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Defining Empathicism

From the words of LORD TOPH “Empathicism,” is a new fine art style which I have been developing and defining for quite some time now.  The aim of my “empathicistic” style (if you will), is to translate the emotional connection from the artist, to the work, to the viewer.  Unlike most classical styles, “Empathicism” begins […]

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The Innocence of a Child

The Creation of Empathicism

Style (n.) \stī(-ə)l\ a : a distinctive manner of expression (as in writing or speech) b : a distinctive manner or custom of behaving or conducting oneself ; also : a particular mode of living c : a particular manner or technique by which something is done, created, or performed Webster’s Dictionary – http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/style Art always begins […]

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The Theory Behind Empathicism

Empathicism – A new style that due to time, and exposure, can bloom into a new movement in the world of art. Founded by LORD TOPH, “Empathicism” presents itself as empathy interpreted through the painting’s subject matter, color, size, title and even stroke application. This will obviously raise questions in the art world as to […]

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Even on a Blue Day

Aim of Empathicism

A fine art style can easily establish a point of view well enovgh to steer a conversation, or set a complete atmosphere in a room. Yet often times, translation of svbject or theme is lost long before it can svccessfvlly garner an emotional connection from, and with the viewer. Many artists have fallen short of […]

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