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Gipsy Dance (1) Print

Erik Teodoru

Germany

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Gipsy music and dance is like life. It is passion; it is fire; is is pain and it is pleasure. I tried to extract all those elements and put them in colours with fluid shapes. I use my "Feelings, Motions and Emotions" style again . I found it fit for this dance. Done in Gimp. ID Number: 437

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Print:Giclee on Photo Paper

Size:8 W x 12 H x 0.1 D in

Size with Frame:13.25 W x 17.25 H x 1.2 D in

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MOTTO: “AT THE END OF THE DAY, IF YOUR WORK HAS BRING AN ADD-ON… WELL – THEN IT’S ART!” This year I will “celebrate” 28 years working in the area of safety railway systems. My job is to bring people home ALIVE – with trains. I consider myself a lucky person because my job is like a hobby – I love it. This job require strictness. You cannot play here, you must respect the rules and ensure that all your team respect them. So I need a “contra-weight” - another hobby to balance this strictness. Drawing / painting has became, in time, a suitable option. In a certain moment of my life I discovered GIMP and, through it, the world of digital art. All I am doing is DIGITAL. Today I am using 3 main tools: ArtRage, Inkscape and GIMP. Recently, I also start using Luminar. I don’t know if I am an artist. I just know that when I start to work on something I do it because I feel a NEED to do it. You can call it INSPIRATION. But it is like a NEED. I am an autodidact (self-educated) in this field – I try to learn from what the modern media put it on my disposal (lessons, trainings, tutorials on internet or e-books). I have 7 personal rules that lead me – and not only while drawing: Rule 1: HAVE FUN. I do things because I have fun doing them. In the moment that I will not hawing anymore fun doing something, I will stop doing that thing. Rule 2: SHARE THE JOY you have. This rule is self-explanatory. Rule 3: The ADD-ON is a MUST. I start from something that exists (a feeling, a photo, a need, a dream…). To consider that I have DONE something, I must bring an ADD-ON. To develop what already exists. To show another face of it. To free things that are locked inside – the things that I can unlock – it is very possible that other people see and unlock OTHER things… The relation with something that exists depends on the person who interact with it. 2 patients feel different the "same" pain. 2 viewers feel different in front of the same painting. 2 man love different the same woman. So the idea is to do my best and to bring to life something “until ME – unrevealed”. An ADD-ON. This is tricky because sometimes things looks almost perfect or totally locked. You noticed, as an example, how hard is to make a good movie based on an exceptional book? Not impossible, just very difficult. Rule 4: IGNORE NEGATIVITY. Just ignore it. Life is so short! Rule 5: LISTEN TO EVERYONE, DO AS YOU WANT. With respect of Rule number 4, of course. Rule 6: LOVE YOURSELF.

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