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51.Analysis of The Sunflowers - Vincent van Gogh by Elizabeth Harding
Vincent's Sunflowers "The sunflower is mine in a way." –Vincent van Gogh Van Gogh's "Sunflowers" are among his most famous paintings, but few people realize he did many sunflower pictures, not just the most famous "Vase with Twelve Sunflowers" and "Vase ...
[Added: 16 Sep 2006   Hits: 2286   Words: 549]

52.The Museum of Modern Art: New York's Premier Cultural Stop by Andrew Regan
The image of New York has always been one of America's greatest exports. From Frank Sinatra to Sarah Jessica Parker, the city that never sleeps has at been the centre of the entertainment and art industry for the better part of the twentieth ...
[Added: 11 Sep 2006   Hits: 542   Words: 504]

53.How To Keep Your Baby's Memories Forever: Scrapbooking Baby's Firsts by Justin Stanke
A baby never fails to bring joy in any family. The fun and excitement the baby brings is simply priceless. Parents, especially first timers, can't help but be nostalgic about everything concerned with the new baby. Perhaps if there was a way to freeze time and keep ...
[Added: 08 Sep 2006   Hits: 450   Words: 418]

54.Cross Stitch – Working With The Needle by Alan MacLachlan
Overview Working with a needle requires both skill and patience. If you know how to make cross stitch with needle and thread you will surely know that the when completed the picture look ...
[Added: 02 Sep 2006   Hits: 718   Words: 455]

55.Indian Contemporary art by Namita Sibal
Targeted at Collectors The Indian contemporary art market has been growing exponentially in the last few years. Not only in India, but even globally, Indian contemporary art is being recognized as amongst the best in ...
[Added: 01 Sep 2006   Hits: 328   Words: 831]

56.Indian Art Collectors by Namita Sibal
Targeted at the Artists The Indian Contemporary art market has been booming over the last few years. Indian art is fast becoming an investment avenue for the rich middle class. There ...
[Added: 01 Sep 2006   Hits: 343   Words: 770]

57.5 Quick Tips For Beginning Magicians by Ryan Even
If you are new to the world of magic and you're looking to improve the execution of your magic tricks then you've come to the right place. Follow these free tips and you'll start to improve your magic starting today. Practice your palming skills ...
[Added: 30 Aug 2006   Hits: 297   Words: 476]

58.Vincent van Gogh's Bedroom at Arles, painted in 1889 by Elizabeth Harding
In Vincent's Room "In a word, looking at the picture ought to rest the brain, or rather the imagination." Vincent van Gogh's "Bedroom at Arles," painted in 1889, was intended to be symbolic of restful peace. A glance at this painting, buzzing with energy and ...
[Added: 12 Aug 2006   Hits: 965   Words: 475]

59.Understand the Techniques behind a Good Oil Painting by Anna Josephs
Are you having problem beginning your oil painting? If you can hold a paintbrush you can discover how to oil paint any subject you want. Oil painting is straightforward, far simpler than etching or even watercolor painting. ...
[Added: 04 Aug 2006   Hits: 491   Words: 458]

60.South African Film Industry: The Highlights by Bronwen Elisabeth Roberts
Grand Beginnings South Africa started making movies in the early 1900s: the silent movie era. American Director, D.W Griffiths made 'Birth of a Nation' and movies on the Voortrekkers were produced. The first South African movie with sound was ...
[Added: 02 Aug 2006   Hits: 492   Words: 951]

61.What Makes Anime Popular by Scott Brady
What is it that makes Japanese animation popular, not only to the young but to adults as well? I remember a few years ago when I was a freshmen and sophomore in university I was addicted to the Japanese anime ...
[Added: 25 Jul 2006   Hits: 528   Words: 614]

62.Comic-Con…it's not just about comic books by Alex A. Kecskes
It's the ultimate. The extreme. The biggest event in the world if you're a sci-fi fantasy enthusiast, comic or video artist! It's the one and only Comic-Con in San Diego. From July 20th through the ...
[Added: 20 Jul 2006   Hits: 510   Words: 567]

63.Abstract Art and I by Chidi Okoye
I have always loved bright colors and movement, like dancing its healing, relaxing fulfilling and challenging as well. The bottom line is the feeling and message that I want to convey through the medium. When I paint, every attempt is to capture the feel of warmth, ...
[Added: 16 Jul 2006   Hits: 317   Words: 768]

64.Modern Art a Conspiracy Part 2 by Chidi Okoye
They have never been interested in others but for what they can get. The opportunity to study other cultures have presented it self severally but they were not up for it. They have written mind alteration books for their vision. It would have been ideal for them to introduce ...
[Added: 16 Jul 2006   Hits: 398   Words: 1156]

65.Modern Art a Conspiracy Part 1 by Chidi Okoye
I have been turned down several times by some ignorant gallery owners on both sides of the fence for their lack of interest in African Art. In their words African Art is primitive. The sad thing is ...
[Added: 13 Jul 2006   Hits: 309   Words: 956]

66.Ukrainian Tapestry in the 21st Century by Rob Lester
Ukrainian tapestry artists have earned a reputation for uniquely integrating traditional views of the world with modern insights into human choice and destiny. The work of a small but growing number of artists has drawn ...
[Added: 10 Jul 2006   Hits: 476   Words: 437]

67.Magic Lines of Uli Art Style by Chidi Okoye
Uli is an expression of the people's capacity for creative design, which is firmly rooted in their myths and their experience of life in the past, present and future. At its best, it is an expression of their synthetic present, the epic of their search for a new order ...
[Added: 07 Jul 2006   Hits: 348   Words: 744]

68.Key Concepts of Exhibitions by Steve Brennen
An exhibition may be broadly defined as a trade fair where various companies can showcase and demonstrate their newly launched and existing products in order to highlight their positive features to prospective customers. In an age where how ...
[Added: 01 Jul 2006   Hits: 348   Words: 867]

69.Online Music: Exciting Developments by Pankaj Mohan
Music could never be bound by any man made barriers, they said. And it has been proved beyond doubt, at least in today's ongoing web boom. The market for buying, and receiving free rights to download online music, ...
[Added: 21 Jun 2006   Hits: 428   Words: 784]

70.How I Changed My Life: Hare Krishna and Hip Hop by Jason Fladlien
For more information go to The Beginning Hare Krishna. Those two words changed my life and inspired me to create the "Kali Yuga Demolition Vol. 1" CD, an upbeat hip hop album. I was a 20 year old ...
[Added: 20 Jun 2006   Hits: 338   Words: 664]

71.How To Set Up a Home Recording Studio by Bobby Lapoint
Studios fall into three basic categories, Home studios, Project studios and Commercial studios. It's pretty obvious what a home studio is. Many people working in the music industry, and even the TV and film industries, ...
[Added: 12 Jun 2006   Hits: 609   Words: 799]

72.Modern Fashion at The Victoria & Albert Museum by Bronwen E. Roberts
If you're a dedicated follower of fashion, only a collection as rich and varied as the Victoria and Albert Museum's, containing works by the world's top fashion designers, could inspire you. Histories of 20th century dress ...
[Added: 07 Jun 2006   Hits: 785   Words: 696]

73.Van Gogh's Earliest Masterpiece: The Potato Eaters, 1885 by Elizabeth Harding
"Some see beauty in it, precisely because the characters are so genuine." –Theo van Gogh Just a few months before van Gogh moved to Antwerp, with the resulting expansion of his color palette, he painted ...
[Added: 07 Jun 2006   Hits: 832   Words: 541]

74.Tips for Taking Great Photos by Fran Black
Tripod: In order to successfully take a good photo, it is important you use a tripod. Tripods will result in sharp, clear pictures. Photographers who do not use a tripod will often experience blurred images. ...
[Added: 07 Jun 2006   Hits: 812   Words: 486]

75.How to Contour Draw and the Benefits Your Art Will See by Todd Harris
How to Contour Draw and the Benefits… Making a contour drawing may seem a little overwhelming or pointless to you. Let me say there are a great many advantages and lessons learned through doing these drawings. First, let's discuss what a contour drawing is. Before ...
[Added: 02 Jun 2006   Hits: 364   Words: 500]

76.Painting Throughout History by Tom Takihi
Painting is the art of applying pigments to a surface whether it is on paper, canvas, a wall or any other medium, to create an image with lines and colors. The image can represent real objects found around us or imaginary ones. It may ...
[Added: 02 Jun 2006   Hits: 540   Words: 628]

77.Oil Painting Lesson - Frequently Asked Questions About Oil Painting by Ralph Serpe
Oil painting is probably one of the more challenging mediums to master. There are many aspects of oil painting that often confuse and intimidate beginners. Many questions arise and this article will cover some frequently asked questions that beginners have. What is Fat Over Lean? ...
[Added: 01 Jun 2006   Hits: 455   Words: 905]

78.Simple Ideas for Breaking the Dangerous Icons in Your Art by Todd Harris
You may be surprised by what I am about to tell you, at least partly. The two lines with the least variation are a perfectly straight line and a circle. A perfectly straight line has obviously no variety at all. ...
[Added: 22 May 2006   Hits: 309   Words: 489]

79.How to Use a PhotoWorks Coupon by Richard McMillan is a website offering services such as storing and editing of photos, organizing them in albums, sharing the photos with others, and using the photos to create a range of gift items like photo books and keepsakes. ...
[Added: 21 May 2006   Hits: 320   Words: 351]

80.An Honest RitzPix Review by An Honest RitzPix Review
RitzPix is primarily a photo printing service; the website allows users to upload their photos online. The photos, a maximum of 100, are stored online free of cost for 90 days. One can also have the film uploaded at any Ritz Camera center. The photos are available ...
[Added: 20 May 2006   Hits: 401   Words: 357]

81.3 Reasons to Sign Up for SnapFish (And Use That Coupon Code!) by Richard McMillan
Apart from the fact that SnapFish is a free-to-use service, the prints are by Kodak, and it offers free software for uploading photos, there are a host of other amazing features for its users. There is a lot that photography enthusiasts can ...
[Added: 20 May 2006   Hits: 319   Words: 396]

82.A Quick Guide to Using a SnapFish Coupon by Richard McMillan is an online photo sharing service that offers a host of services. One can upload an unlimited amount of photos from any camera and share them for free. SnapFish can be used to develop rolls of film and high quality prints in a range of sizes. The ...
[Added: 20 May 2006   Hits: 388   Words: 353]

83.A Quick Review of SmugMug by Richard McMillan
SmugMug, the online photo sharing service, has several outstanding features that have resulted in a faithful following; indeed it can be counted as among the best photo sharing services in the world. Users can upload an unlimited number of photos, ...
[Added: 20 May 2006   Hits: 368   Words: 366]

84.Step up to Memories - Arts With the Kids by Chuck Greene
If you've been looking for a creative art project to do with the kids, look no further! I recently did a fun project with my daughter and thought I'd share the how-to for other parents who are looking for ways to keep ...
[Added: 19 May 2006   Hits: 362   Words: 422]

85.How to Sell Your Art - Making The Most Out Of Art Shows by Ralph Serpe
One of the quickest and more effective ways to expose your art or crafts to the public is by opening a booth at an art or craft show. Thousands of people come to these art shows each year with the ...
[Added: 17 May 2006   Hits: 522   Words: 621]

86.The Flower Shop: Actual or Virtual, Your one Stop to Beautiful Flowers by Serenata
The increasing pace of life seems inevitable with continuous developments and inventions to available technologies. On the other hand, thanks to these developing technologies, so many mundane daily tasks are alleviated from our lives. Our technological world certainly is a double edged sword, and can't be brushed off as ...
[Added: 13 May 2006   Hits: 570   Words: 877]

87.You Might Be In Danger Playing Guitar by Mike Morin
©Mike Morin - All Rights Reserved ============================================ Imagine this… You pick up the guitar one day. Start playing your favourite song, and all of a sudden you feel this pain in your wrist. It's a sort of pain that ...
[Added: 12 May 2006   Hits: 399   Words: 513]

88.TV Stars - Really? They Started on the Legit Stage by Paul Mroczka
Many times the general public associates an actor with a role they play on a long-running television show, not realizing that often that thespian had an active career on the stage first. Jerry Orbach ...
[Added: 08 May 2006   Hits: 480   Words: 1677]

89.Learn to Play Guitar - Free Tips for Beginner Guitar Players by Ralph Serpe
Find a Good Teacher - There is no substitution for a good guitar teacher. You can buy all the books and videos you want, but in order to really become a good guitar player, you need to learn from a pro. A professional ...
[Added: 03 May 2006   Hits: 361   Words: 835]

90.What You Need to Know Before Investing in Art by Olga Nazarkina
We all know when there is a panic on the financial market, everything that can be seen as an investment will rise in price. Besides traditional commodities such as gold and antiques, you can also consider some products of the modern art as in investment for ...
[Added: 02 May 2006   Hits: 320   Words: 751]

91.Not Another Book Club by Jill Brennan
Want to talk about fiction but not sure if you can commit to reading a book each month? Especially if it turns out to be a book you dont like. Its one thing finding time for a novel you do like, but one that is a struggle just ...
[Added: 28 Apr 2006   Hits: 424   Words: 753]

92.Canvaz, Inc: A Good Portrait by Dmitrie Highduke
A portrait painted by an artist's hand is regarded as a luxury thing. On the other hand a portrait of your friend, relative or sweetheart can be not only a pleasant thing but also a good ...
[Added: 28 Apr 2006   Hits: 274   Words: 352]

93.Art Marketing Tips - Launch a successful business selling your art or crafts by Ralph Serpe
Define your goals and get organized - What are your goals as an artist? Do you hope and dream to one day have your artwork displayed in a museum or do you just want to sell enough of your art to make a good ...
[Added: 28 Apr 2006   Hits: 316   Words: 697]

94.Making Video Look Like Film - A Digital Filmmaker's Guide by Marc Vadeboncoeur
You have your script. You have your camera and computer editing software. You have actors, a crew, and some locations. Now you begin to shoot your "digital" film. Although the "filmmaking process" described in here uses the "film" word, what we're really talking about ...
[Added: 26 Apr 2006   Hits: 437   Words: 2049]

95.PROFITING FROM PLEASURE - ART COLLECTING TIPS(Six-Part Series)Part 6: Leaving a Legacy by Carol Chua
PART 6 – LEAVING A LEGACY OF ART Copyright © 2006 Carol Chua Art, collectibles and gifts What a waste when wonderful collections of art are decimated upon the collector's demise! This happens all too often because of the lack of records and ...
[Added: 21 Apr 2006   Hits: 313   Words: 715]

96.Paper Quilling 101 – Essential Basics to Getting Started by Jennifer Walter
Paper quilling is a form of art or craft born out of creating decorative designs using thin strips of curled paper. This age-old quilling craft has emerged since the Renaissance time, and dated back to about 3 centuries old. It was during the time when all the nuns used ...
[Added: 12 Apr 2006   Hits: 466   Words: 580]

97.Buying art on the Internet by Groshan Fabiola
Nowadays you don't even have to leave your house if you want to see or buy artwork, because the best way of finding original and innovative art, and also classical art of course, is to perform a search on the Internet. the Internet ...
[Added: 08 Apr 2006   Hits: 251   Words: 435]

98.The Road To Guantanamo by Richard Green
The Road to Guantanamo is based on the true story of the Tipton Three, a group of friends who travelled from Tipton in September 2001 in order to take part in a wedding in Pakistan. The film presents an epic two and a half year journey of misunderstandings, ...
[Added: 06 Apr 2006   Hits: 255   Words: 447]

99.The Kings of Silent Comedy by Richard Green
The silent era which ran from 1904-1928 remains an enigma for many film viewers, an experimental period before the main event - the "talkies". Despite this, of all the great film stars who have graced the silver ...
[Added: 06 Apr 2006   Hits: 317   Words: 666]

100.Internet Artist outsells labels best by elan
Seattle bad boy Phil Fischer's first album "Wounded Soul" featuring Scott Rockenfeld of Queensryche and Ben Smith heart is still in demand despite legal troubles and is continuing to rip up the sales in South America where it was released in March of 2004. To ...
[Added: 03 Apr 2006   Hits: 316   Words: 623]

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