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Best Art Feature (07-03-2015)
07 March 2015

Best Art Feature (07-03-2015)

Gorgeous, natural, landscaping beauty. The last time we featured  Norbert Schling  we spoke in depth about his Dali-esque surrealist sensory Homunculus that rattled and titillated our brains with it's sublimities. This is a man capable of complex expression, whose art is capable of telling a powerful and vivid story. What we did not touch on was just how diverse and well formed his talents were in the fields of contemporary and traditional…

Best Art Feature (05-03-2015)
05 March 2015

Best Art Feature (05-03-2015)

Everybody wears a mask. Be in physical or mental so many of our daily interactions are shrouded in ambiguities and appearances. Many of us have an image we want to maintain and even the psyche has it's own way of constructing masks to keep the truth about one's inner nature, self and desires from oneself. So it goes masks serve many functions, often playful, sometimes devious and in a healthy psyche often for fun. The mask of ourselves is a projection…

Where have we been? Turning the page obviously!
03 March 2015

Where have we been? Turning the page obviously!

Where have we been? Turning the page obviously! We have to be honest. We're not sure exactly what got into us in the last 16 days. What is really refreshing though is just seeing your contributions in the meantime. Artradio.tv is a small but established platform and it's clear looking at your contributions that there is an ongoing community here. One we enjoy reviewing and relishing in. There were some serious thoughts about letting the site ride…

Best Art Feature (03-03-2015)
03 March 2015

Best Art Feature (03-03-2015)

In a world without art can stories truly exist? Umbrio  is a mysterious and long time contributor to our site. And I mean this going back almost to the site's inception. We've had the  pleasure of featuring him previously  but his ongoing contributions and style are part of what makes this website so unique and wonderful.  It's an absolute pleasure to showcase a sample of his work again today and we encourage you to head down to his…

Best Art Feature (16-02-2015)
16 February 2015

Best Art Feature (16-02-2015)

We need you. This feels almost feels like a communist symbol. The dark red in the background, the iron grip of two hands clenching; one almost dominating the other as if preparing, as if climbing and gripping and clutching and grasping. Dominance is that in many ways; a desperation, a neediness for submission. It is fundamentally insecure because in asserting it's authority it breeds resentment in those who would eventually become it's successors. That…

Best Art Feature (30-01-2015)
30 January 2015

Best Art Feature (30-01-2015)

This is pretty professional right here. Ama  does not claim to be a professional artist, simply someone exploring her artistic vision but one cannot help but admire the professionalism of her quality, her artistic eye; the way she complements colours and patterns to create beautiful abstract shapes. Her body of work is extensive, engaging and often spectacular! I see a woman who has successfully explored many moods and expressions of abstract with a…

Best Art Feature (22-01-2015)
22 January 2015

Best Art Feature (22-01-2015)

We want to send a message. Every day we are grateful, every day we metaphorically dance and sing at the artradio.tv office; our lives our simple, we understand what we've got and more importantly we understand what we can lose. I think it's miraculous that each day I can wake up and have all the things I need to me to exist on tap; water, food at the supermarket, warmth from gas heating, electricity, safety in the form of four walls and a well organised society,…

Best Art Feature (20-01-2015)
20 January 2015

Best Art Feature (20-01-2015)

Coarse impressionist strokes, so impressive. Today's featured painting is titled,  "Landscape with Trees" . This is the kind of art where the further away I get the closer I want to be to it. The way that light plays in-between the strokes is so impressive, so natural, so free flowing. It is almost photographic in effect and yet distinctly in it's school of coarse oil strokes and impressionistic paint. Artist,  Just Gaja 's…

Best Art Feature (18-01-2015)
18 January 2015

Best Art Feature (18-01-2015)

This piece is entitled  "Female carpet with couch" The title is going to offend somebody. We leave it up to you how you interpret it though.  Personally we think it's a little tongue in cheek and emphasises femininity, sensuality, sexuality and comfort all in one discreet package.  Is it objectifying? Yes, but sometimes sexuality is and although a larger component of it is raw, emotional and connection, sometimes it is about…

Best Art Feature (16-01-2015)
16 January 2015

Best Art Feature (16-01-2015)

So simple, so effective. The simplicity yet effectiveness of good composition goes without speaking yet it is carried out so effortlessly by  Kathleen Wong. This simple piece takes great design and thought, do not underestimate it. We have simply sat here impressed. It is simply shocking we haven't exhibited this piece sooner. I guess that's why life is so complex sometimes. Much information bombarded at yet distilled to a…

Best Art Feature (14-01-2015)
14 January 2015

Best Art Feature (14-01-2015)

This feels so punk. It's aggressive, it's in your face, the typeface is bold, angry, incomprehensible but speaks of anarchy, of revolution, of movement. The splatters of black oily blood adorn it's surface like a rioter throwing a bin over and squiggles violently deface photos as if someone was letting go of all their frustrations. I feel passion of someone frustrated, someone who speaks for people and himself. Someone feels betrayed in this piece, it is almost…

Best Art Feature (13-01-2015)
13 January 2015

Best Art Feature (13-01-2015)

Hey simplicity, we miss you! This is a nostalgic time when we reflect on the differences between children and adults and say it is a matter of dependence and physical development.  Age is becoming increasingly arbitrary in the world with greater access to information. Some people develop faster than others but there is a common agreement that the state of childhood is a pleasant one and should be preserved in innocence as long as possible.…

Best Art Feature (11-01-2015)
11 January 2015

Best Art Feature (11-01-2015)

Hello little Ducky, how are you today? This is a simple, clean and elegant look which evokes a sensation of nostalgia whilst being firmly rooted in the smooth curves and colour schemas of modern pop art. It is entitled,  "Gumball Machine with Polka Dots"  and is by Boston, USA based artist  Maureen O'Connor . The technique itself in creating it feels like a mixture between watercolours, digital and oil and using the images she has displayed on…

Best Art Feature (06-01-2015)
07 January 2015

Best Art Feature (06-01-2015)

We know good art when we see it. We can also see through the barriers that prevent the distribution of art. It's simple really, no matter where you are in the world, you want to get your message through unhindered and uninterrupted. Unfortunately not all of us have equal access to that opportunity; that opportunity to communicate and so we make forward with the best we can do. The artradio.tv artist  Middle Earth  is a special example of this. …

Happy New Year (well almost)! (31-12-2014)
31 December 2014

Happy New Year (well almost)! (31-12-2014)

Happy New Year! One of the weirdest things about running an arts platform is that you always feel slightly detached from the artists, especially if deep down you are a creative person. You want to contribute yourself but wind up juggling things. I've been updating on my own recently because everyone else is on holiday.  The downside is I can't get out of the house to do this, the upside is I'm getting to discover work from artists all over the world whom I…

Best Art Feature (28-12-2014)
28 December 2014

Best Art Feature (28-12-2014)

The universe is endless. A most interesting truth is that the inspiration and understanding of the molecular structure of DNA came about in part following the consumption of LSD by Francis Crick. It's not a commonly known story and I guess it has relevance here. It probably transformed the foundation of abstract theories and structures that Francis Crick had in his head via a synaesthetic experience (e.g. transforming sound into colour, or touch into sound)…

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