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August 2009 Blog Posts (23)

just enjoy art with me..

"Just Enjoy art with me..”





It is my only message to my all artist friend and art lover and all art visitor .

Some one ask to me why I am saying this message to all again and again..?

I want to say about it art mean is just for refreshment of mind , heart and body so why I am not tell to all this message “JUST ENJOY ART WITH ME..”

I have master in Fine Art and I have read lots of art text and art history by book and by art work visuals. and I find a one message… Continue

Added by yogendra kumar purohit on August 31, 2009 at 11:27am — No Comments

Possibly the NEW ' MySpace for Arts'~? This is my Vision for AHI-FAN ~!!

Possibly the NEW ' MySpace for Arts'~? This is my Vision for AHI-FAN ~!! Bookmark and Share One can only imagine~ THEN one has to act~ and that is what I am doing with AHI-FAN!

I have been legally disabled since '1991 legally and physically disabled since' 1985 when I had my accident. I fell through a window and severed my right wrist causing 85% damage to my hand when it was… Continue

Added by AveHurley on August 30, 2009 at 3:44pm — 2 Comments

2oo Greatest Artists of All Time

TOP 200 ARTISTS OF THE 20TH CENTURY

TO NOW



The Times Top 200 Artists of the 20th Century to Now, created in association with the Saatchi Gallery.



Sixteen weeks after "The Times" invited its readers to have their say, the votes were in - a total of 1,461,523 of them - and ""The Times" revealed who we think are the most significant 200 painters, sculptors, photographers, video and installation artists working since 1900.



You can find out more about each… Continue

Added by Ramakrishna Yellepeddi on August 30, 2009 at 12:14pm — 2 Comments

David Hockney on why iPhones are the future for art

Read it here:

Added by Ramakrishna Yellepeddi on August 30, 2009 at 12:00pm — 3 Comments

art

Today art has taken a new form altogether.Some years back art had its own special place,but since the age of computers has taken over all else, we find a new dimension added to art in its totality.Art has been expressed in different ways.We find art as never before, and what we see is really what we had only imagined some time ago.Computers has helped art to progress by leaps and bounds.Art can be expressed in whatever way we want it to be through the help of the computer.

Those who are… Continue

Added by alpana rathod on August 30, 2009 at 8:22am — 7 Comments

Is this true? Just having some fun!

I just took a test & this is what I am told :

Your Soul Is Connected to the Winter


You approach life with a zen-like calm that other people envy. Nothing rattles…
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Added by Dr. Krishna Kumari Challa on August 27, 2009 at 12:00pm — 2 Comments

QUESTIONNAIRE FOR PUBLICATION OF YOUR PERSONAL INTERVIEW IN OUR ART MAGAZINE

Dear Artists,

I am planning to bring out a special number of our bilingual quarterly art-journal 'Kala-Prayojan' http://kala-prayojan.blogspot.com/ featuring International Artists (with their old as well as recent paintings). For this purpose, I am sending you the following questionnaire for consideration and response. Should I hope that you would be kind enough to go through it thoroughly. By replying suitably at your earliest convenience and thus helping our research team to publish… Continue

Added by Hemant Shesh on August 25, 2009 at 3:30pm — 18 Comments

The Music Of Poligraf : The Dam part 7



("Between the waves" by Ivan Aivazovsky)





The seventh chapter of "The Dam" is entitled "Flow" and presents our protagonist/narrator having passed the test, overcome the obstacle, levelled the dam, and…

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Added by Christopher Stewart on August 25, 2009 at 6:26am — No Comments

New resource to help online Artists to better show and sell their art online~

I am making this resource available to ALL artists who wish to sell and promote their art online without any costs. Lets face it, most of us artists have limited computer skills and less promotional skills~



Anyway after compiling my research and testing the market with my own art, I have sold over 300 works of art in the last 2 years online in the places I am sharing here.



I did join many of the POD sites where I had to pay an annual fee and found they didnt really… Continue

Added by AveHurley on August 23, 2009 at 6:00am — No Comments

Free Signed Art Print~! No Purchase Needed~! From Ave Hurley~!

I hope you are having a great summer~! Its been going by so fast here!



I have been so busy on my network~ Site Traffic is up alot~ Sales are also improving~My last month's 5 Contest winners have all received their prizes and my new Contest is a photo contest that is free to enter.Details are right on my site. I have… Continue

Added by AveHurley on August 23, 2009 at 5:00am — No Comments

La Cocina

La Cocina



I

am in the kitchen roasting chiles and you are in your studio playing The Gipsy Kings, and quite loud, I might add. I began to think, as the chiles charred, of all the merengues and tangos we had danced when we were so young that we could dance the night away and take shot after shot in celebration of the great Manitas de Plata. “The fingers of silver,” as he and his brother were known, could pound anything made of wood and keep the flamenco rhythm vibrant and… Continue

Added by Michael Forbus on August 18, 2009 at 4:59am — No Comments

My mother - An Angel

Mother, oh my pure, innocent and sweet mother

When you are there for me why bother

About Heaven, when you could create one here on Earth

With your love and sacrifice since my birth

You have only one thought in your mind

The well being of your children - you are so kind

You toiled day and night to make us happy and comfortable

I searched the whole world and found you uncomparable

You are so selfless

While performing your duty you are… Continue

Added by Dr. Krishna Kumari Challa on August 16, 2009 at 10:00am — 3 Comments

Rooted: Essay I just finished for an exhibition in Luxembourg

CultureInside, an artist-run web-based artist and art social and professional network, celebrates our first exhibition and competition for "Rooted" that opened on June 25, 2009 at Galerie Clairefontaine, one of the finest galleries specializing in photography in the Luxembourg region. It was a very productive collaboration. We conjoined to engage a topic and stage a competition and exhibition both online at www.cultureinside.com and at the gallery. The genesis of this exhibition is a seed… Continue

Added by Frank Shifreen on August 13, 2009 at 11:30am — 2 Comments

The Music Of Poligraf : The Dam part 4



(Daniel-Johnson's Manic 5 dam in Quebec, Canada - photo by Pierre cb)





Part 4 of The Dam is entitled simply “Dam.” In the storyline, this is when the obstacle is recognized and the necessity of dealing with it is…

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Added by Christopher Stewart on August 10, 2009 at 9:54pm — No Comments

Music can affect the way of our facial expressions

Found in Neuroscience Department





Music can be thought of as a form of emotional communication, with which the performer conveys an emotional state to the listener. This "language" is remarkably powerful - it can evoke strong emotions, and make your heart race or send tingles down your spine. And it is universal - the emotional content of a piece of music can be understood by anyone, regardless of cultural background.



Are the emotions evoked by piece of music similar… Continue

Added by Theonesoul on August 10, 2009 at 8:25pm — 1 Comment

We see what we wante to see

Found in Neuroscience Department and want to share with you







People who place an emphasis on positive things and are generally optimistic are sometimes said to "see the world through rose-tinted glasses". According to a new study by Canadian researchers, this is more than just an idiom. The study, which has just been published in the Journal of Neuroscience, provides the first direct evidence that the mood we are in affects the way we see things by modulating the activity… Continue

Added by Theonesoul on August 10, 2009 at 8:23pm — 1 Comment

Brain's representation of an ambiguous object

Optical illusions can tell us much about the functioning of the brain's visual system. They work because the visual system reconstructs stimuli not according to how they actually are, but by making certain assumptions about their properties in order to fill in the gaps and It is unclear exactly how this illusion works, but it probably has something to do with the brain's representation of an ambiguous object

so i looked for more infos and i found this article below in Neuroscience On… Continue

Added by Theonesoul on August 10, 2009 at 8:19pm — No Comments

The left brain/ right brain myth



The left brain/ right brain myth

Article by Neuroscience Department





This "right brain vs left brain test" from the Herald Sun is doing the rounds on the internet today. The article contains the so-called "spinning silhouette" optical illusion (below), and states that if you see the the dancer rotating in a clockwise direction "you use more of the right side of your brain and vice versa."



You've probably heard… Continue

Added by Theonesoul on August 10, 2009 at 7:19pm — 4 Comments

'Right Brain' or 'Left Brain' - Myth Or Reality?

'Right Brain' or 'Left Brain' -

Myth Or Reality?

By John McCrone

The New Scientist http://www.rbiproduction.co.uk

© New Scientist, RBI Limited 2000

From Skye Turell

7-21-00







Turn to the small advertisements in many a Sunday magazine, says John McCrone, and you'll find something rather like this: "Are you good at logic, great at analysis and working out maths problems? Then you're probably a left-brainer . . . Want to get in touch with your… Continue

Added by Theonesoul on August 10, 2009 at 9:46am — 2 Comments

SPIRIT OF OPULENCE!

THE SPIRIT OF OPULENCE

By Thomas Troward, Excerpt from “The Hidden Power”





“It is quite a mistake to suppose that we must restrict and stint ourselves in

order to develop greater power or usefulness. This is to form the conception of

the Divine Power as so limited that the best use we can make of it is by a policy of

self-starvation, whether material or mental. Of course, if we believe that some

form of self-starvation is necessary to our producing good… Continue

Added by Ron Barrow on August 9, 2009 at 10:24am — No Comments

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