Arte – Anita Monastero: Petali di poesia

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Anita Monastero – Petali di Poesia

 L’intimità di versi che fuoriescono dall’anima, avvolti nell’atmosfera di un inverno un po’ strano, sdrammatizzano il tempo con pensieri positivi e così si riversano su tela mille petali che riaffiorano da ogni angolo riversandosi in uno squarcio di mare turchese, divenendo così petali di poesia.

Anita Monastero in Arte  è valente scrittrice e pittrice italiana, nata a Torre del Greco (NA) l’8 maggio del 1966.
Nel settembre 2013 viene pubblicato il suo primo libro: “Le mille note” edito da Universitalia.
Negli anni a seguire, partecipa ad una serie di concorsi di poesia, ricevendo diversi premi importanti, tra cui menzioni di merito per la partecipazione al premio Merini dell’accademia dei bronzi. Le sue opere sono state inserite nelle antologie correlate.
Nel maggio 2016 viene pubblicato il suo secondo libro di poesie dal titolo “Profondo Blu” della Irda edizioni.

La passione per la pittura è da sempre stato il suo rifugio, la sua “Isola solitaria”. Cresciuta con l’intenzione di cambiare i colori del mondo, impara a gestire le sue emozioni trasmettendole su tela attraverso forme e colori ricchi di magia pura ed originale.
Scoperta dalla scrittrice e poetessa Victoria Dragone, che l’accoglie dedicandole un paragrafo dal titolo “Il tocco del Soffione”, nel suo ultimo libro “L’anima del dipinto”.
Nel 2017 partecipa con alcune opere ad Arte in fiera, evento culturale ed artistico a cadenza biennale che si svolge nella città di Scandiano, ricevendo un buon riscontro dal pubblico. Il Dott. Franco Bulfarini, critico d’arte e coordinatore dell’evento, la elogia dedicandole una critica.
Nel dicembre 2017 diventa membro dell’associazione culturale “Artisti di Bottega”, che opera prevalentemente il Emilia Romagna. Ritorna ad Arte in fiera anche nel 2019 questa volta con una mostra personale. Qui viene elogiata non solo dal pubblico, ma da tanti artisti fra cui Graziano Gennaro, anche organizzatore di eventi, che rimane affascinato dalla sua proposta pittorica ritenendola fortemente espressiva ed innovativa. Molto impegnata su tanti fronti Anita non produce tante opere, ritenendo che quello che conta è esprimere se stessa nelle proprie visioni e mantenere vivo il dialogo con la fantasia seguendo gli stati d’animo del momento.

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English:

 The intimacy of the verses that come out of the soul, wrapped in the atmosphere of a somewhat strange winter, play down time with positive thoughts and so a thousand petals are poured onto the canvas that resurface from every corner pouring into a gash of turquoise sea, thus becoming petals of poetry.

Anita Monastero in Arte is a talented Italian writer and painter, born in Torre del Greco (NA) on May 8, 1966.
In September 2013, her first book was published: “The thousand notes” published by Universitalia.
In the following years, he participated in a series of poetry competitions, receiving several important prizes, including merit mentions for participation in the Merini prize of the bronzes academy. His works have been included in related anthologies.
In May 2016 his second book of poems entitled “Profondo Blu” by Irda editions was published.

The passion for painting has always been his refuge, his “lonely island”. Raised with the intention of changing the colors of the world, she learns to manage her emotions by transmitting them on canvas through shapes and colors rich in pure and original magic.
Discovered by the writer and poet Victoria Dragone, who welcomes it by dedicating a paragraph entitled “The Touch of the Head” in her latest book “The soul of the painting”.
In 2017 he participated with some works in Arte in Fiera, a biennial cultural and artistic event that takes place in the city of Scandiano, receiving good feedback from the public. Dr. Franco Bulfarini, art critic and coordinator of the event, praises her by dedicating a criticism to her.
In December 2017 he became a member of the cultural association “Artisti di Bottega”, which operates mainly in Emilia Romagna. He returns to Arte at the fair again in 2019 this time with a personal exhibition. Here she is praised not only by the public, but by many artists including Graziano Gennaro, also an event organizer, who is fascinated by his pictorial proposal, considering it highly expressive and innovative. Very busy on many fronts, Anita does not produce many works, believing that what matters is to express herself in her visions and keep the dialogue with the imagination alive by following the moods of the moment.

If you have any questions about the artist, please leave a message in the comments section.

Nathan Mundraby: Midin Art Collection

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by Nathan Mundraby

Dubai Exhibition 2017

Midin Modern Art

Nathan Mundraby

Nathan Mundraby

From the Midin Art Collection, you can now buy some pieces of art by Nathan Mundraby aboriginal modern artist.

He has performed in the Hugh Jackman show, from Broadway to Oz and will exhibit his paintings in Dubai in july 2017. It is highly recommended to visit his exhibition to see his one and only artworks in person.

Among the Midin art collection works, there are The freshwater Bird dreaming, the Billabond dreaming both on sale for 50.000 Aud, didgeridoos (150$) and boomerangs (120$).

Every piece, is exclusive and you will read it on its own certificate. In case of purchase, only you have that piece of the collection, a unique artwork of Mr Mundraby.

For more information please write to: redazione.ibkoala@yahoo.it

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Mathan Mundraby

Nathan Mundraby

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Nathan Mundraby is a descendant of Jabulum Mandingalbay Clan – Yidinji Rainforest People and Lama Lama Tribe – Thaypan Country (Weipa South). He is also recognised and allowed to claim ownership to the Djirrbal Tribe – Ravenshoe/Upper Tully. Nathan is a 7th generation descendant of a proud Mandingalbay woman and Tablelands Yidinji/Djirrbal man. Nathan has the Djirrbal Indigenous given name of Midin (possum) given by his father’s mother – Dowiti Yarrakali. His Yidinji tribal name is Yabulam (black cane). He was named after a great tribal elder of generations past. Nathan was taught by his grandparents, parents and Aboriginal Elders of the ways of his ‘people’ through stories, dancing and art.

What the artist says about himself

My name is Nathan Mundraby. I am an artist and a didgeridoo player. I have performed with Hugh Jackman and have been travelling the world for my art. 

If I can do it, so can you. Don’t give up just because you have a knock back. Look for positive people and trust in yourself. 

Nathan Mundraby

You can visit Nathan Mundraby’s facebook page, however I would recommend to take the opportunity to see his artworks in person, to understand why his paintings are so unique.

 

Nomad two worlds foundation

 

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Nathan Mundraby, Clifton Bieundurry, Donna Karan, Hugh Jackman, and Russell James

Nathan Mundraby, Clifton Bieundurry, Donna Karan, Hugh Jackman, and Russell James

“Please come sit. There’s plenty of room around this campfire.” — Hugh Jackman

The Nomad Two Worlds Foundation has supported a number of initiatives and individual artists since its founding. Examples of the our funded programs and the artists we support include:

Kiyus’ismon hilKuhku at the Chumash Indian Museum

The Nomad Two Worlds Foundation provided funds to the Chumash Indian Museum in Thousand Oaks, California, for sponsorship of the Kiyus’ismon hilKuhku (“We Gather the People”) event.  Kiyus’ismon hilKuhku was an opportunity for Chumash representatives to promote and market their art and craft at the Sixth Annual Tribal Gathering. The event was designed to expand the public’s exposure not only to Chumash culture, but to other Californian and North American tribes and to their traditions and art forms. It also facilitated intra- and inter-tribal communication and artistic collaboration. The Tribal Gathering, which hosts an arts market, is the most important arts-based Native American cultural sharing event of the calendar year. It is an interactive endeavor between native communities, artists, and the public, incorporating storytelling, dance, and music through instructional sessions.

Jamie Okuma

The Nomad Two Worlds Foundation supported Shoshone Native American artist and fashion designer Jamie Okuma in her participation in Fashion Heat – a Native American Designer Fashion Show, produced by the Museum of Contemporary Native Arts (MOCNA) in Santa Fe. Fashion Heat celebrated and brought attention to a number of Native American artists who are integrating traditional art into fashion items.

Corey Webster aka Yung Nooky

The Nomad Two Worlds Foundation supported vocal artist Corey Webster through his participation in the American Repertory Theater internship program. During the program, Corey worked with sound designer Jonathan Dean during rehearsals and performances of Finding Neverland. In addition, Corey recorded a hip-hop track with celebrated rapper Taboo from the Black Eyed Peas, who himself claims Mexican-American and Shoshone heritage. Upon his return to Australia, Corey has mentored youth in music and is pursuing a career as a rapper and recording artist.

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One year -Fifty two weeks to awaken the senses

Author: Deborah Glover

Photographer: Alexandra Mann

Bellingen, NSW Affirmations Publishing House

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Make this year and beyond one to remember – a year to change your appreciation of life forever. Every moment can be made so much richer by simply taking time to enjoy the senses. One Year contains an abundance of ideas, one for each week of the year, to help you create sensual experiences in your life. With iPhone photography by stylist Alexandra Mann and filled with treasures from her home, this book will make a welcome addition to your home or a beautiful gift.