Monthly Archives: February 2015

A Challenge: Archetypal Expressionism Art Gallery


Probably the best international visual artists who represent the new awarded art concept/movement, Archetypal Expressionism, are now together in a virtual art gallery: http://archetypalexpressionism.com/ I hope this conceptual art group will be a challenge for the international art market and … Continue reading

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Hélène Cardona’s atemporal poetry


There are few visionnary poets in our time, who learned to contemplate the world with the ’’eyes of heart’’ and Hollywood star, award-winning poet and linguist Hélène Cardona is a brilliant representative of them. A follower of some giants of … Continue reading

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Severin’s Choice: Bruce Rimell


Artist’s statement: Bruce Rimell is a visionary and archetypal artist based in Leeds-Bradford in the UK whose vibrant work springs from the alchemy of his own personal visions, sensations of archaeological or mythological prehistories, and migraine experiences since childhood. Rendered … Continue reading

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Hierarchy of Light: New Monochrome Artworks


”Text and Time 108”, oil on canvas, 70×90 cm, 2015, monochrome artwork belonging to the Archetypal Expressionism Series, inspired by old Aztec archetypes (Coatlicue, the Mother of Gods). This is a radical monochrome artwork, using the same colour and tone, … Continue reading

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Întoarcerea personajului


Eu nu sunt decât un personaj episodic din ”Întoarcerea huliganului”, cea mai cunoscută carte a scriitorului sucevean Norman Manea. Gloria mea anonimă şi efemeră pe plan universal nu a durat decât în momentele în care cei câteva sute de mii … Continue reading

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Severin’s Choice: Fefe Talavera


Artist statement: Fefe Talavera’s monster paintings are metaphors for strong and subconscious human emotions like anger, fear, dreams or desire. The colourful fantastic beasts which she connects with the “dark side” of her inner self stand for the artist’s cultural … Continue reading

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