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Satire and Digital Painting (abstract automatism) by Ron Maubidea
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Speak To Me In Whispers. Séraphine to Joshua 2012 (detail)<br />Uploaded: August 18, 2013 Alexiss. Comment <br />Dean says: That was a way badass profile pic... awesome editing!<br />Alexiss: Thanky... a buddy from this small city out east made it <br /> Masques - La Séduction d’Eloise. Models: ikye and Regina Queens<br /><br />Location: New York 2011 The Passover Seder. Subtitle: There is always room for one more... is the latest installment to the gallery collection of Automatist Digital Sculptures<br /><br />The image of the Passover Seder (traditional dinner)... is a typical reflection of his deep love for Family Life and our modern Jewish heritage...<br /><br />Commentary by Suzanne Horowitz<br /><br />Cassandra Landau - Gallery Coordinator Charitable Scorn: The Queen. Social Facades: Ancient Mask Crafting. Subtitle: Antiquated Rituals Evil Clown Mask 2. Carnival Mask. Fading Light... series of digital images<br /><br /> Indiana. Lilly. I simply love Floating Aberration and the environmental abstracts… <br /><br />Please let me know when they become available, I must have them for my collection!<br /><br />Lilly... Utu Ezimoha. Subject Details: Utu (named after the Sumerian Sun God)<br />One of the main characters in, Afro-Centrica and the Fertile Crescent <br />(Origins and Beginnings)… a work of fiction by RM <br /><br />Chief of the Gill People<br />Location: Zambia Young Beth. One of the main characters in, Afro-Centrica and the Fertile Crescent <br />(Origins and Beginnings)… a work of fiction by RM<br /><br />Spectrazone Passport Photo<br />Location: Tangier Morocco<br /> Andrea Perry. Your colours tell the story of a shapeshifter on a journey of discovery... <br /><br />What I have grown to know about your style is a mystery of simple moments, captured in multi facets the eye has the pleasure of unfolding<br /><br />Makeup Artist - London Leonore. Just arrived in the Hundred Worlds of a proteiform artist...<br /><br />Paris, France Reclining Skeletal Smoker. Swamp People. Subtitle: Flowering Gulmohar in the Shallows<br /><br />Modèle: Lorraine, Florida USA Eve in the Garden. East Village Memoirs<br /><br />7th strEet collAge and gRaffiti seRies <br /><br />new york city 2004 Ivana. Re: Posturing at Fashion Week II<br /><br />I love love love the atmosphere of it, colors, contrasts and most of all the expression of her face... <br /><br />Confident, sexy, with a cigarette...very very chic!<br /><br />Zagreb, Croatia Ljk Ljlk. I love ang iyong trabaho... Ron, mangyaring bisitahin ang aking bansa!<br /><br />Location: Samar, Philippines Confronting the Serpent. Subtitle: In the Garden of Eden Knackende Eier für ein Omelett. Translation: Cracking Eggs for an Omelette<br /><br />The first installment in the Hunter Thompson, Peyote and Juarez Mexico collection of Automatist Digital Sculptures <br /><br />Cassandra Landau - Gallery Coordinator Odious the Misogynist: Gespräch zur Hand. Title: Talk to the Hand<br /><br />Subtitle: In Less Than Perfect Harmony <br /><br />I can only speak for myself when I say… women have always had a unique inner strength and depth, far beyond the capacity of most men. They have the ability to bring new life into the world and for the greater part, appear more adept at tolerating a partner’s indiscretions. <br /><br />Having said that, there are those men who nurture an irrational resentment… and take every opportunity to lessen the acceptable standard of “All things being equal” as a bridge for physical abuse and debasement. Odious is one such example… a pathetic reflection of social evolution and cultural adaptability . . . Ron Maubidea<br /><br /><br />Odious the Misogynist: His Thoughts and Quotes <br /><br />Transcriptions will include the following short stories… <br /><br />1- Worthlessness and Self-Infatuation <br /><br />2- Poised for Destruction <br /><br />3- Reflections: Part 1 <br />Stagnant Living and Public Lewdness<br /><br />4- Reflections: Part 2 <br />Delusion, Skullduggery and the Art of Social Depravity<br /><br />5- Alien Testicles In My Face (and other tales of personal revelation)<br /><br />6- Breaking Bad ~ Steaming Mad<br />The State of Moral Inactivity, Nausea and Emotional Impediment<br /><br />7- Embracing My Insignificance and Sexual Dysfunction <br /><br />8- Love On the Run: The Quantitative Principals of Tipping A Hooker <br /><br />9- My Addiction to Women of Low Self-esteem and Excessive Body Fat<br /><br />10- Euthanasia and Other Practical Solutions<br /><br />11- Intellectual Dwarfism and Shameless Bottom Feeding <br /><br />12- Physical Repulsion: The Ultimate Aphrodisiac and many more… <br /><br />To be continued...<br /><br />Cassandra Landau - Gallery Coordinator Voyer à la fenêtre ~ Kinbaku-bi. Translation: Voyeur at the Window ~ Kinbaku-bi <br /> Sabrina Grey. I love your writing style...<br /><br />Ron, I`m not sure if I mentioned this... but the work on your site is so... juicy! <br />I LOVE the use of colour and the explicit nature of some of the pieces.<br /><br />Bravo!<br /><br />Sabrina Grey ~ An Unconventional Lady who likes to take her clothes off and be appreciated for it. <br /> R. Pasinato. Thank you Ron… it’s beautiful<br /><br />Do you really know just how much I like your paintings =0 !!!<br />Re: The Garden at Berlanda Chateau <br /><br />The colours are always best part! The predominance of blue is what makes Floating Aberration my favourite. <br /><br />You always make some parts of your paintings very shiny, never the whole just parts so one has to look twice to catch the whole...<br /><br />Raja P. ~ Udine, Italy Beatriz Mendez. To my American friend... <br /><br />Thank you very much... kisses and kisses!!!<br /><br />Ferrol, Spain Nana Thurler. Very nice... very cool ~ love your work!<br /><br />La Neuveville, Switzerland Maryam O.. Your work is amazing… wonderful… lovely…<br /><br />M.Oloum: Graphic Artist ~ Poet <br /><br />USA - Tehran, Iran<br /> Chris A. Boyer. Ron... I love pictures like yours, no clear contoures and room for own phantasies......so beautiful<br /><br />Everytime you look at them, you find a new detail :-)<br /><br />Munich, Germany Nastya. Your work... it`s quite interesting and wonderful...<br /><br />Come and visit in Serbia=) Kika T.. Quote: Too Weird to Live ~ Too Rare to Die<br /><br />Enjoy the Christmas Tree... Lady Succubus and Trash Queen Muse. Merry Christmas from Australia Axelle B.. There is so much beauty here...<br /><br />Cheers!<br /><br />Rodez, France Posturing at Fashion Week II. Posturing: Rachel at Fashion Week. Guise of the Librarian. Langage figuré de Ketamine: Xarah Xavier (il était une fois) Hermaphrodite: Les premiers signes de vie. English Translation: Hermaphrodite - The First Signs of Life<br /><br />Les premiers signes de vie, is the sixth installment of automatist digital sculpture to be added to the Neoclassic collection of Abstract Automatism.<br /><br />The portrait was originally conceived in the summer of 2008, only 6 months after the artist began his experimentation with digital image manipulation. <br /><br />In a recent interview (to be viewed on Facebook) he was asked the question, How do you choose a theme or style to work with?<br /><br />Quote: For the greater part, I would have to say it chooses me. When I begin to work on a blank (digital) canvas, what generally materializes is an image that reflects the current mood. Because I don’t sketch or outline a specific image, the energy of the moment will dictate the direction in which the sculpture will ultimately be viewed. <br /><br />When the work is commissioned (usually a photograph), it is the elements in that image that determine the theme for the subject. Once that has been established, it becomes more about the mood which is reflected in the use of color and shading… <br /><br />Cassandra Landau – Gallery Coordinator Francine Wykowski: Front Street, Brooklyn Heights. Original Title: Ekaterina`s Nightmare ~ Halloween in the Ukraine<br /><br />Inspired by the Life and Artistry of Francine Wykowski<br /><br />Models: Francine Wykowski and Ekaterina Cynthia Crowe, NYC. Elizabeth Báthory: Silent Meditation on Vestigial Organisms. An intimate portrait of the infamous Hungarian Countess, Elizabeth Báthory. <br /><br />It was once thought that organs such as the tonsils and the appendix were useless “leftovers”, footprints of mans evolution. Current research has determined that that the small pouch which extends off the large intestine (the appendix) is particularly useful fighting infections as a result of exposure to certain types of radiation and other conditions. <br /><br />Charles Darwin put forth the theory; the appendix was used primarily to digest leaves and other vegetation in early primates. As man evolved, he has eaten fewer vegetables preferring a variety of meats. <br /><br />Consequently, the appendix (or vermiform appendix, also cecal appendix / vermix appendix) has grown considerably smaller to accommodate the increased size of our stomachs. Asleep at the Helm: Parasitic life form feeding through a portal. Subtitle: Disruption of the Perturbative overview in Quantum Mechanics<br /><br />Asleep at the Helm (Parasitic life form feeding through a portal) is the fourth installment to the Neoclassical collection of Automatist digital sculpture. <br /><br />It represents a complete departure of general subject themes and is the first in a new series of Futuristic renderings. <br /><br />Cassandra Landau – Gallery Coordinator Finger Painting: Un jour avec les enfants. Subtitle: L`aura in pastel Haitian Creole Pudding: happenstance and feathers. Haitian Creole Pudding: Happenstance and Feathers, is the newest addition to the gallery and unique to any in the collection. The painting is a series of stark black and white images peppered with soft coloured hues and crystalline highlights. <br /><br />The digital canvas is a mélange of abstract portraiture, contrasting the refined detail of the surrealistic backdrop. Mardi, a veteran to Haitian falconry and her bird Tuti are the figurative subjects depicted in the painting.<br /><br />Donna Berlanda – Publicist Judy Vendetta: ingurgitating the mask of social etiquette. Subtitle: Consuming the Blight of Human Decadence (Socialist view)<br /><br />Ingurgitating the Mask of Social Etiquette is an homage to Judy Vendetta, a fictional character skillfully portrayed by WKTV’s A.J. Canostrel. Often dark and moody, she appeared in weekly broadcasts spewing her unique style of horror and self-deprecating humor while picking her teeth with an 8` switchblade!<br /><br />An Italian American, she has toured extensively throughout the US and abroad since childhood with her family. The Canostrel`s were a professional Circus Troupe performing acrobatics, high-wire aerials and comedy. It was in this creative setting that she honed her skills as a hair and makeup artist, costume designer and performer. <br /><br />Ms. Canostrel came to New York in her early 20’s to study dance and drama, attending several notable schools. As an outlet for her artistic energies, she waited tables at local restaurants, started her own jewelry company, danced professionally and became an integral part of the production staff at WKTV (the weekly show). <br /><br />As a waitress it is often said, she left an indelible blight on NYC’s food service industry as the “infection for which there was no cure”<br /><br />Cassandra Landau - Gallery Coordinator Charlotte Corday 1793: Dreams of the Revolution ~ Virgin Death in Paris. The work was inspired by the 1967 film, Marat/Sade by Peter Brook. It was his extraordinary use of colour (the paint can vignettes) and makeup that for me, made this particular film so memorable. The acting was superb as was the lighting and overall production value.<br /><br />The image reflects Corday’s repugnance for the likes of the Marquis de Sade and Jean-Paul Marat, a radical journalist and proponent of a period known as The Reign of Terror. Beginning in September 1793 and ending in July 1794, as many as 40,000 people (enemies of the revolution) were executed or guillotined for which she held Marat directly responsible.<br /><br />In a dream, both the Marquis and Marat get their “just desserts” as they pleasure and feed from Charlotte’s derriere. Marie-Anne Charlotte de Corday d’Armont was found guilty for the stabbing death of Jean-Paul Marat and executed under the guillotine on 17 July 1793 in Paris, France. Human pheromones: nothingness in stark contrast. Subtitle: Utterly in the State of Being Rebarbative Coexistence: external fractures. Please note...<br /><br />The rough “unfinished look” of the image, is in part a Post Apocalyptic concept design and is not an error in printing… the physics of internal flux. Enigmatic Two-faced Swan. Entretien de la Reine: pharoh`s concubine. Subtitle: In Service to the Queen: pharoh`s concubine Acroupissement Modèle - Grenouille de Piaulement. Translation: Crouching Model - Peeping Frog<br /><br />Original Title <br />On the Farm: Dirty Gerty`s Menagerie - insert Hopelessly Committed. Beautifully Evil . . . Colleen Caffeine of Choking Susan the last laugh. résurrection du sphincter de explosion. Title: Resurrection of the Exploding Sphincter     Genre: automatism abstrait du moment Yuki: figurative realism. Cycle of Life: évolution simplifiée. Floating Aberration. genre: abstract automatism Audrey and Michael. Hi Ronnie… As you can see, not much has changed since college! <br /><br />I am currently a blonde – living single in Boca and considering a moderate career shift… any suggestions?<br /><br />When are you coming for a visit… <br /> Garibaldi: the Big Dog. Tribute <br /><br />Thank you for the many years of artistic support and friendship! <br /><br />An indispensible resource and colleague… <br /><br />Bad Boys For Life... Ron<br /><br /><br />Bad Boys: A film staring Will Smith and Martin Lawrence (1995) <br /><br />Synopsis: The story of an endearing friendship between two South Miami Detectives. A script rich in quotable phrases, many of which reflect a relationship dating back to their early childhood... Esprit Animal: blessing of the nutria. Desirae. Interesting to say the least! Mariska 09`. Hey Ron,<br /><br />I know you hate `stuffed animal pics` so I`m sending you this one Lol!<br /><br />I really like the Tormented Clown Puppet... another annoying relative? <br /><br />With love and respect, Mariska xoxoxo Anna. It was nice to finally meet you... AS Tokyo visitation.... Saoussane B. Beautiful... Branka Zidir. Woooow...<br /><br />Zagreb, Croatia Graffiti Wall. The best, Ekat    PS Ðàñöåëóéòå ìîåãî èøàêà - you still suck! Shadows. I like what I see...    Stephan D. To my favorite photographer…. I will be back in the states for Christmas and wish to work with you again. This is the recipe that you sent and it smells delicious, the apple dumplings remember?    Love, NS Vampyre Hickeys: Silvie and Trish redux. We LOVE IT!    Can’t remember the last time we looked so Globally Horrific!    Looks like we got hit with a Tsunami wave =) Le fétiche: botox mishap. The Fetish: botox mishap 2008 Brokeback Vespoidea: abandoned in croatia. What is Pop Art . . . <br /><br />Pop Art is an art movement that emerged in the 1950’s in both Great Britain and the United States. It challenged tradition by asserting that an artist`s use of the mass-produced visual commodities of popular culture is contiguous with the perspective of fine art. At times, Pop removes the material from its context and isolates the object or combines it with other objects for further exploration.<br /><br />The concept of Pop Art refers not as much to the art itself as to the attitudes which led to it…<br /><br />Pop Art employs aspects of mass culture such as advertising, comic books and mundane cultural objects. It is widely interpreted as a reaction to the ideas of abstract expressionism, as well as expanding on the concept. Due to its utilization of found objects and images it is similar to that of Dada... <br /> <br />Pop Art is aimed to employ images of popular culture as opposed to those of elitist art. It emphasizes the banal or kitschy elements of any given culture, most often through the use of irony. It is also associated with the artists` use of mechanical means of reproduction and/or rendering techniques.<br /> creepy things on your face. Ritual Mask: pharaohs` concubine.
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