Art/Technology/mystery painting


Alona wrote at 2012-04-05 22:37:30

Here you go. Perfect & better than Sorren.

AJ Bradley wrote at 2012-04-10 23:35:08
This work is called "Crows" and it is by Nicoletta Ceccoli see it at

Luis wrote at 2012-07-30 04:46:31
Hi there! Just found the artist. After buying Sorren's latest book and never spotting the painting i grew suspicious. Here it is, Nicoletta Ceccoli from San Marino:

olivehue wrote at 2012-08-23 20:51:53
The artist is Nicoletta Ceccoli. Wasn't that hard to find...

dyn-dan wrote at 2012-12-11 00:25:45
I know this is a very old question, but I've been looking for the artist of this work for years.

The artist name is Nicoletta Ceccoli:

I adore this painting. It's so wonderful and my French sister (1st year college roommate) says that it reminds her of me.


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Frank Leeding


I can (possibly) answer questions regarding art history, technique, theory, and the occasional quandry. In addition to drawing and painting (mainly with acrylics these days), i know a bit about printmaking: Intaglio (etching), relief, offset, transfer and some things about photography. I also use a welding torch to "draw" in metal and then pound the sheets flat and print them. I pretty much "live" in 2D (and much 4D (time); but, 3D is just sort of "thick" version of 2D to me;)


As an artist I [sic] have shown my art work in both open and juried shows. I have an extensive background in both studio and cultural studies in art and related areas. I currently hold bachelors and master degrees in art and technology. In addition, I write extensively on "art theory". And I'm fairly good at mixing paint.

BSCS, University of North Texas, Denton. MA (ATEC), University of Texas at Dallas, Richardson.

Awards and Honors
First place, TIPA: "Brookhaven College - The First 25 Years" (shared with my editor Ivana Corsalle.

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