Are you an artist, the musician and the creator?
of Borislav Strulev!
ArtCelloLab - to inspire and be inspired!
Send the sketch
For the first time ever in the world within VI International music festival «BelgorodMusicFest - Borislav Strulev and Fiends» there will take place a "ArtCello" competition and concert-exhibition where we present world famous artists from all corners of the globe.
You have come to this website - Artcello.ru not incidentally!
Infinity of the fusion of arts will be expressed by you on cello. Go beyond sides of regular art representations, inhale a full speed, feel freedom, be inspired by music and create.
Perception of the 21st century has brought art to a new level.
Your temples – electric cello Yamaha, Your art frame - electric cello Yamaha.
Your art will be exhibiting on cello while live music performance.
Show your talent along with distinguished artists of our time: Vasily Kafanov,
Mark Kostabi, Alexander Zhernokluev and others.
Borislav Strulev - Yamaha artist, plays on electric cello SVC 110SK
The simple rules of the competition.
Works are accepted in three categories:
1. Young artists - up to 16 years old;
2. Professional artists;
3. Art lovers and not professional.
Download patterns - temples with exact scale and form of the inserts and become
part of competition and part of ArtCello.
PRESS TO DOWNLOAD THE TEMPLES
Please send your work until 1 March 2017 by the following addresses:
56-a, Belgorodskogo polka st., Belgorod, 308001, Russian Federation
1905 Goda Ulitsa., Dom 23., Apt. 74., Moscow 123022, Russian Federation
BORISLAV STRULEV , 2 South Pinehurst Ave. apt 2F. NEW YORK NY 10033, USA
Or by e-mail email@example.com
Instruction to participants of a competition - technical hints:
Base for pictures (not heavy materials!): canvas for painting covered with primer (on a pattern-temples), canvas on cardboard (on a pattern-temples), primed cardboard (on a pattern-temples), cardboard with foam rubber and other traditional oriented art materials, good to keep the paint (on a pattern-temples).
The preferred materials: acrylic paints, oil (necessarily dried out), tempers tempera, if you are using the free-flowing or fearful moisture paint: gouache, pastels, crayons, water color, crayons, carefully covered with a protective matte lacquer.