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University of Arts, London, Uk
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If you're an artist, what kind of art do you make?
Drawing, Painting
I am...

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...an intricate thinker with utopian dreams and obscured sensibility, vituperative when it comes to ignorance, dullness and people who usurp the `forever happy' pattern while not feeling at ease acting in a certain way.
Here to meet real artists, to understand and discover new ideas, art galleries and people who love art and who take different approach to it.
About my artwork
I use art as a way of expression of my own throbs and questions. It is said that a picture can say a thousand words, so feel free to put your own neurons in function and correlate the two of them: my interests and my paintings and if you understand their main idea, than, we’ll both be happier.
Artists I like
Salvador Dali
Thinking, creating, inventing, researching, reading and developing my own personality are the occupations that fill most of my free time.
Quantum physics, the mysteries of the Universe, the power of mind, the differences between the world's cultures, the mark of the historical events upon the present reality, philosophy, sociology, paradisiacal islands, theatres, art galleries, trips, cruses, fast motorbikes and big cars, scuba diving, flying with a parachute, hot air balloon or helicopter, colourful flowers, animals, deep conversations, taking the tour of the world, helping the hopeless and much, much many more represent the main elements that can put a smile on my face or a spark in my brain.
Centre of the artworld:
New York

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I find pathetic the fact that some mature `artists' are begging for votes on Saatchi- showdown!!!!!



Please, spear me of this type of incompetent messages and aim to win only if you know that you deserve…

Posted on June 30, 2008 at 14:52

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At 0:18 on September 30, 2010, N.S.VALLUVAN said…
At 6:24 on October 15, 2008, ART & ARTISTS LA said…

Open to all artists in all fine arts media we seek to recognize outstanding quality and diversity in the arts.

The 2009 IJC is open to all artists worldwide, age 18 and older. All works must be original. Entries in the following medias will be accepted: Painting, Drawing, Mixed media, Printmaking, Watercolor, Ceramics, Sculpture, and Photography.

Entry Deadline February 15th 2009.


A solo show next winter 2009 at Bluebird Art House and $1500 to the winner. 1 work in the show for each one of the 3 runner up.

To receive the Submission Form and bases

At 19:58 on June 24, 2008, yogendra kumar purohit said…
hi binaca..
very sounded art from you .
gooing good with art..
visit my art at www.yogendra-art.page.tl and send comments on my art work from your art sound.
yogendra kumar purohit
At 20:14 on June 23, 2008, Bianca said…

At 8:52 on June 19, 2008, Constantinos Kyriacou said…
Hello Bianca. Thank you for the friendship. Congrats for your work. Very symbolic and describing. I hope I am using the right words, since I don't know the english language really well. I have read what you wrote in your page and somehow I share similar feelings about "reality". Which by the way I consider human-made. In fact I would like to share a conclusion, to which I reach two nights a go. And which may last for ever, or for several days.
"realities, of every "me" and every "you are schizophrenically distant. And we meet in every day's life to pretend that we have common perception"
At 8:35 on June 18, 2008, Beppe said…
Bene,dunque potro comunicare in italiano. Vedi il blog. "IL RAPPORTO TRA SESSUALITÀ UMANA E GLI ASPETTI CULTURALI DEL POTERE." sarà un buon esercizio poi fammi sapere. Hi Beppe
At 6:15 on June 18, 2008, Beppe said…
I'm from ITALY. I invite you to visit my site. www.beppedevoti.com. and http://www.artreview.com/photo/album/listForOwner
I want to invite you to join me in the pure painting art http://www.artreview.com/group/puraismo . I would be honourable if You wanted to participate in the group of my friends. Beppe
At 22:44 on June 17, 2008, Bianca said…

My second painting is `The why-s and what-s’ .

The painting contains an amalgam of fourteen philosophical, social, physical, cultural and psychological symbols.

The central idea is the interrelation between the subconscious and between (what we call) reality.

The subconscious, though studied and proved to be `a mine of gold’, is still perceived, from ignorance, as being occult or, at least, strange.

The story of my painting starts from the bottom side flowing towards the top.

The fourteen symbols

1. The interference with the subconscious is realised when an idea pops, `from nowhere’, into awareness. When talking about the edge between the two worlds, we cannot establish its place in mathematical terms, this is why, I represented this border as a very thin layer. This was shown in the way the `separator platform’ is torn and curved as easily as a piece of paper can be physically mutilated. It looks like the result of an explosion, leaving at sight the riches of its unexplored.

So, why are we not thought about the power of mind?

2. The sand castle that dominates the entire perspective stands for the colossal importance that we give to the concrete possessions. It also suggests the fact that none of the material achievements can last forever and that, though it is so taught to gather reaches, they are nothing but beautiful sand castles.

So, why do we invest almost all our time in making money?

3. The connection between the ideas( the treasures from the bottom of the painting) and their physical result(the castle) is represented by the central colourful `river’ of energy. Ideas are energy. They can materialize through hard work, (in the painting) represented by the red hand from the top of the stream. This is the last step before getting in the ownership of the physical wealth.

4. The senior couple - represents the wisdom of life and the act of embrace represents the main achievement of life: the understanding that love is of great magnitude, that love is vital and that it is the only feeling that deserves and which can lead to sacrifice.

What is your life main priority?

5. The lion -The social, financial and any other type of issues is represented by the gigantic beast. But what harm can a beast do to a being if it lacks the features that are making it scary? As angry as it may be, the lion has neither fangs, nor nails. So, why are we afraid? Of what? Why do we get stressed? The worst a problem can affect us is to harm our material `layer’. Why are we afraid of losing our life as long as we are the life itself?

6. The fear is mirrored in the human's eyes. He cannot express himself on a verbal level, because he lacks the mouth. This denotes that the human should first do their best to solve the issue by their own and only when absolutely necessary to ask for the participation of other individuals.

7. People should try to confront the problems and not run of them. Trying to flee won't make the problems disappear, but will only make them advance in gravity. The man is rooted in the material world and I represented this status by literary adding roots to the man’s legs. This makes the escape impossible.

8. The man with wings and bounded hands- We tie ourselves with a nine to five routine, forgetting, or simply never knowing that we have the ability and the birth right to `fly’( I used as a symbol the wings) as high as we wish to. All it takes for fulfilling the wildest dream is the strong desire to do so.

Why aren’t we being taught in school about it?

9. The magician-Life is magic, we believe it, understand it, feel it or not. And this is what maintains its glow.

Why is magic seen as a terrifying subject?

10. The woman and her refection into the two mirrors- we are interconnected with each other. We are, at the subatomic level one, which can be translated into: each of us is everybody. The white woman’s reflections are: an African woman, with the traditional lip-plate and the mad or genius –Salvador Dali.

Why do people kill and harm each other?

What establishes who we are, where we borne, when we die?

11. The couple’s birth- the natural need of finding our twin soul stays with us for a life time, till the search is successfully accomplished. Is it because the male and female were designed to match each other like two puzzle pieces.

Why is it so difficult to find the perfect partner?

12. The thinker- Take time to meditate, think and develop yourself!

13. The wreck- the forgotten or latent ideas, which we do not regard as we should. We do not value them at their real worth.

14. The leg coming from a parallel world- The intrusion of parallel universes, worlds.

What do we know about time travel?

Why is it possible to affect the future, but not the past?

The third painting is called `Steps towards fulfilment' and it sugests the necessity of personal and professional development that can bring happiness into an individual's life.
At 22:43 on June 17, 2008, Bianca said…
The picture below is one of the paintings that I would like you to give me the opportunity to talk about.

All my paintings are the result of my questions about this weird `reality' and about the way our identities are being manipulated and affected by it.

The first painting is actually the union of two large (40 inches/ 30 inches) canvases.

I called it `Which missing link?’ , because it is structured as a puzzle. It is my manifestation against the war in Iraq.

It symbolises the scrupulous tactics of the American politicians that made (many years before the actual start of this 21st century genocide) their detailed and perfect plan for getting into the possession of the world’s oil resources.

I have so many to say about this traumatic reality, but I will keep the description short.

On the upper side of the painting the Statue of Liberty has proudly replaced its source of light with a gas pump.

The Twin Towers are both in flames at a point when the second airplane did not attack yet. This is the proof that the airplanes were nothing but a planned show. As many entitled men say, the second tower collapsed because of bombs explosions, seconds before the plane hit it.

The central image represents, in an allegorical way, the back stage of the White House’s politics and it reveals who are the ones responsible for the innocent people’s massacre. The `men in suits’, shaking their hands as a sign of gratitude for their plan’s success. The blood on their hands is the mark of their acts. Bush and the Al Qaida representant are in good terms and the last details of the war are established and approved with a large smile of satisfaction.

How many of the world’s people know that actually, Al Qaida was founded by the Americans?

This is a part of what one can read on Wikipedia:

`What exactly al-Qaeda is, or was, remains in dispute. In the BBC documentary The Power of Nightmares, writer and journalist Adam Curtis contends that the idea of al-Qaeda as a formal organization is primarily an American invention.

Would an organisation fight against its `nest' or would it cooperate for their reciprocal benefit? The answer is not difficult.

The person with the American flag covering his face is the president of the United States of America, who is shown as the string puppet of the real criminals.
At 22:39 on June 17, 2008, Bianca said…

Please, feel free to check my paintings and profile on http://www.saatchi-gallery.co.uk/yourgallery/artist_profile//88962.html


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