Tips For Recording the Color of Rock Art Motifs
June Ross’s tips for recording the color of rock art motifs Recording the colour of art pigments is an important part of recording rock art. When you draw a motif or a panel of motifs, make sure you note the range of ochre colors on the pencil drawing. Analysing the color of motifs can help you identify whether the same pigment has been used throughout, suggesting that the art was produced in a single episode, and can also be used to check the spatial distribution of distinctive colors.Aniekan Udofia – You Think You Know, But You Don’t
Stand in any metropolitan corridor and ask the art scene denizens there what they know about Aniekan Udofia. Some might list the 33-year-old among the most talented visual artists of his generation, with national attention on his work in hip hop magazines such as XXL, Vibe and The Source.Success in an Artist’s Mind – Concepts to Live By
Once you’ve decided to throw caution to the wind and become the sculptor or painter you knew you could be there are a few things you should remember to become successful. And no, I am not going to rehash what you have probably read a dozen times concerning carrying a sketch pad, viewing art or any of the other tried and true top ten methods.Santiago Calatrava and the Organic Side of the MAM
The Milwaukee Art Museum definitely has its roots based on organicism. Santiago Calatrava has done a masterful job in producing this elegant design at the edge of Lake Michigan. The gentle curves of much of the structure remove any possibility of shock, without taking away from the WOW effect. Mr. Calatrava’s artistic abilities were brought to the forefront with this building, his first in the United States.Santiago Calatrava and the MAM – Those Great Wings
Those spectacular white steel wings atop the Milwaukee Art Museum have brought the museum into international prominence. Santiago Calatrava has produced one of – if not the most spectacular museums anywhere. The articulating wings on the brise-soleil are a triumph of modern engineering and a stunning joy to behold.