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Women, Art and the City

Place Ville Marie Fountain. In the 1960’s that plaza was packed with secretaries at noon hour. When I was 12 I came here with a school friend to hear Trudeau speak and my friend said, “That’s all that’s important about a woman.” I thought that was profound, as she already had  full-figure and I was a bean pole. 601 more words

Beaver Hall Group

Who’s Who in Spiritville?

Now that we have the mechanics of breathing exercises out of the way, let’s talk about spirit.  When you think of souls or spirits, do you conjure up a pictorial image to help you internalize the concept?  1,113 more words

No one knows what it's like to be the bad man, to be the sad man behind blue eyes

I would not paint — a picture —

I’d rather be the One

It’s bright impossibility

To dwell — delicious — on —

And wonder how the fingers feel…

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Tiziano Vecelli ( Titian ), A Renaissance Artist

Tiziano Vecelli or Tiziano Vecellio (c. 1488/1490 – 27 August 1576)  known as Titian, He  was an Italian painter, the most important member of the 16th-century Venetian school and one of Italy’s most important High Renaissance artists and next on our art series. 753 more words

Interesting Fact

Starry Night's Critique Moments

I love Vincent Van Gogh’s painting. It have influenced on many aspects of arts in the 20th century and modern society. The “Starry Night” was completed 13 months before his death, in Saint-Remy when he was seeking treatment for his mental illness. 233 more words