About cellophane bags. Creative design
Probably the most interesting inventions occur as they say by themselves. The well-known cellophane was obtained by accident in 1911, when a Swiss chemist wanted to invent a universal coating…

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Alan Fearnley — artist who paints cars
Alan Fearnley (Alan Fearnley) is an artist who specializes in the technique of movement, more precisely on cars. On its canvases you can see luxury vintage cars, as well as…

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Copper in the arts
The history of copper goes back thousands of years,it is one of those metals that people have mastered in ancient times. In nature, copper is found in its native form.…

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George Grie — neosurrealist artist

George Grier was born on may 14, 1962 in the USSR, real name Yuri Gribovsky.

Georg Grie is a neo-surrealist artist.George is a Prime example of the fact that digital art is not just about creating landscapes for computer games. His paintings are filled with philosophical thought, they combine artistic skill is not made with a brush and paint but with the help of computer programs such as 3ds Max, Adobe Photoshop and other photo editors.

George Grier’s artistic style was influenced by such famous Surrealists as Rene Magritte and Salvador Dali, realist fiction writers Zdislav Beksinski and Wojciech Siudmak, and surreal photographer Jerry Uelsmann. Continue reading

Sand paintings. How to draw a sand picture

Sand paintings are colored sand in a bottle or other glass container, of various shapes and sizes. The creation of such paintings was widespread in the Arab countries, from there this “sand art” came to us.

Those who have been to Arab resorts are more likely to meet street artists who, literally in front of You has been creating paintings of sand. These are mostly simple forms of sand dunes with camels and pyramids, palm trees, mountains, seashore, and many other bizarre patterns and shapes. Continue reading

An essay based on a painting by Leonardo da Vinci. Madonna Lita

I remember when I first saw her. It was in art history class, we were studying the Renaissance, and we finally got to its highest peak. The teacher took out the reproductions, showed them to us, and told us a story separately for each one. I remember that many people were bored, despite such a fascinating topic of the lesson: “Leonardo da Vinci. The life and work of a genius.”

No, I’m not going to tell you about his most famous painting. I was much more impressed, inspired, and awakened by the Madonna Litta. And it’s not just that I’m an artist who must be inspired by great works. No, it’s about how deep I saw in the picture and how I felt… Continue reading

Graffiti on the wall in the room ?
Graffiti comes from the Italian word "graffito" which translates as scrawled. Probably the very first graffiti, you can consider scratched drawings in caves. Of course, there is a huge difference…

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In the blue swirl of the dance. Essay on the painting by Edgar Degas
Edgar Degas "Blue dancers", 1897. Another great impressionist artist Edgar Degas has chosen as its main theme of creativity, the image of the dancers. His paintings abound with images of…

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Sculpture by Philippe Faraut
Philippe Faraut is a contemporary sculptor and artist, as well as a furniture designer, French teacher, and wood Carver. Was born in 1963. Philippe received a degree in wood carving…

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Wooden boards from the artist Ivan hoo (Ivan Hoo)
Ivan hoo is a hyperrealist artist. Initially, Ivan Hu specialized in the portrait genre. Although some people criticize hyperrealism, allegedly for its "simplicity" in terms of transmitting a certain meaning,…

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