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« on: August 06, 2016, 01:29:14 PM »

The Triumph of Intellect



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“The Triumph of Intellect”
Oil on Canvas 28” x 19”

“The Triumph of Intellect” is the title piece of a one man show I will have at the Kershner Gallery, in the Fairfield, CT,  Public Library from November  19 - Dec 31st, 2016. This show is the second I have given at the Fairfield Library. The first, named "The Tramaticism of Birth" which opened while I was working with Salvador Dali, documented both the birth into the world and the birth into the art world. It featured surrealist paintings heavily influenced by the master I worked with, with some deviations of my own design. This new show, "The Triumph of intellect" following approximately 43 years later, will exhibit the Continuity and Evolution of both Surrealism and Nuclear Mysticism.
In “The Triumph of Intellect” depicts the complexity and the crystallization of thought. Thought that has evolved and broken out of its mineralist slumber, after 40 plus years.
To read the entire amazing details of this painting, and see the 70’s version which inspired it go to;
http://www.louismarkoya.com/#!the-triumph-of-intellect/c12qt
And see much more remarkable and inspiring art at
www.louismarkoya.com
along with many working with Dali anecdotes and collaborations

The main background for “The Triumph of Intellect” was constructed within Mandelbulb 3D, while the crystal hair was formed and rendered in Cinema 4D with X-Particles and Octane

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