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THE CREATIVE POWER OF NATURE:
short video; Why the paintings are so beautiful.
filmed and edited in Park City, Utah
by Daniel Riley, Stratus Productions
director: M. G. Carbee
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Amethyst, Tourmaline, Turquoise, Aquamarine, Montana Agate, Chrysoprase, Burma Jade, Garnet, Citrine, Muscovite, Rose Quartz, Watermelon Tourmaline, Bio-crystalline paint, Jenness Beach sand, sea water, India ink and rain water on canvas, 18" x 24"
Artist, MG Carbee
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monday - friday: 9am - 5pm
the patterns of nature are always beautiful
we use the forces of nature to make the paintings
we use earth pigments, sea water and rain,
and the sun and the wind and the snow
work table: that's a pic of Carbee's work table at his outdoor studio.
Carbee uses earth pigments, sea water and rain,
and the sun and the wind and the snow to create paintings.
Carbee makes his own formulations. His paints often contain semi-precious materials. Carbee uses rain water, sea water and minerals he has collected or mined himself. Many of the paintings are made with tourmaline, aquamarine, lapis lazuli, mica, quartz and other earth pigments.
BY TAYLOR KIGAR
When artist Marshall Carbee took a real look at his own environmental footprint, he realized that the results were anything but pretty. After years of working for productions shot in New York, including films like "Basquiat," "Conspiracy Theory," "Eraser" and "Men in Black" and collaborations in Los Angeles with artists like Michael Jackson, The Rolling Stones and Bob Dylan, he realized that industries and artists alike need to reevaluate the materials used in the works they create. So in 2008, Marshall took a step forward and created the world's first bio-based sustainable soy gesso, which is not only free of toxins and petroleum, but is cheaper to make and more functional.