Friday, June 25, 2010

Art on Acrylic

I discovered these elegant and contemporary acrylic prints online called Art on Acrylic. Art on acrylic is ideal for modern contemporary works of art and photography. The finished product is created by digitally printing on archival quality photographic paper that is mounted to a ¼" polished, flame edge acrylic. This process maximizes image clarity, crispness and quality that is unmatched in the marketplace. Brushed nickel standoff mounting hardware is provided to add depth to the finished product.

Saturday, June 19, 2010

Store@ArTrism is launched!

We have the most comprehensive and wide range of fine art supplies here to satisfy your inner artist.
Save up to 30% off many fine art products!

Friday, June 11, 2010

Liszt Hungarian Rhapsody No 2 (Tom vs Lang Lang)

Lang Lang's version of this is inspired by Tom, the cat....haha.
Tom's version in 1944. This won an Oscars in 1944. Remembered watching this when I was a kid, very nostalgic.

Lang Lang's recent version

Tuesday, June 8, 2010

New paintings at ArTrism

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Support the T’boli tribe in Philippines

The Painting and the Painter- This is an original painting of Ronald Tamfalan. His subjects are his own fellow tribal people depicting their culture and life. It shows exactly how a T’boli woman looks, dresses, and cares for her baby.

The painting’s title “TULUNGAN PARA SA KABUHAYAN” is a Filipino line which means ‘Need help to have a better life’.
The painter conveys about his tribe situation, where many is in dire need of education to have a better life. He is from Philippines and belongs to T’boli tribe, many of his tribe men have less or no education at all, and he expresses his great desire to have them educated. The painter himself didn’t finish college because of financial difficulty. Because of his wanting to help educate his fellow tribal people, Ronald, for few years now teaches almost everyone in his village how to paint. Everyone’s house is becoming into an art gallery and their village is turning into an art museum.


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