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I am new to ArtMo and hope to take you with me into my world of equine art. To convey my passion and deep admiration for the being that is the horse. The enormous history we have with horses and (See more) the deep connection that is felt with this animal by so many people all over the world.

See the horse through my eyes and find your own story with the individual characters I portray. I hope you will connect with the beauty, the characters, and emotion in my work.

Have a great day, you are welcome to follow me at any time.

Sincerely,

Mirelle Vegers Equine Art
The Netherlands
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To all my friends!! To all printmaking lovers!!
Here is a video of how I print my new four colour etching "Birth of Desire", using two aluminium plates! 😊 🙌 🎨
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(Many thanks, to @kosmas.kokkaris for the (See more) beautiful video 🌹)

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"The Consequence Of Zero"

The representation of nothing is the problem of representation itself: how can one create a representation that’s true to its model? Or let’s be dramatic: how can one represent absence? The concept of zero is not an (See more) obvious one. After most ancient cultures used a blank digit to signify it, the modern form of zero appeared in 976 when Muhammad ibn Ahmad al-Khwarizmi advised to use a circle when no number appeared. Little did he know that about 300 years before his time the same idea was used in China by Empress Wu’s court as part of promulgating the empress’s own characters, symbolizing her eternal power. An empty circle (〇) was used as the character for “stars”, elegantly encircling space to make those bright spots of the Universe visible. After the Zhou dynasty, 〇 became the representation of zero, referring to the Universe rather than to the stars. As the Universe ends where our knowledge of it ends, 〇 is that border between finite and infinite – something and nothing. Zero, then, is that “non-representable” that’s outside of our knowledge; zero is not what’s inside of the circle but what’s outside of it.

Unique Edition | Shanghai | 2019

136 x 136 cm

Chinese ink and acrylic painting on canvas, teakwood frame

https://island6.org/theconsequenceofzero

Available. To make this one-of-kind artwork part of your collection today, contact iris@island6.org!
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