May I live this day compassionate of heart, clear in word, gracious in awareness, courageous in thought, generous in love. --John O'Donohue
Rediscovering the Lost Art of Blessing--by Karen Horneffer Ginter, Jun 25, 2012…
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Miniature Art on the Tip of Pencil by Dalton Ghetti
Many artists have used pencils to create works of art – but Dalton Ghetti creates miniature masterpieces on the tips of pencils.
Dalton, who works as a carpenter, has been making his tiny graphite works for about 25 years. A sculpture of Elvis Presley wearing shades, carved from a single pencil.
The 49-year-old said: “At school I would carve a friend’s name…Continue
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Great Contemporary Street Art with 6 Artist Names Selected from Around The World
Posted on January 24, 2012 by Megha
The art of street art was born in 1942 and has rapidly evolved with each decade. New variety of forms of street art has been seen at times superior to sweep all that had been created before. In street art every detail, shadow, color, line. The artist creates a stylized logo – a “unique character” and portrays it in the areas of the urban landscape. The most…Continue
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Marcus Levine Nail Art
Unlike Andrew Myers who uses screws to create three dimensional portraits, Yorkshire sculptor Marcus Levine uses nails to express the human form.
The number of nails he uses for each sculpture varies from 3,000 to over 50,000.
“From morning sun to evening sun the shadows across the sculptures change and affect the contrast and, by altering artificial lighting, the sculptures can appear as light as a…Continue
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Visual Art by the Human Body.wmv…
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Mandalas: Spirit In Art
Zendalas- How to Draw a Mandala Zentangle Style…
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