The Beauty Of Mosque Ceilings

If you are a fan of Middle Eastern architecture, you should like this renowned kaleidoscopic beauty of some Iranian mosque ceilings. Perhaps it’s a good idea if you visit some of the popular mosques with their mystic ceilings. But if you haven’t had a chance to go, just browse photographer m1rasoulifard’s Instagram  for a mesmerizing visual journey.

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Wayan Tuges : Master Guitar Woodcarver From Bali

Wayan Tuges is a master woodcarver. Growing up in Guwang a community known for the skill and deep spirituality of its woodcarvers, he began carving at the age of five, learning from his father, one of the great Balinese woodcarvers. By the time he was in second grade, Wayan had mastered the complex, traditional Garuda figure ridden by the Hindu god Vishnu and was selling his work in the local art market. He never looked back, eventually opening his own studio.

 

Wayan’s deep knowledge of Balinese traditions and religious practice gives him a high standing in his community, where he often presides over the many religious ceremonies that crowd the Balinese calendar. He also makes time to work with a United Nations project to plant 20,000 hectares of unused fertile land with teak trees providing a sustainable harvest and creating new employment opportunities.

 

 

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“For Me the War Passed in a Romantic Haze of Trying to be a Hero” Henry Moore

Henry Spencer Moore OM CH FBA (30 July 1898 – 31 August 1986) was an icon English artist. Moore was born in Castleford, the son of a coal miner. He became well-known through his carved marble and larger-scale abstract cast bronze sculptures, and was instrumental in introducing a particular form of modernism to the United Kingdom.

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Dublin’s 300-Year-Old Library Chamber

Do you love reading books? Do you belong to the old-school type who loves to spend long hours reading your favorite book collections in a library? If you do, maybe you should pay a visit to one of the oldest libraries in the world which is located in Dublin. It’s the Trinity College library with its majestic Long Room Chamber giving rooms to over 200,000 book collections. Just check out how it is to see what we mean. Continue reading

Want to Build a Hobbit House in Your Backyard?

Know what? A hobbit is not only found alive in a movie, but it is a real human being. Only that this particular “hobbit” grows the normal size of a human. To make it interesting about him is that he also built a house pretty much measuring similar to that of the real hobbit house in the movie. Then, he and his spouse really stay and live in there.  Just check these out. Continue reading

Lucian Freud Painting for Digging Human Psychoanalysis

Lucian Michael Freud (/ˈl.si.ən ˈfrɔɪd/; 8 December 1922 – 20 July 2011) was a German-born British painter and draftsman, specialising in figurative art, and is known as one of the foremost 20th-century portraitists.

He was born in Berlin, the son of a Jewish architect and the grandson of Sigmund Freud. His family moved to Britain in 1933 to escape the rise of Nazism. From 1932-33 he attended Goldsmiths College, London. He enlisted in the Merchant Navy during World War II.

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“Art is the Leadership ! said Jonathan Meese

He is painter, sculptor, performance artist and today he common describe his idea use installation art. ” In art everything is possible and allowed. Art is the leadership. Art is Nr.1. Art is chief, art is total power, art is always future. Art has nothing to do with individualism, art is always the law of metabolism. Art plays with itself and uses us as toys and decoration. Art makes its own mixture and shows the human being its place: we all have to play, play, play without rituals, without religion, without human ideology, all toys of art are masks. Art has no religion, but every religion is art. Art hands over the total laws: all myths, all cults, all occultism and all esoteric ideas have to neutralize themselves, all nostalgic ideologies have to disappear”(www.dromemagazine.com)

 

 

 

 

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