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Salazius
12-20-2015, 12:57 PM
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Salazius
12-20-2015, 12:57 PM
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Kiorionis
12-20-2015, 04:53 PM
Very nice! I especially like the fourth one, the little head/alembic.

Andro
12-20-2015, 06:01 PM
Very nice!

What did you use to create those drawings?

Dendritic Xylem
12-20-2015, 11:21 PM
Thanks for sharing Salazius!

Ghislain
12-21-2015, 07:48 AM
If there was a "like" button here my finger would not be off it.

Lovely :)

Ghislain

thoth
12-22-2015, 12:44 AM
Very nice

Salazius
12-22-2015, 12:04 PM
Thanks a lot guys, it cheers me up :) Really.

I use a samsung tablet with pencil, and a free app called "Sketchbook".

zoas23
12-26-2015, 08:48 AM
I absolutely admiire your ways of creating art!!!!!

It is VERY complicated to be simple!!!!

I am also quite proud of being, as far as I know, the first person to organize an Art exhibition that featured works by you (even if they were not drawings in that case).
Not exactly proud of being the organizer, but mostly happy of having convinced you that your works, beyond the "value" they have as "alchemy", also have a "value" as "Art".

The relationship between alchemy and art is a fascinating subject to me.

In my own case, participating in a forum where you also participate is something that I can only describe as a privilege. Thank you for your Art, thank you for existing!

Awani
12-26-2015, 02:38 PM
Good work!


I am also quite proud of being, as far as I know, the first person to organize an Art exhibition that featured works by you...

See: salonarcano.com.ar/contenidos/plastica/salazius (http://salonarcano.com.ar/contenidos/plastica/salazius/index2.html)

:cool:

Salazius
12-26-2015, 06:07 PM
I absolutely admiire your ways of creating art!!!!!

It is VERY complicated to be simple!!!!

I am also quite proud of being, as far as I know, the first person to organize an Art exhibition that featured works by you (even if they were not drawings in that case).
Not exactly proud of being the organizer, but mostly happy of having convinced you that your works, beyond the "value" they have as "alchemy", also have a "value" as "Art".

The relationship between alchemy and art is a fascinating subject to me.

In my own case, participating in a forum where you also participate is something that I can only describe as a privilege. Thank you for your Art, thank you for existing!

WOW, amazing post, so much compliments going right to my heart Zoas. Thanks a lot, really.
It is a weird feeling to see that people enjoy your drawings or photographies and see it as art, it is a whole dimension very hard to define and explain. It was an absolute joy to be exposed in Buenos Aires.

zoas23
12-27-2015, 01:42 AM
I like your ways because of a lot of things.

I like it that you do not try to emulate anyone else (i.e, I love the art of Austin Spare, but I am sick to death of seeing people making Automatic Drawings "in the style of Austin Spare"... I don't see more worth in that practice than in an Elvis impersonator, some of them can sing as good as Elvis, but they are clearly not Elvis and would probably be more interesting if they were not trying to be somebody else).

I also love the idea that you probably do not try to present yourself as a gifted artist... and probably you aren't sure if you are one (yes, you are one).

And also the fact that you do not try to follow any of the current trends or "fashions" that the galleries or museums are imposing.

Paraphrasing and transmuting a famous poem:

I saw the best artists of my generation destroyed by galleries, painting hysterical naked,
dragging themselves through the imposed trends at the museums, looking
for what the curators want,
angelheaded hipsters burning for the ancient heavenly
connection to the starry fame even if such thing destroys the only purpose that art has.

When art is created following a trend, it gets OLD and worthless in some 5 years... when art is created with the heart, it has the chance of becoming eternal.

We all love the engravings by Maier, the diagrams by Ripley, etc... they are eternal.

I am sure that nobody will give a damn about Alex Grey in 300 years (I beg the Alex Grey enthusiasts to pardon me!!!!!)... but what you do, I think it has the chance of becoming a "classic" that may have the fortune of passing the test of TIME.

O.K... no more compliments, none of us is sure about what to do with them when we receive them (we simply blush and feel a bit uneasy, but that's good anyway).

Kiorionis
12-27-2015, 02:46 AM
When art is created following a trend, it gets OLD and worthless in some 5 years... when art is created with the heart, it has the chance of becoming eternal.

Good post!

Salazius
12-27-2015, 12:20 PM
My mother painted, my grand pa painted, my grand mother painted, maybe it is in the blood, but I don't at all, consider myself as an artist, or even gifted artist. I don't even try to be one, or even to be an artist at all. I don't draw enough in order to develop this skill and I guess it is visible in my sketches.

Although I thank you very much of all these very positives vibes you send me. I take them all, wholeheartedly.

Peter Barnes
12-27-2015, 02:22 PM
me gusta mucho, is that right? Mi piace molto? Or I like it, I like it!!!!
Art was the only subject that I got A's at every school report and yet I didn't think I was good enough, it reminds me of my art, childish/childlike and not perfect and yet this is what art should be (or shall I say the art that I like), very similar to my stuff but I never draw or paint I'd love to but havent for 30yrs since I left school but it never leaves you, welldone, I need to use a tablet and have a go, Bravo!!!

zoas23
12-28-2015, 07:35 AM
My mother painted, my grand pa painted, my grand mother painted, maybe it is in the blood, but I don't at all, consider myself as an artist, or even gifted artist. I don't even try to be one, or even to be an artist at all. I don't draw enough in order to develop this skill and I guess it is visible in my sketches.

Although I thank you very much of all these very positives vibes you send me. I take them all, wholeheartedly.

The nicest thing about having created the Salón Arcano is that 75% of the Artists who are shown there said exactly the same thing:
"You want to exhibit my stuff??? But I am not an artist... I simply do these things for myself, and I don't even think I am good".

It is in this 75% of Artists who ignore that they are Artists is probably where I found the most authentic and valuable art.

I believe, feel or know that there is a non-coordinated "movement" of artists following unique styles who are currently creating "art for themselves" and do not consider themselves to be "artists"... The only relationship between them is that their art is the natural expression of their experiences with different branches of Hermeticism.

What this "movement" is creating (I am including you here) is probably the most interesting art that has been created in the last 100 years. Of course, the word "movement" is only symbolic, since there's isn't a coordinated avant-garde or even the wish of following certain common ideas or styles.

My experience at the photo exhibition of Buenos Aires made it obvious: it featured "professional" photographers who were asked to investigate Hermeticism and create something.... and amateur photographers who had in most cases a rudimentary knowledge of technical photography, but a lifetime of experience with Hermeticism... with no exception the audience gathered around the photos of those who were not the "best technical photographers", but had an interesting point of view about Hermeticism.

Nibiru
12-31-2015, 07:10 PM
Nice!