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DRAWING ANIME in an AMERICAN STYLE! Drawing ALL MIGHT!
 
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Watch James Draw 10 Years of the MCU: https://youtu.be/HA9WXv1yKnw And EVERY LIVE ACTION STAR WARS MOVIE EVER! (except for Last Jedi & Solo lol) https://youtu.be/2fr1SKp0_3U Follow James on his social media Networks: http://www.twitch.tv/boxofficeartist/ Snapchat: @boxofficeartist https://www.instagram.com/boxofficeartist/ https://twitter.com/boxofficeartist http://www.facebook.com/theboxofficeartist Music by DJQUADS https://soundcloud.com/aka-dj-quads Check out my Weekly Audio Podcast: itunes https://itunes.apple.com/ca/podcast/the-boxofficeartist-podcast Google Play Music http://boxofficeartist.libsyn.com/gpm Libsyn Classic Feed http://boxofficeartist.libsyn.com/rss Podcast Page http://boxofficeartist.libsyn.com For James Raiz Original Art Commissions: Rates (plus shipping): 9x12 Half Body: $100 11x17 Full Body: $150 Email [email protected] for more details, or more information here: https://goo.gl/MBg7yA For Original Published Comic Book Art, check out my facebook shop: https://www.facebook.com/pg/TheBoxOfficeArtist/shop/ #AllMight #MyHeroAcademia #Anime
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Celebrating the Father of the American Art Furniture Movement: Wendell Castle
 
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American sculptor, artist, educator, and industrial designer Wendell Castle is often referred to as the “father of the art-furniture movement.” His captivating use of color, material, and whimsy in creating unique furniture pieces earned him many awards, international accolades, and installations in museums around the world. From his studio in Scottsville, New York, to his enduring relationship with the Rochester Institute of Technology, Castle made a lifelong commitment to educating and sharing his artistic vision. Sadly, Castle passed away in January 2018. Here, RIT’s Josh Owen and Wendell Castle Studio craftsperson Bridget Sheehan discuss Castle’s work, his approach to design and education, and his enduring legacy in American design. For more great content like this, visit https://www.autodesk.com/redshift
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USA ART CHALLENGES and TRIVIA! - (Feat. TheOdd1sOut!)
 
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Go watch JAMES's Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gIE105f0ejg ➨ Get my APP, Courses, eBooks, Brushes and more: http://www.jazzastudios.com/Shop.php ➨ Check out my ART PRINTS and POSTERS! http://jazzastudios.com/Links/prints.php ➨ MERCH - Shirts, Hoodies and more! http://jazzastudios.com/Links/shirts.php -------------------------------- MORE OF ME! - Follow/Sub ↴ -------------------------------- ▶ DAILY VLOG: https://www.youtube.com/dailyjazza ▶ Instagram+IGTV: https://instagram.com/DrawWithJazza ▶ Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/DrawWithJazza ▶ Twitter: @JosiahBrooks (https://twitter.com/JosiahBrooks) ▶ Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Josiah.Jazza.Brooks -------------------------------- Music by Epidemic Sound (http://www.epidemicsound.com)
Views: 2715461 Draw with Jazza
Cardi B Explores ASMR | W Magazine
 
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In this Celebrity #ASMR interview, rapper Cardi B explores autonomous sensory meridian response with whispers and sounds. The award-winning musician quietly chats about her chart-topping song 'Bodak Yellow' and motherhood while petting a rug and fooling around with a children's toy. Captured on Google Pixel 3 #CardiB Still haven’t subscribed to W on YouTube? ►► http://bit.ly/wyoutubesub ABOUT W The Who, What, Where, When, and Why in the world of fashion and style. W provides the ultimate insider experience with an original, provocative approach to art, culture, videos, travel, fashion, and beauty. Cardi B Explores ASMR | W Magazine
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Philadelphia Fine Art Fair 2019 Recap
 
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Philadelphia Fine Art Fair (PFAF) closed its first edition on Sunday, April 7, 2019, bringing established, local collectors resulting in strong sales for the fair’s 34 exhibitors who presented established contemporary work. Thousands were in attendance over the course of the 4-day event, including representatives from major local publications, like John M. Colabelli, Publisher of Philadelphia Style Magazine and well-known collectors like Cecily Sherman, Babette Snyder and Jerry Wind, among others. Applications are now being accepted: https://philfinartfair.com The inaugural fair presented 34 international exhibitors hailing from 19 cities, featuring 300 renowned artists from around the world, including Cuba, Latin America, and Europe. Held in the historic 23 rd Street City Troop Armory, PFAF outfitted the space with the high-level production typical of an international art fair. Rick Friedman, Philadelphia Fine Art Fair’s Director, commented: “There is a vibrant arts community here in Philadelphia, with world class museums, art schools, and an avid collector base but the region was lacking a contemporary art fair to call its own. This show connected our fantastic line up of exhibitors to the contemporary arts community of Philadelphia, bringing a unique opportunity to local collectors to discover exciting work by emerging and established artists from around the world. I’m grateful we were able to offer this experience to the community and bring Philadelphia its own contemporary art fair.” Sales throughout the weekend were active, with gallerists reporting artworks ranging between $3,000 – $30,000 selling particularly well. Booths that showcased special exhibitions, like Rojas Ford Fine Art’s Latin American Masters Pavillion or Walker Fine Art’s “Magical World of MC Escher” display brought in immense interest and sold well. PFAF closed after a weekend of special programming including panel discussions, book signings, artist Q&As with David Datuna, Chad Fisher, and Hunt Slonem and a film screening. VIP tickets were quickly sold out ahead of the fair and on Thursday night VIP guests were treated to a top-tier party co-hosted by artnet and Philadelphia Style Magazine. The weekend not only brought in many art patrons and established collectors from the Main Line and Philadelphia, but emerging collectors who have taken an interest in contemporary art. Exhibitors were particularly impressed by how knowledgeable the fairgoers were and local gallerists were thrilled to be introduced to an entirely new and passionate collector base. The weekend not only brought in many art patrons and established collectors from the Main Line and Philadelphia, but emerging collectors who have taken an interest in contemporary art. Exhibitors were particularly impressed by how knowledgeable the fairgoers were and local gallerists were thrilled to be introduced to an entirely new and passionate collector base.
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Lichtenberg Burning Art - Native American Style Flutes - Start to Finish
 
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**** WARNING **** **** LICHTENBERG BURNING CAN BE DEADLY OR CAUSE SEVERE INJURY **** ***** DO NOT ATTEMPT ***** We recently purchased two Western Cedar Native American Style flute kits from Stellar Flutes in Shelton, Washington. In this video, we completely assemble, shape, burn, and tune these beautiful pieces. Please like us on Facebook page and see more of our work: https://www.facebook.com/DragonsBreathUSA/ Flute Kits provided by Stellar Flutes - http://shop.stellarflutes.com Pre Bored kit available at: http://shop.stellarflutes.com/PreBoredKit_s/1846.htm Background music provided with permission by: Allen Bruce Ray - https://youtu.be/9gy5lkApqcU
2012 Henry Taylor - African American Artist Profile - W Magazine & New York Times
 
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www.jaxsprats.com Jaxsprat's Unique Collectibles "If it's unique we have it" http://www.ioffer.com/i/rare-calvin-waller-burnett-signed-nude-oil-painting-140599877 http://www.addoway.com/viewad/1984-The-best-of-Bob-Marley... Henry Taylor, who lives in Los Angeles, paints fast, loose and sensuously on canvases great and small. Portraiture is his work's center of gravity. His subjects include friends, relatives, acquaintances from the art world and off the street, and heroes from the worlds of sports and politics. Along the way he takes in downbeat cityscapes patrolled by cop cars and envisions allegories of spiritual trauma in the Land of the Free. http://www.nytimes.com/2012/02/03/arts/design/henry-taylors-portraits-and-other-paintings-at-moma-ps1.html?_r=1&ref=arts Filmmaker Claudio Conti turns his Camera on unconventional but truly original African American Artist Henry Taylor for this Documentary Portrait currently airing on Wmag.com as part of a series on LA Artists for W Magazine's November 2011 Art Issue. http://www.bonanza.com/listings/1971-SIGNED-NUMBERED-ADEMOLA-OLUGEBEFOLA-FAMILY-PRINT/40455066 Subscribe to our channel. Follow us on twitter https://twitter.com/jaxsprats Join our facebook fan page https://www.facebook.com/pages/Jaxsprats-Unique-Collectib... http://www.bonanza.com/listings/FRAZIER-CERAMIC-JAMAICA-P... http://www.bonanza.com/listings/RARE-ILAN-HASSON-ISRAEL-J... http://www.ecrater.com/p/5501221/signed-roslyn-original-watercolor-children
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What Students in PARIS are ACTUALLY wearing | ART SCHOOL
 
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Hi! Today I’m taking you inside my French Art school to show you what students in Paris are actually wearing! Inspired by the series by Lexie Lombard, “What highschoolers are actually wearing”, filmed in LA and other cities around the USA, I decided to reincarnate the theme in Europe by showcasing the French/Parisian aesthetic. Personally, I think that the “French girl style” has been stereotyped as very minimal (thanks to French new wave cinema)—so I decided to use my unique situation as an American student in Paris to show you how Parisians really dress! My own fashion is thought of as quite “extra” in France (lots of color and 80s/90s patterns clothes hauls), and I used to think Parisians dressed chic, for sure, but with out much eccentricity…but that is until I went to art school ;) For non French people, the French can be a bit mysterious—especially in a school setting so I decided to not just film the student’s OOTDs or looks, but also interview them. The interviews are in French with English subtitles (and took me so long to do—wow) but it was worth the trouble because this way you can follow along! What you will find is a diverse group of young internationals and a very interesting lookbook—from “norm core” to Art hoe Aesthetic to French guys in thrift store dresses. Althought there are some wild cards, it’s true that there are still quite a few minimalists and simple androgyne style. It was very interesting to me to see that most students got their clothes from thrift shops (or Friperies as they call them) like Emmaus or Guerrisol (sort of like Goodwill) or fast fashion stores like Zara or H & M. . It’s also really enlightening to learn each individuals relationship to fashion and the effects of their environment on their personal identity. Here are the questions I asked: Who are you? Where do you go shopping in Paris? Where are your clothes from? Do you think it’s hard to dress like what you want in France with out getting judged? I really liked doing these interviews and will continue to interview French people around Paris and explore the place that clothing and style through personal expression has in my life. Thanks for watching & make sure to Subscribe for more content in French/English! Want more? Here is a link to other places you can find me online! MY SOCIAL MEDIA: Instagram: _purple_palace Follow me on depop! @purplepalace SOCIALS OF PPL IN VIDEO instagrams! @adam_bld @_purple_palace @almajelavy @lilyflume @Sarah.daria @Vincentrasclard @pchaedalle @pchaebiole @javasphr @reibrab @zekharia (if not listed they either don’t have an insta or don’t want to be listed!) ❤️❤️ MUSIC: LE TIGRE DECEPTACON, DJ QUADS, YELLOW DAYS oui je sais que c'est Montreuil et non pas Montreal (et c'est toute con car je travailler avant à Montreuil--juste une typo que je ne peux pas corriger malheureusement haha!) Blog: www.WitchyParis.com Down below are some FAQS that I get. I do accept video requests in the comments (but won't promise sh*t) and almost always reply back! FAQS What kind of camera do you use? Canon G7X What video software do you use? Final Cut pro X How often do you post? I try to post a Paris vlog at least once a week! What do you study? I study Fine art/multimedia. You can see my work here: @_purple_palace Why do you live in France? I moved to Paris to be an Au pair and then met my love (as you do in France) and then got married and built a life here :) Is Paris safe? This is such a broad question but in short--yes and no! Check out my video: Biggest French culture shock to understand what I mean... Do you speak French fluently? Yes, check out some of my videos completely in French Where do you live in France? Paris Why did you start youtube? Because I miss speaking in English and I wanted to build a community where I share a bit of my experience as an American abroad/help people? Plus it's fun AF How can I get a visa to France? it depends on what your goals are..Check out my video on how to move to France on a budget to get some ideas on visas, etc. Can we collaborate? I love the idea of collaborating and if you think our channels could vibe well and your in the Paris region please send me a mail! What arrondissement of Paris is the best? The 20th, duh ;) Where do you shop in France? Thrift stores like guerrisol are my favourite..Check out my video "Come thrifting with me in Paris" to see more. See you guys soon and stay inspired!!
Views: 1006247 The Purple Palace
A Day In The Life Of A Sushi Master • Tasty
 
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From breaking down huge fish to serving guests exquisite sushi, Chef Nozomu Abe from Sushi Noz takes us on a journey through his everyday life. Go behind the scenes to see what it really takes to be a true sushi master, day after day. Subscribe to Tasty: https://bzfd.it/2ri82Z1 About Tasty: The official YouTube channel of all things Tasty, the world's largest food network. From recipes, world-class talent, and top-of-the-line cookware, we help connect food lovers in every way they interact with food. Connect with Tasty: Like us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/buzzfeedtasty Follow us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/buzzfeedtasty/ Follow us on Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/tasty Check out our website: https://www.tasty.co/ Shop the Tasty Kitchenware line: https://t.co/0dPSuobra7 Subscribe to Tasty Newsletters: https://www.buzzfeed.com/newsletters/tasty Credits: https://www.buzzfeed.com/bfmp/videos/73310 MUSIC SFX Provided By AudioBlocks (https://www.audioblocks.com) Licensed via Audio Network EXTERNAL CREDITS Nozomu Abe https://www.sushinoz.com/ https://www.youtube.com/c/buzzfeedtasty
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The Artist: John Brickels
 
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"John Brickels has been creating stoneware sculpture for over 35 years. His falling barn sculptures, teetering urban row houses and collapsed rust-belt factories celebrate the hidden beauty of entropy. "Brickels' award-winning sculptures are held in many private and corporate collections. His work has been featured in Ceramic Monthly, American Style Magazine, The Boston Globe, Art and Perception, and The New York Times. He has exhibited with the Smithsonian Institute, the Sculpture Objects and Fine Craft Show (SOFA) in New York City, and the International Orton Cone Box Show." -brickels.com
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Yun Gee: Eastern Vitality Meets American Art
 
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An artistic journey urged Chinese artist Yun Gee to New York in the 1930s. Learn More: http://www.sothebys.com/en/auctions/2017/modern-contemporary-art-evening-sale-hk0736.html Download The Sotheby’s App:https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/sothe... FOR MORE NEWS FROM SOTHEBY’S Newsletter: http://www.sothebys.com/en/news-video Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/sothebys/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/sothebys Twitter: https://twitter.com/sothebys Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/ Weibo: www.weibo.com/sothebyshongkong WeChat: sothebyshongkong Snapchat: Sothebys
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A Conversation About Turquoise with Gene Waddell
 
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Editor Joshua Rose chats with gallery owner Gene Waddell about turquoise and Native American jewelry.
Pulitzer Prize Winning Art Critic Jerry Saltz Interview with Glenn O'Brien | Tea At The Beatrice
 
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Senior art critic and columnist for New York magazine sits with Glenn O'Brien to discuss the current state of art criticism, what he's most excited about in the art world right now, and why he dropped out of art school and drove trucks instead. Watch the full Glenn O'Brien Interview Series here: ► https://m2m.tv/tea-at-the-beatrice-with-glenn-obrien Watch More Interviews: ► https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AuxZqFoA5As&index=3&list=PLaT9mKYgyGNYRtrxPT27xnW-qMuaRJSGT&t=0s Subscribe to Made To Measure! ► https://www.youtube.com/c/MadeToMeasure?sub_confirmation=1 -------------------------- Get even more M2M: Visit: ► http://www.m2m.tv Watch on Apple TV, Roku and more: ► http://m2m.tv/where-to-watch Download our iOS app: ► http://bit.ly/M2MApp Like us on Facebook: ► https://www.facebook.com/m2m Follow us on Instagram: ► http://instagram.com/m2m Follow us on Twitter: ► http://www.twitter.com/m2m -------------------------- FASHION NOW STREAMING Made to Measure (M2M) is a new fashion video network. M2M covers the world of fashion and style - past, present and future - through fresh and culturally relevant storytelling. M2M features original programming, classic fashion films and runway shows from the world’s top designers. M2M’s original series and documentaries highlight the people, issues, trends, and events that have defined and transformed the fashion landscape. Subscribe to Made To Measure! ► https://www.youtube.com/c/MadeToMeasure?sub_confirmation=1
Japanese VS American Nail Art!
 
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Japanese VS Western Nail Art! --- Hey guys! In today's nail art tutorial, Minnie will be showing you some of the differences in Asian versus American nail art trends! As you guys know, Minnie is from Japan, so she will be voicing the Japanese-inspired nail art portion in Japanese!! :) We hope you guys enjoy this special nail art video. Please give it a thumbs up if you liked it and let us know if you have any video requests and we'll try to do them for you! :D ❤ SUBSCRIBE to CutePolish so you never miss a nail tutorial! http://www.youtube.com/cutepolish?sub_confirmation=1 ❤ SUBSCRIBE to Minnie's channel for more nail art videos by her! http://www.youtube.com/nailbees?sub_confirmation=1 ★ SHOP the CutePolish x NCLA Nail Polish Collection! - TARGET [US ONLY!] http://www.target.com/p/ncla-cutepolish/-/A-51902320 - NCLA [WORLDWIDE!] http://www.shopncla.com/collections/ncla-x-cutepolish ★ DOWNLOAD & PLAY Polish Blast for FREE on iPhone & Android! http://www.cutepolishblast.com [It’s the #1 game app for nail polish lovers] _ ♡ NAIL POLISHES USED ♡ ✦ HAVING A POLISH BLAST: NCLA (http://www.shopncla.com/collections/ncla-x-cutepolish/products/having-a-polish-blast) ✦ FACE REVEAL: NCLA (http://www.shopncla.com/products/face-reveal) ✦ CRYSTAL BALL: NCLA (http://www.shopncla.com/collections/ncla-x-cutepolish/products/crystal-ball) ✦ Orchid, Cyan, Wanderlust, Rose, Honey Dew, Sorbet, Metallic Mush, Cherish, Water Melon, Fairy Floss, Top Coat, Matte Top Coat: Picture Polish ✦ Base Coat, Alpine Snow, Black Onyx, Unfrost My Heart, My Favorite Ornament: OPI ✦ Indigo Indio Gel Polish: Bundle Monster ✦ Sheer White, Dark Blue nail polish: Minnie’s DIY Nail Polish ♡ Other Tools ♡ ✦ Star Shaped Stickers ✦ Makeup Sponge ✦ Nail Aprons (Mitty) ✦ Dotting Tool ✦ Flocking Powder (Amazon) ✦ Sticky Tape ✦ Mermaid Powder (Sunshine Babe) ✦ Circle Nail Vinyls ✦ French Nail Guide ✦ Gold Studs ✦ Gold Line Tape _ ★ TIPS & TRICKS YOU NEED TO KNOW: ✦ 42 Nail Hacks All In One Video: https://youtu.be/AFB4_8-XlCc ✦ Apply & Remove Gel Polish At Home Perfectly: https://youtu.be/8qMpyCKzzS4 ✦ Paint Your Nails Perfectly: https://youtu.be/1Ozq-QXgBiw ✦ Grow Your Nails Fast: https://youtu.be/BZQ8DYovuWM ✦ How To Avoid Smudging Your Nail Art: https://youtu.be/3ZdztKD-0Ak ✦ 5 Ways to Stop Biting Your Nails: https://youtu.be/kPDnYSDSrnw ✦ Shape Your Nails Perfectly Square: https://youtu.be/H4BgMP3EpW0 ✦ Fix A Broken Nail Fast: https://youtu.be/w6sxioDGETc ✦ Prep Your Nails Before Painting Them: https://youtu.be/mCQIqSKa8Bw ✦ Dry Your Nails Fast: https://youtu.be/FX-ZN1xTMaA ✦ Easily Remove Glitter Nail Polish: https://youtu.be/A74559KNcv0 ✦ My Nail Care Routine: https://youtu.be/g4q8DIJjxgQ ✦ 5 Steps To Growing Long, Strong, and Beautiful Nails: https://youtu.be/oxaVExvX8iw ✦ 5 Ways To Clean Up Your Nails Perfectly: https://youtu.be/B220VdggVC8 _ Sandi’s equipment to her create videos! ♡ CAMERA USED TO FILM: http://amzn.to/1QpLEpN ♡ CAMERA USED FOR PHOTOS: http://amzn.to/24fMv0h ♡ LIGHTING: http://amzn.to/24fMWI2 ♡ VIDEO EDITING PROGRAM: http://amzn.to/1KZX80y _ If you recreate any of these nail designs, show us using the hashtag #cutepolish! INSTAGRAM → http://www.instagram.com/cutepolish TWITTER → http://www.twitter.com/cutepolish FACEBOOK → http://www.facebook.com/cutepolish _ Thank you so much for watching! Love you guys ❤ _ CutePolish is the original nail art channel of YouTube. Sandi Crystal Ball keeps her fans on top of the hottest nail art designs, DIY nail techniques, and latest nail polish styles that are currently trending. She has been teaching them easy ways to pull-off impressive nail art looks since the beginning of 2010. CutePolish has recently expanded to include 4 more of the internet's top nail artists. Hannah, Juli, Minnie, and Miri have all joined Sandi to help bring new DIY nail art design videos every week. For business and media inquiries, please send an email to: [email protected]
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SIX BLACK YOUTUBE ARTISTS THAT YOU SHOULD KNOW #Blackhistorymonth
 
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!!!READ DESCRIPTION!!! There is a growing amount of minority YT Artists on this site that happen to be black. I feel like talking about 6 of my favorite YT Artists in this video! The majority of people has seen them but who knows now since there are more YT Artists than before lol. Black content creators are even small in this Art Community, but we are growing and are giving our magic to the world! Dammit that was cheesy but whatever lmao. CartoonBlock's Channel https://www.youtube.com/user/cartoonblock Whyt Manga https://www.youtube.com/user/WhytMangaTV Love Teacup Kisses https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCSJGuCzhzt-W3A5MtG-LK5Q Nautica Williams JAWS https://www.youtube.com/user/NauticaWilliamsJAWS Penguin Esk https://www.youtube.com/user/LilBabyCrissy Nyrelle Busby https://www.youtube.com/user/NyrelleBusby Her shop: http://www.storenvy.com/stores/924218-nyrelle-busby Background Music: You Like It - Vibe Tracks Other Way - Otis McDonald Phofe for Life - Otis McDonald ~~~~~~xxxx~~~~~ My Tapastic Account http://tapastic.com/xxmimixx2 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- BUY MY MERCHANDISE http://society6.com/mimisephora -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- If anyone is willing to commission me, I'm always open. Here's the link for more information.: http://xxmimixx2.deviantart.com/journal/Point-Commissions-and-Commishs-Prices-308108030 For business inquiries, here's my email: [email protected] Twitter: https://twitter.com/sebastianlova Tumblr: http://xxmimixx2.tumblr.com/ Pixiv Page: http://www.pixiv.net/member.php?id=642922 Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/xxmimixx2 VLOGGING CHANNEL: https://www.youtube.com/user/MimiTheGamer --------------------------------------------------------------------------------- SUBSCRIBE TO ME! You won't Regret it! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=XxmimixX2
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Painting a Native American Indian Girl in Acrylic Paint
 
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***This is for SALE on Saatchiart! *** http://www.saatchiart.com/art/Painting-Native-American-Indian-Girl/782645/2941156/view Painting a portrait of a native American indian girl/woman in a contemporary art style. Total Time: 44 minutes Thank you for watching and Subscribe! You can follow me on facebook, instagram and society6 (links below) FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/Jonathan.Stephen.Harris FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/JSHStudioGallery INSTAGRAM: http://instagram.com/jonathanstephenharris SOCIETY6: http://society6.com/JSHarts ETSY: https://www.etsy.com/shop/JSHartgallery SaatchiArt: http://www.saatchiart.com/jsh MUSIC: "Burner" by YouTube Audio Library https://www.youtube.com/audiolibrary/music
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Billie Eilish Watches Fan Covers on YouTube | Glamour
 
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On this episode of "You Sang My Song," Billie Eilish watches fan covers on YouTube Music of her songs "Lovely," “Ocean Eyes," "Bellyache," "When the Party's Over," idontwannabeyouanymore," and "you should see me in a crown." Fans react to Billie watching their music. Watch the covers here: Lovely: Aye! It's XAÉ - https://music.youtube.com/watch?v=IVeZad7OU78 Arianna Worthen - https://music.youtube.com/watch?v=HSMAUXsU6Fk Lynnea M. - https://music.youtube.com/watch?v=1HWcr2AyoKc Ocean Eyes: Keara Graves and Alyssa Baker - https://music.youtube.com/watch?v=r-Lwkn4VTJI The Theorist - https://music.youtube.com/watch?v=ZLna9zsiLjw Bellyache: Daisy Clark - https://music.youtube.com/watch?v=ldMJRZTNdnQ When the Party's Over: Abbey Glover - https://music.youtube.com/watch?v=O3AXhL3xy1I idontwannabeyouanymore: Wei Nin - https://music.youtube.com/watch?v=HRCdVJHHq90 you should see me in a crown: Sophie Pecora - https://music.youtube.com/watch?v=dP1RA74oIWA Social Repose - https://music.youtube.com/watch?v=qDU-y4GeAOI Still haven’t subscribed to Glamour on YouTube? ►► http://bit.ly/2gYlQqe Billie Eilish Watches Fan Covers on YouTube | Glamour
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Gunna - ODDLY SATISFYING ART VIDEO iPad & Procreate
 
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Ceramic Artist Cliff Lee: American Craft Magazine Extra
 
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We caught up with ceramist Cliff Lee at the 2015 ACC Baltimore craft show. The neurosurgeon-turned-potter talks about his life, its unique challenges, and the joy he finds in meeting customers and other artists.
Meet the Artist:  Texture Painter Dena Tollefson Interviewed by Voyage Dallas Magazine
 
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Come join professional artist Dena Tollefson in her art studio! Thank you to Charles Wright, Editor of Voyage Dallas Magazine for publishing this this interview about my art background and inspirations. Here is a link to the article voyagedallas.com/interview/meet-dena-tollefson Find Dena Tollefson's favorite art supplies at https://www.amazon.com/shop/dena_tollefson As an Amazon Influencer, Tollefson receives compensation at no additional cost to you. My technique can be done in either oil paint and acrylic paint. Tollefson uses both palette knives and spoons to paint 3D, touchable, textured works of art on canvas. Be sure to subscribe to her channel for more painting tips. Learn more at her website https://www.denatollefson.com Tollefson is a Christian and her artwork is positive message, uplifting and healing. Collectors use her paintings for meditation, calming, and healing thought. Artist’s Statement: I am a Colorist and am known for contemporary realism focusing on botanicals and landscapes, especially ponds, flowers and skies. My sky paintings are my idea of how God created Earth with one breath. Every morning and every evening He creates a new sky for us. I employ vigorous brushwork and texture through the palette knife in my work so that people may experience along with me the "feel" of the painting. I find mosaics fascinating how the individual pieces all contribute to the whole- I want my paintings to have a similar idea where overlapping petals of paint all stand on their own and then contribute to the total. My work known as "Daubism" is created using a palette knife where each stroke of color is isolated from the others. Most paintings will have hundreds of different colors, these colors are all individually hand-mixed from a limited set of colors creating unique colors which relate to one another. I am striving for a sensual, tactile surface in paint." "I am always excited when someone connects with my artwork- I am delighted to share a vision of color and beauty with my collectors"- Dena Tollefson Dena Tollefson is an American artist whose bold contemporary paintings focus on joyful use of color, texture and movement, creating a low relief effect in paint- a hybrid between low relief sculpture, mosaic, and traditional painting. She is known for floral painting, especially how to paint sunflowers. Dena Tollefson (nee Dena Schaefer), born 1965, is a full-time, professional artist. Tollefson graduated from Iowa State University in 1988 and lived in Dallas Texas before returning to Iowa in 1991 where she developed her unique, highly textured painting style. She lives in Cedar Rapids, Iowa with her husband and family. Tollefson is represented in galleries nationally in New Mexico, California, Iowa, Wisconsin and Illinois. Her "Daubism" body of work is a unique process she developed, where "daubs" of individually mixed paint are applied with a palette knife. The largest daubs are applied with a serving spoon, allowing ridges of paint which catch the light and appear to dance and scintillate as the viewer moves past the painting. Tollefson’s work focuses on botanicals, ponds, skies, and her Corn Series of work, biographies where people are depicted as ears of corn. Her work is highly tactile. Museum, Corporate & Selected Private Collections Cedar Rapids Museum of Art, Cedar Rapids, IA. Farm Credit Services Omaha, NE Terso Solutions Corporation Madison, WI Iowa Department of Human Services, Cedar Rapids, IA Genesis Hospital, Davenport, IA Monsanto Corporation St Louis, MO Ronald McDonald Facility/Unity Point Health Cedar Rapids, IA Ruberry, Stalmack and Garvey Law Firm Chicago, IL Marion Arts Council Marion, IA Mercy Hospital Cedar Rapids, IA PCI Cardiologists Inc., Cedar Rapids, Iowa St Luke’s Hospice Cedar Rapids, IA StarcomMediaVest CEO, Chicago, IL St Luke’s hospital, Cedar Rapids, IA. United Fire and Casualty Owner, Cedar Rapids, IA Mableton Bank, Mabelton, GA Lil’ Drug Stores CEO, Scottsdale, AZ Two of Dena Tollefson's paintings are in the permanent collection of the Cedar Rapids Museum of Art. Her work hangs publicly and in private collections throughout the world.
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American Craft Magazine August/September 2018 Trailer
 
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The August/September issue of American Craft celebrates color, featuring LA artist Jen Stark's dizzying creations, Lite Brite Neon's booming business, Doug Johnston's magnificent baskets, craft in Cleveland, a preview of the American Craft Show in San Francisco, and more. craftcouncil.org/magazine
American Art Decor Rolling Barn Door Chalkboard Bulletin Board Organizer | American Art Decor
 
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https://shop.americanartdecor.com/collections/chalkboards/products/wood-metal-chalkboard-message-board-with-barn-doors American Art Decor Rolling Barn Door Chalkboard Message Board Add some country charm to your home decor with this clever barn door chalkboard organizer message center. Embodying a true mix of rustic and contemporary, this piece showcases the lovely interplay of distressed wood and metal existing side by side. The classic combination of wood and metal is one of the most iconic elements of farmhouse decor, yet these timeless materials also make it easy to incorporate into a wide variety of styles. The centered chalkboard is sandwiched between two columns of gorgeous galvanized sheets of metal, leaving ample space for additional sticky notes and such. Plus, if you decide to close the barn doors, it cleans up the clutter and serves as a beautiful home decor piece. And with keyhole slots for easy hanging, set-up is a breeze. Add some country-chic style to your contemporary kitchen with a staple piece that provides great function and form. PRODUCT SPECS: Dimensions: 31.75" W x 32.25" H x 2.25" D Door dimensions: 7.75" W x 28" H x .375" D Chalkboard dimensions: 27.75" H x 13.75" W Weight: 12.9 lbs FEATURES/BENEFITS: Large message area - Lots of room for recipes, grocery lists, or leaving cute little notes for loved ones, this countrified chalkboard has room for it all. Rolling barn doors - Cover up your messages or that recipe you jotted down in a hurry with these cleverly designed sliding barn doors; giving this piece extra charm and notoriety. Country charm - Planked wood and distressed metal bring a rustic farmhouse look to your home. Versatile - Whether you use it for the kitchen, game room or garage, this clever message board will fit in nicely no matter where you find a home for it. Easy to hang - Outfitted with keyhole slots for easy installation, this message board is a breeze to set up.
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Whitney Biennial 2017: Henry Taylor
 
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Henry Taylor makes paintings that confront the increasingly visible racial tensions between law enforcement and the communities they serve. In this studio visit, he discusses his process and source imagery.
HISTORY OF IDEAS - Romanticism
 
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Romanticism is a historical movement that still hugely colours how we tend to feel and look at the world: it’s responsible for the way we approach love, nature, business and children. This is its history. If you like our films take a look at our shop (we ship worldwide): http://www.theschooloflife.com/shop/all/ Please help us to make films by pressing Subscribe: http://tinyurl.com/o28mut7 Produced in collaboration with Marcus Round http://www.marcusround.com #TheSchoolOfLife
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Lisa Palombo "UnFurling"
 
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Watch Contemporary American Impressionist Lisa Palombo paint irises in the world renowned Presby Memorial Iris Gardens (Montclair, NJ U.S.A.). She takes the painting, "Unfurling" to finish in her studio gallery. For more information on the artist visit www.lisapalombo.com, [email protected] Credit: Production by Michael Laddey @ BlackBoard, Hoboken, NJ Contemporary American Impressionist Lisa Palombo began her formal art education at the age of nine while spending summers at the acclaimed Rhode Island School of Design (RISD). She later graduated from RISD with honors. She also completed graduate studies in Fine Art at the European Honors Program in Rome, Italy. Palombo produces magical florals, waterscapes, still lifes and equine art in a unique style that is unmistakable in her expressive brushwork and fearless use of color. She is considered a master of color and the natural form. Palombo not only paints, but also regularly blogs and speaks at public venues. Her work has been featured on more than 40 book covers, including several New York Times bestsellers as well as showcased in Art & Antiques Magazine, Southern Living, The Artist’s Magazine, American Art Review and a Columbia Pictures movie, The Bounty Hunter. Palombo is listed in the National Museum of Women in the Arts, Washington, D.C., and the Marquis Who’s Who in American Art. Her paintings are featured in the books The Best of Oil Painting, Exploring Color, The Best of American Oil Artists (Vol. II) and Lisa Palombo: American Impressionist. Her work can also be found in select galleries and in private and corporate collections throughout the U.S.A.
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Billie Eilish: Same Interview, One Year Apart | Vanity Fair
 
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On October 18th, 2017, after a busy day of promotional interviews in New York City, Billie Eilish met with Vanity Fair to discuss the 15-year-old’s breakthrough success. On October 18th, 2018, after a long day of pre-tour rehearsals, Billie spoke with VF again to answer the exact same questions and look back at a time capsule of her answers from last year. Her Instagram follower count grew from 257K to 6.3 million. She went from playing crowds of 500 fans to playing arenas for more than 40,000. See how Billie’s life changed over the last year. Listen to a recomposition of Billie's "Ocean Eyes" here: https://soundcloud.com/orbitalmusicandsound/ocean-eyes-recomposed-by-orbital Directed and Interviewed by Joe Sabia Produced by Jeff Kornberg Still haven’t subscribed to Vanity Fair on YouTube? ►► http://bit.ly/2z6Ya9M ABOUT VANITY FAIR Arts and entertainment, business and media, politics, and world affairs—Vanity Fair’s features and exclusive videos capture the people, places, and ideas that define modern culture. Billie Eilish: Same Interview, One Year Apart | Vanity Fair
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Native American Blankets with Mark Sublette of Medicine Man Gallery
 
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Native American Art magazine sits down with Mark Sublette, the owner of Medicine Man Gallery in Tucson, Arizona, to discuss weavings, particularly Navajo blankets.
Black Art in America 5 Tips for Artists If You're Not Ready for PrimeTime
 
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BLACK ART IN AMERICA™ (BAIA) is a leading online portal and network focused on African-American Art with visitors from over 100 countries visiting our site each month and about half a million visitors to our social media pages. Check out the resources below for more info. ** Resources ** Become a Patreon www.patreon.com/blackartinamerica Educational Resources blackartinamerica.com/index.php/educ…nal-resources/ FREE course on Getting Started Collecting Art tinyurl.com/startcollectingart Visit our Curated Shop shopbaiaonline.com/ Buy and Sell Black Art in our Marketplace buyblackart.com/ **Social** Facebook www.facebook.com/BlackArtInAmerica/ Instagram www.instagram.com/blackartinamerica_ Twitter twitter.com/baiaonline **Our Website** blackartinamerica.com/
Traditional Quilts: An American Art | Pottery Barn
 
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Quilt making is an old American art. The craft of quilt making dates back to more than three centuries and is reflective of the varied cultural and demographic interpretations of art within the country. In this video, Antique Quilt Expert Robert Shawn explains the tradition of American quilting in detail. According to Shawn, the art of quilt making in America has deep roots in the American way of life. The traditional quilts are still made with the help of handmade techniques. Pottery Barn has a huge collection of handmade quilts which bring together different materials and textures. Shawn says that the diversity of quilting designs is due to the vast ethnic diversity that is involved in the art of quilt making in America. Pottery Barn has some of the most exotic collections of traditional quilts in its list as a tribute to this rich American art. To explore further you can visit our website www.potterybarn.com Check out the Island Patchwork Quilts at: http://www.potterybarn.com/products/surf-quilt-sham/ To order Bold Patchwork Quilts visit: http://www.potterybarn.com/products/bold-patchwork-print-quilt-sham/ Learn more about the exotic Stella Patchwork Quilts at: http://www.potterybarn.com/products/stella-kalamkari-patchwork-quilt-sham/
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Pop art Girl with a Hat Fashion Acrylic Painting tutorial for Beginners
 
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Learn to paint a Girl face with a Hat in Black, Red, and White in Acrylic on canvas for beginners in a pop art style. In " le chapeau" I will show an easy way to do fashion illustration style painting with a POP art feel. I demo how to Transfer an image on a canvas so you do not have to draw this in. You can do this in any paint colors you like. Easy and simple for new painters. You can find the Traceable at https://theartsherpa.com/ Beginners learn to paint full acrylic art lesson. Below are a list of materials. The links go through our Amazon Affiliate program, and you support The Art Sherpa when using them. These are link to make thing easy and convenient. *** Acrylic Paint Colors *** Cadmium Red, Medium Shade: http://amzn.to/1XqnERZ Mars Black: http://amzn.to/1U1eqOw Phthalo Blue (Green Shade): http://amzn.to/1RhXrjV Titanium White: http://amzn.to/1XqooGI Yellow Ocher: http://amzn.to/1Xqnvhm Golden Acrylic Glazing Liquid Gloss : http://amzn.to/2hjuE5T *** Recommended Canvas Size *** 9x12 MY EASEL Best European Easel *OS3 http://amzn.to/1Xm9Ieu Jack Richeson La Vara Easel, Table Top http://amzn.to/2audtKw *** Assorted Brushes for Acrylic Painting *** Medium flick resistance, synthetic or natural fiber. Short Bristles and Short handle. Acrylic handle over wood and Synthetic fiber over natural . www.thebrushguys.com Use The Code " theartsherpa" for 5% off Bristlon by Silver Brush Bright #8 #1 *** Other Supplies *** Paper towels Water cup Chalk, a few colors Ruler Sharpie Table easel Delicious snack or beverage A smile! Have fun Live with The Art Sherpa during this BEGINNER HOW TO PAINT art lesson in acrylic art tutorial. This is an easy, fun, social art lesson for canvas. We talk about art and other fun subjects. With help and guidance, anyone can paint. You can paint! Want to see something? Just comment! Tell me what you'd like to paint, or what you want to know about art. This is YOUR art journey. Open your heart and access your art. Acrylics are a fun and enjoyable painting medium. I prefer 'Creative Mark' brushes, and I use Liquitex heavy body acrylic paint, Matisse Derivan, and golden colors. I love teaching people to paint in a supportive environment. Everyone deserves to have art in their lives and feel the joy that art can bring! Follow along and share your art journey with me! I look forward to hearing from you. WWW.THEARTSHERPA.COM TWITTER: @artsherpa PINTEREST: https://www.pinterest.com/cinnamoncooney *** LOTS of pinnables! FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/TheArtSherpa/ INSTAGRAM: https://instagram.com/theartsherpa Store: https://shop.theartsherpa.com/ HEART MAIL: Art Sherpa 204 9490 fm 1960 RD W suite 200 Humble tx 77338 Artwork is the property of Hart Party and The Art Sherpa it is intended for the personal enjoyment of the student and not commercial use. Contact us for commercial use policies. For-profit businesses in the Painting Party industry may not use our tutorial/original painting design without a licensed or signed-use deal with Hart Party. If you’d like to share our tutorial/original painting design with a church group, skilled nursing facility or other nonprofit interest, do get in touch. We have ideas, guides and a few fun little extras to make bringing the Art Sherpa to your community one big party. Let’s collaborate! This artwork is under copyright and is intended for the viewer’s personal enjoyment. If your paintings of my original design are offered for sale in a retail setting of any kind, please attribute ‘Original design by Hart Party. www.theartsherpa.com’ Did you sell a painting of my original design via private sale? Congratulations and big art high fives! Please, create no prints or mechanical reproductions of your paintings of my original design.
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Richard McKinley art
 
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Richard McKinley art Music, Ernesto Cortazar Richard McKinley has been a professional working artist / teacher for over 40 years. His work is represented in several national galleries and is in the permanent collection of the Butler Institute of American Art Museum (Ohio), City of Albuquerque (New Mexico), and the Hang Ming Shi Museum (China). He holds artist membership at the Salmagundi Club in NYC and has participated in their American Masters Exhibition. He holds Master Pastelist designation with the Pastel Society of America and in 2010 was inducted into their Hall of Fame at the National Arts Club in NYC. In 2012, Richard was designated Pastel Laureate by the Pastel Society of the West Coast. His oil and pastel paintings have been featured in numerous National / International art publications including: Southwest Art, American Artist, Workshop magazine, Artist magazine, Practique des Arts (France), and since 2003 has been a frequent contributing editor to Pastel Journal. He has been featured in 7 instructional DVDs and included in numerous art books. Years of his published materials were compiled in 2010 by North Light publications into the bestselling book: “Pastel Pointers, Top Secrets for Beautiful Pastel Paintings”. In 2015 a coffee table sized book; “The Landscape Paintings of Richard McKinley” featuring over 100 of Richard’s pastel and oil paintings with commentary was published by North Light Books. An avid plein air landscape painter, Richard divides his time between painting the locations he is passionate about, reinterpreting those paintings back in the studio, writing about art matters, and instructing painting workshops. For more information please visit: www.mckinleystudio.com or follow him on Facebook at www.facebook.com/McKinleyFineArt PERSONAL STATEMENT: Concerning induction into the Pastel Society of America Hall of Fame, “I am humbled to be in such company, and grateful to my mentors for the opportunities that have come my way. Every blank surface provides the same intimidation and every day spent painting, a new challenge. My goal is to capture a piece of the spontaneous dance of light across the palette of nature. I hope my pieces are like a glance when we see something that makes us linger for a moment.” Richard McKinley http://mckinleystudio.com/about I do not own the right in any of the song and imaged used in this video. I have used the song and images for purely entertainment purposes only. No copyright infringement is required.
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Why is Modern Art so Bad?
 
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For two millennia, great artists set the standard for beauty. Now those standards are gone. Modern art is a competition between the ugly and the twisted; the most shocking wins. What happened? How did the beautiful come to be reviled and bad taste come to be celebrated? Renowned artist Robert Florczak explains the history and the mystery behind this change and how it can be stopped and even reversed. Donate today to PragerU! http://l.prageru.com/2ylo1Yt Joining PragerU is free! Sign up now to get all our videos as soon as they're released. http://prageru.com/signup Download Pragerpedia on your iPhone or Android! Thousands of sources and facts at your fingertips. iPhone: http://l.prageru.com/2dlsnbG Android: http://l.prageru.com/2dlsS5e Join Prager United to get new swag every quarter, exclusive early access to our videos, and an annual TownHall phone call with Dennis Prager! http://l.prageru.com/2c9n6ys Join PragerU's text list to have these videos, free merchandise giveaways and breaking announcements sent directly to your phone! https://optin.mobiniti.com/prageru Do you shop on Amazon? Click https://smile.amazon.com and a percentage of every Amazon purchase will be donated to PragerU. Same great products. Same low price. Shopping made meaningful. VISIT PragerU! https://www.prageru.com FOLLOW us! Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/prageru Twitter: https://twitter.com/prageru Instagram: https://instagram.com/prageru/ PragerU is on Snapchat! JOIN PragerFORCE! For Students: http://l.prageru.com/29SgPaX JOIN our Educators Network! http://l.prageru.com/2c8vsff Script: "The Mona Lisa"... "The Pieta"... "The Girl with a Pearl Earring." For a score of centuries, artists enriched Western society with their works of astonishing beauty. "The Night Watch"... "The Thinker"... "The Rocky Mountains." Master after master, from Leonardo, to Rembrandt, to Bierstadt, produced works that inspired, uplifted, and deepened us. And they did this by demanding of themselves the highest standards of excellence, improving upon the work of each previous generation of masters, and continuing to aspire to the highest quality attainable. But something happened on the way to the 20th Century. The profound, the inspiring and the beautiful were replaced by the new, the different, and the ugly. Today the silly, the pointless, and the purely offensive are held up as the best of modern art. Michelangelo carved his "David" out of a rock. The Los Angeles County Museum of Art just offers us a rock, -- a rock -- all 340 tons of it. That's how far standards have fallen. How did this happen? How did the thousand-year ascent towards artistic perfection and excellence die out? It didn't. It was pushed out. Beginning in the late 19th century, a group dubbed The Impressionists rebelled against the French Academie des Beaux Arts and its demand for classical standards. Whatever their intentions, the new modernists sowed the seeds of aesthetic relativism -- the "beauty is in the eye of the beholder" mentality. Today everybody loves the Impressionists. And, as with most revolutions, the first generation or so produced work of genuine merit. Monet, Renoir, and Degas still maintained elements of disciplined design and execution, but with each new generation standards declined until there were no standards. All that was left was personal expression. The great art historian Jacob Rosenberg wrote that quality in art "is not merely a matter of personal opinion but to a high degree . . . objectively traceable." But the idea of a universal standard of quality in art is now usually met with strong resistance if not open ridicule. "How can art be objectively measured?" I'm challenged. In responding, I simply point to the artistic results produced by universal standards compared to what is produced by relativism. The former gave the world "The Birth of Venus" and "The Dying Gaul," while the latter has given us "The Holy Virgin Mary," fashioned with cow dung and pornographic images, and "Petra," the prize-winning sculpture of a policewoman squatting and urinating -- complete with a puddle of synthetic urine. Without aesthetic standards we have no way to determine quality or inferiority. Here's a test I give my graduate students, all talented and well educated. Please analyze this Jackson Pollock painting and explain why it is good. It is only after they give very eloquent answers that I inform them that the painting is actually a close up of my studio apron. I don't blame them; I would probably have done the same since it's nearly impossible to differentiate between the two. For the complete script, visit https://www.prageru.com/videos/why-modern-art-so-bad
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Native American Artist Series: Lillian Pitt
 
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Lillian Pitt is an accomplished artist who has been exhibiting her contemporary sculpture, carvings, masks, glass, wearable art, and works on paper for over twenty years. One of the indigenous people of the Columbia River Gorge, she is called by her Indian name, Wak'amu (Strongly Rooted), by elders of the Warm Springs/Wasco and Yakama tribes. The term might also describe her art, for although her approach to form and materials is eclectic and contemporary, her intriguing metaphors are always rooted in her Native American tradition. She says this about her work: "I use the ancient stories of my ancestors as a basis for the imagery I create. By doing this I maintain the memory of an ancient culture and keep the beliefs of my people alive. We have forgotten how to live in harmony with nature. Accessing this vast reservoir of traditional information and translating it into contemporary terms jogs our memories and provides points of reference to achieving balance within ourselves, our community and the world. My ancestors have a 10,000-year history in the Columbia River Gorge. Much of my work has to do with the preservation and care of the environment along this ancient waterway." Lillian is pleased to announce that she has won the Earle A. Chiles Award for 2007. Established in 1983, this is a $15,000 award given annually by the High Desert Museum to an individual for accomplishments in promoting thoughtful management of the natural and cultural resources of the Intermountain West. The award acknowledges Lillian for creating images that sustain ancient Columbia Plateau cultures and beliefs, and for promoting harmony within people, communities and nature. Lillian Pitt was also the recipient of the Governor's Award of the Oregon Arts Commission in 1990, which declared that she had made, "significant contributions to the growth and development of the cultural life of Oregon. She is known nationally and internationally for her Raku and Anagama fired ceramic and bronze masks and "Shadow Spirit" totem images based on traditional symbols and spirits of her Columbia River ancestors. Her repertoire has expanded to include monumental bronze sculpture, sometimes reflecting the theme of Salmon migration. One recurring image, "She Who Watches," is based on a Columbia River petroglyph which represents the last of the Woman Chiefs. Seen in multiple medias, she makes tributes to She Who Watches. Lillian's art has been exhibited and reviewed in the U.S., Europe, New Zealand, and Japan. Her work has been commissioned by numerous museums and organizations and is in several collections, including the University of Washington's Burke Museum, the Sapporo City Hall, Sapporo, Japan and the prestigious Heard Museum in Phoenix, AZ. A traveling retrospective of her work, "Spirits Keep Whistling Me Home," was launched in 1999 at the Museum at Warm Springs on her native reservation in Oregon and has been exhibited at other museums nationwide. In May, 2007, her work received the Best in Show Award at the Second Annual "In the Spirit" Contemporary Northwest Native Arts Exhibit. The July - August 2007 issue of Native Peoples Magazine features Lillian and one of her cast glass masks on the cover. With the turn of the millennium, Lillian's art took on an even larger dimension, as she and a team of Native American artists were commissioned by the city of Portland, OR, the Oregon Convention Center, Portland State University, City of Hillsboro, Central Oregon Community college in Bend, and a variety of other municipalities, cultural institutions, and corporations to create public art projects. She welcomes these opportunities to share her Native American heritage and her ecological commitment with an expanded audience.
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INTERIOR DESIGN: HOW TO DISCOVER YOUR INTERIOR DESIGN STYLE! | 7 INTERIOR DESIGN STYLES
 
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A lot of you have said that you want to make your home look beautiful, but have no idea where to start. Well before you can do anything you should first identify YOUR design style. I hope this video helps you understand some of the top design styles and you are able to identify some of the different elements around your home! Leave me a comment with your design style! Watch last week’s video on Hacks to Achieve #lifegoals here: http://bit.ly/2E3BwSB Learn how to build a shiplap wall here: http://bit.ly/2yMpf3c If you're not a part of our subscriber fam - then HIT that subscribe button! Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/sharrahstevens | snapchat: sharrahrobeson || Make sure you subscribe to my channel for new DIY decor and organizational videos every week http://bit.ly/1PugoDw __________________________________________ || Discover Your Design Style || Design Style Overview: http://bit.ly/2Iu37vA Farmhouse Design Style: http://bit.ly/2vtdbCB Boho Design Style: http://bit.ly/2GtqhSj Mid Century Modern Design Style: http://bit.ly/2JBRRlc Coastal Design Style: http://bit.ly/2Wam65n __________________________________________ || Making the Most of Our Small Space! || Small Living Room: http://bit.ly/2kvlEyq Small Storage: http://bit.ly/2kv11TD Small Bedroom: http://bit.ly/2o96wo9 Small Bathroom: http://bit.ly/2mpPXn4 Small Office/Desk: http://bit.ly/2oAuBYX Small Kitchen: http://bit.ly/2qUqIyV Small Coat Closet: http://bit.ly/2oQooFI Making the Most of Our Small Space is going to be such a fun and REAL series of how I'm managing the 'smallness' of our little Los Angeles cottage with the whole-lotta-ness of stuff from both Tyler and I combine (ok, so mainly just me lol). Our budgets are small but our dreams are big, so follow along and get inspired on how to make the most of your space and make it beautiful no matter what your budget! __________________________________________ ||More About Sharrah|| Sharrah is a DIY home decor and style expert. Taking after her mother, interior designer extraordinaire Rebecca Robeson from Robeson Design, Sharrah creates new videos every week on ways to improve your bedroom, bathroom, living room, or studio space on a budget! As a fashion blogger and as the daughter of an interior designer, Sharrah is passionate about creating beauty and style in daily outfits and in all environments. After just getting married in 2016, Sharrah and her husband Tyler and their adorable puppy labradoodle Scout are kicking off the year with fun, fresh videos about their new life in their SMALL apartment in LA! __________________________________________ PS, if you missed any episodes or want to binge watch the whole wedding series all over again, watch it from start to finish here: http://bit.ly/2hpWLyv __________________________________________ Videography by Tyler Stevens and Elena Contis and editing by Sharrah Stevens Royalty free music by Epidemic Sound
Views: 316531 Live Your Style
Celebrating the intricate craftsmanship of Native American art
 
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The Mitchell Museum of the American Indian in Evanston, Illinois has delved deep into its archives for its latest exhibit. On display are the custom clothes and adornments of Native Americans from across the U.S. and Canada. Phil Ponce of WTTW in Chicago reports.
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Whitney Stories: Walter Robinson in the Studio
 
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From his studio in Long Island City, the artist Walter Robinson talks about finding his signature style of painting, the themes behind his work and his love of pulp fiction. "Fast Forward: Painting from the 1980s" is on view at the Whitney Museum from January 27–May 14, 2017. Learn more about the exhibition at https://whitney.org/Exhibitions/FastForward.
Authentic American Style: Tim Fite on Style
 
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Tim Fite represents Authentic American Style. An artist and musician living in Brooklyn, New York, Tim's style is influenced by modern art and classic hip-hop. To find out more about Tim and his style visit: http://www.pfflyers.com Visit PF Flyers on the web: http://www.facebook.com/PFFlyers http://twitter.com/PF_Flyers http://pfflyersstyle.tumblr.com/
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Taryn Simon Interview: Where the Secret Goes
 
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Like a spy, American artist Taryn Simon uncovers the hidden places of the USA. Her work is a portrait of American society seen through the spaces that are foundational for America: religion, governance, security, law. Like the country itself, the meaning, says Simon, is “ever morphing.” After the events of 9/11 the American media and government directed their attention towards hidden sites beyond its borders, most notably in the search for weapons of mass destruction. Simon, however, chose to look inward at her own country to confront the boundaries of the citizen, both self-imposed and real, and the divide between privileged and public access to knowledge. For years she worked “in absolute collaboration with systems of authority” to access spaces closed off to the public, investigating the limits of the public realm and trying to “push in as far as one can get.” For her series ‘An American Index of the Hidden and Unfamiliar’ (2007) Simon collated her research into photographs – e.g. of a Playboy magazine in Braille, a living HIV virus – each one accompanied by text. “I was trying to create this space in between the image and the text, that space where we interpret, where there’s judgement, there’s translation, there’s manipulation, there’s the instability of fact,” Simon reflects. “The viewer has to do this dance between the text and the image where it’s constantly transforming in relation to the other.” “The thing you can see so consistently is the process of research. The idea, the intricacy of all the steps and rejections and complexities along the way to actually realizing the work,” says Taryn Simon of her research-based work. Often years in the making, it can assume many forms: filmic, performative, architectural, but almost always accompanied by photography and writing · “an anchor point,” she says of the textual dimension of her works. Taryn Simon (b. 1975) is an American artist who has worked in photography, text, sculpture, video, and performance. Simon's works has been exhibited internationally at the 56th Venice Biennale, Italy, the Whitney Museum of American Art and the Museum of Modern Art in New York, USA, Tate Modern, London, UK, Neue Nationalgalerie, Berlin, Germany and Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, Humlebæk, Denmark. Her work is included in the permanent collections of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, the Los Angeles County Museum of Art and the Guggenheim Museum, New York, USA, and Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris, France. For more about the artist please visit http://tarynsimon.com/. Taryn Simon was interviewed by Marc-Christoph Wagner at her studio in New York, USA, in October 2016. Camera: Rasmus Quistgaard Edited by: Klaus Elmer Produced by: Marc-Christoph Wagner Copyright: Louisiana Channel, Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, 2016 Supported by Nordea-fonden FOLLOW US HERE! Website: http://channel.louisiana.dk Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/LouisianaChannel Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/louisianachannel Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/LouisianaChann
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American Chronicles: The Art of Norman Rockwell (Remastered)
 
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One of the most popular American artists of the past century, Norman Rockwell (1894-1978) was a keen observer of human nature and a gifted storyteller. For nearly seven decades, while history was in the making all around him, Rockwell chronicled our changing society in the small details and nuanced scenes of ordinary people in everyday life, providing a personalized interpretation—albeit often an idealized one—of American identity. His depictions offered a reassuring visual haven during a time of momentous transformation as our country evolved into a complex, modern society. Rockwell’s contributions to our visual legacy, many of them now icons of American culture, have found a permanent place in our national psyche. Original video produced by: Ford Motor Company. © 2007 Ford Motor Company. All Rights Reserved. Remastered by permission: Norman Rockwell Museum © 2017 Norman Rockwell Museum. All Rights Reserved.
Exploring Allan Houser with Artist Tony Tiger
 
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Native American artist Tony Tiger gives Oklahoma Magazine a brief introduction to the work of Allan Houser. Video shot and edited by James Avery. See more daily Oklahoma content at http://www.okmag.com.
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Native American Art Gallery Tour
 
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Art Gallery Tour ( Artwork changes after we finish Art Shows and Pow Wow's with friends.) Oklahoma Native Art & Jewelry is OKC's Premiere Native American Art Gallery of Authentic Indian Art & Jewelry "Oklahoma Native Art & Jewelry" Located in the ( Historic Stockyards District ) visit us at www.oknativeart.com Our Art Gallery host over 68 various Native American and Western Artist and provides many Original Paintings and Limited Edition Prints, Rock Sculptures from our Native Oklahoma Alabaster. Horse Hair Pottery by White Antelope. Native American Made Jewelry, Bead work, Dream Catchers, Medicine Wheel and Medicine bags. We keep Sage, Cedar and Sweet Grass stocked at all times. We have 56 assorted Native Artist note cards and a large selection of Christmas Ornaments. Onsite Jewelry Repairs and Custom traditional Designs made by our In House Jeweler. ******The New York Times has recommended our Art Gallery as a must see destination again in the upcoming 2014 book , The New York Times, 36 hours: 150 weekends in the USA and Canada. Coming to stores 2014 from TASCHEN.***************Look for us on you next vacation to Oklahoma City, OK. U.S.A
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American Craft Magazine August/September 2017 Video Trailer: The Access Issue
 
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In our August/September issue, we profile artists, organizations, and programs – from Jaime Guerrero and Theaster Gates to the Queens Museum and Creative Forces, an NEA military healing arts network – who are trying to bring craft skills and understanding to a broader audience. Read more at craftcouncil.org/magazine.
Goldenstein Gallery Artist Profile  Sherab Khandro
 
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Artist and philosopher, Sherab "Shey" Khandro's deepest wish is to nourish and inspire the hearts and minds of others. She accomplishes this through paintings, sculpture and philosophical reflections focused on art, spirituality and the experiences of modern life. Sedona has consistently been voted in the top 10 Small Town Art Destinations by the reader of American Style Magazine, and this year Goldenstein Gallery for the fifth year in a row was voted Best Gallery in Sedona by the readers of Kudos as well as being voted Best in Sedona by the Readers of the Sedona Red Rock News. In 2009 they also received the Mayor's Arts Award in Sedona as a business that has heavily contributed to the growth of the arts as a living entity in Sedona and in January of 2011 they received the Pride of Arizona Award for Best Gallery. Goldenstein Gallery is known for its diversity of world-renowned local and regional artists in all media and styles. A multi-award winning gallery, they consistently surprise collectors with the unexpected. Believing that art is a living breathing experience, the gallery regularly hosts a wide range of stimulating events that are free to the public. A name synonymous with style and innovation, they are in their second decade of delighting local and visiting collectors.
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Modernism: American Arts & Crafts
 
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In America as well as in Britain, the virtues of handcrafted objects--straightforward design, natural materials and enduring construction techniques--were embraced. The values of hearth and home--idyllic domesticity--and the virtues of honesty and simplicity became the predominant themes, nature being the constant source of inspiration. While Arts and Crafts ornament led to and overlapped with Art Nouveau decoration, particularly in metalwork and ceramics, furniture designs led almost directly to De Stijl and Bauhaus geometry of the 1920s. The work of Gustav Stickley in particular, and the appearance of his Craftsman magazine from 1901 to 1916, paralleled the mature phase of the American movement which extended to the severe furniture of the so-called Mission Style and the finest work of the Prairie School. Part of the Modernism Web site, featuring objects from the collection of the Minneapolis Institute of Arts and curator David Ryan, this video was originally produced in 1999. http://www.artsmia.org/modernism/
Art Journal Style Plan With Me A5 Creative Planner Layout WK 47/Nov 19-25 2018
 
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How To Make the Perfect Cappuccino
 
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We enlisted Michael Phillips, Director of Training at Blue Bottle Coffee and 2010 World Barista Champion to show us how to master the perfect cappuccino. Who knew so much went into making everyone’s favorite, frothy morning go-to? Now, if we could only find a way to master the art of sipping without getting foam on our noses… Subscribe to Munchies here: http://bit.ly/Subscribe-to-MUNCHIES Check out http://munchies.tv for more! Follow Munchies here: Facebook: http://facebook.com/munchies Twitter: http://twitter.com/munchies Tumblr: http://munchies.tumblr.com Instagram: http://instagram.com/munchiesvice Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/munchies Foursquare: https://foursquare.com/munchies More videos from the VICE network: https://www.fb.com/vicevideos
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When the department store was new: Elizabeth Sparhawk-Jones, The Shoe Shop, c. 1911
 
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Elizabeth Sparhawk-Jones, The Shoe Shop, c. 1911, oil on canvas, 99.1 x 79.4 cm (Art Institute of Chicago) A conversation with Dr. Annelise Madsen, Gilda and Henry Buchbinder Assistant Curator of American Art, The Art Institute of Chicago and Dr. Beth Harris for Seeing America
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Ebru Art @ American Islamic College
 
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http://www.aicusa.edu/ http://www.facebook.com/pages/American-Islamic-College/151437168221165 https://twitter.com/aicusa Watch artist Garip Ay perform the art of Turkish Ebru. Learn more about Ebru courses at American Islamic College in Chicago Directed, Shot & Edited by David Turvey http://garagelightfilms.net/ Ebru Artist Garip Ay http://garipay.blogspot.com/ Contact: [email protected]
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Art Expo, New York - Fine Art Magazine - Abstract painting new movement "Carsonism" Canadian Artist
 
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LISS GALLERY (TORONTO) 416-787-9872 INGLEWOOD FINE ART GALLERY - (CALGARY) 1-(403)-262-5011 2018 - CARSON PAINTINGS EXCEED ESTIMATES AT EUROPEAN AUCTION, DROUOT, IN PARIS - Article : http://urlz.fr/77Yd Fine Art magazine - N Y - USA, Victor B. Forbes - Art Expert Riding the bone-chilling north wind into New York City on his 2009 world tour, Charles Carson motored down the New York State Thruway from his home in the province of Quebec, Canada, roaring in like a March lion with a truckload of paintings to display in the glass cathedral known as the Jacob Javits Convention Center. Here, for the past 20 years New York's largest art fair has been a late winter tradition. All told, many thousands have introduced their work to American art buying public at Artexpo. Few alive, however, can boast of an art movement christened with their surname, as in Carsonism - a fascinating pictorial language of painterly writing imbued with magnificent colors and patterns; an active meditation of original ideas. The Spring Edition of Fine Art, featured Heroes of Creativity, Mr. Carson on the cover with a clever headline, ''Carson to the ism.'' Several Art historians around the world and museologist have deemed his style Carsonism, and his intricate and highly original works are as punctual and directed as the artist himself. These are strong paintings in two distinct yet related styles. The dimensional mosaic paintings with a buildup of the paint and then glazed combine logically and intricately to give the appearance of a polished sea of possibility, glimmering mirror-like in a bath of pristine luminosity. Christian Sorriano, Fine Art and Antiquities expert from Paris and President of Drouot Cotation, ''Art holds no more secrets or mysteries for a matured expert like myself... Far from common trends and cheap visual effects, Charles Carson shows each and every unique feature of his great poetic skills, offering in his work a breath of life, his own life , therefore questioning and delighting the minds and the trained eyes of the connoisseurs who hang it on the walls of their daily lives.'' Over many years, said Fine Art publisher Jamie Ellin Forbes, ''We've had the privilege of meeting so many artists. Some have risen to great acclaim and importance while others have fallen to the wayside. Each brings his or her own need to communicate their own dreamscape to the viewer and if you talk about this either in print or in person, you never know who you are going to be inspiring, what window you are going to open in their souls to communicate to the next level. The artist does this and such work is very important in all cultures. During this period of time, when people redefine values, they will find it much more so. Artists will become more important than they have been in the last ten or fifteen years outside of certain collectible concerns. Charles Carson's paintings have a unique language. They are dreamscapes that invite you into the space, which makes you a part of the process of whatever the moment is that the artist is describing. It's not a snap shot. You are invited into the imagination of the process and somewhere there's been an instigation or an inspiration involving the colors, the mystique. The line is defined through the paintings with the application of the form married through the colors defining the lines. The painting itself ¬ the composition ¬ therefore becomes very free, very available for people to enter into.'' ''Because the colors are incredibly clean, there's a tempo. You can't just paint and you can't extrapolate unless you know form; you have to know form, you have to be able to paint in order to extrapolate. Carson applies the paint with a tempo and a sense of color as if the light were coming through. The pieces are very energetic, almost kinetic ¬ and there's a definite form lent through the application of the color. I don't know what Mr. Carson has in his mentality as he paints, but it looks to me as if he's painting the subconscious vision of what he sees; that he steps into the space between space, the dream space ¬ and starts to paint the colors as they vibrate, as one form transitions from dream to reality and reality to dream and the abstract in - between. The colors are incredibly clean, which is rare ¬ and they are built, have definition and are textural. You would think that it's simple, but it is not. This is a very complex and difficult mode of expression to arrive at and you have to have an understanding of harmony and tempo to have a significant balance throughout the piece in order to create the composition. The result is the school of thought Carson is forming ¬ Carsonism, Carson to the ism.'' There are elements to this work that I have not seen elsewhere. I have not seen this technique done elsewhere . Have you? ''Isn't this the founding of a thought process or a school? Did anybody do Braque or Leger, or Pollock before they did themselves?''
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