My belief is that the mind & spirit are what constitute our soul. Both are nourished with art and knowledge.
My dream is to establish a network-refuge for artists that will full-fill their desire for art, insure a safe environment to fully practice their passion, stimulate free creativity processes, & that will also provide satisfactory returns for everyone.
Creativity is a vital aspect of my life. Not a day goes by without making something out of nothing. Technology contributes so much in every aspect of our lives. Hence, combining art and technology will only enrich our lives.
This website is my outlet, the cross road between fine art drawing, fine art photography, music, themes of our times that I discuss and technologies such as web development.
This, is the Renaissance world. This, is where art and technology merge.
I really hope to have something in here for every one out there.
ART IS PASSION
WHAT DRIVES MY ARTISTIC JOURNEY
Capturing our world’s most beautiful creations has been a monumental part of my artistic and personal life. My favorite anime characters, pets, and wild life were my very first subjects. In my late teens, I was introduced to the Leonardo DaVinci’s figure drawing method and things artistically went to a stratospheric level for me after that point.
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Studying & Drawing the human figure in all its splendors became a mission. It is now a life-long project I have dubbed Motions. Depicting the human figure in very dynamic movements and unusual perspectives. The energy and grace do trigger my creativity
Taking pictures has a freedom to it I usually do not have in drawing. The ability to instantaneously take a still moment of beauty or history is very powerful. That while preserving the natural lights and without resorting to computerized enhancements preserves the pure authenticity of that magical occurence.
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TEACHING IS TO EMPOWER PEOPLE
"The ideal teacher guides his students but does not pull them along; he urges them to go forward and does not suppress them; he opens the way but does not take them to the place."