Hottest Tips to Buy Barbell Body Piercings

Are you looking for fun, unique ways to decorate your body? Sparkling, stylish barbell piercings might just be your ultimate means of self-expression. Read on to know more. History of Barbell Ever wondered how barbell piercings got their name? These type of piercings resemble weightlifting barbells, hence the name but the shape also has a …

Framing a Painting – The Best Way to Frame a Watercolor

Framing a watercolor painting is quite different from framing an oil or acrylic piece. For watercolors, there is the matting to consider, the type of glass to use, and the actual frame. An important thing to remember is that the matting and backing should be made of acid free materials. A reputable framer will recommend …

Convergence Jackson Pollock Painting

Jackson Pollock played a key role in the history of modern American art. He was especially influential in the abstract expressionist movement. Pollock used a style known as “drip” painting, and his creations came in both black and white and others with color right across each and every Pollock print. Pollock’s earlier paintings were predominantly …

How to Achieve a Smooth Cabinet Painted Finish

When trying to a beautiful finished cabinet painting project, there’s some things that the do it yourself homeowner needs to take into consideration and properly sanding your cabinets and doors is a must to get right in the beginning. Cabinet painting is a very detailed system. Homeowners that want to take on these types of …

Van Gogh’s Sunflowers: History and Analysis of the First Sunflower Series (August, 1888)

Painted in roughly one week at the end of August 1888, the original series of Van Gogh’s Sunflowers were intended as inspirational and decorative pieces for his “yellow house” in Arles, France. In preparation for painter Paul Gauguin’s arrival later in the year, Van Gogh wanted his house and his paintings to reflect the extra-luminous, …

It’s A Galaxy Eat Galaxy Universe

It’s a galaxy eat galaxy Universe, where small galaxies collide and merge to create the large magnificent galaxies that we see today. It is well-known that our barred-spiral Milky Way Galaxy attained its majestic size this way, devouring smaller galaxies floating around in its own general neighborhood, thus growing ever larger and larger. The relics …

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