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Roman Nurmemagi - Professional Artist
Web Page: https://www.deviantart.com/nurmemagi
"Any work of art which is not a beginning, an invention, a discovery is of little worth." ~Ezra Pound
I’ve been doing that since as long as I remember. I always liked to draw, to paint, to sketch, and this passion of mine evolved into different aspects of art, design and editing. It was always accompanied by my music preferences and influences. I love all sorts of music - so I became a DJ. But playing songs for general public wasn’t enough. So I became a VJ. So for a while creation or manipulation of imagery in real-time through technological mediation and for an audience, in synchronization to music was enough. Sadly the public I was playing for, had difficult time appreciating or rather didn't understand what I was doing. But then it was my artistic expression. “for me a video is a visual expression of the the song, that describes what the song is about, and you've got to listen to the words of the song...“ ~M
I don't blame the public. Eventually I moved to other ways of expressing myself. I take solace in the fact that most famous and influential figures in the history weren’t always recognized during their lifetime. Take for instance my favourite painter Vincent van Gogh. Van Gogh was unsuccessful during his lifetime, and was considered a madman and a failure. He became famous after his suicide, and exists in the public imagination as the quintessential misunderstood genius, the artist "where discourses on madness and creativity converge". He is still remembered as an important but tragic painter, whose troubled personality typifies the romantic ideal of the tortured artist. “Great things are done by a series of small things brought together.” ~Vincent Van Gogh
Which brings me to another example, a more personal one. Before I went to art school, I got so fascinated by Madonna. The artist, the persona, the icon and her face. Her facial expressions, her eyes, her lips had me so captivated. So I had to draw, I had to sketch, I had to know her each and every line and curve, because I couldn't get her out of my mind. And so I did. I made hundreds of portraits and with each new sketch, I got more better and more precise. Well, I tried to. Years later I scanned some of my sketches and published some online. It was quite a shock that they were so well received, in fact, some of my works were featured in ICONIC - The Exhibition in Rome. ICONIC was born on September 9th 2015, during the Rebel Heart Tour, Montreal, Canada, during which a kaleidoscope of images showed the public a selection of artworks created and sent by the fans to the star. Hence the presumptions for this great cultural event, both as it celebrates an international icon, as Madonna, but also because it promotes art in all its forms. So this sparked a new wave of enthusiasm for this type of creative expression. After the exhibition my works were published in a Madonna Collectors book. Madonna collection (livre referentiel 'the must have' volume 1). And this is not even the half of my achievements... I'm still making videos, doing posters, flyers, covers, booklets, logos and I'm learning on the fly. To quote Geoffrey Chaucer "The lyf so short, the craft so long to lerne". “Express Yourself! Don't Repress Yourself!” ~MVisit Website