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It is good to see that the desire for realist art is growing. You are welcome to visit this site promoting artists by invitation and send us your comments. In the meantime we are continuing to grow our community.

New films about our members will be shown on German TV soon. We shall keep you informed.

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New Members July 2019

Association Embracing Realist Art (AERA) are pleased to be able to present our latest list of new members. Just browse through the members list and take a look at their biographies. Joined since our previous update we can now welcome our new friends:

Joel Rea

Alan Kingwell

Joseph Zbukvic

David Alldridge

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Thanks for helping to block adverts from this site

A big thank you to all of you who have helped to keep this site free from adverts. Your annual contribution of just £1 allows us to pay the provider to do so.

You may also have read that some of our artists have had a show on a German tv channel with which we have an agreement. More artists will follow to be presented in this monthly broadcast. The channel has well over a million subscribers. Even if not all of them will watch our programme on a regular basis we shall continue to promote our shows on social media. If you want to take a look at the tv channel here is a link.

Should you have any questions or comments please do not hesitate to contact us.

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AERA on TV and Online – Joseph Zbukvic and Joel Rea

artist Joseph Zbukvic

Joseph Zbukvic

artist Joel Rea

Joel Rea

Two more of my programmes presenting realist artists have gone on air in cooperation with a German TV channel. Once a month a new member has his or her work put in front of a wide audience. I add German subtitles to make it accessible to viewers who are less fluent in English. The productions are shown on the German TV channel several times over but they have also been entered into their free public media library.

The channel has a potential 4 million viewers in Germany. It is also available in other countries such as via Zattoo with 20 M subscribers in Switzerland, Germany, Denmark and Spain where you can register for free. Furthermore it is available via on-demand media in other countries such as Telekom Magenta with 1.6 M subscribers in Germany and via Apps for Kodi and Amazon Fire TV.

You can view the 20 minute videos by clicking on the images.

 

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AERA on TV and Online – Graeme Stevenson and Yemi Tubi

Two more programmes presenting AERA artists have gone to be broadcast on a German TV channel. Once a month a new member will have his or her work put in front of a wide audience. German subtitles have been added to make it accessible to viewers who are less fluent in English. The productions will not only be shown on the German TV channel several times over but they have also been entered into their free public media library.

Furthermore Zattoo offer a live stream for subscribers in Europe. You can register for free. It will give you access to 89 tv channels. One of them is NRWision which features our AERA programmes several times a month.

You can view the 20 minute videos here.

artist Graeme Stevenson

Graeme Stevenson

O. Yemi Tubi

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New Members January 2019

Association Embracing Realist Art (AERA) are pleased to be able to present our latest list of new members. Just browse through the members list and take a look at their biographies. Joined since August 2018 we can now welcome our new friends:

R.Geoffrey Blackburn
John Cogan
Joachim Lehrer
Graeme Stevenson

 

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Merry Christmas

The season´s greetings to all our followers and members

painted by Pat Harrison

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AERA on TV and Online

TV series created by Pat Harrison aka Rainer HillebrandThe first two programmes presenting AERA artists have been broadcast on a German TV channel. Once a month a new member will have his or her work put in front of a wide audience. German subtitles have been added to make it accessible to viewers who are less fluent in English. The productions will not only be shown on the German TV channel several times over but they have also been entered into their free public media library.

You can view the 20 minute videos by clicking on the following images.

Eric Armusik

artist Jill Poyerd

Jill Poyerd

 

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AERA on TV

The managers of a German TV channel have agreed to staging a series of programmes about AERA. Once a month we will be presenting the work of one or more of our members to a wide audience. German subtitles will be added to make it accessible to viewers who are less fluent in English.

The German TV channel NRWision which is also available online covers the following audiences:

a) German viewers for this channel approx. 4 million

b) available in other countries such as via Zattoo with 20 M subscribers in Switzerland, Germany, Denmark and Spain

c) also available via on-demand media in other countries such as telekom entertain with 1.6 M subscribers in Germany

d) via Apps for Kodi and Amazon Fire TV

e) any of AERA´s productions will be shown on the German TV channel several times over while also being entered into their free public media library

The series will start in October aiming to promote realist art.

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New Members August 2018

We are pleased to be able to present our latest list of new members to our Association Embracing Realist Art (AERA). Just browse through the members list and take a look at their biographies. Joined since January 2018 we can now welcome our new friends:

Sarah Corner
Sinisha Kashawelski
Nicholas St.John Rosse
Michele Ashby
Jill Poyerd

In the meantime we have also set up a new members only website which allows us to exchange views, ideas and exhibition events.

Realist art is a wonderful means of communication without the lengthy explanations which often accompany modern art. Let us continue in our efforts to employ this universal visual language to convey beauty, to capture a moment in time, or even to warn or accuse or whatever other task we set ourselves.

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