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Brave art.

Originally posted by jespersa at Brave art.
Originally posted by jespersa at Brave art.


Title: Braveart.
Painter: Jesper Andersen.
Medium: Oil on cardboard imported from the U.K.
Size: 47cm x 64cm.


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I was browsing an art magazine - Fine Art of Today's West. When I saw an advertisement for an exhibition at “ Red Cloud Indian School “ by the American Sioux Lakota artist, Braveheart. After contacting him via E-mail, I painted the above autobiographical oil painting titled " Braveart " as a homage to Braveheart.
The motif in the painting shows a “ blue hand, blue meaning heavenly origin; the Lord from heaven, a white fingerprint; white meaning light, righteousness, purity, and three Sioux Indian words, floating on oval cells, suggesting movement of the Internet and different tribes of post-modern people meeting one another in cyberspace. I understand the two Sioux words, " Lakota and Ohitika ". Lakota; meaning friend, and Ohitika; meaning brave.



Title: Forbidden landscape telling.
Painter: Jesper Andersen
Medium: Oil on cardboard.
Size: 47cm x 64cm.



My art consists of works produced by myself, who for various reasons I have not been culturally indoctrinated or socially conditioned. They are all kinds of artworks on the fringes of society. I am working outside fine art "system" (schools, galleries, museums). These pictures have been produced, from the depths of my own personality and for myself, and exhibited only on this Internet blog site. Works of outstanding originality in concept, subject and techniques, creativity are untidy and unnerving. They are works that owe nothing to tradition or fashion. They form a truly singular reality of their own.


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