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Pastiche - A Brush with Foreign: Art and Inspiration, the People and the Places

Pastiche - A Brush with Foreign: Art and Inspiration, the People and the Places

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Pastiche is inspirational artistic work that mimes the places, techniques or motifs of other artists or periods. Unlike parody, pastiche celebrates, rather than mocks, the work it imitates. It's inspired by the spirit of a place or person or thing. One has a brush with foreign. It's a noun and a verb.
Noun: Artistic work in a style that imitates that of another work, artist, or period.
"The operetta is a pastiche of 18th century styles."
Verb: To imitate the style of an artist or work.
"Gauguin took himself to a Pacific island and pastiched the primitive art and people he found there."
Margaret Mead went to Samoa and wrote about it. Robert Louis Stevenson went to the South Seas, if only in his own mind, and sailed with pirates. Stephen Hawking assumed infinity. They went to all kinds of places, met all kinds of people, and they were changed forever--as were we.
Everything I know I learned from someone.
Barbara Kennedy Smith
2019


About the Artist
Barbara Kennedy was painting in 1970 in New York City, where she graduated from the Fashion Institute of Technology. Since then she has produced numerous pictures in oils, acrylics, watercolors, dyes, crayon, pastels, pens, pencils, egg tempera, and combinations of mediums and materials. She produced art, clothing, artifacts, and accessories for her businesses, Ruby Stars and Studio New York, in Locust Valley, on the Long Island Sound.Her first one-woman art show was "The President's Choice Show" at the Greenwich Art Society's E. C. Potter Gallery in Greenwich, Connecticut in 1994.
The advent of computer graphics has created new, innovative techniques she often uses to enhance already experimental and edgy images she creates.
"The Ecology of Photography," a book of photography, spans half a century, published by Lipstick Mountains Press in 2014.
The Art Collection is a series of 6 picture-books.
Ms. Kennedy is a graduate of New York Medical College and Arizona State University; a member of the National League of American Pen Women and the director of "Prevention through Education." She maintains residences in Arizona and the Washington DC area.
Visit: http://www.MadisonAvenuePublishers.com


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Pastiche - A Brush with Foreign: Art and Inspiration, the People and the Places

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Pastiche - A Brush with Foreign: Art and Inspiration, the People and the Places

Lunghezza: 117 pagine4 minuti

Descrizione

Pastiche is inspirational artistic work that mimes the places, techniques or motifs of other artists or periods. Unlike parody, pastiche celebrates, rather than mocks, the work it imitates. It's inspired by the spirit of a place or person or thing. One has a brush with foreign. It's a noun and a verb.
Noun: Artistic work in a style that imitates that of another work, artist, or period.
"The operetta is a pastiche of 18th century styles."
Verb: To imitate the style of an artist or work.
"Gauguin took himself to a Pacific island and pastiched the primitive art and people he found there."
Margaret Mead went to Samoa and wrote about it. Robert Louis Stevenson went to the South Seas, if only in his own mind, and sailed with pirates. Stephen Hawking assumed infinity. They went to all kinds of places, met all kinds of people, and they were changed forever--as were we.
Everything I know I learned from someone.
Barbara Kennedy Smith
2019


About the Artist
Barbara Kennedy was painting in 1970 in New York City, where she graduated from the Fashion Institute of Technology. Since then she has produced numerous pictures in oils, acrylics, watercolors, dyes, crayon, pastels, pens, pencils, egg tempera, and combinations of mediums and materials. She produced art, clothing, artifacts, and accessories for her businesses, Ruby Stars and Studio New York, in Locust Valley, on the Long Island Sound.Her first one-woman art show was "The President's Choice Show" at the Greenwich Art Society's E. C. Potter Gallery in Greenwich, Connecticut in 1994.
The advent of computer graphics has created new, innovative techniques she often uses to enhance already experimental and edgy images she creates.
"The Ecology of Photography," a book of photography, spans half a century, published by Lipstick Mountains Press in 2014.
The Art Collection is a series of 6 picture-books.
Ms. Kennedy is a graduate of New York Medical College and Arizona State University; a member of the National League of American Pen Women and the director of "Prevention through Education." She maintains residences in Arizona and the Washington DC area.
Visit: http://www.MadisonAvenuePublishers.com


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