Saturday, September 30, 2006

CALL TO ARTISTS: An Introduction.

I want to give my personal welcome to artists of every style, medium and background to post a link to their personal art website. Feel free to introduce yourself and link your gallery as well. This is my 'hats off' to the many members of our community. Together we can make this blog an inclusive environment for each member who is willing to participate.

Comment on the galleries that are posted and expect others to comment on your gallery as well. This is an opportunity for us to see what our community has to offer and to talk about where we are going with our art. Please list any influences you may have or anything else that pertains to your work. How long have you worked? What are your artistic goals?

Sure, we may discuss some red-hot topics, but in the end we form connections that are positive as far as our development as artists is concerned. (It is important to think about every aspect of art).I can't promise that we will always have an amicable environment on the blog, but I can promise that there will always be new information and artists to challenge our way of thinking.My goal is for the blog to be mix of intellectual challenge and fun.

Take care, Stay true,

Brian Sherwin


Anonymous said...

Thanks for the positive message Brian. I'm still learning how to navigate this site but as soon as I get the chance to comment on the galleries, I will be doing it.


Robert said...

Hello everybody my name is Robert Long my web page is

enjoy, I look forward to seeing everybodies work.

Balhatain said...

Yoshi, sounds good to me. :P

Robert, I'll be checking out your work shortly.

Balhatain said...


I'm a painter. I would really enjoy learning more about your work. Perhaps you would be willing to explain the process involved in contructing these pieces?

Anonymous said...

i've posted a few of my photographs and drawings on my website, (the music on the site is my husband's and his band's...) if you click one of the thumbnails, it will take you to a page with bigger images.

oh, and i'm a scientist, not an artist. but that's okay, isn't it?


PeeMonster said...

Hey Bal+

I am PeeMonster (:.P)

Not sure what I can say about what I create... there are lots of children and excitement.

Take care, and congrats...+<3

Love Always,

Balhatain said...


"oh, and i'm a scientist, not an artist. but that's okay, isn't it?"

That is perfect. :P

Anonymous said...

hi, my name is ameliapeel
I have art here:
and i make music as well under the name ethelscull

allso on
love to hear comments. thanks!

Robert said...
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Robert said...


my process follows a scientific method, I pose a question and try to resolve that question. Exploration of materials is also very important to keeping the ideas fresh. If you would like specific details on a particular piece please let me know.

Balhatain said...


Feel free to post an image and tell us all about the process. I'm interested and I'm sure other readers are as well.

Robert said...


Do I need to use HTML tags for the images? Also, Where can we view your work?

jkretch said...

Hi, my name is Jeff Kretchmer and I have a few of my paintings posted on livejournal
My art is generally fueled by mood, atmosphere and emotion. I never plan my paintings out and always start them off as an action, and evolve them into structured conpositions.

Anonymous said...

yoshi again, here's my page..

Balhatain said...

Robert, will help you with preparing the images, I think.

As for my work... check out my gallery. Just do a search for Balhatain. I will probably be adding some new images on there soon.

Much of my work focuses on child neglect/abuse and the lack of communication that people seem to have. I'm very interested in the failure of interpersonal relationships. There is just so much conflict surrounding us on a daily basis.

Anonymous said...

Hello, my name's Anna, and this is my website;
I'm a botanical illustrator and artist.

Anonymous said...

Hello, my name's Anna, and I'm a botanical illustrator and artist. Here's my website;

Denise said...

Hi all, my name is Denise Jones Adler and my web site is http//
I'm an artist/photographer and I've been struggling with it for 15 years.
I'm a new comer to blogging but I am interested in the concept, it seems way too democratic for the art world. Thanks for contacting me.

Robert said...


Quiescent Landscape

My current work has been in response to the idea of landscape and translating it into a sculptural form. "Quiescent Landscape" was inspired by ancient Chinese carvings in jade. I took a very minimalist view of the landscape. Casting 3 small concrete pieces and mounting them on a large board or canvas. the largest piece being no more than 2.5" long. The piece itself becomes a meditation. One must approach the work and spend time on the intricate details to see the beauty. Much like the real world itself.

Anonymous said...


your paintings have such nice texture! really nice.

and balhatain, thanks!

sendboij said...

hey every one! im sendboij, i enjoy experimenting new things..
heres my photoblog:
my blogger:

Anonymous said...

Hey there,

This is such an amazing idea (as i've already told you on LJ). Seriously, way to create a thought-provoking art site!

My name's Syd, i'm a painter. i'm very interested in the marraige of Pop Art criticality and bizarre narrative a la Neo Raush. How's that for a split?

My personal website is:

i just got a myartspace gallery, but i'm not sure how to link to it; it's under the handle "sydney" and there are three galleries of mine.

i can't wait to see how this site grows.... And let me know what y'all think of my work.