Jessica McClanahan

Jessica McClanahan

I am Jessica McClanahan and I want to change the world with my art. I strive to better myself as an artist, and learn everything that I can possibly learn about art. Art is my passion and purpose for living. With my art I want to show people new ideas and perspectives they don't normally see. I want to show the beautiful and grotesque, and everything in between.

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Jessica McClanahan is now following Ali GULEC

Ali is an illustrator and designer based in Istanbul which he is mostly inspired by.
He makes illustrations for worldwide textile brands and many Turkish advertisement agencies.

This piece is called The Beast and has been featured in two separate at shows. The most notable being the "Sorrow & Rapture" exhibit that was in response to Lesley Dill’s “Faith & the Devil” exhibit.
This piece explores the concept of faith and how it is perceived. I was greatly inspired by the work of Lesley Dill and exploration of faith. I was also inspired by part of a quote from Dante, " The beasts running through the woods avid and quick, they set their teeth and tore limbs away."
In this piece the wolf personifies the Devil and how he tears away at your innocence/faith; the severed hind leg of a deer represents this innocence/faith. This piece's dual meaning is that if you let it, your own faith can consume and tear you apart.

This piece is called The Beast and has been featured in two separate at shows. The most notable being the "Sorrow & Rapture" exhibit that was in response to Lesley Dill’s “Faith & the Devil” exhibit.
This piece explores the concept of faith and how it is perceived. I was greatly inspired by the work of Lesley Dill and exploration of faith. I was also inspired by part of a quote from Dante, " The beasts running through the woods avid and quick, they set their teeth and tore limbs away."
In this piece the wolf personifies the Devil and how he tears away at your innocence/faith; the severed hind leg of a deer represents this innocence/faith. This piece's dual meaning is that if you let it, your own faith can consume and tear you apart.

I'm an industrial designer. Always look professional and passionate people learn from other disciplines to understand and learn from their way of seeing the world and thereby enrich their own eyes.

Image Composer and Photographer !
+ DIGITAL-ART / HUMOR / SURREALISM +

http://www.teddynash.de/

David Alberto Hernández Palmar (Wayuu) is a photographer, videomaker, program organizer and journalist. He has produced documentaries for broadcast in Europe for Deutsche Welle and Canal Arte and has worked collaboratively on documentaries on the Wayuu such as Dalia se va de Jepira (2006). He has participated twice in NMAI Native American Film + Video Festivals, as a co-director of the documentary Owners of the Water and as a discussant in the roundtable, “Mother Earth in Crisis.”

Hernández Palmar has independently curated indigenous film programs in Venezuela and abroad. In 2009 these included the Indigenous Film Showcase of Venezuela presented by the National Cinetheque Foundation and the first Indigenous Film Showcase in La Guajira, and in 2010 a selection of indigenous films for the Manuel Trujillo Duran Shorts Film Festival. In 2009 he also programmed an indigenous film showcase in Geneva for the International Labor Organization’s meeting of experts on indigenous peoples’ rights, and organized the opening night in Barcelona for the circulating Indigenous Film Showcase: El Universo Audiovisual de los Pueblos Indígenas.

As a photographer, Hernández Palmar has participated in diverse exhibitions, receiving in 2007 the Premio Sebastián Garrido Award for Photography at the III Bienal Nacional de Artes Plásticas of Puerto La Cruz, Venezuela for his series “Iconocomunicantes,” and in 2010 he was distinguished with an Honorable Mention for his photo essay “Wayuu Life: a View From Within” by National Geographic’s All Roads Photography Awards. He was a panelist in a session of the 2010 Res Artis conference “The Americas: Independent Artistic Practices in the Era of Globalization.” In 2005 he co-founded the South American Art Company which won an IDEAS award for its innovative translation of indigenous art forms into Western fashion.

He studied journalism at the Universidad Rafael Belloso Chacín and photography at Escuela Julio Vengoechea in Maracaibo, Venezuela. He has been a guest researcher at the Anthropology Department of the University of Iowa, and is a member of the advisory boards of PeruVine/PeruDigital, the Ethnographic Digital Laboratory of the University of Central Florida and the International Ethnobotanical Association. Hernández-Palmar lives in Maracaibo, where he works as an independent reporter for several publications, including the Wayuu journal Wayuunaiki.

Jessica McClanahan is now following David Pinzer

For me everything began with the love for traveling and the wish to ban the unknown and fascinating - people, landscapes, situations - in pictures. Meanwhile I am a freelance photographer working in the fields of people and fashion as well as nature and urban/ urbex. Whats left is the love for strong composition and mostly decent colours. And I like the little strange, absurd and bizarre things for their beauty.

this is the river beside devils back bone cherry

Jessica McClanahan is now following kidoh

digital artist

Photographer based in London, UK.

KÜNSTLERISCHE BILDGESTALTUNG - ARTISTIC IMAGE DESIGN
Mygall - http://www.mygall.net/Hergl
Facebook - http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100001889714771
Zoonar - http://www.zoonar.de/profile/NorbertHergl
Artflake - http://www.artflakes.com/de/shop/hergl
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In this life I shall not be more true to a fixed style. Experimenting with different styles is just too much fun.


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Ich hoffe, ich kann unseren grauen Alltag etwas in Farbe versetzen.
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Irgendwann kommt in jedem Leben eines Künstlers der Moment, in dem er sich entscheiden muss: Möchte ich Kunst machen oder möchte ich Geld verdienen?
Möchte ich ein guter Künstler und ein schlechter Verkäufer sein, oder möchte ich ein guter Verkäufer und ein schlechter Künstler sein?
Die Alternative 50 % Künstler und 50 % Verkäufer würde lediglich einen halben Künstler bedeuten.

Jessica McClanahan is now following Joel Meiers

Geboren am 20.03.73 in Wiltz (L)

Jessica McClanahan is now following ltr

I'm Aurelien LTR Rakotomanga
born in Madagascar and I'm based in Luxembourg.
Visit my portfolio and drop me some words :
http://www.ltr-artwork.com
twitter :http://twitter.com/ltrtweet

Jessica McClanahan is now following Kayleigh Day

www.kayleighday.com
Kayleigh is an visual communicator and visual artist based in the UK. She specialises in illustration and hand drawn typography, using her illustration and graphic design skills to create creative illustrations and effective pieces of design. Kayleigh enjoys using handmade elements and traditional techniques throughout her work, also combining it with digital elements. As an emerging visual communicator she has been published in magazines and her work featured in numerous places online.