Month: March 2020

Classical Music

Classical Music Classical music, like other forms of classical art, has not as many takers as those of light music. Nonetheless, classical music has its fans too and lots more are falling to its charms. Yet, those who turn to it often find it rather beyond their understanding and real appreciation. They are charmed by …

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Learn How To Dress Up Your Presentation The Easy Way

Learn How To Dress Up Your Presentation The Easy Way Honoring individuals for their achievements may say a great deal about the person but can also demonstrate the sincere appreciation of the one awarding and recognizing the recipients’ success. Everyone enjoys receiving awards and being recognized for their efforts. Many times our trophies and plaques …

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Why Bother With Art Colleges?

Why Bother With Art Colleges? If you are pretty talented at art you might not even consider going to Art College. Why should you, anyway? You can draw like the masters: Boticelli, Michaelangeo, Da Vinci. There wasn’t a landscape scene your brushes didn’t like, and there wasn’t any portrait you couldn’t draw. You can sketch …

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The Early History Of Painting

The Early History Of Painting Literally taken, the art of painting is the process of applying color onto a supported surface – such as paper, wood, glass, or canvas. When taken in an artistic sense, painting is meant to create an image or an expression through this color application, representing and documenting various intentions and …

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Chinese Calligraphy as an Art Form

Chinese Calligraphy as an Art Form There is a quiet appreciation for Chinese calligraphy (called “Shu Fa” in Chinese). We see it everywhere. It has been around for thousand’s of years, and has danced it’s way into the western world. Character techniques were refined throughout the history of China as their culture’s social circumstances changed. …

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