Powerfully Moving Brush Strokes UK-based contemporary painter Paul Wright creates incredibly intimate, yet somewhat abstract, oil paintings that draw the viewer in. His work focuses primarily on people and faces, but he occasionally ventures off to depict clothing and objects to reflect the people who own them. Wright captures the essence of his characters. Each artwork has its own emotional expression attached to it. Without divulging too much, each painting displays recognizable subjects.
Zentangle Workshop Zen-doodle on the go Actually, if truth be told, I don't have anywhere special to do my zendoodles. I have a corner of a large bedroom, where my computer, printer, art materials and workspace live. I usually do my drawings here. Education Edition Early Access - Minecraft Education Edition And we’re continuing to work on a whole host of other features that the community has told us are important, including a Classroom Mode interface for educators with a map and list view of all their students, teleport capabilities, and a chat window for communication. If you have suggestions for future features and capabilities, please let us know at In addition to the product features, we are also releasing updated lesson starters and starter worlds to help educators get started quickly using Minecraft: Education Edition. A range of sample lessons are available for educators to use across subjects and age levels.
Float Through Time with Flyte’s New Magnetized Clock Tell time or count down the moments until your next big life event with STORY, a new magnetized piece from Flyte (previously). The company’s latest design is an improvement to the wall clock, a work that uses powerful magnetism to move a hovering metal ball around STORY’s edge. The designed object was built with three modes. Photo to Oil Painting Converter - Oil painting photo effect online Sending your request to Picture to People server ... It can take a minute to calculate, so please wait. If you receive a file to download, after saving it, refresh this page pressing F5. News & Support Top Photo Editors all things tangled I was working with florz and birds on a wire, trying to get them to play together nicely, and I needed a little something across the top of the tile. I laid out a simple doodle and then went, “Hmmmm. This has possibilities.”
“The Raft of the Medusa” – Art A Fact There are few better examples of technical mastery than Gericault’s tale of the poor shipwrecked souls of the French Naval Ship, The Medusa. Imagine an artist today creating a HUGE scene of the BP oil spills from a few years back – quite controversial right? But Gericault new that painting a scene of contemporary history could launch his career. Only 15 people survived the shipwreck and raft ordeal (of the original 147 that began on the raft!) Starvation, madness, even cannibalism are parts of this horrific tale of survival. What makes this work such a masterpiece is Gericault’s ability to create the most balanced and intentional moment of chaos.
Tangled Tranquility Derwent Inktense pencils were used for the color on the pearls “I have never been lost, but I will admit to being confused for several weeks.” Daniel Boone Netsuke Cockerel - Wood Carving Magazine - woodworkersinstitute.com; Bob Jubb shows how to carve a stylised Japanese netsuke cockerel in easy steps Gallery The completed netsuke cockerel (PHOTOGRAPHS COURTESY OF BOB JUBB) Photocopy the left side drawing of the cockerel. all things tangled Joey’s weekly tangle challenge is an interesting challenge. Create a tile and then use it in a larger arrangement of tiles. tangle patterns: bubble-up & drupe materials: 3½” square tile, black micron, pencil Using the magic of gimp I multiplied the tile by four, flipped them around, and arranged them around a center point. Pretty, pretty.
Paul Klee: Triumph of a 'degenerate' "I cannot be grasped in the here and now," the artist Paul Klee wrote as the first line of his own tombstone epitaph. Which in one sense is the opposite of the truth. There are few among the leading Modernist painters who are not more readily known than Klee, with his spindly lines and squared block colours, and even fewer who are more readily loved. Picasso and Matisse seize you with their vision, Klee has the knack of making you feel a partner in it. Click here or on 'view gallery' to see more of Klee's works on show at Tate Modern And yet there is something elusive, unknowable indeed, about his compositions, hovering as they do between natural observation and imagination, neither the one nor the other: "Somewhat closer to the heart/Of creation than usual/But far from close enough," as he puts it in the same epitaph.