6 Facts About Oil Paint

1. The earliest known paintings that were done in oils date back to the 7th century BC. These paintings were Buddhist murals that were discovered in caves in Western Afghanistan. Oil paint didn’t become widespread for use in art works until the 15th century, when it became popular throughout Europe. Jan van Eyck, a 15th […]

Why Are Fossil Watches Are So Popular?

Fossil Watches are classic, yet contemporary, simple and warm – this is the modern vintage – This modern vintage is the exclusive style perspective that defines the Fossil brand and its many products. It successfully translates the mid-century modern art and architecture design impression into forms and fashions that are distinctively relevant for today’s shopper. […]

The 8 Most Basic Flower Arrangements

When you see flower arrangements on tables in restaurants, at special events and even in offices and homes that you visit, you may think that they are just arranged that way because the florist thought it would look nice that way. You might not know this but there are actually certain patterns that florists follow […]

Careers to Consider for Art Lovers

If you’re lucky, you have job that you love. But if you’re like most people, your job is looked at more with scorn that with adoration. You might have a good job, make a great salary, but for some people being stuck inside a boring office all day is just too much to handle. Does […]

The Advantages of Face Painting Cheek Art

The art of face painting began thousands of years ago when it was used by some cultures for hunting and for battle. Other tribes used it for religious ceremonies and important ethnic occasions. Today, it is done more for fun and pleasure. A painting booth can be commonly found in carnivals, fairs and charity events […]

The Aura and the Aurora

The Auras of Galaxies Science observes that galaxies are surrounded by massive halos of dark matter. Curiously a similar observation was made by a Hindu mystic, half a century ago. He too saw halos around galaxies – but they were anything but dark or invisible. He says: “The divine dispersion of rays poured from an […]

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