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Meaning Of Art

STMTS is a young street artist, passionately creative and socially active being with big ideas. He created wonderful pieces of street art in Athens, Greece. He was beginning his work with a lengthy pre-planning process in the studio in which he makes repeated sketches of his subjects, he then takes the completed work to the street for pasting. Of his own motivations, the artist says: “I care about the social problems and more specifically about the kids and the new generations. The political…

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photo such as this with both participants looking up and away from each each other - different continents but longing ?

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from Dave's Dungeon

Barbara Kruger

barbara kruger. memory is your image of perfection.

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Great guide for art therapy groups conducted in detention setting where art media may not be permitted for use...can show slides of famous artworks and ask the questions to reach for insight, meaning and participants' responses..

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Effective use of text combined with image. Self Portrait 1

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from Artistaday.com

Jane Radstrom

Jane Radstrom first studied drawing and painting at Watts Atelier California. The methods practiced in atelier schools are based on meticulous renaissance traditions of masterful realism. She then attended Ringling College of Art and Design in Sarasota, FL, earning a BFA in Illustration. Illustration is all about bringing ideas to life – it is art created to clearly convey specific meaning. Now, she create works which she considers to be contemporary realism out of my studio in Austin, TX…

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Two Hares “For love is the ultimate meaning of everything around us. It is not a mere sentiment; it is truth; it is joy that is at the root of all creation” - Iris Milward

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this is beautiful http://artistycrafty.blogspot.ie/2015/01/freedom-of-my-journal-pages-how-to.html

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from the Guardian

David Hockney: ‘Just because I’m cheeky, doesn’t mean I’m not serious’

"My Parents" David Hockney elaborou retratos em diferentes períodos da sua carreira. A partir de 1968, retratou amigos, amantes e parentes. Hockney, mais tarde, mudou de óleo para tinta acrílica, aplicando-a como cor lisa e brilhante suave.

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i want to use the idea of cutting words out of a book and using them as writing, I want to put this on my page with the blizzard and use them to explain the meaning of the piece more

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