Visitor Info | ART FAIR EAST. Previous Next Go to slide 1Go to slide 2 Opening Hours VIP PRIVATE VIEW Thursday 4th June 6pm to 8.30pm FAIR OPEN TO PUBLIC Friday 5th June 10.30am to 8.30pm **EXTENDED OPENING** FAIR OPEN TO PUBLIC Saturday 6th June 10.30am to 6.30pm FAIR OPEN TO PUBLIC Sunday 7th June 10.30am to 5pm Art Fair East 2015 is scheduled to take place at Saint Andrews Hall, in centre of the city of Norwich. Parking near Art Fair East: There are many car parks in the surrounding area including St Andrews Car Park, only a few minutes walk away. Getting to Art Fair East by car Major trunk roads to the Norwich area are the M11, A11, A12, A140 and A14 from London, the south east of England, ferry ports and the Channel Tunnel.
The Midlands and the north of England. By rail Greater Anglia operates regular train services between Norwich and London Liverpool Street with an average journey time of 1 hour and 50 minutes. Cambridge, Ipswich and other parts of the East of England, as well as the connecting services from By air By coach. 9 Doll | Jill Lorraine Turpin. Just what every six-year-old wants for his birthday – a dirty, post-apocalyptic, burlap rag doll that can steal a piece of your soul. And since my sister couldn’t find such a doll, I volunteered to make it for my nephew’s birthday. There’s a good tutorial here, but I didn’t follow it for some things because I wanted to use clay to model the hands, feet, and eyes. Some Premo! Sculpey did the trick. 9 is moderately poseable and has a zipper that opens and closes. So that’s my version of the “9” rag doll from the movie. *Edit – 2/20/13 – I have had lots of questions about this guy over the last few years, so I wanted to make a note that no, he is not for sale, and I do not make these to sell.
Also, for those of you asking, I am sorry, I don’t have a tutorial. **Edit – 10/10/13 – Looking for more 9 Doll awesomeness? Stitchpunk 9 Doll by Wirecase How My Art Beats 9 Doll. Artist Turns Her Own Menstrual Blood Into Surprisingly Beautiful Art. Artist gives old computer parts renewed purpose by turning them into intricate insect sculptures - Lost At E Minor: For creative people. They say that ‘One man’s trash is another man’s treasure’, but in this case, one man’s broken circuit board is another woman’s bug sculpture. In her series ‘Computer Component Bugs’, UK-based artist Julie Alice Chappell breathes new life into old and unwanted computer parts by recycling them into beautiful high-tech insects.
Her inspiration to turn trash into creepy crawlies began when she first noticed how the intricate features of electronics look like legs and antennas. ‘With all their tiny components, complex circuitry and bright metallic colours I cannot help but compare them to the detailed patterns we see when we look at nature up close’, Chappell wrote. ‘I view the miniature circuit boards with the same curiosity and amazement as I view the natural world’. She hopes that her collection of sculptures might one day help in raising awareness of current environmental issues. Via Demilked. Dr. Seuss penned a nudey book back in 1939 that only sold 2,500 copies - Lost At E Minor: For creative people. We all know Dr Seuss’ children’s books, but what you might not know about the author – whose real name was Theodor Seuss Geisel – is that he also penned a book in 1939 where all of the characters were in the nude.
And they were all women. The Seven Lady Godivas is the name of the book, and it tells the story of seven very naked ladies who were ‘simply themselves and chose not to disguise it’ – that’s how Seuss explained the nakedness anyway. This adult book was part of Geisel’s conditions when he moved publisher from Vanguard to Random House. Permission was granted and Seuss sat down to pen a ‘beautiful story of love, honour and scientific achievement’. The book initially only sold 2,500 copies but was reprinted in 1987. Via Stuff. Hs. ArtFido | fetching art | Currently Trending on artFido. Think science is just for guys? One illustrator is celebrating the mighty accomplishments of women in science - Lost At E Minor: For creative people. Science is definitely not a guys-only field. Artist Rachel Ignotofsky knows this all too well and creates a series of imaginative illustrations inspired by the women who changed the course of history through science.
Ignotofsky believes that illustration is a powerful tool that can make information fun and accessible. Her ‘Women in Science’ series portrays women throughout history who have made great contributions to science. ‘I wanted to celebrate the accomplishments of these women and hope to inspire curiosity in young women to ask questions about the world we live in and be the one who finds out the answers’, says Ignotofsky.
Her overall goal is to complete 50 drawings and the ongoing project can be followed on her Instagram account. 29 Breathtaking Photographs Of The Human Race You (Probably) Haven’t Seen. These pictures display the amazing diversity that can be found within the human race. They remind us that we live in a world where happy and sad coexist. Several images are beautiful, while others are sad and touching. Please SHARE these amazing pictures with your friends and family. “Cosmic time is the same for everyone, but human time differs with each person.
Time flows in the same way for all human beings; every human being flows through time in a different way.” ― Yasunari Kawabata “I’m fed up to the ears with old men dreaming up wars for young men to die in.” A boy rescues his sister from underneath the rubble of their home in Syria Hosam Katan / Reuters Toshimana, an apprentice Geisha in Kyoto Yezidi girl carries an assault rifle to protect her family against ISIS A mother and her 3 year-old daughter, who were attacked with acid by their husband/father Girl that survived 11 days in Siberian Forest Siberian Family Meal Iowa couple of 72 years finally gets married Beautiful eyes! Ori And The Blind Forest. Animal eyes up close: photos by Suren Manvelyan. 90 seconds of wiggling, jiggling, sweating, and shaking is all it took to get me off the couch. Like This Post On Facebook It's no surprise this video's going viral. It's not every day you see a video that proudly shows real women working up a sweat.
It's honest and relatable in a way that feels new but is long overdue. Not only is it incredibly empowering to see so many different types of women having fun and embracing who they are, it's also refreshing to see a message of health and fitness promoted for everyone. 09-29-14.gif (GIF Image, 1080 × 1218 pixels) - Scaled (82%) Ballpoint pen illustrations by Rebecca Yanovskaya - Lost At E Minor: For creative people. Winged is a series by Toronto-based artist Rebecca Yanovskaya, where she uses ballpoint pen, 22k Gold Leaf applique, and a bit of digital retouching on Moleskine to produce fantastical and otherworldly images of angels. The first of the series is called is Ascent of Man and the Destruction of Magic, in which we see two mermaid-like beings looking up at a crowned angel.
Yanovskaya says the inspiration for this piece began from a trip to the Metropolitan Museum of Art, where she saw the works of Klimt, Mucha, Herbert Draper, Bouguereau, Waterhouse, Frazetta, as well as a sculpture called Mourning Victory. The sequel is called The Descent of Man, in which dark, hooded figures look down on a bowing angel. This piece took the artist and illustrator two weeks to finish it, and we can see why. The details and the patterns, especially on the wings and the rug, are nothing short of amazing. “I have planned three pieces in the first installment of Winged,” she tells My Modern Met. ERIN TOBEY // ART + MUSIC. Modern_Women_exhibition « a-n The Artists Information Company. REALITY: Modern & Contemporary British Painting / Exhibitions. Curated by artist Chris Stevens, REALITY brings together over 50 works celebrating the strength of British painting with some of the best and most influential artists of the last sixty years.
Uncompromising and direct, the work of each artist represented retains a strong reference to the real world, 'the stuff of life'. While, to an extent, painting has been eclipsed in recent decades by the Minimal and Conceptual movements, installation, photography and film, REALITY testifies to the survival of painting as a medium and the impact of British painting today. Major 20th Century artists are represented such as Walter Sickert, Francis Bacon, Lucian Freud and David Hockney, alongside contemporary painters including Ken Currie, George Shaw and Caroline Walker. The artists in REALITY tackle a diverse range of subjects, referencing the body, relationships, history, politics, war, the urban environment and social issues.
Portraits of caesarean babies taken seconds after delivery show us what childbirth really looks like. When we think of babies, we imagine rosy cheeks and chubby, huggable limbs. French photographer Christian Berthelot, however, wants us to see them for what they really are: alien-like creatures soaked in blood and bodily juices, bursting out of their respective wombs. In his series ‘Cesar’, Berthelot photographs caesarean babies seconds after birth. With these raw and powerful images, he hopes to show us childbirth as it really is – beautiful, gore and all. Berthelot got the idea for the series from his first-born child, who was delivered via C-section: ‘When I saw [my son] for the first time, he was bloodied and covered in this white substance called vernix’, he told Huffington Post. Inspired, he then underwent six months of training to be able take photographs in a surgical environment. ‘Caesar’ will be on exhibit at the Circulation(s) festival in Paris until March 5, 2015. Via Bored Panda.
A Place to Call Home. Photos du journal - The Jealous Curator. Face of tattooed mummified princess finally revealed after 2,500 years. 'One of the most significant archaeological discoveries of the 20th century'. Picture: The Siberian Times The first replica face has been created of the famous tattooed Siberian princess found mummified and preserved after almost 2,500 years in permafrost. A Swiss expert has used special taxidermy techniques to build an accurate reconstruction of the ice maiden who was uncovered by archaeologists in 1993.
Known as Princess Ukok, after the high altitude plateau on which she was discovered, her body was decorated in the best-preserved, and most elaborate, ancient art ever found. While her discovery was exciting, particularly given how intact her remains were, her face and neck skin had deteriorated, with no real clue as to what she once looked like. However, now her face has been revealed to the world for the first time following the work by Swiss taxidermist Marcel Nyffenegger. 'That two weeks took me to the brink of insanity', the expert confessed. Haunting photos of Icelandic twins will make you wish you were one. Nobody knows what it’s like to be a twin except a twin. But photographer Ariko Inaoka has tried to capture the synchronicity of Icelandic twins Erna and Hrefna every sumer for the past five years. Inaoka states that this is an ongoing project and hopes to photograph the twins until they are 16 years old.
‘I will visit them every year’, says Inaoka. ‘My intention for this project is to capture the very precious period of their growth from child to teenager, physically as well as psychologically. Via Free York. Photos du journal - Humans of New York. Light And Earth: The Nude Photography of Lucien Clergue. A series of beautiful nude photos by the master of light, the late French photographer Lucien Clergue. He passed away on November 15th 2014, and is not only famous for extraordinary photography, but for his long-time friendship with Pablo Picasso. images via thegorgeousdaily.
These 60-And-Older Seniors Will Destroy Your Age Stereotypes. FACTORIA CIRCULAR | Artes Urbanas. Rajkamalkahon | 2013-2012. Blowback Blowback is a CIA term, a metaphor for the unintended consequences of covert operations against foreign nations and governments. The project borrows the term to explore the relationship between early anthropological portraiture and modern terrorism. Through these works a relation of causality appears between Western representations of formerly colonized subjects and acts of political retaliation labeled as terrorism today.
Turning Eickstadt's Wonder The exhibition, Subjective Object, addressed Eigon Von Eickstedt’s photographic archive held by the Grassi Ethnographic Museum. For my contribution I created a large scale graphite drawing of Eickstedt’s colonial outfitted body with the head of a man he photographed. Double_Vision_Ludwigshafen_2012-48.jpg Double_Vision_Ludwigshafen_2012-44.jpg Double_Vision_Ludwigshafen_2012-43.jpg _MG_1450_bearb_bearbeitet-1.jpg Double_Vision_Ludwigshafen_2012-31.jpg Double_Vision_Ludwigshafen_2012-56.jpg Double Take / Doppelbilder Taipei Biennial. Sense and Sensuality: Art Nouveau 1890-1914 / Exhibitions. Sense and Sensuality presents some 65 works drawn from the Arwas Collection, the Anderson Collection of Art Nouveau (already in the Sainsbury Centre holdings), and from various other private collections. Following on from the 2012 exhibition, The First Moderns: Art Nouveau, from Nature to Abstraction, which focused on Art Nouveau as the forerunner of international Modern design, this exhibition looks at those Art Nouveau designers who were interested in the darker, more complex side of life.
The show embraces the sensuality of Art Nouveau, which at times is risqué, and features a wide range of works from sculpture, graphics, and books to ceramics, glass and furniture. Making Art from the War on Terror’s Deadly Paper Trail. Artists - Garth Greenan Gallery. Hungarian Dance #5; Johannes Brahms. The Emphatic Chromatic Callioforte. The Motions of Kayaking and Canoeing Recorded through Light Painting on Canadian Waterways.
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