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STREET PAINTING
LITHOGRAPHY
MOSAICS
MEDIEVAL ART
ICONOGRAPHY
GOTHIC ART
CALLIGRAPHY
BODY ART
GICLEE
GENRE
ARTBOOK
PERFORMANCE ART
LANDSCAPE ART
BONSAI
ALEATORY
ANIMAL STYLE
ANIMATED CARTOON
ARABESQUE
ARTIST
ARTISTAMP
ARTISTAMPS
ART CAR
ART MEDIA
BAD ART
BALLOON ANIMAL
BOOK
BYZANTINE ART
CARTOON
CHALK
CHARACTERS
CHRISTIAN ART
CHURCH
COLLAGE NOVEL
COMMERCIAL ART
COMPOSITION
CONCEPTUAL ART
CONSTANTINOPLE
DANSE MACABRE
DEATH MASK
DEATH MASKS
DECORATIVE ART
DIGITAL ART
DISNEY COMICS
DONALD DUCK
DRAWINGS
DREAM ART
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Street Painting

  1. Street painting is a very common and popular art form in Europe.
  2. Street Painting is a way to share your art with many people and bring enjoyment to all.
  3. Street Painting is a continuing lesson and labor of love.
  4. Street painting is a European tradition dating back to as early as the 16th century.
  5. Street painting is a great alternative to chalking (which is not allowed per University and Campus Life policy).
  6. Street painting is a great way to unleash creativity in children and adults, allowing freedom of expression on a grand scale.
  7. Street painting is a mural made with temporary materials on a permanent surface.
  8. Street painting is a performance art," Bakke said.
  9. Street painting is a radically different art form than traditional painting on an easel.
  10. Street painting is a temporary art medium in which artists use pastel chalk to create exciting and original works of art on asphalt.

Lithography

  1. Lithography - a method of printing invented in the late 18th century, a drawing is made on a flat plate with a grease-based crayon and then washed off.
  2. Lithography is a grease (ink)and water (wet stone or plate) resist printing technique. (Web site)

Mosaics

  1. Mosaics were used across the world for artistical needs.
  2. Mosaics were more central to Byzantine culture than to that of Western Europe.
  3. The mosaics are set against the original golden background of the 6th century.
  4. The mosaics were covered and protected by a landslide in the 12th century for 700 years.
  5. The mosaics were executed in the 1220s.

Medieval Art

  1. Medieval Art is the art, including architecture, produced in Europe during the Middle Ages, i.e. (Web site)
  2. Medieval art was of many crafts, such as mosaics and sculpture; and there were many unique genres of art, such as Crusade art or animal style.
  3. Medieval art was of many crafts, such as mosaic s and sculpture; and there were many unique genres of art, such as Crusade art or animal style. (Web site)

Iconography

  1. An iconography is a particular range or system of types of image used by an artist or artists to convey particular meanings.
  2. ICONOGRAPHY - The study of the symbolic meaning of objects, people, and events represented in works of art.
  3. Iconography is a cancer in the architecture world.
  4. Iconography is a free code-breaking game which runs on almost any Java-enabled phone.
  5. Iconography is a fundamental liturgical art originating in the earliest days of the Christian Church.

Gothic Art

  1. Gothic Art is the style of art produced in Europe from the Middle Ages up to the beginning of the Renaissance. (Web site)
  2. Gothic art is a fragmentary term depending on the craft, place and time.
  3. Gothic art is a variable term depending on the craft, place and time.
  4. Gothic art was a Medieval art movement that lasted about 200 years.

Calligraphy

  1. Calligraphy was thought to be the highest and purest form of painting.
  2. Calligraphy - the art of handwriting where the writing has been done in an ornamental way.
  3. Calligraphy are Adobe Photoshop of water color real community.
  4. Calligraphy is one of the most highly prized forms of art in the Muslim world with its being used to decorate architecture, furniture and clothing.
  5. Calligraphy is the most important and pervasive element in Islamic art. (Web site)

Body Art

  1. Body art is a phrase that encompasses everything from an ear piercing, to a full back tattoo, and everything in between.
  2. Body Art is a dynamic symbol of self expression.
  3. Body art is a good term. (Web site)
  4. Body art is a popular form of self-expression.
  5. Body art is a visual language. (Web site)

Giclee

  1. Giclee is a computer controlled, fine art print making process. (Web site)
  2. Giclee is the most sophisticated inkjet printing process today, and it is also the name given to the finished product resulting from said process.

Genre

  1. The scope of the word "genre" is usually confined to art and culture.
  2. A genre is any of the traditional divisions of art forms from a single field of activity into various kinds according to criteria particular to that form. (Web site)
  3. GENRE - The term refers to art that shows scenes from daily life.
  4. Genre is also a type of painting in its own right, referring to the depiction of scenes of everyday life. (Web site)
  5. Genre is defined as a category of artistic, musical, or literary composition characterized by a particular style, form, or content.

Artbook

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  2. A nice perfect bound furry artbook for you to take home.
  3. The entire staff of J-List recommend this really excellent artbook.

Performance Art

  1. Performance art is a practice as all encompassing as the community itself. (Web site)
  2. Performance art is a broad term used to describe a variety of multisensory, multimedia events created by contemporary artists.
  3. Performance art is a term usually reserved to refer to a kind of usually avant garde or conceptual art which grew out of the visual arts. (Web site)
  4. Art History 101 - Performance Art 1960s to Present The term "Performance Art" got its start in the 1960s in the United States. (Web site)
  5. Performance Art is a legitimate artistic movement.
  6. Performance Art is a relatively new concept within visual art in Norway.
  7. Performance Art is one of the most potent, intuitive and yet highly evolved strategy that can be used to comprehend the unknown. (Web site)
  8. Performance art is a means for Anna to tap into the materials of time and space.
  9. Performance art is a means of artistic expression which is not easily defined.

Landscape Art

  1. Landscape art is a composition of scenery like trees, rivers, mountains, valleys, forests and sky.

Bonsai

  1. Bonsai is the art of growing miniature (dwarf) trees in shallow trays or pots.
  2. It is said that the name "Bonsai" started being used around this time. (Web site)
  3. The word "Bonsai" consists of two Chinese characters: "Bon" (pronounced Bone") meaning tray or pot and "sai" (pronounced "sigh") meaning planting.

Aleatory

  1. Aleatory is a gripping and fascinating petri dish of enlightening dialogue.
  2. Aleatory was also employed by numerous twentieth century avant-garde artists.

Animal Style

  1. The animal style is a common theme throughout history.
  2. The animal style was used not only in England, but also in Scandinavia, Germany, and France. (Web site)

Animated Cartoon

  1. The name "animated cartoon" is generally not used when referring to full-length animated productions, since the term more or less implies a "short".
  2. The name "animated cartoon" is often not used when referring to full-length animated productions, since the term more or less implies a "short". (Web site)

Arabesque

  1. ARABESQUE is a national leader in the distribution of building and finishing materials.
  2. Arabesque is a Puzzle Game in best traditions of match three games.
  3. Arabesque is a Trintech reseller for the Gulf responsible for the resale of their electronic payment products and solutions.
  4. Arabesque is a geometric form of Islamic art.
  5. The arabesque is a body position in which the weight of the body is supported on one leg, while the other leg is extended in back with the knee straight.

Artist

  1. The artist is a professional communicator knowing and feeling everything about the form and the transmitter belonging to his or her own message.
  2. The artist is the opposite of the politically minded individual, the opposite of the reformer, the opposite of the idealist.

Artistamp

  1. When so combined (and sometimes, less strictly speaking, even when not so) the artistamp is part of the mail art genre.
  2. Artistamp creators often include their work on legitimate mail, alongside valid postage stamps, in order to decorate the envelope with their art.
  3. Many artistamp creators are happy to swap their creations with other practitioners of the form, either directly or within the broader concept of mail art.

Artistamps

  1. Artistamps are cindarellas [philatilest term for non-postage stamp stamps]. (Web site)
  2. Artistamps are often created uniquely or in limited editions.

Art Car

  1. An art car is a car that has been decorated in a manner that is very decidedly not factory standard.
  2. An art car is a painted, modified, or embellished car.
  3. An art car is a vehicle that has its appearance modified as an act of personal artistic expression. (Web site)
  4. An art car is a vehicle with its appearance modified so its owner can demonstrate his or her artistic expression as part of the visual mosaic of the event.

Art Media

  1. Art Media is a business specialized on technical support, sales on software and hardware and give solution on hosting and domains.

Bad Art

  1. Bad art is a great deal worse than no art at all. (Web site)
  2. Bad art is a nouveau riche epidemic that doesn't discriminate on the basis of ethnicity, gender or age.
  3. Bad art is a painting on a wall that you don't even notice.

Balloon Animal

  1. A balloon animal is a generic term used to describe balloon modelling, balloon art and balloon sculpture.

Book

  1. The book is an impressively original fusion of art, science, spirituality, and humanity.
  2. The book was also recognized with a design award presented to Lisa Kiss of the Toronto-based company, Lisa Kiss Design.
  3. The book was drawn by Wilfred Haughton.

Byzantine Art

  1. Byzantine art is the art of the Byzantine Empire, centered in Constantinople (now Istanbul).
  2. Byzantine art was the high art of the Middle Ages and monumental Church mosaics were the crowing glory. (Web site)
  3. Byzantine art was the high art of the Middle Ages and monumental Church mosaics were the crowning glory.

Cartoon

  1. A cartoon is any of several forms of illustrations with varied meanings.
  2. A cartoon is any of several forms of art, with varied meanings that evolved from one to another. (Web site)
  3. Cartoon: a comical and unserious manner Painting or line drawing.

Chalk

  1. Chalk is similar to pastel, but more tightly bound. (Web site)
  2. Chalk was used to make the initial design. (Web site)

Characters

  1. The characters are often the vehicles for the author's moral, social, or literary views. (Web site)
  2. The characters were removed, and rival Universal Studios replaced them with Universal cartoon characters. (Web site)

Christian Art

  1. Christian Art is a broad classification of art that spans across many different Christian religions.
  2. Christian Art is a great Christmas holiday gift idea. (Web site)
  3. Christian art is a major category of art produced in Europe after the fall of the Roman Empire.
  4. Christian art was often typological in nature (see Medieval allegory), showing the stories of the New Testament and the Old Testament side by side.

Church

  1. The church was established by the Despot of Epirus in 1294-96.
  2. The church was re-opened on 13 May 994.
  3. The church was richly decorated with mosaics throughout the centuries.

Collage Novel

  1. A Collage novel is a form of artist's book approaching closely (but preceding) the Graphic novel .
  2. Collage novel is a form of artist's book approaching closely (but preceding) the Graphic novel.
  3. Collage novel is a form of artist's book approaching very closely to (but preceding) the Graphic novel.

Commercial Art

  1. Commercial Art is a broad field.
  2. Commercial Art is a one-year program, which covers the principles and practices of illustration and graphic design as they are used in advertising.
  3. Commercial Art is a three-year course.
  4. Commercial Art is a two year program offering training and instruction for students interested in graphic design, web design and animation media.
  5. Commercial Art is a vital part of the "information explosion" we are all experiencing and as such, it is a growth industry.

Composition

  1. The composition was arranged in such a way that we almost feel the crowd moving forward, about to crush the spectator. (Web site)
  2. COMPOSITION - the design and organization of individual components to produce a piece of Art. (Web site)
  3. Composition: The arrangement of elements of form and color within an artwork. (Web site)

Conceptual Art

  1. Conceptual Art - The idea is the most important aspect of the work.
  2. Conceptual art is a form of art and an international movement established by artists and art institutions (critics, curators, etc) in the 1960's and 70's.
  3. Conceptual art is a form of art that has a symbolic meaning, and is mainly understood through the written explanations presented with the artwork.
  4. Conceptual art is a form of art that involves materials just like any other artistic endeavor.
  5. Conceptual art is a high concept movie without the movie.

Danse Macabre

  1. Danse Macabre is a dismal excuse for a novel.
  2. Danse Macabre is a must-read for fans of Laurell K. Hamilton.
  3. Danse Macabre is a nonfiction book by Stephen King on horror fiction and United States pop culture , published in 1981 .
  4. Danse Macabre is a nonfiction book by Stephen King on horror fiction and United States pop culture. (Web site)
  5. Danse Macabre is a screamo band from Trier, Germany.

Death Mask

  1. A Death Mask is a wax or plaster cast of a mold taken from a dead face. (Web site)
  2. A Death mask is a mask either cast from or applied to the face of a recently deceased person. (Web site)
  3. A death mask is a plaster or wax cast made of a person's face following death .
  4. A death mask is a wax or plaster cast made of a person's face following death.
  5. A death mask is a wax or plaster cast of a mold taken from the face of a deceased person. (Web site)

Death Masks

  1. Death Masks is a 2003 novel by science fiction and fantasy author Jim Butcher .
  2. Death masks are true portraits, although changes are occasionally made in the eyes of the mask to make it appear as though the subject were alive. (Web site)
  3. Death masks were increasingly used by scientists from the late eightheenth century onwards to record variations in human physiognomy.
  4. Death masks were very popular in the Western World during the 18th and 19th century.

Decorative Art

  1. Decorative art is a formative type of art designed to adorn human housing and surroundings.

Digital Art

  1. DIGITAL ART is a computer Illustration studio that produces high resolution pictures for print.
  2. Digital Art is a broader definition.
  3. Digital art is a fantastic media.
  4. Digital art is a full brain workout; both my linear left-brain and my intuitive right-brain get to work and play to their heart's content.
  5. Digital art is a means to reinforce and express a message.

Disney Comics

  1. Disney Comics was a comic book company that sold comic books from 1990 to 1993 .
  2. Disney comics are comic book s and comic strip s featuring Walt Disney characters.
  3. Disney comics are comic books and comic strips featuring Walt Disney characters.

Donald Duck

  1. Donald Duck is an animated cartoon and comic book character best known for his cartoons from Walt Disney Studios.
  2. Donald Duck is an animated cartoon and comic-book character from Walt Disney Productions. (Web site)
  3. Donald Duck is the most popular Disney character in the Netherlands, but Sanoma also produces comics starring lesser-known characters such as Li'l Bad Wolf.

Drawings

  1. The drawings are excellent and the text is very informative as well as entertaining. (Web site)
  2. The drawings are different frames of animation, and when they are flipped at the right speed, they give the illusion of movement.
  3. The drawings are with pen and ink and watercolour.

Dream Art

  1. Dream art is any form of art directly based on material from dreams, or using dream-like qualities. (Web site)
  2. Dream art is any form of art directly based on material from dreams, or which employs dream-like imagery. (Web site)

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