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Renaat Veris Artworks Renaat Veris was born in Noorderwijk ( Belgium) on January 30, 1940. He lives and works in Grobbendonk, where his Atelier can also be visited. Veris is an artist with many facets. Theo Jansen Da Wikipedia, l'enciclopedia libera. Theo Jansen ad Art Futura, Barcellona, ottobre 2005 Theo Jansen (Scheveningen-L'Aja, 14 marzo 1948) è un artista olandese attivo soprattutto nel campo della scultura cinetica, con creazioni che si pongono al confine tra la creazione artistica e la progettazione ingegneristica. Theo Jansen con una delle sue Strandbeesten (bestie da spiaggia)

Emi Arty PAGE WEB (Ma Terre) - Pollution air : définition, pollution atmosphérique De quoi est composé l'air que l'on respire chaque jour ? Pour vivre, un être humain a besoin d'environ entre 10 000 et 15 000 litres d'air chaque jour. Cela représente entre 12 et 18 kg d'air ! La composition normale de l'air est :- 78 % d'azote (N)- 21 % d'oxygène (O)- 1 % d'autres gaz Record Covers - Rodney Matthews is perhaps best known for his record cover designs, and for good reason; he has been responsible for well over seventy since he was commissioned by Thin Lizzy in 1969. Strangely, Rodney could have obtained more commissions in this genre had he been a better businessman. During the Sixties and Seventies he had played with his band on the same stages as many other well known acts: Cream, Manfred Mann, Slade, Eric Clapton's Derek and the Dominoes, Yes, and Genesis to name a few, but it hadn't occurred to him to take along his portfolio to solicit work! He was also getting commissions from David Howells at MCA Records in the early '70s, but for black & white caricature and cartoon work for Stackridge rather than the Osibisa (and later Yes) covers that fell to another designer and illustrator from Howells.

Toshio Saeki - M̲elt Toshio Saeki Wonderfully perverse and twisted traditional woodcut artworks by Toshio Saeki. Architectural Renderings of Life Drawn with Pencil and Pen by Rafael Araujo Nautilus Caracol Double Conic Spiral, process Double Conic Spiral. Ink, acrylic/canvas. Morpho MIZUMA ART GALLERY : IKEDA Manabu / 池田学 池田 学 ⁄ IKEDA Manabu CV download 1973 Born in Taku city, Saga, Japan 1998 Graduated from department of design, Tokyo University of the Arts 2000 Completed the course of MA, Tokyo University of the Arts 2010 Agency for Cultural Affairs, Japan, Emerging Artist Overseas Study Grant recipient (Vancouver, Canada) 2013- Lives and Works in Madison, WI, USA →Official blog "Madison Diary"(only in Japanese) →previous blog "Vancouver Diary"(only in Japanese) --- MySQL Error Msg ---Could not connect : Can't connect to local MySQL server through socket '/tmp/mysql.sock' (2)

Nihonga Materials[edit] Nihonga are typically executed on washi (Japanese paper) or eginu (silk), using brushes. The paintings can be either monochrome or polychrome. If monochrome, typically sumi (Chinese ink) made from soot mixed with a glue from fishbone or animal hide is used. If polychrome, the pigments are derived from natural ingredients: minerals, shells, corals, and even semi-precious stones like malachite, azurite and cinnabar. The raw materials are powdered into 16 gradations from fine to sandy grain textures.