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Nilesh
08-25-2008, 08:18 PM
Just thought this one might be worth sharing, for others who enjoy this sort of art:

http://video.google.com/videosearch?q=oksana+ocean+art&emb=0#

Life.

Bizkit
08-25-2008, 09:11 PM
Amazing art work.......I could live the rest of my life without ever hearing the soundtrack again!!!

~~Kathleen
08-25-2008, 09:18 PM
I can live the rest of my life without being directed to a web site with porn on it!
It was impossible to miss the pictures of a porn star while the supposed art was unraveling.

What in Heavens name were you thinking?
~~Kathleen

Nilesh
08-25-2008, 09:42 PM
Kathleen,

There was a pron star?? Seriously?

It just seemed like a young Russian woman living in and enjoying Hawaii, and painting with acrylics. Maybe I wasn't thinking at all, but I didn't see what you saw. She seemed to be living a back-to-nature Hawaiian-artist lifestyle.

No offense intended to anyone, truly. Maybe she just has a different style. They tend to dress like that and paint like that and look like that in Hawaii. The galleries there have a lot of colorful marine art, and the weather is such that dressing like that is very common.

Their colors may seem too bright in some places; but I have spent quite a bit of time in Hawaii, and everything that I saw on this video was very much along Hawaiian lines.

I realize those colors are unacceptably garish in some parts of the world, but they are quite well accepted and widely seen in Hawaiian galleries.

If there were offended sensibilities, my sincere apologies.

Sometimes I think that California and Hawaii have departed considerably from norms in most of the world, in terms of what is acceptable in art and dress.

I really don't think Oksana is a pron star. She actually seems as though she is a serious Christian and nature lover -- something like an Essene, but transplanted to Hawaii. She has some Christian quotes on her clips, which she seems to be serious about, and seems to be living in accord with.

It seemed to be simply a young Russian/American/Hawaiian/Essene-Christian nature-loving acrylic artist, maybe with sensibilities that are a bit (understandably) cross-pollinated.

Music sensibilities among young Russian people also seem to be a bit different, and cross-pollinated.

Nilesh
08-25-2008, 09:55 PM
If it was one of the pictures on the side, outside the video clip, that is actually the back of an Achilles-tendon area of someone's ankle!

The Oksana clip itself seemed pretty clear of all the rest, and pretty darned innocent.

Hope someone liked it. She seems to be enjoying tha Hawaiian art, and life in Hawaii.

~~Kathleen
08-25-2008, 09:57 PM
The video is not what I am speaking of, and you know it.
To the right of the video were pictures of other available videos that showed nudity that I have no desire to watch.
Some womans shaved personal parts do not appeal to me in any way. It is impossible to watch the video you linked to without seeing what is on the rest of the page.
Your claims of innocence fall on deaf ears here!:mad:
~~Kathleen

~~Kathleen
08-25-2008, 10:00 PM
Being what it was meant to represent, I for one am not likely to click on the video to check this out!
~~Kathleen

Nilesh
08-25-2008, 10:02 PM
The video is not what I am speaking of, and you know it.
To the right of the video were pictures of other available videos that showed nudity that I have no desire to watch.
Some womans shaved personal parts do not appeal to me in any way. It is impossible to watch the video you linked to without seeing what is on the rest of the page.
Your claims of innocence fall on deaf ears here!:mad:
~~Kathleen
Kathleen,

I think we might have cross-posted.

And yes, quite seriously and literally, I hadn't looked at those other videos until I went back to see what it was that might have seemed offensive; and that is not what it appears to be! It is someone's ankle. Seriously. And I didn't even look at it until the second time around (honest), and then I saw that maybe THAT was the offending item. I really didn't see it. If I had, I probably would have changed the link to another one that didn't include that. In fact, I'll try to find another link now, and maybe the whole thread can be redone with that other link instead of this one.

Nilesh
08-25-2008, 10:08 PM
Kathleen,

I found a way around it.

And maybe I should have checked the rest of the items on the screen -- I was just interested in this one, and this computer may be (sounds like it probably is) faster than others -- so I didn't have a wait (during which to look at the rest). The video just clicked on quickly.

Plus, I went right into full-screen mode, so all the rest was off my screen!

So sorry.

Seriously.

It was an oversight.

Please do feel free to change the original link to this one -- which does not have any of the rest on it:

http://video.google.com/videosearch?q=oksana+ocean+art&emb=0#

This seems like a pretty darned wholesome clip to me.

It does seem to make sense (in light of the other little screens showing on the side of the other link) to use this one instead, and avoid any other offenses.

I will be sure to check the rest of those little screens if ever I link again -- or I'll simply use the Google video site instead. It seems to be simpler, and free from potential problems.

http://video.google.com/videosearch?q=oksana+ocean+art&emb=0#

Lady Carol
08-25-2008, 10:20 PM
Nilesh, obviously it was a mistake. What I have done is replace the original link that you had with the one in the post above. I would hate for there be anymore complaints. The other Youtube did look very suspicious. It was an ankle but still why anyone would get their cheapies filming that I have no idea. Thank you for finding that alternative way to view her art.

Nilesh
08-25-2008, 10:23 PM
Thanks.

Again, real apologies for the oversight; I just missed it.

Very glad there was a way to clear it up and solve it.

tbezesky
08-27-2008, 01:14 PM
Now we know why Nilesh never gets any painting done! :D
Just teasing ya! :)

~~Kathleen
08-27-2008, 05:07 PM
:lol: Nilish doesn't post his paintings here!
Least I've never seen any:wink2:
~~Kathleen

Nilesh
08-27-2008, 07:04 PM
The accidental bouhaha here revived or sparked and brought out one of the most fascinating points I have ever come across in all my divigations in the fields of art and art history and the psychology of art and perception and art in general, and all the rest of life for that matter.

I will start another thread with that, and try to keep that thread focused on the work in question, which is called "The Message of Dolphins" -- but it raised some fascinating points (absolutely fascinating and widely relevant, perhaps as much so as anything I have ever seen in any field of study or practice). [I suppose I shouldn't raise expectations too high, and issue a disclaimer that this applies to me, at this point.]

(I'm not yet sure where to post it -- it might be in Cafe Guerbois, or it might be on another forum, but it will be a bit later today....)

Raymo
08-27-2008, 07:16 PM
Is Cafe Gerbils a forum here at WetCanvas ?

susme48
08-27-2008, 07:45 PM
Yep it is Ray...very 'intellectual' place...:lol: Seriously, it is a place to talk of things other than just painting. They play games too.

Kathleen...you are right...at least for the last couple years, which is as far back as things go here. I would like to see some of his work, since he talks about showing in galleries. :D