Today Is Wassily Kandinsky’s Birthday

 

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ARTICLE on Painter WASSILY KANDINSKY at thefreedictionary.com

Image related information:
Munich-Schwabing with the Church of St. Ursula by Wassily Kandinsky, 1908. Source:
Olga’s Gallery

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Henk Jacques Fernandes: Portraiture

Henk Jacques Fernandes: Portraiture

Portraitist, architectural painter and art instructor Henk Jacques Fernandes has lived and worked in Aruba, Venezuela, and the Netherlands. His restrained use of brush-strokes to create vivid, lively faces reminds me of Dutch Master Frans Hals’ work. I discovered Henk Fernandes’  beautiful paintings when I saw my website linked on his page, Atelier Fernandes (thank you very much, Mr. Fernandes).

by M-J de Mesterton, The Rock Painter

Edward Petherbridge: His Art and Poetry

British Actor Edward Petherbridge as Lord Peter Wimsey, circa 1987

UPDATE, June 15th 2016: The following links are no longer working, but Mr. Petherbridge’s web-site is still standing. Here is the blog portion of this talented, busy actor’s page:http://pethsstagingpost.com/blog/

Paintings by Edward Petherbridge

And by scrolling down the page, you can read his witty and incisive poems on the “State of the Art” 

The Intelligent Art of Duncan Regehr

Duncan_Regher_PainterDuncan Regehr, Painter

Happy 61st Birthday to Artist and Writer, Duncan Regehr!

Artwork of Duncan Regehr

 Above: Duncan Regehr poses in front of  his works of art at Winchester Galleries in Victoria, British Columbia on Sept. 22, 2005.

(Photograph by Debra Brash, CNS files)

From Wikipedia:

“Duncan Peter Regehr (born October 5, 1952) is a Canadian writer, multi-media artist, and film and television actor. He has also been a figure skater, an Olympic boxing contender, and a classically-trained Shakespearean stage actor in his native Canada, before heading to Hollywood in 1980. He is perhaps best known as Zorro in The Family Channel‘s global hit-series based upon Johnston McCulley‘s classic hero, and from his many roles in multiple television incarnations of Star Trek.”

From duncanregehr.com: “Regehr’s typical method of working is to develop a series of paintings, sculptures, drawings and writings that project a common theme or philosophy. By delving into the collective subconscious and the psyche he produces images of an intensely personal nature. The work invites reciprocal identification by the viewer.”

Painter and Thespian Duncan Regehr
Painter and Thespian Duncan Regehr