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Immo Jalass is an autodidact.; a self-taught extraordinary creative artist, whose vast body of captivating artwork journeys through several fertile decades, touching on nearly all the major art movements of the 20th century. And, given all that, the most surprising thing about Immo's artistic output is, that the work remains unique and totally Immo Jalass, even in this early dawn of the 21st century. Teamed with an enthusiastic curiosity that fuels his vision, his creative input and output is tremendous. See his work at http://galeriejalass.tripod.com
He is a thoughtful and generous being, who is always ready to share his knowledge and to lend assistance to his fellows. I highly recommend Immo Jalass for any artistic endeavours he pursues or that are proposed for him; and of course, I highly support and recommend his artist work to buyers and collectors at all levels.
See my solo exhibition at the MoDFA - Museum of Digital Fine Art
Fine art is definitely a special type of art which is entirely totally different from applied arts. It is generally produced for concepts and aesthetics. The applied arts generally serve some practical purpose. Some of the main forms of fine art are architecture, poetry, sculpture, painting and music. Australian Aboriginal art is usually developed by the Indigenous people of Australia. It can also be known as Indigenous Australian art. Aboriginal art includes rock carvings, paintings on leaves, wood curving, sculpture, sandpainting and also ceremonial clothing. This kind of art features naturalistic paintings of human beings, animal figures and also plants. Abstract designs, lines and concentric circles are considered the main areas of non-naturalistic paintings. Aboriginal art is also considered to be the oldest form of art. The naturalistic art was always a popular type of art in Arnhemland located in the northern area of Australia. This type of fine art is usually termed as