Silvino González Morales

Silvino González Morales

I'm a colombian photographer and designer my work is focused in find artistic pathways to melt traditional cultural roots with a global worldwide vision. Right now my goal is to experiment with mixtures between classical (analogic) and digital techniques of representation, capture and print of images; trying to find a personal way to express my vision and feelings about a lot of topics.

I'm looking for my place in a world over populated and full of communication media but also full of isolated persons in tiny places, meaningless works and lacking of big dreams beyond money or fame.

I try to reflect in my work my concerns about my role like a man and an artist in a process between traditions and preconceptions and more post modern perceptions about my self, my sexuality, my place and my future.

Between traditions, rituals, history and a little dose of nihilism and a hedonistic search I try to find equilibrium. Im a bipolar person, my work is a catharsis, and a declaration of pride about my condition; my art pieces try to talk about my country, our wars, our pain, our dreams, our cultural melting pot and our never ending search of happiness.

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Wort-Werkerin und Bild-Sucherin;
Quer-Denkerin und Ein-Fühlerin;
Wanderin und Träumerin
zwischen den Welten; zwischen hier und jetzt;
zwischen Tag und Nacht; zwischen Gestern und Morgen...

Meine Welt ist die Welt der Märchen und Mythen. Als freie Erzählerin und Autorin bewege ich mich im Reich der Phantasie.
Als Fotografin bin ich auf der visuellen Suche nach Grenzen und Übergängen, um das Unsichtbare und Ahnbare sichtbar zu machen und die Schleier zwischen Imagination und Wirklichkeit ein wenig zu lüften.

Publikationen:
"Wer küsst Rapunzels Schuh?" - Märchen als Lebensskript
"Picco - Ein Märchen"
"Märchen vom Grünen Fluss"
"Stille Nacht - Raue Nacht" - CD
alle erschienen im CreAstro-Verlag Wasserburg - www.creastro.de
weitere infos zu meiner Arbeit:
www.mythen-reich.de

Alle Rechte vorbehalten. Diese Bilder sind Eigentum von Ilona Picha-Höberth. Sie dürfen nicht kopiert, verändert, präsentiert, reproduziert, gedruckt, vervielfältigt oder projiziert werden. Jede Nutzung, ganz oder teilweise, ist ohne schriftliche Genehmigung der Künstlerin verboten.

All Rights Reserved. These materials are not public domain and may not be copied, altered, displayed, reproduced, printed, distributed, performed. Any usage, in whole or part, without written permission from the artist is strictly prohibited.

Digital sabatier, the images are captures of my own body seen as a surreal landscape.

Digital capture of my veli Jef, printed and copied, then transfered to b&w photographic paper. Mixed and draw over it with wax candle, crayons, glue, etc.

Several drownings in photographic fixer and developer trying to obtain tones.

Then scanned and melted with the original digital image.

Another of my acetone transfers to b&w photographic paper and then melted with the original image. Which is this one by the way: http://www.fotoblur.com/images/11638.

I feel the image even after the analogous post work keeps a sense of old glamour and beautiful decadence, I see my muse in this photo and think about absinthe, opium, french poetry and beautiful decadence.

Model the wonderful and missed Aleja Pardo.

As a part of the series of experimentations around the notion of photography like an index before than an icon or symbol.

Another of my acetone transfers to b&w photographic paper and then melted with the original image. Which is this one by the way: http://www.fotoblur.com/images/11638.

I feel the image even after the analogous post work keeps a sense of old glamour and beautiful decadence, I see my muse in this photo and think about absinthe, opium, french poetry and beautiful decadence.

Model the wonderful and missed Aleja Pardo.

As a part of the series of experimentations around the notion of photography like an index before than an icon or symbol.

Digital capture of my veli Jef, printed and copied, then transfered to b&w photographic paper. Mixed and draw over it with wax candle, crayons, glue, etc.

Several drownings in photographic fixer and developer trying to obtain tones.

Then scanned and melted with the original digital image.

Gum bichromate, original was made using a lith positive from a black and white negative.

Analogical photography in all its beautiful grandeur.

I love the texture the gum gives to the image making it something really touchable.

Fractals are something like the bass tone that runs below everything in the universe. The beauty in fractal art comes from the amalgam between math and nature, even a bit of uncertainty. My artwork is full of that, the approach of a visual artist to the magic of math and iterations.

Piece inspired in Gaudí's work.

I was born n 1979 in Gdansk, Poland and I'm currently working as a graphic designer. As a son of a painter and designer I had contact with art in many forms since the very young age. In 2007 I started using computer for drawing and mixing traditional outlines with digital backgrounds and colours, in 2009 I've befriended my own wacom intuos. I try to found inspirations in everyday life and people I meet. www.facebook.com/headless.illustration

Former advertising photographer...awards and all. I now design logos & create names for company, product or services...all for corporate or personal use as well as consult directly with clients about their brand/identity/domain name creation needs. Please visit my design studio http://www.identivos.com I also can create custom 'one of a kind' monograms for letterhead use & Ex Libris plates for your library books. My passion is creating designs that “sing” with color...along with subtle or overt meaning. When given the opportunity, I love utilizing neologisms and other name creating methods for brand/identity and logo use.

The images presented here are done primarily in the Mandala or Rose Window art styles. They're made exclusively with Adobe Illustrator CS5, a vector graphics program. These images are 'tack' sharp. Vector graphics are scalable, meaning they can be utilized at very small dimensions or in greatly enlarged proportions all without any diminution of quality. The artwork/designs presented here really look their best at the largest possible print sizes...some subtlety of color and detail is lost at small sizes. This is not a ploy to encourage large print sales...the designs simply look their best when printed in larger sizes.

There is a tremendous array of varied talent displayed on this site...it’s great to be associated with fellow artists that are passionate about their work and I salute them all!

Please respect my copyrighted work, Alan Bennington/Identivos Copyright 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011

If you have questions, requests, or an interest in any design, I can edit the colors & backgrounds to a great degree...this is one advantage of digital art.

I welcome and appreciate all comments and inquiries...please email me with specific questions or requests about fine art, logo/identity creation, monograms or Ex Libris plates. Thank you for viewing.

Inspired in my perception of the work of the colombian great architect Rogelio Salmona, in memoriam.

Mixture between earth and ancestral roots. I love fractals with background.

Lumen print, 24 hours of exposure under the sun and moon light.

A rose as negative over a sheet of black and white glossy photographic paper, then scanned and contrasted digitally.

Lumen prints are from the same family of photograms and rayograms but there's something beautiful and even spiritual when you use nature as a negative. Something even melancholic in these ghosts of nature's wonders.