WOMAN’S ESSENCE PARIS 2022 21-24 APRIL

WOMAN´S ESSENCE PARIS 2022

Teilnahme bei
WOMAN´S ESSENCE PARIS 2022, 21. bis 24. April
im Herzen von Paris: iconic Gallery 24 B

Das Projekt zeigt Kunst von Frauen aus über 30 Ländern.
Es erscheint ein Katalog, präsentiert durch die Kunstkritikerin Prof. Di Trapani.

Weitere Infos unter: musaartspace.it

Aesthetica – Issue 106

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Patrick Joosten listed in the Artits’Directory of Aesthetica Magazine, issue 106 Page 143 with “Etude en Jaune & “Dreams”.

Feb. 23 – July 23, 2022 Butterfly Effect online group art exhibition curated by Contemporary Art Curator Magazine

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I am very pleased, delighted and honored to be invited by the Editorial Assistant of Contemporary Art Curator Magazine, Veronica Weinberg to be a part of the Butterfly Effect online group art exhibition as an artist to exhibit 8 images of my artwork and also receive an Honorable Certificate from the Contemporary Art Curator Team for being an artist invited to exhibit artwork for this wonderful online art exhibition.

ONLINE EXHIBITION BUTTERFLY EFFECT exhibition period:

February 23 – July 23, 2022

The ‘Butterfly Effect’ idea shines a light on how a simple action, such as the flapping of a butterfly’s wings in one part of the planet, can spark a cascade of events around the globe.

The ‘Butterfly Effect’ concept originated from Edward Lorenz’s Chaos Theory, which explored the idea that no matter who you are, you can significantly impact the world.

Art impacts society by altering people’s opinions, instilling ideals, and transferring experiences across places and time.

Art can affect social change; it can provide people with a voice. Art has the power to arouse emotions in those who see it, leading them to rally for change.

Links to review the ONLINE EXHIBITION BUTTERFLY EFFECT:

https://www.contemporaryartcuratormagazine.com/online-exhibition-butterfly-effect/anson-liaw?rq=Anson%20Liaw

https://www.contemporaryartcuratormagazine.com/online-exhibition-butterfly-effect

Myriad

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Myriad

In this canvas you can discover a myriad of colors intertining in attractive and shimmering compositions of Blues, Oranges, Pinks and Yellows.

Original artwork signed P. Joosten at the front and at the back.
Acrylic on canvas, dimensions 160 x 100 x 3 cm. Black wooden frame.
Sold with invoice and certificate of authenticity

2022 – March 11th

KLAUS BILICZKY – FLAYED PARADISE – Large solo exhibition

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Your are invited to visit this exhibition.

Climate change and the massive man-made pollution and destruction of our environment can no longer be denied by anyone; they are a bitter reality. We are now living in a “flayed paradise” on earth and are in the process of destroying our own livelihood.

However, looking at something from a distance changes the view of what we see and even pushes reality into the background. Details get lost, are lost in the surface or disappear completely, as if they had never existed. In this way, a new overall picture is created, which can represent something completely different from what our eye has previously perceived. A new way of looking at things opens up to us.

Klaus Biliczky takes up this theme and celebrates in his abstract works the beauty of our world and this from an unusual perspective. Lines melt in color transitions, sometimes delicate and also powerful in the coloring, so that the structures and shapes sometimes seem photo-realistic. The artist provokes with the ambiguity of his works and thereby draws attention to the fact that it can often be only a small step from a natural paradise to a destroyed landscape by wrong decisions.

https://www.biliczky.de/

‘Chaos Coordinate System’ solo show

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The dream world is an invisible world, but we cannot deny its existence. I proceed by “plagiarizing” scenes from my dreams, incorporating them into my work and giving them three-dimensional form in physical reality. However, this does not mean that every one of my paintings comes directly from my dreams. I record the content of my dreams indirectly, improvising and adapting, depending upon the materials I am using and the formats in which I am working. As for this thesis show, the inspiration of my works on display comes from a dream I had during the epidemic. I dreamed that I was standing above a wilderness, and a huge black hole was floating in the sky. So, I created a series of works about black holes and intended to continue it. My goal, as an artist, is to use my dreams to establish a more profound connection with the real world, which viewers can experience. My works, in whatever media, are different from my original dreams, which have been transformed or altered because of the conscious thoughts that have gone into their creation. But it is undeniable that what initially motivated me to create these works came from my dreams.

Poster artwork created and submitted for the VIDAK 21/22 International Invitation Exhibition: BOM with the theme given being, “BOM” (Spring / Look back) Universal Design

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I am very pleased, honored and delighted to receive an invitation from VIDAK (Visual Information Design Association of Korea) and my friend, designer-artist and Professor, Kye-soo Myung and VIDAK Associate member to participate as an international designer-artist to create and submit illustration artwork for the VIDAK 21/22 International Invitation Exhibition: BOM with the theme given being, “BOM” (Spring / Look back) Universal Design – Design for all, the world united in the fight against COVID-19.

Theme:

“BOM” (Spring / Look back)

Universal Design – Design for all, the world united in the fight against COVID-19.

1) BOM is Spring in Korean, in the sense of a new start and that is coming.

2) BOM also means looking in Korean, in the sense of looking back at the current era and ourselves ahead of the end of COVID-19.

Right image:
Promotional poster design created for and to promote the VIDAK 21/22 International Invitation Exhibition: BOM with the theme given being, “BOM” (Spring / Look back) Universal Design by Byoung II Sun

Left image: Poster illustration artwork created and submitted for the VIDAK 21/22 International Invitation Exhibition: BOM with the theme given being, “BOM” (Spring / Look back) Universal Design

Illustration by Anson Liaw

Title: Blossoming Ahead (version 2B)
Media; Pencil, ink and digital
Size: 28 inches wide by 40 inches high