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Featured Art Cherubim By TF McDonald Available On Fine Art America

June 15th, 2011

Featured Art Cherubim By TF McDonald Available On Fine Art America

Now available on Fine Art America
Featured N*des-of-the-Month from Barebrush Gallery in New York

“Cherubim” by BlindWolf Photographer, T. F. McDonald

T.F. McDonald says of the piece titled "Cherubim”

“This is part of a series of nudes emulating classical works of art. Here the "less than perfect" human form becomes more than shadows placed to show strategic body parts. This shows that the human form in its entirety, like any other miracle of nature, can simply become part of a greater composition. The piece is also intentionally filled with the ancient feminine symbol of the "V" further reinforcing the emulation of artists of the classical period.”

The feature was awarded in a juried selection by guest curator James Patrick Reid, artist and art lecturer

“The relations among the shapes, expressing the depth, the volumes and the life of the figures, impressed me with their strength.” 

Artist and art lecturer James Patrick Reid...

Featured Artwork By TF McDonald Available On Fine Art America

June 12th, 2011

Featured Artwork By TF McDonald Available On Fine Art America

For immediate release:

Now available on Fine Art America. Featured N*des-of-the-Month (March 6, 2011) from Barebrush Gallery in New York “Adonis and Aphrodite” by BlindWolf Photographer, T. F. McDonald

T.F. McDonald says of the piece titled “Adonis and Aphrodite”

“This is part of a series of nudes emulating classical works of art. Here I see strength hiding beauty. The male form with his strong definition is a sharp contrast to the female behind. Is he protecting her? Is she afraid and drawing strength from his shoulder or is she using it to hid an impish smile?”

The feature was awarded in a juried selection by guest curator David Masello, Art writer & editor

“Tell me a story. You needn’t give me all of the plot lines or even introduce me to all of the characters. But do tell me—indeed, show me—the most revealing detail. Each of the 31 artists I chose for the March calendar (from 109 artists who submitted work) reveal what I believe to...