Times Square Performance
“New York is truly an inspiring place. The atmosphere is overwhelming, engulfing and enriching,” said artist Dana Blickensderfer.
“To say that, ‘if you make it in New York you can make it anywhere’ is completely accurate. The hustle and bustle of the city can get you caught up and you find yourself on a rollercoaster of a ride. As an artist, I use the catalyst of the city energy and personal experiences living here to penetrate my vision and goals as a New York based visual artist.”
With her transition into the city life and daily reflections of her message in the arts; She began a art and film collaboration with film maker, John Fuentes of Fuentes Film Studios. Her combination of art and film is profound, working closely with film directors; she finds this niche market and audience response captivating. Working with film directors and connecting her creative works with film allows her vision to the contribution in the arts movement to rapidly accelerate far beyond her expectations.
The Provoke Art video projects developed with film director, John Fuentes center around performance art works. She is placed painting a live exhibit in a select New York City locations. Each video location is at a well-known New York City spot… not just for its high foot traffic but each one that is selected holds a special meaning for the artist. This is the epitome of her movement - to create works that stimulate thought and emotion; provoke connection and interaction with the common denominator being art.
She is currently residing in the New York City area study painting at a leading New York Studio to further elevate her opportunity and career as a abstract artist. Her work and development rapidly progressed since her re-location and has been flourishing in the artist community.
Dana studies in the heart of New York. She creates where other preeminent artists and minds created work such as: Charles Cajori, Louis Finkelstein, Philip Guston, Alex Katz, Earl Kerkam, George McNeil, Esteban Vicente, Peter Agostini, Sidney Geist, Reuben Nakian, George Spaventa, Nicholas Carone and Mercedes Matter. Her enhancement at this time impacts her work and developed understanding of the language of art; imagination stirred from rigorous work ethic and inner passion and ambition to be an artist for years to come. She immediately connected to the culture and community in the city connecting her to her purpose as an artist.
You can support her artist movement and donate today! As a contributor to her project funds your support has the potential to impact hearts and souls that words could not. Art has the ability to touch many lives; and you can be a part and impact the movement along with Dana. As an art donor your belief will help to foster and empower artists and art for generations to come.
To view more Provoke Art videos and to be a part of the movement as she continues to create performance and visual artwork in the New York City area visit her video channel. Also you can check out her art for sale at http://provoke-art.com