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NEW ORLEANS STUDIO LIVE UPDATE 02/09/23

STATUS: We are closed through Friday due to rain. Next open shoot is Saturday night, but due to Mardi Gras parades in the area, you may find it difficult to get to the studio over the weekend.

MODELS: We are still doing "open studio" for male models interested in volunteering to become art. This means no interview is necessary. Text or message to confirm a slot. Tourists are especially encouraged to visit during the 2023 Mardi Gras season.

VISITORS: Tours of the studio are always available. Text or message if you'd like to see what was LITERALLY created from the ashes of Hurricane Ida.

(These updates are posted daily)

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Grey Cross Studios
1920 4th St, New Orleans , LA 70113
Email: gcsartno@aol.com
Twitter: @GreyCrossStudio
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Saturday, May 5, 2018

The Art of Dante


"Enigma"

Artist: Dante
Twitter: @magemancer
Specs: Materials Used to Create Art Piece The traditional aspects used ink, ballpoint pen, art markers. The digital aspects were done in MyPaint program
Artists Notes: Left and right hemisphere of the brain working together in unity to create evolution of physics and metaphysics from the discovery of fire to electricity to the invention of block chain. This piece is not for sale.

Art reflects the complexities of the artists mind. I like to think that every piece of art in some way is a mirror of what the artist was going through when they created the piece. If we are in a troubled turbulent time in our career, the art will show it. If we are at peace and in a tranquil place, the art will in turn also be tranquil. This piece by artist Dante is layered with underlying messages that I can't help but feel reflects who he is and where he is at in the world. Madness often makes for the greatest art, even if the artist is controlled outwardly, an inner madness can often be the most enlightening. We look forward to seeing more art from Dante and trying to grasp the inner struggles revealed in his work. ~G~ 



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