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Спешим обрадовать Вас тем, что 12 декабря в 20.00 состоится бесплатное, ознакомительное занятие по живописи у-син, оно посвящено живописи сливы Мэй. Преподаёт Андрей Щербаков.
Записаться на занятие можно здесь: http://risuy.info/archives/2510
С этого занятия начинается новая он-лайн эра в жизни нашей школы, поскольку оно задумано как знакомство перед первым онлайн курсом по живописи у-син. Очень скоро пространство станет не помехой для желающих изучать живопись У-Син, и теперь первую ступень живописи У-Син Вы сможете пройти онлайн. Вести онлайн занятия будет так же, Андрей Щербаков. Обучение онлайн сделает живопись У-Син демократичнее, ведь курс первой ступени из 8-и занятий онлайн Вы сможете пройти за 3900р. Онлайн обучение живописи у-син спланировано, как совместный проект нашей школы живописи и онлайн школы живописи "Рисуй", на сайте которой Вы и сможете записаться на онлайн занятие.
Старт нашему сотрудничеству дало недавнее интервью Андрея Щербакова,одному из руководителей этого проекта. Интервью называется "предназначение и творчество" и может быть Вам интересно:
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Панда, самурай, кунфу панда, живопись у-син, у-син  


 Часто люди, изучающие живопись у-син просят нарисовать панду. И вот, Недавно после одного из уроков живописи у-син. Я позволил себе небольшое творческое хулиганство и нарисовал серию каррикатурных "кунфу пад" в стойках китайских и японских единоборств. Одна из картинок "Панда-самурай" - размещена выше. Остальные результаты этого творческого эксперимента вы найдёте здесь, на сайте школы китайской живописи и живописи у-син:
http://usinart.ru/kunfu-pandy-v-stile-u-sin/   
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Этот ролик демонстрирует примеры работ сделанные преподавателем живописи у-син Катериной Чёрной на дзен пленерах, которые она регулярно проводит по воскресеньям. 


Катерина - чудесный человек. Мы с ней повстречались 2 года назад в бот саду "аптекарскай огород", где сейчас проходит большинство пленеров Катерины. Тогда я сразу понял что передо мной будущий преподаватель живописи у-син. За плечами Катерины к тому времени был солидный опыт работы в дизайне и преподавании живописных техник. В отличии от меня она получила профессиональное высшее художественное образование. Кроме того она серьёзно интересуется вопросами духовного развития и прекрасно разбирается в различных эзотерических практиках. И вот уже как 1 год Катерина являтся преподавателем школы живописи у-син. 






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i see this sort of thing come up a lot - whats more important, imagination or thinking.
This distinction uses an intuitive "reality" that the hands, the head and the heart represent different domains. I think the question is wrong because its a category error, its like saying whats more important - your hand or your fingers.

I know there appears to be a over-representation of left brain effort the higher you go in education and at the same time theres also a growing recognition of something referred to as the creative economy.The dichotomy is problematic just as the current work practices, work relations and work conditions are - think of the classroom or any other workplace. The amount of work going on is in direct proportion to the creativity.

The distinction between creativity and real work is a destructive myth - it posits that creative people don't work hard and everyone else does. In fact, the opposite might be true (if i am to buy into that dichotomy) or more probably, the degree of intelligence present in any engagement with life is indicated by the degree of creativity employed - whether you are interested in looking at the work situation in terms of the relationship aspects (emotional intelligence), the manipulative and mechanical aspects or something else.

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One of the great advantages of doing art is that identifying with ones work is not a bad thing. I see people throwing their lives away for their companies, for their careers, friends now realising that what they have sacrificed was not worth what they got in return. I'm still trying to sell my soul for my work, but it seems my soul is not worth much. The diverse responsibilities of parenting and home making and community building draw my energies away from what I most desire - a life of solitude with brush and ink. It will happen, but not yet. I will be able to sacrifice everything in my work, but not after I've exhausted myself being a parent.

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I was shocked to read the following at deviantArt. On the one hand they put forward this public persona of representing the cutting edge of creative expression and then there is this:

"As deviantART prohibits the display of explicit or otherwise graphic sexual imagery and as we also prohibit this same content from being the subject of written submissions such as poetry, prose, or fan fiction (to name just a few), this subject matter is also considered to be inappropriate for the deviantART forums.

Forum threads which focus upon sexual subjects, which place undue emphasis upon genitalia or which graphically describe sexual acts in detail may be classified by the deviantART administration as inappropriate material and subjected to immediate closure without prior warning."

what a sham, its supposed to be an art site! makes me want to do a study of genitalia to see what they will do. Wondering who runs the site and why they would put out such rubbish. They've got an automatic censoring device that means a viewer has to be registered and to explicitly acknowledge that they want to see the "adult" stuff or whatever they call it -- let me check the settings.

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mumblings by the artist otherwise known as disgruntled

career objective: to work and to see it as art and to change the experience of work on a wider scale; to master chinese writing brush, calligraphy, the four gentlemen and improve the results of self expression through self-development.

summary: I am fascinated by the effects of different mental models on the nature of lived experience; some might say its attitude init' but the popular conception of attitude as a private space that is ones personal responsibility and obligation to turn to the common cause does not work (I will elaborate the problems below). What is of interest to me right now is the structure or design of work - both the inner design and the outer or environment of work; to what degree can or should work be conscious and how can elements or aspects of the work "place" be consciously turned to desireable ends.

The same tasks can be uplifting or degrading depending on the ideas associated and the nature of relationships involved.

some more background: I have extensive teaching experience and have worked as a government program manager (Australia and England) as well as operated my own consulting practice in organisational learning and development. Right now I am "home making" - looking after two young children and wife as well as the dwelling we inhabit and in my spare time make pictures, mostly with ink and paper and sculpt figures and faces. I live in Aesch, just outside of Basel Switzerland.

My current situation lets me ponder things, mostly the nuances of my ineffectiveness around the house, but also the nuances of social dislocation, personal dysfunction and disintegration that come with life amongst a crowd of expatriates; I think about how these come about and how they are mirrored on greater and smaller scales from the mess that is international relations; the struggle for agility within large organisations, the possibility of building a sense of shared vision and shared values and to form a communal sensibility in this mess as well as to get some sort of integrated spiritual state within myself and to achieve it consciously, i.e. an intelligent design or structure that is sustainable wince it seems that the accidental structures are self-destructive.

I ponder the relevance of human factors in the design of work places as well as the impact of relationships on the quality of work life. Just shift "work" place or "community" life for "family" place and life and the question seems  obvious, but in the workplace the question of happines seems to irrelevant.


I'll get back to these happy thoughts later.

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