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The Liebestod in Bill Viola's video for Peter Seller's production of Tristan und Isolde originally for Opera Bastille in Paris.

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Stunning Cracked Light Sculpture by Paige Bradley is Now Available

Sculpture from Paige Bradley - Inner Light. Reminds me of Gods command to let our light shine before men.

Freed from a suspended balloon a fraction of a second earlier, water maintains a balloon-like shape for a fraction more—long enough for Serge Raymond to capture the moment in a picture featured in National Geographic's Daily Dozen in June. Looks like water elementalism.

A painting for the cover of the autumn issue of [url=http://www.thecoloredlens.com]The Colored Lens[/url], a speculative fiction magazine; Eleni Tsami

Red | Rosso | Rouge | Rojo | Rød | 赤 | Vermelho | Color | Colour | Texture | Form | Pattern | Design | photography

Image by Ali Ozgur | sad angel | angels | dark | wings | pouring rain | balloon | raining | dark looming clouds

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{Perspective}

(Open RP Needs a couple bullies and two best friends) I was walking when I was pushed into a lake by someone.....

The Crossing, 1996. Two-channel video and sound installation, continuous loop, 16 feet × 27 feet 6 inches × 57 feet (4.9 × 8.4 × 17.4 m). Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York Gift, The Bohen Foundation, 2000 2000.61. © Bill Viola

by Anna Veronica Janssens. [Image #3 of Week: Jan. 27th - 31st]. I really like the simplicity of this installation, the sheerness and reflections cast by the light create a monochromatic range of colors and the illusion of movement. It almost looks like rippling water at night.

Light After Death: Mihoko Ogaki’s ‘Milky Way’ Figures Project Stars from Within http://www.thisiscolossal.com/2013/03/light-after-death-mihoko-ogakis-milky-way-figures-project-stars-from-within

Love this. To me... Shadows of all different side of me returning to the shore after drowning.

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The Veiling

Bill Viola, The Veiling. Online support covering all aspects of applying to art college. www.portfolio-oomph.com

Water portrait by Bill Viola. Stills from a moving image which shows the movement of the water. Three prominent colours (blue, skin-colour and brown) which creates a simplistic effect, focusing on the movement of the water and facial expressions.