeness. I want to break the conventions and assumptions we have about our exteriors. The paintings invite the viewer in through the familiar imagery. Tension is created through unexpected elements. As an artist, it is really important for me to admit my complicity in the critique of my work. I need to be both present, and an observer in my life‖ Plotke explained. ―Having insight into one‘s own role in and what is around them, makes the work more pertinent. The work is about making something beautiful and then destroying it or making a dirty and grotesque image and forming it into something beautiful. It seems to me that that is how the world works.―

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Michelle Magdalena Maddox

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The greatest of grievances are merely keys given to unlock doors to enlightenment.

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Well traveled, jet setting, adventurous and free spirited to the 10th degree. I communicate beauty and emotion with my models, who are almost always my closest friends, I believe this shows in the genuine nature of my photographs. At age 17, I took one month off in between high-school and my studies at Brooks Institute of Photography, a world renowned school of commercial and motion pictures. Brooks still had a film based undergraduate program at the time. Ours was one of the last classes to learn photography using analog techniques, and I milked it for all it was worth. My interests extend beyond fine art nudes into documentary and humanitarian causes, as shown in my PROPAGANDA images, touching on themes of Cancer, Future Water, an end to TOXIC environments, and a need for EVOLVED ENERGY. I am an active member of the campaign for a US Department of Peace and I truly believe in the power of art to shape the future of our planet. One Day soon images will echo the changes we all try to practice, like religious icons for compassion and forgiveness. There is always a time for new lessons to be learned and new battles to be won, and for us, PEACE and BALANCE in this world is closer than ever. NAMASTE . MAGDALENA .

Michelle‘s Photo from her "Clasp" MILK SERIES has left us in awe, and is the cover of this issue. Her work captures the attention and changes the visual perspective of anyone who has the pleasure of observing it.

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Robert J. Meulemans Massachusetts www.robertmeulemans.com Fine Art

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ART

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ART IS EVERYWHERE. ART

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ART IS WHEN YOU HAVE TO DRAW YOU CAN GET YOUR HANDS ON.

ON WHATEVER

BE IT A POST IT, AN OLD PAPER, A MASTERPIECE WITHOUT A DOUBT WAITING, BEGGING, SCREAMING, PLEADING TO YOUR HANDS AND CALLING OUT YOUR NAME TO CREATE YOUR SOUL ON…_______ ________________________________ ART

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My sole intent is to have people strike up an interest whether it be a dislike or like of the drawings.

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Mark Powell

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Armando Cabba Quebec Fine Artist armandocabba.blogspot.com

―You need an antagonist in your life.

Otherwise how else will you know what you‘re capable of?‖

Armando Cabba was born on June 25th 1990 in Montreal, Quebec. He didn‘t grow up with a high interest in art. He went to Selwyn House School which isn‘t very art oriented. During those 2 years He was working from photographs found all over the place, mainly from magazines. He took risks and experimented and this would continue in CGEP.

ered how powerful art was and how it acted as way to vent out stress and issues. He had begun to immortalize my inner demons for the world to see. This moment would be a turning point in his life as my past would reappear in future works. It was also at Dawson where he began to work on self-portraits. Cabba graduated in 2009 and was accepted into Concordia.

Cabba graduated Selwyn House School in 2007 with winning the McCall Prize of Art and was accepted into the Fine Arts program at Dawson College. Apart from painting and drawing, he worked in sculpture and that exposed me to working with wood, metal, ceramics, and everything else you can imagine. He did silk screen along with digital art. Every student was exposed to every medium, and he loved it. It opened so many doors. Eventually he discov-

He is currently studying there and I am going into his third year. In the Painting and Drawing Program, he also took up ceramics for a year and recently has tried his hand at more contemporary art practices. This involves installations and performance pieces. He has been thinking more of painting in the contemporary and what makes it contemporary. Still paying much respect to the old masters and also to current figures in the art world, ―My work keeps evolving and it‘s been a fun journey so far,‖

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Omar Macchiavelli

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What, if anything, do you consistently draw inspiration from? From the people I see every day and the people I've seen once, from the music, my woman, my friends, the cultures I've met and the people I would love to know. And of course from all the other forms of arts. What does your work offer society? I hope one instant of emotion. What are your goals as a photographer? The satisfaction of a job well done, the good vibes in the crew, the end result of a finished work in a frame. How important do you feel Art is to the world? Humanity is Art. Do you think that society would be different if photography was never invented? I think so. At this moment we can recognize the social, political and economical situation of a country from a single picture shot. So I think the society is totally habituated and understood by the speed and the language of the images. Without it, it would be a world slow and boring. Are you a self taught photographer or did you require schooling? I've studied Photography at University DAMS in Arts & Media.

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Do you ever find yourself in a "photo funk", and, if so, how do you get out of it? No, never. But it will probably come. What is the lasting impression you want to leave in your photos? I would like to leave a sense of well-being and aesthetic composition.

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If you want to know how to lose yourself in a piece? If what you seek is the path to expression? If what you desire is to feed the fire of your soul? The explanation lies waiting on page 74 and 75...

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Answer: The pages are

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FrEe YoUr MInd

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Franco Castelluccio New Jersey www.francocastelluccio.com Sculpture

The Double Helix –Close Up

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Born April 12, 1955 in Newark, New Jersey, Franco Castelluccio from a young age committed himself to become a sculptor. Self taught, he has spent years learning independently in Italy, studying anatomy and form from the master works and trained himself at drawing classes with the prestigious Art Students League of New York. Currently, his sculptures are sought after by private collectors around the world. In his work, Castelluccio strives to portray the human spirit and its inner strength through hyper-realistic figurative art and often within representations of what he calls "dedicated lives." ―These are testing times for all. More and more we will see men and women, especially young men and women, looking for clues that they have nearly come safely through the difficulties‖ Castelluccio said ―This is why I feel inspired to create public art. That my art may serve to inspire and offer reflection as a reminder that progress actually is being made and that after all their efforts, there will be times of joy ahead‖.

My ambition in creating art is to draw people in and capture their imaginations. -Franco Castelluccio ―To encourage introspection of their own philosophies. To cause an abandonment of daily tribulations in order to contemplate the larger cycles of life. To not be confined to what I can see in a model before me, but rather to have the command to create what I know is the essence of a good sculpture."

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Gayle Arnold

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Close your eyes. Now bang your head against the wall. You need to be awake for this; your mind needs to be open as much as your eyes. Jar yourself into this vision, jolt yourself into the scene you’re about to read. Imagine two lovers; two people enamored so completely with one another that they can’t tear themselves away from their mate for even a second. Imagine the silhouettes of their bodies so close they might as well be attached. Envision their breath on each other’s skin, their hands caressing one another’s. Imagine their kisses falling on each other’s faces like raindrops in the moonlight, glistening and wet. Imagine the sculptures of their figures pushed against each other, like art in motion. Imagine the sighs of relief and glares of desire. These two lovers are just that: in love. Now open your eyes. Love is blind; it cannot be led or tamed and knows no bounds. It, also, knows no gender. Congratulations New York, for leading the way to equality.

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Photography Brieanna Scolaro New Jersey

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These pictures are ones that are forever engraved in Scolaro‘s mind. Emotion is triggered in viewers by the subjects being fire, smoke, poverty and scenes foreign to the average person living in the contemporary United States. The main goal of this series is to show others that it is our duty to be knowledgeable about world affairs. Art is the vehicle by which we can spread the word, despite the danger.

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Mary Ann Leitch/ MAL Philadelphia

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Nancy Murdoch Canada

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"Angels have wings, Faeries have wands, Artists have whimsy. It's all such a magical mystery."

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―The painter‘s intent is embedded in his medium and in his painting. Any perception is action, and it changes that upon which it acts, and in so doing, it is itself changed. Certain paintings can capture and direct the healing abilities of the viewer‖

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A Quote from Seth her mentor which changed her perspective on art and life forever. The awareness I gleaned from that statement forced my eyes wide open several years ago. And along with awareness comes responsibility. If people viewing my art were going to be changed, then it was up to me to be as clear, uplifting and empowering as I could be so that the viewers‘ transformation could be a healing experience. Then and there I intended that my artwork would reconnect the viewer with the Universal Source of well being and unleash the innate beauty and love that is the truth of his or her being – the Truth of all of our Beings. There are many paths leading us to our deepest truth, but there is only one destination. Art has the power to bring us home. All my art has embedded within it the conscious intention to make your journey blissful, inspirational and well worth the ride. Everythingisart.cc

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Vivian Andreoli

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Vivian was self taught and trained by her mother. It was clear early on that Vivian was not comfortable with working in the classic mold. She was bold and brash; sensual and erotic; she worked with bright colors and feminine forms; not the classic Renaissance nudes but a more refined contemporary Italian look. As an artist, she strives with each brush stroke to manipulate not only the color on her canvas but the emotion of her audience. ―When the canvas is complete you are exhausted and breathless, exactly as you would be after making love. If executed to perfection both the painter and the viewer have this feeling of exhaustion and exhilaration”!

―I learned from a young age that when I was painting it was as if every touch of my brush intersected inextricably with my breath, with my soul, with all my heart! Which drug is more powerful than Art? Art gets hold of you, it seduces you, it pushes you up and down, in a swing of joy and pain, to points unexpected, unknown, and unforeseeable. This is our family, this is my life, this is Art. Life is Art. Every-

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ROGER FIFE

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Roger Fife started off as musician and songwriter in London, England. He enjoyed success as a songwriter and performer along with his band mate Rebecca Pidgeon, with their group Ruby Blue. After releaseing 4 albums in the U.K., Roger moved to NYC to work as a music producer, opening his own studio near Wall Street. He worked with many recording artists including: Antony & the Johnsons, Cyndi Lauper, Tricky, The Infadels and Jagz Kooner. He has also written music for TV and film. Around 2001, Roger was asked to contribute a sound piece to an artists‘ group show at the 16 Beaver Group in Lower Manhattan. His first piece ―Talk about Myself‖ featured NY artist Guy Richards Smit and was well received, including favorable praise from artist Chuck Close and critic David Levi Strauss. Roger went on to produce many more sound pieces and took part in further shows in NYC. He decided to curate his own show ―Of Relationship,‖ and began collaborations with other artists. This led to live performances with fashion designers such as Tess Giberson, C.O.U.P and Cynthia Rawley. Roger also collaborated with Guy Smit for the film Nausea II at MOMA, and Susa Templin for a show at the Frankfurt Museum of Modern Art. He has also continued to work as a music producer and mixer. Roger has made a custom sound piece for Everything Is Art which can be found on the website as well as this issues' video.

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Melissa Matarese Pennsylvania www.mesa-enterprises.com Fine Art & Graphics My inspiration to create is found in the everyday, natural beauty of this world; from the trees we walk past day in and day out, to the wonders and wildlife untouched by man to the beauty of the human form. My passion to create expands beyond the canvas... the idea is to get my artwork off of the living room wall and into people‘s everyday life by producing wearable art for a cause. Through Mesa Eco Apparel & Accessories I am able to expand the creative process. After a painting is completed it is then simplified down to a graphic and screen printed onto eco friendly garments using plastic free inks. The graphics used on Mesa apparel are not only inspired by Mother Earth and but also give back to her. 5% of all Mesa Eco profits go directly to Conservation International.

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I believe that an artist utilizes art as a form of emotional and expressive language. Art is a universal language of the soul, a language that helps connect people, cultures, and communities. Art not only internally speaks to someone by forming a message in one‘s mind, but it also creates an inner feeling that is individualistic in a sense. Such a feeling could trigger a thought, smell, touch or a myriad of sensory inputs. Therefore abstract art is not only visual but a mechanism in which a person can portray their emotions. Art is so profound it is difficult to explain all its marvelous aspects because it is man‘s unique creation. It is not tangible; therefore human language cannot express its form. I believe that an artist‘s vision is thoughts put in a reality on a canvas to explain to another human being what simply cannot be explained. Often in my work I take certain inspirations from Michelangelo, Leonardo Da Vinci and other masters, not because of their stupendous techniques but because of their uniqueness. The concept of uniqueness in my work is crucial because it reveals brushstrokes of thoughts, feelings, and one‘s true message. Everythingisart.cc

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When most people see rusted metal and automotive paint they think of scrapped cars. They envision an automobile on its last legs, ready to be retired in some junkyard in parts unknown. They picture a car crusher, turning a massive hunk of metal and wire and paint into a small, compact little box, completely unrecognizable and rather commonplace. Larry Hunt sees things differently. He sees a piece of art, waiting to take shape, waiting for new life after its days of being attached to a Ford are over. This transformation at the steady hands of Santa Rosa, California native Larry Hunt isn‘t an easy task, but involves some heavy duty gear: welding torches, hammers, vises, and other artifices that clank late into the night. Without the delicate brushes or fine-tipped pens of other artists, he uses a combination of force and understanding, making a piece of scrap metal transform into an artistic phoenix, rising from junkyard ashes into a new form and creation with new life breathed into it from artistic hands. “Metal is self-sustaining and resists change in shape and texture. Metal is strong. As I work with the metal, we become a team. We bond with each other. As the metal resists me and my imagination and my tools, together we find the shapes we both can enjoy. During this discovery process each piece starts to tell me what colors it wants to be and what textures it needs to be to bring the viewer into the piece” Hunt commented on his creation process. Bonded to his art form the fire of artistic passion, Larry Hunt embodies the true spirit of the artist: Creating a beautiful vision where one didn’t exist before. Unlike other mediums such as paint or charcoal, Hunt‘s chosen mode of expression resists him, but yet he overpowers it with each pound of a hammer, with each blaze of fire, to create a piece which reflects his ―view of nature and the landscape, in which nature exists from the seat of an automobile or motorcycle‖ as he drives through and around destinations unknown. With this roving inspiration and the synthesis of what he smells, feels, tastes and hears while in nature, he creates a unique vision, using his senses and surroundings as an inspiration.

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Born in 1946, Larry Hunt attended several universities, including University of California: Davis, Sacramento State College, California College of Arts and Crafts, and the San Francisco Art Institute. He received schol-arships for his work, honorable mention at the Kinsley Art Exhibition Crocker Gallery in 1963, and did several one-man shows from 1966-1970. After a few decades on hiatus to work and raise his family he returned to the art scene, unable to quell the call of the artist raging inside of him. Most recently he has been showcased in several Reno galleries and venues, such as TRS Gallery (2010-2011) and Artists Co-Op Gallery (May 1, 2011-May 31, 2011), as well as having a showing on the East Coast at Port Jervis New York‘s Up Front Gallery from April 2011-July 2011. Currently, he is working on an exhibit in the Reno, Nevada area, at the Jack Bacon gallery, which will display his vibrant and alluring lighted sculptures for one to two months. His work, old and new, is a tribute to the true vision an artist can hold, turning everyday items into something beautiful with some pounding, heating, and shaping, and an artistic vision burning in his mind’s eye. Everythingisart.cc

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“Enjoy the work, feel the metal, see the color and hopefully you will become part of the piece for an instant. That instant is what I feel, see, and smell, while motoring through the landscape on a motorcycle or car,‖ said Hunt. This nomadic spirit binds with the permanency and unwillingness of metal to change, creating pieces that are truly unique, using chrome plated scraps, shaped and carved steal, and fused glass to bring the viewer into each piece. By the reflections, highlights, and luminosity of certain pieces, the viewer feels as nomadic as the creator, seeing a new landscape with each turn of the head and each step around the piece. Hunt creates remarkable pieces from nothing more than metal scraps, heated glass, chrome, and auto paint, forming a distinctive piece and artistic voice in with each clang of the mallet. From the collision of hammers, fire, and metal to the collusion of the viewer in each one of the pieces, Larry Hunt tries to create new life and perspective in each piece he designs, with the words of an American legend ringing in the back of his mind; “Produce from the soul, not just the mind and the heart.” Everythingisart.cc

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You think getting a tattoo is not ART?? WRONG! !! Let us expand your mind for a few pages and change your thoughts‌ Body painting is considered and adored everywhere as art. Why is i t that tattoos are not regarded with the same sentiment? A tattoo is done by the hands and tools of a different method, yet still requires passion, artistic talent, composition, spiritual meaning and a creative mind behind it. Everythingisart.cc

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Exclusive Interview with Tattoo Artist

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“Art is art whenever you create something out of nothing you can call anything like that art,” remarked James. His command of the “Tattoo Brush,” as he likes to call it, is a result of his hours upon hours of using it, yet he still commands paints and canvas equally well. “I think there is a lot more freedom on canvas than on skin. You can always correct a mistake; it is not the same in tattooing,” said James. Everythingisart.cc

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Art comes in all forms, functions, mediums, and venues. This is an undeniable fact. Another undeniable fact is that Ami James is a true artist. His vision extends well beyond the realm of body art, and into many different mediums. From skin to canvas, he consistently creates wild and vivid pieces for the mind to wander in. Ami James is a man who wears many hats: club owner, entrepreneur, clothing designer, jewelry designer, painter, and tattoo artist are just a few of the items on his proverbial professional hat rack. He is also a family man, and whenever he has free time in his busy schedule, he spends it with his daughter. Aside from his prolific tattoo career, he also owns Love/Hate Lounge in Miami, Florida. ―I was interested in opening it [Love/Hate Lounge] because I have always been into the nightlife. It seemed natural to open my own bar, as it signifies my lifestyle and interests outside of all of my day jobs,” commented James. With all the projects on his plate, it‘s easy to understand why he‘s rumored to have a hot temper; ―I’m more aggressive then passive, I’m working on it,” James remarked. Despite his entrepreneurial zeal and artistic voraciousness, he still continues to strive for success in multiple arenas. After starting the Deville Clothing line with two partners, he eventually branched off to make the Ami James Ink Clothing line which he alone designs. Echoing themes of his tattoo designs and personal flair, his clothing line is not the only form of adornment he has his talented hands in; he also is working on a jewelry line.

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In many of his paintings, he uses a mixed-media approach. Not subjugate himself to the boundaries of just oils or just acrylic, Ami uses a combination of paints, mediums, and strategies to create and realize his vision. Stylistically, he is trying to get away from the tattoo design paintings, and more into pop art. “I feel more freedom in that, when painting tattoo design people always have expectations, or something very specific in mind. I like the ideas that open up for me artistically when I paint pop art” he commented. Possessing the spirit of a true artist, James said inspiration can strike him anywhere, from sitting in his shop to waiting in a doctor‘s office, “It comes when I least expect it” he said. He is also a very well traveled man, and even lived in Egypt and Israel for periods in his life. ―My travels always have an effect on what I see as inspiring; sometimes it is a series of color combinations or a cultural piece. I think overall I might appreciate a larger variety of things because I have had the good fortune of being exposed to so many cultures,‖ said James. Any onlooker can see he also has a very Asiatic style to his work, and even some of his own personal body art, ornamented with dragons and the like; ―My style is Asian, but I enjoy doing other things like black and grey. I have learned what I‘m good at over the years, and I tend to tattoo in that direction, but I push myself not be too pigeon-holed into one style,‖ he remarked. However, he still has one more medium he wants to try his hand at: Sculpture. Even with all his accomplishments, Ami

James is a driven and artistic soul who wants to create something striking wherever he goes and on whatever he touches.

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In regard to tattooing as an art form, James commented ―Anything on the easel is a slap in the face to an artist that paints murals, so what is the difference when it comes to tattoos? You can‘t fit the Sistine Chapel on an easel, can you? Tattoos are like that to me, it’s all art. We just have a new place or way of creating it.‖ That place is upon human skin, and it is a painting his lucky clients will carry for the rest of their lives, like a divine scar of color and emotion.

His artwork is available for purchase online at AmiJames.com, and at both his shops: Miami Ink/Love Hate Tattoos, and NY Ink/Wooster Street Social Club. Additionally if you‘d like to stay up-to-date on everything Ami James, his website keeps you in the loop and posts dates for art showings at his New York shop, Wooster Street Social Club. - If you’re interested in a tattoo — Don't call, Don’t Email. Just grab a hold of your - in lack of better words - balls... And go to the shop. Ami James is a truly dynamic, humble, complex, and intriguing individual, aside from being a stellar artist. He has two quotes which he feels keep him both grounded and represent his approach to artwork: “Keep an open mind, and “Everything happens for a reason.” His advice to all the aspiring artists out there from all mediums and walks of life: “Stay humble and always try to surround yourself by people you can learn from.” Given James passion and success, I suggest you take that advice. After all, it worked for him.

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Everything Is Art has the right to ask any questions we feel are interesting, or will at least get a good laugh. ..?!

So…Ami…... Favorite Book? Catcher in the Rye- it was the first book I ever read, that really signified something for me…and it was a gift from my 1st girlfriend.

You must have some really funny tattoo stories, would you like to share one?

One of the funniest and coolest things I have done is where the entire staff from a shop I worked at Favorite Movie ? put really funny tattoo ideas in a Lock Stock and 2 Smoking Barrels. box. Everyone had to pick an idea from the box, then get it tattooed. There were some crazy and hilariFavorite Genre of music and or ous ideas in there, some I should band? Too broad to narrow down any one not mention. We called it ―The Tatthing, but I really like almost all mu- too Glory Hole.‖ sic except pop and electronic. Do you like to listen to music when you‘re working on a piece? Always!

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―Anything on the easel is a slap in the face to artists that paint murals, so what is the difference when it comes to tattoos? You can‘t fit the Sistine Chapel on an easel can you? Tattoos are like that to me, it’s all art. We just have a new place or way of creating it.‖

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Of course Doesn’t judge anyone‌ Unless... (there is always and unless isn't there? darn that word).

You do not like Art. Then we

simply think you are weird However, we take your blocked mind serious and have a rehab program for Un.art.lovers

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These steps are easy. Free your mind. Read the magazine. You have now become free from all ties and boxes that has wrongly abused your mind for all those years. Un-tie the chains! Note: We would like to enter a sarcastic smiley face here but we think you get the point. OK we couldn't’ help ourselves.

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John Legend

Russell Simmons, Deepak Chopra

Swizz Beatz, Anthony Anderson, Russell Simmons, Deepak Chopra

Aoki Lee, Russell Simmons, Ming Lee

Our Mission & History Rush Philanthropic Arts Foundation is dedicated to providing inner-city youth with significant exposure and access to the arts, and to offering exhibition opportunities for underrepresented artists and artists of color. Rush was founded in 1995 by three brothers: Danny Simmons, visual artist and community builder; media mogul Russell Simmons; and Joseph ―Rev. Run‖ Simmons of the legendary hip-hop group Run-DMC. Their goal was to fill the gap that the disenfranchised and people of color faced in both accessing the arts and exhibition opportunities. Over the past 16 years, Rush has developed a broad base of friends, collaborators and supporters dedicated to addressing these issues. Designed to inspire students, provide positive alternatives to high risk behaviors and support increased academic performance, Rush Education programs directly serve 2,300 students annually. In addition, each year Rush exhibits the work of 40 to 50 emerging and community-based artists in its galleries; welcomes over 10,000 gallery visitors; and provides unique opportunities for young people interested in careers in the arts. Rush currently operates galleries and arts education programs at Rush Arts Gallery in Manhattan and Corridor Gallery in Brooklyn.

Art & Luxury Auctions begin July 13th on charitybuzz.com Individual tickets from $1,500 and Tables of 10 from 15,000. To become a sponsor or purchase tables/tickets, please contact: Tracey Doolin, Inez Special Events, Inc. at Everythingisart.cc Issue | XWeinstein | P a g e 142 212.254.6677 or tdoolin@inezevents.com


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Exclusive Interview: Q: You established this amazing nonprofit organization (Rush Philanthropic) with your brothers over 15 years ago. You have an annual event coming up, Art For Life, on July 30th. What inspired you to start such a massive and thoughtful endeavor? A: “Basically it was all about sup-

porting emerging artists and knowing how important art was to any community; it seemed like something that was needed.”

2,000 students through this program, is there any one experience, student or circumstance that sticks out in your head? A: “Many of them appreciate what we do for them and it has changed their entire world. I hear it all the time and it‟s great. Sometimes I walk the streets and people come up to me and say „Your program changed my life,‟ and it‟s an amazing feeling. Even the research [on the matter] shows art is crucial to people.”

Q: Was there a specific event that sparked the idea, or was it something you always felt the community needed? A: “We know the community always needed something like this. A lot of people don‟t get a chance to exercise their creativity and every person has that [creative] side to themselves.” Q: How important is art (in any medium) to the youth of America, and why? A: “I think that imagination is eve-

rything. Imagination is God. You can imagine your way out of struggle; it‟s very important that we be imaginative and always exercise our creative muscles.” Everythingisart.cc

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Q: How do you feel regarding budget cuts in schools, and the disappearance of arts programs? A: “I

think it‟s a bad, bad mistake. They don‟t realize how important art is to these kids. It‟s like surviving. Many people aren‟t in jail because they got a chance to practice and appreciate art; One of them is my brother – Art saved him. Art has the power to save lives. We can‟t lose sight of that." P a g e 144


Russell Simmons Q: We at Everything Is Art Magazine firmly believe that arts are crucial to the development of minds, young and old. How/what do you feel art teaches children and adults? A: “The use of imagination is everything and if you can‟t imagine yourself out of struggle then you‟re doomed. People are involved in so much unconscious behavior because it‟s the norm and we have to protect against that. Things like genocide, war, mistreatment of animals, all of it - Art

allows you to look inside, and inside is where all the answers are. We aren‟t conscious on many levels of that and sometimes it doesn‟t make sense. Art is one of the ways for us to examine what we need to… Ourselves. “ Q: What is art, to you personally? A: ―The freedom to create; any expression that‘s original or your own, even a thought, is art. Everything we do involves some creativity, and I think that that‘s an important process. Always being creative and always being original.‖ Q: What advice would you give to aspiring artists? A: “Don’t

be afraid to let the truth out. A lot of times there’s a truth in us that is kind of different. Dare to be different! Value yourself and have some freedom. The mainstream is mostly not right… Whatever is in your heart can’t be wrong. Let it out.”

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Honoring

Mary J. Blige Kimberly B. Davis President, JPMorgan Chase Foundation Oz Garcia Nutritionist and Author Edward Norton Actor/Filmmaker, Crowdrise Co-Founder

Honorary Chairs Gwyneth Paltrow Kimora Lee Simmons & Djimon Hounsou Event Chairs Lala Anthony Mark J. Leder Esther Silver-Parker Uma Thurman Patricia Velasquez Host Soledad O’Brien Performances By Jennifer Hudson Miri Ben-Ari Featured Artist Kara Walker Rush Kids Auctioneer Star Jones Art Auction Chair Lucille Blair Luxury Auction Chairs Shamin Abas Shamin Abas Public Relations Angella Forbes Forbes Public Relations Natasha Silver SilverBell Consulting Everythingisart.cc

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Silver Sponsors Bombay Sapphire Target Bronze Sponsor JPMorgan Chase & Co. Décor Sponsor Sutra Productions International, Inc. Easel Table Patrons Anonymous Dr. Eric Schmidt Easel Patrons Bloomberg Nielsen Palette Table Patrons Anonymous HSBC Bank USA Sun Capital Partners Foundation, Inc. Brush Table Patrons Advent Capital Management, LLC Ken Chenault, American Express Company Brush Table Patrons (con’t) Fox Group David Rosenberg, Unifund Skinny Water Sun Capital Partners Foundation, Inc. Curtis Wilson, American Express Company Brush Patrons HBO Susan & Alan Patricof George Perez Stephanie Pistilli Art Auction Contributors Donald Baechler Sanford Biggers Ross Bleckner Bonhams John Chamberlain Cheim & Read Gallery Chuck Close Eric Fischl Rick Friedman April Gornik Jenny Holzer

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Jack Shainman Gallery New York Max Levai, Marlborough Chelsea Brice Marden Victor Matthews Julie Mehretu Toyin Odutola Yoko Ono Tom Otterness Faith Ringgold David Salle Danny Simmons Peter Soriano Peter Tunney Universal Limited Art Editions Manolo Valdes Kara Walker Carrie Mae Weems Terry Winters Luxury Auction Contributors 901 Tequila Alec Baldwin Tamara Bowens Yolanda Brady Tina Brown Callaway Cap Maison Villa Resort & Spa The Container Store ® Dr. David Ehrman Empowerment Mineral Designs Ful Luggage Dr. Oz Garcia Willie Geist Gilt Groupe Chelsea Handler Imperial Parking Maxwell Tracy Morgan Nicole Murphy Edward Norton Soledad O'Brien Gwyneth Paltrow Smokey Robinson The Saxon Boutique Hotel, Villas and Spa The Shore Club Robin Thicke Justin Timberlake Donald J. Trump Trump National Golf Club, Westchester Patricia Velasquez Vogue

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Alexander Castiglione

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Marie-Claude Gervais

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Ray of Hope /Evolution Eve

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Jennifer Vitalia

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Think duCret School Of Art

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duCret School Of Art

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Info

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F Train

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Midtown

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Deperception X

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The Kiss

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Cane

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Mini Earth

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Robert J. Meulemans

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Cilcle Round

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Fall Foliage

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Portrait of Bob Marley

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Alexander Castiglione

Art Is Everywhere

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Mark Powell

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Sabrina

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Dawn

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Color

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The Actress

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"What's wrong?"

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"Koroleva"

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Franco Castelluccio

Double Helix XX-XY

Sculpture

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PG.79

Franco Castelluccio

Triplets Double Helix XX-XY

Sculpture

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PG.80

Franco Castelluccio

Franco Front Cover Build

Sculpture

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PG.81

Franco Castelluccio

Nicole

Sculpture

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PG.82

Gayle Arnold

GA5

Fine Art

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PG.83

Gayle Arnold

GA1

Fine Art

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PG.84

Lindsy Davis

Biased Opinion

Fine Art

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PG.85

Lindsy Davis

Untitled

Fine Art

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PG.86

Alexander Castiglione

Close Your Eyes

Writing

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PG.87

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Art Of Love

Photography

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PG.88

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Side Despair

Photography

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PG.89

Brieanna Scolaro

Photography

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PG.90

Brieanna Scolaro

Alley Way

Photography

http://bscolaro.tumblr.com/

PG.91

Mary Ann Leitch/ MAL

Luvs 10

Fine Art

www.artbymal.com

PG.92

Mary Ann Leitch/ MAL

Luvs 2

Fine Art

www.artbymal.com

PG.93

Mary Ann Leitch/ MAL

Luvs 2

Fine Art

www.artbymal.com

PG.94

Nancy Murdoch

Write UP

Fine Art

www.nancymurdoch.com

PG.95

Nancy Murdoch

The Man In Montserrat

Fine Art

www.nancymurdoch.com

PG.96

Nancy Murdoch

Blueberry Cheesecake

Fine Art

www.nancymurdoch.com

PG.97

Nancy Murdoch

Corpse Bride

Fine Art

www.nancymurdoch.com

PG.98

Vivian Andreoli

Vivi - Delila

Fine Art

www.vivianandreoli.it

PG.99

Vivian Andreoli

Vivi - Delila

Fine Art

www.vivianandreoli.it

PG.100

Vivian Andreoli

Vivi’s Chaste Nude

Fine Art

www.vivianandreoli.it

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Vivian Andreoli

Lucy and Vivi in a Vortex Of Passion

Fine Art

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PG.102

Roger Fife

Of Relationship

Sound Sculpture

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PG.103

Roger Fife

Write Up

Sound Sculpture

www.soundisart.wordpress.com

PG.104

Roger Fife

Write Up

Sound Sculpture

www.soundisart.wordpress.com

PG.105

Roger Fife

Write Up

Sound Sculpture

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PG.106

Melissa Matarese

Rene

Fine Art / Graphics

www.mesa-enterprises.com

PG.107

Melissa Matarese

Tree_Dancer

Fine Art / Graphics

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PG.108

Melissa Matarese

Graphics

Fine Art / Graphics

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PG.109

The Center for Contemporary Art School

All Mediums

www.ccabedminister.org

PG.110

Pauline Saade

Branches

Fine Art

www.Paulinesaade.com

PG.111

Pauline Saade

Buddha / Mediation

Fine Art

www.Paulinesaade.com

PG.112

Larry Hunt

Extrusion of Shape and Color

Sculpture

www.larryhuntart.com

PG.113

Larry Hunt

Extrusion of Shape and Color

Sculpture

www.larryhuntart.com

PG.114

Larry Hunt

Elements of Love

Sculpture

www.larryhuntart.com

PG.115

Larry Hunt

Red Invasion

Sculpture

www.larryhuntart.com

PG.116

Larry Hunt

Sculpture

www.larryhuntart.com

PG.117

Larry Hunt

Write Up Big Blue/Lights of Birth & Death/ Salacous Staggered Seeds

Sculpture

www.larryhuntart.com

PG.118

Larry Hunt

Warp Around Landscape

Sculpture

www.larryhuntart.com

PG.119

Larry Hunt

Warp Around Landscape

Sculpture

www.larryhuntart.com

PG.120

Sarah Smith

Inside Out

Fine Art

www.sarahsmithart.com

PG.121

Sarah Smith

Langur Habitat

Fine Art

www.sarahsmithart.com

PG.122

Alexander Castiglione

Ransom Note

Writing

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PG.123

Alexander Castiglione

Ransom Note

Writing

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PG.124

Alexander Castiglione

Ransom Note

Writing

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PG.125

Jennifer Vitalia

Call My Artist

Image for Ransom

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PG.126

Peta

Wear Ink Not Mink - Chad Ochocinco

Campaign

www.peta.org

PG.127

Peta

Fur? I'd Rather Go Naked - Bethenny Frankel

Campaign

www.peta.org

PG.128

Peta

Wear Ink Not Mink - Ami James

Campaign

www.peta.org

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You

Think a Tattoo

Is Not

Art?

PG.130

Ami James

Interview

Tattoo Artist

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Ami James

Interview

Tattoo Artist

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PG.132

Ami James

Interview

Tattoo Artist

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PG.133

Ami James

Interview

Tattoo Artist

AmiJames.com

PG.134

Ami James

Interview

Tattoo Artist

AmiJames.com

PG.135

Ami James

Interview

Tattoo Artist

AmiJames.com

PG.136

Ami James

Interview

Tattoo Artist

AmiJames.com

PG.137

Ami James

Interview

Tattoo Artist

AmiJames.com

PG.138

Ami James

Interview

Tattoo Artist

AmiJames.com

PG.139

Ami James

Interview

Tattoo Artist

AmiJames.com

PG.140

We Do

Not

Judge

Unless

PG.141

We Do

Not

Judge

Unless

PG.142

Russell Simmons

Art For Life

Event

www.rushphilanthropic.org

PG.143

Russell Simmons

Art For Life

www.rushphilanthropic.org

PG.144

Russell Simmons

Interview by Alexander Castiglione/Jennifer Vitalia

PG.145

Russell Simmons

Interview by Alexander Castiglione/Jennifer Vitalia

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