Different artists, different artwork from illustrations to oil and acrylic paintings to photography, men and women artists from different parts of the States and Europe, all good, all united and devoting their lives on this Brooklyn Art Project page. Give your thoughts, give your ideas!

Update for this week, April. 25th, 2010:



Lee Peterson is always on the go travelling and taking wonderful pictures while on assignments .Working on new projects for 2010. Happy to be part of his site too: http://www.leepetersonphotography.com/Global/
Check his blog and other site also:
www.leepetersonphotography.com
Blog: www.photographyinparadise.com:

Lee won again another photography contest in Rome , Italy:


Here is his new card for promotion, front and back. It is not just about "Global art" but other types of photography too featuring nature, landscapes, etc,.:



Lindsay finished a beautiful painting displaying some high tower buildings in New York City with women on the foreground. The colors are fabulous and it is a big painting!

She donated a Framed Giclee of The Magical Life of Power to the MS Society at the Charity Ball at Lowes Coronado on Coronado Island, CA . Lindsay donates her artwork to different charity organizations on a regular basis. She will also have an art exhibit in her beautiful home in Cardiff-by-the-Sea before Summer 2010.

Stefan Duncan is the big winner in Charlotte, North Carolina: several commissions ahead of him and his big theme is "Trees" in all their glory. Vibrant colors! Stefan Duncan is a living artist: he paints 12 hours a day. He often donates some of his work for good causes. I submitted his work to Art Business News Magazine and we got featured in the Oct. 2009 issue on p. 15.


Marla Epstein specializes in animal portraits but people too. I am happy to have sold a few paintings for this very good artist. She paints the eyes of animals and people with great talent. They seem alive even though they are on canvas. Marla has received several awards from wildlife art shows in California. We already have done several art shows together for a few years now. Presently her artwork is in Temecula at Acappella too.

I met Alexandre Guillaume, a very talented French abstract painter living in New York. I had the chance to meet him in La Jolla a few weeks ago. I am inserting some of his paintings on my page on this site, with his permission, since I like his artwork so much! Striking paintbrushes on vivid colored background on his canvases. Alexandre' artwork is presently in New York, Australia, Toronto, Canada and other parts of the world in distinguished galleries.
Alexandre is an artist on the go!

Happy to see that the image below I submitted to Art Business News Magazine got published in March 2010:




Sylvie Monti is a very fine illustrator whose work has been published in many books in Europe. No formal training, Sylvie has an innate talent: she learned how to draw on her own using watercolors, pencils Caran d'Ache. Versatile styles between botanicals, mystical themes with wizzards and fairies. She also uses Photoshop for some of her more modern look images.

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Comment by Daniele Arnaud on December 3, 2009 at 2:05pm
Ah, I am impressed Prince!: you were so quick to answer me back with the right lines to make my day so much better...
Now, we need more poets like you to" fight " with soft words the villains instead of weapons but alas, we are not learning that beautiful words (and art too!) are the answers to make our world so much better. So we could write books about this subject: how to make life good for everyone with poetry? I guess it must have been written somewhere...
Now your comment about Alexandre Guillaume is very good (gendarme / bien cuit: I love those words for him!!!) : did he answer you back already?
Take care,
Daniele
Comment by Prince Freakasso on December 2, 2009 at 1:08am
AN ODE TO PICASSO: A new dawn breaks with pablos ire,to awaken a canvas with strokes of fire;
A myriad hues from reds to blues,finds it hard for even a discerning eye to choose.
What was it that made him great? Even though his lines weren't straight!
The rest of the pack he left far behind,proving to the world the 20th centurys' greatest find.
His journey of course he left incomplete! With many a work so subtly discreet.
Although we know that it's hard to go,someday,someone will beat Pablo.
With his blessings I'm sure we'll open the door,to the unseen works he may have wanted to show.
Maybe one day? As the days go by,a new painter'll emerge who'll reach for the sky.
So wait until then all you friends and foes,if its your luck you may witness those shows?

---- Princefreakasso
(Artist and Poet)
Madame Daniele,I hope you like this poem.I did it for Picasso.--- PRINCE
Comment by Prince Freakasso on December 2, 2009 at 12:49am
Hi Guillaume,
It is you who is magnifique! A frenchman is a true Gendarme in art,he battles with his canvas with dexterity until it is Tres Bien Cuit.
Dei Benir,
Prince
Comment by Daniele Arnaud on December 1, 2009 at 3:21pm
I think I am often mystical in my dreams. When I look at Sylvie Monti's images on my page, I feel even closer to being that way.
Send me a poem through this page. A few verses, perhaps. Thank you, Prince. Daniele
Comment by Prince Freakasso on December 1, 2009 at 3:39am
You know Daniele,Bingo for your comment.I am a mystic artist and famous poet.If you hadn't taken up art,you would have made a fine mystic.God Bless.....PRINCE
Comment by Prince Freakasso on December 1, 2009 at 3:36am
Thank you Daniele!...PRINCE
Comment by Alexandre Guillaume on December 1, 2009 at 12:24am
magnifique...Thank You. ;0
Comment by Daniele Arnaud on November 30, 2009 at 1:13pm
Thank you so much for your input, Prince (I like your name too: very mystical!). Take care and have a good week,
Daniele
Comment by Prince Freakasso on November 30, 2009 at 7:47am
Nice going Daniele,
You seem to have a fine collection of artists out there,keep it up!
Regards,
PRINCE

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