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Titulo............................. Mevagissey

Artista............................ John Surman

Genero......................... Jazz

Álbum........................... Road to saint ives ( 1990 )

This is one of the art pieces on the seaside in Ostend. Looking nicer at Sunset.


the sim and the art on it is a result of a collaboration of artists: Cherry Manga, Elfe Imako, Anley Piers


texture: Joes Sistah

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Dansende duivels bovenop het Metselaarshuis aan de Korenmarkt.

Dancing devils on top of the Metselaarshuis (Guilthouse of the bricklayers) near the Korenmarkt.

Gent, 18-5-2012

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The second Image i've created for the Art in Hats Exhibition with a Hat of Kerryth Tarantal!


Found this intriguing street-art in my home town Nijmegen (NL). The visual artist Freek van Ginkel put his address on the wall too, but no title.

Happy Wall Wednesday ;-))


The purpose of art is washing the dust of daily life off our souls.

(Pablo Picasso)


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Artist : Kohei Nawa

1975 Osaka ,Japan

(PixCELL-Elk#2 2009)

Sculptor Kohei Nawa is concerned with forms and surface and how they interact to become objects. His works often exploit the tactile nature of surfaces as in his "PixCELL" series (2002-), in which he covers the surface objects with glass beads suggestive of a molecular structure of the pixels of a computer screen.

PixCELL-Elk#2 2009; deer (real) with it's skin glass beads magnifying objects in some areas and distorting it in others.


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Vu sur un mur a Florence. Ajout d'une texture.(Brenda C.)

Bonne Saint Valentin a vous tous.


Happy Valentine's Day to all.

With my thanks for using a texture from

Brenda C.


Museum of Contemporary Art , Sydney Australia.

I'm afloat..


Art Installation by JadeYu Fhang.. go see it, this is just a small part of it


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Clouds passing over the Milwaukee Art Museum, designed by the famous Spanish architect Santiago Calatrava.


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Spin art created by my daughter

Spin art is a form art form that primarily uses paint, a canvas and a spinning platform. It is primarily used to entertain and expose children to the process of art creation, although it can be enjoyed by people of all ages.


To create spin art, an artist initially decorates or drips paint onto a canvas. The canvas can be anything; however, the most common form of canvas is a small rectangular piece of cardboard. Before the paint on the canvas dries, the artist secures the canvas to a platform that can be rotated at high speed. Once the canvas is secure, the artist can then begin spinning the canvas. Most spinning platforms are electrical or battery operated, with more elaborate platforms enabling the artist to vary the rotational speed.


As the canvas rotates, centrifugal forces draw the wet paint outwards, creating intricate designs. The artist can drip more paint onto the canvas while it is spinning, thus layering paints on top of each other, creating different effects. Using different colors, a skilled spin artist can blend colors together into subtle designs. At any point during this process, the artist can stop the spinning platform to view the canvas. Since the canvas is usually rotating at a high rate, it is difficult if not impossible to view the image on the canvas until the platform has stopped spinning, thus creating a sense of surprise and uncertainty during the creation process.


source: wikipedia


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