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Entropy 37 by Bibire Entropy 37 by Bibire
From the series "Entropy"

March 2011
8.5x11 in
Acrylics, Ink, pencils, sgraffito on experimental photo
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:icondaxusx:
daxusx Featured By Owner Nov 17, 2012
Fantastic concept did you try figurative paiting some time?
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:iconbibire:
Bibire Featured By Owner Nov 17, 2012  Hobbyist
glad you like it.......i;m not interesting in figurative.....this is why cameras exist......i'm creating unseen, new stuff....
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milanglo Featured By Owner Sep 10, 2011
:). What to say that you haven't heard before regarding your work? I just love it.
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:iconbibire:
Bibire Featured By Owner Sep 10, 2011  Hobbyist
i'm so happy that you like my works....your art is also awesome, Milan...
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SLpImpressions Featured By Owner May 9, 2011
i cant help but see a wonderful sculptured work of artwear!
this would rock without the white outer border---with silver (large --but delicate) neckchain...and a lovely stone from the bottom.
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:iconbibire:
Bibire Featured By Owner May 9, 2011  Hobbyist
i like your imagination....for sure natural shapes can be mixed with man-made works, to get an awesome result...
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LucaRossiMartini Featured By Owner Apr 9, 2011
All the works of this series are fantastic! A wonderful technique!
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:iconbibire:
Bibire Featured By Owner Apr 9, 2011  Hobbyist
...honored for this observation...this series is a personal, probably original technique, a mixed integration of natural textures from our environment in an accessible piece of art...
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:iconlucarossimartini:
LucaRossiMartini Featured By Owner Apr 10, 2011
My great pleasure, is really original :)
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:iconbibire:
Bibire Featured By Owner Apr 10, 2011  Hobbyist
.....i got your point...that face, in E37, makes me laugh all the time i see it...funny...
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Pluto52 Featured By Owner Mar 28, 2011  Professional Traditional Artist
beautiful work,congrat...=D
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:iconbibire:
Bibire Featured By Owner Mar 28, 2011  Hobbyist
thx
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:iconpluto52:
Pluto52 Featured By Owner Apr 1, 2011  Professional Traditional Artist
….. Nice,love it…
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:iconevapolly:
EvaPolly Featured By Owner Mar 27, 2011
Wonderful synergy of natural textures and your pencil :rose:
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:iconbibire:
Bibire Featured By Owner Mar 27, 2011  Hobbyist
very appreciated, Eva...glad you like it
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EvaPolly Featured By Owner Mar 27, 2011
:hug:
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anitadunkl Featured By Owner Mar 26, 2011   Traditional Artist
This is something I always wanted to ask you: what does "experimental photo" mean? Okay, I think you paint on photo-paper, but why "experimental"? Apart from that, I love the painting! I see wood and it looks like it's disintegrating. A person is watching it from far away. These are my simple thoughts :D
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:iconbibire:
Bibire Featured By Owner Mar 26, 2011  Hobbyist
experimental coz is not a normal, ordinary photo...sometimes is out-of focus, or macro...things generally overseen by others...a dead tree in a woods...or a molded, destroyed wall or dead-rusted metal...most are details of found objects from odd places...the support actually is not a photo paper as we know it...is a thick stock card, matte, 110 lb (199gms/m2), probably the thickest paper accepted by a printer... and the mechanical means that i'm using are well accepted by this tick paper...try it, is amazing...as you see my results...
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anitadunkl Featured By Owner Mar 26, 2011   Traditional Artist
Thanks so much for your infos :-). I thought you use "real" photo paper.
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:iconbibire:
Bibire Featured By Owner Mar 26, 2011  Hobbyist
that's glossy, not as versatile as matte one...and photo paper is too thin, as i know...any question, i'll be happy to answer, of course, if i have the answer...i really appreciate your approach...have a nice day...
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kiukkukissa Featured By Owner Mar 26, 2011
Things slowly fading away, fading out, disintegrating into the grey... nothingness. Your Entropy series is really impressive.
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:iconbibire:
Bibire Featured By Owner Mar 26, 2011  Hobbyist
... interesting point of view....thanks for the comment...
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:iconleothefox:
leothefox Featured By Owner Mar 25, 2011   Artist
Thanks, Bibire!
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:iconbibire:
Bibire Featured By Owner Mar 26, 2011  Hobbyist
no problem, Leo...
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leothefox Featured By Owner Mar 26, 2011   Artist
:)
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XX-moo-XX Featured By Owner Mar 25, 2011
:heart:
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merpagigglesnort Featured By Owner Mar 25, 2011   Traditional Artist
this is the kind of abstract that really hits me in face...really powerful. i feel drawn to it. there is so much depth and complexity. i really like it when people feel comfortable with pure abstraction. that is always the way i want to paint. i have to say, i don't think i've yet come up with anything this sophisticated. brilliant job!
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:iconbibire:
Bibire Featured By Owner Mar 25, 2011  Hobbyist
...you have the gift, the touch to reveal the unseen...i'm so glad you feel drawn to it...not for everybody this escape toward abstract reality...or real abstraction...to visit my world no need for passport or special permit...only a subtle affinity to this slightly obscure terrain and the gate is opening....is remotely operated by an indifference sensor... welcome...
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merpagigglesnort Featured By Owner Mar 25, 2011   Traditional Artist
ooo! thank you, and i see you've been looking into my world a little. thank for that as well.

i am curious as to how old you are. the kind of work you're producing seems like that of a very mature person. you obviously have depth and complexity to yourself as well as your work, ha! but then how could we have one without the other? :)

i hope as i age, i will evolve to the point of creating something on the level you are exploring. i turn 40 next month, and i am feeling it. but some that is good. some is shitty--arthritis, hysterectomy a couple months ago, a grey hair or two...but some is good. i see very young artists and i can tell they have not lived yet. i have lived through so very very much, and i know my art doesn't begin to reflect that yet. i'm working on it though! i joined dA 5 months ago and have been producing 1-3 piece a day, every single day. i forced myself to slow down, meaning, spending more time on each piece and things started to get good. i can tell some of them are. i know know some of them aren't. hazards of proliferation! i've being creating art since i was a young child but it was always something on the edges of my life. now i've made it the center of my life. i'm finding that talent is nothing without effort.

i have no idea where that came from or what it has to do with, but there you go!

:heart:
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:iconbibire:
Bibire Featured By Owner Mar 25, 2011  Hobbyist
note...
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winterVinyl Featured By Owner Mar 25, 2011
Amazing as per usual :love:
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:iconbibire:
Bibire Featured By Owner Mar 25, 2011  Hobbyist
so kind of you....
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deltamue Featured By Owner Mar 25, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
the whole series is great.
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Bibire Featured By Owner Mar 25, 2011  Hobbyist
....and is growing...thank you so much for the comment...
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RedJoey1992 Featured By Owner Mar 25, 2011  Student General Artist
good
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