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Recently I have many unfinished work
and I found some of my old artworks. Not so old.
I haven't submitted my diploma works here,
and I found the photos about them, so I can do it now.
My diploma work consist of 3 bigger paintings, and 14 smaller paintings.
These paintings walk around a technical problem and a symbolical theme.
The technical problem is dissolution or solubility:
How can a waterbased paint (woodmordent) 
dissolve or mingle with other waterbased paint without or a with minimal human intervention. 
And how can dissolve a waterbased paint (mordent)
with a denser waterbased paint (dispersit).

I have a special connection with these two paints:
the mordent is able to bleed through the dispersit 
(when the first/previous layer is the mordent and there is a dispersit layer on it)
and I so love this "ability".

The symbolical theme is based on the ancient elements (water, fire, earth and air).
        The 3 pictures present: 
the earth: Clay
the water: Wave
the fire: Ember
         and there is the "fourth" element (the air) on all of them 
- the abstract forms presents the dissolution of the 3 elements with air element.

The 3 pictures create a kind of line, a composition, the first picture begins the line: 
the first is the the Clay, the second is the Wave
and the third is the Ember, which ends the line.


And I submitted some of the "experiments" about the test of the paints.
Experiment 1. and Experiment 2.
(with minimal human intervention)

 Enjoy them! ;)

         And there some new watchers, I'd like to welcome here all of them:
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Welcome friends!
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John
Artist | Traditional Art
Hungary
Firstly, I'm not an artist. You can find one on every street corners. Especially in DA. :sarcasm:
I am a Creator.
When I paint, draw or simply create something, I'd like to bring something to the world, what you can't find outside or simply walk past or through it. I don't copy, but I show you things as you can't or wouldn't see them. It is not a provocation - it is an experiment and experience.

Anyway, I love wandering in nature, climbing small rocks, and wondering on landscapes.
The humans don't realise so many beautiful things around themselves, miss out them from their life. So many things could be found in the nature which are greater and more valuable than the best PC-Games.
And you can find the most wonderful and most abstract world outside, in the nature.

Current Residence: Szeged
Favourite genre of music: Rock, Metal, Industrial and sometimes blues, jazz, folk and classic.
Favourite style of art: cubist and abstract-expressionist

Personal Quote: Human eye is the most abstract camera in the world - and you'll not see same pictures more times taken by it.
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egotyk Featured By Owner Aug 19, 2014
köszönöm
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BRipin Featured By Owner Aug 18, 2014
thank you very much for the fave John! Barrie
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thergothon Featured By Owner Aug 15, 2014  Hobbyist Photographer
Thank you for faving my work :)
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DOK-FITZ Featured By Owner Aug 14, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Thank you!;D
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ebbing-gale Featured By Owner Aug 13, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Thanks for adding my piece to your collection.
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