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  • Alice Lin – you and me – painting
  • Alice Lin – you and me – painting details
  • Alice Lin – you and me – painting details
  • Alice Lin – you and me – painting details
  • Alice Lin – you and me – Painting
  • Alice Lin – you and me – Painting details
  • Alice Lin – you and me – painting
  • Alice Lin – you and me – painting
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Beautiful art of Alice Lin

Beautiful art of Alice Lin. (China)

Alice Lin - you and me - Painting

Alice Lin – you and me – Painting

Alice Lin is a Beijing based illustrator, painter.
She started studying calligraphy, Chinese painting and classical poetry when she was a child. She likes to use the techniques and tools of Chinese painting to express herself. Her style is rich and full of details, integrating watercolor and Chinese techniques to express a unique, weird and fanciful whimsical. Highly detailed and revealing the universe of the mind. This new and fascinating wonderland of possible realities combines with the human figure enforcing emotions.

Material : Rice paper, water color, natural mineral pigment Technique..

  • revisited Romulus and Remus – Artist Liu Qiang – sculpture (China)
  • Romulus and Remus

Remus and Romulus revisited by artist Liu Qiang’s

Remus and Romulus revisited by artist Liu Qiang’s. (China)

revisited Romulus and Remus - Artist Liu Qiang - sculpture (China)

revisited Romulus and Remus – Artist Liu Qiang – sculpture (China)

Like a modern-day homage to the famous symbol of Rome, the statue of Remus and Romulus, artist Liu Qiang’s powerful sculpture entitled “29h59’59″ commands a powerful presence at China’s 798 Art District in Beijing. The exploitation of animals in modern agriculture and humanity’s perverse reliance on animals for food takes center stage in the riveting piece of art. We found the interpretation of a fellow Facebook fan, Joanna Lucas,  particularly interesting. She posted the photo with the following caption:

“This stunning sculpture by Liu Qiang is an accurate depiction of humanity’s use of, and utter dependence on other animals and, in particular, the savage and bizarre habit of consuming the breast milk from mothers of other species—milk that these mothers have produced for their own babies, babies that we forced them to become pregnant with only to kill shortly after birth so that we can take the bereft mother’s milk, milk that we drink as though we were the children that we murdered.”
(Source texte : freefromharm.org)

 

 


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