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Nice Art of Body Painting Collection

Friday, July 11, 2014

Nice Art of Body Painting Collection

Nice Art of Body Painting Collection


Nice Art of Body Painting Collection
Nice and beautiful Art of Body Painting Collection

Marine Sexy Girl - Body Painting

Tuesday, July 1, 2014

Marine Sexy Girl - Body PaintingMarine Sexy Girl - Blue Style Body Painting

Polygonal Curvature Painting

Sunday, June 8, 2014

Polygonal Curvature Painting
January 9, 2007 - New Orleans, LA. Art photography from the latest Tracy Craig at Kelly's body painting, a local model, when he experimented with painting the linear geometry of the curved bodyscape.

Miss Merilyn on a Milkcan Painting

Saturday, June 7, 2014

Miss Merilyn on a Milkcan PaintingMiss Merilyn on a Milkcan Painting, looks like a natural painting

gz-Body Painting or Improvements

Saturday, May 15, 2010

Tonight was another meeting of the northern NJ Face & Body Art Guild, and I was finally able to make it again. I've missed several meetings because of the show and rehearsals. Now that we're out of rehearsals, and in fact there's only one weekend left, I've got time.

And I am now, quite literally, a card-carrying member of the guild!


How cute is that?

This month's meeting was especially valuable, as we had a guest teacher to lead our workshop, Pashur. Yup, the same great guy whose class I took back in November. He's really a great person in addition to being a great artist, and it was fun to see him again.


In addition to a great new parrot design, he showed us ways to really improve our sharks. Plus, I learned this great tattoo-style rose that, when filled in and shaded, is similar to an Ed Hardy look.


Polished up, filled in, shaded, and surrounded by some tribals or thorny vines, this will be a phenomenal addition to my repertoire.

The best part of Pashur's workshops are the games that get you to push your boundaries. One game was to fingerpaint fifteen 3-color roses with a vine, leaves, and a bumblebee... first person to finish won, so we needed to move fast and throw skill and "pretty" out the window. The range of outcomes was hilarious.


Mine was second from the left.

I can't wait to put my new skills and ideas to good use!

gz-Body Painting or What an experience!

Monday, May 3, 2010

Wow.

Friday night was opening night of the show I'm in, and everyone went out after, so I got home late. And then of course I was wide awake and couldn't sleep right away.

I got up on Saturday at around 9 a.m., leaving for Tribeca at 10, to get to the Film Fesival.

I found my place in Washington Market Park, and set up while Eric went to find parking - it took him an hour! Tha'ts how crazy and huge the fetival was. It makes sense on such a gorgeous day. The high was 88, and it was just partly cloudy. Perfect for this sort of thing, really, and I was in an area shaded by trees, so it was even more attractive.

Well, on the first trip, people saw me put stuff by the table with the "face painting" sign, and started to line up. As usual, people started getting on line for painting while I was still setting up. I set up fast, and got going... and going... and going.


I painted nonstop for 5 hours, barely taking a break for a swig of SmartWater.


The kids were freakin' awesome, EVERY. SINGLE. ONE. Not exaggerating. Polite, sweet, fun. Laughed at my bad jokes, and I did a zillion butterflies but most let me match colors to their outfits! And most of the parents and guardians were also freakin' awesome. Seriously, I was thanked for doing the painting, thanked for making the kids happy, repeatedly told what a great artist I was, and thanked some more. They thanked me for even just being a face painter!





It feels so grear to be appreciated, it really does. This is the kind of event that makes the heat, the lugging and carrying, the practice, the investment, the shore shoulders and backs - all of it - worthwhile.


I heard that people were waiting on line for me for TWO HOURS and were STILL nice to me. I'm pretty sure that says something about their character.


People were so disappointed when I had to leave at 4; next year I will definitely not audition for the May show at the theater so I can spend the whole day painting. It's worth it.

While there, though, I got to do my second ever panda! And third, but I didn't get a photo of that one.


I loved this brother and sister too, a kitty that originally wanted to be a bird, and a robot! My robot requests are very infrequent, but a challenge is always welcome.


I also got to design my first mouse! This girl was such a cutie, and luckily, we got video and a photo of the final result.




That night, I was back on stage for a great show, as was I on Sunday afternoon!

After that, I came home to an email from the project manager of the Festival, letting me know that the "official" estimate was that they had over 300,000 attendees and thanking me for "helping to make it such a very special day for everyone who attended."

She commented that she'd wanted to say hi as she passed a few times, but didn’t want to interrupt me "while [I was] busy transforming faces into artistic beauty," that everyone seemed so pleased with my work, and that it was a pleasure to have me with them. It was definitely mutual!

Arts of Painting - Exploring the Artist Identity

Saturday, February 27, 2010

Arts of PaintingArt Paintings Process

The painting processes in this research endeavour to study the artist identity of the artist through the exploration of consciousness. The basic components of what; where, when; how and why they take place will be described in the following applications, which form a personal account.

These processes have been chosen instead of other media because of the quality of paint's immediate and fluid response. Despite a background in ceramics, art paintings is where my passion lies.

Processes
What the Art Paintings Will Comprise
In my exploration, six art paintings will be undertaken. These will be abstract art paintings and figurative paintings. I will use alternative surfaces. The paintings will include canvases stretched professionally with concrete underlay (thick black plastic).



The dimensions of each art painting will be uniform: 120 x 70x 5 cm. The media used will include oil paint, enamel, oil sticks, Black Japan stain, shellac, pastel, charcoal and ink. The primary artistic focus in this process will lie in the use of alternative materials in painting and in the use of alternative surfaces. Boundaries may be intentionally pushed through the use of construction materials to create aesthetics on surfaces not intended for this purpose.

When the Painting Will Take Place
The proposed plan involves painting every second Tuesday and every Thursday for a period of six weeks. This art painting will occur at night in two to three hourly timeslots.

Where They Will Take Place
The space will consist of a studio set-up in a lock-up garage. For the purposes of the research, the computer and reference materials will be set up on one side of a garage space, and the work bench with art painting materials on the other. I plan to be able to move quickly and freely between both.

How They Will Occur
The intention is to include a timetable of art painting processes, which will consist of certain times in the following months. Ideas of setting a limit on the painting time have been considered.

Dialogue with Art Paintings
The personal dialogue processes approached in this research combine elements of Heuristic research, but allow for an individual account.

These processes are based on the internal search mechanisms present within the creative-self processes The processes relate to a conversation or dialogue that takes place between the researcher, artist and a higher consciousness of either the self, an artwork or other object studied closely. Many artists and art therapists have utilized these methods in their research and inquiry.

Why the Dialogue Will be Undertaken in This Manner
The dialogue process is intended to provide a different level of consciousness. It is anticipated that I will connect with my art paintings through the processes of dialogue. The dialogue may inform me on levels unavailable to me experientially.

What the Dialogue Will Comprise
This process is intended to encompass a journey into art painting. The aim is to literally enter into the art paintings through passages of different levels of consciousness. In order to make the space available to connect with these other levels of consciousness, the following will be utilized: indwelling; a search of the self through thought; meditation and contemplation. The insights may come through hearing the words in my mind, intuition, or new concepts emerging from or into internal frames of reference.

Where the Dialogue Will Take Place
This process is an internal one, while the external and inter-objective realities in my surroundings may have bearing on the internal mechanisms. The proposed dialogue will occur in the studio space designated for writing this research. The set-up of the computer on one side and the art paintings on the other is intentionally designed towards easy access to writing when dialogue occurs.

Arts of PaintingWhen the Dialogue Will Take Place
The method of dialogue within this research will be approached using a lack of structured timetable or schedule. As I have not attempted this process before, I am unsure of whether it will be able to fit into a time-frame. I am unsure of whether I can summon dialogue at will; or whether it will emerge in an indiscriminate manner.

How the Dialogue Will Occur
This is largely unable to be determined at this point in time. There is a commitment to a total immersion in the processes of this inquiry and it is likely that the dialogue will naturally emerge from the art paintings through channels due to the immersion process. It is anticipated that the creation of the unique personal space for communication with my art paintings will reveal and allow for documentation of how the process occurs.

Reflection on Art Paintings
Why the Reflection Will be Undertaken in This Manner
The reflection process formulates the basis for the intimate connectivity of the processes of art paintings and dialogue. It forms the fabric from which the evaluation cloth is cut. The sacred witness will allow the space and time to measure the experience and to dwell on the emergence of new information.

The reflection process aims to draw the art paintings and dialogue processes together and provide the stand-back viewpoint, indispensable to making art paintings and primordial self- inquiry.

What the Reflection Will Comprise
The reflection process in this research will comprise transpersonal processes as a method of self-inquiry. It will evoke notions of the witness. These reflection processes will present a unique witness account of the experience of art painting, the dialogue experience and the overall experiences.

The observations of thoughts, emotions, dreams, dialogue and art painting processes provide the foundation from which to evaluate the personal interior experience.

Arts of PaintingWhere the Reflection Will Take Place
The reflection is anticipated to take place within the transpersonal self -this being wherever the art paintings and dialogue processes are taking place. They may take place in other areas of life, such as times of driving, walking, meditating and working.

When the Reflection Will Take Place
Much like the whereabouts of the reflection processes, the time-frame of this process encompasses all other processes in this research. It is predictable that I will bear witness to my art paintings and my dialogue processes. The witness will be present when I make the connective leaps in consciousness and when the intellectual synapses jump into action. Thus, the internal observer will have to be on duty at all times, knitting the components of my processes together. These observations can then be evaluated into a unified and presentable critique.

How the Reflection Will Occur
The reflection processes aim to transcend the art paintings and dialogue states of consciousness. Reflection is anticipated to occur through the watchful gaze of the transpersonal witness. I will endeavour to consciously manifest the witness during times of art painting and dialogue. This will involve dis-identifying with the art paintings and dialogue processes.

Findings of the Exploration Into the Artist Identity
The basic components of why, what, where, when and how investigated in the art paintings and dialogue and reflection applications can be located in the art paintings themselves and in some of the text and explanation of each of the art paintings on the website.


Buy Online Direct From the Artists - Affordable Art Paintings and Prints

Friday, February 26, 2010

How to buy a piece of art painting for your home or work but think you can't afford it as art is way too expensive? Save money purchase art online, direct from the artists, at an affordable price to suit your budget.

Affordable Art Paintings and Prints

There are many self-representing artists who sell original paintings, limited edition prints,

photographs & all fine art including sculpture, pottery & handmade jewellery on the net, artists recognise that many art buyers cannot afford to spend £500 - £1000 on a painting, when buying direct you can find art that is affordably priced at around £250 or even less.

Affordable Art Paintings and PrintsAnother good reason for buying art direct from the artist is that you could discover the next Picasso or Turner! You may get to chat with the creators themselves, by purchasing art from an emerging artist you could buy art that has a good chance of being an investment if the artist reaches greater heights in their artistic career, or just choose your art because you like it and it compliments the interior of your home or office space.

Online art galleries represent all artists, from amateurs to new or emerging and full time professionals, who exhibit a wide variety of art in all styles and mediums, including abstract paintings, landscapes, seascapes, figurative art, still life, flowers, wildlife paintings, and more, in oils, acrylic, watercolour and other mediums, each artist has their own pages on these art sites where they exhibit a portfolio of their art, you can send enquiries or leave feedback when you have made a purchase, some galleries charge their artists an annual fee but take no commission, some work on a commission basis where artists pay a percentage usually 25 - 50% on each artwork sold.

Affordable Art Paintings and PrintsYou can buy some stunning art online, or you could also do a search in your local area, find an artist and visit them in their studio where they will have paintings on display for you to see before you buy.

If you are looking for a painting or print to complete the look of your home or office, buy art direct from the artist, save money and help support and encourage talented artists.


Body Painting Not Just For Concerts Anymore

Friday, February 19, 2010

Body Painting Not Just For Concerts Anymore

Over the past several months it seems the topic has appeared on our radar screens a multitude of times. Even getting press releases announcing exhibitions. Art galleries are hosting exotic art exhibitions and involving the public by bringing in body paint artists to demonstrate their work.

To looks more body painting galleries, please click here - body painting

Good Model and Design of Body Painting

Thursday, January 14, 2010

Good Design of Body Painting



Good Design of Body Painting





This Is The High Level Art, False One Of Art Body Painting

Wednesday, January 13, 2010

This Is The High Level Art, False One Of Art Body Painting

Sexy Woman Body Painting Pose With Umbrellas

Saturday, January 9, 2010

Sexy Woman Body Painting Pose With Umbrellas
Sexy Woman Body Painting Pose With Umbrellas

Woman Body Painting With Classic Car

Woman Body Painting With Classic CarWoman Body Painting With Classic Car, color combination is perfect

Tiger Bikini Style Body Painting

Tiger Bikini Style Body PaintingTiger Bikini Style Body Painting With Sexy Model

Emerald Admiration Style Body Painting Model

Sunday, January 3, 2010

Emerald Admiration Style Body Painting ModelEmerald Admiration Style Body Painting Model

Model : Robyn

Dynamic Trio Body Painting Gallery

Saturday, January 2, 2010

Dynamic Trio Body Painting Gallery
Dynamic Trio Body Painting Gallery, two sexy woman and one man style body painting

Mona Lisa Graffiti - Grafitti as seen on a fence stud in Erfurt

Thursday, December 31, 2009

Mona Lisa Graffiti - Grafitti as seen on a fence stud in ErfurtMona Lisa Graffiti - Grafitti as seen on a fence stud in Erfurt

Body Painting - Airbrush Painting

Wednesday, December 30, 2009

Body Painting - Airbrush Painting on The Ass of Sexy WomanKawasaki motorbike Style Airbrush Body Painting

Airbrush art is a popular form of painting various designs on various types of surfaces. Everything, ranging from skin, clothing, canvas and the car used to show fantastic works of art using airbrushing. Motorcycles and building murals are also a target for an artist to show off their creativity with airbrush art.
Airbrush art history as interesting as a creative design artists use airbrushing for. Experts believe that a primitive form of airbrush art used by ancient civilizations. This method is believed to be used in this primitive form of airbrush art is the use of hollow bones spray paint out with blowing through it. Although this is a very primitive method compared to modern forms of airbrushing, it still works. Look at the children's airbrush art kits that require the child to blow through one end of the tube to create the airbrushed art. Now ancient forms of airbrush art have bled into the modern children's crafts.

Celebritis Painting - Jessica Alba Portrait by Byron Fli Walker

Tuesday, December 29, 2009

Celebritis Painting - Jessica Alba Portrait by Byron Fli Walker
Celebritis Painting - Jessica Alba Portrait by Byron Fli Walker

Tiger Head Body Painting in Sexy Female Body

Tiger Head Body Painting in Sexy Female BodyTiger Head Body Painting in topless Sexy Female Body - show on the street

 

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