ESTABLISHED - 1989
"SIR AUSTIN'S INTERPRESSIONISM HALL"
Master Interpressionist, Daniel Austin
Some of his works are already in the collection of well known Art Collectors
"Life is an illusion of a prefabricated reality that recycles into our eyes every day in different perspectives and that we all strive to connect to. "Interpressionism", the amazing interconnectivity world of abstract and real. An art movement that combines the formal elements of art to the informal elements." This revolutionary art movement was created by Master Daniel Austin in 1989 from his rebellious, as his answer against the "Deja vu" imitation. We hope that you will dedicate some time to read the book "DANIEL AUSTIN MASTER OF INTERPRESSIONISM MOVEMENT", to explore profoundly this new emerging art concept and philosophy.
This revolutionary art movement today is challenging the status quo system for a change. Especially the way of training our kids and artists in art practice (hands on). I believe this is the responsibility of everybody, especially the intelligentsia class (Academia) such as researchers, historians, journalists, etc., to challenge any new ideas. We need to provoke intellectually any new idea to better understand. Especially a new art concept and philosophy that one day could revolutionized the art world and contributed to the advancement and the progress of mankind. (Interpressionist Master, Daniel Austin)
An art movement that attends to free ourselves from the dictating ideas of the "Deja vu" and the predisposition from a subconscious mindset for imitation and reproduction. The concept of Interpressionism is based upon the principle: "Return to the source of our artistic creativity." Which can only be cultivated from within, our inner-self creative, our expression of innocence (Childlike mind). You can retrace this originality in the early mental development of any 2 to 5 years old kid. Whom with no master, no guidance, and without any predisposition of mindset, they created some tremendous master pieces on anything their innocent hands could find... (Read the book).
Thank to all of you for attending this historic Art Exhibit, at the African-American Research Library & Cultural Center in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. I was delighted to see so many people of all walks of life at this event (young children, adults, parents with kids, art collectors, fine art connoisseurs, government officials, etc.) All of you have contributed to make this Art Event a success. The Library Museum space was perfect for the size, scope and soul of this exhibit. It was the largest volume of artwork ever exhibited by me (over 180 paintings in all sizes were displayed in one place.) I hope This art movement and it philosophy will one day being recognized by millions and it will be part of all schools and universities program curriculum. This is my gift to humanity. I hope the future generations will have the chance to witness this vibrant and revolutionary art movement.