Monthly Archives: November 2015

Learning To Appreciate Modern Abstract Art

by Thomas Hawk Learning To Appreciate Modern Abstract Art Modern abstract art holds a special place in the hearts and minds of many people. To the uninitiated, it appears like any second grader could do what, in fact, only a real artist can master. There is a tendency for some to understate the real insight

Oil Painting – Steps on Cleaning Oil Painting

by digital-dreams Oil Painting – Steps on Cleaning Oil Painting Those who are starting off on oil painting may get several types of advices on cleaning oil painting when it becomes covered with dirt or grime, or when some corrections are required. Here are some steps that you can use for cleaning oil painting: Put

Oil Painting – What You Must Know About Oil Painting Support

by freeparking 😐 Oil Painting – What You Must Know About Oil Painting Support If you are starting off with the art, then it is essential for you to understand the oil painting support, which is simply the basic surface on which the painting has to be applied. There are many painting surfaces available for

Contemporary Indian Art Exploring New Horizons

by Elf-8 Contemporary Indian Art Exploring New Horizons The dawn of the 20th century was the dawn of contemporary Indian painting also. This revival of sorts in Indian art was spearheaded by the Tagore family. The famous contemporary artists of that era were mostly influenced by the great heritage of India that encompassed themes based

Modern Refrigerators Offer State of the Art Functions

by telmo32 Modern Refrigerators Offer State of the Art Functions Refrigerators have become a vital part of our daily life and they have taken their place in almost every space of life, from homes and restaurants to offices and airports. It is now considered a home support system, without a refrigerator a daily visit to

The Arts Are Nice, But

by Pathos Photos The Arts Are Nice, But Many parents feel that the study of the fine and performing arts is a nice thing for their children to do, a kind of finishing touch to a good liberal arts education. However, they feel that what prepares their children for the “real world” of college and