LaPortaBlu Art School

La Porta Blu Associazione Culturale ONLUS La Porta Blu è un'Associazione Culturale per la quale collaborano artisti operanti nei vari settori delle arti contemporanee, un corpo insegnanti altamente qualificato che organizza ogni settimana laboratori di disegno e pittura per adulti, ragazzi e bambini più laboratori di scultura, fotografia, audio visivo, incisione, disegno del n**o, storia dell'arte contemporanea.

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26/06/2022

Giallo e donna

Georg Baselitz

Donne di Dresda.

La sua prima Biennale nel novanta.

Commemorare, sarebbe giusto una Commemorazione,
del bombardamento di Dresda nel 1945.

24/06/2022

Art

“There is an influence which is getting strong and stronger day by day, which shows itself more and more in all departments of human activity, and influence most fruitful and beneficial—the influence of the artist. It was a happy day for the mass of humanity when the artist felt the desire of becoming a physician, an electrician, an engineer or mechanician or—whatnot—a mathematician or a financier; for it was he who wrought all these wonders and grandeur we are witnessing. It was he who abolished that small, pedantic, narrow-grooved school teaching which made of an aspiring student a galley-slave, and he who allowed freedom in the choice of subject of study according to one’s pleasure and inclination, and so facilitated development.

“Some, who delight in the exercise of the powers of criticism, call this an asymmetrical development, a degeneration or departure from the normal, or even a degradation of the race. But they are mistaken. This is a welcome state of things, a blessing, a wise subdivision of labors, the establishment of conditions most favorable to progress. Let one concentrate all his energies in one single great effort, let him perceive a single truth, even though he be consumed by the sacred fire, then millions of less gifted men can easily follow. Therefore it is not as much quantity as quality of work which determines the magnitude of the progress.

“It was the artist, too, who awakened that broad philanthropic spirit which, even in old ages, shone in the teachings of noble reformers and philosophers, that spirit which makes men in all departments and positions work not as much for any material benefit or compensation—though reason may command this also—but chiefly for the sake of success, for the pleasure there is in achieving it and for the good they might be able to do thereby to their fellow-men. Through his influence types of men are now pressing forward, impelled by a deep love for their study, men who are doing wonders in their respective branches, whose chief aim and enjoyment is the acquisition and spread of knowledge, men who look far above earthly things, whose banner is Excelsior! Gentlemen, let us honor the artist; let us thank him, let us drink his health.”

—Nikola Tesla

(The Address On the Occasion of the Commemoration of the Introduction of Niagara Falls Power In Buffalo At the Ellicot Club, January 12, 1897)

Electrical Review, January 27, 1897.

Photos from Anartist's post 05/06/2022

Poesia

Da Michelangelo Buonarroti a Luigi Pericle: la storia dell'arte fatta di scarabocchi 09/04/2022

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Scarabocchi

Da Michelangelo Buonarroti a Luigi Pericle: la storia dell'arte fatta di scarabocchi

28/03/2022

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Arte moderna

“Non m’importa l’arte per l’arte, conosco solo la vita per la vita”. Victoria Ocampo - Pangea 16/03/2022

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Dinosauro

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Dal vero

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18/12/2021

Tanto tempo fa'

Pablo Picasso
"Portrait of Daniel-Henry Kahnweiler", c.1910
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Daniel-Henry_Kahnweiler_(Picasso)

How Brancusi’s Beloved Dog Influenced His Art 27/09/2021

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15-Year-Old Artist Creates Incredible Animal Drawings From Memory 25/09/2021

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LaPortaBlu Art School updated their business hours. 23/09/2021

LaPortaBlu Art School updated their business hours.

LaPortaBlu Art School updated their business hours.

De Dominicis, il mago che prese la morte per il naso 21/09/2021

De Dominicis, il mago che prese la morte per il naso

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19/09/2021

Diego

Mexican Colors in Art: Red and Blue | DailyArt Magazine | Art History 03/09/2021

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Lapis Lazuli: A Pigment More Precious Than Gold | DailyArt Magazine | Art 03/09/2021

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When Does Avant-Garde Art Go Too Far? 25/08/2021

When Does Avant-Garde Art Go Too Far?

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18/08/2021

Blu

The Egyptian Blue:
Egyptian Blue is the oldest known artificial pigment.
The Blue color has been throughout the history of humanity one of the most quoted, identified by it with royalty and divinity, due to the difficulty of its obtaining.
Blue pigments were used from very old, but later than others such as red, Black, brown, or ochre, easier to get in nature and used already in the art.
But the most quoted blue pigment came from minerals such as lapis, scarce and rare, and therefore very expensive. The largest lapis deposits are located in the Hindukush of Afghanistan, where they are still exploited with procedures very similar to employees more than 3.000 years ago.
The Egyptians cared about those mines large amounts of lapis to obtain the azurite, the dust that provided the blue pigment with which they adorned their artistic works. Its price was so high that even in medieval times still cuadriplicaba the gold.
That's why towards 3000 BC they sought a way to make their own blue pigment. Little by little, they were perfecting the technique, which consisted of grinding silica, lime, copper, and an alkaline base, and heat it at 800-900 degrees Celsius. The result obtained is considered the first synthetic pigment in history.
The Egyptians used it to paint wood, papyri, and canvases, coloring enamels, inlays, and vessels. But especially in the funerary field in masks, statues, and paintings of the graves, as they believed that the blue color protected the dead from evil in the other life.
The oldest known example of the pigment dates from about 5000 years ago and was found in the painting of a tomb of the reign of ka-Sen, the last Pharaoh of the first dynasty. In the new kingdom, the Egyptian Blue was used abundantly as a pigment being found in statues, paintings of tombs, and sarcophagi.

Artists Only Need 4 Colors to Create Compelling Paintings 13/08/2021

Artists Only Need 4 Colors to Create Compelling Paintings

Artists Only Need 4 Colors to Create Compelling Paintings Painters today have an abundance of pigments to choose from today. But many artists and educators endorse the use of a restricted—or limited—palette.

Piet Mondrian on How to Be an Artist 08/08/2021

Piet Mondrian on How to Be an Artist

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Mark Rothko on How to Be an Artist 26/07/2021

Mark Rothko on How to Be an Artist

Mark Rothko on How to Be an Artist The beloved Color Field painter left behind wisdom on what it takes to be an artist, from channeling childlike instincts to taking ego out of the equation.

10 Female Performance Artists Who Aren’t Marina Abramović 24/07/2021

10 Female Performance Artists Who Aren’t Marina Abramović

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Willem de Kooning on How to Be an Artist 18/07/2021

Willem de Kooning on How to Be an Artist

Willem de Kooning on How to Be an Artist Despite being an influential Abstract Expressionist artist, Willem de Kooning took a singular approach to painting. Here, we share his wisdom on being an artist.

Addio a Christian Boltanski, morto l’artista dell'emozione e della memoria 14/07/2021

Addio a Christian Boltanski, morto l’artista dell'emozione e della memoria

Addio a Christian Boltanski, morto l’artista dell'emozione e della memoria Christian Boltanski è morto a Parigi, all'età di 76 anni: conosciuto per le sue installazioni emozionanti, aveva realizzato un'opera per la Strage di Ustica

How Mark Rothko Unlocked the Emotional Power of Color 14/07/2021

How Mark Rothko Unlocked the Emotional Power of Color

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Georgia O’Keeffe on How to Be an Artist 12/07/2021

Georgia O’Keeffe on How to Be an Artist

The best

Georgia O’Keeffe on How to Be an Artist “Great artists don’t just happen,” Georgia O’Keeffe once said. “They have to be trained, and in the hard school of experience.”

02/07/2021

Artist Guy Warren at 100 | Art Works

Giulio Turcato - Colori Mai Visti 02/07/2021

Giulio Turcato - Colori Mai Visti

Un cordiale saluto

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Photos from Fondazione Pino Pascali - Museo di Arte Contemporanea's post 01/07/2021

Photos from Fondazione Pino Pascali - Museo di Arte Contemporanea's post

01/07/2021

La nostra dea

Concorso di PITTURA 01/07/2021

Concorso di PITTURA

Concorso di PITTURA Concorso di pittura completamente gratuito

01/07/2021

Così è

"I am enough of an artist to draw freely upon my imagination. Imagination is more important than knowledge. Knowledge is limited. Imagination encircles the world."

-- Albert Einstein (1879 - 1955)

Image: Einstein, 1946 (Colorized)
(Credit: Paula Wright. Archival ink print)

01/07/2021

Concorso di PITTURA

01/07/2021
Primo premio €500,00 30/06/2021

Primo premio €500,00

Per te e per lei una prova di umiltà

Primo premio €500,00

Land Artist Arranges Stones and Leaves Into Mesmerizing Mandalas and Spirals 29/06/2021

Land Artist Arranges Stones and Leaves Into Mesmerizing Mandalas and Spirals

Land Artist Arranges Stones and Leaves Into Mesmerizing Mandalas and Spirals "Both poetically fragile to look at and yet deceptively solid due to the nature of the raw material."

The Insurance Saleswoman Who Built a World-Class Collection of Fluxus Art 28/06/2021

The Insurance Saleswoman Who Built a World-Class Collection of Fluxus Art

The Insurance Saleswoman Who Built a World-Class Collection of Fluxus Art Through her support of the movement’s founder, George Maciunas, collector Jean Brown came to be known as the “den mother of Fluxus.”

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