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:devalifann: - FeatureIvan Alifan
Ivan's greatest passion is art, because "it allows the artist to create the impossible" Thus, he continues to create a world of possibilities. Each of Ivan's work, has a unique signature of eyevan. The eye represents the the concept of "beauty is in the eye of the beholder", where each individual has a different perception of beauty. "I hope my paintings have opened your eyes and change your look on life..." says Ivan.
"Owning a piece of art is beyond the physical canvas itself, but owning a piece of time."
Pandora by alifann
dobottom by SRudy
Surrealism on DeviantArtA small introduction:
Surrealism was an artistic movement, founded in Paris 1924 by André Breton. Dedicated to expressing the imagination as revealed in dreams – it's when artists create dreamlike paintings filled with familiar objects that have been changed in a weird way that you would not see in reality.
Sophia by anotherwandererAmnesia. by Cigaroh
Below the Rust by zancanI Need a Man to Love by alkor12
Modliszki by Yaro42Parthenogenesis by anubis
the fools rule the world new by gyurkafumes of greatness by danielramosruiz
dreams by dante-mkno title by grazapp
Crows and Ravens - Feature
Nevermore by fuses
Crow by creaturesfromel
Raven of dispersion by SRudyRaven by JoeyBee60
dobottom by SRudy
Christmas Muro Contest Winners!Hello friends!
We got awesome contest entries and we're very excited to announce the winners. However, Athos-of-Light and I would like to thank everyone for participating. You're all awesome and we wish you an amazing Christmas eve
And now It's time to announce the winner of the Christmas Muro Contest!
The first winner is! *drumroll*
Congratulation for Urus-28 for winning a 1 year dA premium membership + 1600 points!
And the second prize goes to
A glimpse into Baroque Art
Baroque is an art movement from the 17th century, that resulted from the religious wars of the Protestant Reformation and the Catholic Counter Reformation. Religious faith reached an emotional height and the intense feeling, which inspired both faiths, produced a rich expression in art.
The term baroque implies a certain roughness, and the stormy paintings and dramatic music of the Baroque period often possessed the rugged torment of emotion. The French used the word "Baroque" to mean "a painting in which the rules of proportion are not observed and everything is represented according to the artist's whim." In the 17th century, art was naturalistic rather than ideal, and emotional rather than rational-art of movement, vitality, and brilliant color. Subjects could be chosen from daily life, as well as antiquity and the Bible, and presented to
FriedDay Features #8: :devsylwiatelari:+FoodHello guys! This Friday I'm going to interview a very inspiring person, She's called Sylwia and she's also a fellow traditional art CV on DeviantART. I honestly think she's too awesome that I decided to interview her in order to deliver an idea of how amazing she is. Also, I'm featuring some awesome culinary and food photography deviations. I hope you love them, spread some love and get fat.
Who are you? And what do you do?
I'm Telari. I'm a Time Lady and I'm 903 years ol... oh, wait. I'm Telari, I'm human and a little bit younger than 903, officially. I'm an illustrator and a writer and I write about my illustrations, too. I'm bored most of the time, also when drawing or writing.
If you could say something too important to others who are reading, what would you tell?
Promoting your own creations is no vani
Halloween dA muro Contest Winners!Hello guys! Hope everyone had a spooky Halloween!
We got pretty interesting and beautiful entries in the halloween dA muro contest in the past 4 days. And now it's time to announce the winners!
I honestly had a hard time choosing the 2 winners, you all guys did a great job and thank you so much for participating in my halloween contest you rock!
The first winner is
medli20 Painted belle from Beauty and the Best with great details and colour palette! Such a beauty...
Congratulation medli20 for the 3 months dA premium membership
Spread some love for medli20!
The second winner is
November 2012 Traditional Art DD Round-upHello all,
As this month is coming to a close, I present you with November's Traditional Art DDs.
Features by deshrubber
Bodies of Attraction by Paul-Ashby YEARS...MANY by Ensomniac She Who Walks Among the Dead by seaspell Shiner II by agnello99 Turn Me to Gold in the Sunlight by VanadiumTaintedBeryl A523T618 THE LAST BEING by live-by-evil Cacophony On A Sunday Night by mssirpercy MEOW! by figuralia Blind Fate by SerenaVerdeArt chaos detail by Vojanik The Scapegoat by HisHalfElf Tooth of Saint Dearborne by heatherjeanskalwold Memories by andrianart Knightmare by revenant-99 CD Shard Dragon by Amon-a-boat
Features by SRaffa
The offering by bottled-mermaid :thumb332284252: :thumb253482186: - that which divides us - by JialingPan Your Suicide by linnyxito Fishermans Wife by scottmclachlan Cold hearted by Rowie-Ann Innocence is Bliss by puppeteer-for-kings Ghost Hunt by theonlybriman47 S.R.B.O.B.A.E.W.T.W.I. by Thegiunta -Coque- Cover by ODRE Mermaid by MaddieTSL Can You See Me? by Dew-Sama field by t-a-t-k-a Newland Street by markhosmer La Serenissima by darkzizanie Violet by jane-beata Koi by janjohanes Fairy Tale Heroines 3:5 by likeOMFGitsJONNY my wings by sinribbon Aphrodite, Adonis and the blood red Anemone by axellie Commission for Synchronizing by weewill :thumb33508
CR Newsletter Sept/Oct 2013 Director of Community Relations :iconmoonbeam13:
Table of Contents
2. Volunteer Openings in Community Relations
3. Community Projects
4. Official Contests
5. News from the Chats and Forums
6. News from the Galleries
Once upon a time, I was a volunteer, and speaking from experience, it can be a both blessing and a curse.
I believe that many current and former volunteers will agree with that sentiment and I feel it's important to explain a bit about why I believe this to be true.
Maybe you're not aware of the variety of ways people join the volunteer team. As per FAQ #85: Can I be a volunteer on deviantART? many people send in an application to express their interest in joining the team and I go through those applications and s
Traditionalists 02Welcome to our Traditionalists Article where we feature Traditional art news for the community by the community! These articles aim to promote, educate, and bring awareness to various events, projects and or deviants within the Traditional community. Anyone is welcome to add to future articles, please visit our group for further details on how to get involved.
Devynn Interviews AmandaDrage:
Bio: written by Devynn
Amanda Drage was born and lives in Northamptonshire, England. Amanda began her art career as an equine artist, drawing horses from a very young age. She has been on deviantART for eight years in which she rose to prominance among the equine art community, her attention for detail, varied mediums, and intimate style catching attention with every piece she posted. In recent years, she began to branch out from equine art, trying her hand at wildlife art, where she excelled. Today, she continues to balance w
CR Newsletter: September/October 2012 Director of Community Relations :iconmoonbeam13: :
Table of Contents
1. Miscellaneous vs Other
2. Attacking the Artist
3. Volunteer Openings in Community Relations
4. Community Projects
5. Official Contests
6 Project Educate 2011/2012
7. Art History Project
8. News from the Chats and Forums
9. News from the Galleries
1. Miscellaneous vs Other
Over the past few months, we've been diligently working on cleaning up the category tree of old and unused categories. While most of this will go unnoticed by the community, what you will notice is the change from "Miscellaneous" galleries to "Other". The reason for this change is simple. The concept of Miscellaneous leads one to believe that it's a junk drawer category for everything under the sun when the intention was to be an "Other" category for deviations that don't fit well in other sub-categories of the tree. We're also working on u
PE: Daily Deviations - The Myth and the LegendDaily Deviations, or DDs . . . for some deviants, receiving one is the epitome of awesomesauce in the deviantART world. For others, they are a nice way to show off the work of lesser-known artists. Still others treat them as a special way to bring attention to great art that exemplifies works being done by a particular gallery or community.
Perhaps because there are so many different ways of conceptualizing DDs, there are also many myths and misconceptions. I would like to address some of those myths by responding to the ones most frequently heard. Please note that these opinions are mine and reflect my experiences with the photomanipulation community, but perhaps they will be informative nevertheless.
Myth 1: DDs should always be perfect.
To many of us, the ideal Daily Deviation goes to an artist with amazing talent whose work draws you in and makes you think, "Wow, everyone needs to see this!" A DD should move you, inspire you, and provoke you to think, b
December 2012 Traditional UpdatesTraditionalists
Traditionalists is a new group aimed at giving the traditional art community their own unique voice by giving the traditionalists a place to gather, organize, and inform others with the help and guidance of the traditional Community Volunteer team. The idea behind this project was to open the channels of communication between the traditional community and the traditional CVs so that we can all work together and develop a main hub for all things traditional. If you haven't joined this group yet, we'd like to encourage you to do so.
Traditional Art DD Round-ups
October 2012 Traditional Art DD Round-up
November 2012 Traditional Art DD Round-up
Let it snow CO
Digital Art DD RoundUp - November 2012:iconthiefoworld:
Features by Thiefoworld
Cursed Temple of Goddess of night 3 by lathander1987 Escape the repetition by whiteflyinglizard
Marsh by Jon-Foster Kawaii Kitty Productions by emiliestabell Still Life by zaidoigres Cathedral Knight reworked by GoldenDaniel
COUNTDOWN by Number-toi Parallel Worlds by Avinna Rusty Dust by thunderbulletz Where is the White Rabbit? by zylanthe
Eden by goldcucco The Watchers by Yor-Art Pretty Purple Peaceful Butterfly by Enamorte psssst ... finished by Sami06
Autumn Lady by BGorilla healing flowers by ambientdream Dust by CBedford Moon Water by Katherine-Dae
Conquistador by Nigio Prince of Heron and Lady of Badal by ninejear
Features by Moonbeam13
Black Swan by AF-studios Game Over by Kala-A
DD Suggestions Guidelines
Send me the link or the thumbcode of the deviation you want to suggest via note.
I can only feature from the Digital Art categories
Pimps and Whoas - January 17, 2013Pimps
Official dA News
Holiday Card Project 2012 Wrap Up
Introducing Commissions on deviantART
Seniority Announcements January 2013
Site Update Commissions, deviantART Muro brushes
Apparel Collection Monster Talk
All "official" contests will begi
Seniority Announcements - December 2013
This article marks the latest additions to the dizzy height of Senior members in our community. With just over 1000 deviants holding the highly saught after Senior Member accolade -- it's clearly a moment that deserves recognition.
So what does it take to become a Senior? That's a question many have asked and have never really been able to get a straight answer on. Some have gained Seniority as a thank you for their time spent as a Volunteer, or to recognise their contribution to a particular project or collaborative action. Some have gained Seniority because of their community spirit, providing help and assistance to many other deviants and taking time out to promote the work of others in the community.
Some people have received Seniority because of their artistic endevours, having a positive influence on their peers by sharing resources, providing constructive criticism and by being a voice that stands out
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