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By PROF DR RIGHT REVEREND David Tetrault, USA about Ulrich de Balbian's work -

This has got to be your best work yet.  What I see are parts of the human body being interpreted "gloriously" rather than biologically. It's about what Aquinas called "potentia"  - a living image of something being transformed or at least changed inwardly.  Wonderful!

NEW VIDEO BY CURATORS FOR THE ulrich de balbian art foundation 2 jJLY 2013 RELEASED Thanks for watching am sure you''ll enjoy it, love ulrich http://youtu.be/AjQX853zLFA



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Ulrich de Balbian (paintings "found in the cellar of a chateau1" 7july2013)

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Ulrich de Balbian (paintings found in the  cellar of our chateau 2, 7July2013)


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Ulrich de Balbian (paintings found in the cella of our French chateau 3, 7 July 2013)

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Paintings found in our Italian Villa's attic - curated 7 July 2013

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Video - 'Found in the Attic 2"

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INVENTORY 4 - CURATED 6 JULY 2013

Video, Inventory 4, 6 July 2013



Video - 'Found in the attic 3' , 7 July 2013

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INVENTORY 3 - CURATED 6 jULY 2013

Inventory 3. Curated 6 july 2013





Inventory 2 - 5 July 2013

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Video 5 July 2013 - Inventory 1

Inventory 1 , 5 July 2013



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MASTER CLASS: How to work in a series when painting

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We've seen the future of art = Ulrich de Balbian



Comment on video above by a Professor from the USA -

This is turning into  whole museum, isn't it? The journey of heart and soul in the "cloud of knowing"  There's profound here and variations on theme.
I could identify more with one of the previous collections you offered where there was a marginal dose of reality (the cab of a pickup truck) with embellished overlays.  Reminds me of jazz improvisation where there's a "form" and the musician is invited to "riff" on it.  The late Miles Davis said, "Don't play what's there.  Play what's NOT there."  That's what I take away from all your work now.
This is turning into  whole museum, isn't it? The journey of heart and soul in the "cloud of knowing"  There's profound here and variations on theme.
I could identify more with one of the previous collections you offered where there was a marginal dose of reality (the cab of a pickup truck) with embellished overlays.  Reminds me of jazz improvisation where there's a "form" and the musician is invited to "riff" on it.  The late Miles Davis said, "Don't play what's there.  Play what's NOT there."  That's what I take away from all your work now.



The Future of Art is HERE




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