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WILLIAM FILLMORE

William Fillmore was raised in Fullerton, California. After earning his Bachelors in Business Administration in 2005, he pursued his desire for making art, earning his MFA in Sculpture in 2013, from Indian University, Bloomington, Indiana. Since graduating William has participated in numerous Artist in Residence programs, including The Banff Centre, Banff, Alberta, Canada, Core Clay Studios, Cincinnati, Ohio, Franconia Sculpture Park, Schafer, Minnesota, Campos De Gutierrez, Medellin, Colombia, Vermont Studio Center, Johnson, Vermont, and Arts Letters & Numbers, Averill Park, New York. William has had the great fortune to profess his passion for the studio arts for the last seven years as a professor of visual art at colleges and universities, from California, Indiana, North Carolina, and Upstate New York. William’s creative style and tastes are as eclectic and as varied as his curiosity. He takes great pleasure in questioning what is possible with material and ideas, while sarcastically poking fun at the perception of conscious meaningfulness amidst the ever-persistent entropic tide of time.


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MARVELOUS ART MAGAZINE

FEBRUARY 2021 ISSUE : 10

INTERVIEWS

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    Exclusive Interview with Pawel Pacholec

    • 3 hafta önce

     
    Exclusive Interview with
    Pawel Pacholec
    (Marvelous Art Magazine February Issue – 2021)
     
     

    Hello Dear Pawel Pacholec. Thank you for giving us the chance to Interview with you. Our first question is how the “Quarantine” affects your art?
     Actually I became more focused and explicit during the quarantine. For me it’s time to act and produce more and not to waste time as much as before. I’m more disciplined and I pay more attention to what is provided by artistic institutions or galleries. Things seem not to be the same as before so adaptation and reorganisation could be the key also in artistic practice and approach.
     
    Can you tell us a little bit about yourself and what drove you to choose art as a career?
    I was growing up with a pencil in my hand drawing many different things probably every day. Later I have attended additional artistic classes and my first artistic school. Art is my kind of language while not being a very good speaker. If I want to express something I usually take time and put it into a visual statement. Thankfully this language is so broad and has many different ways of expression that it is just a matter of patience to find its own path. All after all I like to think that art has chosen me.
     
    Which of your artworks are you most proud of?
    I like those artworks that are properly balanced which means they are not over exaggerated or missing in something. It takes a great focus and reflection to make elements work together. It’s a form of relationship on a paper where you decide whether you aim for compromise or trying to dominate some space. The worst scenario would be where there is not a clear vision so this kind of artworks I would say are not the most successful.
     
    Could you describe your normal day as an artist?
     
    I spend much time at the Academy of Fine Arts where I’m still studying. I like to show first and leave the place last. This is my second home or sometimes my only one metaphorically speaking. Each day I design something, either for my classes or my personal work. I read and search a lot for things that are helpful for developing my artistic and general knowledge. I also try as much as possible to make new contacts with galleries and curators to showcase my artworks.
     
    Can you give us a spoiler on what’s coming next for Pawel Pacholec?
    I’m looking for a method to combine my collage practice with different ways of artistic expression for example with painting, pencil drawing or ink. I have a strong academic experience so combining this with archive materials could bring some interesting results and dialogue based on contrast and difference. This could take my collages to the next level and manifest in a way that even I could not predict. It’s also necessary to stand even more with it’s own style and language of art.
     
     
     
    http://marvelousartgallery.com/
     

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    Exclusive Interview with Francesca Brivio

    • 3 hafta önce

     
    Exclusive Interview with
    Francesca Brivio
    (Marvelous Art Magazine January Issue – 2021)
     
     
    Hello Dear Francesca Brivio. Thank you for giving us the chance to Interview with you. Our first question is how the “Quarantine” affects your art?
    Hello and Thank You to support this great project.
     “Quarantine” had a big influence on my daily routine and It gave me the opportunity to refocus myself towards a new introspection.
    I haven’t realized yet how this period is affecting my art, I’m just in the middle of the process and I think a clear answer will only appear once I can reflect on the spectrum of my work. 
     
    Can you tell us a little bit about yourself and what drove you to choose art as a career?
    I come from Italy, I’ve learned how to paint at 8 years old, focusing in oil painting on canvas. I’m graduated at artistic high school and then I studied fashion design. After a period in London, as well as a few other experiences in the fashion industry, I began working in a new field that allowed me to travel. 
    I’m drawn to subjects such as portraits, the human bodies, animals, magical creatures, water and untouched landscapes.
     
     
    You mainly work with oil paints. Can you share a little bit about your creative process?
    My favorite medium is the oil color, dense and bright, which satisfies the senses. It slips under gestures, it follows the changes, it doesn’t dry immediately. It’s important to me to paint on fresh and wet colors. My approach is instinctive, I’m used to finish a piece in full immersion, letting the knives and brushes sliding along with the flowing of emotions. The developing process is driven by an irresistible energy. Even when the project is well planned, the result is always a surprise.
     
     
    What do you believe it means to be an artist and how did you start with your art
    adventure?
    Painting has a great therapeutical function for me, It is an intimate investigation and exploration which brings me questions and peace. I find interesting when my works are able to create a bridge with strangers, transcending any different background and language. The meaning is the connection through people, made by the resounding of emotions. The same image is reflected and transformed every time in a different story, becoming a charming deformation, a continuous collective creation.
     
     
     
    http://marvelousartgallery.com/
     

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    Exclusive Interview with Streetcar Desire

    • 3 hafta önce


    Exclusive Interview with
    Streetcar Desire
    (Marvelous Art Magazine February Issue – 2021)
     
     
    Hello Dear Streetcar Desire. Thank you for giving us the chance to Interview with you. Our first question is how the Quarantine” affects your art?
      I think everyone had their ups and downs during quarantine and these are certainly strange times. However, art was one of the aspects in my life that was positively influenced by it. I had more time to focus on myself, create and explore some concepts that otherwise I would not have had the time to.
    It also helped me put a lot of things into perspective, think about what I wanted to do and what really made me happy. So, amongst a pandemic and a series of fundamental social happenings, there were also some silver linings.
     
     
    Can you tell us a little bit about yourself and what drove you to choose art as a career?
     I have been drawing ever since I can remember. When I was four years old my mom used to teach me how to draw and since then it stuck with me. Sadly, it was not my career option until recently. Because of the stigma that surrounds art as a profession, my parents steered me away from making it my main career choice and despite me being regretful about it, it did have its benefits. Looking at the bigger picture, that actually served in some ways.
    I kept painting on the side because that felt like an extraordinary outlet for me. I had a desire and a drive to learn and get better at it. Eventually, I started getting more and more commission requests until I got hired as an illustrator for Welt von Beyond.
     The nature of the work there, slowly furthered the vision I had for my art and most importantly gave me an opportunity to grow and learn in a very beautiful and understanding environment. I actually have a lot of people to thank for giving me a handful of pushes into finally being confident enough to pursue art as a main choice and I feel grateful for them everyday.  
    Bring it back to the basics, what inspires you to create and what motivates you to keep creating?
    This sense of beauty and wanting to capture some ethereal feelings is what inspires me at the core I think. Beauty takes on many forms and can be found in very different dimensions, it is something all humans long for.
    But other than this, to be very honest, if I stopped painting I would feel really bad so that alone is enough reason to motivate me not to stop. There have been cases of some creative fatigue or ‘art block’ going on, but even in those times the fact that I am not painting hurts more than the fatigue itself, which will inevitably fade at some point.
     
    Can you tell us your artistic vision and what inspires you to work with your
    theme?
     My themes and my work are mostly born from and driven by pure sentiments, or just an unconsciousness I would say. Any explanation that I give for it would be theorized, like interpreting a dream. You can try to give it a meaning all you want but a dream is just pure symbolism in itself and not exactly rationalized.
    That being said, I have a few paintings, six to be more exact, which are part of a series called ‘The Young Martyr’ and they do have in fact a clear message. The artworks titled The Oracle, Rozafa, Salem, Magdalene, Rusalka, and Lilith belong to this series and the whole idea is meant to depict women throughout history and legends walking a fine line between suffering and empowerment and changing the ‘victim’ narrative into something larger.
    I do explore some dark themes in my art and I do that because I want to make people more comfortable with these hidden, melancholic or even tragic truths in the world and inside themselves too. There definitely is beauty in the darkness and I think most shy away or refuse to face it.
    Legends and mythology are a huge influence for me too. I like to go back and retell those old stories because I think in some way they are the original story of the humankind. The norms, the culture, the collective consciousness of any civilization stems from those stories and to this day we just retell them in different ways and styles. But, the core of us remains the same.
    I am greatly inspired by the old masters, classical paintings, baroque and gothic styles. Recently I have also  wanted to experiment with Art Nouveau too.
     
     
     
     
     
    Can you give us a spoiler on whats coming next for Streetcar Desire?
    I have a few projects in mind but nothing definite enough to share. The goal is of course to perfect my craft, experiment with some Art Nouveau too, as I mentioned, and to find a way to evoke more feeling in my audience. I want people to look at a painting a go like ‘oh I felt that’ or ‘oh the gave me a sudden wave of (insert emotion)’. So that is all for now! And I thank you for the great questions!
     
     
     
     
     

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    Exclusive Interview with Sorina Doiculescu

    • 3 hafta önce

    Exclusive Interview with
    Sorina Doiculescu
    (Marvelous Art Magazine February Issue – 2021)
    Hello Dear Sorina Doiculescu. Thank you for giving us the chance to Interview with you. Our first quesJon is how the “QuaranJne” affects your art?
     Although this passed year was harder for some people, personally for me was a posiJve year. It gave me more Jme to spend in my art studio and the outside garden with my partner working together in new ideas and projects, as of before we did not had this connecJon to much in art together. QuaranJne also taught me how to enjoy teaching others through digital communicaJon and media, overcoming any doubts of my talent or in my self.
    Can you tell us a liVle bit about yourself and what drove you to choose art as a career?
    I was born with talent, inheriJng from my uncle the desire to create and design since I was very young. I started to draw, paint and play with clay at 4 years old. By the Jme I was in school I was spending all my homework Jme wriJng poetry and drawing. I grow up with the need to learn more and do more in art, to have no boundaries. That is why I went to so many art schools along the years and learn a diversity of skills.                                                 So I believe art choose me!
    You mainly work with texJle. Can you share a liVle bit about your creaJve process?
    I am a thinker, so I tend to imagine and think lots most of my free Jme. Walking in nature, biking, taking a bath, reading a book they all make me imagine. My next step is draw a sketch and write my details what I want to create; a]er I usually go to my partner and spike the conversaJon regarding my idea to develop it more. Then the process of creaJng it finally concludes in gathering materials and deciding what colours I’m playing with. It takes more Jme then I anJcipate to finish the peace and the most important factor is to do it with love and desire to see the end result. 
    When it comes to the subject maVer of your work, what draws you to those themes?
    ConversaJon with anyone around me someJmes does a click in my brain and then a light bulb has a spark with an intent, a subject or an image. How I get to that final peace of art is another story all together. But my themes are the subject of imaginaJon created with popping colours from dreams and objects or life forms around us. That is why you can find in any of my art a form of paVern; they are in anything organic and non-organic, they love to surprise me with details when completed.
    Can you give us a spoiler on what’s coming next for Sorina Doiculescu?
    My sketchbook is full of new projects. As I already collected some material, I am looking forward to establishing a collecJon of new 3D art using wood and other mixed media supplies depicJng history, culture and spiritual life of naJve on the land people.

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    Exclusive Interview with frostklamm photog...

    • 3 hafta önce

    Hello Dear frostklamm. Thank you for giving us the chance to Interview with you. Our first question is how the “Quarantine” affects your art?
     Hello, Thanks for having me.
    The “Quarantine” of course has a huge impact on our daily lives, our habits, ways of living  etc. – and this period of time we are living in  is disturbing and threatening, no doubt about that. It is almost as  if the world as we knew it ceased to exist, right (?) –  it all came to an aprupt end.
    But I’d say it affects my art to a far lesser extent than it affects my daily ‘normal’ life. This probably depends on the fact that I‘ve always spent more time being out alone in nature than finding myself in a crowd of people – and in nature I seek and find my inspiration – and solace. And this ”habit” –  to be alone out in nature – is at the same time my way of creating – and that I can still practice without restrictions.
     
     
     
     
    What equipment is a must-have for you no matter where you are going to be working?
    Heart & Soul :)
     
     
     
     
    What professional photographers have influenced your work, and how do you incorporate their techniques into your photographs?
    Honestly I think, I’m probably more influenced by musicians than by photographers.
    Although, I’d say that Veleda Thorsson’s photographic  work in general and in specific the work she did for the band Agalloch inspired me over years - and still does.
    Also I could get lost in Iure Belegurschi’s epic landscape photography of Iceland.
    I’m not practicing strict  techniques of photography and am not looking for it  in the work of others. There is only one thing that in my opinion characterizes a good image: It should grab your soul– as good music does. It may work for one , not for an other – a piece of art will never work for everyone, and that is good – very good. That keeps variety alive.
     
    What drives your choice of subject matter?
     
    When I go out to take photographs, I rely on intuition. The mood I am in will take me to the right place. I’ll probably shoot many , very many photos in a short time. I won’t look them up at once. I’ll look them up later on when I’m in a relaxed mood and in some distance of time to the shooting. Some photos will catch my attention at once and in the best case, I won’t need to edit them at all – they will work the way I have shot them. Some others will only work at second sight. Those I’ll edit - using different ways of editing, ways I feel that may work.
     
     
    Can you give us a spoiler on what’s coming next for frostklamm photography?
    I’ll stay true to myself – true to my photography. Means,I’ll stick to nature and landscapes – I’m a nature child. I feel most comfortable with it. I’ll do black & white photography as well as color photography – as I used to do from the very beginning. I love both ways. I would never want to limit myself. Do not limit yourself to anything ever... :)
    And I’m also currently working on my first music project – that will be a part of my future creative work too.
     
     
     
     
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Marvelous Art Gallery is working for Online Art Gallery. The owner of the Gallery as an artist as well. Therefore she knows all the artist problems and the situations. This is why she want to start the gallery. She did do a lot of Exhibitions and Art Festivals in all around the world. And she is still continue to crate art same time.


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