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mohtz: flower, printemps - still life twitter / ig

mohtz: flower, printemps - still life twitter / ig
Tags: Art, Sport, Cycling


I’m teaching at the Morgan next year!

I am so, so very thrilled to announce that I will be teaching a summer workshop at the Morgan Conservatory in Cleveland next year! I am seriously beside myself with happiness! The dates for my workshop have not yet been chosen, so stay tuned to the Events page of my website for the most up-to-date information. I’ll be teaching my Three is a Magic Number workshop, the same one I taught twice at the 2017 Focus on Book Arts conference. If you were interested in my workshop then but couldn’t travel ...
Tags: Art, Education, Leather, Workshop, Cleveland, Bookbinding, Book Arts, Morgan, Elissa, Keith Smith, Morgan Conservatory, West Coast Ohio


Astronaut - paintings by Scott Listfield! So...

Astronaut - paintings by Scott Listfield! So excited for this new book with 232 full color pages measuring 9" x 12.25" featuring a debossed hard cover with a dust jacket. (Want more? See NOTCOT.org and NOTCOT.com) [Author: submitted]
Tags: Design, Submitted, Scott Listfield


AO On-Site – Miami: NADA Miami at Ice Palace Studios Through December 9th, 2018

Myrlande Constant, via Art Observed With the proceedings of Art Week Miami winding on, the halls at the Miami Beach Convention Center continue to draw massive crowds of both buyers and visitors, its luxe appointments and impressive stock of established blue chip works commanding big headlines and even bigger price tags. But across Biscayne Bay, […]
Tags: Art, Show, Miami, Art News, Featured Post, Biscayne Bay, Miami Beach Convention Center, NADA Miami


Christmas Truck

Sculpture of a giant MAZ truck made out of thousands of Christmas lights. Holiday themed Christmas MAZ Truck sculpture located in Minsk, Belarus. Also check out: Godzilla Christmas Tree
Tags: Design, Tech, Minsk Belarus


A Christmas Carol with all new illustrations by Quilter Francine Haskins

Excited to share a new project! Washington DC artist and quilter Francine Haskins has illustrated the holiday classic "A Christmas Carol" with your favorite characters, Scrooge, Jacob Marley, Tiny Tim and the Christmas Ghosts as Black Victorians! I've written an Afterword that showcases nearly 150 Black American, Canadian, and British actors, actresses, directors and playwrights who have shined in this production.Hope you have a look and ENJOY ! Paperback: https://amzn.to/2E7AepqEbook: https://...
Tags: Art, Washington Dc, Kyra, Francine Haskins, Scrooge Jacob Marley Tiny Tim


Impressions of the Uncensored Berlin Exhibition Opening Party

On Thursday we celebrated the opening of our new group exhibition Uncensored Berlin here at Blogfabrik. It was an amazing night bringing together all the artists of the show and many of the muses, performers, and models from the artworks. For me, Uncensored Berlin was one of the most creatively fulfilling endeavors of recent time and I am really proud of what we have accomplished here at Blogfabrik. As many of you know this was not our first exhibition. After animated GIFs, portraits of Berliner...
Tags: Photos, Art, Fashion, Berlin, Party, Daniel, Justin, Alejandro, Volker, Blogfabrik, Olga Khristolyubova, Uncensored Berlin Exhibition Opening Party, Uncensored Berlin, Boesner, Pornceptual Missy Magazine and Daddy Magazine, Andreas Dohmen


The Roxxlyn Brings Marble from Architecture to Eyewear

Marble, the stone of luxury, the choice of the famous sculptor Michelangelo, and the pivotal material for the Rennaissance movement. Marble’s always been a symbol of opulence. It’s used in homes for flooring, mantelpiece sculptures, luxury bathroom fittings, and even found its way into Renault’s EZ Ultimo luxury concept car for the future. Wherever you see marble, it’s always an indication of purity and prosperity.The Roxxlyn wants to bring that feeling to fashion too. Hitherto unused in fashi...
Tags: Deals, Design, Spain, Eyewear, Italy, Popular, Renault, Product Design, Random, Marble, Accessories & Fashion, Michelangelo, UVC, UVA UVB, Nero Marquina, Liguria Italy


Children's fashion - Is your child a trendsetter?

Trendsetters know very well - that how you dress is who you are. Colors and materials we squeeze our bodies in every day are making a statement about our mood, our status, our love situation. For those who just love fashion trends and the overall evolution of fashion design, must know that there is a whole chapter on children's fashion and breathtaking trends, so that your child stands out in the crowd. If you are a fashionable person, it only makes sense that your infants inherit your sense of...
Tags: Design, Trends


Link About It: This Week’s Picks

"Hearables," fungi, the history of both humanity and the bandana and so much more from the web Fungi’s Many Life-Changing Uses While there are 144,000 discovered species of fungi on the planet, there could be many more—millions more, in fact. But finding fungi and sorting out whether or not they contain any useful chemical compounds comes down to chance. The serendipity, scientists argue, is what …
Tags: Wearables, Gender, Science, Design, Africa, Tech, Smartphones, History, Smartwatches, Sculpture, Fungi, Npr, Banksy, Archeology, Sexual Harassment, Linkaboutit


Review: ROI Annual Exhibition 2018 + commentary on pricing

This is my review of the 2018 annual exhibition of the Royal Institute of Oil Painters, following on my from my initial impressions and prizewinners included in 126th Annual Exhibition of the Royal... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]] [Author: Making A Mark]
Tags: Art, Royal Institute Of Oil Painters, Making A Mark


How Old Master Sales Are Like the Tortoise and the Hare

Auction houses are still getting high prices for works from the historic canon, but demand isn’t what it once was.
Tags: Art, News, Auctions, Christie's, Sotheby's, Anthony, Van Dyck, Hals, Frans, Rembrandt Harmenszoon, van Rijn


Top colors for your Christmas Tree

They say your whole year is going to be in the spirit of your Christmas Eve. For good omens, everyone in the world is decorating their Christmas tree, their homes, and front yards. To decide what your year is going to be like, it is important to choose what decor your Christmas will be like - which colors and which materials you will use. If you are looking at a wealthy, elegant 2019, then you should go for gold. Golden decorations, ribbons and twinkle lights will make classy omens for your next...
Tags: Design, Holiday, PRIMARY-CHANNELS, CHANNEL-DIGITAL-ART, Nina Petrov


Belgium’s Africa Museum Had a Racist Image. Can It Change That?

After a five-year overhaul, Belgium’s Africa Museum now acknowledges the injustices of colonialism. But it reopens amid a debate about whether some items should be there at all.
Tags: Art, News, Museums, Belgium, Guido, Brussels (Belgium, Arts and Antiquities Looting, Africa Museum, Belgian Royal Museum for Central Africa, Gryseels


This Year’s Classical Grammy Nominations

The Seattle Symphony leads all orchestras with three nominations — two for its present music director, Ludovic Morlot, in Aaron Jay Kernis’ traditionally shaped Violin Concerto with soloist James Ehnes (in the classical instrumental solo and contemporary composition categories), and one for its future music director, Thomas Dausgaard, in Nielsen’s Symphonies Nos. 3 and 4 (orchestral performance), a strong opening entry for a complete Nielsen cycle. There were no nominations for the Los Angeles ...
Tags: Art, Music, Nielsen, Seattle Symphony, Los Angeles Philharmonic, James Ehnes, Ludovic Morlot, Thomas Dausgaard, Aaron Jay Kernis


Exit Lines: “The Waverly Gallery”

It’s been close to 60 years since Elaine May has officially headlined on Broadway, the last time in tandem with Mike Nichols, her partner in comedy. (Yes, there was Jerome Robbins’ The Office, in 1966, but that closed in previews.) She had other things to do: writing movies (like 1978’s Heaven Can Wait and 1998’s Primary Colors, for which she received Oscar nominations), directing movies (four, all of them worthwhile, including, yes, 1987’s Ishtar), and occasionally acting in them, most recently...
Tags: Amazon, Music, Office, Theatre, Manchester, Broadway, Ellen, Mike Nichols, Woody Allen, Exit Lines, Bob Cashill, Nichols, New York Theatre, Howard, Daniel, Greenwich Village



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