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Clark Atlanta University (CAU) Art Gallery

Clark Atlanta University (CAU) Art Gallery

Clark Atlanta University Art Galleries Source: http://bit.ly/1QU65Xb The CAU Art Gallery is a sparkling devotion to the dark involvement in the aggregate history of the US, and the world. The pieces contained inside of the CAU Art Gallery are of the finest quality and significance. The works are given by companions of the organization and endowments given by benefactors of the craftsmanship world. Some of today’s most compelling painters and specialists have chip away at ... Read More »

Art Period: Renaissance to Neoclassicism

Art Period: Renaissance to Neoclassicism

Source: http://bit.ly/1WA55vf Renaissance Period The Renaissance period was a period of awesome change in the craftsmanship world. The Renaissance’s rise “man” in the period between the fourteenth and the seventeenth hundreds of years delivered the cutting edge time in craftsmanship, writing, and instruction. The word Renaissance signifies “resurrection” in French and suitably names an age that saw an arrival to the established sensibilities of craftsmanship. The naturalist workmanship style that was well known amid the ... Read More »

Michelangelo Buonarroti

Michelangelo Buonarroti

Sculptor, Architect, Painter & Poet (1475–1564) Source: http://bit.ly/1Ng2ogW Michelangelo Buonarroti was an Italian sculptor, architect, painter, and poet, born at Caprese, Tuscany. Early Life and Work Michelangelo drew broadly as a tyke, and his dad put him under the Ghirlandaio’s tutelage, a regarded craftsman of the day. Following one ineffective year, Michelangelo turned into the understudy of Bertoldo di Giovanni, a stone worker utilized by the Medici crew. From 1490 to 1492, Michelangelo lived with ... Read More »

Giovanni Lorenzo Bernini

Giovanni Lorenzo Bernini

Architect, Artist, Sculptor (1598–1680) Source: http://bit.ly/1LawKuB Giovanni Lorenzo Bernini, a well known Italian engineer, artist and painter was conceived in Naples as the stone worker’s child Pietro Bernini on December 12, 1598. When he was still a tyke, Giovanni Lorenzo Bernini was taught his first workmanship lessons by his dad, and gained such awesome ground, that he made and finished an effective holy messenger’s head in marble at the youthful age of 10. When he ... Read More »

A Trip To The Metropolitan Museum of Art

A Trip To The Metropolitan Museum of Art

What Is The Metropolitan Museum of Art? Anyone who is interested in art has to visit the Metropolitan Museum of Art if they are in New York City. The museum isn’t just the largest art museum in the city, it’s the largest art museum in the entire United states. With a collection of 2 million works displayed or stored within over two million square feet of space you could spend days wandering its halls. What ... Read More »

Reflections on Public School Art Teaching

Reflections on Public School Art Teaching

A message from my heart to the public school Art teacher: take care of yourself. You may have to teach hundreds of students and the Art room is going to get very messy at times. Your job is important, rewarding, and challenging. Look after your physical and psychological well-being. Remind yourself what you love about life and Art. Explore the reasons why you became an Art teacher. Go to a museum or gallery, start an ... Read More »

Appreciating Early African American Artwork

Appreciating Early African American Artwork

Africa is a continent rich with diverse cultures and arts, and this was true during the era in which Africans, often from West Africa,  were enslaved and brought to the Americas. Though enslaved, Africans who were in America continued with numerous cultural traditions as best they could. African craftsmanship continued in America, and can be seen in such early pieces as the face jug to the right.  The eyes are open wide as a prominent ... Read More »

Broadway Musical: Spring Awakening

Broadway Musical: Spring Awakening

A Broadway Musical by Deaf Actors That Shows the Broader Scope of Communication and Collaboration Communication is effective when the “C” in it stands for connection. Connection is a loosely-used word today, over-used and abused in commercials. In its essence, it means stepping into the shoes of another person, learning his language, empathizing with him, and speaking to his heart. We live in an age where communication has almost become synonymous with tweets, Facebook updates, ... Read More »

Indian Artist Tyeb Mehta’s painting to be the focus in UK auction

Indian Artist Tyeb Mehta’s painting to be the focus in UK auction

Renowned Indian artist Tyeb Mehta’s paintings are all set to be the main centre of attraction at the auction in Bonhams’ Modern and Contemporary South Asian Art sale on October 5, 2015. This auction will include a never seen before painting by Tyeb Mehta that comes from a private collector in UK and is estimated to be sold off for about 300,000-500,000 pounds. Like most his early work, this painting too is expected to have ... Read More »

Beautiful Watercolour Paintings by Artist Amit Bhar

Beautiful Watercolour Paintings by Artist Amit Bhar

A renowned Indian artist, Amit Bhar was born and brought up in Bengal. His paintings impart a unique sense of Indianism with a beautiful play of light and shadows. From his unique depiction of the Varanasi ghats to the serene portrayal of Buddha, all of his paintings take you to a different dimension created by Bhar himself.   A look into Bhar’s earlier life Born in 1973, Bhar had realized his love for art early ... Read More »

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