By Stephan Pisko Infected minds’ do not make artists! We have an increasing amount of infection in the future with the most dangerous psychological element called “social conditioning” the level of creativity (or) whatever you could call it has been previously planned setup subliminally via an exterior force to confuse and frustrate the masses in addition to the artists. If you think that you are … Continue reading Social Conditioning – Artistic Mind Infection
By Stephan Pisko Everything cannot be art just like everyone cannot be an artist. Sorry to disappoint, but there must exist some basic prerequisites or it just gets to a very absurdly stupid level of artistic belief where there remains no useful creative meaning whatsoever pertaining to the current time and environment. An ‘artist’s statement’ must be identified ‘standing alone’ for maximum viewer visual impact … Continue reading Everything Cannot Be Art – Everyone Cannot Be An Artist
By Stephan Pisko If you take a moment to brief the history of this very contemporary city you soon are revealed that it is indeed a ‘legendary eclectic modern edgy classic’ point in space where a great many artistic movements’ from the 1950’s through to present day not to mention the memorable ‘movie star’ status golden years when movies’ were actually supremely creative … Continue reading Los Angeles Legendary Eclectic Contemporary City
I paint like a pig playing in a pool of mud. “In India, we eat with our fingers. We basically do everything with our hands. So why not paint? It gives me more of a tactile connection with my medium. Artist Mohan Sundaresan works around La Jolla,California, restoring and refinishing the interior of many fine houses. When he comes home, he goes out to … Continue reading Mohan Sundaresan: An Artist With An Invitation To Openness.
By: Vernon Nickerson Edited by: Colleen Page Images by: Filmmaker Sue Rowe The Art Of Monteque first met Filmmaker Sue Rowe during The 2016 Sundance Film Festival. She was absolutely charming and showed a profound passion for filmmaking, but little did we know at the time just how passionate about social issues she was. Filmmaker Sue Rowe, is a dramatic actress with depth … Continue reading Filmmaker Sue Rowe: Showing Wings Of Courage To Showcase A Violent Issue
Salma Arastu was born into the Hindu tradition in her native India, and embracing Islam later on, she has enjoyed the beauty of these two distinctive traditions first hand. At birth, Salma Arastu was given the life-defining challenge of a left hand without fingers. Through her belief in the unity of an all-encompassing God, she was able to transcend barriers of religion, culture, and … Continue reading Salma Arastu: A Sculptor of the Spirit
By: Monteque Pope-Le Beau So many people have said that I should write a biography or tell my story. Well that’s just not me. I am a very private person. No! that is not right, I am a solitary person. So I don’t talk about myself very often. I talk about my family and the way I was raised, but mostly I talk about my … Continue reading My Story
By: Adrienne Vaught Edited By : Colleen Page As I did my research preparing to interview this modern day Renaissance man, the more fascinated I became by his many talents and pursuits. I can tell you I was shaking in my fuzzy slippers (phone interview). What a gifted soul. He paints his characters with the same warmth, vitality and unexpected twists that he paints … Continue reading A conversation With Artist Federico Castelluccio: A Renaissance man With A Gifted Soul
Born in Colorado Springs, CO, Warren Stokes is a self-taught artist and mazeologist. During his early years he had a love for drawing sports and comics. But frustrated with the look of his people he never took art seriously. A trip to the library changed his life when he discovered the art of architecture, making his goal to become a professional architect and design houses. Unfortunately his first drafting class would be … Continue reading The Amazing Genius Of Maze Artist Warren Stokes
Coming this fall, an innovative new play will connect LA theater- goers to the spirit of Réjane, a remarkable French actress and theater impresario who changed French culture, fashion and socio-politics as the 19th century morphed into the 20th. O Réjane will have it’s world premieres on November 14, 2014 at Bootleg Theater to take audiences into the life of an indomitable woman … Continue reading WORLD PREMIERE PLAY “O RÉJANE” ABOUT FRENCH ICON AT BOOTLEG THEATER
Old Man Hey there Old Man, It’s been a while hasn’t it? You know the shock you gave me made me sit. If you were hear I could ask, why I’m so vexed. You know I’m still wondering what comes next, But though at times I still feel so lost, Know I’d still trade you back at any cost. I get it, you … Continue reading Poems By Nathan Robbins
By: Monteque Pope-Le Beau Edited: By Colleen Page Featured Images By: Doug Despres Poster Artwork By: Lenore Chinn There are many facets to Mr. Ed Moy. He is an accomplished journalist receiving in 2000 the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society National Print Media Award for Excellence in Journalism. He is also an actor, a screenwriter, a director and a producer. When I met Mr. Ed … Continue reading An Artistic Quest For The Truth
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