Re: Kallis on line
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Words sometimes get in our way, when we want to speak
about art. Who knows why cave men decided to stop
meeting their basic biological necessities to go
inside a dark cave and paint?
Words do get in the way, but Corvit Fest has moved me
The beautiful, emptiness of the room with black birds
pecking on a pile of [debris, rice, dust??] on the
floor. The space is so quiet, Devoid of human life, or
maybe the humans have all turned into birds. Maybe
this photograph is so close to me because of my
feelings about war, death and desolation in the world.
I can't help relating it to personal experieces on
the subject. Absolutely moving and wonderful.
There is a Bach piece, Suite number one for
Violoncello Solo interpreted by Anner Bylsma, it feels
just like this work. Listen to it if you have a
chance. (it must be Bylsma interpretation though)
It will tell you more about what I mean than anything
that I can write.
I hope this doesn’t sound to melodramatic, but if it
does is okay, I can excuse it by saying that it is
cultural thing for me … :-)
Thanks you so much for sharing your work.
--- Venkatram Iyer <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Christina, Katherine,
> Many thanks for taking the time to look at the
> Kallis and other stuff.
> I can understand your preference for gum-overs. But
> because Kallis are
> new in my hand, I sought feedback. Unfortunately,
> what appears on the
> web does not fully reflect the actual.
> Thank you once again for your supportive comments.
> On 13-Sep-06, at 6:31 AM, Christina Z. Anderson
> > Your work is beautiful (overused word, sorry),
> Rajul--first of all, I
> > like your artist statement, easy to understand and
> succinct. Second,
> > in your work you have woven an element of
> nostalgia in well with an
> > element of surrealism in a nice balance between
> sweet and odd, or soft
> > and edgy...my faves are the ones with birds (two
> at top of website),
> > the Fibres of Being which is edgy like excoriated
> flesh, and
> > Interface. Of course, I am also biased to the ones
> where you have used
> > gumover for color, too.
> > Chris
> > CZAphotography.com
> > ----- Original Message ----- From: "Venkatram
> Iyer" <email@example.com>
> > To: <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> > Sent: Tuesday, September 12, 2006 2:54 PM
> > Subject: Kallis on line
> >> Hello list,
> >> I have put some Kallis on my web page at
> >> <http://www.theartark.com/iyer.html>
> >> Feedback is welcome. TIA!!
> >> Rajul
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