Tuesday Photo Challenge – Yellow Sun — The Shower of Blessings

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“Yellow is an interesting color to me, as it comes in many shades and tones, ranging from a warm hue when it’s close to orange to cold, almost antiseptic shades of yellow that might just start an argument. My personal preference is toward the warmer end of the spectrum, although there is beauty to be […]

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PAINT MOVEMENTS: Metaphysical Painting… — paintdigi

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PAINT MOVEMENTS (5) In this series of articles, I will give you, dear friends and readers, a simplified idea of the main styles and movements of painting. Metaphysical Painting Giorgio de Chirico: Great Metaphysical Interior (1917) Photo author: Mike Steele. Source: flickr.com (Some rights reserved) The metaphysical painting marks a return to a figurative painting that evokes […]

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Sculptures not very famous(5) — paintdigi

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ART AND BEAUTY IMAGES FOR YOU Sculptures not very famous(5) I have sought, in several countries, artistic beauties, not very celebrated; This is what I found for you: A statue of Frederick Chopin near the Symphony Lake in the Singapore Botanic Gardens. This work of art was created by Polish sculptor Karol Badyna.The inscription, on a […]

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DOODLEWASH REVIEW: Princeton Artist Brush Co. — Doodlewash

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Princeton Artist Brush Co. is based out of Princeton, New Jersey, USA and is one of our sponsors for World Watercolor Month. Check out all about World Watercolor Month festivities here– July is just around the corner! Princeton has serious variety and sizes of brushes, it’s impressive. In this review we are looking at five sets…

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Readers’ wildlife photos (and video) — Why Evolution Is True

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Today we’re celebrating urban wildlife. Here are photos from Anne-Marie Cournoyer in Montreal, who (with me) is co-owner of the Café Sauvage, a feeding station for the local beasts. Here are some of the customers (I leave it to readers to identify them): And speaking of squirrels, here’s a juvenile from reader Christopher Moss. His […]

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