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Fantastic work-in-progress.
 
Ive been trying to  get this one together. Getting close!
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He seemed pretty comfortable in this pose. Tried a different perspective this time. As an after thought this painting probably needs a bit more on the bottom right.

Day Dreaming
18" x 24"
Oil on canvas

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The poor woman seems a bit creeped out by the stranger wanting to walk/peek in? The shadows, I thought were quite interesting too, while painting this one.

Stay Right There
18" x 24"
Oil on canvas

Been a while since I shared anything with +Friday Art Confab.

Cheers!
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This week I have been experimenting with ink and pigment powders.  I have been having a great deal of fun combining the colors and splashing on inks and pigments trying to create a piece I love.  I have also been experimenting with different finishes.  I am quite pleased with this one and have a few others that have turned out pretty cool.  I was trying to give the impression of a faint mountain line across the bottom.  I blended my inks and powdered pigments with rubbing alcohol, water and the blow dryer.  I would love to hear what you think of the results +Friday Art Confab +First Friday Art Walk  This piece is on stretched canvas and measures 20" x 30" #art   #artist   #abstract   #painting  
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unpublished work from 2013:

BAMBACH
"Prophezeiung (Prophecy)"
2013
Technique:
Mixed Media - Books, Computerparts, Plaster, Acrylic Colors, Varnish
Size:
6 Pieces, various sizes between cm 15 x 20 x 10 and cm 35x20x15
installation-size approx. cm 40 x 100 x 100
Year:
2013



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Spring Thaw

A rendering of a scene in Yosemite National Park, California from 2005 when +Shari Seibold, +Taylor Seibold and +Brooklyn Seibold visited during a time the park saw sunshine, rain and snow.   Used Corel Painter Photo Essentials 4.  Old program.  Whole lot cheaper than the new version.  :)

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I love to try new things and I really wanted to see if I could create a abstract picture that had a beautiful combinations of colors and a soft feel to it.  I experimented first on canvas paper and I liked how it turned out so I then did this one on a 9" x 12" canvas with acrylics.  I haven't quite figured out how to create soft muted lines with my paint brushes so a lot of time I resort to my fingers.  +Friday Art Confab Please feel free to share your thoughts with me.   #art   #painting   #abstractart   #blue  
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'Dreams & Wishes' 14" x 30" Pointillism. Ink on Illust. board.
Copyright Michael J Kolesar, All rights reserved.

Dreams & Wishes is one of my all time favorite pieces. While I may have posted it before, I thought I would offer it up to the +First Friday Art Walk +Friday Art Confab 
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New work. Dream of the Desert oil on canvas, 24"x 30"
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+Friday Art Confab Thanks for the share. I forgot! It's Friday!
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Here I present you my newest painting:

BAMBACH
"Untitled (Hulks Orgasm 205)"
tech:
varnish, Silicon, acrylics, plastic, paper, canvas
size
cm 226 x 176 // inches 90.4 x 70.4
2014
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thank you all for this nice feedback
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woohoo! apparently it's +PicMonkey's birthday today! Happiest of birthdays, here's something I made for you with your help :)

#PicMonkeyBday  

(I used picmonkey.com both for creating each of these rose pictures and also for making the collage.)

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A weekly gathering of artists for connection and discussion.
Introduction
What's this about?

When I was at art school, Fridays saw us taking over buildings with our work. Students, usually faculty, sometimes friends would gather to look at each other's art and create fruitful discussions.

We all benefitted from a regularly scheduled gathering. It gave us an incentive to make things. We could check in with what we were doing, even (especially) if that meant sketches and works in progress. It was useful to have artists of different disciplines and skills, all sharing their unique perspectives with each other.

Let's do that on G+. We have a great community of artists and a bunch of friends who'd love to see what we're working on.


Browse our back catalog at fridayartcritique.blogspot.com



How to Participate
  1. Circle this page.
  2. Create a post showing the work you'd like to share. Works in progress encouraged! If you want everyone in the group to see your post, make sure you share it publicly.
  3. Include information like medium, size, intended presentation, process, etc. The more we understand, the better feedback you'll get.
  4. Make sure to plus +Friday Art Confab in the post. Add the #Confab hashtag so you can be searched.
  5. On Friday sometime US Mountain Time I will post a list of all the artists participating, with a link to your post.
  6. Check out all the work featured, drop by and talk with the artists. Let the conversation roll!

Who may participate?

If you call yourself an artist, you're welcome here. Visual artists of all sorts, photographers, painters, drawers, writers, musicians, everyone. The more diverse the group the more challenging discussions may become... but hopefully also more rewarding.


Not sharing?

That's ok, you don't have to share something to participate. Circle the page and I'll let you know when the list is done. Go check out some art! It's not necessary to give a critique if you don't want to. If you do venture into those waters, here are some guidelines:


Confabulating

Instead of using phrases such as "I like..." or trying to solve problems for the artist, think about ways to express what you find successful or interesting about a piece. Why do you feel that way? Is there something that would change your opinion?

Putting your work out there is terrifying on the best of days, I know it's part of your soul hanging there. But even so, try to step aside and let the work stand on its own. It's stronger than you might think. If you try to substitute yourself your work, you could get hurt. Nobody wants that.