A Bare Black Hole Screeches Like A Banshee Through Space


Hiding in the secretive hearts of perhaps every large galaxy in the Universe, they lurk with sinister intent, waiting for their unfortunate dinner to come to them. These strange and mystifying gravitational beasts are supermassive black holes, and they can weigh millions to billions of times more than our Sun, as they dine with a terrible, and sometimes seemingly insatiable, hunger on any doomed object that innocently passes too close to their powerful gravitational embrace. Supermassive black holes are thought to grow in mass through galactic mergers, whereby the black holes inhabiting the wreckage of a duo of colliding galaxies, also merge together themselves–therefore increasing in mass. In November 2016, astronomers using the sensitive and extremely sharp radio vision of the National Science Foundation’s Very Long Baseline Array (VLBA), announced that they have discovered the shredded remnants of an unlucky small galaxy that catastrophically passed through a larger galaxy. Alas, this galactic wreck left in its wake the smaller galaxy’s nearly naked supermassive black hole–screeching like a banshee as it emerged unclothed from the mess, flying away at over 2,000 miles per second!

The duo of colliding galaxies are members of a galactic cluster situated more than 2 billion light-years from our planet. The close encounter of the catastrophic kind, that occurred millions of years ago, tore away most of the doomed smaller galaxy’s lovely veil of sparkling stars and clouds of gas. The only thing remaining was the uncovered supermassive beast and a relatively small galactic relic a mere 3,000 light-years across. By comparison, our large barred-spiral Milky Way Galaxy is about 100,000 light-years across.

The discovery of this galactic tragedy was made as part of a program to spot supermassive black holes where they lurk hungrily in the secretive hearts of their host galaxies. Many astronomers propose that large galaxies grow in size by eating their smaller neighbors. In such hideous cases, the supermassive black holes of both galaxies are predicted to orbit each other in a macabre celestial dance, and then ultimately merge together.

“We were looking for orbiting pairs of supermassive black holes, with one offset from the center of a galaxy, as telltale evidence of a previous galaxy merger. Instead, we found this black hole fleeing from the larger galaxy and leaving a trail of debris behind it,” noted Dr. James Condon in a November 2, 2016 National Radio Astronomy Observatory (NRAO) Press Release. Dr. Condon is of the NRAO.

“We’ve not seen anything like this before,” Dr. Condon added.

Galaxies That Go Bump In The Night

Astronomers have known for years that perhaps every large galaxy in the Universe has a supermassive beast dwelling in its heart. Anything that is unlucky enough to wander too close to the clutches of these gravitational monsters is doomed, doomed, doomed, and can never escape from its sad fate as the black hole’s buffet. Not even light can escape from the clutches of its voracious and greedy gravitational captor.

Our own large starlit spiral Milky Way Galaxy has not merged with another large galaxy for a very long time. However, these collisions did occur in our Galaxy’s past, leaving behind their tattle-tale “fossil” remnants to tell the tale of past catastrophic encounters. Furthermore, in about 4 to 5 billion years our Milky Way is destined to experience a catastrophic collision and merger with another large galaxy–the somewhat larger neighboring spiral, the Andromeda galaxy (M31).

Whirling like two enormous star-blazing, beautiful pin-wheels in space, our own Galaxy and Andromeda are the two largest galactic inhabitants of the Local Group of galaxies. The Local Group hosts 54 galaxies in all, most of which are small dwarf galaxies, and its center is situated approximately between our Milky Way and Andromeda.

The Local Group, in turn, resides near the outer regions of the Virgo Cluster, whose glaring big heart is about 50 million light years from our planet. The many groups of galaxies and clusters of galaxies are all smaller components of enormous web-like filaments and thin, broad expanses, often referred to as the Great Wall. The Great Wall is a sheet-like collection of galactic constituents that is located about 200 million light years from Earth. A kindred structure, referred to as the Great Attractor, is pulling mercilessly with its powerful gravity, on the entire Virgo Cluster. Our Milky Way, Andromeda, and all of the smaller galaxies of the Local Group are carried away with the rest at a dizzying velocity of several hundred kilometers per second.

A sea-change will occur in both spirals when our Milky Way and Andromeda collide. The two large spirals will undergo a metamorphosis, merging into a single new galaxy that exhibits an elliptical shape, as opposed to a spiral shape. The enormous new galaxy has been playfully dubbed the Milkomeda Galaxy by some astronomers.

Currently, our Milky Way and Andromeda are rushing towards one another at the stupendous rate of 250,000 miles per hour. When the two galactic pin-wheels smash into each other the wreck is likely to be messy. Right now, Andromeda is flying straight in our direction, and when it finally crashes into our Milky Way, it will eat it. This is because Andromeda is the larger of the doomed duo.

The supermassive black hole dwelling in the heart of the great Milkomeda Galaxy, will be the extremely massive merged black holes of the current Milky Way and Andromeda galaxies–after having combined into one.

Supermassive black holes can grow to be at least as enormous as our entire Solar System. These mysterious, magnificent entities are well-known for their great mass and greed.

A Bare Black Hole Screeches Like A Banshee Through Space!

The astronomers who found the small shredded galaxy’s bare black hole began their chase using the VLBA to make very high-resolution images of over 1,200 galaxies that had already been found by large-scale sky surveys using radio and infrared telescopes. The VLBA observations revealed that the supermassive black holes haunting the hearts of almost all of these galaxies were located at the center of their galactic hosts.

However, one object stood out in the crowd. The strange object was located in a cluster of galaxies dubbed ZwCI 8193, and it did not fit into the pattern. Additional studies revealed that this mysterious object, named B3 1715+425, was a supermassive black hole surrounded by a galaxy much dimmer and smaller than would be expected. Furthermore, this strange object was rushing away from the center of a much larger galaxy–leaving a trail of ionized gas behind.

The astronomers came to the conclusion that B3 1715+425 is all that remains of a doomed galaxy that had catastrophically passed through the larger galaxy, and as a result had most of its gas and stars ripped away. The lingering relic of this galactic smash-up? The “nearly naked” supermassive black hole!

This speeding relic of a cosmic disaster will likely lose more mass and stop forming sparkling new baby stars, according to the team of astronomers.

“In a billion years or so, it probably will be invisible,” Dr. Condon noted in the November 2, 2016 NRAO Press Release. This indicates, he added, that there could be many more similar objects left in the wake of earlier galactic collisions that astronomers are unable to detect.

The astronomers are going to keep on exploring the Universe, on the hunt for such objects, in their long-term study using the VLBA. Because their project does not depend on time, Dr. Condon continued to explain, they use “filler time” when the telescope is not being used for more time-critical observations that are being conducted by other astronomers.

“The data we get from the VLBA is very high quality. We get the positions of the supermassive black holes to extremely good precision. Our limiting factor is the precision of the galaxy positions seen at other wavelengths that we use for comparison,” Dr. Condon said in the November 2, 2016 NRAO Press Release. With new optical telescopes scheduled to come on line in future years, such as the Large Synoptic Survey Telescope (LSST), he added, they will then have improved images that can be compared with the VLBA images. The astronomers hope that this will enable them to discover more objects like B3 1714+425.

“And also maybe some of the binary supermassive black holes we originally sought,” he continued.

Dr. Condon worked with Dr. Jeremy Darling of the University of Colorado; Dr. Yuri Kovalev of the Astro Space Center of the Lebedev Physical Institute in Moscow, Russia; and Dr. Leonid Petrov of the Astrogeo Center in Falls Church, Virginia. The scientists are reporting their findings in the Astrophysical Journal.

The VLBA is part of the Long Baseline Observatory. It uses ten, 25-meter-diameter dish antennas distributed from Hawaii to St. Croix in the Caribbean. It is operated from the NRAO’s Domenici Science Operations Center in Socorro, New Mexico. All ten antennas work together as a single telescope with great resolving power.

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Mixed Media Painting Tips


I have been painting, as a hobby and commercially, for approximately 10 years now. I first started with acrylics but have more recently dabbled in watercolors. I have always loved texture in my art work but could never afford to buy oil paints. I consider myself quite a resourceful person and this has led me to think out of the box. I will hopefully enlighten you as to some of my more creative ideas which you may want to incorporate into your own pieces.

Before I start I apply Gesso primer to my canvases. This assists with ensuring any medium added to the canvas adheres well.

Tip One

I have found a product called “Decorator’s Caulk” which works as a great way of adding texture to your canvas. I buy trade tubes which can be fitted to a “Sealant Gun” and this is the tool I use to apply the caulk to the canvas. From there you have to let your imagination take over. I use a large pallet knife as well as various other tools to manipulate the caulk across the canvas.

The caulk can be found in all trade shops and is not a specific art product. It is normally used to fill gaps and cracks in walls. It can take up to one one hour to dry but this will depend on how thickly you applied it to the canvas. I just touch it lightly and you can tell when it has hardened. You are then ready to paint over it. You will find acrylic paint sticks to it with no fuss. The result is awesome and you have the perceived texture of an oil painting but at very little cost.

Tip Two

Crepe paper is a cheap and interesting way to add texture. I usually make a solution of PVA glue with some water to assist with sticking the paper to the canvas. Again your own imagination has to come to play here and depending on the look you want as to how layered and textured you want your piece to be.

Tip Three

Plaster of paris infused crepe bandages. These are a tad messy to work with but the results can look fantastic. I find that rather than trying to achieve a perfectly smooth finish it can look great if you leave it rough and if not all of the bandage is covered with the plaster of paris it adds a mottled porous look which is spectacularly organic in its texture.

Tip Four

Rope of all size and thickness can add a really great three dimensional quality to your piece. I use decorator’s caulk to stick it to the canvas as not only does this act as a great adhesive you can also paint over it quite easily.

Tip Five

Cutting into the canvas. I know this sounds like a cardinal sin but the results can be quite spectacular. I have created many industrial looking pieces by combining rope, netting, plaster of paris and by cutting into the canvas and bending it back upon itself you can achieve a very raw look.

These are just a few ideas which will hopefully fire up your imagination and assist you with trying out different materials. I am sure your artwork will take on a whole new look and feel with the added bonus of very little cost.

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Modern haiku poems


Haiku poems have a long Japanese tradition. It can be dated to centuries ago, so what makes haiku poems so relevant to the post modern area? How come haiku poems are still relevant to our time?

The most common topic of the haiku poems is nature. As a human kind we are a big part of nature and it will always be like that. Therefore nature poems will always be actual for us and people will always have fun and big joy to read short poems regarding the beautiful landscapes that surrounds them.

However if the haiku poems will not adapt to the area we live in right now they might be vanished from our awareness and be only a part of the history – written long ago. But the end of haiku poems is yet to come, mainly because the format of those poems. It seems that the set of rules that make a poem a haiku can be adapt to other topics. So while we take the haiku poems from their original contests but keep the format the same we basically transform them to other kind of haiku poems.

Take for example computer haiku poems. It is widely known that we are living in an area which is mainly characterized by the presence of computers. It is only natural that we will have haiku poems on that topic as a part of our popular culture. Some might claim that this attitude is ruining the Japanese poems or that it is not a haiku poem at all. But others say, and I tend to agree that it is actually preserving the poetry tradition. In this way people who were not familiar with this kind of poetry, not only get to known it but also adapt it as a part of their life.

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Contemporary Art Therapy with Adolescents offers practical and imaginative solutions to the multifaceted challenges that clinicians face when treating young people. The author fuses the contemporary theories of clinical treatment with the creative processes of art therapy to arrive at a synthesis which yields successful outcomes when working with adolescents. Clinicians of allied disciplines, particularly art therapists, will find practical suggestions for using imagery to enrich their relationships with teenaged clients. The process of using art-making therapeutically, and the challenges of applying creativity in the current mental health world, are explored.

Shirley Riley reviews current theories on adolescent development and therapy, and emphasizes the primary importance of relying on the youths’ own narrative in the context of their social and economic backgrounds. She has found this approach preferential to following pre-designed assessment directives as a primary function of art therapy. Family, group and individual treatment are examined, as is the adolescent’s response to short- and long-term treatment in residential and therapeutic school settings. The book is firmly rooted in Riley’s clinical experience of working with this age group, and her proven ability to combine contemporary theories of adolescent treatment with inventive and effective art expressions.



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Reasons To Invest in Judaica Art Today


There’s a lot of different pieces of art that you can purchase. You can go for modern offerings, or things from the past, spending thousands of dollars in the process. There’s nothing wrong with these options, but what if you want to go with something a bit religious? Perhaps you want something that represents the culture and faith that you hold to on a regular basis. That’s where Judaica art options can come into play. Right now there are some amazing artists working on pieces that celebrate the glory and riches of the Jewish tradition, and you can behold them. There’s a few reasons why you may want to invest in pieces from modern offerings of this type, and it may surprise you a bit.

Celebrating Faith

The first reason why you will want to look into art of this type is simple, to celebrate the Jewish faith. The Jewish faith dates back centuries, and it is the foundation for a great deal of religious studies and churches today. Whether you stick to the conservative, traditional study, or you are moving forward to Christendom, you’ll find that Judaica can be celebrated by anyone that honors the faith, culture, and beauty that comes from the past. Celebrating with a fine piece of art is a great way to showcase your love for all things Judaica.

Giving From The Heart

There are celebrations throughout the year that are distinctly Jewish. During these times of prayer, reflection, and giving, you may be tempted to find a unique gift. If that’s the case, why not look into Judaica art and see what can celebrate the feast, the event, and relationship that individuals have with the Jewish tradition. You’ll find that by going this route, you’ll be combining several elements together, and bringing about great joy wherever you may go.

At the end of the day, there’s a lot of different reasons why you may want to invest in art of all types. But narrowing down your selection to celebrate Judaica can be tough at times. Take your time and explore what modern offerings can bring to you in this regards, and you’ll see that there’s an immense beauty found in the world of Jewish art today. There’s a lot to explore, and you could easily find a great gift for yourself, or for someone else. There’s an incredible beauty found in what is available today, that’s for sure.

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The Making of a Patachitra Painting


We have all seen contemporary artists in action. We have seen them splash paint on giant canvases. But there is another way to make great art. And that is through the rigor of practice and the perfect control over one’s fingers. In the world of traditional artists – practice marks out the best from the rest. Through eyes that can barely see, and through the strength of their frail fingers – the older generation of indigenous artists, create art that simply tantalizes the perfectionists.

Patachitra art has been around for a long time. However the alienation of indigenous art forms has made it difficult for the enthusiast to find out the techniques and methods which produce a great Patachitra. Conversely some of the traditional techniques require upgrading to the latest available materials and tools. With the intention to understand how authentic Patachitra is made, I traveled to Raghurajpur in Orissa to get a first hand view of some of the best Patachitra artists.

So how is good Patachitra made? There a number of steps in the traditional style. The first is of course the preparation of the materials required for the painting. Tamarind seeds are soaked in water in an earthen pot and then boiled to get a gummy solution. Rice powder may be added to give a stiffer feel to the canvas. This process knows as ‘Niryas Kalpa’ takes a few days.

After this, two course cotton cloth pieces of the same dimensions are selected and pasted together using this solution. This forms the ‘Pata’ or the base canvas for the painting. Chalk, clay or stone powder is then mixed with the tamarind solution and applied on both sides of the canvas to give it a semi-absorbent surface coat. After canvas has dried it is burnished first with coarse grain, and then with polished stones to give it a smooth surface. The process of polishing involves many hours of careful work. The result is a canvas with high tensile strength and an excellent surface coat for the intricate lines that are to be made on it.

‘Chitrakarita’ or the process of painting begins once the canvas has been polished. The first step called ‘pahili ranga bhara’, involves painting a red background and the borders and outlines of the composition. The central solid colors are then painted in. The main colors used are red, brick red, yellow, white and lamp black. Many different types of brushes are used to make the different details on the painting. For fine lines, brushes made of the hair of a rat or mongoose is used. For thicker lines buffalo hair is the traditional choice. Kiya plants have been used to make the bolder lines, in the past. However in the last few years some of the artists have started using standard painting brushes made of synthetic materials.

The painting is finished with a coat of lacquer, applied using a soft cloth. After the lacquer has dried completely, the edges are clipped down to the decorative border. The lacquer layer is called ‘jausala’, and is glazed in the final step. In earlier times the lacquer layer was made by sprinkling resin powder on the painting and then holding it down with a hot bag of sand. Synthetic varnish has been used as a substitute in recent times with mixed results. A fallout of the varnish is the brown tinge to the painting.

In the past the themes of the Patachitra paintings belonged to a few major categories

  • Pictures of the god Jagannath
  • Hindu epics and episodes especially “Krishna Leela”
  • Stories from Folklore
  • Worship of various gods and goddesses
  • Animal and bird themes
  • Erotic themes

In recent times modern themes have started appearing on these paintings, even including themes from other religions. However the newer themes are mostly secular and center around modern day events and stories. The depictions however are not uniform and the structure of the paintings can vary from circular paintings to long rectangular panels.

The Patachitra artist also paints on a variety of mediums other than the ‘Pata’. ‘Talapatachitra’ is a variation of the style done on dried palm leaves stitched together to make a canvas. The design in this technique are primarily made with a needle head and etched on to the surface of the dried leaves. This is an extremely difficult and time-consuming process requiring many hours concentration at a time. The older artists develop eye problems mainly due to the extremely detailed designs they make using this technique.

Other mediums that have been used are wooden boxes, tassar silk apparel, coconut shells, wooden doors and panels and even traditional playing cards called ‘Ganjifa’. Compendiums of mythological stories called ‘Chitra-pothies’ are made from many palm leaf paintings stacked together between decorated wooden covers and held by strings or silk threads. These form interesting and memorable gifts, especially desired by the discerning tourists visiting the state of Orissa.

In a following article we are going to examine what differentiates a good painting from an average one. Also on the cards is a an indepth look at the life of a Patachitra artists and the hardships which have made most of them abandon this most delectable art form.

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Collage Techniques: A Guide for Artists and Illustrators

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One of many exhilarating artistic developments that took place during the early twentieth century, the fine art medium of collage emerged from the cubist gluing and pasting explorations of Georges Braque and Pablo Picasso. As a result of its experimental genesis, collage has continued to serve not only as a primary form of expression for many prominent artists, but as a principal means of evaluating and developing new creative strategies.

Conceived and written by renowned artist, author, and teacher Gerald Brommer, Collage Techniques first presents the medium within the context of a wide variety of materials, including washi (oriental and rice papers) and watermedia; stained, prepared, and found papers; photographs; and fabrics and fibers. Each category of material is examined through a step-by-step demonstration and works by artists who approach collage in original and refreshing ways. The latest trends in technologically enhanced collage, including such high-tech applications as multiple photocopying and digital scanning, are also discussed. The author then explores how the elements and principles of design are used in collage, and how they in turn are employed in all the major genre, including still life, landscape, the human figure, abstraction, and nonobjective imagery.

Beautifully illustrated with the work of more than eighty noted artists, including Edward Betts, Jae Carmichael, Margo Hoff, Katherine Chang Liu, and Fred Otnes, Collage Techniques is an essential reference for all artists and illustrators, regardless of their creative focus or choice of medium.Watson-Guptill Publications



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