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PhotoHispalis Nuestro objetivo al publicar PhotoHispalis Art, es la de promocionar artístas nacionales, como internacionales en lo relacionado con el arte, Pintura, Fotografía, Dibujo, Escultura, Imagen en 3D, Animación, Dibujo Digital, Musica, Flamenco y tambien la Biografía de los artístas. Te animamos a que puedas exponer a traves de nuestra revista tus trabajos para el resto del mundo. Si quieres colaborar en PhotoHispalis, o quieres promocionar tus trabajos, por favor contacta con nosotros en esta dirección: photohispalis@hotmail.com Muchas Gracias.

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“Entre otros artistas en nuestro próximo magazine…Mark Mawson, Michael Solovyev, Svetlana Rumak y mucho

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In this first volume includes over 500 pictures of graffiti photographed by several provinces of Spain, over 10 years ..... soon be added the second volume, to complete the book of a thousand graffiti .. Greetings .... I hope you enjoy ... Michelangelo En este primer volumen se incluyen más de 500 imagenes de graffitis fotografiados por varias provincias de España, a lo largo de más de 10 años.....en breve se añadira el segundo volumen, hasta completar el libro de los mil graffitis......saludos y espero que disfruteis...Michelangelo http://vallet.bubok.com/ http://issuu.com/photohispalis


LA ROCA on Tour - PLAYAS DE ZARAGOZA Las Playas, se encuentran situadas en el corazón del Parque Metropolitano de Zaragoza en el meandro de Ranillas, junto al recinto ExpoZaragoza. Se trata de una parcela de 16.500 m2 en la que se ubica una playa de arena de sílice rodeada de 200 palmeras, con una piscina fluvial que se recicla de manera natural. Junto a la piscina se encuentra una zona de hamacas y otra zona de juegos en la arena como -voley playa-. Al lado de la playa se sitúa un edificio de 1.000 m2 en el que se ubican los aseos, vestuarios, cafetería, otras instalaciones, y una gran terraza de otros 1.000 m2, auténtico corazón de Las Playas. Justamente aquí fue donde La Roca on Tour monto un espectáculo increíble, con profesionales de primer nivel, llegados desde distintos puntos de España, DJ Javi Torres (Sala Van Gogh – Sevilla), DJ Moncho y DJ Joseph Garbent (Sala Pacha Tarragona), DJ JP Candela (Sala Pacha Ibiza), DJ Nano, DJ Juanjo Martin y rebeca Brown entre otros. Gogos de una calidad impresionante, verdaderos artistas en la danza, una luminotecnia impresionante, con tres cañones laser gigantes, y un Robot Laser, increíble! Con casi tres metros de altura. Aquí podréis ver el álbum fotográfico que realice allí…..750 imágenes y más de 150 tomas de video….. http://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.280937265261580.67324.100000359250063&type=1


Ana Fagarazzi Es una artista de Split, Croacia, que trabaja el campo de la manipulación fotográfica con un estilo claramente oscuro, más conocido como Dark Art, y que utiliza como herramientas de trabajo Photoshop CS3, Painter, Lightroom, una Wacom Tablet y una Sony DSC H9. Su obra tal vez no nos resulte impactantemente original, aunque particularmente tengo que reconocer que me gusta ese estilo íntimo, romántico, muy melancólico y con una delicada decadencia que te arrastra a oscuros parajes de novela Lovecraftiana. Pero lo más notable de esta artista son sus 17 años, con los que nos presenta una obra bien trabajada y pensada de principio a fin. El Dark Art está muy asociado a esta etapa adolescente, pero si es capaz de conseguir estos resultados ahora, con el tiempo nos puede deleitar con verdaderas obras de arte, aunque en si eso ya lo hace. http://www.anafagarazzi.com


Si quieres promocionar tus trabajos a través de PhotoHispalis Art Magazine, envíanos tu biografía y algunas imágenes de tus obras a la dirección photohispalis@hotmail.com sin coste alguno. If you want to promote your work through PhotoHispalis Art Magazine, send your bio and some images of your works to the address photohispalis@hotmail.com no cost.


Francine Van Hove Nace en Paris, France el 5 de mayo de 1942 Portraits of women The illustrator and contemporary painter Francine Van Hove paints gentle, sensuous portraits of women in day-to-day poses. She always paints with a live model and has a particular mastery of transparent skin tones. Beauty, refinement, sensuality and meditation are the prominent themes of her work. She is inspired by daily life, painting and literature. Her masters are La Tour, Ingres, Degas, the painters of the Italian Renaissance and Dutch painting. InformaciĂłn personal Exhibitions She had her first exhibition in 1978 and her art has since received increasing public recognition. She has had a large number of exhibitions, notably at the ‘Blondel Gallery’ and the International Contemporary Art Fair. Her works are reproduced as lithographs and are used as covers for books. Sitio web http://francinevanhove.com


JANICE DARR CUA Biography of an artist Whether exercising her powers to capture the spirit of Arabians, the romance of the Renaissance, classic sensuality of femininity, or the universal bond between mother and child, Cua delivers striking depth and passion. Paintings that radiate a glow that mesmerizes the viewer, a comforting warmth which evokes the passion within all. Her work can be seen in select galleries around the world, with over thirty sell-out shows abroad as well as dozens of American exhibitions. Cua is a sure stock, an intelligent investment as her popularity, technique, and price point increases in favor. Janice Darr Cua's collectors include ABC Television Network, Hallmark, Collectors Editions, Art Brilliant of Japan, politicians and celebrities worldwide, Caesars Palace in Las Vegas, the La Marche collection, and select collectors around the world. Shows since 1997 through 2004 extend from the Grand Ball Room of the Ritz Carlton in Laguna Niguel, CA, to th shores of Japan, the breathtaking city of Paris, France, Beverly Hills, CA., Las Vegas, NV, the Hawaiian Islands, the exclusive Ritz of Newport Beach, as well as a refined group of sophisticated galleries throughout the United States. Cua is approached regularly to arouse emotion for worth while benefits such as Return to Freedom, proceeds for retired race and show horses, Audrey Hepburn Association in Beverly Hills, benefiting UNICEF, and the renowned Laura's House and Laguna Association, benefiting battered women and children. Janice also works in support of the preservation of the Egyptian Arabian with the Pyramid Society, through donations of original and limited editions. Cua's talent was recognized early in youth and she began the study of oils at age eight. Commissions followed swiftly, painting murals in churches up to thirty feet in height, murals in private estates, and commercial facilities. She is primarily self taught and has intensely studied anatomy with live models for over thirty years. Cua has been moved by the Masters, and great artists such as Alma Tadema, JW Waterhouse, Carvaggio, Bernini, Mucha, Rembrandt and other artists with these qualities. She has studied their work, compositions, the beauty of depth and light, the emotional magnetism; and through endless hours, years that fell into decades, has arrived with her own unique, thought provoking style, which is undeniably recognized as her own. Janice has worked with the top publishers in Japan, as well as the United States. Janice prefers over looking the quality and distribution of editions and therefore is now self published and represented by reputable, exclusive galleries throughout America and abroad.


Lev Tchistovsky Nació en 1902 en Pskov, Rusia y murió en Cénevières, Francia en 1969. Laureado en 1924 de la Academia de Bellas Artes de Leningrado con Savinsky y Eberling como profesores. En 1925 abandona la Unión Soviética. Estudió dos años en la R. Academia de Bellas Artes en Roma, donde se reunió con Klestova que también estaba estudiando allí. Ella se convirtió en su compañera hasta su muerte. Ambos llegan a París en 1926, estableciéndose allí y trabajando juntos. Tchistovsky se mantuvo fuera de todas las tendencias pictóricas aparecidas en los años veinte entre Montparnasse y Montmartre. El historiador del arte Lukomski lo llamó auténtico resistente de la pintura clásica. Su trabajo y sus desnudos y su tamaño especialmente grande alcanzan una perfección técnica sorprendente . Se incluyen los retratos de celebridades (SAR El Duque de Sevilla, por ejemplo), desnudos, naturalezas muertas, escenas mitológicas, flores e iconos, estos últimos son su pasión. Tenía que pintar flores en un jardín hermoso y orquídeas de invernadero en donde creció su residencia de verano en Cénevières en el sur de Francia. Sus pinturas fueron muy solicitados por muchas galerías de Francia, España y América. Fue miembro de la Societé Nationale des Beaux Arts y de la Société des Artistes Indépendants desde 1930. Participó en numerosas exposiciones de esta Sociedad en el Grand Palais de París. Tiene pinturas en el Museo Ruso de Leningrado y en la Tretiakoff Gallery de Moscú.


Mark Arian Romantic Realist The exceptional work of master painter Arian is the product of natural artistic talent and heartfelt passion, tempered by more than thirty years of devoted study, astute observation and the unfurling realization of his vast artistic vision. Arian's artistic career began to unfold as a child growing up in the Midwest, where he poured over books on animals and then carefully drew the pictures freehand into a treasured portfolio of drawings and sketches that he kept by his side. His passion for drawing knew no bounds, and soon after, he was creating charcoal portraits of his relatives and painting still life's on an easel set up in the basement of his family's home. When Arian entered the third grade, one of his most captivating memories was when a teacher taught him to draw a rowboat in perspective. This first experience with Realism launched him towards what would become his greatest artistic passion to date. In his later childhood years, Arian knew that he wanted to study art or architecture as a life pursuit, and when he wasn't drawing and sketching, he often built small scale model buildings out of balsa wood. One of the most significant artistic turning points in Arian's development came at the age of 14 when he experienced his first true transcendental moment upon viewing the original work of the Dutch 17th century master, Rembrandt, for the first time. He was visiting the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York when he came upon a painting that shocked him as thoroughly as it thrilled him. It was a Rembrandt painting of a woman's profile. "Something opened within me that day that is still a primary influence in all of my work. It was the 'chiaroscuro' - the brilliant interplay of light and shadow, which evoked a sense of transcendent, uncanny presence that I had never witnessed before in a work of art. Rembrandt captured the soul of his subjects in a way that few have ever done - the imprint of spirit clearly painting through him as heavenly muse. It brought a whole new dimension to art and life for me."


Upon returning to his studies, he realized that his aspiration as an artist was to create art that would touch people's souls just as deeply as Rembrandt had touched his. At the age of 21, Arian took the vows of a monk and was granted the same rare opportunity to create art that Michelangelo once had - both were sponsored by a religious organization to cultivate their artistic genius. For almost 2 decades, Arian painted seven days a week, 10 hours a day, with seemingly boundless energy for his beloved craft. During this time of seclusion, Arian heightened his level of spiritual awareness and raised his level of creativity to a whole new dimension. "Art, for me is not only a means of self-expression, but a means of self realization and personal growth. I strive to express the eternal qualities of humanity that transcend our individual differences - the archetypal truths of love, peace and beauty that touch all of us. The greatest meaning I've found in my life resides within these basic truths and because of this, I want to convey them through my art." The scope of Arian's command over his art is demonstrated by his ability to paint a wide variety of subjects. During 1981, he was commissioned to paint two historic murals, each measuring 12 by 20 feet. These historic murals have been viewed by millions of visitors at the renowned Wheeling Civic Center. During the dedication ceremony, the state Governor, an avid art collector, described Arian's work as "extraordinary and beautiful...works of art rarely seen in this country today." To further pursue his passion for classical composition, figurative realism, and anatomy, Arian traveled across country to interview the New York Academy of Art. Based on one impromptu charcoal drawing, he was offered a full scholarship on the first day he arrived. Although the school is very prestigious, he didn't sense that the teacher would influence his artwork to the level he felt confident he could achieve. So, he continued his travels to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania where he met master sculptor, Angelo Frudakis. Upon meeting the renowned artist, it was clear to Arian that he could refine his own gift for painting by sculpting and drawing from live models at the Frudakis Academy of Classic Realism.


Later, at the Barnstone Studios in Pennsylvania, Arian continued to study drawing, color theory and classical composition using the golden mean, or divine geometry. Arian then traveled to the Ecole Des Beaux Arts in Paris; then on to other major European cities - studying the great masters, visiting the magnificent museums and marveling over the beauty of the sweeping countryside. He settled at a private art academy in the villa of 15th century writer and philosopher Niccolo Machiavelli. During his travels abroad, Arian became strongly influenced by several well-known European artists. He was captivated by the work of 18th century British painter J.W. Waterhouse, a Romantic Classicist with a love for legend and mystery. Like Arian, he had an unerring sense of composition, and for subtle color harmonies that rely on the judicious choice of complementary hues. The women Waterhouse paints are a sensitive, inimitable combination of modesty and sensuality, imbued with the painter's own imagination. The breathtaking craftsmanship of William Bouguereau, an 18th century French painter, has also notably influenced Arian's work. His realism is subtly idealized, creating an ethereal quality that evokes spiritual overtones. For him, form is the supreme object of art. The beautiful arrangement of shape, line, and color were of such importance to Bouguereau that he often had trouble naming his own paintings, as Arian has experienced for similar reasons. Perhaps the most enduring influence on Arian's evolving painter's hand has been American expatriate John Singer Sargent, an American Realist born in Florence in 1856. "My endless admiration for Sargent's faultless draftsmanship is due, in large part, to the amazing economy of strokes and virtuoso brushwork that all of his paintings so aptly display." Inspired and filled with the culture and art of Europe, Arian drew from plaster casts, live models, and continued to study color theory. His art was exhibited during the annual festival in the picturesque coastal city of Viareggio, near Florence, Italy. After returning to America, Arian spent the next several years as Art Director for the Palace of Gold in Wheeling, WV. During this privileged period, Arian supervised the creation of paintings, stained glass windows, tapestries, and murals, including several large ceiling murals.


Acclaimed by the media as the 'Taj Mahal of the West', the Palace is a seven years in the making miracle of inlaid marble walls and floors containing 230 tons of 50 kinds of marble from around the world. Featured in full-page articles in such magazines as Time, Life, and the Washington Post, it's crystal chandeliers, 80 stained glass windows, and 8,000 square feet of 22 karat gold leaf have attracted more than half a million visitors each year. When his work on the Palace of Gold was completed, Arian was inextricably drawn to move to one of nature's most beautiful geographical areas - the Southern Coast of California. He continued to refine his craft amidst the scenic coastline he found so conducive to artistic expression. During this period, he frequently pilgrimaged to the beautiful island of Maui, where, in meditative reverie, he was inspired to conjure 'worlds dripping with unearthly beauty' that would later influence his emerging phase of romantic realism. For almost a decade, until the late 1990's, Arian focused on painting nostalgia scenes. Often compared to the American illustrator Norman Rockwell, he painted scenes that were endearing and idyllic, and frequently included his two growing sons as subjects. At the height of his success in this genre, with poster, greeting card and calendar contracts in place with major publishing houses, he experienced an overwhelming urgency to move on from the nostalgia, to allow his creative expression to rise to new heights. He wanted to move farther into fine art - to stretch beyond his limits with line, color, harmony, balance and rhythm, while still maintaining the integrity of realism. His unrest was palpable, overriding the lucrative offers to produce more nostalgia in favor of following this higher calling. He began to draw from live models several times a week, taking great care in developing each individual composition through preliminary conceptual sketches, compositional treatments and color studies. Moving from nostalgic realism to romantic realism, he began to paint idyllic scenes combining nature and women - two of the artist's timeless and favored subjects.


His first painting of a beautiful woman in classical roman garments, "Eternal Mystery", quickly resulted in a new contract with Masterpiece Publishing Inc., a publisher of fine art limited editions. The paintings that followed were equally compelling, with a spiritual quality that expresses what Arian calls, 'passive lucidity'. His images themselves are deeply intuitive. According to Arian, "the images create themselves, expressing life's magnificence through the medium of art." The appeal of Arian's work is timeless and global. There is a peaceful and pristine quality in his art, which remains consistent regardless of the subject matter. Many people experience a rare serenity when viewing Arian's work, which is much of the reason why his images seem to touch everyone. "There are times that I lose self-consciousness and just watch my hand moving in response to my oneness with the subject; that's when magic happens, and I know that forces beyond me are working through my brush these are the moments that I live for as an artist." His collector list spans the globe, including composer and performer George Harrison, Michael Jackson, Loni Anderson, Tippi Hedren, Earl Holliman, Ken Howard, the royal families of Iran and Saudi Arabia, prominent Indian industrialists, and many others. Arian's work has been exhibited internationally in such cities as New York, Los Angeles, Bombay, Paris, and Viareggio Italy.


Pamela Dzaet Hill I am what I call a "late start", self taught artist. I have been painting for about 3 years now. I use symbolism in my paintings to allow my canvas to speak to the viewer. I hope you see something you would like to hear...smiles, dzaet 808 I am an artist who paints emotion on the canvas. Many of my works are autobiographical. You can pretty much map out my life by looking at my art. I feel that art should have something to say, other than it matches my sofa!

http://www.dzaet.com http://www.myspace.com/dzaet


The Artist Name is Cao Yong www.caoyong.us In 1962, Cao Yong was born into hardship in China. During the Cultural Revolution, his family was singled out for harsh treatment by the authorities because of their previously distinguished background. While other young children his age started kindergarten, little Cao Yong began working; at age five, he found himself ferrying heavy baskets of gravel at a construction site. One day a rock pit caved in, nearly crushing the tiny boy to death under the rubble. Luckily, he survived. It was through drawing that Cao Yong found peace and consolation in those difficult years. At age eleven, he began studying with a noted artist from Beijing. In order to buy art supplies, he often pawned his clothes and skipped meals. Yet it wasn't just poverty that Cao Yong had to contend against; discrimination from his community dogged the young artist daily. But Cao Yong continued to paint with remarkable persistence. At age sixteen, he took the highly competitive National Entrance Exam of Art Universities, scoring the highest marks in five provinces. Still, all the universities rejected him because of his family background. A year later, he took the exam again and was finally admitted to Henan University. Always an outcast in the ideology-dominated environment, Cao Yong had to face constant persecution even as a university student; nonetheless, he excelled in his art classes and received his BFA in 1983. After graduation, Cao Yong became the youngest art professor at Tibet University. During his seven years in Tibet, he immersed himself in the spare beauty and distinctive culture of the isolated highlands. To study the prehistoric cave paintings of Tibet, Cao Yong--accompanied only by a horse, a dog, and a gun for hunting--lived alone in deserted mountain caves for nearly a year. Cao Yong's now-legendary experience in Tibet resulted in a remarkable series of paintings, which was exhibited at his first one-man show in Beijing in early 1989. The exhibit was an instant success, and the event was covered by major international news agencies from Asia, Europe, and North America. However, this celebrated art show alarmed the Chinese authorities. Beijing police confiscated and burned seven of Cao Yong's paintings, and then arrested him. But Cao Yong managed to escape.


With his fiancĂŠe Aya Goda, a Japanese art student, he set off on a perilous eight-month journey as a fugitive. Finally, with the help of the Japanese Embassy, the couple escaped to Japan. This journey was described by Aya Goda in her book Escape. Published in Japan in 1995 by Bungeishunjuu Publishing, Escape was awarded the Grand Prize for Non-Fiction from Kodansha Book Publishers, Japan's most prestigious book award. Cao Yong began his life in Japan by working as a gravedigger and taking small painting commissions. But soon his talents attracted much larger commissions, in the form of several enormous murals. Within a few years, Cao Yong was recognized as the nation's most honored muralist; his murals adorned stylish commercial buildings, high-class department stores, and even ceremonial sites throughout Japan. Meanwhile, Cao Yong continued to work passionately on his Tibet paintings, creating a body of his finest work then to date. Exhibited in Tokyo's prominent museums and art galleries, Cao Yong's art electrified the nation's art world, and he was extolled by the Japanese press as "an artistic genius of our time." In 1994, searching for tougher challenges and a bigger stage, Cao Yong immigrated to the United States. Inspired by the free-spirited American people and the diverse and energetic society, the artist began what was soon to become his most prolific outpouring of work, vividly reflecting his newest experiences and emotions. Collectors zealously welcomed, and continue to welcome, Cao Yong's new art. In 1999, he established his art publishing company Cao Yong Editions, Inc. In a little over two years, Cao Yong has become one of the most collected living artists in America. Nearly two hundred galleries nationwide have joined Cao Yong's dealership, and his distribution network is now expanding into the Japanese, Canadian, and European markets. Although audiences around the world respond with standing ovations to Cao Yong's remarkable work, the artist remains raptly focused upon perfecting his art. To Cao Yong, there is no greater reward than being able to share with others his innermost feelings through his work.


En nuestro próximo numero entre otros‌..

Mark Mawson

Michael Solovyev

Svetlana Rumak


PhotoHispalis Art Magazine - Noviembre - Diciembre 2011  

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