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  • Contemporary And Modern Art  By : Kaloyan-Veselinov Banev
    Arts is most often used to refer specifically to the visual arts, including media such as painting, sculpture, and printmaking. Art refers to a diverse range of human activities and artifacts, and may be used to cover all or any of the arts, including music, literature and other forms.
  • Own Oil Painting Masterpiece - Portraits From Photos  By : Kaloyan-Veselinov Banev
    Portrait painting is a genre in painting, where the intent is to depict the visual appearance of the subject, most often a person. Now everybody can have own masterpiece oil portrait at his home created from photos.
  • Online Art Gallery - Lifeline Of An Aspiring Artist  By : Kathy Austin..
    Long before the advent of the Internet, Art Galleries were the haunts of the rich and the famous and it was populated by paintings and sculptures of famous artists and sculptors. Art is very much a personal choice. A picture that one might find to be extremely artistic might not appeal to another. This is more so in the case of Abstract Art. The meaning attributed to a painting by an artist may be quite in variance to what is felt by the viewer of the same.
  • Grandmother's Craft Tips  By : Robert Thomson
    Introductory guide to the art and craft of crochet.
  • Airbrush Art: Reviews on Paint and Tattoos  By : Goodness Maseko
    With art brush paint, depending on which brand of acrylic paint that you go with, you may need to thin it down so that it flows freely through the airbrush. Also some acrylic paints require that they be heat set if used on clothing. You can heat set by placing a protect cloth between the design and the iron and ironing the design or you can turn the material inside out and place in the dryer on high heat. If the acrylic does not require heat setting on fabrics then you should still protect the design from fading when washed. To do this place the clothing into a sink of cold water and salt and allow to soak, then the clothing can be laundered without risk of damaging the airbrush art design.
  • The Healing Potential of Art  By : Monch Bravante
    Art therapy is the therapeutic use of art by people who experience a variety of challenges in life, such as stress and emotional problems, anxiety and depression, illnesses and other health conditions. It is also for people who seek personal development and fulfillment.
  • Art Gifts and Mstyora Russian Lacquer Miniatures in Present Shop Online  By : Will Nilson
    Mstyora art works is a Russian folk handicraft of miniature painting, which is done with tempera paints on lacquer articles made of papier-mache
  • Wood Gifts and Collection of Art Lacquered Miniature Boxes in Art Store Online  By : Will Nilson
    There are many schools of lacquered miniature art works in the Russia: Kholui, Mstiora, Palekh, Fedoskino. The most famous is Palekh based on a long local history of icon painting.
  • Tattoos  By : SportsArticles
    Basic introduction into the world of tattoos. Thinking of getting one done ? Read here first about tattoos.
  • Wooden Art Gifts And Russian Painting In Art Store Online  By : Will Nilson
    Hohloma russian painting is a bright distinctive phenomenon of Russian folk decorative applied art. This traditional
    art wood craft first appeared in XVII century in the Nizhny Novgorod region and got its name from a big trading
    village Khokhloma, where these all wooden artworks were originated.
  • Belly Dancing Is A Glorious Way To Lose Your Inhibitions  By : Angela Noble
    Belly dancing per se has been around for centuries and the very word brings to mind images of lithe women rolling their bodies sinuously to the call of music. Its origin seems to drift historically between oriental or inspired by the Romany gypsies.
  • Choose Colours To Shine  By : Sue Currie
    Choose the right colours to wear to help reinforce your personal brand and let your true personality shine through.
  • Care With Gemstones  By : Kadence Buchanan
    Gemstones are one of the most precious substances known to mankind. Their worth alone is reason enough for us to care for them. A gemstone can cost a fortune and one scratch or impurity can ruin there value.
  • Postmodernism and Architecture  By : Kadence Buchanan
    What is postmodernism? Are the postmodern characteristics still apparent in contemporary architectural design? According to scholars, "Postmodernism, by definition resists definition".
  • The Misinterpreted Code  By : Kadence Buchanan
    Dan Brouwn's mystery/detective novel "The DaVinci Code," published in 2003, has sold more than 40 million copies and its narrative was made into a script for the needs of the recently released Columbia Pictures film carrying the same title.
  • The Omen Is Creepy But Not Classic  By : Kadence Buchanan
    The Omen is a film that was released on, of all dates, June 6th of 2006. This was a major promotional opportunity, due to the fact that the date in numerical format was 06/06/06. A remake, the original Omen was created in 1976 and directed by Richard Donner.
  • Does Postmodernism Exist Still in Architecture  By : Jonathon Hardcastle
    What is architecture? What do we mean by Post-Modernism? Does Postmodernism still exist in architectural design? As Jameson suggests, "Postmodernism, by definition resists definition".
  • The Online Art Scene  By : Kadence Buchanan
    If you appreciate art, try searching for online art galleries on the Internet and you will be amazed at the rich and varied offerings that are available to you. The parade of art is more than just a display of great artwork.
  • Does Aura Exist in Digital Art  By : Jonathon Hardcastle
    Ever since Walter Benjamin published his essay "The Work of Art in the Age of Mechanical Reproduction," scholars have debated whether mechanically reproduced art can have "aura" as Benjamin discussed this concept.
  • How to Create Your Own Photo Mosaics  By : Adrian Adams
    Photo mosaics are rising in popularity all over the world. You have probably seen one somewhere such as in your child's school, your local library, a medical office or elsewhere.
  • Is Graffiti An Urban Art Form?  By : Stephen Dolan
    Is graffiti art or just vandalism? Can it ever have a place in art galleries, or should it just be removed?
  • Some Information About Renaissance Art  By : T J Madigan
    The Renaissance is widely considered by many to have been a historic age, this period of time came after the Middle Ages but before the Reformation in historic hindsight, but the Italian Renaissance of the 15th century is connected with the absorption of knowledge by Western influences.
  • Learn All the Secrets of Belly Dancing  By : Dane Stanton
    Discover everything about Belly Dancing, including history, basic outline, benefits and more.
  • Brief History of London and West End Theatre  By : Martin Davies
    A short article on the history of London Theatre and the famous London West End
  • What Do I Need to Know About Tattoos?  By : Stephen Dolan
    Have you ever wondered about a tattoo? Do you know what getting a tattoo entails, or how to find a good tattoo artist? Well we have the answers to all your tattoo questions here!
  • Welding and Metalwork: Strength And Function  By : Adrian Adams
    Welding is the process of getting metal surfaces to join together by using high heat to melt them together. Vices are often used to hold the pieces of metal until they have molded together.
  • Five Proven Art Festival Showing Strategies for Artists Selling Their Work  By : Neil Lemons
    Showing and selling your artwork at outdoor art festivals is hard work for artists, often accompanied by some expensive lessons. Here are five successful art festival showing strategies for artists that are guaranteed to increase sales and decrease your learning curve whether you are new to selling art at festivals or a seasoned art show veteran.
  • Enchanting Treasures in Wood Works  By : Karishma Roy
    Woodcraft has played its part in making the Indian handicraft fortune wealthier and inspite of many environment prevention issues the prospect of the hand crafted furniture sector in India seems positive.
  • Digital or Film Camera?  By : John Pawlett
    For many, digital photography is a breath of fresh air, but be wary - believing our landscape images will be superior could be a serious blunder.
  • Discover The Secrets To Making Model Ships That Look Like The Real Thing!  By : Jimmy Cox
    If you are looking for a new hobby or are a nautical enthusiast, you may consider making model sailboats. But how do you get started on such an endeavor? Following are things to keep in mind while you research this past time.
  • Aspen Is Famous For More Than Skiing  By : Michael Hehn
    Aspen is the largest city and county seat of Pitkin County, Colorado. Founded as a mining camp in the Colorado Silver Boom and named because of the abundance of aspen trees in the area, the city is now a ski resort and cultural center. But it offers as well some nice art galleries you should visit.
  • How the Paint Color Chart Impresses People That View Your Work  By : Jimmy Cox
    Experience has taught us that certain combinations of colors, whether in nature or art, affect the eye and mind agreeably, while others give offense. We call the former "harmonies," the latter "discords."
  • Oil Painting: The Basics And Beyond  By : John Darby
    This article will comprise a list of basic requirements which needs to be complied before indulging in oil painting portraits. The basics and the miscellaneous, once met, will bring out the best portraits.
  • Portrait Picture of Cats Make a Perfect Gift  By : John Darby
    Make the perfect gift for a special occasion with your cats. This article will confirm the fact that you can have any kind of portrait of animals or pets painted through Portrait Kingdom without missing any detail of your bond with your cats.
  • Redefine Your Space!  By : John Darby
    Portraits and still life oil paintings are highly commendable in redesigning the lifestyle of a certain person. Read through this article so you will know what and where to start for a newer yet classic you.
  • How To Get Reprints Of Some Of The Greatest Art Ever Created  By : Gregg Hall
    Art has long been a favorite pastime. Just as long as art has been around people have been collecting paintings and original pieces of art, many are hard to find and expensive to purchase. In recent years interest in art collections has grown enormously among people of all ages.
  • Keep That Undying Oil Painting Alive  By : John Darby
    Let those oil paintings unmark the demise of classic visual art through this article and know more about this intoxicating work of art, thereby knowing the ways how to optimize your gift-giving qualities.
  • Some Of The Many Different Ways Art Is Expressed  By : Gregg Hall
    Art over the centuries has taken on many forms. From Leonardo DaVinci to Jim Morrison, art can be determined by the desire of others to enjoy a particular form. People have been collecting famous works of art for a long time.
  • Custom Tattoo Designs  By : Zac Parker
    Should you opt for a free design or go all out with a custom design? Right now we'll focus on custom tattoo designs, explore what they are and what the benefits of going custom are.
  • The History Of The German Nutcracker  By : Tony Hartmann
    The real story and the real facts which explain where the german nutcracker of the Ore Mountains comes from and why he has been created ...
  • The Power of Dreams  By : Allen Jesson
    When I look back at my life and see how it has changed in the last ten years, I, for one, can see the power in poetry (and the enormous power that is released when someone follows their dreams).
  • The Saga Of The German Nutcracker  By : Tony Hartmann
    A christmas story your family will love to hear on christmas. It is not only a nice story it is also a true saga many germans know about.
  • The Outrageous Life of Benvenuto Cellini in His Own Words  By : Brenda Harness
    Benvenuto Cellini's outrageous autobiography details his exploits as one of the most talented and colorful artists of the Italian Renaissance mannerist style of art. Commissioned by both kings and popes, Cellini's exploits give us an insight into the life and times of the Renaissance.
  • For That Knee Alone  By : Brenda Harness
    An unspoken competition existed between Italian Renaissance giants Michelangelo and Raphael even as they paid grudging respect to each other in subtle ways.
  • The History of Wood Households  By : Mitch Johnson
    There are many types of things, which are made from different types of woods. Some of these things were barometers, beds, buckets, bureaus a kind of writing desk, etc. These things were used in the ancient times and they were made of walnut, mahogany, etc.
  • How To Take Care Of Your Fresh Tattoos  By : Jason Oickle
    The first thing you need to is remove the bandage/saran wrap from your tattoo after about an hour. Your new tattoo is a wound and it needs to breathe so it can heal.
  • Light House Poster Angels and Demons  By : Chris Campbell
    The ancient Light House of Alexandria which was built in 3 BC, and towered near 400 feet, was one of the last remaining seven wonders of the world.
  • The Nature of Woods  By : Mitch Johnson
    Do you know why the better-marked woods are more preferred from the unmarked ones? They are preferred because of the extreme figuring and marking. There are many stages for the woods to be prepared.
  • How to Get Started in the Art of Stained Glass  By : John Taylor
    Stained glass is an art form which is not only beautiful, but functional as well. Not only is it the centerpiece of many churches and cathedrals, but it has been incorporated into many normally less luxurious items.
  • Buying Stone Art  By : Greg Swartwout
    Few types of artwork are more permanent than art in stone. When you purchase it for someone you care about they will immediately know that your love is undying.
  • The History of English Furniture  By : Mitch Johnson
    Let us get into the history of English furniture. The historical aspect of the wood, the different types of woods in use for making furniture and other things that you find today in the market. Some of the woods date back to sixtieth and seventieth. No matter what has happened to other woods with time, oak is still in great demands and use.
  • The History of European Furniture  By : Mitch Johnson
    Different countries produce different types of woods. And produces different type of furniture each unique in their own styles. And the development of these different styles of wood products was also due to the encouragements from their rulers and influential people.
  • History and The Use of Lacquer  By : Mitch Johnson
    Lacquering became every craftsmans delight to work with. It was first practiced in the Far East for many centuries. Much furniture made in England in the early 1700's was ornamented with this pseudo-oriental lacquer. Their demands gave many imitators a chance to produce fake product to meet the market demand.
  • Great Progress in Italian Ceramic  By : Mitch Johnson
    Great advancement in ceramic has been made after 15th century only. Before this, ceramic was made only for use not for decoration and show. This article will make you know more about the changes and development that comes in the making of ceramic.
  • The Emperors and Their Furniture  By : Mitch Johnson
    Many different periods saw different the introduction and use of different styles. They are unique and different in their own ways
  • The History of Decorative Furnitures  By : Mitch Johnson
    Different kinds of chairs were made with different colors and shapes and sizes. Some of them square, oval backs, shield-shape back, sabre-shape, heart-shape, round, etc. one of the significant part of the eighteenth and nineteenth century furniture were the use of rosewood and the different kinds of paintings and flower carves, and script-writings, etc.
  • Type of Woods and Their Characteristics  By : Mitch Johnson
    There are other woods that are widely used besides these oak, walnut, mahogany and satinwood. Let us have a look at these uncommon woods and their appearances and their uses in our daily life.
  • The History of Oak and Walnut Furniture  By : Mitch Johnson
    The different kings and rulers used different types of woods for their furniture. Like oak were used widely during the Tudor reigns. They mostly used imported furniture, which were both heavy and durable. Jacobean mostly used walnut and Cromwellian used both oak and walnut.
  • The Beginning of Small Furniture  By : Mitch Johnson
    Let us have a look at some of the furniture that we could still find some of them in the museums. Furniture such as the stools which dates back to the twelfth century, tea-tables dating back to the late seventeenth century, serving trays made of mahogany, wine-coolers, a receptacle for cooling wine, writing tables, window stools, and work tables.
  • Auctions of Antique, Modern & Contemporary Drawings  By : John Savage
    Art auctions for drawings are categorized into antique, modern and contemporary.
  • Important and Incredible Products of Woods  By : Mitch Johnson
    Lets have a look at some of the lesser-used wood products. There are many wood products that the common man does not use them in his daily life.
  • Abstract Paintings, You Either Love Them Or Hate Them  By : Gregg Hall
    I'm a buyer and collector of abstract paintings. There are few things I like more than finding ones that appeal to me. My favorite type of painting is done in gouache and I have several favorite artists.
  • Why Folk Art Is So Popular Today  By : Gregg Hall
    I have loved folk art paintings since I was a child. I spent a lot of time with my grandmother and her house was full of them. One of my favorites that she had was done by John Roeder. Maybe it's because I spent a lot of time playing in my tree house, that the trees in the picture appealed to me so much.
  • The Beauty of Watercolors  By : ian Williamson
    For well over two centuries watercolor painting has been an important element within the development of British Art, but only recently has it been given the status that it deserves.
  • How To Buy Paintings For Relatives That They Will Appreciate  By : Gregg Hall
    There are some things you should know that will help to make your gift be better appreciated. There is more to buying a painting for someone than just the right size and color.
  • How To Choose Fine Art Paintings By Realist Painters  By : Gregg Hall
    Realism in art is defined in the same way as it would be in literature; it is the rendering of the subject matter as it really is without being embellished or putting one's personal influence on it.
  • Long Live Those Who Choose the Independent Path in Film Production  By : Michael Connelly
    A discussion about the independent film production process and how some films cross over from the film festival circuit to the major theater circuit.
  • Quality Gear Enhances the Art of Dance  By : Tom Sample
    The uninitiated may not understand the value of good gear, but when it comes to dancing, it's vital.
  • The History of American Painters  By : Dave Poon
    Painting is one of the most interesting forms of art. It depicts life in vivid colors and speaks so much about oneself, the painter's aspirations, his surroundings, and his nation.
  • Take a Piece of America Home  By : Renee Nemerov
    View exciting American landscapes by internationally collected artist, Renee Nemerov
  • Using Art Therapy for Amazing Stress Relief  By : Abbas Abedi
    Learn the important of art in stress relief and management in todays world.
  • A Passion Swells Within My Soul  By : Jaci Rae
    More poetry from Jaci Rae's childhood book of poetry she wrote.
  • Low Budget Filmmakers Must Do Everything Required  By : Michael Connelly
    Award-winning independent filmmaker Michael P. Connelly talks about the commitment that is required to make a low budget movie almost entirely on your own with very little money, with the intention of entering it in film festivals like Sundance, Cannes, Houston Worldfest, etc...
  • Give to Get - A "Free" Music Philosophy  By : Aaron Trubic
    For today's musicians and bands, the music should be a gateway to profit, not the profit center.
  • Edgar Degas - Biography Of The French Artist Renowned For His Figure Painting  By : Bianca Tavares
    A successful and prosperous artist throughout his lengthy career, retaining his popularity up to this very day, this article examines the many Parisian influences that created the hallmarks of one of the most popular French artists renowned for his painting of dancers - Edgar Degas.
  • Using Color to Express Your Creativity  By : ian Williamson
    Colors have an amazing impact on our lives. From the red of our stop signs and traffic lights, to the ever important green of a dollar bill, color is integrated into every facet of our daily adventures. No where is this more clear, than in our art and in our artistic creativity.
  • Vincent Van Gogh - Biography Of A Tormented Dutch Artist  By : Bianca Tavares
    The short life of Vincent Van Gogh was full of torment. This biography sheds some light on the inspiration that produced some of the greatest art masterpieces of the era and the creation of the spirit of Provence in the world-famous sunflower works.
  • Star Tattoos - Why Unique is Better Than Out of The Brochure.  By : Nicky Pilkington
    Article about selecting a star tattoo and why it's important to be serious about it using ones own creativity for personal input in to the tattoo.
  • Adolphe William Bouguereau - Biography of the French Realist Painter  By : Bianca Tavares
    A successful artist throughout his lengthy career, but for years fallen into obscurity, this article once again shines a light on the life of the now highly popular French painter, Adolphe William Bouguereau.
  • Lawrence Alma-Tadema - Biography Of An Artist In The Antique Style  By : Bianca Tavares
    A successful artist throughout his lengthy career, retaining his popularity up to this very day, this article examines the many historical influences that created the hallmarks of one of the most popular European artists and the originator of the antique style of painting - Sir Lawrence Alma-Tadema.
  • Leonardo da Vinci - A Biography of the Renaissance Man  By : Bianca Tavares
    Leonardo da Vinci documented little of his private life. Yet through his work as artist, musician, philosopher, engineer, botanist, anatanomist, mathematician and humanitarian, he is revealed to be truly a man before his time - the quintessential Renaissance man.
  • Four Things You Absolutely Need to Know before Buying an Oil Painting Reproduction  By : David De Groot
    You've decided to invest in a beautiful oil painting reproduction. You have an idea of the type of painting you'd like, but you're still unsure about making the purchase. This anxiety is normal when considering a reproduction purchase for the first time. Knowing the right questions to ask will enable you to make a wise purchase.
  • How 80's Video Games Influence Art Today  By : Gregg Hall
    The nostalgia of the 80's has been simmering in the fashion world for several years. It is perhaps not a surprise that the pop culture of the 80's is also rearing its head in the art world.

    We have seen graffiti, which was once considered a vulgar expression of inner-city youth, become a tool for marketers and embraced as a creative outlet for urban artists.
  • Locate and Secure Gorgeous Art Reproductions  By : David De Groot
    Finding the perfect painting for your home decor is not always easy. If you're an art lover, you probably have a difficult time choosing among the many great paintings available. Many art fans choose oil reproduction paintings instead of originals to get the painting they want at a reasonable price. Oil reproductions are beautiful hand-painted recreations of famous paintings from the past. But even when buying reproductions, choosing the right one can be tough.
  • Cute Tattoo Designs for Women and Current Trends in Women's Tattoos!  By : Sam Smith
    The world of tattoo for women is expanding ata rapid pace. Find out what is hot and what is NOT for custom tattoos for women.
  • Think Before You Ink? You Won't Regret It.  By : Sam Smith
    Take time to plan out your next tattoo and get a custom design done. That way you will never regert the orginal and 100% unique tattoo that you get. Read this article to find out about getting a custom designed tattoo.
  • Creativity is King in the World of Independent Film Production  By : Michael Connelly
    This is an article about low budget filmmakers and their most valuable tool; creativity. The author contends that the playing field on the film festival circuit has been leveled by technological advances and low cost film production equipment, and that anyone with a creative idea and determination can do well with an independent film at contests like the Sundance Film Festival.
  • The Symbolism of an Anchor tattoo  By : Sam Smith
    Interested in the symbolism and meaning behind this popular sailors tattoo? Anchor tattoo have a long history filled with symbolism and meaning. Find out more by reading the article.
  • Various Types of Fences  By : James Hunt
    There are various types of fences and they can be made in a variety of ways. One of the more popular forms of fences is the picket fences...
  • Learn the Basics of Embroidery  By : James Hunt
    What is embroidery? Do you know embroidery? Do you want to learn or do you know the basics but want to learn more...
  • Different Styles and Forms to Abstract Art  By : James Hunt
    Abstract art is known as art that is not an accurate representation of a form or object. What this means is that you will not see a definite shape or figure...
  • Andy Warhol - A Very Popular Commercial Illustrator  By : James Hunt
    Who is Andy Warhol? That name may be very familiar to you. Many of us know who he is but even those that don't know exactly what he did, they do know...
  • Buying Paint for your Workshop and Other Art Supplies  By : James Hunt
    If you're a painter or other type of artist you'll want to have your studio filled with all the art supplies that you need to create your art without running out of supplies...
  • Unique Picture Frame Design and Décor Tips  By : Charles Kassotis
    Check out some of these fun ways to include picture frames in your home's décor.
  • Why Get a Custom Tattoo Design Done by a Professional Tattoo Artist?  By : Sam Smith
    Thinking about getting a new tattoo? Not sure why to pay a little extra to get a custom tattoo design instead of the stock flash in your local shop? Read this article to find out why custom tattooa re the hottest trend in tattooing today.
  • It Takes an Iron Resolve to Make an Independent Film Production Happen  By : Michael Connelly
    This article by Author/Filmmaker Michael P. Connelly is an explanation of what it takes to make an independent film production happen with very limited funds.
  • Dolphin Tattoos: What is the Symbolism Behind Them.  By : Sam Smith
    A lotus flower tattoo? Lotus flower tattoo designs are growing in popularity and make a wonderful tattoo for women. THere are many celebrities that are getting lotus tattoos also. Ever wonder what the symbolism of this tattoo is? What is the meaning behind a lotus flower? Read on to find out.
  • Create a Seasonal Wreath  By : Charles Kassotis
    Make a wreath for your home or office, or send one as a gift to leave your crafty impression in the lives of others.
  • Safeguarding Your Collectibles  By : Charles Kassotis
    Take care to protect your collectibles in a safe environment and discourage their misuse by others in order to keep them lasting longer and looking better.
  • Who is the World's Most Beautiful Woman?  By : Gord Golbeck
    A brief history of beauty pageants and how they are changing in the new millenium.

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