Works containing information articles on subjects in every field of knowledge, usually arranged in alphabetical order, or a similar work limited to a special field or subject. (From The ALA Glossary of Library and Information Science, 1983)
Discussions, descriptions or catalogs of public displays or items representative of a given subject.
Individuals enrolled in a school or formal educational program.
Facilities which provide nursing supervision and limited medical care to persons who do not require hospitalization.
Computer systems capable of assembling, storing, manipulating, and displaying geographically referenced information, i.e. data identified according to their locations.
Products made by baking or firing nonmetallic minerals (clay and similar materials). In making dental restorations or parts of restorations the material is fused porcelain. (From McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific and Technical Terms, 4th ed & Boucher's Clinical Dental Terminology, 4th ed)
Philosophy based on the analysis of the individual's existence in the world which holds that human existence cannot be completely described in scientific terms. Existentialism also stresses the freedom and responsibility of the individual as well as the uniqueness of religious and ethical experiences and the analysis of subjective phenomena such as anxiety, guilt, and suffering. (APA, Thesaurus of Psychological Index Terms, 8th ed.)
Health as viewed from the perspective that humans and other organisms function as complete, integrated units rather than as aggregates of separate parts.

Marmoricola aurantiacus gen. nov., sp. nov., a coccoid member of the family Nocardioidaceae isolated from a marble statue. (1/24)

A Gram-positive, aerobic bacterium with coccoid cells occurring singly, in pairs and in clusters was isolated from the surface of a marble statue. The peptidoglycan contain LL-diaminopimelic acid as diagnostic diamino acid and a single glycine residue as interpeptide bridge (type A3 gamma). The major menaquinone is MK-8(H4). The cellular fatty acid pattern consists of straight chain saturated and monounsaturated components and 10-methyl octadecanoic (tuberculostearic) acid as the only branched chain fatty acid. Phosphatidylinositol, phosphatidylglycerol and diphosphatidylglycerol occur as characteristic polar lipids. The DNA G + C composition is 72 mol%. According to its phylogenetic position and 16S rDNA signature nucleotides, the organism is a member of the family Nocardioidaceae. The combination of chemotaxonomic characteristics is unique within this family and supports the description of a new genus and new species, Marmoricola aurantiacus. The type strain is strain BC 361T (= DSM 12652T).  (+info)

An organ donor memorial. (2/24)

This article describes how a memorial to transplant donors was created in a district general hospital. The subjects discussed include: how to start, the official ceremony, the value of such a venture to those concerned, finance and time involved, a description of the memorial itself, the ongoing promotion of the scheme, and the pressing need for organ donors.  (+info)

Conservation of ornamental stone by Myxococcus xanthus-induced carbonate biomineralization. (3/24)

Increasing environmental pollution in urban areas has been endangering the survival of carbonate stones in monuments and statuary for many decades. Numerous conservation treatments have been applied for the protection and consolidation of these works of art. Most of them, however, either release dangerous gases during curing or show very little efficacy. Bacterially induced carbonate mineralization has been proposed as a novel and environmentally friendly strategy for the conservation of deteriorated ornamental stone. However, the method appeared to display insufficient consolidation and plugging of pores. Here we report that Myxococcus xanthus-induced calcium carbonate precipitation efficiently protects and consolidates porous ornamental limestone. The newly formed carbonate cements calcite grains by depositing on the walls of the pores without plugging them. Sonication tests demonstrate that these new carbonate crystals are strongly attached to the substratum, mostly due to epitaxial growth on preexisting calcite grains. The new crystals are more stress resistant than the calcite grains of the original stone because they are organic-inorganic composites. Variations in the phosphate concentrations of the culture medium lead to changes in local pH and bacterial productivity. These affect the structure of the new cement and the type of precipitated CaCO(3) polymorph (vaterite or calcite). The manipulation of culture medium composition creates new ways of controlling bacterial biomineralization that in the future could be applied to the conservation of ornamental stone.  (+info)

Gunther von Hagens and Body Worlds part 2: The anatomist as priest and prophet. (4/24)

Part 1 of this two-part series highlighted tensions between the anatomical quest for scientific knowledge about the human interior and artistic representations of the anatomized body, contrasting the roles of Goethe's scientific Prosektor and humanistic Proplastiker-roles disturbingly fused in Gunther von Hagens. Part 2 first examines religious interpretations of the human body that fuel the tensions manifest in anatomy art. The body in Western cultures is a sacred text amenable to interpretation as handiwork of God, habitation for the soul, and vehicle for resurrection. As handiwork of God the body beckons the anatomist's scalpel, helping establish dissection as the hallmark of Western medicine. The body as divinely designed machine encompasses the idea of an indwelling soul expressing its will in actions mediated through the intricate network of muscles-an understanding reflected in the oft occurring muscle men of early anatomical textbooks. Interconnections of body and soul in medieval somatic spirituality are examined with reference to ideas of resurrection and their impact on anatomical illustration. Part 2 concludes with consideration of von Hagens as priest and prophet, culminating in the Promethean impulse that recognizes not God but ourselves as proper owners and molders of our destiny, embodied in the plastinator's visionary quest to create the superhuman.  (+info)

Cat dissection vs. sculpting human structures in clay: an analysis of two approaches to undergraduate human anatomy laboratory education. (5/24)

Many human anatomy courses are taught using cat dissection. Alternatives are available, but information regarding learning outcomes is incomplete. In 2003, approximately 120 undergraduates enrolled in a human anatomy course were assigned to one of two treatment groups. In the control group, students performed cat dissections (emphasizing isolation and identification) of the muscular, digestive, and cardiovascular systems. In the experimental treatment group, students built clay sculptures of each human body system. Student learning was evaluated by using both low- and high-difficulty questions. On pre- and postexperiment control exams, there were no significant differences in student performance. On exams after a cat dissection vs. a human-clay sculpting experience, the students in the human-clay sculpting treatment group scored significantly higher than their classmates in the cat dissection group on both the low- and high-difficulty questions. Student attitudes toward dissection and taking future human anatomy courses were also measured. There were no differences in student attitudes at the beginning of the experiment; afterward, students exposed to a cat dissection experience viewed dissection more favorably than students in the human-clay sculpting treatment group. There were no treatment effects on student willingness to take future human anatomy courses. The experimental design makes it difficult to conclude precisely why students assigned to the human-clay sculpting experience performed better on exams, but as each method was performed in this particular human anatomy course, our data indicate that human-clay sculpting may be a viable alternative to cat dissection in an anatomy course in which the students focus on human anatomy.  (+info)

Contributions of in situ microscopy to the current understanding of stone biodeterioration. (6/24)

In situ microscopy consists of simultaneously applying several microscopy techniques without separating the biological component from its habitat. Over the past few years, this strategy has allowed characterization of the biofilms involved in biodeterioration processes affecting stone monuments and has revealed the biogeophysical and biogeochemical impact of the microbiota present. In addition, through in situ microscopy diagnosis, appropriate treatments can be designed to resolve the problems related to microbial colonization of stone monuments.  (+info)

Application of molecular nucleic acid-based techniques for the study of microbial communities in monuments and artworks. (7/24)

Microorganisms play critical roles in every kind of habitat on Earth, including those constructed by humans. Thus, our cultural heritage is affected by microbial colonization. While classical microbiological methods based on culturing procedures have provided important, but limited information on the microbial diversity of natural samples, novel molecular techniques have been extremely valuable in unraveling the diversity of microbiota involved in the biodeterioration of our monuments and artworks. The knowledge gained from these approaches has allowed the design of strategies for conserving and protecting monuments for the benefit of future generations. This review describes the state-of-the-art of the application of molecular methods to the analysis of cultural assets, and provides near-future perspectives on the subject.  (+info)

Hairstyles in the arts of Greek and Roman antiquity. (8/24)

Styling one's hair seems to be an innate desire of humans to emphasize their beauty and power. As reviewed here, hairstyles were influenced by preceding cultures, by religion, by those depicted for gods and emperors on sculptures and coins. In addition, they were determined by aspects of lifestyle such as sports, wealth, and the desire to display inner feelings. The historical changes in fashions can be exemplarily followed by a visitor to an art collection of Graeco-Roman antiquity. The study of hairstyles permits an insight into very basic aspects of the self-conception of individuals and of the respective societies.  (+info)

Looking for Chryselephantine Sculpture? Find out information about Chryselephantine Sculpture. sculpture in gold and ivory. Chryselephantine sculpture, a genre typical of classical art, was mainly used for colossal statues of the gods. The statues... Explanation of Chryselephantine Sculpture
The modern sculpture movement can be said to begin at the Rodin exhibit at the Universal Exhibition held in Paris in 1900. At this event Rodin showed his Burghers of Calais, Balzac, Victor Hugo statues, and the exhibition included the first public showing of his Gates of Hell which included The Thinker.[6][7] Cubist sculpture, in the early 20th century, was a style that developed in parallel with cubist painting, and the formal experiments of Georges Braque and Pablo Picasso. Beginning around 1909 and evolving through the early 1920s cubist artists developed new means of constructing works of art using collage, sculptural assemblage using disparate materials and traditional sculpture making from plaster and clay molds. Some sources name Picassos 1909 bronze Head of a Woman as the first cubist sculpture.[8] Artists like Raymond Duchamp-Villon (1876-1918), whose career was cut short by his death in military service, and Alexander Archipenko, whod arrived in Paris in 1908 and whose 1912 Walking ...
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Exhibition. August 1-November 1, 2010. Since its birth in the first half of the 19th century, photography has offered an unprecedented way to analyze works of art for further study. Through crop, focus, angle of view, degree of close-up, and lighting, as well as through ex post facto techniques of darkroom manipulation, collage, montage, and assemblage, photographers not only interpret the works they record but create stunning reinventions. The Original Copy: Photography of Sculpture, 1839 to Today presents a critical examination of the intersections between photography and sculpture, exploring how the one medium has become implicated in the understanding of the other. Through a selection of nearly 300 outstanding pictures by more than 100 artists from the dawn of modernism to the present, the exhibition looks at the ways in which photography at once informs and challenges our understanding of sculpture. Addressing how and why sculpture became a photographic subject, the exhibition examines pictures
Secondary School session for KS3-5. Studio session. Dates available: ̶1̶9̶,̶ ̶2̶0̶,̶ ̶2̶1̶ November 2019 21, ̶2̶2̶,̶ 23 April 2020 23, 24, 25 June 2020 Duration 4.5 hours (11.00-16.00). Maximum 20 students. By studying fine examples of sculpture, examining the form, function and techniques used in creating medals and other relief sculptures, students will find inspiration for their own sculptural work. Students will: Learn sculptural techniques, including moulding and casting using alginate and plaster Make a relief sculpture. This workshop involves messy materials. Please bring 1 cardboard shoe box for every 5 students to take the sculptures back to school. Download Teachers Notes here.
TY - JOUR. T1 - Analysis of the body mass index and leg profiles of Asian women after total leg sculpture. AU - Tsai, Feng Chou. AU - Chen, Chien Hao. AU - Lin, Chan Yi. AU - Ho, Li Yung. PY - 2009/8. Y1 - 2009/8. N2 - BACKGROUND: In addition to the conventional methods used to improve leg contours, total leg sculpture, including liposuction, selective neurectomy, and transilluminated powered phlebectomy, provides a one-time solution of leg contour problems, which is a major aesthetic concern among Asian women. The authors present the postoperative results of total leg sculpture and determine any significance and correlation between the leg variables and body mass index by statistical analysis. METHODS: Thirty female patients who underwent total leg sculpture between 2005 and 2008 were included in the study, and prospective analysis of the patients data was performed during a follow-up period of 1 year. Local measurement variables and body mass index were recorded, and the correlation between ...
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Ice Age Lion Man is world s earliest figurative sculpture Work carved from mammoth ivory has been redated and 1,000 new fragments discovered but it won t make it to British Museum show The star exhibit initially promised for the British Museum s Ice Age Art show will not be coming but for a good reason. New pieces of Ulm s Lion Man sculpture have been discovered and it has been found to be much older than originally thought, at around 40,000 years. This makes it the world s earliest figurative sculpture. At the London exhibition, which opens on 7 February, a replica from the Ulm Museum will instead go on display. The story of the discovery of the Lion Man goes back to August 1939, when fragments of mammoth ivory were excavated at the back of the Stadel Cave in the Swabian Alps, south-west Germany. This was a few days before the outbreak of the Second World War. When it was eventually reassembled in 1970, it was regarded as a standing bear or big cat, but with human characteristics. The ivory ...
The collecting of sculpture, including that of earlier periods, goes back some 2,000 years in Greece, China and Mesoamerica, and many collections were available on semi-public display long before the modern museum was invented. From the 20th century the relatively restricted range of subjects found in large sculpture expanded greatly, with abstract subjects and the use or representation of any type of subject now common. Today much sculpture is made for intermittent display in galleries and museums, and the ability to transport and store the increasingly large works is a factor in their construction. Small decorative figurines, most often in ceramics, are as popular today (though strangely neglected by modern and Contemporary art) as they were in the Rococo, or in ancient Greece when Tanagra figurines were a major industry, or in East Asian and Pre-Columbian art. Small sculpted fittings for furniture and other objects go well back into antiquity, as in the Nimrud ivories, Begram ivories and ...
The intermediate six-week course provides an introduction to the basic concepts and techniques of sculptural practice through individual student research, technical demonstrations, discussion of readings, technical exercises, and hands-on project development, within the context of a collaborative studio environment. As well, students develop a critical and constructive approach to critiques, time management skills, a professional attitude toward creating and presenting sculpture, and creative approaches to problem solving. The first and second year course is taught in a large studio with shared workstations and storage cupboards.. In third year, the twelve-week sculpture course provide students with an opportunity to explore their individual interests through an in-depth focus on development of conceptual ideas and technical skill. Students will create artworks related to three-dimensional space and the exploration of contemporary artistic practices, as well as advanced sculpture processes ...
Plensas numerous awards and honors include the Chevalier des Arts et Lettres from the French Minister of Culture, the National Art Award of Catalonia, Spain, and an honorary doctorate from the Art Institute of Chicago. Plensa has exhibited in major museums and galleries worldwide, including the Galérie Nationale du Jeu de Paume in Paris; the Henry Moore Sculpture Trust in Halifax, England; Museo Reina Sofía, Madrid; Museum der Modernen Kunst, Vienna, and in New York, Chicago and Tokyo. Outdoor and public sculpture is an equally important aspect of Plensas output, with numerous installations in North America, Europe and Asia. One of his most notable works is Crown Fountain (2000-04) in Chicagos Millennium Park, arguably one of the most successful public art projects of the past decade. Plensas works are also found in the collections of such notable museums as the Nasher Sculpture Center, the Art Institute of Chicago and the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, among many others. Sho was ...
Indoor sculpture to contrast with the outdoor work currently on display at the San Antonio Botanical Garden. Curated by New York-based independent curator Lilly Wei and features artists from the Texas Sculpture Group. 3D-ery from Caprice Pierucci, Brooke Gassiot, Brent Baggett, Cathy Cunningham-Little, Joseph Duarte, Garland Fielder, Jack Gron, Maria Cristina Jadick, Paul Kittelson, Ken Little, Hans Molzberger, Beverly Penn, Jade Walker & Gary Webernick; all members of the advocacy org Texas Sculpture Group. ...
Cass Sculpture Foundation displays its commissioned large-scale works at its sculpture estate at Goodwood, West Sussex. The grounds are located in an area of outstanding natural beauty with views to the south coast. The woodland has been sensitively landscaped to show each sculpture to maximum effect with minimum visual interference from neighbouring pieces. Walking around the estate thus becomes a journey of discovery as each work is revealed in its own carefully planned space ...
My main focus is the human figure. Im devoted to creating sculpture that is spontaneous and contemporary in its sensibility, yet reflects a love for the past, in particular classical Greek art and the great masters of sculpture throughout history. Clay and bronze are how I interpret human form, which allow me to speak visually.. Anthony Antonios was born in New York City and attended the High School of Art and Design. He studied at Pratt Institute, the City College of New York, the Art Students League, and the National Academy of Design. His teachers included Robert Beverly Hale and Evangelos Frudakis. Today his work ranges from three-dimensional to relief sculpture to figurative drawings.. Mr. Antonios recently completed a commission for Fordham Prep on the campus of Fordham University in the Bronx-two 3-feet-wide by 7-feet-high reliefs cast in bronze. He has done many commissions, including for the Bearden-Josey Center for Breast Health at Spartanburg Regional Hospital in Spartanburg, SC, ...
2013: Protesting Time, Piper Gallery, London UK. 2012: July Group Show, Scott Gallery, Edmonton, AB. 2012: 7 Years in the City, Art Gallery of Alberta, Edmonton, AB. 2009: New Works, Scott Gallery, Edmonton. 2008: Peter Hide at the RAM, Royal Alberta Museum, Edmonton, AB. 2007: Small Sculpture, Scott Gallery, Edmonton. 2007: Peter Hide Sculpture, Poussin Gallery, London. 2005: Ironbridge Trilogy, Museum of Steel Sculpture, Coalbrookdale, Shrop, England. 2003: Monumental Sculpture at Jesus College, Cambridge, England. 2003: New Small Sculpture, Scott Gallery, Edmonton. 2002-04: Big Things, Outdoor Sculpture at the Provincial Museum, Edmonton. 2002: Sculpture in the Round, curated by Terry Fenton, Harcourt House, Edmonton. 2002: 10 Years of ECAS, Edmonton Art Gallery, Edmonton, AB. 1998: Peter Hide in Context, Edmonton Art Gallery, AB. 1998: Sculpture by Invitation, Edmonton Contemporary Art Society, Edmonton, AB. 1996: Kathleen Laverty Gallery/ FAB Gallery, University of Alberta. 1995-96: Grounds ...
Each sculpture is handmade and painted with no more tools than fingers and a paint brush. By virtue of this primal process, each creation is completely unique and produced in a fluid and intuitive manner. The process begins with a handmade metal armature over which light weight clay is sculpted. The painting is executed with acrylic, mineral and oil pigments and the embedded eyes are glass. When complete the whole piece is glazed to intensify colour and strength. With inspiration derived from animal physiology and a love of the fantastic, grotesque and absurd, each sculpture is unique and personable. The detailed craftsmanship is rich and thoughtful and never cast molded or replicated. Despite appearances these sculptures ship extremely well, I ship internationally on a weekly basis. ...
With a collection of more than 50 monumental sculptures sited across 40 acres of park, lake and woodland, the Lynden Sculpture Garden is committed to promoting the enjoyment and appreciation of art, sculpture, and the environment through exhibitions, educational experiences, and connections with the community.
Designing an enchanted garden is easy when you incorporate the proper mythical creatures into it. Spiff up your homes curb appeal by adding the Sea Serpent Garden Sculpture to your garden bed.. An exclusive item from Uncommon Goods, this sea serpent sculpture is made to look as if its swimming in your lawn. Kids are going to love the magical element this sea serpent brings to the outdoors, while adults will marvel at how artistic and whimsical the creature looks. The detailing is incredible, from the serpents scales, to its curvy spine, to its whiskers, to its fish-like tail. This sculpture is classy enough to be put on display in elite botanical and city gardens.. ...
April Flowers for redOrbit.com - Your Universe Online. At the Tayinat Archaeological Project (TAP) excavation site in Turkey, archaeologists have unearthed two new and exciting sculptures. One is a large, semi-circular column base, ornately decorated on one side and the other is a beautiful and colossal human sculpture. These cultural treasures are both from a monumental gate complex that provided access to the upper citadel of Kunulua, capital of the Neo-Hittite Kingdom of Patina that existed from approximately 1000 - 738 BC.. These newly discovered Tayinat sculptures are the product of a vibrant local Neo-Hittite sculptural tradition, said Professor Tim Harrison, the Tayinat Project director and professor of Near Eastern Archaeology in the University of Torontos Department of Near and Middle Eastern Civilizations. They provide a vivid glimpse into the innovative character and sophistication of the Iron Age cultures that emerged in the eastern Mediterranean following the collapse of the ...
Dear Passenger, In keeping with classical 20th Century practice, this elevator has been retasked into a post modern sculpture for the Festival of Nations. We apologize for any conceptual or practical inconvenience this may cause. How to enjoy this sculpture: 1. From the outside of the sculpture press a button. As you are reading this you have already probably done this or someone has done this for you. 2. The elevator is a unique interactive sculpture in that it promises, like the highway and the gas chamber, the possibility of being somewhere else. 3. When the doors open, someone may magically appear already inside of the sculpture: this may even be someone you love, despise, or more likely, have no idea who they are, other than that they live in the same building. Act as appropriate. Do not blame the sculpture, which has, like life, simply presented these people to you. Indeed, when in doubt, this sculpture suggests you simply act as if they are somehow not there. 4. Press a button. Any ...
On Thursday, May 1, Parks & Recreation commemorated the completion of the Ralph Ellison Memorial with a dramatic dedication ceremony. Attended by numerous public officials, including Deputy Mayor Patricia E. Harris and former Council Member Stanley E. Michels, the event centered around the unveiling of the memorials sculptural feature, an enormous bronze structure designed by noted artist Elizabeth Catlett. The statue faces Ellisons former home-730 Riverside Drive-where his wife, Fannie Ellison, still resides and is located in an area where Ellison used to sit and walk. The monument stands 15 high and 10 wide with the body of the invisible man carved into its mass. It is the first new, permanent sculpture to be placed in a City park in over two years, and the second to celebrate the life of an African-American artist. Parks & Recreation Commissioner Adrian Benepe called the sculpture, one of the most important artistic monuments to be added to New York Citys landscape in the past 100 ...
This book focuses on works of art, their creators, and the circumstances affecting their creation. This revision is designed to provide readers with a more streamlined approach to understanding Italian Renaissance art without losing the enthusiasm and appreciation that Hartt demonstrated for this area and which earlier editions of this book conveyed so successfully.Italy and Italian Art; Duecento Art in Tuscany and Rome; Florentine Art of the Early Trecento; Sienese Art of the Early Trecento; Later Gothic Art in Tuscany and Northern Italy; The Beginnings of Renaissance Architecture; Gothic and Renaissance in Tuscan Sculpture; Gothic and Renaissance in Florentine Painting; The Heritage of Masaccio and the Second Renaissance Style; The Second Renaissance Style in Architecture and Sculpture; Absolute and Perfect Painting: The Second Renaissance Style; Crisis and Crosscurrents; Science, Poetry, and Prose; The Renaissance in Central Italy; Gothic and Renaissance in Venice and Northern Italy; The High
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The desert is full of jackrabbits but none as big as this one.. A giant sand sculpture in the shape of a jackrabbit was made on site for the Coachella Valley Wildflower Festival on Saturday at the Santa Rosa & San Jacinto Mountains National Monument Visitors Center in Palm Desert.. Professional sand sculptors Kirk Rademaker and Rusty Croft used 26 tons of sand for the piece. Croft said earlier in the week that it would be 6feet tall at its highest point and about 15 feet wide.. They started building the sculpture from a mound of sand on Wednesday and intended to keep working on it up until the festival, where it would be revealed. Depending on Mother Nature, it could remain in place for months.. Volunteers eventually will take it down.. The visitors center is located at 51-500 Highway 74, Palm Desert.. - Staff report. ...
Canadian artist Calvin Nicholls creates incredibly intricate and realistic paper sculptures. He began experimenting with paper sculptures in the mid-80s and since then has produced more than 500 pieces. Each artwork can take him around four weeks to produce and in some cases have taken up to two years.
Indonesian artist Eko Nugroho creates sculptures and 2D works that probe the tension between beauty and violence. Nugrohos life-size resin sculptures of gun-toting human figures in flower suits are unnerving at a first glance. Rebels or enemies in unlikely disguises, these characters elicit a mixed reaction of fear and surprise, even laughter. Combining text and images, Nugrohos elaborate tapestries put a surreal, folkloric spin on propaganda art. Take a look at some photos of Eko Nugrohos work by Desi Suryanto and Oki Permatasari below.. ...
Across her work in sculpture, photography, installation, and performance, Julie Rrap interrogates common symbols of femininity. Her somewhat disquieting work points to the idea of gender as a performance - one that is sometimes painful and uncomfortable to execute. Well-heeled feet are at the focus of many of Rraps works, such as her sculpture Stepping Out, which features a pair of severed womens feet that have grown fleshy heels like a sort of impractical evolutionary mechanism. The piece hints at the pressure women face to modify their bodies to fit impossible beauty standards.. In a photo piece called Walking on Water, Rrap dons high heels made out of ice. While the frozen shoes evoke supreme discomfort, her performance Loaded flips their meaning. For this work, she wore heels made out of frozen pigment and painted with her feet as the shoes melted, turning her footwear from cumbersome fetish object to functional artistic tool. Rrap began her career as a performance artist in the 1970s and ...
In September 1836 sculptor William Calder Marshall (1813-94) left Edinburgh for Rome to join the international community of artists studying and working in the city. He departed with a mind to meet the famous sculptors John Gibson (1790-1866) and Bertel Thorvaldsen (1770-1844) who were based there. He was disappointed to find marble was far more expensive than he had expected.. Marshall produced a number of sculptures during his eighteen-month stay, including Psyche (1836-7), Italia (1837) and Hero And Leander (1837). He also enjoyed all the pursuits of the tourist: drinking coffee, viewing The Colosseum by moonlight and visiting the theatre. The threat of cholera, however, was constantly at his heels.. Marshalls papers, housed in the Henry Moore Institute Archive of Sculptors Papers, provide a glimpse into his trip and demonstrate the pleasures and considerable risks of working abroad for the British sculptor. Precautions against cholera considerably delayed Marshalls journey to Rome - ...
Putting a spin on it: Self-described creative misfits (left to right) Rene Hatalovsky, Kelly Perkins, Dee Dee Green, Alison Higgins, Gabriel Price and Jacqueline Luhta (not shown) are one of several artists/artist groups selected as Papio Ambassadors for the Second Annual Key West Art & Historical Society Papio Kinetic Sculpture Parade, a mobile sculpture and art-bike processional that will roll through downtown Key West on Saturday, May 6, powered by the creativity and whimsy of artists and assemblers of all ages. To achieve their planned creation, this team is in full-tilt scavenging mode - even copping a plethora of paints from the free monthly Hazardous Waste drop-off bin. ...
About the memorial: Memorial sculpture group to the memory of prisoners of war and victims of concentration camps 1914-1945, c.1967-69 by Fred Kormis, sited at Gladstone Park, Dollis Hill. This group comprises five fibreglass resin sculptures with bronze powder. Four male seated figures occupy a series of stepped platforms, with a fifth standing at the margin of the group. The platforms are clad in dark brindled brick paviours and surrounded by a cobbled surface of pebbles set into cement with a paviour border. The group is set against a sloping wall of shuttered reinforced concrete, painted white. Although the seated figures are arranged in contrasting postures they depict male figures of similar appearance, with swaddling-like wound strips of clothing, as if the same individual is shown at different states or conditions. Kormis described the sequence of figures as a five-chapter novel, each chapter describing a successive state of mind of internment: stupor after going into captivity; ...
Their disarming material is inspired. Certainly eccentric for sculpture, chewing gum is a casual emblem for the quiet, ruminative anxieties embedded in times passage. Its a long way from bronze and marble, but for Szapocznikows art thats a good thing. ALSO:. More art reviews from the Los Angeles Times. Getty Center garden closed through May for upgrades. Book review: The Swimming Pool in Southern California Photography. -- Christopher Knight. Alina Szapocznikow: Sculpture Undone, 1955-1972, UCLA Hammer Museum, 10899 Wilshire Blvd., Westwood, (310) 443-7000, through April 29. Closed Mon. www.hammer.ucla.edu. @twitter.com/KnightLAT. Photos: Alina Szapocznikow (1926-1973), Photosculptures, 1971/2007 (detail), photograph; Multiple Portrait (Double), 1967, mixed media; Illuminated Lips, 1966, mixed media; Photosculptures, 1971/2007 (detail). Credit: UCLA Hammer Museum.. ...
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Cracking good art: Chinese man creates intricate sculptures from EGG SHELLSWen Fuliang uses the unorthodox material for his painstaking artistic creationsThe artist was laid off from his a wood carver and turned to his hobby of 10 years to make ends meet. , UPDATED:. 21:27 GMT, 25 December 2012. These pictures show the incredible sculptures carved from egg shells by Chinese artist Wen Fuliang Wen, of Shaanxi province, was laid off from his job as a wood carver and turned to the unusual and skillful form of art to make ends meet.. He uses chicken, goose and duck eggshells to carve out places of interest, such as the iconic Dayan Pagoda in Xian.. ...
One of the more curious aspects of controversial - or, perhaps, just bare-breasted - art, is this: People want to view it.. Which, amid a flurry of publicity, likely accounts for an uptick in attendance this week at the Overland Park Arboretum & Botanical Gardens on West 179th Street in the southern reaches of Johnson County.. Since November, the 300-acre nature garden has displayed along one of it wooded walking paths 11 life-size bronze sculptures that were created and donated to the arboretum by Chinese sculptors.. One of them, titled Accept or Reject by artist Yu Chang, presents the disjointed body of a young, bare-breasted woman, one thin arm extended to snap a photo of herself. The sculpture so shocked a Stilwell mother, Joanne Hughes, who came upon it with her children in tow, that since May 9 she has been leading a campaign to have it hauled off to a more appropriate venue where children cant be inadvertently exposed.. Calls to Overland Parks mayor, city manager, council members, ...
His human sculptures, modelled from clay and plastic, stand, sit or lie in the exhibition space, reposing, transparent walls are surrounding their fragile bodies, Galerie Burster says of the artist. Fujiwaras Utopians bear witness to a romantic longing for the unreachable, with a contemplative view towards the indefinite. Oscillating between the two worlds, Fujiwaras sculptures bear references from the Japanese as well as the European Western culture. They seem youthful and yet ageless, androgynous and detached from all stereotypes - isolated from this world, yet resting in the very moment, anchored in pure just-being.. See more on the sculptors site. ...
An artist works on a sand sculpture during the European Sand Sculpture Championships in Zandvoort, the Netherlands, Oct. 15, 2020. (Photo by Sylvia Lederer/Xinhua) ...
Sculpture is musician, Dan Hayhurst and visual artist, Reuben Sutherland, whose work unites audible and visible, physical and digital through exploratory practice in electronic music, video art and animation. Sculptures live A/V performances are central to this process. Utilizing an ever expanding library of zoetropic prints, Sutherlands visual turntablism combines mechanical imaging technology with cutting-edge software…
If youve been penning a list detailing your reasons to visit Finland, heres another brick for that rationalization wall: cow sculptures. Miina Äkkijyrkkä is a Finnish sculptor who previously spent time studying dairy farming. Now she constructs gigantic sculptures depicting cows, but she builds these artsy towers with a unique material-cars. Based in Helsinki, Miina travels all over the country to source her old cars from scattered dealers. On her website, she includes cow photography. It appears as though this artist does, indeed, create straight from the heart, as she should. At first read, this might all seem a little ridiculous to you. But even if it is ridiculous in your books, her art is simply magnificent-innovative and, of course, huge. When I finally make it to Finland, which Im hoping will be sooner than later, Im going to seek out these multicolored, metal cow structures.. Thanks: Inhabitat.com ...
Thats Pieta (Study), a 2006 sculpture of Jesus on an electric chair by UK artist Paul Fryer.Ill leave my interpretation of this sculptures symbolism out of this post, but feel free to tell us what you think in the comment. Link - via Artsblog.it...
Ukranian Village based artist J. Taylor Wallace will roast a pig in the mouth of his giant metal Sarah Palin sculpture Tea Parody in the evening Friday, April 19, at the opening of the Bridgeport Sculpture Garden on 35th Street.
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Meets 9:30A-10:45A MW FA 010 C413 Art and Archaeology of Greece presents a survey of the art and archaeology of ancient Greece from the Iron Age to the end of the Hellenistic Period, ca. 1100-31 B.C. Topics to be considered include: the Dark Ages and the rise of the city-state in the 8th century B.C.; Greek settlements and colonies in Asia Minor, Sicily, and Southern Italy; sanctuaries, temples, and the beginnings of monumental architecture and sculpture; vase painting and iconography; the temple of Zeus at Olympia; the Parthenon and Classical Athens; Alexander the Great and the Hellenistic World; Masterpieces of Greek art and the problem of Roman copies; current archaeological research in Greece. Prerequisites: C/A 206 Classical Art and Archaeology or one equivalent course (200 level or higher) in ancient art or archaeology. This course will be of interest especially to students in, Classical Studies History of Art History Archaeology Architecture Sculpture Ceramics & other Studio Arts ...
Trained as a painter, Lucy Kim has developed a robust body of work situated between meticulous image-making and low-relief sculpture, to explore the sometimes uncomfortable spaces between the natural and artificial.. Kims painted wall sculpture, Dr. Melissa Doft, Plastic Surgeon 1 is the first in an ambitious recent series that captures the features of three people whose work alters the human body: plastic surgeon Melissa Doft (the subject of this work); Kims personal trainer, Stephen Marino; and Eric. S. Lander, a geneticist, molecular biologist, mathematician, and director of the Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard. After meeting Dr. Doft-a highly successful plastic surgeon based on New Yorks Upper East Side, and collector of Kims works-the artist became interested in occupations that shift cultural perceptions of the body through its manipulation. Updating age-old ceremonial and artistic processes, her method involves a painstaking sequence of steps in which she casts a mold of the ...
Virginias Melissa Terlizzi reminds us that Valentines Day is around the corner with her Queen of Hearts sculpture. Melissa set out to make something dark and creepy with Tim Burton edginess but ended up with a wide-eyed innocent.. I decided to go with it, and completely lost myself in the project. Even the Queen of Hearts must have been sweet once, right? Before she had her heart broken a few times, and started lopping off peoples heads, she explains. See Melissas sculptures on Flickr and Facebook. Its time to start considering hearts of all varieties. ...
In using the aesthetic terms, you will see how this sculpture is from ancient Egypt. This sculpture is naturalistic because it follows nature; it follows how things naturally appear. This vividly painted mummy shows how idealized it is, meaning that it is shown as perfect or more nearly perfect than is true. When by looking at the face, you can tell all the features it has on it and how it is shaped like a body. Another example would be the eagle that is right below in the chest area it is drawn to perfection. The people underneath the eagle are idealized and are painted static. You can see that they are standing, not moving or progressing in any way. The mummy itself is standing, stationary. This also is rational meaning that it communicates majesty. Just by looking at this mummy, the facial expression just shows the poise of this person. It shows the majesty with the paintings on in front of it. Ancient Egyptian beliefs in the afterlife gave rise to the complex art. It has details that are ...
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TY - JOUR. T1 - Resonance Raman and surface-enhanced resonance Raman studies of polymer-modified electrodes which mimic heme enzymes. AU - Bell, Steven. AU - Devenney, M.D.. AU - Grimshaw, J.. AU - Hara, S.. AU - Rice, J.H.. AU - Trocha-Grimshaw, J.. PY - 1998. Y1 - 1998. N2 - Iron-5,10,15,20-tetraphenylporphyrin (FeTPP) has been incorporated into films of a coordinating hydrogel polymer support medium, poly(gamma-ethyl-L-glutamate) (PEG) functionalised with imidazole pendant arms (PEG-Im), and studied in situ on silver electrodes using a combination of both resonance Raman (RR) and surface-enhanced resonance Raman (SERR) spectroscopy. The SERR spectra give information on the portion of the film close to the electrode surface while RR spectra probe the. AB - Iron-5,10,15,20-tetraphenylporphyrin (FeTPP) has been incorporated into films of a coordinating hydrogel polymer support medium, poly(gamma-ethyl-L-glutamate) (PEG) functionalised with imidazole pendant arms (PEG-Im), and studied in situ on ...
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A mobile app developed and run by a Marshall University professor and his students is being touted as the gold standard for what collegiate humanities projects should be by the National Humanities Alliance.. The Clio app picks up a users location anywhere in the United States and tells him or her about the history and culture that surrounds him or her. A growing database includes information on museums, art galleries, monuments, sculptures and historical sites. The app has been used in every state in the country, and entries are added every day.. David Trowbridge, associate professor of history and director of African and African-American studies at MU and developer of the app, said between 5,000 and 10,000 people use the app every day.. After completing a Mellon Foundation-funded project called Humanities for All to identify humanities projects that are impacting the public in meaningful ways, the National Humanities Alliance chose Clio to feature out of 1,400 projects from across the country. ...
From this site: The famous fountain in Fountain Hills, Arizona: Built-in 1970 by Robert McCulloch the fountain is one of the largest fountains in the world! The fountain sprays water for 15 minutes every hour at the top of the hour. The fountain uses 7,000 gallons per minute and at its full height, it can reach 560 feet in the air. The plume rises from a concrete water-lily sculpture in the center of a man-made lake. At its full height of 560 feet, the fountain in the center of Fountain Hills is higher than the Washington Monument. It is 10 feet taller than Notre Dame Cathedral, 110 feet higher than the Great Pyramid of Cheops in Egypt and three times as high as Old Faithful in Yellowstone Park. The white plume of the world-famous fountain is visible far beyond Fountain Hills. It can be seen from as far away as the Superstition Mountains, Carefree and even from aircraft. The fountain is the focal point for community celebrations and the pride of its residents. If you happen to visit during the ...
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When Wrights husband died in 1769, she was pregnant with a fourth child and needed a way to support the family. Working with her sister Rachel Wells, who by then was also a widow, she turned her hobby into a full-time occupation.[3] The sisters set up a business molding portraits in tinted wax, a popular art form in colonial America, and charged admission to see them.[4] By 1770 they had become successful enough to open a waxworks house in New York City and mount tours of their work to Philadelphia and Charleston.[1] Contemporary physician Solomon Drowne mentions a visit to the waxworks in his journals.[3]. Wrights portraits were life-sized figures or busts with real clothing and glass eyes. They were modeled from life and were considered to be very lifelike.[4] They were often placed in tableaux, illustrating the activities the portrayed individual might have undertaken in life.[1]. After many of her sculptures were destroyed in a fire in June 1771, Wright relocated to London, England.[1][3] ...
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While practicing under that secret society he used that doctrine of Luciferian beliefs to develop a plan to guide the world toward todays New World Order. One under which communism-read-fascism would be the rule of law. This can be read in full in the book Morals and Dogma in which Pike lays out the plan.. When the Pike statue was torn down in Washington D.C. it prompted U.S. President Donald J. Trump to tweet, The DC police are not doing their job as they watched a statue be ripped down and burn. These people should be immediately arrested. A disgrace to our Country!. The truth is ANTIFA is the vehicle of the Deep State to push the country toward this twisted communist-fascist future, while the sadly hilarious part is that ANTIFA members, themselves, have no idea what they are actually doing or where their ideas worth fighting for even come from, yet they persist in trying to bend American minds to their violence-imposed vision.. BLM Truth. Black Lives Matter is another organization that ...
TY - JOUR. T1 - RESONANCE RAMAN SCATTERING STUDIES OF THE QUATERNARY STRUCTURE TRANSITION IN HEMOGLOBIN.. AU - Rousseau, D. L.. AU - Ondrias, M. R.. PY - 1983/1/1. Y1 - 1983/1/1. N2 - The oxygen-binding energy difference, the free energy of cooperativity, is a thermodynamic property, and its location can be determined from an examination of the deoxygenated and liganded proteins in both their high affinity and low affinity structures. An assessment of the energetic differences between these four steady-state protein structures should elucidate which interactions contain the free energy of cooperativity. Resonance Raman scattering plays a very important role in determining these interactions, since it is a very sensitive probe of the bonds involving the heme group. By examining the resonance Raman spectrum of the heme in both quaternary structures in the liganded and in the deoxy forms, it may in principle be determined if the free energy of cooperativity is localized in any heme-protein ...
NEW YORK-Swann Galleries second auction of African-American art on Oct. 4 produced $1.4 million in total sales, against an estimated $1.06/1.5 million, with 87 of the 94 lots (92 percent) finding buyers. All the artworks (paintings, drawings, prints and sculpture) in the sale came from the collection of the Golden State Mutual Life Insurance Company, Los Angeles.. The top-selling work was Charles Whites General Moses (Harriet Tubman), a Chinese ink drawing on two joined sheets of illustration board that bore an estimate of $200,000/250,000 and won $360,000 from a phone bidder.. The next-highest price was for Hughie Lee-Smiths painting Slum Song, which took $216,000 (estimate: $40,000/60,000) from a buyer in the room. Both prices set auction records for the respective artists, Nigel Freeman, head of Swanns African-American fine art department told ARTnewsletter. He notes that works by these artists never brought more than $50,000 previously. Bidding was very active in the auction gallery, ...
Founded in 1900, The Museum of Fine Arts, Houstons collection numbers more than 65,000 works and embraces the art of antiquity to the present. Admission is free all day on Thursdays. NEW The museums Arts of Japan Gallery opened in February 2012, marking the completion of the MFAHs Arts of Asia galleries in the Caroline Wiess Law Building. The new Arts of Japan Gallery space reflects a singularly Japanese aesthetic of beauty and quiet elegance. Custom-designed Toshiba LED lighting illuminates artworks displayed in vitrine cases designed by Glasbau Hahn (of Germany). The gallery showcases the museums permanent Japanese art collection and display loans and temporary exhibits from other collections. MFAH Collections Visitors should check in advance to see which collections are on view. African Art The masks, figures, hats, and knives in the museum´s collection span some 2,500 years, from Nigeria´s early Nok culture, the first in all of sub-Saharan Africa to produce sculpture, to the mid-1900s. The
The Art & Design Department of South Suburban College (SSC) is pleased to present a new exhibition located in the Dulgar Gallery on SSCs Main Campus in South Holland. An exhibition of art works by Brent Fogt titled Re Pose is on display through August 30, 2018. Reception date for Fogt is to be announced.. Brent Fogt has completed artist residencies at the Vermont Studio Center, Djerassi Resident Artists Program, I-Park Foundation and Yaddo. He holds a Master of Fine Arts from the University of Michigan and a Master of Science in Foreign Service from Georgetown University.. Fogt describes his art in this way: My research and artwork focus on how small, discrete actions-additions, subtractions, divisions-accumulate over time. I create slender, off-kilter sculptures by assembling fallen tree branches, discarded furniture, worn-out clothing, and other cast-off materials that I rescue from the streets and dumpsters of my Chicago neighborhood. I suture the branches and prefabricated furniture by ...
The Forberg Collection was presented to the ALBERTINA Museum in 2007 by Mathias and Eva Forberg on a permanent loan basis. Comprising 38 outstanding artworks, it complements the ALBERTINA Museums own collection especially in the area of Classical Modernism. The collection features works on paper, prints, sculptures, and paintings of exceptional quality by artists such as Pablo Picasso, Lyonel Feininger, and Fernand Léger, and by representatives of the „Blue Rider (Der Blaue Reiter) movement, such as Alexeij Jawlensky and Wassily Kandinsky, as well as August Macke, who was associated with the group. In addition, it includes works by the „Bridge (Brücke) painters Ernst Ludwig Kirchner, Otto Mueller, and Max Pechstein as well as by the „Bauhaus artists Lazlo Moholy-Nagy and Oskar Schlemmer. At the core of the Forberg Collection, however, is an exquisite selection of works by Paul Klee.. The ALBERTINA Museum presents the original Forberg Collection for the first time, along with the ...
Cary Essers sculptures indulge the materiality of ceramics and draw on the history of architectural terra cotta, producing artworks ranging from single tiles to large-scale installations. She has served as chair of the Kansas City Art Institute ceramics department since 1996. During her 30-year career in the arts, Esser has also taught at the University of North Carolina, Duke University and Louisiana State University (LSU). She has been a resident artist at the Archie Bray Foundation, Watershed Center for the Ceramic Arts, the International Ceramics Studio in Hungary, and other venues. Esser has recently exhibited at the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, Sherry Leedy Contemporary Art, Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art, and the Northern Clay Center. She is featured in the March 2013 issue of Ceramics: Art and Perception and received the 2013 Kansas City Art Institute Distinguished Achievement Award. Esser and her KCAI students and colleagues were presented in Season Two of the PBS Craft In America ...
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The story of Oscar & the Mooncats is a bit peculiar, but charming nonetheless, proving the tireless adage that theres no place like home. The illustrations, however, are the real gem of this book. Italian artist, Nicoletta Ceccoli, is one of my all-time favorite illustrators and does not disappoint in this lovely display of innoventive artwork. Her use of photographed sculpture is particularly intriguing in this book and adds an extra dimension of interest to her ethereal style. This book is designed for those who love to imagine! ...
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Ales Stones is a famous stone ship in southern Sweden. Besides its size (69 m) and location right beside the shore of the Baltic, it is a remarkable monument of the Sun Cult and very advanced knowledge of astronomy by the Bronze Age people. This paper summarizes the findings, and puts it into the context of other monuments in southern Sweden. Also presented are a new time-correction of the sunrise at Winter solstice 700 BC and a remarkable sun-wheel on the Island of Bornholm of astronomical dimensions almost identical to those of the Ales Stones monument: the Madsebakke Sun-wheel. It all provides a congruent picture of intensive Sun Cult activity and close connections between of southeast Sweden and the Island of Bornholm.
The Neolithic temple builders (3800-2500 BCE) endowed the numerous temples of Malta and Gozo with intricate bas relief designs, including spirals evocative of the tree of life and animal portraits, designs painted in red ochre, ceramics, and a vast collection of human form sculptures, particularly the Venus of Malta. These can be viewed at the temples themselves (most notably, the Hypogeum and Tarxien Temples), and at the National Museum of Archaeology in Valletta. The Roman period introduced highly decorative mosaic floors, marble colonnades and classical statuary, remnants of which are beautifully preserved and presented in the Roman Domus, a country villa just outside the walls of Mdina. The early Christian frescoes that decorate the catacombs beneath Malta reveal a propensity for eastern, Byzantine tastes. These tastes continued to inform the endeavours of medieval Maltese artists, but they were increasingly influenced by the Romanesque and Southern Gothic movements. Towards the end of the ...
TRENTON, NJ - At a public meeting held today at the Visual Arts Center of New Jersey in Summit, the New Jersey State Council on the Arts announced the award of 2012 Individual Artist Fellowship grants totaling $182,600 to 22 New Jersey artists selected from more than 300 applicants in the categories of crafts, sculpture, photography, playwriting and poetry. These highly competitive grants are based on independent review of work samples submitted and the anonymous process is focused solely on artistic quality. The grants help artists to produce new work and advance their careers and their impact on society. List of recipients.. During the meeting devoted to the value of artists to New Jersey communities, Arts Council Chair Ofelia Garcia gave an overview of the Councils array of programs and services for artists and congratulated and thanked New Jersey artists for their achievements. Research has shown that in addition to helping us stay in touch with our humanity, creativity and imagination, ...
b. 1986, Columbia, SC Lives and works in Brooklyn, NY Jacolby Satterwhite is celebrated for a conceptual practice addressing crucial themes of labor, consumption, carnality and fantasy through immersive installation, virtual reality and digital media. He uses a range of software to produce intricately detailed animations and live action film of real and imagined worlds populated by the avatars of artists and friends. These animations serve as the stage on which the artist synthesizes the multiple disciplines that encompass his practice, namely illustration, performance, painting, sculpture, photography and writing. Satterwhite draws from an extensive set of references, guided by queer theory, modernism and video game language to challenge conventions of Western art through a personal and political lens. An equally significant influence is that of his late mother, Patricia Satterwhite, whose ethereal vocals and diagrams for visionary household products and ethereal vocals serve as the source material
Richard Tuttles intimate, minimalist paintings, drawings and sculptures express a parsimonious nature. The rangy American is as sparse with his materials and artistic gestures as the landscape around his New Mexico studio. But while he has an economy of style, his works contain whole heaps of meaning. This is an artist who flirts with nothingness and has inspired many contemporary artists to do likewise. Cookies baked with stevia powder and spelt before being topped with goats butter have their own meaning. Stevia is a natural sweetener found in a South American herb. The FDA once banned it. Wholefood aficionados consider the stevia ban a scandalous sop to the food industry by the US government. Spelt is fashionable-again Bronze Age wheat with claims to nutritional benefits absent in modern wheat strains. Goats butter is for those avoiding cows milk. These are good cookies for good people. All ingredients are organic Time: 8-10 minutes Easy, fast clean up Make a dough of 2 beaten egg yolks and 1 egg
We really had a great time on the Art Tour. I was telling my mom that to just walk into a gallery and look at art seems so dry to me, but to see the artists and hear their stories and inspirations just gave the art such a personal feel to me!. Costa Rica Art Tour looks forward to welcoming you on our next private artist studio tour! All art tours are in private minibuses and include lunch and translation into English. You will meet directly with several of the Costa Rican artists and artisans shown on this site, and view their paintings, sculpture, prints, ceramics, stained glass, and more! Many works are for sale, (prices can be surprisingly affordable!) and we can help you get them shipped back to your home via UPS or DHL.. Because the Costa Rica Art Tour visits the private (and generally modestly-sized) studios of Costa Rican artists and artisans, tour groups are small. This is not a canned tour. The price of the art tour includes lunch at a typical Costa Rican restaurant. We can also ...
The humanities include languages, literature, music, philosophy, politics, history, media, the classics, religion, and the visual and performing arts. Additional subjects sometimes included in the humanities are anthropology, area studies, communications and cultural studies, although these are often regarded as social sciences. It was popular in the Renaissance ages. The arts are usually considered as part of the humanities. These include visual arts such as painting and sculpture, as well as performing arts such as theatre and dance, and literature. Other humanities such as language are sometimes considered to be part of the arts, for example as the language arts. The humanities study the human condition and mostly use methods that are analytic, critical, or speculative and not as empirical as natural and social sciences. ...
In conjunction with the upcoming exhibition Solutions, a mid-career retrospective featuring works by the Los Angeles-based artist Cassils, the Station Museum of Contemporary Art in Houston and the artist currently have a call out to the public for the Houston Piss Drive. From September 17th through November 1, 2018, the museum will collect participants urine to remount Cassils 2017 sculpture PISSED, which is comprised of a glass cube holding 200 gallons of urine. The museums call states:. Citizens, cis- and transgender alike, will hyperperform an otherwise private and bodily function, making the material needs of the body confrontationally public and social. Cassils original PISSED was exhibited in a 2017 show at Ronald Feldman Gallery in New York. For the piece, Cassils collected (the artists own) urine for 200 days following the Trump administrations decision to rescind protections that allowed transgender students to use bathrooms that corresponded with their gender identity. In an ...
Ecole des Beaux-Arts School of arts founded in 1648 by Cardinal Mazarin developed studies in architecture, drawing, painting, sculpture, engraving, modeling, and gem cutting. The school was brought under control of the government by Louis XIV originally to guarantee a pool of artists available to decorate the palaces and paint the Royalty but was made independent by Napoléon III in 1863. The Ecole keyed on classical arts - Greek and Roman architecture and studying and imitating the Great Masters. Emphasis was placed on drawing before any of the students were allowed to advance to painting and each had to go through a rigorous progression of advancement. They first drew from engravings, also called drawing from the flat. Only when they mastered that, could they begin drawing from plaster casts or what was called drawing from the round or the antique; and then, and only then, were they allowed to progress and draw from the live (nude models). When Sargent arrived in Paris in 1874, the art ...
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Louise Kohrman is an artist and printmaker. She was born in Copenhagen, Denmark and currently lives and works in western Massachusetts. She received an MFA in Printmaking from The Rhode Island School of Design, a collegiate teaching certificate from Brown University, a BA in studio art at Smith College and has completed a printmaking and book arts program in Italy through the University of Georgia. Louise worked as a printer at Wingate Studio in New Hampshire, working with artists such as Walton Ford, Aaron Noble, Benny Andrews, and printing the work of Louise Bourgeois, among others. She has taught various printmaking techniques, classes and workshops at the Rhode Island School of Design (RI), The Center for Contemporary Printmaking (CT), The Printed Page (RI), and Zea Mays Printmaking (MA). Her work has been exhibited nationally and internationally, including group exhibitions at the DeCordova Museum and Sculpture Park (MA), the Portland Museum (ME), the New Bedford Art Museum (MA), The ...
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The subunits of clay in her sculptures usually mimic something in nature like a seedpod or a flower. The glazing of her work is ... Her art is most commonly the result of compiling many small organic sculptures of clay to create a much larger, more energetic ... Her ceramic sculptures a conventional material (clay) in unconventional ways. Rosen's work is rooted, historically, in tile ... Her work is based on the ideas of functional pottery, decorative architecture and abstract sculpture but her interest is in how ...
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... is a sculpture by artist Damien Hirst produced in 2007. It consists of a platinum cast of an 18th-century ... In 2009, Spanish artist Eugenio Merino unveiled a piece entitled "4 The Love of Go(l)d", a giant sculpture, encased in glass, ... It's a decorative object which is not particularly well done." Robert Preece, an art critic of Sculpture magazine, wrote of the ... Hirst demands share of artist's £65 copies Tremlett, Giles (18 February 2009). "'Suicide' sculpture of Damien Hirst causes ...
Her sculpture can be identified by intricate patterns resembling lace, tendrils of smoke, or webs. Her work has been exhibited ... Fleming is a Professor of Fine Arts and the current Chair of the Sculpture Department at California College of the Arts, ... Linda Fleming (born in 1945, in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania) is an American sculpture and university professor. She is currently ... the Laumeier Sculpture Park in Sunset Hills, Missouri, the Iris & B. Gerald Cantor Center for Visual Arts at Stanford ...
King, Elaine A. (June 2009). "Euphoric Sculpture: A Conversation with Franz West". Sculpture. Vol. 28 no. 5. Franz West at ... He started to produce paintings, but then turned to collages, sculptures, portable sculptures called "Adaptives" or "Fitting ... Johnson, Ken, "Sculpture That Asks You too Set a Spell", New York Times.com / Art & Design / Art Review, 19 December 2008 Ken ... He is best known for his unconventional objects and sculptures, installations and furniture work which often require an ...
He is best known for his abstract sculptures and is considered one of the pioneers of modern sculptures in Turkey. One of his ... Returned home, he won the first prize with his iron sculpture at the 23rd State Painting and Sculpture Exhibition in 1962. He ... "Sculpture". www.turkishculture.org. "'Birds' sculpture under renovation". "Kuzgun Acar; Yaptığım her yontuda mutlaka bir çığlık ... He displayed his sculpture works in wire at a personal exhibition in the American news Center in 1957. Between 1958 and 1960, ...
SCULPTURE/sculpture, S.L. Simpson Gallery, Toronto, Ontario (1996) Dissembling Structures/Structures dissimulees - a survey of ... Schwarz's sculpture Pacific Spiral (2003) was among 350 outdoor artworks celebrated in Vancouver during the 2014 Culture Days ... "Sculpture". The Canadian Encyclopedia. Retrieved September 8, 2019. "The Emily Awards: 75th Anniversary Archival Exhibition". ... Among her commissions in Toronto are the Nautilus Gateway (1992), a stainless steel and bronze sculpture in Waterpark Place, ...
Sculpture. Retrieved 9 March 2012. "Sources" (PDF). National Library of Ireland. Retrieved 29 May 2015. Digitised copies of the ...
In 2005 he received a bachelor's degree in sculpture from the Central Academy of Fine Arts in Beijing. In 2007 he completed his ... Amy, Michael (22 May 2019). "Cultivating Dualities: A Conversation with Li Hongwei". Sculpture. Pucker Gallery > Hongwei Li ...
One of her well known areas of work is her sculptures with cruzeiros, the devalued Brazilian currency. She created a collage of ... She said that the sculptures were made during four drug binges with three to five grams of cocaine. She created Untitled ( ... In her show Junkie at White Cube, she showed prints of sculptures she made by carving cocaine crystals juxtaposed with ... Leirner is best known for the sculptures and installations she creates from mundane objects and ephemera, including devalued ...
Carl's 1,400 pound public sculpture of a rubber band, titled Things End, is installed permanently outside of the Festival Tower ... CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link) Grande, John K. "James Carl". Sculpture. Archived from the original on 11 June 2016. ...
Rothstein, Scott (2020-05-26). "Paula Winokur: Formative Landscapes". Sculpture. Retrieved 2020-08-26. "Paula Winokur". ...
"Paul de Vigne". Sculpture. 2017. "Poverella". Fine Arts Museum. 2017. One or more of the preceding sentences incorporates text ... E. L. Detage, Les Artistes Belges contemporains (Brussels), and 0. G. Destrhe, The Renaissance of Sculpture in Belgium (London ...
Harare, Zimbabwe: Chapungu Sculpture Park. Stanislaus, Grace (1992). "Frozen spirit: Zimbabwean stone sculpture". Sculpture. ... 1987 Nedlaw award for sculpture, National Gallery of Zimbabwe Mawdsley, Joceline (1994). Zimbabwe stone sculpture: the second ... His winning sculpture at the Nedlaw exhibition, 1987, comprised smouldering grass engulfing a wooden bird. He is the cousin of ... The scholarship allowed him to study in London from 1982 until 1985, where he received a diploma in sculpture from the City and ...
"Sculpture". www.jewishvirtuallibrary.org. Retrieved 2021-03-01. Maimonides, Mishne Torah (Hil. Tefillah 11:4), who wrote: " ... A synagogue may be decorated with artwork, but in the Rabbinic and Orthodox tradition, three-dimensional sculptures and ...
Sculpture. Vol. 27 no. 8. pp. 32-37. Mitte, Berlin. "Mahnmal für die Bücherverbrennung am Bebelplatz - Wall AG verlängert ...
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admin (2014-02-19). "Sculpture". French Sculpture Census. Retrieved 2018-03-04. Portrait présumé de la princesse Marie ... She was solidly educated on her father's insistence, and took up sculpture and drawing. She had her own studio installed in the ... A student of Ary Scheffer, she was a talented artist, practicing sculpture and drawing. Toward the end of her short career, ... completing many works depicting this patriotic subject including a large sculpture for Versailles, commissioned by King Louis- ...
"Itinerary". Sculpture. 33: 15. December 2014 - via ARTBibliographies Modern. Magaly Espinosa (Winter 2003). "Glenda León". ... sculptures, and installations, including "Wasted Time," a large pile of sand with an hourglass at the top, representing lost ...
It continued to be an important laboratory for outdoor sculpture, with over 200 artists and collectives creating art and ... Brenson, Michael (September 6, 1987). "Art View; Sculpture Tests Its Muscles Outdoors". The New York Times (Sep 6). Retrieved ... Boettger, Suzaan (November 2008). "Excavating Land Art by Women in the 1970s". Sculpture. 27 (9): 38-45. Donovan, Patricia ( ...
... the two outlets for free-standing sculpture in Britain at the time. He also made several full-length portrait sculptures. His ... II:94; the often-repeated cost of 300 guineas reported by K. A. Esdaile was a published estimate for the sculpture and an ... For a friend like Thomas Hudson he was willing to sculpt figures of Painting and Sculpture to ornament a marble chimneypiece in ... "Roubiliac's Handel". Sculpture. Victoria and Albert Museum. Archived from the original on 18 September 2008. Retrieved 1 ...
"Sculpture". The Providence Anenaeum. Retrieved 6 July 2016. "Archives Collection". The Providence Athenaeum. Retrieved 11 March ...
"The Mattress Factory at 20: The Jewel In Pittsburgh's Art Crown". Sculpture. King, Elaine A. "In Conversation". Sculpture.. ... Elaine King is a freelance critic who has published reviews and articles for Sculpture, Art on Paper, Art Papers, ARTES ...
Gill's work has been displayed at the New Britain Museum of American Art and DeCordova Museum and Sculpture Park, and he was ... His early works were mainly abstract metal sculptures, but over time he increasingly began to work with wood instead of metal. ... Some of his other sculptures include Twins (2000), a bronze cast of two conjoined saplings, and Blow Down (2002), a skinned and ... One of Gill's first works after he resettled in Connecticut was a sculpture composed of 42 upside-down hanging Christmas trees ...
Select sculptures such as Winged Victory of Samothrace and the Venus de Milo were sent to the Château de Valençay. On 27 August ... "Sculptures". Musée du Louvre. Archived from the original on 7 November 2007. Retrieved 23 April 2008. Mignot, 397-401 Nave, p. ... The Louvre exhibits sculptures, objets d'art, paintings, drawings, and archaeological finds. It is the world's most visited ... The Greek and Roman sculpture gallery on the ground floor of the southwestern side of the Cour Carrée was completed on designs ...
... sculpture; and art, including Buddhist art. He wrote an essay on Thomas Daniell's 1790 painting of the Peshwa court at Pune. In ... sculptures and architecture By Ratan Parimoo, Deepak Kannal, Shivaji Panikkar Mahabharata in performance By Manohar Laxman ...
Jon Edgar - Sculpture Series Heads: Terracotta Portraits of Contributors to British Sculpture (2013) Scott, M., Hall, P., and ... A terracotta head by Jon Edgar was exhibited at Yorkshire Sculpture Park in 2013 as part of the Sculpture Series Heads ... In 1976, he became Head of the Wimbledon School of Art Sculpture Department, before moving to the Royal College of Art, London ... During the 1970s he made abstract sculptures, including crate-like objects in wood, but later in the decade he began carving ...
"Sculpture , National Museum of the American Indian". americanindian.si.edu. Retrieved 2021-01-20. v t e v t e. ... "sculpture , British Museum". The British Museum. Retrieved 2021-01-20. "Davidee Kavik". www.gallery.ca. Retrieved 2021-01-20. " ... ISBN 978-0-7864-0711-8. Ont.), Lofthouse Galleries (Ottawa; Kagvik, Davidee (1968). Davidee Kagvik, Sculpture: (with a ...
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Bronze is the most popular metal for cast metal sculptures; a cast bronze sculpture is often called simply a "bronze". It can ... Once a production mould is obtained, a wax (hollow for larger sculptures) is then cast from the mould. For a hollow sculpture, ... The term "bronze" is also applied to metal sculptures made by electrotyping (or galvanoplasty), although these sculptures are ... and water-based clay for larger sculptures or for sculptures for which it is desired to capture a gestural quality - one that ...
Kinetic sculptures are sculptures that are designed to move, which include mobiles. Snow sculptures are usually carved out of a ... Postmodern sculpture occupies a broader field of activities than Modernist sculpture. Rosalind Krauss identified sculpture in ... Ice sculpture is a form of ephemeral sculpture that uses ice as the raw material. It is popular in China, Japan, Canada, Sweden ... Modern sculpture is often created outdoors, as in environmental art and environmental sculpture, often in full view of ...
... including sound sculpture, light sculpture, environmental art, environmental sculpture, street art sculpture, kinetic sculpture ... Some sculpture, such as ice sculpture, sand sculpture, and gas sculpture, is deliberately short-lived. Recent sculptors have ... French sculpture Garden sculpture Sculpture garden Gas sculpture Glassblowing Hill figure History of Asian art Hologram Inuit ... A collection of sculpture in a garden setting can be called a sculpture garden. One of the most common purposes of sculpture is ...
The sculpture was installed in 1938 as one of four public artworks based on the theme of leisure activity. Fishing is carved ... List of New Deal sculpture Lorance, Nancy. "New Deal/WPA Art in Milwaukee, Wisconsin". New Deal Art During the Great Depression ... "Graffiti Restoration". Vanguard Sculpture Services. Retrieved 8 July 2012. Yawkey, Leigh (1980). Wisconsins New Deal Art. ... When Milwaukee constructed Parklawn using WPA labor, Karl Kahlich was commissioned to create decorative sculptures for the ...
... sculpture is the art of representing in bodily form men, animals, and other objects in stone, bronze, ivory, clay and similar ... of Sculpture (New York, 1897); SHORT, Hist. of Sculpture (London, 1907).. SPEELMANN, British Sculpture of Today (London, 1901 ... Sculpture in the United States. Sculpture in the United States is a development of the last three quarters of the nineteenth ... Stone sculpture, or sculpture in a restricted sense, which for its noblest and most excellent works made use of marble. *Wood ...
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... the public is encouraged to touch and sit on the chair-like sculptures. In addition to these vivid additions to the Sculpture ... This summers installation in The Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Sculpture Garden celebrates the bold use of color in modern and ... Highlights include Ellsworth Kellys painted-aluminum Green Blue (1968), Anthony Caros yellow-painted-steel sculpture Midday ( ... 1960), and, on view at MoMA for the first time, three 2006 polyester sculptures by Franz West-Mayas Dream, Lotus, and Untitled ...
Although Mr Turrell is usually associated with artists like Robert Smithson and Walter de Maria, his use of light as an artistic medium is unique. Crucial is how a structure shapes and manipulates the light that hits it. In this way, the chambers and tunnels of Roden Crater are merely focusing elements for the viewer to observe lights changing shapes. According to Mr Turrell, "in most art and architecture, light is used to illuminate other things. I am very interested in light itself being the thing.". Roden Craters remote location in the Arizona desert means there is very little artificial light to worry about. Mr Turrell chose the location partly for this reason, after conducting a seven-month aerial survey of western North America. The artist says the desert setting is a place where you "feel geologic time", and the surrounding volcanic craters and hardened lava flows are physical reminders of geologys turbulent course. The inside of the volcanic crater is being reshaped and moulded ...
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Source for information on Painting and Sculpture: Encyclopedia of African-American Culture and History dictionary. ... Painting and Sculpture From the time of their first arrival in the New World, Africans were involved in a wide range of ... Melvin Edwards Sculpture: A Thirty-Year Retrospective, 1963-1993. Purchase, N.Y.: Neuberger Museum of Art, 1993. ... She created a large plaster sculpture, Lift Every Voice and Sing (also known as The Harp ), for the 1939 New York Worlds Fair ...
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Physical Energy is a sculpture by George Frederic Watts, a cast of which is displayed in Kensington Gardens, London. Another ... Media in category "Physical Energy sculpture". The following 32 files are in this category, out of 32 total. ... Physical Energy sculpture, Kensington Gardens - geograph.org.uk - 898537.jpg 640 × 562; 245 KB. ... Physical Energy sculpture - geograph.org.uk - 1574794.jpg 640 × 480; 99 KB. ...
Sculptor Arman is partnering with real-estate developer Red Brick Canal to construct an 11-story, 25,053-square-foot residential building on his former outdoor studio at 482 Greenwich Street, on an irregular, triangular-shaped parcel of land. The problem? As always, zoning laws.
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  • In 2017 History of Art students Joelle Warmbrunn, Tascha von Uexkull and Lily Cheetham produced a wonderful Sculpture Trail for campus, with contribution also from Carlos Gonzalez Diaz (Computer Science). (york.ac.uk)
  • Founded in 2017, Sculpture Milwaukee is a nonprofit that brings in national artists to display their works as an effort to revitalize the city. (uwm.edu)
  • Baltimore's Kinetic Sculpture Race , sponsored by the American Visionary Art Museum since 1999, also has a sand pit, and vehicles must prove themselves seaworthy by navigating through a section of the Inner Harbor. (philly.com)
  • Skyler Lehmkuhl approaches the boat ramp to exit the water in Baltimore's Kinetic Sculpture Race on May 6, 2012. (philly.com)
  • Yorkshire Sculpture Park brings together striking works of art and the green countryside of Yorkshire to create an atmospheric art experience. (visitbritain.com)
  • Yorkshire Sculpture Park is an international centre for modern and contemporary sculpture that sets out to challenge, inspire, inform and delight. (culture24.org.uk)
  • There are, furthermore, two internationally significant centres for sculptural display and study: the Yorkshire Sculpture Park which won the Art Fund Museum of the Year award in 2014, and the Henry Moore Institute, which has an internationally significant archive and annual lecture symposium and exhibition programme. (york.ac.uk)
  • Kensington Kinetic Sculpture Derby 2008 People's Choice winner "Shad Run" by Paul Filanowski and Kathryn O Malley. (philly.com)
  • Well, for some of us it was at last year's Kensington Kinetic Sculpture Derby , an off-kilter extravaganza that's somewhere between a race, a parade and a science fair. (philly.com)
  • Here's the quick version (you can get fuller details in the podcast we did with director Kathryn Doherty about the Derby): As part of the Trenton Avenue Arts Festival on May 16th, the Kensington Kinetic Sculpture Derby will process through the streets of Kensington, showing off some of the strangest mobile creations you've seen in a while, at the same time testing the vehicles' road-worthiness. (philly.com)
  • I've also alerted you to the ensuing annual Kensington Kinetic Sculpture Derby held here in Philadelphia, and this year is no exception. (philly.com)
  • Modernist sculpture moved away from traditional processes and the emphasis on the depiction of the human body, with the making of constructed sculpture, and the presentation of found objects as finished art works. (wikipedia.org)
  • In addition to its expertise in the area of the European and North American sculpture from 1945 to the present, the modernist sculpture of both Henry Moore and Barbara Hepworth is among the region's most famous resources. (york.ac.uk)
  • BERLIN - An American exchange student who got stuck in a giant vagina sculpture was freed by firefighters in southwestern Germany. (mercurynews.com)
  • Sculpture therefore depicts the beauty of the corporeal world, not as does painting by means of an illusory representation upon a fiat coloured surface, but by imitating in a solid substance these bodies in their entirety, and achieving the effect by means of form alone. (newadvent.org)
  • Thompson paid a local artist for an 11-foot-8-inch-high, half-ton steel sculpture that depicts Bigfoot in full stride. (ap.org)
  • Located at Barcelona's Poblenou Cemetery, this magnificent sculpture, titled Kiss of Death ( El Pet de la Mort in Catalan and El Beso de la Muerte in Spanish), depicts death (in the form of a winged skeleton) planting a kiss on a young man's forehead. (mymodernmet.com)
  • duction Welcome to ART+OBJECT's first Important and Paintings and Sculpture auction catalogue for 2008. (issuu.com)
  • In November of this year the second NZ Sculpture OnShore will launch under the curatorship of regular A+O catalogue essay contributor Rob Garrett (see www. (issuu.com)
  • The term "sculpture" is often used mainly to describe large works, which are sometimes called monumental sculpture, meaning either or both of sculpture that is large, or that is attached to a building. (wikipedia.org)
  • Modern and contemporary art have added a number of non-traditional forms of sculpture, including sound sculpture, light sculpture, environmental art, environmental sculpture, street art sculpture, kinetic sculpture (involving aspects of physical motion), land art, and site-specific art. (wikipedia.org)
  • This hanging light sculpture looks interesting from any angle, and makes nice shadows. (dictionary.com)
  • Pairs perfectly with our Geo Star Light Sculpture (sold separately). (urbanoutfitters.com)
  • We've created a set of animal sculptures inspired by some of the most wonderful creatures on earth. (kickstarter.com)
  • His animal sculptures contained so much power, energy and beauty that I just fell in love with his work. (kickstarter.com)
  • 3: [http://www.sculpture.org/documents/scmag05/april_05/webspecs/grant.shtml Careers for Sculptors] From Sculpture.org. (meritbadge.org)
  • Careers for Sculptors From Sculpture.org. (meritbadge.org)
  • The key feature of the Cass Sculpture Foundation is the extent to which it empowers sculptors to take their careers to a new level. (culture24.org.uk)
  • For instance, sculptors creating full-round sculpture have to consider the center of gravity of the piece so that it does not fall over. (reference.com)
  • Although modern sculptors have developed new types of sculpture, such as mobiles and sound sculptures, sculpture in the round using new techniques and materials remains a vital element of visual art. (reference.com)
  • Another grand form of portrait sculpture is the equestrian statue of a rider on horse, which has become rare in recent decades. (wikipedia.org)
  • Small forms of sculpture include the figurine, normally a statue that is no more than 18 inches (46 cm) tall, and for reliefs the plaquette, medal or coin. (wikipedia.org)
  • These attributes of the statue render it difficult for sculpture to combine several figures in a group in which detail is necessarily subordinated to the whole. (newadvent.org)
  • The chief demand which we make of a work of sculpture, whether it be a statue or a group, is artistic unity, that is to say, that all the parts should work together for the expression of a thought or an idea . (newadvent.org)
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  • quote=This merit badge introduces Scouts to sculpture, an art form that allows an artist to express what he sees and feels by using these three dimensions by shaping materials such as clay, stone, metal, and wood. (meritbadge.org)
  • The Sculpture merit badge was one of the original 57 merit badges issued by the Boy Scouts of America in 1911. (meritbadge.org)
  • The Sculpture Merit Badge requirements were updated in 2008. (meritbadge.org)
  • Not only is it the most popular tourist attraction in Norway, it is also the world's largest sculpture park filled with works by a single artist: the collection of 212 stone, bronze and cast-iron statues by Gustav Vigeland in Vigeland Park. (klm.com)
  • [9] Joseph Csaky , a sculptor from Hungary, exhibited his first cubist sculptures in Paris in 1911. (wikipedia.org)
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  • from classical Greek sculpture to notable contemporary wor. (dickblick.com)
  • few large ancient bronzes have survived, as many were melted down to make weapons or ammunition in times of war or to create new sculptures commemorating the victors, while far more stone and ceramic works have come through the centuries, even if only in fragments. (wikipedia.org)
  • They use unusual materials and industrial processes to make their limited edition multiples, videos, sculptures and installations, moving easily from dish towels, underwear, and snow globes, to electronic art and computer controlled interactive installations. (flickr.com)
  • The material used to make these sculptures is varied, with Mylar sheeting and heavy sheets of plastic, such as a painter's plastic drop cloth, among the most common components. (ehow.com)
  • Make a simple inflatable sculpture from a stuffed animal pattern (such as those sold in fabric stores) that has six to eight pieces. (ehow.com)
  • The rectangles must line up exactly so when they're connected, they make a tube through which you'll inflate the sculpture. (ehow.com)
  • More layers will make the sculpture stronger but will prolong drying time. (ehow.com)
  • In addition to three miles of regular paved streets and cobblestones, these moving sculptures have to make it through a mud pit, which really puts the 'earth' into 'down-to-earth. (philly.com)
  • In 1954, a decade before his Venice triumph, he began to make a new kind of art that combined traditional elements of painting and sculpture, together with collage and printing. (latimes.com)
  • And in the field of medieval sculpture the city of York and its surroundings make the Department a premier location for those seeking to combine the study of medieval sculpture with first-hand acquaintance of the objects themselves. (york.ac.uk)
  • With your help we would be able to make available my sculpture to all artists and those interested in learning about and studying animal anatomy. (kickstarter.com)
  • How Do I Make a Wire Tree Sculpture? (reference.com)
  • through hand-building, hild gradually builds up her sculptures, change their direction and make connections, making smooth surfaces all with the same thickness. (designboom.com)
  • Ok, if a society has enough spare solar energy to make public space ice sculptures then i'm all for it. (halfbakery.com)
  • This fish sculpture is a high grade piece, which will make your rooms look so much greater. (pier1.com)
  • Despite these handicaps, the achievements of African Americans in painting and sculpture are rich and distinguished. (encyclopedia.com)
  • Robert Rauschenberg, the protean artist from small-town Texas whose imaginative commitment to hybrid forms of painting and sculpture changed the course of American and European art between 1950 and the early 1970s, died Monday night, according to New York's PaceWildenstein Gallery, which represents his work. (latimes.com)
  • Rauschenberg mixed traditional forms of modern painting and sculpture with photographs, found objects, studio printmaking techniques and mass-produced pictures gathered in postcards, postage stamps and newspapers. (latimes.com)
  • The sculptures challenge a viewer's sense of perception through motion and sound. (google.com)
  • The essential viewer's guide to experiencing sculpture, The Elements of Sculpture provides readers with a new vocabulary for viewing and appreciating sculpture. (dickblick.com)
  • Relief sculpture may also decorate steles, upright slabs, usually of stone, often also containing inscriptions. (wikipedia.org)
  • This contrasts with relief sculpture, which is designed to be seen only from one side. (reference.com)
  • In ancient Egypt, full-round sculpture was an important ceremonial art, because unlike relief sculpture or paintings, the entire represented figure could be shown in a realistic fashion. (reference.com)
  • During the Middle Ages, Gothic sculpture represented the agonies and passions of the Christian faith. (wikipedia.org)
  • Those cultures whose sculptures have survived in quantities include the cultures of the ancient Mediterranean, India and China, as well as many in Central and South America and Africa. (wikipedia.org)
  • The Department has had considerable success in attracting AHRC and private funding for all areas of sculpture studies, having received Henry Moore Foundation Lectureships and Post-doctoral Research Fellowships, and its graduates have gone on to hold lectureships and key positions in museums, galleries and publishing in Europe and North America. (york.ac.uk)
  • UWM architecture students Kelsey Dettmann and Shaun Griffith help build a sculpture by artist Matthias Neumann, one of the many artworks throughout downtown that are part of the Sculpture Milwaukee exhibit. (uwm.edu)
  • For the last fifteen years these paintings and sculpture have been much admired at Colenso BBDO's College Hill offices in Auckland and it is with great pleasure that we offer them for your appreciation. (issuu.com)
  • In the widest sense of the term, sculpture is the art of representing in bodily form men, animals, and other objects in stone, bronze, ivory , clay and similar materials, whether the objects represented actually exist in nature or are the creation of the imagination of the artist. (newadvent.org)
  • NEW YORK (Reuters) - A 15th century terracotta sculpture by Italian Renaissance artist Andrea della Robbia fell to the ground inside New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art and broke into pieces, the museum said on Tuesday. (reuters.com)
  • Nine LGBT leaders gave blood to be used in a sculpture by artist Jordan Eagles to protest the FDA's proposed policy which says men who have sex with men can only donate blood if they're celibate for one year. (msnbc.com)
  • This spring, we welcome an extraordinary assembly of 80 sculptures by British-Trinidadian artist Zak Ové. (culture24.org.uk)
  • Artist Braddon Snape, whose sculpture Cardinal Point is part of the gallery's sculpture park, is one member of the reference committee. (abc.net.au)
  • Ukranian Village based artist J. Taylor Wallace will roast a pig in the mouth of his giant metal Sarah Palin sculpture 'Tea Parody' in the evening Friday, April 20, at the opening of the Bridgeport Sculpture Garden on 35th Street. (baltimoresun.com)
  • UWM students Kelsey Dettmann and Shaun Griffith works with artist Matthias Neumann (center) to construct the sculpture outside the Wisconsin Center. (uwm.edu)
  • If you spin these sculptures by artist John Edmark at a certain speed and light them with a strobe, they appear to animate in slowly trippy ways. (kottke.org)
  • The whalebone sculptor Jump to media player Artist Hamilton Coelho, best known for gigantic whalebone sculptures, gives a tour of his studio and home at the end of the longest beach in the world, Praia do Cassino in Brazil. (bbc.co.uk)
  • This piece is based on a smaller sculpture by the artist, entitled First Thing, currently on display in the Glyndebourne shop. (glyndebourne.com)
  • The color of this sculpture is Zinc and accented with gold highlights. (frontgate.com)
  • Improve the style of your home with a modish and superior feel, and renew your space with this captivating and superb fish sculpture. (pier1.com)
  • Additionally, this fish sculpture will definitely show off how great your sense of style is. (pier1.com)
  • With this exceptional fish sculpture, you'll leave a long-lasting impression on all who see it, while also creating a momentous effect in the ambiance of your rooms. (pier1.com)
  • This fish sculpture is both good looking and hard wearing, and will last you for a long time. (pier1.com)
  • This charming fish sculpture is expertly made of high grade materials. (pier1.com)
  • A tree sculpture can be used for decoration for a party, home or classroom, and as a prop for a play. (ehow.com)
  • A tree sculpture can be made with papier mache then painted. (ehow.com)
  • Create a wire tree sculpture by twisting the wires into shape and adding customizing details. (reference.com)
  • However, most ancient sculpture was brightly painted, and this has been lost. (wikipedia.org)
  • As recently as 2007 several life sized bronze sculptures by John Waddell were stolen, probably due to the value of the metal after the work has been melted. (wikipedia.org)
  • Can you custom made other sizes for me9 No problem, we are very good at custom bronze sculptures. (alibaba.com)
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  • A basic distinction is between sculpture in the round, free-standing sculpture, such as statues, not attached (except possibly at the base) to any other surface, and the various types of relief, which are at least partly attached to a background surface. (wikipedia.org)
  • from which Lessing made the further deduction, that the highest purpose of sculpture is not the representation of spiritual but of sensuous beauty, that is to say, the beauty of the human body free from all draperies. (newadvent.org)
  • Insert the end of the hose into the rectangular tube you've made at the back of the inflatable sculpture. (ehow.com)
  • Have you ever gone to the beach and made castles or other sculptures in the sand? (csmonitor.com)
  • The cross is made of glass and goes all the way through the sculpture, so no matter what time of day it is, light is shining through. (flickr.com)
  • What material are these SNAIL GARDEN SCULPTURE made of. (frontgate.com)
  • An exclusive item from Uncommon Goods, this sea serpent sculpture is made to look as if it's swimming in your lawn. (geekalerts.com)
  • The sculpture made its debut last summer at the National Ornamental Museum in Memphis, TN. (baltimoresun.com)
  • See the sculpture in action and find out how it was made in our exclusive video. (newscientist.com)
  • But he is best known for his sculptures made from gigantic whalebones. (bbc.co.uk)
  • [1] Their strength and ductility (lack of brittleness) is an advantage when figures in action are to be created, especially when compared to various ceramic or stone materials (such as marble sculpture ). (wikipedia.org)
  • He placed the sculpture in front of his business, the Vermont Marble, Granite, Slate & Soapstone Co. (ap.org)
  • a stellar gelatin sculpture is not just for christmas. (halfbakery.com)
  • A collection of sculpture in a garden setting can be called a sculpture garden. (wikipedia.org)
  • This summer's installation in The Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Sculpture Garden celebrates the bold use of color in modern and contemporary sculpture. (moma.org)
  • In addition to these vivid additions to the Sculpture Garden, many popular hallmarks remain on view, including Hector Guimard's Entrance Gate to Paris Subway (Métropolitain) Station (c. 1900) and works by Alexander Calder, Alberto Giacometti, and Pablo Picasso. (moma.org)
  • There are UCLA graduates who decided to attend the Westwood campus solely because of the campus sculpture garden (formerly known as the Franklin D. Murphy Sculpture Garden). (orlandosentinel.com)
  • Not only did Vigeland create all of the sculptures, he also designed the park, including the garden architecture, bridges, fountains and enclosure. (klm.com)
  • Rated 5 out of 5 by shopforfun from Really cute garden sculptures I have had my eye on these snails so when there was a sale I snatched them up! (frontgate.com)
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  • Installations that combine sculpture with public participation in drawing, within the context of a contest that is also streamed on the internet and in Second Life. (flickr.com)
  • Sculpture has been central in religious devotion in many cultures, and until recent centuries large sculptures, too expensive for private individuals to create, were usually an expression of religion or politics. (wikipedia.org)
  • Relief is the usual sculptural medium for large figure groups and narrative subjects, which are difficult to accomplish in the round, and is the typical technique used both for architectural sculpture, which is attached to buildings, and for small-scale sculpture decorating other objects, as in much pottery, metalwork and jewellery. (wikipedia.org)
  • We are fortunate to be able to accommodate large -scale sculpture in our gallery space and evidence for the growth in enthusiasm for sculpture can be seen in the attendance at sculpture events such as Sculpture in the Gulf which celebrates its fourth iteration in the summer of 2009 (log onto www.sculptureonthegulf.co.nz for more information). (issuu.com)
  • Cass Sculpture Foundation displays its commissioned large-scale works at its sculpture estate at Goodwood, West Sussex. (culture24.org.uk)
  • The sculpture estate now comprises around 26 acres and is currently home to over sixty large-scale pieces. (culture24.org.uk)
  • Cass Sculpture Foundation commissions between 10-15 new large-scale sculptures each year. (culture24.org.uk)
  • One is a large, semi-circular column base, ornately decorated on one side and the other is a beautiful and colossal human sculpture. (redorbit.com)
  • The second sculpture, the large column base, is approximately one meter high and 90 centimeters in diameter. (redorbit.com)
  • Large full-round sculpture often involves engineering and science as much as art, as it must also be free-standing and take perspective into consideration. (reference.com)
  • as part of brussels design september, ceramicist eva hild will be exhibiting a range of her large scale sculptures at puls gallery . (designboom.com)
  • The modern sculpture movement can be said to begin at the Rodin exhibit at the Universal Exhibition held in Paris in 1900. (wikipedia.org)
  • The nine foot tall piece, which doubles as an oven, will be one of 20 sculptures featured in the opening exhibition. (baltimoresun.com)
  • Bridgeport Art Center Manager Paul Levy says the Palin sculpture is not his favorite piece in the exhibition, but he does admit that it has mass appeal. (baltimoresun.com)
  • These actual sculptures were part of the exhibit at the British Museum , London, as part of the exhibition Ice Age Art: Arrival of the Modern Mind . (bradshawfoundation.com)
  • The exhibition demonstrates Magee s broad range of styles and techniques, from his realist works in watercolor, acrylic, and oil, to his spare monotypes and idiosyncratic sculptures. (artdaily.com)
  • Modern sculpture is generally considered to have begun with the work of Auguste Rodin , who is seen as the progenitor of modern sculpture . (wikipedia.org)
  • Picasso reinvented the art of sculpture with his innovative use of constructing a work in three dimensions with disparate material, the sculptural equivalent of the collage in two-dimensional art. (wikipedia.org)
  • Similarly, the work of Constantin Brâncuși at the beginning of the century paved the way for later abstract sculpture. (wikipedia.org)
  • Their ice sculptures, "Main Street Meltdown" and "The State of Things" share that same sense of open possibility, fusing natural processes of erosion and decay as flexible durations and markers to determine the experience of the work. (flickr.com)
  • This sculpture is an interesting piece of work, and I'm torn between compositions that feature the mean facial expression and the shotgun (which is what I would certainly be looking at if this guy were confronting me in real life, lol). (cambridgeincolour.com)
  • The research and projects conducted by faculty and students in the School of Architecture and Urban Planning mirror the work of Sculpture Milwaukee. (uwm.edu)
  • Zodiac Heads" is a Conceptual work bodied forth as bronze sculpture that my colleague Holland Cotter rightly predicted would look "winsome" if you didn't know the back story, but that becomes more subversive if you do. (nytimes.com)
  • The revival of classical models in the Renaissance produced famous sculptures such as Michelangelo's David. (wikipedia.org)
  • During the Renaissance, the development of realistic full-round sculpture contributed to sciences such as anatomy, mechanical physics and optical perspective because of the unique challenges it presented. (reference.com)
  • When Milwaukee constructed Parklawn using WPA labor, Karl Kahlich was commissioned to create decorative sculptures for the development's massive park. (wikipedia.org)
  • Modern æsthetes have gone so far as to maintain as a rule without exception, that sculpture should create only nude bodies. (newadvent.org)
  • The point of Kinetic Sculpture events, established some 40 years ago by Hobart Brown, is to show how creative minds can create vehicles that are both asthetically interesting and entirely human-powered. (philly.com)
  • Justus used 30 days of his average blood glucose (BG) data to create this sculpture using 3D printer technology. (medscape.com)
  • Boards poke out along the sides of a pine ribcage border to create staircases, which ascend and descend the length of the sculpture to meet in the middle. (uwm.edu)
  • This is the first time School of Architecture and Urban Planning has partnered with Sculpture Milwaukee to create hands-on opportunities for students. (uwm.edu)
  • Cubist sculpture , in the early 20th century, was a style that developed in parallel with cubist painting , and the formal experiments of Georges Braque and Pablo Picasso . (wikipedia.org)
  • The growth of private sculpture parks has provided an opportunity for passionate collectors to share their love of the medium. (issuu.com)
  • In 1998, Parklawn underwent a $34 million revitalization and the Housing Authority of the City of Milwaukee decided to restore the sculptures and give them a prominent location in a new common green space called Monument Park. (wikipedia.org)
  • Amongst the most notable of these are Connells Bay Sculpture Park on Waiheke Island (www.connellsbay.co.nz for more information) and the Waitakaruru Arboretum and Sculpture Park in the Waikato (www.sculpturepark.co.nz). (issuu.com)
  • the Brick Bay Sculpture Trail just north of Matakana (log onto www.brickbaysculpture.co.nz for more information) and eminent sculptor Terry Stringer's private gallery and park Zealandia on the Mahurangi West Road (www.zealandiasculpturegarden.co.nz for more information. (issuu.com)
  • It grew into a complete sculpture park with 212 sculptures in granite and bronze. (klm.com)
  • But he was never able to enjoy his park in all its glory, as most of the sculptures were only placed in the park in 1950, 7 years after his death. (klm.com)
  • Sinnataggen' (Little Hot-Head) - a little boy angrily stomping his foot on the ground - is the most beloved sculpture in the park. (klm.com)
  • The Sculpture Park features significant works of art within a variety of natural settings connected by waterways, meandering paths, lawns, meadows and quiet walkways. (meijergardens.org)
  • Although a concentration of this collection is found in the Sculpture Park, works can be found across interior and exterior locations. (meijergardens.org)
  • All sculptures and designs in the park are for sale. (culture24.org.uk)
  • Reality television or something very much like it came to the Lake Macquarie City Art Gallery as part of a process to choose the next addition to the famous lakeside sculpture park. (abc.net.au)
  • In the end it came down to the gallery processes of checking against the gallery's acquisition policy, sculpture park plan and traffic issues, in addition to excellence. (abc.net.au)
  • Beginning around 1909 and evolving through the early 1920s cubist artists developed new means of constructing works of art using collage , sculptural assemblage using disparate materials and traditional sculpture making from plaster and clay molds. (wikipedia.org)
  • The grounds also include a small indoor gallery displaying maquettes and mid-size sculptures, while benches, seats, pavilions and other works by young contemporary designers can be found scattered amongst the trees. (culture24.org.uk)
  • For other uses, see Sculptor (disambiguation) and Sculpture (disambiguation) . (wikipedia.org)
  • Giant human sculptures, often riding lions or sphinxes, adorned the citadel gateways of the Neo-Hittite royal cities in Iron Age Syro-Anatolia. (redorbit.com)
  • The 7-foot, 6-inch sculpture, titled "After the Ride," was installed Tuesday in the library's main courtyard and will be officially unveiled Thursday night after a lecture by Gov. Pete Wilson. (latimes.com)
  • Draw a rectangle 6 inches wide and 12 inches long and attach it to the pattern piece to form a hole for inflating the sculpture. (ehow.com)
  • Magnets are already fixed onto the sheet so that the individual elements of the sculpture are rapidly assembled into the final piece. (kickstarter.com)
  • Sculpture in stone survives far better than works of art in perishable materials, and often represents the majority of the surviving works (other than pottery) from ancient cultures, though conversely traditions of sculpture in wood may have vanished almost entirely. (wikipedia.org)
  • Although sculpture is found across the Meijer Gardens campus, more than 50 major works by masters such as Auguste Rodin, Henry Moore, Barbara Hepworth, Louise Bourgeois, Mark di Suvero, Richard Serra, Roxy Paine, Ai Weiwei and others are featured in this area. (meijergardens.org)
  • YSP presents changing special exhibitions and individual works by eminent artists all year round, so there are always at least 40 sculptures on display in the landscape. (culture24.org.uk)
  • While Yorkshire is unique in England for the number of surviving works of Anglo-Saxon Sculpture, the city and its outlying area are equally famous for extant later medieval sculptures (in wood and stone), and the thriving sculptural workshop attached to the Minster. (york.ac.uk)
  • Kelsey Dettmann works on building the sculpture. (uwm.edu)
  • Shaun Griffith works on the sculpture. (uwm.edu)
  • The Bradshaw Foundation presents 6 sculptures inspired by Ice Age works of art that are up to 40,000 years old. (bradshawfoundation.com)
  • Designed in the 18th and 19th centuries, this varied landscape is a rich environment for some of the best modern and contemporary sculpture created by international artists. (culture24.org.uk)
  • York is uniquely situated in Britain as a centre of sculptural studies, having a significant number of scholars of international repute, with expertise in all aspects of sculpture in the western tradition, from the Late Antique and early medieval through to the modern, postmodern and contemporary periods. (york.ac.uk)
  • To modern eyes, Chinese Buddhist sculpture from the sixth through the eighth century is among the most appealing in the history of art. (si.edu)
  • Sculpture therefore does not include landscape with its accompanying vegetation, nor the phenomena of light and shade, which play such an important part in painting . (newadvent.org)
  • The heat causes the air bubbles to expand and makes the soap sculpture grow. (planet-science.com)
  • [12] In 1927, Brâncuși won a lawsuit against the U.S. customs authorities who attempted to value his sculpture as raw metal. (wikipedia.org)
  • We then take these 3D forms and develop them into foldable metal sculptures. (kickstarter.com)
  • The metal sculptures arrive in flat sheet form. (kickstarter.com)
  • This sculpture is classy enough to be put on display in elite botanical and city gardens. (geekalerts.com)
  • If you were in Australia this past September, you may have checked out the 9th annual Swell Sculpture Festival, an event that brings together artists to display their unique sculptures on Currumbin Beach. (mymodernmet.com)