Michaell Magrutsche: “Looking at my Paintings should be similar to listening to the music of minimalists like Miles Davis; where the sound grabs your attention and
your Mind Completes the Pictures.”
The Artist Michaell Magrutsche: The California Multimedia Artist was born in Vienna-Austria. Michaell creates Art With a Punch to achieve the Strongest Positive Impact possible. Thereby, Uplifting Emotions and Changing the Feel of a Room or Area. “I want a Painting to have Wallpower to induce Interactivity then grab me, seduce me to discover its content by pinching my imagination to fill in the blanks. My Paintings are similar to the music of Minimalists like Miles Davis, where the sound grabs your attention and your mind completes the pictures.” Magrutsche’s visual work has been coined Liminal Hard Edge, Minimal or Reductive Pop.
“I want a painting to have wallpower, grab me and seduce me to discover its content; pinch my imagination to want to fill in the blanks. This is the epitome of engaging intimacy.”
Michaell’s STATE OF ART Educational Art Blog: click here . This blog goes hand in hand with my upcoming book STATE OF ART. It is a assessment of contemporary art and artists that are not particularly famous but note-worthy. I explain, without art jargon or judgment, the reason why and how these creators are important to the human development. This is how I believe contemporary art ought to be taught today.
Michaell’s Projects & Courses: click here . This site covers my involvement in certain projects and art science projects.
Michaell’s Picture Blog: click here .99% is my original content of my various other media.
Michaell’s Art Column for Bajaartists.com: click here . My column is focused on my discoveries of cutting edge Art developments. I exposes the hidden contexts and understandings of how our interactions with the Arts are continuously changing and transform in the future. I specialize in understanding the changes of the conception of art, its exhibition platforms of galleries and museums, the sales process with the art collector and the relationship of Arts and Governments.
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