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14th March 2011

Artists And Photorealism

A plane ride and an art piece. 1970 was when photorealism came to light and it is being brought back by the Kansas University Art Museum. Knowing the difference between pigment and celluloid will help you here. This is a style of painting that calls f...

17th January 2011

Sustainability During the Christmas Season

‘Tis the season to be jolly! Unfortunately, ‘tis also the season of huge piles of waste. Whenever the holiday season arrives, an additional 1 million tons of household waste is generated from Thanksgiving until New Year’s Day. That’s 25% more than the usu...

21st December 2010

Why Paint Photographs

Art way up above. Photorealism, one of the dominant art movements of the 1970s, has been introduced and presented at the Kansas University Art Museum. Be sure to tell what is pigment apart from what in the piece is celluloid. More information on the topic...

21st December 2010

Photo Painting

Flying masterpieces. One of the primary art movements in the 70s, photorealism can be experienced in the Kansas University Art Museum. Here is where you need to be able to distinguish pigment from celluloid. In the world of photorealism, it is importa...

07th December 2010

Christmas Coloring Pages: A Page Is Worth A Thousand Memories

Remember when you were little and your parents told you that you better be a good boy or girl before you won't get anything for the holidays? Well, in this case, that would be a good thing. As the holidays approaches us, finding the right activities to pl...

10th September 2009

The Role of Various Baby Toys in Entertainment and Education

Toys are amazing tools that aid to the development of a child's senses. Some of the most popular children's toys of today are a mere come back of old toys with in better forms and materials. With more and more parents understanding the role of toys in chi...

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