Painting

Wayne State University’s CFPCA: Be Inspired. Wayne State University’s CFPCA: Be Inspired.

Where does inspiration come from? How do you find that creative idea? And how do you keep it alive? At Wayne State University’s College of Fine, Performing and Communication Arts, inspiration is around every turn, in every nook, on every rooftop and at every street corner. Here, you’ll take what you already know and get…

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Painting Wheels, Exhaust, Headlight & More! – Soviet Ball Tank “Sharotank” (Miniart 1/35) Painting Wheels, Exhaust, Headlight & More! – Soviet Ball Tank “Sharotank” (Miniart 1/35)

What’s up everyone! This episode will be about painting small details and oh, boy… shit’s about to hit the fan. Let’s start with the machine guns because, I don’t know, let’s just start with them. I’m gonna mix a dark steel color almost the same as in the chipping video. Five parts black, two parts…

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Artist Dóra Maurer at Tate Modern | TateShots Artist Dóra Maurer at Tate Modern | TateShots

I never wanted to be an artist. I wanted to be a gardener or working in a forest. I was born before the Second World War in the last month in 1937 and as I was three or four the family has seen that I have some talent. ‘Oh, that child will be an artist’.…

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The Renaissance: Was it a Thing? – Crash Course World History #22 The Renaissance: Was it a Thing? – Crash Course World History #22

Hi, I’m John Green, This is Crash Course: World History and today we’re going to talk about something that ought to be controversial: The Renaissance. So you probably already know about the Renaissance thanks to the work of noted teenage mutant ninja turtles Leonardo, Michelangelo, Donatello, and Raphael. But that isn’t the whole story. Mr.…

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Leon Botstein: Art Now (Aesthetics Across Music, Painting, Architecture, Movies, and More.) Leon Botstein: Art Now (Aesthetics Across Music, Painting, Architecture, Movies, and More.)

Hi, my name is Leon Botstein. I’m president of Bard College and I’m a musician and a historian of music. My subject today is the arts and art and what is it and why should we study it. Why is it part of university curriculum? Why is it something that an undergraduate student should worry…

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The Case for Jackson Pollock | The Art Assignment | PBS Digital Studios The Case for Jackson Pollock | The Art Assignment | PBS Digital Studios

[MUSIC PLAYING] NARRATOR: In 1947, Jackson Pollock started dripping, flinging, scattering, and pouring paint onto canvases spread across the floor. Some thought it was lunacy, but the most influential voices thought it genius. That’s the legacy that has prevailed. That’s why you’ve heard of him and see his work in museums. That’s why a single…

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AMERICAN WATERCOLOR SOCIETY Painting Demo Andy Evansen, AWS AMERICAN WATERCOLOR SOCIETY Painting Demo Andy Evansen, AWS

oh this is a good crowd thanks everyone for coming out tonight I'm gonna go ahead and get started pretty quickly on the actual painting so I have a kind of a fighters chance of getting close to finishing this for you when I'm teaching my workshops I talk about these value studies quite a…

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John Ross. How to paint like a socialist John Ross. How to paint like a socialist

hey there welcome back to another episode of how to paint like a feminist this your first time joining us I'd like to invite you to pull up a chair and ask your transgender Franz Xavier pull one up with you as well he's confused I'm confused now we're all confused have a little confusion…

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