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Hello to All,
My name is Carlo and I am an artist whom sells art here on Bidgala. I am so excited to work with the founders of Bidgala for art sales of original art pieces. I am also an artist in Loupe Art, which partner with Bidgala. My art is streamed in devices such as Apply TV, Fire TV, Android TV, Xfinity, Pluto TV to name a few.
I use oil paints, paper, collages, and other media to create my art. I use a Nikon branded camera for my photography. Something unique and special about my art is I do spiritual rituals so my art is healing art. I have had so many fans whom come to me, say a friendly hello, buy my a cocktail at my favorite bar, or even find ways to thank me for the spiritual healing and guidance I do on my social media page on instagram. Watching from the bottom up is the best.
I am excited to post my work here and begin to promote selling commissions. I will send a nice gift package to the team of Bidgala so my earnings will be part of my spiritual routine and a beginning of a new life.
I hope to influence art collectors from all over the world to use my wall art for decorative and spiritual healing as well. Learn from my occasional post here or search for my social media and enjoy your art and spiritual journey with an already large community active out there following my suggestions and advice for a better tomorrow.
Some new work I`m in the process of uploading. Freedom Flier 16`` by 20``, signed and framed. It`s a piece specifically dedicated to survivors of conjugal violence that are striving to flourish and survivors that need some hope and support that they will get there someday.
My morning coffee had not yet touched my lips when with finger poised to delete junk from my spam box,
my bleary eyes fell upon what I thought was the classic “If it is too good to be true, then it is not true!”
The email was well written and had an image of one of my Jacaranda paintings.
So I took a second look at the message that purported to be from a highly respected graphics company, which in essence said:
“We would like to use a digital image of this painting for a layout on a book cover. Please let me know if this is possible and how much does the image cost?”
Fortunately instead of immediately deleting it I made some enquiries (with the help of Prof. Google) and found that the graphics company existed,
so too did the writer of the message and the seemingly ‘too good to be true’ claim that my artwork, out thousands of Jacaranda images online, was wanted by
the ‘largest book publishing company in Italy and third largest magazine publisher in France, was 100% genuine!
I produced a new painting for them and called it ‘Jacaranda Journalism’
Never did I think that a self taught artist from Australia would produce a painting that finished up with a 2,000 print run for the cover of a novel.
It was a great boost to my confidence as an artist but it left me wondering ‘What if I had deleted the message? Would I ever have realised my mistake’
Since then ten of my paintings have been used in a thesis on Jacaranda trees by the University of Technology Sydney (UTS).
W hen I think “I was the kid that failed almost everything at school” I find it quite humbling.
'God's creation, my inspiration. He put the art in my heart' Rex Woodmore Australian ‘Family Friendly’ Paintings.