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Born in Germany in 1970, I am graduated from Anadolu Unv. Education Faculty, Fine Arts Department in 1999. After completing my military service, I started working as an ordinary art teacher in a government middle school. In my spare times, I’ve digitally colored on computer my old drawings about fantastic nudes and underwater mechanic props, and made some vehicle designs. For more than ten years I almost never touched a brush and oil. In that period, I made stereo loudspeakers and wooden rustic furnitures, wrote unfilmed feature scenarios, received patents and busied myself with trivialities… Then, one day, I met with David A. Leffel’s works on the net, and I was struck on his incredible still life paintings with washed Rembrandtian sacred light. That was two years ago. From that time I’ve been working on my still life oil paintings regularly. I also adore the paintings of Rembrandt- Bouguereau- Bocklin, and David Leffel- Richard Schmid. When I'm ready, I’m planing to start figurative scenes on huge canvases. Well, I have to hurry, because my doctor said that only 30-40 years left in front of me;)

2/25/13

Magpie and Fruits

50 x 60 cm oil on canvas 2013

18 comments:

  1. Espectacular como todo lo que sale de tus manos.
    SALUDOS

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  2. Superb achievement I like the atmosphere generated by this painting, very good work
    Compliments .

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    1. Thanks Captain. This is a different kind still life work for me, especially as an outside natural composition.

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  3. Amazing body of works! Like the originality and concept ideas a lot, not that the still life's anything less than [fantastic]! I have also started working on digital paintings with intuos-4 and mypaint...but your digital works are very inspiring!

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    1. Thank you for your comment M.R.Anand
      I have tried some digitals with CS2&intuos3, you can see these works at:

      http://marcheba.deviantart.com/gallery/

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  4. I love magpies - and love your painting!

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  5. You do some lovely work. I really enjoyed my visit to your blog. This picture is really something, very dramatic.

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    1. Thank you for your comment Wendy.

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  6. Saw you on my friend Jill Randal's blog. I like the atmosphere in this one. We don't have magpies here in Texas but I've seen them in the mountains. They are very striking with their black and white plumage.

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    1. Thanks for your comment Douglas.

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  7. Wow, all of your work is great - so realistic looking. I also enjoyed viewing your blog.

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    1. thank you Wanda, i'm trying my best effort for maximum quality.

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  8. Very beautiful and interesting art work !!!
    Very nice to discover and follow your lovely art blog !!!

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  9. Your blog is filled with wonderful work! This painting is SO beautiful!!

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