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torso woman" was featured in Art Nouveau and the Art…4-june-2010
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this work was featured DİGİTAL BRUSHSTROKES GROUP 18-01-2010
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abstract, red, white, black, woman, figure, modern, frame, torso, tulay, original art, digital brush

Ilove art for childhood but i married early.Ihave two boys,ı started my profesional education after growing my children up. in 1955,born Trabzon. in 2001,entry Atatürk Universıty Fine Art Faculty. ın 2005,Igraduated with the first level honur degree and begining the post graduate from the same school field of studies in sculpture at the ınstute of social sciens.in 2008 Igraduated honour degree post graduate

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  • Santamaria
    Santamariaover 4 years ago

    really stunning and so powerful Tulay!

  • thanks so much for fabulouse comment

    – tulay cakir

  • emel
    emelover 4 years ago

    fabulous..very wonderful work!

  • thanks so much for fabulouse comment

    – tulay cakir

  • Phil
    Philover 4 years ago

    Great abstracts!!

  • thanks so much for fabulouse comment

    – tulay cakir

  • zooreka
    zoorekaover 4 years ago

  • thanks so much for fabulouse comment

    – tulay cakir

  • zooreka
    zoorekaover 4 years ago

    I didn’t get to comment… but I love the wonderful use of the dabbed chalk brush in this piece… Totally Wonderful!!!!!

  • OHH VERY THANK YOU!!

    – tulay cakir

  • F.A. Moore
    F.A. Mooreabout 4 years ago

    Congratulations on your feature in
    Art Nouveau and the Arts & Crafts Movement


    June 3, 2010

  • wowww!!! i’m happy…. thanks a lot Frannie!

    – tulay cakir

  • retuhrmoi
    retuhrmoiabout 4 years ago

    very different, unique and original, instant favorite, love the colors and composition, very interesting work, LOVE IT

  • thanks a lot !

    – tulay cakir

  • F.A. Moore
    F.A. Mooreabout 4 years ago

    It’s a delightful abstraction of a female torso. The diagonal angle of the torso half makes the image. Wonderful! I love the red chalk brush used along her left side. That was a brilliant addition. And I also have not missed the crescent moons along her spine, in a subtle nod to Turkey, your beautiful country, Tulay. I’m not sure why it has an Art Nouveau feel to me; but it does, and I’m so happy to feature it. Congrats!

  • again thanks so much! glad for good your comment

    – tulay cakir

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