Star Print Stationers and Artist’s Materials | Artist Of The Week

Thank you Star Print Stationers and Artist’s Materials for this amazing feature! http://www.starprint-twickenham.co.uk Star Print Stationers and Artist’s Materials ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ ARTIST OF THE WEEK – CRISTINA SCHEK ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ We were first introduced to Cristina by ‘Fern Boy’ ‘who’ had been selected by the London Borough of Richmond Upon Thames Council to grace the front cover…

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Camden Image Gallery | 12 – 15 June 2019

After last year’s very successful and fun participation in the Salon des Refusés: Exhibition of Artworks Refused from the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition brilliantly organised by Happenstance Gallery, when my work ‘Fern Boy’ was awarded first prize Salon des Refusés 2018 The People’s Vote, I’m delighted to take part in this amazing show once again at Camden Image Gallery.…

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Four Ambrotypes With A Surreal Twist

The Daguerreotype by Edgar Allan Poe THIS WORD is properly spelt Daguerréotype, and pronounced as if written Dagairraioteep. The inventor’s name is Daguerre, but the French usage requires an accent on the second e, in the formation of the compound term. The instrument itself must undoubtedly be regarded as the most important, and perhaps the…

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www.LeighPictureGallery.co.uk is now live! | Website Design

New website launched today! Congratulations to Leigh Warnick for his brave new gallery direction embracing Fine Arts and to local architect and brilliant artist Doina Moss, for the Gallery interior design. Very proud of this labour of love. Please, visit the website www.leighpicturegallery.co.uk and also have a look at the Artists section where I’m featuring as an…

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(Film/Mental) Editing = bestowing an order upon chaos

“A photograph is a secret about a secret. The more it tells you, the less you know.”

Diane Arbus

“When managing an on-line magazine, it is of the utmost importance to have good quality imaging services. We at Revista de suspans (Suspense Review) chose Cristina Schek for this task, the photo artist known as Cristofor. She delivered us photographic material for two issues so far, and we’ve been more than satisfied with the finished product. She understood perfectly the concepts we required photos for, she proved a great deal of imagination in dealing with light/shadow, color/absence-of-color in the photographic material we commissioned her for. In fact, after her success with our first issue, we proposed her a separate portfolio for each new future issue.

Therefore we can recommend Cristina Schek, aka Cristofor, as a professional photographer. She is a real asset for any business; that is why we chose her as Suspense Review’s in-house photographer. We urge anyone to do the same. ”

Mircea Pricajan, Suspense Review Magazine