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8. January 2021, 13:55:27
Subject: oil painting
Hello everyone! We will be glad to see you on our website The great artist Leonid Afremov died, but his paintings are pleasing to our eyes and now!

1. July 2015, 13:40:31
Subject: Art...
Modified by ketchuplover (1. July 2015, 13:42:00)
is 3/4 of fart

6. June 2015, 05:06:40
Now for today's lesson is it going to be art; written pose or photography?

5. June 2015, 15:23:22
Hi anybody still out there?

26. October 2013, 20:36:47
Subject: Bansky...
for supreme world leader!

26. August 2011, 22:37:36
Papa Zoom 
Subject: Re:
ScarletRose: totally - it amazes me how some people can make things look so real when they draw. What a marvelous skill!

26. August 2011, 22:28:30
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Artful Dodger:   Thanks  for sharing that AD.. those are really kewl piccies.. what talent huh?

25. August 2011, 02:55:28
Papa Zoom 

19. July 2010, 22:10:28
The Col 
Subject: Re: Anything from kindergarten even....
Tuesday: Rich Little?

31. May 2010, 05:57:38
Subject: online art gallery
Wholesale Art Mall is a professional supplier of oil paintings and shall be pleased to establish business relations with you.

12. March 2010, 22:01:12
The Col 
Subject: Re: Anything from kindergarten even....
Tuesday: actually, it looked very Henry Moore,kinda abstract

12. March 2010, 21:51:22
The Col 
Subject: Re: Anything from kindergarten even....
Tuesday: actually,I've got a funny (art) story.When my dad passed away us kids were at his house dividing items amongst us.When I was about 13 I made a plaster paris sculpture, my dad kept it on his desk,anyway,my sister's boyfriend thought it was so valuable that he wouldn't part with it for a beautiful table true story

12. March 2010, 21:39:29
The Col 
I wish I could claim I was being coy, but I got nuthin

12. March 2010, 21:33:31
The Col 
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Tuesday: I'm so out of my depth discussing art,that I'm drowning

12. March 2010, 21:24:51
The Col 
Subject: Re:

I posted the song coupled with Van Gogh's art on the music board

12. March 2010, 21:14:02
The Col 
Subject: Re:
Tuesday: are you thinkin what I'm thinkin?

12. March 2010, 21:11:25
The Col 
Subject: Re:
Tuesday: I didn't guess the painting, unless it was called "starry starry night"

12. March 2010, 17:18:07
The Col 
Subject: Re:
Tuesday: Vincent by Don McLean

9. January 2009, 19:48:19
Subject: Pottery
Towards the end of the month I will be getting a potters wheel and supplies.. My husband is helping me get my studio started.. if any of you have your own potters wheel and have suggestions and hints as to ones you have found to be good.. please make notes to this.. we are expecting to pay around 1200.00 for the wheel.. 

18. April 2008, 23:53:34
Painting Elephant.. you gotta see this!

28. February 2008, 14:10:30
Subject: Re: This board needs a boost ...
ScarletRose: I'm not sure exactly what you mean ... but I think you liked it. ;)

28. February 2008, 05:26:38
Subject: Re: This board needs a boost ...
ColonelCrockett: kewl.. that will work! I don't see any hard links to avoid.. so it should be accepted..

27. February 2008, 17:19:08
Subject: This board needs a boost ...
... what about my Flickr page?

let me know what you think.

19. September 2007, 20:18:12
Subject: Thanks for the link Noble
haven't seen you in a long time.. hope everything is going well for you!

19. September 2007, 19:14:01
Subject: search-engines-art

20. August 2007, 22:27:11
Subject: I have some of the art I like here

28. April 2007, 18:38:51

12. January 2007, 19:17:38
Subject: I have some art in other places..

7. December 2006, 21:27:44
Subject: art art art

13. November 2006, 07:31:34
Subject: Re: some art
Wow - nice - Thank you nobleheart

13. November 2006, 02:20:55
Subject: clean big art(as in large .jpgs or .gifs)

9. November 2006, 04:34:51
Subject: some art

23. October 2006, 16:30:17
Subject: an artist at work

27. September 2006, 19:37:08
Subject: have you read this
AZUZ: Time for the Shoutout! Who painted this picture? If you think you know it, shout it out! Was it: A) Leonardo da Vinci, B) Vincent van Gogh, C) Michelangelo Buonarroti, or D) Pablo Picasso? You've got three seconds--GO! The Mona Lisa was painted by Leonardo da Vinci sometime between 1503 and 1506. That's your answer and that's your Shoutout!

A New Look

LLOYD: It's a smile that's mystified people for centuries. And ever since da Vinci created his "Mona Lisa" masterpiece, art lovers have looked for the secret behind the smirk. A team of Canadian scientists used sophisticated 3D technology to unearth clues behind the riddle. Danny Globerman reveals what they found when they peered through the layers.


DANNY GLOBERMAN, REPORTER: The Da Vinci Code phenomenon teased us with the notion that all sorts of great secrets lie hidden in the artist's work. Well, now we've learned, they do. And they're hidden no longer.

But the secrets announced at the National Research Council have more to do with art than religious conspiracies. In October 2004, an NRC team jouneyed to the Louvre for the most extensive physical the Mona Lisa has ever received. There were x-rays, infared and ultraviolet photos, and thanks to the Research Council's world leading technology, a state of the art, 3-dimensional laser scan.

FRANCOIS BLAIS, NATL. RESEARCH COUNCIL OF CANADA: Now, we have very precise information about the thickness of the layers. We know how the painting was painted, with very very thin layers of painting. That's one of the things we couldn't see by the naked eye and that technology brought us.

GLOBERMAN: All sorts of elements not visible to the eye are now known. A bonnet, a full veil, a waistband. They're all there, you just can't see them.

JOHN TAYLOR, NRC SCIENTIST: It just doesn't get any better than this, because great art and great science.

GLOBERMAN: John Taylor is one of the NRC scientists who took part in the project. He says while the Mona Lisa has now given up many of her secrets, he's still amazed and baffled by one of them.

TAYLOR: In this painting, there are no signs of brush strokes anywhere on the painting. That includes the very fine details of embroidery on the dress, the hair. This is the "Je ne sais quoi" of Leonardo, the genius. We don't know how he applied it.

GLOBERMAN: Beyond the mysteries, this project gives and accurate and highly detailed snapshot of the painting's current physical condition. That will allow conservators to know if anything changes in the painting over the years. And while the wood panel on which she rests is warped, the experts say Mona's ailments are all under control and should be for some time to come. And for art lovers, that's truly something to smile about.



14. September 2006, 18:18:02
Subject: a nice photo

14. September 2006, 17:29:01
Subject: nice works of art
Modified by nobleheart (14. September 2006, 18:21:06)

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