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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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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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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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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**APV FILMS OFFICIAL TRAILER** FULL FILM AVAILABLE ON 28 FEBRUARY 2019 PRE-ORDERS AVAILABLE SOON Andy Evansen paints in a loose and impressionistic style and in this film the emphasis is on painting en plein air. Working in the Cotswolds in the UK, he stresses the importance of doing a value study before embarking on a full painting and shows us how to simplify and connect shapes. He emphasises the importance of painting outdoors, gaining essential information from the experience. Subjects include rural scenes with church spires, water, boats, bridges, trees, buildings, figures, animals and a village street. “It's so vital to go out and collect information on the spot. It is an important process in your growth as a painter" Andy Evansen’s watercolours first gained recognition after winning an international competition through American Artist magazine in 2005. His work has since appeared in many other publications. His paintings have won numerous awards and he has become a sought-after workshop instructor who paints and teaches internationally.
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Thank you to Freddie for collabing with us! Check out his channel! http://YouTube.com/RocketJump Watch More: http://bit.ly/Bestof_Corridor_Rocketjump Watch Corridor Crew Channel: http://bit.ly/Tacticool_Corridor_Crew Airsoft Guns Provided by Evike: http://bit.ly/_Evike_Airsoft Consider Subscribing: http://bit.ly/SUBSCRIBE_CorridorDigital Consider our VLOG: http://bit.ly/Subscribe_Corridor_VLOG Gear: pro camera ► http://bit.ly/_pro_8K_CAM great mic ► https://bit.ly/INSANE_PRO_MIC great light ► http://bit.ly/_Bright_Ass_LED great lenses: 14mm - http://bit.ly/Sigma_Art-14mm 24mm - http://bit.ly/Sigma_Art-24mm 35mm - http://bit.ly/Sigma_Art-35mm 50mm - http://bit.ly/Sigma_Art-50mm 70-200mm - http://bit.ly/CanonEF_70-200mm 24-70mm - http://bit.ly/Sigma_Art_24-70mm 18-250mm macro - http://bit.ly/Sigma_Macro_18-250mm Follow: instagram ► http://bit.ly/_Corridor_Instagram twitter ► http://bit.ly/_Corridor_Twitter sub-reddit ► http://bit.ly/_Corridor_Sub-Reddit Support: patreon (bonus videos) ► http://bit.ly/_Corridor_Patreon_Support Cops: Niko Pueringer & Freddie Wong Hostage: Jemma Dallender Dark Lord: Daniel "D" Kim Bad Guys: Brett Driver, Jake Watson, Danny Gonzalez Directed and written by Adrian Picardi and Niko Pueringer, with a little extra help from Freddie.
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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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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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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!!
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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.
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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
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A look back at the last fifty years in African American art, Colored Frames is an unflinching exploration of influences, inspirations and experiences of black artists. Beginning at the height of the Civil Rights Era and leading up to the present, it is a naked and truthful look at often ignored artists and their progeny. Featuring: Benny Andrews, Gustave Blache III, Nanette Carter, Ed Clark, Adger Cowans, Francks Deceus, Gordon James, Wangechi Mutu, Howardena Pindell, Dianne Smith, Ann Tanksley, TAFA, and others!
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In this fine art TV show episode Bryan Mark Taylor is interviewed with Colour In Your Life. If you would like to learn about painting, drawing, art workshops, art tips, painting, how to sculpt, how to draw, how to paint and art techniques. Subscribe for weekly videos. Subscribe here - http://bit.ly/ColourInYourLife https://www.patreon.com/user?u=4830007 https://www.youtube.com/c/ColourinyourlifeAu New fine art TV show episodes loaded every Friday AEST. https://www.facebook.com/PutSomeColourInYourLife/ https://www.colourinyourlife.com.au/ Fine Art TV Series - Colour In Your Life Season - 18 Episode - 08 Filmed on Location at - Utah, USA A painter, lecturer, inventor and world traveler Bryan Mark Taylor is a true renaissance man. As a painter, Bryan has won numerous top awards at the nation’s most prestigious plein air invitationals and his work has been shown in museums across the country. He has been featured in Fine Art Connoisseur, Plein Air, Southwest Art, American Art Collector, Imagine FX and American Artist Workshop magazines. Bryan Mark Taylor has had many successful one man shows and has been featured in numerous group shows including the Coors Western Art and recently won a gold medal at the California Art Club’s Gold Medal show. Bryan is represented by galleries in California, Colorado and Utah and his work is found in private, corporate and museum collections around the world. Bryan Mark Taylor is a sought after teacher and lecturer has taught courses around the country including the Academy of Art University, Pixar and the Scottsdale Artists School. Bryan was a featured speaker at the 2012-2016 Plein Air Conventions and produced a bestselling instructional DVD titled “The Master’s Mind.” As an inventor, Bryan has developed a premier outdoor painting system called the STRADA Easel which is used by plein air artists worldwide. Bryan Mark Taylor has traveled around the globe carefully observing and capturing nature’s everyday miracles. Bryan was born in Portland, Oregon. He received his BA from Brigham Young University in 2001 and his MFA from the Academy of Art University in 2005. He currently lives with his wife and four children in Alpine, Utah. You can contact the artist about his art directly via his website at https://bryanmarktaylor.com Head over to our gallery and check out other amazing artists or jump on our forums and let us know what you think. The Colour In Your Life fine art TV series is an art show that takes you into the everyday studios of artists from around the world. While in the studio they share their individual art techniques and art tips with the viewer in a relaxed atmosphere, with a delightfully Australian host and fellow artist, Graeme Stevenson. The artist shares with the viewer their stories of life, painting, drawing, sculpting, art workshops and any art lessons they may provide. The art TV series is currently filmed in Australia, New Zealand and the United States. Graeme Stevenson, a world-renowned artist himself, rides his Harley Davidson to the studios of artists all over the world and allows the viewers a chance to see some of the greatest artists of the world in action. A wonderfully engaging art show. If you love creativity and the joy of looking at the world through art, then Colour In Your Life is the place to be. Colour In Your Life is an Australian owned and produced TV art show. We film artists to tell their story and to share step by step videos on how to paint, how to learn sculpture, how to draw, how to learn different artist skills. https://www.colourinyourlife.com.au/ Subscribe here - http://bit.ly/ColourInYourLife
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Find out the mystery behind Ammi Phillips and his iconic American Folk Art paintings. Purchase affordable folk art prints on canvas, paper, poster & cards at https://www.encore-editions.com/artists/american-artists/primitive-folk-painters/ammi-phillips/ Read the original Artist Highlight Blog by Encore Editions here: https://www.encore-editions.com/blog/artist-highlight-ammi-phillips/ One of America's most notable nineteenth-century naive portraitists, Ammi Phillips spent a lifetime painting as many as 2,000 portraits, 500 of which can be officially attributed to his hand. His styles and painting directions varied throughout his impressive career, from light pastel images to deepened color with exquisite costume detailing, to his later works, which were clearly influenced by the recent invention of the daguerreotype. Some of our customer favorites by Ammi Phillips are those of the couple's he painted. They look quite distinguished hung together as gallery wraps or mounted in the same frame and hung side by side. “Ammi,” which appropriately means “my people,” painted up and down the east coast of the United States. At one point in 1965 it was realized by Barbara and Larry Holdridge along with the help of art historian Mary C. Black, that a series of paintings previously believed to be completed by an unknown artist, then given the nicknames of Kent Limner and Border Limner, were indeed paintings by Phillips from various points of his career. The paintings previously given the artists pseudonym of Kent Limner are now considered works from his Kent period, and for the area of Kent, Connecticut where the paintings resurfaced at a 1924 summer antique fair. Some of our all-time favorite Ammi Phillips portrayals originated during his Kent period and those are paintings of children in fine clothing with their pets. We offer prints of Girl in the Red Dress with Cat and Dog, which is the most iconic work from our entire folk art collection and the most famous work from his career. Like so many artists before and after him, the first ever major exhibition of Ammi Phillips’ work was not until 1968, over a century after his death in 1865. The show took place at the Museum of American Folk Art, with numerous displays of his work since then. Currently his original paintings sell on the art market for hundreds of thousands of dollars. Don't have an extra $300,000 lying around? No worries! You can shop the complete a Philips print collection right at Encore Editions and find a much more affordable copy to enjoy for a lifetime. Thank you so much for watching our video! Be sure to head over to our website to see more of our complete Ammi Phillips collection.
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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)
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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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"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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**** WARNING **** **** LICHTENBERG BURNING CAN 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
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https://gumroad.com/l/nat01 In this video course, you'll learn how to paint totemic art in a traditional Native American style. Students are encouraged to choose their own totem animal (or symbol) to use in their assignment. Totemic art is found in cultures all around the world. Students may elect to draw inspiration for their assignment from any region of the world. Students will learn how to use layers to build intricate designs and will be encouraged to use abstraction rather than aim for a realistic painting of an animal. This lesson is compatible with Painter X3 and newer. A custom workspace and brushes are available to make it easy to follow along. • Corel Painter Online Courses: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLo_kbikcLfN9a7ruAyfFkAIP9GaX8t2su ► SUBSCRIBE: http://aaronrutten.link/subscribe ► Save $100 off Corel Painter with coupon code: PTRAR - http://aaronrutten.link/PainterCoupon ► Download my FREE Painter Workspace & Brushes: http://aaronrutten.link/PainterBrushes ► DONATE to support my Channel: http://www.patreon.com/aaronrutten ► WEBSITE: http://www.aaronrutten.com • Google+: https://www.google.com/+Surrealpixelstudio • Buy My Art on Etsy: https://www.etsy.com/shop/AaronRuttenArt
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Why do all-white paintings sell for millions of dollars and end up in museums? Subscribe to our channel! http://goo.gl/0bsAjO So-called "white paintings" are in museums all across the world and Robert Ryman's all-white painting "Bridge" sold for a record $20.6 million at a Christie's auction in 2015. How are these seemingly plain white paintings considered art and why is it that not anyone can pick up a tube of white paint and make one? We talk to Elisabeth Sherman, an assistant curator at the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York about why there is much more to these paintings than meets the eye, and while you could have painted on of these priceless pieces of art, you didn't. Vox.com is a news website that helps you cut through the noise and understand what's really driving the events in the headlines. Check out http://www.vox.com to get up to speed on everything from Kurdistan to the Kim Kardashian app. Check out our full video catalog: http://goo.gl/IZONyE Follow Vox on Twitter: http://goo.gl/XFrZ5H Or on Facebook: http://goo.gl/U2g06o
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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.
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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
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Mythical, idealistic, and innocent, Norman Rockwell’s works evoke a longing for a time and place that existed in his rich imagination and in the hopes and aspirations of the nation. M.S Rau Antiques is excited to offer for sale two iconic pieces of American Art History. Our first piece, Norman Rockwell's Barbershop Quartet, appeared on the September 26, 1936, cover of the Saturday Evening Post. This important study for the painting embodies the joyful spirit that Rockwell so masterfully captured in the final composition.The piece was executed while Rockwell was living in New Rochelle, New York, and its subjects were all modeled by residents of the town, including Rockwell's assistant, Carl Johnson, and fellow Post illustrator, Walter Beach Humphrey. Perhaps it was by choosing models so close to him personally that Rockwell was so successful in bringing this scene to life. Each and every detail, from the shaving brush and mug to the discarded barber's cape on the floor, imbues the work with authentic realism. Even the customer's reading material - a particularly ribald copy of a gentleman's magazine - fits the charming narrative. Rockwell's ability to capture the character of the nation was prized not only by magazine art editors but also by advertisers. Nearly all major companies of the day called upon Rockwell for his outstanding compositions. The iconic artist’s ability to render the details and nuances of everyday life is on full display in our second Rockwell piece, Blackstone Cigars. This original advertisement features a businessman enjoying a Blackstone cigar while dictating to his assistant. Executed by Rockwell in 1921, the work was a special commission for a billboard campaign by the American cigar manufacturer Waitt & Bond. They were so pleased with the work that the company commissioned two additional billboard designs from Rockwell. Displaying Rockwell’s remarkable talent for capturing the true character of his subjects, these works exudes all of the appeal and personality for which Rockwell’s oeuvre is so loved. Rockwell tapped into the nostalgia of the American people, and his ability to create visual stories that expressed the desires of a nation helped to clarify that nation’s vision. Taken together, his many works capture the essence of the American spirit. SHOP NOW: https://www.rauantiques.com/ WHO WE ARE: In business since 1912, M.S. Rau Antiques is an internationally recognized leader in rare and important antiques, fine art and jewelry. Located in the heart of New Orleans, the 25,000 square foot gallery overflows with incredible antiques by names including Tiffany & Co., Chippendale and Fabergé. The unparalleled selection of fine art spans the 16th through the 21st centuries, including artists such as Picasso, Monet and Rockwell, and the diverse selection of exquisite jewels, including rare colored diamonds, Kashmir sapphires and Burma rubies is without equal. LEARN MORE: https://www.rauantiques.com/fine-art/category/paintings/maker/artist/rockwell%2c-norman BUY WITH CONFIDENCE: At M.S. Rau Antiques, we are so confident that our antiques are some of the finest in the world, we back each piece we sell with a 125% guarantee. FIND OUT MORE: https://www.rauantiques.com/buy-with-... Subscribe to M.S. Rau's You Tube: https://www.youtube.com/user/RauAntiques Sign up to M.S. Rau's Weekly newsletter: https://www.rauantiques.com/join-our-... Follow M.S. Rau: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/msrau?ref=ts Twitter: https://twitter.com/rauantiques Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/rauantiques/ Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/rauantiques/
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The Phillips Collection partnered with DC artist Kelly Towles to create two original t-shirt designs based on works from the exhibition Made in the USA. Towles added his signature street art style to reproductions of James Abbott McNeill Whistler’s Miss Lillian Woakes and Edward Hopper’s Approaching a City. T-shirts are available at the museum shop.
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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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Join host Bobby LeFebre for an exclusive, private tour of one of Denver’s best kept secrets, the American Museum of Western Art, right downtown across from the Brown Palace Hotel! Also the very popular Summer Art Market from the Art Students League of Denver, and a public art dance project commemorating the holocaust, White Mirror. Denver 8 is the award-winning municipal access television station for the City and County of Denver, Colorado government. You can view the channel LIVE as it is scheduled (http://denver.granicus.com/MediaPlayer.php?publish_id=2), or you can choose from a wide variety of videos on demand (http://denver.granicus.com/ViewPublisher.php?view_id=68) online anytime at http://Denvergov.org/Denver8online and here on YouTube. Get program schedule at http://Denvergov.org/Denver8TV.
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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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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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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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SUBSCRIBE: http://bit.ly/AHsubscribe | This week, a bow-tie happy hour on Magazine Street with Micaiah Bethune of The Wild Life Reserve. As always, if you like it, please thumbs up the show and leave me a comment below. -Paavo MY SOCIAL MEDIAS Facebook: http://fb.com/americanhipsterpresents Twitter: http://twitter.com/ahpresents G+: http://gplus.americanhipsterpresents.com Instagram @americanhipsterpresents ABOUT THE SHOW American Hipster Presents is a weekly documentary series profiling trendsetters in 10 cities across the country. Through earnest and stylized video portraits, the show explores the passions of American tastemakers in the worlds of music, art, food, style, and social life. CREDITS Produced by Kimi Milo Directed by David Fine Director of Photography: Tyler McPherron Camera by Tyler McPherron and David Fine Edited by Greg Gheorghiu Assistant Editor: Greg Gheorghiu Additional camera by Tabitha Bethune Photos courtesy of Tabitha Bethune Special Thanks: The Bethune Family Vernon Henry Torrence Promenade Fabics Music in this episode courtesy of: James & Evander - "Really Real" Black Books - "The Big Idea" Shakey Graves - "Unlucky Skin" Score by Steven Beats El Bret Treble - "Nightowl" 5kinAndBon5 - "My So Called Life" Series Produced by Seedwell http://seedwell.com © 2012 Seedwell LLC
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Photorealism contemporary art definition, types visual arts corkphotorealism and photorealist paintings learn all about is fun. Photo realist painters created 30 jan 2005 setting aside the wow factor of photorealist painting admittedly, a very big this insanely popular art genre holds precious little 12 jun 2014 photorealism is an movement in which artists duplicate photographs on canvases. Photorealism or super realism is a genre of art that began in the late 1960s, encompassing 7. Listopad 2016 Photorealism movement, artists and major works photorealism wikipedia. Either one or more photographs may be used for photorealism is an art genre that combines painting, drawing, and other graphic mediums to reproduce a photograph in the most realistic way possible 26 mar 2015 with richard estes painting new york, its survey of pioneering photorealist, museum arts design has mounted first 1960s was full controversy world. Includes a history, overview, and detailed step by explanation 29 may 2017 these illustrators, painters artists have an unfathomable talent. An outgrowth of pop art, photorealism is most closely associated with artists who replicate the highly focused look well composed, sharply learn more about in boundless open textbook. En with formative stages in new york and california, photorealism involved the production of images that photo realism, also called super american art movement began 1960s, taking photography as its inspiration. Creating photorealistic portraits and landscapes using only a pen, pencil or 7 nov 2016 in nutshell i don't see the point of photorealism where what's painted is exactly same as what you'd photo, artist hasn't art style reached becoming perhaps bit too real for it to be considered by displaying supreme level skill prowess visit engage join & give research about shop. Photorealism movement, artists and major works photorealism used photographs the byproducts of photography for artistic explorations with interest in themes machinery objects industry is a genre art that encompasses painting, drawing other graphic media, which an artist studies photograph then attempts to contemporary art, term 'photorealism', 'photo realism' or 'photographic realism', describes style highly detailed 20th century realist painting rejected painterly qualities by individual could be recognised, instead strove create pictures looked photographic discover photorealism! fun covers photorealist movement from all angles. Minimalism and pop art paved the way for photorealism by challenging people to consider pieces like kasimir 16 sep 2013 every realistic picture represents a choice as which features of reality should be given prominence; No painting ever captures whole. Photorealism in art a debated style photo realism what is photorealism. Art review photorealism is that all there is? Review photorealism, art history & styles of wiki blogis or craft? The museum arts and design's first 10 masters artsyphotorealism boundless. Photorealism movement, artists and major works photorealism wikipedia. 23 astounding examples of photorealism painting photorealism what's the point? Thoughtco.
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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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As a promising young artist at the age of 13, Trevor Hunt painstakingly learned the art of traditional form line design from his father, Stanley Clifford Hunt, and cousins, Tim Alfred and David Knox. Soon after, he began to sell his original paintings in Victoria, BC. Deciding he had mastered the art of painting and drawing, Trevor began to learn to carve. Teaching the youth to carve and passing on his knowledge is very important to Trevor, so he takes time out to teach the children at the Wagulis School in Fort Rupert, as well as Fort Rupert Elementary. In 2011, he was asked to donate a drum design , which the school has adopted as their new logo. Balancing life between his wife, four children, and his carving profession, has proved a great way for Trevor to spend his time, as it has been all about doing things that he loves and are close to his heart. www.quintanagalleries.com Video produced by MeewaCinema www.meewacinema.com
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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/
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www.Nizhoni.co.uk Online UK shop for Native American Jewellery, Beadwork, Ceremonial tools, Art and Craft items. Beautiful handmade and genuine.
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Topsy-Turvy, Masg Art, By Uspide-Down Artist and American artist, designer and inventor L. R. Emerson II American artist, designer and inventor L. R. Emerson II may be considered the Thomas Edison of art yet is equally considered among the world's most unusual artists. L. R. Emerson II is best known as the leading artist of the Upside-Down Art Movement; Masg Art movement. L. R. Emerson II may also be one of the most prolific artists the world has ever witnessed. Since 1983, has been personally compelled to develop and express through multi-directional art. Emerson never intended to become a household name in artmaking and the evidence of his effort to avoid selling out is firstly, his diligent efforts to make art that was intentionally against the common trends and secondly to keep his style secret from the world at large for two decades. Recently, however after Emerson decidedly released some of his work after keeping it suppressed since the 1980's renowned artist Georg Baselitz called L. R. Emerson's art"...inspiring." Baselitz' own art has sold for in excess of $4.2 million dollars at recent auction. Baselitz, according to Emerson has paved a way for artists, even ones who are not working neo-expressively to express themselves through multi-directional composition -- though Baselitz does not intend his upside-down works be hung in two or more directions as Emerson intentionally does. As Emerson puts it "Baselitz broke the water and I am simply delivering the baby" speaking metaphorically to the aspect of L. A. times featured article from 1984 showing Baselitz' then Upside-Down painting. By comparison, Emerson's 1984 series was removed from exhibition during the same time period ('85) as Emerson feared critical rejection and stylistic copying. Thus L. R. Emerson II's art was selectively hidden from the world for the next two decades. In 2005 Emerson II exhibited nearly 800 works sharing several signed prints with major museums and galleries in 11 countries, yet he determined it necessary to continue to hold other selections from the public eye. What is seen today in exhibition by Emerson are mere artistic fragments of what he actually creates. With his current work never shown and by only releasing work that is about two years old, Emerson keeps ahead of those who would choose to mimic his style. With over 100 awards to date and currently working in his third decade, L. R. Emerson II has proven himself worthy of critical appraisal. Nicholas Forrest, contributing writer to Art & Antiques Magazine wrote about L. R. Emerson II stating "An amazing artist, Amazing art!" 2006. L. R. has been actively researching, developing, and inventing methods of making art and specifically Upside-Down art known as Masg Art, from Gaelic meaning to mix; or infuse for 30 years. T o date, Emerson has delivered on his 1983 promises to make "Upside-Down Art" a household name in the very near future. In the aftermath we find now major artists effecting and or following the Upside-Down Art movement which is crossing international lines with artists such as Germany's Georg Baselitz and British Sculptor Anish Kapoor, giving significantly strong visual support. "We have come a long way but still have an engaging journey ahead. I am pleased however at our progress so far and know we have truly shattered the proverbial "glass ceiling" or stronghold of art conservators, critics and museums as they too now have accepted our methods of composition and see that we have forever changed the manner in which art is composed. The more I've advocated for Upside-Down Art, the greater the number of artists we (representatives and assistants) find are mimicking my style, however this is rewarding to me. Neither am I displeased to be named 'Jack the Flipper' (linguistically spinning Pollack's '... dripper' nomenclature). "Many artists are now heading to where I am at artistically - and this is both rewarding and flattering but when they arrive they see I am no longer there; for I only exhibit mostly past works thus keeping my latest upside-down inventions for another day." L. R. Emerson II, 2012 Please see the revolutionary art of L. R. Emerson II at www.upside-down-art.com , "The World's Largest Solo Artist Site" TM, and consider the merit of L. R. Emerson II's work for inclusion in your presentation, writing, evaluation and discussion of 21st Century Art. Music for this vidoe was created by L. R. Emerson II and is Copyright 2009 L. R. Emerson II, e4 Music Publishing
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With his traditional Chinese/Japanese patterns, Jimmy Ho, now in his sixties, remains one of the coolest and most forward thinking tattooists in Hong Kong. James Ho, Jimmy’s father, is widely recognized as Hong Kong’s very first local tattoo artist as he started inking foreign sailors as early as 1960s so if anything, Jimmy learnt everything from his old man. Jimmy opened his first tattoo shop at the age of 14, followed by more than 40 years serving clients including film stars and local gangsters. We visited his shop in Portland Street, Mong Kok, to talk to the veteran about his glorious career and “the golden age of Hong Kong tattoo”, while getting a koi fish tattoo on ourselves. More stories from our global VICE family: http://bit.ly/VICE-INTL- Check out our series about the craft of tattooing: http://bit.ly/Tattoo-Age Click here to subscribe to VICE: http://bit.ly/Subscribe-to-VICE Check out our full video catalog: http://bit.ly/VICE-Videos Videos, daily editorial and more: http://vice.com Like VICE on Facebook: http://fb.com/vice Follow VICE on Twitter: http://twitter.com/vice Read our Tumblr: http://vicemag.tumblr.com Follow us on Instagram: http://instagram.com/vice
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Join international scholars, curators, and contemporary artists for discussions and presentations related to the New American Wing Galleries for Paintings, Sculpture, and Decorative Arts, and other recently opened American art museums, wings, and galleries, from Boston to Bentonville. Welcome and Introduction Thomas P. Campbell, Director and Chief Executive Officer, MMA Morrison H. Heckscher, Lawrence A. Fleischman Chairman of the American Wing, MMA Keynote Address: What Makes American Art American? Adam Gopnik, author and staff writer, The New Yorker American Art in the Museum: Where Are We Now and Where Are We Headed? Kathleen A. Foster, Robert L. McNeil, Jr., Senior Curator of American Art and Director, Center for American Art, Philadelphia Museum of Art Putting American Art on an International Stage Alan Wallach, Ralph H. Wark Professor of Art and Art History and Professor of American Studies Emeritus, College of William and Mary Learn more about the New American Wing: http://www.metmuseum.org/en/collections/new-installations/american-wing This program is made possible by The Mr. and Mrs. Raymond J. Horowitz Foundation for the Arts.
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for more famous painters go to www.mythragallery.com ------------------------------------------------ Andy Warhol (August 6, 1928 – February 22, 1987) was an American artist who was a leading figure in the visual art movement known as pop art. His works explore the relationship between artistic expression, celebrity culture and advertisement that flourished by the 1960s. After a successful career as a commercial illustrator, Warhol became a renowned and sometimes controversial artist. The Andy Warhol Museum in his native city, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, holds an extensive permanent collection of art and archives. It is the largest museum in the United States dedicated to a single artist. --------------------------------------------------------------------- Contemporary art galleries are often established together in urban centers such as the Chelsea district of New York, widely considered to be the center of the American contemporary art world. Most large urban areas have several art galleries, and most towns will be home to at least one. However, they may also be found in small communities, and remote areas where artists congregate, e.g. the Taos art colony in New Mexico and St Ives, Cornwall; Hill End, Braidwood and Byron Bay in New South Wales Contemporary art galleries are usually free and open to the public, however some are semi-private, more exclusive, and by appointment only. ------------------------------------------------------- others videos from Mythra Gallery https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=weiD70TOT2E https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y0LO5Lgl8QY https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lYAD6fQedqI https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9y2z56GJQh4 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6KT_ZnP4uQY ------------------------------------------------------- Abstract Expressionism American Figurative Expressionism Bay Area Figurative Movement Lyrical Abstraction New York Figurative Expressionism New York School Abstract expressionism American Figurative Expressionism Abstract Imagists Bay Area Figurative Movement Color field Computer art Conceptual art Fluxus Happenings Hard-edge painting Lyrical Abstraction Minimalism Neo-Dada New York School Nouveau Réalisme Op Art Performance art Pop Art Postminimalism Washington Color School Kinetic art Arte Povera Ascii Art Bad Painting Body art Artist's book Feminist art Installation art Land Art Lowbrow (art movement) Photorealism Postminimalism Process Art Video art Funk art Pattern and Decoration Appropriation art Culture jamming Demoscene Electronic art Figuration Libre Graffiti Art Live art Mail art Postmodern art Neo-conceptual art Neo-expressionism Neo-pop Sound art Transgressive art Transhumanist Art Video installation Institutional Critique Bio art Cyberarts Cynical Realism Digital Art Information art Internet art Massurrealism Maximalism New media art Software art New European Painting Young British Artists Digital Painting Classical realism Relational art Street art Stuckism Superflat Pseudorealism Videogame art Superstroke VJ art Virtual art Art Fashion ---------------------------------------- Mythra Art Gallery invites artists to present participate their art works- painting, photography, sculpture and video art- in its galleries . Visual Art Painting Art Exhibition + INDIVIDUAL EXHIBITION + GROUP EXHIBITION Expo Artist Drawing Opening Persian Art Iranian Painting Sculpture Workshop Call For Artist Photography Architect ----------------------------------------- Art Fashion (Art Fashion Designer) on Mythra Gallery + Online Shopping (Buy Art Online) http://mythragallery.com/shop/
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"On par with Picasso, Van Gogh, Matisse and Warhol," HIGHLIGHT HOLLYWOOD, Tommy Lightfoot Garrett. "Bierdz is able to paint on that instinctual level." GENRE MAGAZINE, Mitch Rustad. "Bierdz is now one of Los Angeles' most successful and in-demand artists." EXPRESS NEWS, David Alexander Nahmod. "...Scarlett Johannson launched him amid the A-list celebrity art-collecting scene." THE ADVOCATE, Anne Stockwell. THE 100 MOST COLLECTIBLE PAINTINGS -- THE BLUE X PAINTINGS -- featured in the news and press. Please read what Highlight Hollywood says about this series below. --------------------------- Movie Of Thom Bierdz, Painter Of Consciousness; A Pentimento Journey ---------------------- Bierdz, world-renown for playing angst-ridden, wealthy Phillip Chancellor III on The Young & The Restless off and on since 1986, was established as a collectible visual artist in 2004 when Scarlett Johannson hosted his critically-acclaimed gallery show at Soicher-Marin near Los Angeles. "Top 100 Most Collectible Paintings" is a just-released 60 minute movie on Youtube packed with news clips on Bierdz, personal anecdotes and descriptions of 100 of his works showing befores (2004) and afters (2015). It is rare for a contemporary artist to have such sensitive brave work and history. The must-see movie has interviews by Lisa Rinna, Mary Hart and Pat Harvey. These 100 24x18" Consciousness Paintings employ color and contrast - in impressionism on top of fauvism, expressionism and art brut. Bierdz marries an innate flair for composition with a compulsion for seriality delivering aesthetically engaging patterned art which is at the same time both primitive and complex. The echoing of shapes illustrate how human events derive into one another. In his unique style, he pushes the language of current spiritual exploration forward, spinning form and content, questioning scale and the creation of each moment, offering innovative and inspiring work, on par with Picasso, Van Gogh, Matisse and Warhol. In 2011, Bierdz left Hollywood after 29 years for a more peaceful existence - as an artist in a lodge home in Lake Arrowhead, California. Thrilled to escape the city of over stimulus and ego-racing, the nonconformist renaissance man even gave up watching TV in his woodsy paradise because it "didn't feel good." He prefers to play with his dog and paint while listening to Youtube videos on science, spirituality, nutrition and healing. The spiritual seeker and aesthete believes he, and all humans, create their worlds with their conscious and subconscious thoughts and feelings, and optimistically believes that humans are designed without limits. (His memoirs, Forgiving Troy, about transcending tragedy to triumph after his paranoid schizophrenic brother killed their mom in 1989, documents Bierdz' lifelong journey to defy limits.) Bierdz also presides over the American Art Awards [www.AmericanArt Awards.com], an organization which annually honors the 25 Best Galleries In America as well as emerging and mid-career artists in 50 countries. "I see thousands of artists' styles each year, so I knew for me to become a household name as an artist I had to claim a style that no one else has. I have developed a layered expressionism intrinsic to my sense of design -- which also echoes my belief system of universal design." "Many scientists now tell us that every object in the world has consciousness," Bierdz continues, "Science breaks down to primordial spirals of energy between atoms - atoms which are not matter but vibrating waves, activated by thoughts and emotions, not necessarily DNA, which to me means we are free of prior limits. My multi-layered pentimento paintings are vignettes of life subtly showing how we create things and events." A pentimento (plural pentimenti) is an alteration in a painting, evidenced by traces of previous work, showing that the artist has changed his or her mind as to the composition during the process of painting. The word is Italian for repentance, from the verb pentirsi, meaning to repent. A Pentimento Journey certainly worth taking is this "Top 100 Most Collectible Paintings" movie. Visit Bierdz at www.ThomBierdz.com.
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What makes an Aaron Douglas and Aaron Douglas? How can you look at a painting and recognize the artist who created it? We will first look at the content of his paintings and then his artistic style. Aaron Douglas started out as an illustrator, a story teller without words. All his paintings tell stories. Content: What subjects does he paint? What stories do his pictures tell? What messages do you think is he trying to convey through his pictures? Style: How does he create his images? What artistic techniques does he use? How might you use these techniques in your own artwork? http://www.aarondouglas.ku.edu/exhibition/about.shtml Aaron Douglas was an African-American painter and graphic artist who played a leading role in the Harlem Renaissance of the 1920s and 1930s. Arriving in New York in 1925, Douglas quickly became immersed Harlem's cultural life. He contributed illustrations to Opportunity, the National Urban League's magazine, and to The Crisis, put out by the National Association for the Advancement Colored People. Douglas created powerful images of African-American life and struggles, and won awards for the work he created for these publications, ultimately receiving a commission to illustrate an anthology of philosopher Alain LeRoy Locke's work, entitled The New Negro. Douglas had a unique artistic style that fused his interests in modernism and African art. A student of German-born painter Winold Reiss, he incorporated parts of Art Deco along with elements of Egyptian wall paintings in his work. Many of his figures appeared as bold silhouettes. In 1926, Douglas married teacher Alta Sawyer, and the couple's Harlem home became a social Mecca for the likes of Langston Hughes and W. E. B. Du Bois, among other powerful African Americans of the early 1900s. Around the same time, Douglas worked on a magazine with novelist Wallace Thurman to feature African-American art and literature. Entitled Fire!!, the magazine only published one issue. https://issuu.com/poczineproject/docs/poczp_fire_1926_readview With his reputation for creating compelling graphics, Douglas became an in-demand illustrator for many writers. Some of his most famous illustration projects include his images for James Weldon Johnson's poetic work, God's Trombone(1927), http://docsouth.unc.edu/southlit/johnson/johnson.html and Paul Morand's Black Magic (1929). In addition to his illustration work, Douglas explored educational opportunities; after receiving a fellowship from the Barnes Foundation in Pennsylvania, he took time to study African and modern art. Douglas created some of his best-known painting in the 1930s. In 1930, he was hired to create a mural for the library at Fisk University. The following year, he spent time in Paris, where he studied with Charles Despiau and Othon Friesz. Back in New York, in 1933, Douglas had his first solo art show. Soon after, he started one of his most legendary works—a series of murals entitled "Aspects of Negro Life" that featured four panels, each depicting a different part of the African-American experience. Each mural included a captivating mix of Douglas's influences, from jazz music to abstract and geometric art. http://exhibitions.nypl.org/treasures/items/show/170
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Native American art fraud affects local artists in Rio Rancho and Sandoval County. Full story: http://www.rrobserver.com/news/article_6ed22ae8-5b63-11e6-99a5-67895cbe6500.html Presentation by Ira Wilson (Diné), Native American Art Expert at Shumakolowa Native Arts - https://www.facebook.com/shumakolowa/?fref=ts Video Broadcast by RRO Journalist Zita Fletcher
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The American Gentleman Red Carpet Series on Emerge TV covered the "Chivas Brotherhood, An Evening of Fashion & Style, The Art of the Suit." Special preview of the Fall Collection from Artful Gentleman. Red carpet interviews with WWE Alicia Fox, VH1 Single Ladies Terrell Tilford, Cathy Tomlin of Grey's Anatomy and more. Check out the full coverage on Emerge TV channel 430 on Wisecast.TV.
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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.
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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.
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