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A matter of still life and death in Guildhall Art Gallery exhibition – The Guardian

Death is everywhere among the roses in an initially charmingly pretty but increasingly disconcerting exhibition, the first at Guildhall Art Gallery devoted to still life art: the lovely flowers are there, but so are bloody hunks of raw meat, a bullet fashioned from human bone and a cobwebby skull made from dust. Its death. Its always been all about death, the curator Michael Petry said cheerfully.

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Aug
27

tattoo | eBay

How Do You Apply a Henna Tattoo? Clean with skin with mild soap and water to remove dirt and debris, then put on a pair of gloves before handling the henna tattoo paste or cream.

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Aug
27

Conor McGregor’s Tattoos: Meaning of Fighter’s Ink on Chest, Back & More – Heavy.com

Conor McGregor has added a few tattoos to his collection since he started his career.

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Aug
27

Sawchuk’s greatness celebrated with tattoo – NHL.com

“We started out small, but when I talked to Brent, he said he’d rather do it the size of a softball so he could get the detail of the mask in,” Jerry Sawchuk says with a laugh. “We talked about incorporating my dad’s jersey No. 1 in it and it just got bigger

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Aug
27

Master of ink – The Register-Guard

Joshua Carlton cant sleep. His brain keeps him up, swirling with questions he needs to answer or an image he needs to paint.

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Aug
27

Changing the way people see art – The San Diego Union-Tribune

A small group of friends and neighbors were gathered around a backyard fire pit in 2011, and realized they each had a set of skills that could be put to good use, collectively. They used that backfence gathering to establish The Backfence Society, a Vista non-profit that produces interactive art events around the city and connecting artists to the community. Our goal is to bring people together through interactive, approachable, authentic art experiences reflective of the community, said Sarah Spinks, president of the non-profit

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Aug
27

Naked models become living art at S. Korea festival – Arab News

DAEGU, Korea: The bodies of dozens of female models were turned into living canvases at a festival in Seoul this weekend, as delicate brush strokes and flamboyant illustrations covered up their bare skin.Near-naked women wearing only panties and strategically placed pieces of tape on their breasts packed the 2017 Daegu International Bodypainting Festival, surrounded by teams of artists and onlookers.Top artists from across the world took part in the event South Koreas southeastern city, as their female subjects strutted across the stage in high heeled shoes and exotic headdresses to display their dazzling body art before the cameras.Ive never been naked anywhere but around my husband, American participant Neome Mullenberg told AFP as artists, equipped with spray paint and brushes, diligently worked on her body.The weirdest part is that I feel like Im fully clothed, Mullenberg said, adding that the camera flashes and gazes from strangers did not bother her.Its amazing how paint can make you feel like youre clothed.In just six hours, the models were turned into walking works of art as they strutted down an open air stage in front of hundreds of spectators.One model was transformed into an elegant blue and green peacock, while another looked as if she had just popped out of a fantasy novel, adorned with a pharaoh-like headpiece and with images of the Greek gods painted on her body.Italian artist Anna Chapovalov said recommendations from her colleagues and photos from previous events were enough to get her to jump on a plane from Austin, Texas for this years festival.I loved how the event was organized. Its worth it, Chapovalov said.The artists, who compete for cash prizes, are judged on a range of criteria including the use of color, painting techniques and originality. DAEGU, Korea: The bodies of dozens of female models were turned into living canvases at a festival in Seoul this weekend, as delicate brush strokes and flamboyant illustrations covered up their bare skin.Near-naked women wearing only panties and strategically placed pieces of tape on their breasts packed the 2017 Daegu International Bodypainting Festival, surrounded by teams of artists and onlookers.Top artists from across the world took part in the event South Koreas southeastern city, as their female subjects strutted across the stage in high heeled shoes and exotic headdresses to display their dazzling body art before the cameras.Ive never been naked anywhere but around my husband, American participant Neome Mullenberg told AFP as artists, equipped with spray paint and brushes, diligently worked on her body.The weirdest part is that I feel like Im fully clothed, Mullenberg said, adding that the camera flashes and gazes from strangers did not bother her.Its amazing how paint can make you feel like youre clothed.In just six hours, the models were turned into walking works of art as they strutted down an open air stage in front of hundreds of spectators.One model was transformed into an elegant blue and green peacock, while another looked as if she had just popped out of a fantasy novel, adorned with a pharaoh-like headpiece and with images of the Greek gods painted on her body.Italian artist Anna Chapovalov said recommendations from her colleagues and photos from previous events were enough to get her to jump on a plane from Austin, Texas for this years festival.I loved how the event was organized.

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Aug
27

North-east swimmer carries Queen’s Baton during its final appearance at military tattoo – Aberdeen Evening Express

A North-east swimming star was one of two athletes to take the honour of carrying the Queens Baton as it made its final appearance at the Edinburgh Royal Military Tattoo.

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Aug
27

For The Love Of God, Do Not Pay For The Mayweather-McGregor Fight – Deadspin

Theres a fascinating boxing match on TV tonight between a faded, formerly great champion and a younger brawler with limited skills, but enough about the Cotto-Kamegai match on HBO. Instead of watching a real fight, millions will tune in for a glorified staring match between a middle-aged, retired, three-time ex-con and a semi-sentient growth protruding out of an oversized gorilla tattoo.

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Aug
27

September First Friday Art Trail at the Buddy Holly Center – EverythingLubbock.com

Photo provided by the Buddy Holly Center Photo provided by the Buddy Holly Center LUBBOCK, TX (NEWS RELEASE) – Friday, September 1, 2017 the Buddy Holly Center invites the community to participate in Lubbocks First Friday Art Trail, a program of LHUCA (the Louise Hopkins Underwood Center for the Arts). Held on the first Friday of every month in venues around the city, galleries, restaurants and businesses open FREE of charge to display local and regional visual and performing art. A free trolley service to and from venues will be offered in the downtown area

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