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A fresh teal and aquamarine unique digital art design. Full of deep blue sea and rolling ocean waves, this design is vibrant, creative, and modern.
All items in the Marie Florence Gallery at Zazzle are set at the minimum profit markup and are fully customizable.
Lovely bright and vivid travel photography from Barcelona Spain, with a view of the famous Parc Guell, one of the major works of Gaudi in Barcelona, and a panoramic scenic city view during the sunset.
This design is a simplified version of the labyrinth at Chartres Cathedral in France.
There is a sister version at Grace Cathedral in San Francisco.
People walk the labyrinth in meditation, for spiritual reflection.
Beautiful glamorous pink and blue shiny glitters sparkles. Photo of blue and pink mosaic sparkles not actual glitter!
Parc Guell Lizard in Barcelona Spain
ANDREWS, Scotland – Golf, like boxing and tennis and track and all other individual sports, relies on the power of its stars. It’s an inevitable thing, really. In team sports like baseball or football, fandom builds from countless things. Team colors. A Dodgers fan, a Bears fan, a Spurs fan might be rooting for the team of her father or favorite teacher or the first team she ever saw in person or any other reason. But in golf, like those other individual sports, a player must give you a reason to care. There are thousands of professional golfers around the world and all of them have honed their skills to the level of magic. When compared to our own meager games, all of them can crush long drives and hit precise iron shots and make the golf ball hop gently out of the sand. Follow any medium-level professional for 18 holes and you will see something remarkable. The larger game of golf thrives when a few of them – and usually one in particular – stands out, thrills us, captivates us, angers us in ways that consistently leave us awed and surprised. Think Bolt. Think Serena. Think Tiger. It’s a rare thing. Most athletes, even some of the most fantastic ones, just don't have that extra push, they just don’t quite enthrall us like that. We admire them, applaud them, even root for them. But they never quite grab us emotionally. We don’t quite love them. We don’t quite loathe them either. They leave us unmoved. Sunday at St. Andrews, for just a few moments, Jordan Spieth once again pulled golf out of that pleasant monotony and made it riveting and chilling and fun. It’s amazing that it is Spieth playing this role. A year ago, if you had to pick the new Tiger Woods , the player who might step out of the moment and make golf big and colorful and cool, Spieth probably would have been about the 15th choice. Rory McIlroy was the one with everything then, and you had a long list of players ( Dustin Johnson. Rickie Fowler. Louis Oosthuizen. ) with silkier swings and longer drives and more obvious gifts. It’s funny, even now – even as Spieth finishes a break or two away from becoming the first man since Ben Hogan to win the first three legs of golf’s Grand Slam – people struggle to put into words just what it is that makes Spieth good. He doesn’t hit it that far. He doesn’t hit it that high. He doesn’t hit it that close. He’s not a machine of. Source: www.golfchannel.com
HENDERSON, Ky. - A free program called “Voyages to the Moon” will be offered in the Friends of Audubon Theater at John James Audubon State Park on Friday. From 7 to 9 p. m. , astronomer Joe Caruso will travel back to the earliest attempts at voyaging to the moon and answer some of the great space questions such as “Where we are in the universe. ” and “What is a black hole. Following the presentation, the group will go out to the Audubon Golf Course driving range to explore the sky with a telescope. In case of rain, this program will move to Saturday, July 25. Call if you are in doubt. For information, call Julie McDonald 270-826-2247, 270-826-4424, or email juliea. mcdonald@ky. Other programs offered to the public are scheduled including:. Friday 5 p. m. , Tissue Paper Flowers: Create a bouquet of colorful tissue paper flowers. Location: Campground Shelter. Ages: 7 and older. Saturday 10 a. m. , Constellations of the Night Sky: Learn three major constellations that light up the August night sky. You will make take-home glow-in-the-dark Constellation Charts that will help you to find your new ‘friends. ’ Location: Campground Shelter. Noon, Mosaic Tile Coasters: Choose your own tiles to make a colorful coaster for your ice-cold summer beverage. Design possibilities are unlimited. Location: Campground Shelter. Ages: 5 and older. , Picture Perfect: Create a one-of-a-kind nature design for the front cover of your 4 x 6 photograph album. Location: Campground Shelter. All ages: Fee: $1 per album. , Bingo: There will be a variety of bingo games including traditional, coverall, and more. Adults and supervised children are welcome. Source: www.courierpress.com
Last year 37 graduates of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln’s Department of Art and Art History submitted work for “UNL Alumni Artists: 1945-1969,” a surprisingly varied summerlong exhibition at the Eisentrager-Howard Gallery. This year’s version of that show contains work by 43 artists. But it covers graduates from only 1970 to 1974. Why just five years. The early ‘70s were one of the times of peak enrollment in the department, the number of students spiking, in part, because the draft for the Vietnam War sent many young men to colleges and universities. Next summer’s show, said department chair Pete Pinnell, will cover more years. Because the work is submitted by the artists, not solicited or juried, “UNL Alumni Artists: 1970-1974” may or may not be a representative survey of the work of all the school’s graduates. But with its predominance of painting, it reflects the strength of the school at the time. And many of the painting styles and techniques -- with reflections, on large board supports and a mix of pop art, realism and abstraction -- are rooted in the era. As was the case last year, each of the pieces in the show is accompanied by a label written by the artist. Some of those labels are biographical, some descriptive of the work and some recollections of the artist’s time at the school. Here’s some of what I gathered during a couple of visits to the show:. Some of the artists went on to teach at colleges and universities while pursuing art careers, most notably James Butler, who led the printmaking program at Illinois State University, and who now has his work in more than 180 collections, including... He’s represented by a beautiful 2007 graphite drawing, “Twister After Katrina,” which uses fine, precise lines to depict a roller coaster near a stand of trees, both torn apart by the hurricane. Several have education rather than art degrees and spent their careers teaching in elementary and high schools. Those teachers include Lynn Wilson, who contributes one of the most unusual pieces to the show, a mosaic tile landscape “Rolling Farmland North of Lincoln. Still others pursued art-related careers in illustration, design, advertising and marketing. That group includes Karen Blessen, who won the 1989 Pulitzer Prize for explanatory. Source: journalstar.com
But Davidson and Junge are too impatient to linger on any one section of their mosaic portrait. Viewers are left to wonder why Sheeran splurged on a giant Star Wars-themed Death Star Lego kit instead of buying a house or a car with the money he earned
The trouble is that the mind tends to deconstruct things because we can't quite see the whole mosaic. We tend to He came to the brutal 16th hole, a hole only one person had birdied in the previous couple of hours, and he faced a roller-coaster 50
Noon, Mosaic Tile Coasters: Choose your own tiles to make a colorful coaster for your ice-cold summer beverage. Design possibilities are unlimited. Location: Campground Shelter. Ages: 5 and older. 2 p.m., Picture Perfect: Create a one-of-a-kind nature
Stock plans to take about 30 pieces to the event including: garden stones, fused glass garden art, fused glass and glass mosaic panels, glass coasters, glass pendants, decorative dishes and bowls and fused photo frames. Admission to the event is free.
He's represented by a beautiful 2007 graphite drawing, “Twister After Katrina,” which uses fine, precise lines to depict a roller coaster near a stand of trees, both torn apart by the hurricane. Several have education rather than art degrees and spent
They’re the perfect outdoor project for a summer day, a great project to share with a kid or two, and a useful way to use up extra wall tiles, or even to redo old store-bought coasters. Here’s how to make your own set of mosaic tile coasters: