Pablo San Blaz (https://www.facebook.com/pablo.sanblaz#!/) does virtual images called e-paintings!
1. An establishment in the business of producing and selling art.
art (noun) The quality, production, expression, or realm, according to aesthetic principles, of what is beautiful, appealing, or of more than ordinary significance.
-ery (suffix) Denoting occupation, business, calling or condition, place or establishment. i.e. bakery
We visited the artery to see an exhibit and buy a new painting.
dodgeless (adj.) = digital artistic painting technique, blending two or more colors together i.E. in Photoshop without using the "dodge tool". Refining of the painting by only using decreasing opacity brushes.
This digital painting looks dodgeless.
Lisa Milroy (born 1959 in Vancouver) is a Canadian painter whom now lives and works in the UK. She is known for painting everyday items in the form of rows or grids, she does this in an intimate, isolated and sometimes photographic way. She mainly paints still life. Lisa studied at Université de Paris-Sorbonne (1977 - 1978) briefly before going and staying in London where she then studied at St Martin’s School of Art (1978 - 1979). In 1979 she then studied at University of London (1979 - 1982).more...
Her first solo exhibition, in 1984, was of small still-life paintings depicting common objects, either singly or in sets. Other works from the 1990s include landscapes, cityscapes and crowds. Crowd (1992; e.g. London, Nicola Jacobs and Tony Schlesinger priv. col.) demonstrates the artist's continued interest in the technical aspect of the painting process, with strokes, dabs, dashes, dots, planes of colour and other painterly marks layering the surface.
Lisa Milroy is an artist concerned more with form in her paintings than with content. She chooses to paint everyday objects but paints them isolated from their original context, unravelling new qualities and meanings and more importantly, a new way of looking at inanimate objects. The objects in her paintings demonstrate explicitly that they are painted rather than photographed. Milroy paints them from memory instead of from direct observation.
whenever combining multiple colors together (i.e. painting), you are likely to be subjected to the SPV rule. That is to say that the resulting color will either look like shit, piss, or vomit.
Guy A: I was painting something the other day, and when I combined black, yellow, and red it kind of looked like--
Guy B:--shit. Yeah, I know. That's part of the SPV Rule.
To dirty paint is to have a blank canvas i.e a very pale wench.
(Dirty painting is to try to make an improvement to an abomination of a woman which cant look any worse)
This act of dirty painting is when a fugly white girl is stripped down and have faecal matter from the artist rubbed all over the canvas. The artist may or may not choose to use a variation of bodily fluids for different colours. As in phlegm used for a green or a pale yellow, ear wax for orange, or spooge used for a white or a slimy texture. The dirty painting is only complete when the surface area of the wench is covered in exotic bodily fluids.
Guy 1: Did you hear about Wendy?
Guy 2: That disgustingly overweight blob that constantly smells like sweaty flab flaps?
Guy 1: Yeah! i heard some sick artist pinned her down and made her a dirty painting!?!?!?!
Guy 2: hope he made an improvement
An art movement (e.g. Impressionism), where the artist(s) cover themselves in paint and then have sex on a rolled out medium such as canvas.
Friend: "That's a great painting, where did you get it?"
You: "Oh the wife and I made that last weekend, it's a Sexism".