Monthly Archives: December 2015

2015 in review


The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2015 annual report for this blog. Here’s an excerpt: A New York City subway train holds 1,200 people. This blog was viewed about 5,900 times in 2015. If it were a NYC subway … Continue reading

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Severin’s Choice: Michal Trpk


An overhelming testament of the human condition An outstanding member of the Archetypal Expressionism Group, Michal Trpk is one of the best international young artist of the XXIth century, a visual artist with a fresh and moving vision, guided by … Continue reading

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Severin’s Choice: Ciprian Udrescu


Texts about the artist: “Ciprian Udrescu searches thoroughly and graphically interrogates anything: horses, insects or space creatures, streets and roofs, studio corners and his own person. He places himself in a permanent state of capturing a significant vision out of … Continue reading

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Severin’s Choice: Harriette Lawler


“String Band” series by Harriette Lawler: Music is communication that crosses the fabricated or artificial divisions of nations and ethnic groups. My “String Band” series of abstracted string instruments is a tribute to the harmony, beauty, and joy that music … Continue reading

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Severin’s Choice: Gabriela Cristu


A brief statement of my work It always was the human being that inspired me. EVERYTHING happens around it and I love to discover its magic, to draw in scapes, a feeling or a message, to cap-ture what cannot be … Continue reading

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LOCATING IN THE PAST, THE SICKNESS OF THE PRESENT


“. . . I hope to expose both the moral horror and criminal injustices of the age and to speak to their persistence in our own.” CONSTANTIN SEVERIN’S INTERVIEW WITH NORMAN LOCK CONSTANTIN SEVERIN: Can we start with the beginning? … Continue reading

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