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Cell. Fabric. Natural History Illustration. Victor Pasmore 1908–1998. Pioneering Painter Alma Thomas Is Making a Comeback 30 Years after Her Last Major Retrospective. In 1972, at age 80, Alma Thomas was the first African-American woman to receive a solo exhibition at the Whitney Museum.
Interviewed that same year by The New York Times, the artist, who grew up in Columbus, Georgia, before settling in Washington, D.C., said: “One of the things we couldn’t do was go into museums, let alone think of hanging our pictures there. My, times have changed. Just look at me now.” Thomas, who achieved widespread recognition late in her lifetime for her colorful, exuberant abstract paintings, is once again in the spotlight after slipping from the mainstream art-historical canon following her death in 1978.
The Prismatic Eye. Foxes Forest - Sophie Burgham Illustrations. Art Nouveau - A Universal Style. The Jewels of Mrs. Paul Mellon. 5 DAY CREATIVE TEXTILE COURSE: FLAX PROCESSING, SPINNING, WEAVING AND NATURAL DYING « Selvedge. Join textile artist Susie Gillespie and learn how to process, spin, weave and naturally dye linen.
Susie will pick your flax from her orchard in August (2016) so it has time to dry. But don’t worry, she’ll talk you through the process of planting the seeds, rippling and retting the stems so they are ready to be spun. You’ll start by making preparations to the flax stems to prepare them for spinning, this will include revealing the flax fibres, removing the pith, combing them and finally winding them so you can tease off the fibre to produce the yarn. Government Art Collection - Art Work Details. Patiently Arranged Dandelion Works by Botanical Artist Duy Anh Nhan Duc. All images via Duy Anh Nhan Duc.
RASCHART Science and Art: biology. Mind maps: the beauty of brain cells – in pictures. Gold Leaf Painting. HOME. Meredith Woolnough. Google Arts & Culture Experiments - X Degrees of Separation. Understanding Camera Lenses. Understanding camera lenses can help add more creative control to digital photography.
Choosing the right lens for the task can become a complex trade-off between cost, size, weight, lens speed and image quality. This tutorial aims to improve understanding by providing an introductory overview of concepts relating to image quality, focal length, perspective, prime vs. zoom lenses and aperture or f-number. All but the simplest cameras contain lenses which are actually comprised of several "lens elements. " Each of these elements directs the path of light rays to recreate the image as accurately as possible on the digital sensor. The goal is to minimize aberrations, while still utilizing the fewest and least expensive elements.
Optical aberrations occur when points in the image do not translate back onto single points after passing through the lens — causing image blurring, reduced contrast or misalignment of colors (chromatic aberration). Original Image. Tsg crowe light on the landscape lr by The Scottish Gallery. Bruder Klaus Field Chapel - Architecture of the World - WikiArquitectura. Introduction A small concrete chapel built by local farmers on the edge of a field.
Concrete is cast around a group of 120 tree trunks, cut at a local forest, and then slowly burned. The meticulous arrangement of the trees teardrop or leaf created the oculus that provides the only direct light to the small dark space. Balthasar. Victoria Crowe - Ti Sorprendo. Grafisch werk. Results - Visual Arts Data Service: the online resource for visual arts. Collections Resources Services News Image search more search options Core Record | Search Results | New Search.
CHRISTIANE LÖHR. Harvard unveils massive Bauhaus collection online - Curbed. Chambray. Classical texts re-imagined/re-imaged… - AoB Blog. Image: Stephen Hales, Vegetable Staticks.
London, W. and J. Innys, 1727. Do you remember the good old days when students read for a degree? Well, I don’t know how much proper reading they do these days – i.e. that which involves actually touching and turning the pages of a book or research article (but which is probably nowadays forbidden on health and safety grounds – well, you never know what disease you might pick up from a multi-accessed textbook… and paper cuts can really hurt…).
Research as Art. Rising from the Page: Bringing Medieval Women to Life.
Sparky Booker and Deborah Youngs. (Winner of the 2015 Research as Art competition.) Diagramism. Mo Willems. 3,900 Pages of Paul Klee's Personal Notebooks Are Now Online, Presenting His Bauhaus Teachings (1921-1931) Paul Klee led an artistic life that spanned the 19th and 20th centuries, but he kept his aesthetic sensibility tuned to the future.
Because of that, much of the Swiss-German Bauhaus-associated painter’s work, which at its most distinctive defines its own category of abstraction, still exudes a vitality today. And he left behind not just those 9,000 pieces of art (not counting the hand puppets he made for his son), but plenty of writings as well, the best known of which came out in English as Paul Klee Notebooks, two volumes (The Thinking Eye and The Nature of Nature) collecting the artist’s essays on modern art and the lectures he gave at the Bauhaus schools in the 1920s. “These works are considered so important for understanding modern art that they are compared to the importance that Leonardo’s A Treatise on Painting had for Renaissance,” says Monoskop. Magical-Secrets: A Printmaking Community. Terry haass. History of Graphic Design. Gardener Shirley Watts cultivates the philosophical and practical - San Francisco Chronicle.
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Create a garden space that includes spots to sit and contemplate, objects to provoke deeper thought, and the plants you really love. MANHATTAN GRAPHICS CENTER. MICROSCOPICAL BOOKPLATES (EX LIBRIS) (page 4 of 14) Modernmicroscopy : columns : @ the eyepoint @ the EyePoint MICROSCOPICAL BOOKPLATES (EX LIBRIS) The bookplate of Francis E.
Things on my Desk. The new year is upon us (if you follow the Gregorian Calendar) and it’s really exciting to look into the new year plans. I myself will be starting a new project imaging both plants and fishes that are invasives within the Great Lakes region of North America. Earlier I had posted a fish of a paddlefish and someone asked if they were indeed invasive. I guess I should clarify that not everything I photograph will be invasive. The idea is to photograph everything in a genus if that genus includes a species that is invasive. Magical-Secrets: A Printmaking Community. Sonya Philip. Linday Taylor Embriodered Art Portfolio.
Botanical Blueprints by Makoto Murayama. Images courtesy Frantic Gallery | © Macoto Murayama Using his background in computer graphics and illustration, media artist Makoto Murayama creates technical, scientific blueprints of flowers that look like they belong in a manual for semiconductors. In fact, his work has just been selected as part of the solaé art gallery project, an initiative to bring art into the offices of Tokyo Electron, one of Japan’s largest semiconductor companies. GALERÍA DE IMÁGENES - RAMÓN Y CAJAL: UNA NUEVA BIOLOGÍA. Dibujo de Ramón y Cajal de las células del cerebelo de un pollo, mostrado en "Estructura de los centros nerviosos de las aves", Madrid, 1905. Dibujo de Ramón y Cajal, extraído de "La retina de los Mamíferos". Madrid, 1900 Dibujo de neuronas, por Ramón y Cajal. Santiago Ramón y Cajal, 1899. Trozo de un corte de la sustancia gris del cerebro según un dibujo de Ramón y Cajal.