Monthly Archives: November 2015

Is Arts and crafts Treatment?

by davidyuweb Is Arts and crafts Treatment? Abstract art isn’t just a combination of vivid useless motifs and irrelavent shapes. There is certainly, I feel, a concrete restorative worth to be seen in the majority of the enigmatic marks made by the very different patterns available these days. What appears to be the much more

Surprisingly, Las Vegas Is A City Of Fine Arts And Vibrant Culture

by David Paul Ohmer Surprisingly, Las Vegas Is A City Of Fine Arts And Vibrant Culture In a town that prides itself in offering “something for everyone,” it’s not surprising to find museums and galleries that exhibit fine art from internationally known artists. If you are visiting Las Vegas, it would be a shame to

Commercial Art Compared to Fine Art

by Prayitno / Thank you for (8 millions +) views Commercial Art Compared to Fine Art   An artist does not paint a masterpiece with the goal in mind of becoming rich. I generally view the field of fine art paintings as the “pure” aspect of the graphic family, whereas the commercial advertisements are thought

Transform Your Music Collections Into Modern Wall Art

by Thomas Hawk Transform Your Music Collections Into Modern Wall Art Are you a music lover? Do you have a collection of music instruments, recordings and other music related stuff? If you have a fortune of these materials, you can actually create a place to display your collection to everyone visiting your house while enjoying them

Redefining Fine Art with Giclee

by Adarsh Upadhyay Redefining Fine Art with Giclee The connoisseurs of the fine art in Giclee love it for its precision and the artistic touch it imparts to the photos, portraits, images and other artworks. For the enthusiasts of fine art, Giclee print is something that they can use to showcase their artistic taste and

The Fine Art Of Appreciation

by davidyuweb The Fine Art Of Appreciation We live in a world of constant carping, unending complaining, where “nary is heard a discouraging word” is long dead. Instead, the order of the day is grouse, groan, gripe. If you listen to the person on the street, nothing is ever right; everything is always wrong. Whether