I have been painting since the early 1960’s. In matters of style and productivity, I feel the years from 1975 onward have yielded my greatest personal satisfaction and growth in creative maturity. My artistic style has developed into big, bold images, filled with vivid color. Much of my work focuses on hard-edged geometric subjects and the division of space into contrasting colors that attempts to suggest pictures within pictures.
My canvasses are more representational imagery of an abstract nature. Although my main focus has been on abstract art, I continue to paint traditional subject matter as well. I try to offer an original view from my own perspective.I believe that my gift is allowing the viewer to see traditional subject matter in an unconventional way. The Musician Series is my personal view of the greatest jazz musicians of all time.
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This is V V Sapar ,artist working on many themes and myth paintings.
I have more inclination towards spiritual side of the art so you can surf through a number of spiritual paintings blended with realism.
Also I do carry on with fantasy projects. Real-looking portraits and majestic backgrounds is also my specialty.
Great material for serious buyers. So go through it.
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Confessions of a Photography Addict
I was a kid when it started - a mere innocent. My folks got me a Kodak Brownie Hawkeye - my 1st camera. "Here kid", they said. "Enjoy it". What they should have said was, "Here kid. first one's free."
It was nothing at first, a 12 exposure roll here - couple of flash bulbs there. Before I knew it, I fell in with a fast crowd - hanging out in dark rooms!. Experimenting with CHEMICALS!!
It was then I started to break the rules. I began ignoring "NO TRESPASSING" signs. Sometimes, just for the thrill, I'd tilt the camera so the horizon WASN'T HORIZONTAL!!! Finally, I had to get a paper route & sell seeds door to door to feed my habit.
I did try to seek help. I joined a therapy group for photo addicts based on the "12 Stop" program. It didn't click. Everywhere I looked, people were selling film, never once asking for an ID.
Soon I was out on the streets again, always angling for that next shot. Oh, I'd do anything to get high - climb trees, poles, fences, stairs - I had no pride. It got so I didn't care what people thought as I lay in the street with my wide angle lens stuck out there for all to see.
I hit bottom in Amsterdam. In a Koda-crazed state, I strapped on every piece of gear I'd brought - 2 cameras, 4 lenses, 4 kinds of film, light meters, filters, batteries and a tripod - and walked into town to shoot. Powerful images everywhere - wonderful architecture - smiling faces - magical light - scrumptious french fries. I couldn't crank a frame.
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My Artwork does not describe any one particular style, but rather my general attitude towards certain subjects or topics of our world. My Paintings convey my individuality and spontaneous thoughts and ideas.
My Art has been described by others as "an embarrassment of riches in a colorful world of subconscious thinking."
It is like a journey into the deepest corner of my mind which pulls out current ideas and accumulations of my past experiences, welding them together and presenting them to the world allowing the viewer to create their own conclusions and individual meanings that are all their own."
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I am a professional photographer that specializes in outdoor, travel and fine art photography. I first became interested in photography four years ago when I realized that through the artistic median of photography, I could share my experiences with the world.
I have dedicated the last few years of my life combining my passion for photography with my love of travel and adventure. From exploring the ruins of Angkor Wat in Cambodia to climbing peaks in the Himalayas, I feel that my love of nature and cultural diversity has shown through in my photography work.
I believe that anyone can create a photo, but that few can tell a story with a single photograph. I have a personal connection with every one of my pieces and truly enjoy having the opportunity to share those moments, frozen in time, with my clients.
All of my photography pieces are professional printed, utilizing Endura Metallic (Glossy) or Ilford's True B&W paper. They hold a 100 year archival value and will stand the test of time.
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