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The Oksana Veber story. Thumbnail

The Oksana Veber story.
Mar 4, 2015 Article by Oksana Veber Follow Oksana Veber!

The Oksana Veber story.                                                                               &nb... Read More »
Oksana Veber, artist painter, Siberia, Prague, London, woman, portrait, freedom,


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Fusion
Mar 3, 2015 Blog by Choko Nakazono Follow Choko Nakazono!

Today, I’ll introduce one of the original methodology :"fusion with Japanese character and cutting-art". Probably an artist working on "fusion with Japanese character and cutting-art" is me alone. I have not watched such an action even in Japan. It is a Japanese paper ”WASHI” called DANSHI that I used this time. DANSHI is made with a process making a Japanese paper by a unique method of construction to crease. It is made by the hand of the Japanese crafts... Read More »
beauty, craft, paper-craft, abstract, contemporary, fusion, collaboration, fine art, delicate


Orange: the color that didn´t exist (Naranja: el color que no existía) Thumbnail

Orange: the color that didn´t exist (Naranja: el color que no existía)
Mar 1, 2015 Blog by Cristina Del Rosso Follow Cristina Del Rosso!

OK; yes, it has always been in the light, and for the people in Orient, but in Occident it was invisible for a long time.. Read more about on my blog! cristinadelrossoenglish.blogspot.com If you want to receive the weekly newsletters, click here. Español: Bueno, sí, siempre existió en el espectro de la luz y para Oriente, pero en Occidente fue invisible por largo tiempo Lee en mi blog los detalles. cristinadelrosso.blogspot.com Si quieres recibir las newsle... Read More »
Orange, naranja, Holanda, Netherlands, Botero, Van Gogh, Meléndez, Delaunay


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Healing Children through Creativity: Art Therapy Training Workshop - San Francisco, CA - March 30 and 31, 2015
Feb 25, 2015 Blog by Catherine Rogers Jonsson Follow Catherine Rogers Jonsson!

Healing Children through Creativity:  Art Therapy Training Workshop      March 30 - 31, 2015 San Francisco, CA   The Fort Mason Center  Building C, Room C205 2 Marina Blvd.      San Francisco, CA www.paintedchild.com General Information The Healing Children through Creativity: Art Therapy Training Workshops introduce counselors, educators, mental health and medical professionals to the basic principles and pra... Read More »
art therapy, art therapy training, art therapy workshop, art therapy children, professional development, expressive therapy, creative therapy


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Healing Trauma through Creativity Workshop - Portland, OR - March 26 and 27, 2015
Feb 25, 2015 Blog by Catherine Rogers Jonsson Follow Catherine Rogers Jonsson!

Healing Trauma Through Creativity Workshop        Portland, OR. March 26 and 27, 2015 Early-bird discount tuition ends March 6, 2015   McMenamin's Kennedy School The Martha Jordan Room   Presented by international trainer and consultant Catherine Rogers Jonsson, MFA, MA, ATR-BC  ATCB Registered Board Certified Art Therapist                   www.paintedchild.com  ... Read More »
art therapy, art therapy workshop, art therapy training, trauma treatment, professional development, creative therapy, expressive therapy


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HOMMAGE for RINPA
Feb 24, 2015 Blog by Choko Nakazono Follow Choko Nakazono!

I’ll introduce a part of my works. The title of the work is  "yamazaki-a" March winds bring forth flowers. It is the image that wind to run through a mountain lets bloom. I have used Japanese paper ”WASHI”, Japanese natural mineral pigment, and silver leaf. WASHI is “FUSUMAGAMI”. The fusuma paper is big paper used for housing part "sliding-door" of the Japanese house. The Japanese ESHI-painter drew a big picture on the sliding paper-door... Read More »


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Fresh faced pensioner and still wet behind the ears
Feb 23, 2015 Blog by gav mayhew Follow gav mayhew!

Hi there. I am new to this blogging business so could someone help me out? How do I attach my images to this blog? I don't understand the URL. I have some great weird and wonderful images that I would like to share with you all so any advice will be appreciated. My gosh - I think I may have got it. The image I think I have ibnserted is called 'Native American' and is one of the images that I have recently up[laoded on this site. Oh it is exciting. I'll try a couple m... Read More »
help, Native American Indian, sculpture, nature


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Book cover illustrations
Feb 21, 2015 Blog by valzart Follow valzart!

Graphic Art / Book Cover Illustrations   I can create any design relative to your needs. Logos,book cover illustrations,cards,graphic & textile designs etc; for you or your business. Authors find a cover and customize it themselves on our site, then the cover is never sold again.   LINK    Read More »
art,book covers,illustrations,horses,paintings,valzart


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Parallax Art Fair
Feb 21, 2015 Blog by Gaya Follow Gaya!

Great news for my art lovers! I am glad to share that my artworks, Timeless and An Amber Intrigue, will be exhibited in London during the twelfth edition of Parallax Art Fair which will take place from February 27 to March 1 at the Chelsea Town Hall, King’s Road. With over 200 artists from around the globe showcasing painting, drawing, sculpture, jewellery, textiles and crafts, Parallax is a remarkable direct encounter between artists and art lovers. If you are in London, visit a... Read More »


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seed
Feb 17, 2015 Blog by Choko Nakazono Follow Choko Nakazono!

I’ll introduce a part of my works. The title of the work is  "seed." It is fusion of cutting art work and the collage. I have some methods, and this is one of the methods. The width of the line of the leaf vein does not have 1mm.... It is acrylic paints that I used this time. Besides, Japanese white-pigment "GOHUN".The hue is  Edo-color.The paper is WASHI "HOHSHI" and "GASENSHI". The image that the seed of the name to be called hope f... Read More »
abstract, collage, beauty, Japanese-taste, fine art, stylish, cool


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A newly drawing
Feb 15, 2015 Blog by Choko Nakazono Follow Choko Nakazono!

I would like to introduce a part of the newly drawing, and my produced WASHI. This time, I have used the Japanese paper"HOHSHI". I have wrinkled this WASHI from crumpling. And I dyed this WASHI with Japanese natural mineral pigment"IWAENOGU" and SUMI.. Furthermore, this WASHI whose surface is covered in silver leaf. I’m going to cut this WASHI in accordance with my newly drawing. It will take one month to finish this work. I would be happy to have many people enjoy... Read More »


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Evolution of a Painting
Feb 14, 2015 Blog by Thomas Pierce Mudd Follow Thomas Pierce Mudd!

The process of working in the abstract can include at various moments in the process elements of serendipity, frustration, despair, elation, peace and confusion to name just a few. Thus getting to the finished piece is rarely a straightforward process. I began taking progress photos of my work before starting a session, initially to see if I changed something for the worse, the idea being that I could get back on track with a good state. Very quickly I realized this was a valuable record to... Read More »
abstract art, painting, creative process


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Acton Public Library
Feb 13, 2015 Blog by Gloria Nilsson Follow Gloria Nilsson!

The exhibit highlights a variety of mediums including original oil, pastel, acrylic and watercolor & ink fine art paintings at the Acton Public Library by award winning artist Gloria Nilsson. Show features land and sea scapes, still life and figurative works, many painted by Nilsson en plein air on location. Exhibit runs through the month of February. Please contact the artist Gloria Nilsson via this website for any inquiries.   Acton Public Library 60 Old Boston Post Road... Read More »
acton public library exhibit, Gloria nilsson, original fine art painting, local connecticut scenes


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A Show of Hands – The Fiber Arts
Feb 13, 2015 Blog by Gloria Nilsson Follow Gloria Nilsson!

Spectrum Gallery presents the work of tri-state artists who use plant, animal, or synthetic fibers to create fine art, decorative and functional home décor, distinctive jewelry and accessories.  "Reach", original fine art painting on silk, hand painted shibori scarf designs and unique jewelry by artist Gloria Nilsson are exhibited at the gallery and store. Jewelry designs feature January and February birthstones. Natural copper neck wire and earrings showcase face... Read More »
spectrum gallery, Gloria nilsson, silk painting, garnet jewelry set, copper neckwire set, amethyst jewelry set, hand painted shibori scarf designs


Ahmadabad’s best property solution (Buy/Sell/Rent or Make) Thumbnail

Ahmadabad’s best property solution (Buy/Sell/Rent or Make)
Feb 12, 2015 Article by mcpl Follow mcpl!

Nowinhome is one point solution for the buy/sell/rent or construction of dream house. Nowinhome.com not only offers you the well define variety in option to choose a dream home, but also helps you “Make” a dream home after buying one. (Email id: info@nowinhome.com, Contact no: +91 9924420011) {020830809VB} Searching a home and the accessories required to make a perfect home was never made so easy. The distinct option of MAKE, gives us variety of options in Furniture&rsqu... Read More »


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Catalogue de l´exposition Energies de la Terre-Mère et Mère Nature Vol.I - Exhibition catalogue Energies of Mother Earth and Nature Vol.I
Feb 11, 2015 Blog by Mariska Ondrich Follow Mariska Ondrich!

Catalogue de l´exposition Energies de la Terre-Mère et Mère Nature Vol.I - Exhibition catalogue Energies of Mother Earth and Nature Vol.I online comme publicaton digitale           as digital publlication https://www.yumpu.com/fr/document/view/36899316/mariska-ma-lart-eco-spirituel-de-la-deesse-terre-et-nature-eco-spiritual-earth-nature-goddess-art-energies-de-la-terre-mere-et-mere-nature-voli-energies-of-mother-earth-and-natu... Read More »
Catalogue de l´exposition Energies de la Terre-Mère et Mère Nature Vol.I, Exhibition catalogue Energies of Mother Earth and Nature Vol.I., MAriska MA, L’art éco-spirituel de la déesse Terre et Nature, Eco-spiritual Earth-Nature Goddess Art, yumpu, publication digitale, digital publication


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RankArt Le Blog
Feb 8, 2015 Blog by Gaya Follow Gaya!

I am glad to share that my interview with RankArt is now published and available for my art lovers. Please feel free to visit RankArt Blog to read the interview and view the images of my paintings. http://www.myrankart.today/fr/blog/k2-user-groups/interviews-des-artistes-rankart/item/425-interview-de-gayane-karapetyan-artiste-rankart Read More »


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Black History Month
Feb 6, 2015 Blog by simone Follow simone!

A lot of us have been working very hard for years. Fighting tiny battles to clear the way. It’s so incredibly exhausting and so incredibly necessary.   "If there is no struggle there is no progress." Frederick Douglass   Black History month, Canadians often remark is the shortest, coldest month of the year. In England, Black History month is in October, the beginning of the school year. I thought for years February was chosen in North America because of M... Read More »
ccjam.ca, community creative jam, simone, simone4king, simone frank, simone, artist talk, simone frank black history month, may chook, family event february 2015, february 18 2015 toronto ontario canada, whole foods, whole foods market


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HO-O SUNAGO
Feb 5, 2015 Blog by Choko Nakazono Follow Choko Nakazono!

I would like to introduce my work “HO-O SUNAGO” You might already know, Japanese paper ”WASHI” is recognized by UNESCO as an Intangible Cultural Heritage. I produce my works with these Japanese paper “WASHI”. WASHI has various kinds by production areas and kind of the trees. These are WASHI named TENGJOU and HOHSHI that have used with this work. These WASHI are made in Kochi and Ehime of known as production areas of  WASHI. TENGJOU is said to be the t... Read More »
abstract, beauty, Japanese traditional, fine art, paper-craft, bird,


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New artwork (January 2015)
Feb 3, 2015 Blog by Emmanuele Cammarano Follow Emmanuele Cammarano!

Wasting time (in a wasted place) Watercolor. cm 30×50. Available. Click to enlarge   >> Buy this painting here. An uncompleted building is used in many ways: walking area for dogs, smoking quiet zone, boat winter parking, but also as painting spot for watercolorists :) This subject is both a cityscape and seascape, I think. The place is Palinuro, Italy. En plein air sketch executed with minimal watercolor palette and a touch of green guache to realize some... Read More »
Italy, sailboats, places, Emmanuele Cammarano