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God’s Creation - 2014

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“You may be God’s creation but in the end you’re only just what your reflection shows in the mirror.”

This is my contribution to the upcoming season 10 in 10 days as well as my comeback as an artist - the days of waiting and crashings are over and I finally can draw without interruptions. I just love my new Laptop!

If anyone wonders what the enochian word means - it’s supposed to mean God’s creation, just like the title, but I have no idea if that’s right I have no clue about the language and asked a dictionary that seemed to be trustworthy - I hope for the best.

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The Dark Photorealistic and Surreal world of Jeremy Geddes

Jeremy Geddes is a photo-realistic painter from Melbourne, Australia. He is widely known for the Cosmonaut series of paintings, and has illustrated for comic book covers, in collaboration with friend Ashley Wood. Geddes won the Spectrum Gold Award for his cover art for the comic, Doomed. His children’s picture book, The Mystery of Eilean Mor, was shortlisted for The Aurealis Awards, won The Crichton Award, and was named as one of CBC Notable Books in 2006

http://www.jeremygeddesart.com/index.html

http://hifructose.com/2012/10/22/jeremy-geddes-and-ashley-woods-opening-night-at-jonathan-levine-gallery/

http://jeremygeddesart.blogspot.co.uk/

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Ivan Hoo is an artist who was born and raised in Singapore. Ivan lives and breathes art. He has been constantly drawing since at young age. As a self taught artist,his style focusing on realistic portraits and still life drawings. Although Ivan would like to do more paintings in the future, his favorite mediums to work with are mainly dry mediums like pastel. He has been experimenting and studying anamorpic drawings and going further with his knowledge and technique using wood as his favourite canvas to draw on.

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Diego Gravinese was born in La Plata, Argentina in 1971. His work has been shown internationally over the past 15 years in New York, Paris, Madrid, Turin, Buenos Aires, Chicago, and Los Angeles. He worked with Ruth Benzacar and ZavaletaLab galleries in Buenos Aires and with DeChiara gallery in New York. He currently lives and works in Buenos Aires. 

Check out his flickr.com/people/godiex/

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