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Public property: Northside resident finds hope at bottom of trash cans - University of Pittsburgh The Pitt News

The free museum, which sees about 200 visitors a day, is located at 1501 Arch St. It features an eclectic assortment of recycled toys, plastic buckets and shovels on a sand floor meant to evoke images of the beach. Artwork that Gilson painted himself is also a staple. Gilson greets visitors to the museum with an emphatic “hello” and a handshake, and he encourages them to play with the art and move pieces around. While Randyland is a technicolor home of reclaimed art, this whimsical mecca started from tragic beginnings. Despite his reputation as one of Pittsburgh’s most influential artists, Gilson, 58, did not discover art until much later in life. His childhood was a tumultuous one — his parents were ministers in the Salvation Army who went on to have six kids, including Randy. When he was nine years old, his mother took custody of him and his siblings and left for Homestead, where they received support from welfare and bounced between temporary homes. Gilson' mother could only afford to provide her children with basic necessities, so they spent many Christmases sitting on the barren cold floor around a presentless tree. “We started school the day after Christmas,” Gilson said. “And the children were asking, ‘What did you get. ’ We got nothing, because we were so poor. The next year, however, Gilson found old toys in his neighbors’ garbage cans. He washed and repaired them, and put them under the Christmas tree for his brothers and sisters. Since then, Gilson has collected almost everything he comes across, whether it’s toys, old furniture or even paint. “My suffering was actually my education,” Gilson said. Northside as an adult in the 1980s and noticed the vacant lots, lack of color and strewn-out garbage that plagued his new neighborhood. He took it upon himself to clean up the area, using materials left over from properties that the city was tearing down to build new walkways. He taught himself to garden and replaced the weed-covered lots with more attractive shrubbery and flowery, eventually starting. He bought Randyland as his home in 1995, when the community was scheduled to destroy the then-dilapidated house. Soon, he began painting it with bright yellows, blues and purples. He decorated the outside with potted plants in painted vases, recycled toys and sculptures of angels, rats, lions and butterflies. Nearly every inch of the backyard is filled with recycled goods,. Source: www.pittnews.com

Turks and Ephesians lived together - Hurriyet Daily News

--> The recent excavations in the ancient city of Ephesus, located in İzmir, have revealed significant historical data, according to the statement by the head of excavations, Sabine Ladstaetter. Contrary to general belief the city was ruined during Turkish raids, the Ephesians and Turks actually lived together in the city for many years. Dating back to the Neolithic Age, the ancient city of Ephesus had its heyday during the Hellenistic and Roman eras, as the Roman capital in Asia. Ladstaetter said history books recorded that life ended in Ephesus in the 7th century but a house unearthed to the south of the Virgin Mary Church showed that life continued in the city until the 14th century. She said that the excavations in the house were some of the biggest in 2015, adding, “We found a pretty large house south of the Virgin Mary Church, three years ago. This nearly 500-square meter house has a courtyard with marble and mosaic floors and rooms. We also found pieces of tools used in the production of wine and olive oil. Ladstaetter said the house had similarities with the Yamaç Houses of the ancient city. “Considering the furniture in the house, we see that life was luxurious in this house. We found more than 3,000 coins, lots of valuable metal goods and hundreds of ceramic vases in the house. It is a really rich inventory,” she said. Ladstaetter said they wanted to offer the house to visitors of Ephesus in the future, since it was located on a popular spot in the ancient city. “When the excavations are done next year, we will open this place to visitors. The most important information [gathered from] this excavation is that life did not end in Ephesus in the 7th century. History books generally say that … people left Ephesus and moved to the Ayasuluk Castle when Muslims came there. But we see in this house that life continued until the 14th century here. This is very significant information because we previously thought that everything was ruined when Muslims came here, Ephesus was abandoned. Now we disproved this fact,” Ladstaetter said. Last years of Ephesus. According to many historians, the ancient city of Ephesus, which had its heyday in the 2nd century A. D. , lost its importance when its harbor, the city’s gate opening to the world, was surrounded by alluvial water. Despite the attempts to clean the harbor, malaria. Source: www.hurriyetdailynews.com

Canterbury's antiquities, damaged in quake, painstakingly saved - The Press

The University of Canterbury harbours a notably fine collection of Greek and Roman antiquities known as the Logie Collection. It was badly damaged in the 2010 earthquake and has now been painstakingly repaired. CHRISTOPHER MOORE reports. When she is not restoring and repairing art works, Emily Fryer modestly admits that she's rather good at jigsaws. It's a handy ability for the Canterbury-based art conservator – especially when confronted by New Zealand's largest jigsaw puzzle. But this was no ordinary conundrum. For an intensive few months, Fryer and her team faced the challenges of repairing and conserving more than 200 items of precious ancient Greek and Roman art, much of which had suffered varying degrees of damage during Christchurch September 2010... The antiquities, including several unique ceramics, form the University of Canterbury's Logie Collection , one of Australasia's finest teaching collections of classical art. Most of the collection spans more than 2500 years from the Bronze Age cultures of the Mediterranean to the rise of the great city states of Corinth and Athens, the Greek colonies of Southern Italy and Sicily and beyond to Rome. The ceramics, sculpture and jewellery provide an evocative glimpse into the cultures of the ancient world, one which continues to rank with the world's finest collections. Its oldest items are Neolithic shards dated to approximately 7000-5700 BC from Catal Huyuk in Turkey while its newest is a vivid late Roman mosaic floor from the fifth or sixth century AD. First formed in 1957 following a gift of Greek pottery to... During the next six decades, the Logie became increasingly recognised for both the breadth and quality of objects. But for its current co-curator, Penny Minchin-Garvin today this is much more than an outstanding treasure trove of classical art. This is ``a collection of small miracles", a description she doesn't use lightly. 30am on Saturday, September 4, 2010, the 361 fragile treasures which had survived nearly 3000 years faced total destruction when a 7. 1 earthquake followed by a series of aftershocks struck Christchurch, causing the most extensive structural... Source: www.stuff.co.nz

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  • At the Galleries: Door County galleries and museums

    08/05/15 ,via Green Bay Press Gazette

    Also featuring a wide collection of fine art made by local and regional artists in handblown glass, mosaics, sculptures, stained glass and photography. Site for progressive .. Leather purses, jewelry, including dichroic glass and druzy quartz

  • Public property: Northside resident finds hope at bottom of trash cans

    The free museum, which sees about 200 visitors a day, is located at 1501 Arch St. It features an eclectic assortment of recycled toys, plastic buckets and shovels on a sand floor meant to evoke images of the beach. Artwork that Gilson painted

  • Turks and Ephesians lived together

    08/03/15 ,via Hurriyet Daily News

    This nearly 500-square meter house has a courtyard with marble and mosaic floors and rooms. We also found pieces of We found more than 3,000 coins, lots of valuable metal goods and hundreds of ceramic vases in the house. It is a really rich

  • Art and Lebanon: beauty amid the rubble

    07/31/15 ,via Financial Times

    Arriving in Beirut in 1873, the Victorian artist and orientalist Frederic Leighton described it in a letter home as a “cheery, picturesque, sunny port” at the foot of Mount Lebanon. The future Lord Leighton was en route to Damascus, a source of the

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  • Israel unveils Roman-era mosaic found during construction

    11/16/15 ,via Greenwich Time

    LOD, Israel (AP) — Israel's antiquities authority on Monday unveiled a 1,700-year-old mosaic floor that archaeologists found last ... The scenes include hunting animals, fish, vases and birds. "The quality of the images portrayed in the mosaic indicates ...

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