Archives For Art


1. Max Brand, Untitled (2013).
Photo: courtesy of Jacky Strenz.

Max Brand, Untitled (2013). Photo: courtesy of Jacky Strenz.

2. The artist shown here is David Walker.

Street-art tours around the world

3. Herakut is part of the Urban Legends Art Showcased in Downtown LA

4. Taken by Photographer Clark Little

5. Emerald Lake in the crater of an extinct volcano. Tongariro National Park – NewZealand

6. Daylight Nightlight by Tommy Richardsen

7. Found on quora.com

What is the most amazing photograph you have ever taken? - Quora Rakesh Ranjan, Mera Jeevan, Quora Kaagaz Votes by Quora User, Natalie Svensson, Hapon Nesa, Yl Zh, (more) 938   Observatory on clouds. (Udaipur, India):

8. Found on webdesignerdepot.com: Weirdest clouds that you’ll ever see (2009)

9. Joseph Sparks –  Fire in the Sky – This one was taken in Lowell, AR during one of the most amazing sunsets I have ever seen

10. Twisted Om Yoga: Mindful Moon Watching Tomcat


‘The Prophecy’: Photographer captures terrifying vision of future

Photographer Fabrice Monteiro has teamed up with costume designer Doulsy to create a photo series with a strong message. Capturing haunting pictures of the world's diminishing environmental state, the series, titled "The Prophecy," highlights global concerns from ocean waste to careless consumer culture.


N.C. Wyeth artwork taken from Portland apartment in 2013


“Beauty of the Nile” may have had ancient makeover

The bust of Nefertiti is reflected in an exhibition room in Berlin's Altes Museum in this August 12, 2005 file photo. REUTERS/Tobias Schwarz


The Forgotten Master: Jean-Honoré

This is what I see…Felina Silver Robinson

Women

Beautiful

Watchers

Followers

Wanting

Inhibited

Uninhibited

Promiscuous

Tempting

Free

Foreboding

Fearful

Men

Dirty

Overbearing

Intimidating

Wanting

Wishing

Desiring

Hovering

Lurking

Learing


Proposal would add 1 month of instruction to school year for nearly 23K students

classroom


Not Just another day at the by Today I enjoyed spending time with my children and my husband. What a day it was.  The competition part of the sculpting event had actually completed yesterday, but the sculptures were all still in place. Parking took 30 minutes to come by, but it was more than worth the wait.  Upon entry on the beach we saw amazingly strung kites almost invisibly floating among the white puffy clouds.  People of all types, families, couples, groups of friends, you name it they were there. Packed like cattle. Some oblivious to the event but enjoying the beach. Kite flyers happy for the perfect weather. Vendors awaiting their crowds. Of course we had to enjoy some fried dough. There were groups and groups of people fighting for a spot to take their pictures. Band music playing in the background while the sun and the humidity pounded down on its prey. None of this matters as long as you got what you came for and I share with you all that I was able to capture. I hope you enjoy the array! Photos and Story by Felina Silver Robinson IMG_0258 IMG_0259 IMG_0262 IMG_0265 IMG_0266 IMG_0267 IMG_0271 IMG_0276 IMG_0281 IMG_0282 IMG_0283 IMG_0284 IMG_0288 IMG_0298 IMG_0300 IMG_0301 IMG_0306 IMG_0307 IMG_0309 IMG_0311 IMG_0314 IMG_0316 IMG_0318 IMG_0320  photo 1 (4) photo 1 (5) photo 2 (1) photo 2 (2) photo 3 (1) photo 3 (2)