Showing posts with label Arts. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Arts. Show all posts

Sunday

Deprivation and Meditation: Sudden Flight Series at the Picasso Abstract Painter Chiqui Rodriguez

Filipino abstract painter, Chiqui Rodriguez announces her major new series entitled SUDDEN FLIGHT, her solo show to be held in Zurich by late summer will have its preview opening in a two-man show at the Picasso Boutique Serviced Residences, hosted by Altromondo Gallery on 22 May 2014 and continuing through 18 July 2014.


The 15 selected paintings from a total of over 100 works that comprise the SUDDEN FLIGHT series, awash in vibrant color, are sure to dazzle visitors to the Picasso Boutique Serviced Residences. Chiqui’s unique approach to blending acrylic pigments on canvas creates gem-like surfaces. Peering through the surface to what is depicted below, the viewer realizes that all is not as glowing as it first appears. Chiqui is noted for her deep abstraction of complex realism.


Chiqui also explores a complex subject; her work calls attention to our culture’s thought of hardwork. Much of Chiqui’s artwork is influenced by her experience in the corporate world. Through this new body of work, she connects hardwork to social class as a form of meditation.

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Says Chiqui of her SUDDEN FLIGHT series, “I was inspired by my short trip to Brussels after a show held in Berlin in 2013. I arrived with the intent of finding an artist who would be willing to collaborate with me in my upcoming projects, so I started to look around. Instead of finding an artist, I found some Filipinos who work around the city. My interaction with them in a different environment led to varied conversations about how challenging life is to be away from their love ones but nevertheless find solace knowing that their families benefit from their sacrifice. I started on my e-sketchpad and started to express my thoughts after this encounter. The title 'Sudden Flight' refers to several layers of meaning: sudden burst of happiness, excitement as reaching out lives of far-flung Filipinos extending compassion, a moment of bliss.” 

Wednesday

WW: The Beautiful Altar of Eichstaett Cathedral

I am always fascinated by the architecture of the old but historical and magnificent Churches and Cathedrals in Europe. Every time I see all the engineering, arts and paintings especially in the inside part of these buildings, I always wanted to pay respect to those who built it..The Cathedral in the city of Eichstaett in Bavaria, Germany is an amazing one. Feel free to click the picture to enlarge..Have a great evening to all!
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WW#47-The Fresco on St. Michael Church in Kallmuenz, Bavaria, Germany

This is always amazing! I mean I always admire the arts and paintings that I always see on the frescos of the historical churches in Germany. The one I saw in St. Michael Church in Kallmuenz is also a very great one. Click the image to enlarge and have a happy wordless Wednesday!
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WW: Beautiful Fresco in St. Vitus Church

The very beautiful fresco or painting on the ceiling of St. Vitus Church in Burglengenfeld, Germany
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photo by Ruby Benz

Thursday

St. Michael Cathedral in Munich

I visited yesterday with my husband the very nice St. Michaels Church in Munich, Germany. That was very beautiful inside. It is one of the great architectural art I had seen here in Germany..Actually we happened to go in Munich to experience the Oktoberfest, one of the biggest feast in the world...very amazing and enjoyable day, I had yesterday!! please viti my other sites will be updating it hopefully today to share some photos there...take care everyone!! have a great day!!