Inspiration. Culture - A hypnotic video of a rare art form. Sliding, etching, scraping and sanding: the muffled sound of a roller on paint; the drip of acid on limestone; the clunk as the stone is pushed into place.
Hypnotic in its measured pace and minimal soundtrack, a new video reveals a technique that goes back more than two centuries. Sarah Dudley and Ulli Kühle are lithographers, drawing on stone in layers of colour, etching with nitric acid, rolling on ink and printing onto acid-free cotton rag paper. They are practitioners of a niche art form. Figure & Gesture Drawing Tool. Images of Ancient Iran. Images of Ancient Iran The Most Comprehensive Image Library of the Ancient Iranian Art & Archeology on the Web This section of CAIS website is constantly being updated, please check back time to time for updates to this section.
CAIS Image Library is an ongoing project of collecting digital images and multimedia files representing art from the ancient Iranian World (pre-history untill the fall of the Sasanian dynasty in 651 CE). This in turn will highlight and place emphasis upon rich Iranian culture. These images will be used for non-commercial purposes only (no fee is charged to viewers).
CAIS Image Library was set up with the aim of generating images that would equip students and scholars alike of the vast art collections that exists today. Middle Eastern Art. Bauhaus - Monoskop. Walter Gropius, Programm des Staatlichen Bauhauses in Weimar, Apr 1919. 4 p., 32 cm.
Cover by Lyonel Feininger. Download (22 MB). Source. Walter Gropius, Schema zum Aufbau der Lehre am Bauhaus, 1922. Louis Held, Bauhaus Party at the Gaststätte Ilmschlösschen Tavern near Weimar, 29 November 1924.  Teachers on the Roof of the Bauhaus Studio Building in Dessau, c1926. The Bauhaus was founded in 1919 in the city of Weimar by German architect Walter Gropius. The Bauhaus combined elements of both fine arts and design education. The workshops included metalworking, weaving, ceramics, carpentry, graphic printing, printing and advertising, photography, glass and wall painting, stone and wood sculpture, and theatre. Fixing the Eraser tip of the FiftyThree® Pencil® Art Journaling. December Daily Art Journal 2. Birgit's Daily Bytes: The Big 20/20 Event: Day 14: Making An Art Journal Part 1.
Welcome back to “The Big 20/20 Event” - I am so glad you’re joining us!
We will be sharing 20 fantastic tutorials from a host of awesome contributors, for 20 days. If you enjoy the tutorials, make sure you sign up for my newsletter, as all my newsletter subscribers will receive a beautiful PDF eBook at the end of the event, showcasing all 20 tutorial projects to keep and peruse at their leisure! Here we go with our Day 14 tutorial. Making An Art Journal, Part 1 Today's tutorial is brought to you by the lovely Lisa. Mixed Media: Art Journaling , Textiles, Artist Trading Cards and Mail Art. Still waiting for biopsy results.
Kind of feel mid-air right now……Quote by C. Joybell C. Turn a Book into An Art Journal. I love making art journals using composition books but old books are another great way to make a journal….and it’s a great way to recycle old books!
Art Journal Every Day Archive. Resources. Making A Colorful Rug From Old T-Shirts. Wabi Sabi - a Japanese Cultural Aesthetic. DIY: Naturally Dyed Easter Eggs. By Renee Long and Tiffany Stout As a wellness warrior, you’re probably making an effort to incorporate natural products into all areas of your daily life—including fun holiday traditions like dying Easter eggs for decoration or your family’s big Sunday Easter egg hunt.
We were really psyched when we read this article from the BigSisLilSis blog on using natural coloring, flowers, and leaves to create beautiful designs on Easter eggs. Gesso Stenciling: 2 Ways To Create Texture. Build Your Own Easel! Speeddrawing Jacque Fresco - 60 hours in 3 minutes. Origami Birds Instructions. Print on Fabric with an Inkjet Printer. By Andrew Lewis Sometimes I have a great idea for a textile project, but I get put off by the thought of trawling through the seemingly endless bolts of fabric at the store.
Then I think about the hassle of haggling over the price and ending up with three times as much fabric as I actually needed. I decided to try printing my own fabric on an inkjet printer, and the results really exceeded my expectations. The advantages to this technique are tremendous, and I don’t have to haggle over prices any more. I get my own designs, in the quantity I need, at a fraction of the price I would normally pay. The only drawback is that people keep asking me to print something special for them, too! About Ink Printing your own fabric is not as difficult as it sounds, and you don’t need any special equipment to get started.
Materials Light-colored fabric Printer that uses pigment inks Scissors Card Sticky tape Directions Step 4: Create your design on the computer, and then print it out. Related. 02: Origami Stern. Christmas Origami Instructions: Hex Star (Maria Sinayskaya) Bernadette Curtin Artwork and Paintings. Anselm van Rood. Linden - Centre for Contemporary Arts, 26 Acland Street, St.
Kilda, Victoria Australia 1. Mondays 7.30 – 9.30 pm – ‘Awakening The Eye- Drawing From Life As Meditation’ a nine-week tutored course.