Good Skin Labs Workshop

On Sat 14 Nov 09, I went to Good Skin Labs Workshop. Zoe, Wendy, Harim, and Kitty have there been too. Special because of Jessying for enrolling me for the workshop. I used to be asked to be the “model” for the merchandise and makeup demonstration. The representative from Good Skin Labs Ms Ng Soo Chien did a product demo on the right side of my face. 4. Tri-aktiline (the celebrity product) – even away lines & wrinkles instantly! The effect: can easily see that the side of the facial skin with the products is smoother and clearer. That’s all for today.Do any workshop is had by you tales to tell?

I can’t clarify what contemporary art is, or at least what it’s meant to be. Yes, you can trace a relative line from traditional to contemporary art, but not a straight one. It really is a parabola that goes up and then down Perhaps, or a spiral. We don’t know. All we can say is that the creative artwork market is rolling out, which impacts the creative art itself. With what we call contemporary art, words, and explanations are worth more always.

Visual arts have been transformed by articles and critical essays; in the meantime, the works themselves have become mute. In the theater, the critics and curators took up the front row. This is my view on the difference between traditional and modern art. Personally, I prefer to be measured in human dimensions: art that whispers and doesn’t shout, art that covers me and makes me fly and does not crush.

But I have to confess, some of these modern things catch the attention of me; for example, mural painting (graffiti) and abstract things. Many of the same techniques are used, in slightly various ways and with different tools just. The same principles apply, you create art however. I visit a line particularly running right through the stylized form of Japanese art such as Hokusai and contemporary stylized graphic illustration.

Question: Set alongside the advancement of traditional art, how do you describe the introduction of digital (or new media) artwork? Jonathan Ball: Digital artwork has obviously developed much more quickly than the thousands of years of hand-crafted techniques. A complete generation has been brought up on “Photoshop” and other tools, whereas earlier decades used pencil and pen. Still, I believe that digital art is in its infancy still. While a painting can happen to be just splotches and blobs, when you go up to it close, the patterns are beautiful by themselves, full of color, intensity, saturation, and texture.

Go close to digital artwork or a TV display and you’ll see a mess of distortion and artifacts. Display resolution is on par with imprinted media Once, and once computer technology we can easily create large, comprehensive just work at rate highly, digital will have caught up to traditional press then.

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Most digital art of the early-21st hundred years was created to be looked at on low-resolution devices. Much of this artwork will be obsolete when higher-resolution displays and devices are developed over the next hundred years. And much that is stored only on hard drives will be lost forever as drives fail and websites close or are redeveloped. I find it a pity that a lot of great work is reproduced at such a limited resolution and range rather than stored in a way that maintains it safe for future generations. Question: Reveal about art and your favorite art motion.

Jonathan Ball: Difficult, because I love so many styles. But I find that if I’m within an artwork gallery, I love contemporary painting since it keeps so many surprises and it is less predicable than prior eras. I really like quirky contemporary illustration, particularly low-brow art forms, and gothic-mythology mixtures. Getting into the mid-20th century, the conceptual transformations that arose from new methods to art led to an emergency of aesthetics, as was manifested in new art media.

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