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(Book Review) eternal question: what is the role of an artist for the society?

Since 2012, I have seen this comic book sitting on the shelf at Kedai Kebun Forum Yogyakarta. I never picked up and read the book until just now. 461 more words



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Every Day Sketching

I am getting used to sketching everyday…it seems like all the sudden its become a habit! A habit that I look forward to and one that feels a lot like meditation. 126 more words


Meet Mozart in Al Ain on Thursday, 26th March!

Come along with your little ones and meet Mozart in Al Ain!

Australian pianist Simon Tedeschi becomes the musical wunderkind Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, and introduces children to the full range of his work; from ‘ 85 more words

DIY Series: T-shirt Scarves

Can you believe how quickly this fall took a turn for the cold? I’ve already seen people out in their parkas and puffy winter coats! And while I desperately cling to the last warm rays of summer, I also know it is time to suit up against the cold and get my fall essentials ready. 555 more words


I was a Chinese painter 2

barb mann, wiser behind the ears reblogged this on Ellephants Need Elephants and People Need Art and commented:

[caption id="attachment_1079" align="aligncenter" width="764"]One of 2 of the last remaining Chinese paintings. I made. acrylic 3 x 4 "ft. 400$ One of 2 of the last remaining Chinese paintings. I made. acrylic 3 x 4 "ft. 400$[/caption]I went to China a long time ago and when I came home I painted Chinese style paintings. I painted in this style for a year. This is one of two paintings remaining.  It's for sale , 4 x 5" acrylic. the colors are more intense since the pixels reduced themselves to 30. Contact me if you want to ask about it. $400. It is the place where gold flows from the faucet. This painting below reminded me of that. The man below is a singer, Japanese. I saw him perform at Musideum in Toronto. He sang, jumped up and down, writhed, writhed, and loved. I suppose he was tired because after 15 minutes he stood up and said he was finished and left. This watercolor is $150 and autographed by me and the musicians.