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New friendships

I just came back home, after a couple of months of travelling and new experiences, from the Adriatic coast to Sulina - the ending point of the Danube, where the river flows into the Black Sea. I met many interesting people, especially artists, from many countries, each of them with their own background, culture and thoughts. It is so refreshing to see so many different nationalities and characters in such a small part of this world. From a Spanish actor cycling from Spain to India, whom I met in Sulina, to 36 artists from 21 countries in Aiud, a small town of Transylvania, in an art camp I attended in August.

I took so many pictures, that it’s hard to choose which I should post right now! To begin with, I’d like to show you some landscapes, which inspired my work in the art camp from Aiud, a camp organized by several enthusiastic people like Stefan Balog, Robert Lixandru or Ioan Hadarig. I took these pictures with the idea of bringing together the model and the painting in the same frame. After several years of paintings inspired by the Danube Delta and water, here are the mountains now!










































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Mandrie a Tarii Motilor Arhitectul Augustin Presecan Exista oameni care desi au avut o viata relativ scurta, prin lucrarile si operele lor au reusit sa impuna posteritatii un respect deosebit fata de memoria, de numele lor, niciodata uitat. Un astfel de om a fost, fara tagada, arhitectul Augustin Presecan, om de certa valoare profesionala, creator al arhitecturii unor…

Pictura Claudiu Presecan @Targul de arta contemporana Art Safari 2015

Aflat la a 2-a editie, Targul de Arta Contemporana Art Safari din Bucuresti este organizat anul acesta la Cladirea Ciclop, in perioada 13-17 mai.
Va invit sa vizitati standul galeriei Artfooly deschis la etajul 3, unde voi expune o parte dintre cele mai recente tablouri ale mele, alaturi de lucrari ale sculptorului Dan Istrate.









Programul de vizitare Art Safari:

Miercuri, 13 mai, orele 12.00 – 21.00

Joi, 14 mai, orele 12.00 – 21.00

Vineri, 15 mai, orele 12.00 – 21.00

Sâmbătă, 16 mai, orele 12.00 – 04.00 (Noaptea muzeelor)

Duminică, 17 mai, orele 12.00 – 21.00

Mai multe detalii despre eveniment sunt disponibile pe www.artsafari.ro.

Watermark @ Artfooly, the Slice of Art Gallery - Bucharest 2015

Bucharest 2015
Painter Claudiu Presecan was born in Cluj in 1969, where he lives and works. It was also in Cluj that he graduated from the “Ioan Andreescu” Academy of visual arts, obtained his Master’s Degree and PhD in visual arts. Claudiu has an impressive exhibition portfolio, as well as numerous national and international grants and awards. Claudiu Presecan is in love with nature, a passionate fly-fisherman, and a supporter of environmental protection. Above all, he is a painter with a preference for the abstract, who often paints in plein-air and who transfers nature onto his canvases in his own manner, which seduces through color and brushstrokes. Out of all the elements, water is the one that influences him the most, materializing in spectacular works. Claudiu uses his brush to lay traces, shades and surprising visual effects on water surfaces, a style which has become the artist’s personal mark. “Watermark”, the summer show at Artfooly, The Slice of Art Gallery brings to the pu…