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Milestone - First Digital Painting Sale

Milestone: First Digital Painting Sale

By Martin Lukas Ostachowski | 19. July 2018 | 0 Comments

Fascinated by the socio-economic potential of blockchains (see below for more info), I started exploring this subject through geometric minimalism. With digital hand-painted sketches, I visually interpret the concept of blockchain architecture in preparation for my larger works on paper. In the past few weeks, I was accepted by two pioneering blockchain online art galleries…

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New Art Goals 2018 and Art Goals 2017 in Review

New Art Goals 2018 and 2017 Art Goals in Review

By Martin Lukas Ostachowski | 20. February 2018 | 0 Comments

One and a half months into the new year, I reviewed my 2017 art goals and set my new art goals for 2018. Let’s start with the review of last year’s goals. Art Goal Review 2017 Goal 1: Expand Exclamatory Intermezzo Series: Needs Work I hardly made progress in this series and finished only one…

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Late Half-Time Review Art Goals 2017

2017 Art Goals – Late Half-Time Review

By Martin Lukas Ostachowski | 17. October 2017 | 0 Comments

It is almost three months since my move to Sherbrooke QC, and while there are still some boxes unpacked, my very first studio is already up and running. I already painted a few times and it is such a treat to have a dedicated room to one’s passion. With some delay, it’s time to evaluate…

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Art Goals 2017 and 2016 in Review

Art Goals for 2017 and 2016 in Review

By Martin Lukas Ostachowski | 13. January 2017 | 11 Comments

Art Goals for 2017 and 2016 in Review Happy New Year and thanks for stopping by! Before I post my 2017 art goals, I would like to start with a review of my 2016 goals. 2016 was a great year with a lot to be thankful for, and my blog, Art by MLO, was no…

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Half-time 2016 Art Goal Review

Half-Time Art Goals Review

By Martin Lukas Ostachowski | 1. July 2016 | 2 Comments

You can’t improve what you don’t measure, states a popular quote controversially attributed to author and consultant Peter Drucker. It’s been half a year passed since I posted my 2016 Art Goals, so I’m posting a short goal review to assess where I’m at. In typical German fashion, I created a simple spreadsheet to track my progress on…

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Geometric abstraction artist Martin Lukas Ostachowski is currently exploring the concept of transience through the study of cloud formations ... » About » À propos

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