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Mas.s extends his "Trust" series with an "Evergreen." Reflecting on a symphony of change.

Jan 05, 2014 18:08 GMT Mas.s "2014.A year of change."Reflecting on the year ahead Mas.s,the original Dutch artist,trusts the coming year will be a year of massive change.He says"I feel that people are waking up to a new reality,a new freedom.A freedom not mastered and directed by big society and law.Man listening to the true rhythm of life.Humbled by relativity,directed by curves and led by change within.Soul acknowledgement.

The Nativity. Think outside the box. Think in curves. Not in straight lines. That's law. Xmass.

Dec 19, 2013 14:08 GMT Mas.s Mas.s,the original Dutch painter,starts the festive season with an abstract expression of The Nativity.He says"It is wonderful to follow the heart,to trust where it is leading you.Whatever may come.It is ok to make a mistake.You look at it,try to fix it but carry on.Think outside the box.Not only of what is in front of you.Think in curves.Not in straight lines.That's law."Merry Christmas y'all!

"African beauty". I love race. A race lover, that's what I am. I thought I colour it up.

Dec 12, 2013 13:19 GMT Mas.s In honour of Nelson Mandela and all of his African friends Mas.s painted"African Beauty".He says "I have found that only in embracing people from other continents,by engaging in other cultures,we can enrich ourselves.Ignorance,arrogance and calculated judgement impoverished the world.Many people are in fear of losing themselves by truly engaging.This is just not true.I coloured that with love!"

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"Home of Inspiration". Mas.s concluded a wonderful art exhibition in Wonersh. Next stop Central London.

Dec 03, 2013 11:37 GMT Mas.s Over 56 works were admired last weekend in the Grand setting of the Ambulacrum at St. John's in Wonersh. It was an inspiring and moving weekend for artist and public alike. He says "You do not often get the chance to share such a large and diverse range of works. If it all comes together one can only be sublimely happy. So I am". The next "Home of Inspiration" show is planned for Central London.

New direction. Mas.s to explore new avenues in his painting "Trust".

Nov 21, 2013 18:27 GMT Mas.s The original Dutch painter Mas.s looked at an empty linen canvas for months on end wondering what this canvas was inviting him to paint.Landscapes, portraits, conceptual art? Then he knew. The heart. Trusting the silent promptings that moved his hand. Let the deep well up and making it visual. The result is amazing, not in the least for himself. Now to be seen at Gagliardi gallery, Chelsea, London

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"Home of Inspiration" Art Exhibition.  Mas.s to show at St Johns at the start of Advent.

Nov 18, 2013 12:56 GMT Mas.s The 1st of December Mas.s will exhibit at St.Johns Seminary,Wonersh,Guildford.As part of his parish tour he will be exhibiting more then 40 of his works in a grand setting.The Ambulacrum,an impressive open space 210 feet long and 19 feet wide,running the full length of the main section of the building is the perfect platform for this free one day solo exhibition.Colour up your Sunday with Mas.s.

Annual Munch Conference: Edvard Munch and Printmaking

Nov 13, 2013 07:00 GMT Nasjonalmuseet - Norway 22 November is the date for the Annual Munch Conference organized by the research project «Munch, Modernity, and Modernism».

"Heartbreak". Mas.s touches with his newest painting upon an intrinsic experience in every human life.

Oct 26, 2013 10:30 BST Mas.s In his series "Supermodel" Mas.s, the original Dutch artist, has touched upon the intrinsic human experience of heartbreak. He was inspired by an old saying from his home country,"If your broken hearted, pick a rose, stick it on your hat and tomorrow, there will be no more sorrow." He says, " it is a typical Dutch message of hope and fortitude, to look forward and not to dwell in the past to long.