Rough winds do shake the darling buds of May as this issue reaches your hands, and summer approaches only to pass by shortly. This issue of Art Si Magazine is dedicated to the art of nature and the innate nature of mankind to represent art in a form that clearly is a return to nature. Capturing the attention of fine art lovers and gradually winning the hearts of thousands of readers around the world. The May-June 2011 issue of Art Si features yet another collection of scintillating fine art work by both emerging and renowned artists. The editorial board of Art Si has, once again, done a splendid job to print a glossy, colorful, and sensuous magazine that entices, and seduces the casual viewer. Do not miss this stimulating May-June issue of Art Si portraying masterpieces by eminent painters, photographers and sculptors.
Conformity is the dictate of rules and breaking it sometimes bring about extraordinary results. Get introduced to Jim Fredlund of Casablanca Lightwerks who actually spent years pursuing nonhuman sceneries. Predominantly self-taught, this veteran feels privileged to have taken some mentoring from pioneers in the field. One who has evolved with his own interpretations by giving meticulous attention to illumination, lighting is Jim’s main catalyst. Journey into the black and white and take a glance at this artist mastery of the camera by sensuously highlighting the curves in this presentation.
Watch the works of differing expressions in art, Mark Yale Harris wants the images in his mind transformed into a solid form. This artist spent a childhood immersed in art. Mark has a gift of carving human drama into the figures he created. He feels that art has seduced him like a lover who sprayed an irresistible potion that got him enchanted. This is the reason why the forms may be silent, yet they speak of emotions. It is amazing how these inanimate objects were transformed to structures with feelings. Each sculpture has irregularities that make an onlooker ponder about the purpose and the meaning of the sophisticated artwork, sculpted from glittering bronze and marble, symbolizing the need for love and peace of human beings.
What would be the most attractive part of a female’ body? The simple and seductive navel on the model in focal attention, Miranda Winn, by using feathers and pebbles around these mysterious locations, and creating manifestations of art and nature. Miranda is guided by the spirit of a stallion, free and bare. No wonder she loves to explore the outdoors galloping and projects a long term affair with horses. Having the air of unrestrained freedom, Miranda somewhat offers a most endearing ride through art form poses.
Delving deeper into the pages of Art Si. Meet Larry Hoth now at 70 years of age, he has spent a lifetime looking for different ways to present beauty. The fire of freezing moments never let him go. Larry is self-taught. His classrooms had been museums where he observed and analyzed how different techniques were employed on nudity and how nudity became the vital factor in paintings.
Taking inspiration from Picasso and Braque, Yuroz states his ideas, thoughts, and his dreams through cubism. When it comes to the human body, the artist finds it impossible to create impressions of passion, emotion, beauty, and movement; Yuroz thus employs analytical geometry to project them.
Nature has created beautiful flowers and females; Robert WK Clark creatively merges beautiful flowers with sensuous curves of a female body in this special Flower Series issue using vivid imagination to adorn the female’s body. The May-June 2011 issue is one that appeals to both aesthetics and sensuality by exploring floral femininity. Flowers have the magical effect of elevating moods and spreading the beautiful state of being happy. Let the flowers bloom and have their colors radiate pleasant and enticing feelings. The flower series does just that where the flowers exude their beauty anywhere they are placed on the feminine form. Indeed the body is a wonderland and it can be turned into a beautiful flower garden, courtesy of Clark. A garden of beautiful flowers planted on the most wonderful and tender locations — bare and flowering — is an alluring way to see women and nature.
On another account, Aunia Kahn tells of the healing facet of art through synthesis of photography, painting, and collage. Childhood for Aunia was tough. One with inner struggles, she found herself different and that difference found art as an expression. Art provided Aunia with a guiding light and a purpose for living.
This May-June 2011 edition of Art Si is an experience of the senses. Relax, and enjoy these visual treats.