Video

Ferdousi Priyabhashini

19 February 1947 – 6 March 2018

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VCV6knmQ4_A&feature=youtu.be

Sammezzano Castle

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The whimsical Sammezzano Castle, which is said to have origins that trace to ancient Rome.

For further review, please see: http://www.galeriemagazine.com/abandoned-castle-tuscany-real-estate/?fbclid=IwAR3Fg_y_OWiS39WleEJrQmp5S9zcYgssPL56CVfVUUqPjwVvMoWymg-_Kpc

Via Galerie Magazine

Reproduction of Bouguereau Painting

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Artist: Cuong Nguyen
Original Painting: William-Adolphe Bouguereau (French, 30 November 1825 – 19 August 1905)
#reproduction #timelapse #painting

Courtesy: Paletimdeki Renkler

Picasso: Painter and Sculptor in Clay

https://www.facebook.com/potsinaction/videos/721581954669996/UzpfSTEzODQ0NDUwMjE4MzkyOTg6MjI3MDcyNjU1NjU0NDQ2OQ/

Watch this speedy clip of Pablo Picasso a Vallauris di Luciano Emmer, as the Italian director captures the artist as he deftly and with great confidence, alters a large wheel thrown bottle into the shape of a waterfowl. Picasso typically commissioned an artisan to make these; here Jules Agard is at the wheel, working right along with him. In 1953 Emmer spent a month with Picasso in Vallauris during which he filmed the documentary from which this clip was taken. These excerpts from an essay by the curators of the first comprehensive survey* of Picasso’s works in clay, shed some light on his relationship with the medium: “Picasso began to work in the ceramic medium in 1946 after visiting the Madoura pottery workshop in Vallauris, where the mineral-rich soil of this region of southern France had supported a ceramics industry since Roman times.” And, “In the earliest stage of his work in ceramics, he focused on mastering the craft aspect of decorating fired clay objects, working on more than a thousand pieces at the Madoura pottery workshop in Vallauris during the first year alone. Quickly acquiring knowledge of the technical aspects of working with clay, he then set about reinventing them to suit his fertile imagination.”

Please note that this video was sped up so that all content could be squeezed in. #PIAguesthostBirdieBoone

*Picasso: Painter and Sculptor in Clay. Met Museum.1999.

#picasso #bird #vallauris #PIAbird #putabirdonit #pottery #ceramics#contemporaryceramics #keramik #セラミックス #陶器 #céramique #poterie#cerámica #陶瓷 #도기류 #도예 #keramikk #krukmakeri #potsinaction #maker#makermovement #craft #PIAvideo #video

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Memory in Miniature

Memory in Miniature

Pui Wan is a miniature artist in Kuala Lumpur. (To be clear, she’s a full-size artists who makes miniatures.) Her artwork preserves the memory of the beautiful old buildings and communities in Kuala Lumpur that are being demolished to make room for new construction.

Posted by Atlas Obscura on Monday, 21 May 2018

Pui Wan is a miniature artist in Kuala Lumpur. (To be clear, she’s a full-size artists who makes miniatures.) Her artwork preserves the memory of the beautiful old buildings and communities in Kuala Lumpur that are being demolished to make room for new construction.

Via Atlas Obscura

Working With Sculpture

Oda Jaune 'The Caress'

This enchanting video shows artist oda jaune, working on her sculpture 'The Caress', which will be shown in Bulgaria on five different locations. Every time the work moves, it will be located under the sky, away from cities but in nature. The sculpture is not static, but alive, because of the change of environment and situation in every new location. A documentary about 'The Caress', directed by Emil Christov and featuring these fragments, will be ready by the end of this year! oda jaune has been a participant in some of my most exciting projects, 'The Artist / Knight' at Kasteel van Gaasbeek, 'The Raft. Art is (not) Lonely' (Het Vlot. Kunst is -niet- eenzaam.) in Oostende and now she will also contribute to the upcoming group exhibition 'The Sensation of the Sea. In Honour of Bas Jan Ader' at De Mesdag Collectie in The Hague!

Posted by Joanna De Vos – art historian and curator on Sunday, 9 September 2018

This enchanting video shows artist Oda Jaune, working on her sculpture ‘The Caress’, which will be shown in Bulgaria on five different locations. Every time the work moves, it will be located under the sky, away from cities but in nature. The sculpture is not static, but alive, because of the change of environment and situation in every new location.

A documentary about ‘The Caress’, directed by Emil Christov and featuring these fragments, will be ready by the end of this year!

Oda Jaune has been a participant in some of my most exciting projects, ‘The Artist / Knight’ at Kasteel van Gaasbeek, ‘The Raft. Art is (not) Lonely’ (Het Vlot. Kunst is -niet- eenzaam.) in Oostende and now she will also contribute to the upcoming group exhibition ‘The Sensation of the Sea. In Honour of Bas Jan Ader’ at De Mesdag Collectie in The Hague!

Courtesy: Joanna De Vos - art historian and curator

 

The Process of Etching

Plough the Fields etching by Rebecca Vincent

I've completed a new etching called "Plough the Fields". Here's a 2 min video that shows how I printed it. This one has a voice over if you want to listen in. For my international followers – it makes sense without sound I think!The printing process takes about an hour for one print so this is really just the highlights for your enjoyment!

Posted by Rebecca Vincent Artist on Tuesday, 31 October 2017

“I’ve completed a new etching called “Plough the Fields”. Here’s a 2 min video that shows how I printed it. This one has a voice over if you want to listen in. For my international followers – it makes sense without sound I think!

The printing process takes about an hour for one print so this is really just the highlights for your enjoyment!”

Courtesy: Rebecca Vincent Artist

Miniature Sculpture Carving At The Tips Of Pencils 

https://www.facebook.com/mymodernmet/videos/319508671929281/UzpfSTEzODQ0NDUwMjE4MzkyOTg6MjIxNDcwMTE5MjE0NzAwNg/

Salavat Fidai has mastered the art of miniature sculpture carving. He shaves away at the tips of pencils to create incredible tiny sculptures in amazing detail.

Courtesy: My Modern Met

“Prints” using suspended paint on water

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An unusual technique in which the process itself is already a work of art. Turkish artist Garip Ay “Prints” his works using suspended paint on water, creating a very interesting effect.

Courtesy: BrasilART

Cleaning and Restoring Old Damaged Paintings by Julian Baumgartner

https://www.facebook.com/mymodernmet/videos/cleaning-and-restoring-old-damaged-paintings-by-julian-baumgartner/496679157467105/

Julian Baumgartner (of Baumgartner Fine Art Restoration) is an art conservator with 20 years of experience in restoring old and damaged paintings. Watch as he breathes new life into paintings by repairing, retouching, and restoring.

Courtesy: My Modern Met

The most amazing sculptures in the world.

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Courtesy: Bien être corps esprit

Interview with Salvador Dalí

https://www.facebook.com/iartGaleria/videos/220561195421885/UzpfSTEzODQ0NDUwMjE4MzkyOTg6MjIwMDQwNTE4NjkwOTk0MA/

Courtesy: IArt

Gorgeous Ebru Flowers Bloom Before Your Eyes

By: @firdevscalkanoglu

https://www.facebook.com/MetDaanCreative/videos/2317437238486884/UzpfSTEzODQ0NDUwMjE4MzkyOTg6MjIwMDQwMjE5MDI0MzU3Mw/

Courtesy: MetDaan Creative

Is this the most colorful place on earth?! 🌈🎨

https://www.facebook.com/culturetrip/videos/251827578801875/UzpfSTEzODQ0NDUwMjE4MzkyOTg6MjE5NzQ4MjE2Mzg2ODkwOQ/

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Tokyo museum dissolves boundaries between art and visitor 

https://www.facebook.com/culturetrip/videos/1985914378098256/UzpfSTEzODQ0NDUwMjE4MzkyOTg6MjE5NDMyNDczMDg1MTMxOQ/

Courtesy: Culture Trip

The Art of the Marbler

 https://www.facebook.com/LifeAndArtCollections/videos/1764113837029827/UzpfSTEzODQ0NDUwMjE4MzkyOTg6MjE4NzI0NDY4NDg5MjY1Nw/

Making marbled paper in Grantchester Village. Something old, but gold.

Credit: Bedfordshire Archives (Watch the full video here: youtu.be/Vyga8VMWXKg)

Courtesy: Blunt Kommunity

This calligrapher brings vintage pens back to life. 

https://www.facebook.com/CreativeIdeasInsider/videos/259493618109950/UzpfSTEzODQ0NDUwMjE4MzkyOTg6MjE4Mzg4NjczMTg5NTExOQ/

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Panting with flame

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 This 23-year-old Egyptian painter can craft elaborate works of portraiture in minutes, upside-down. Albert Magdy combines speed painting and performance art by putting on a show while he quickly crafts detailed portraits of celebrities with a brush in each hand. The longest he has taken on a portrait is six minutes. He uses different techniques to make his paintings unique, such as burning them with a flamethrower.

Courtesy: Voice of America - VOA

The schoolboy inspired by Michelangelo

https://www.facebook.com/bbcnews/videos/10156687236345229/UzpfSTEzODQ0NDUwMjE4MzkyOTg6MjE0MTI3NzA3NjE1NjA4NQ/

“I want to see myself among the great artists in museums.”

Check out schoolboy Kareem’s incredible art. (via BBC News Africa)

This four-year-old’s art sells for thousands

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His art sells for thousands. People are queuing to buy his work. He’s just 4 years-old.

Courtesy: BBC News

Bauhaus Motion Design by Sebastian.

Bauhaus Motion

Bauhaus Motion Design by Sebastian Onufszak.com #AdobeHiddenTreasures. Art and Technology – A new Unity.

Posted by Bauhaus Movement on Saturday, 23 June 2018

Bauhaus Motion Design by Sebastian Onufszak.com #AdobeHiddenTreasures. Art and Technology – A new Unity.

 Courtesy: Bauhaus Movement

Frida Kahlo: New V&A exhibit celebrates a global icon

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Frida Kahlo was one of the most influential and inspirational artists of the 20th Century.

A new exhibition aims to capture what made her an icon. (via BBC Entertainment News)

Lost typography from the Bauhaus

Lost typography from the Bauhaus

#Typography from #Bauhaus #Dessau is instantly recognizable. Simple geometric forms, unadorned with serifs. Vibrant, expressive colors. Balanced layouts that convey a clear and direct message. Some of the world’s most celebrated ad layouts, political posters, album covers, and logo designs owe their power to lettering designs created at Bauhaus Dessau.One of the foremost authorities in the field of typography, Erik Spiekermann led the effort to turn the lost letter fragments and sketches into complete and fully functional fonts. Working with experts at the Bauhaus Dessau Foundation, he supervised an international team of typography professionals and design students. The fonts are now available to you via Adobe Typekit.Lost typography from the Bauhaus masters. Beautifully re-created for you. Get the fonts – https://adobe.ly/2JDjZDJ© Adobe

Posted by Bauhaus Movement on Tuesday, 12 June 2018

 #Typography from #Bauhaus #Dessau is instantly recognizable. Simple geometric forms, unadorned with serifs. Vibrant, expressive colors. Balanced layouts that convey a clear and direct message. Some of the world’s most celebrated ad layouts, political posters, album covers, and logo designs owe their power to lettering designs created at Bauhaus Dessau.

One of the foremost authorities in the field of typography, Erik Spiekermann led the effort to turn the lost letter fragments and sketches into complete and fully functional fonts. Working with experts at the Bauhaus Dessau Foundation, he supervised an international team of typography professionals and design students. The fonts are now available to you via Adobe Typekit.

Lost typography from the Bauhaus masters. Beautifully re-created for you. Get the fonts – https://adobe.ly/2JDjZDJ

Courtesy: Bauhaus Movement

Kandinsky Art Animation

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The #Russian #painter#graphic #artist and art theorist. Wassily #Kandinsky (1866-1944) was one of the great masters of #modernart, as well as the outstanding representative of  pure #abstract #painting (using only colors and forms) that dominated the first half of the twentieth century. Soon after his return to Germany at the end of 1921, Kandinsky received an invitation to become a teacher at the #Bauhaus in #Weimar.

Animation © Alfred Imageworks
Music © CraveSound, HyeSook Hwang

Courtesy: Bauhaus Movement

Paintings by Edouard Manet

French impressionist painter

https://www.facebook.com/ArtsEmotions/videos/1903845489914429/UzpfSTEzODQ0NDUwMjE4MzkyOTg6MjEyMTc0MDA4NDc3NjQ1MQ/

Music: Chopin. Creative Commons License 3.0

Courtesy: facebook.com/ArtsEmotions

Albrecht Dürer’s Work and Etchings

https://www.facebook.com/metmuseum/videos/10155727539387635/UzpfSTEzODQ0NDUwMjE4MzkyOTg6MjExNTgzMDE5NTM2NzQ0MA/

In honor of Albrecht Dürer’s birthday we’re live with Freyda Spira from the Department of Drawings and Prints to learn about Dürer’s work and etchings.

Courtesy: The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

 Paris: an immersive digital exhibition on Gustav Klimt.

https://www.facebook.com/Golem13.fr/videos/2220499704650606/UzpfSTEzODQ0NDUwMjE4MzkyOTg6MjExMjE1MDA3NTczNTQ1Mg/

 Courtesy: GOLEM13

We’ve seen their works in museums and books, but there’s something special about watching a great artist at work. Watch 9 Iconic artists at work. Vintage video footage of Picasso, Matisse, Kandinsky, Renoir, Monet, Escher & more.

 http://www.openculture.com/2018/05/9-iconic-artists-at-work.html

Biography of Claude Monet: Famous Artists for Children

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ah5g2M14oUM

 Claude Monet is sometimes known as the father of French Impressionism. He is a very famous artist who created thousands of paintings in what was, at the time, a new and exciting style. Some of his most famous artworks are his paintings of water lilies and the Japanese footbridge from his garden, as well as his paintings of poplars, haystacks, and more.