The Travel Channel has launched a new show called, "Mysteries at the Museum." It seems as though there are always mysteries unraveling inside Vatican City. The Da Vinci Code has some fun with their story lines
stemming from this iconic location, but I wonder...what secrets and
mysteries lurk at the Vatican. A big mystery occurred to me when I
visited this landmark in 2008.…
Added by Charlotte Blanchard on November 29, 2010 at 3:00pm —
My Octavius flash drive pendant was featured in a treasury on Etsy! See it at http://tinyurl.com/38hlpbe
Added by Deborah Laun on November 27, 2010 at 11:41am —
Well, it seems that teaching is what is being sent to me by The Universe...I have been creating products for more years than I care to count...but I have also been teaching my craft that long. So.." I think" the decision has been made to pursue offering more workshops as I have so many requests to do so. I will be
lessening the load to create and sell...I currently do not have an outside "studio", I will be in pursuit of that ...If anyone has a space to rent out for workshops, I know… Continue
Added by jan Navales on November 26, 2010 at 8:29am —
Well as you know the holidays are here again and what better way to show
you care by buying your love ones a great piece of art work or hand
made jewelry or some great photography. Support you local artist and
come join us for a great night of live music and Art .
3 Bands for $3.00!!… Continue
Added by Jennifer Krawiec on November 25, 2010 at 10:30pm —
Having finished my French art
painting, “Eguisheim in Bloom,” I lingered on not quite ready to leave this lovely little village and found myself strolling down one of its back streets.
Although the scene is more subdued than my painting, “Eguisheim in Bloom,” it has its own special charm. The narrow cobblestone street is sheltered from a hot noonday sun and invites the traveler to enjoy the coolness of its… Continue
Added by Charlotte Blanchard on November 25, 2010 at 12:00am —
My name is Suzanne Curdt. My husband, Bob and I have partnered to combine our unique and individual talents to present to you The Delightful Devas. The Delightful Devas are a series of Light Beings that move readily between the physical and etheric worlds captured in a unique medium.
These original art works are available as Canvas Gallery Wraps ready for wall display. They are featured in a variety of sizes to grace your home or office.
Added by Suzanne E. Curdt on November 22, 2010 at 10:38pm —
Is it possible that my first visit to the Sistine Chapel, located in the Vatican which is the official home to the Pope, may be my last? The problem is real, the art is priceless. Each year over 4 million people stream through the Sistine Chapel to view the amazing Italian art
. Although our spirits may be pure, our bodies are
There is great concern for the damage caused by the sweat, breath and dust… Continue
Added by Charlotte Blanchard on November 22, 2010 at 11:49am —
New photos came in from Ad Display Sign Systems, the fabricator and installer of the new fantasy tree sculptures at Texas Children's Hospital's new West Campus facility. Group 1 (of 3) - "Tree family" is shown below. Check out a new web page:
Added by Peter W. Michel on November 20, 2010 at 11:46am —
today is website day...all other creative endeavors are on hold... I'm starting to re-do my website...,It needs a face lift , new art, paypal tabs ,new colors, words, statements, more pages...and so on and so on...,.I feel fortunate that i can do it myself..I learned to build it..now I have to try to r member how I did it..LOL..Well off to see the wizard....ME.
Added by jan Navales on November 19, 2010 at 2:08pm —
I recently visited the charming, little village of Eguisheim situated along the Alsace Wine Trail in France. Saying that it is “charming” seems like an understatement because the senses are overwhelmed with the sites and smells as I walked along the winding streets through this medieval village. Walking among the colorful half-timbered houses competing with a botanical array of fragrant flowers is almost too much to behold. In such a surreal surrounding it doesn’t take much imagination to… Continue
Added by Charlotte Blanchard on November 19, 2010 at 12:23am —
Added by Barbara Baum on November 18, 2010 at 11:41pm —
The colorful painted aluminum fantasy tree sculpltures for Texas Children's Hospital West Campus in Houston were completed today as the final touch up paint was added after days of rain. See more photos at http://www.petermichel.com/ChildrensHospital-Sculpture.html…
Added by Peter W. Michel on November 18, 2010 at 3:51pm —
Jewelry design is my outlet for developing my own ideas and a chance to work with my hands. I am an Industrial Designer by profession and jewelry has been a natural outgrowth of my passion for form and color, nature and natural materials, and my desire to create objects that are unique as well as useful. I look for stones and other items that are unusual and build the silver around them to accentuate the forms or express an idea. The silver is either sterling, created using traditional silver… Continue
Added by Deborah Laun on November 18, 2010 at 11:01am —
A sculpture exhibition in the South Gallery in conjunction with the Arts in Education Program runs thru February 4th. See details with photos, gallery floor plan, list of works with links to photos on my webpage:… Continue
Added by Peter W. Michel on November 17, 2010 at 6:30pm —
Tuesday..Nov ..what ever ...tough to r member what day it is or date. when one does not punch in and punch out...
I'm finally back on track and have items listed on ebay again ...under myfabricart....soon to be listed on my own website as soon as I can get to it...also myfabricart with the .com...things are hopping in my art world...all good...
Added by jan Navales on November 16, 2010 at 9:32am —
Circa 1981: In the Massena Observer Newsroom
My early professional career spent working as a reporter for the Massena Observer, the then-hometown newspaper of Massena, New York. In this shot, you'll note details that could only be signs of those times: Dedicated Word Processor (not a PC), 1980s cheap Casio digital wristwatch,… Continue
Added by Hubert Matson on November 15, 2010 at 10:00pm —
I am fortunate to live in the Northeast part of the U.S. where most houses have expansive attics. I went up in my attic the other day to look for an oil painting I had stored up there back a while ago. It took me a while pouring through all of my little treasures which I have accumulated over the years, but eventually I found my painting.
Coincidentally, the Duke of Devonshire was doing the same thing. Although he was slightly more successful in his attic finds than I was… Continue
Added by Charlotte Blanchard on November 15, 2010 at 1:28pm —
I am so excited about having my bracelet picked by Etsyhttp://www.etsy.com/treasury/4ce0c988adf56d91685f2ee2/something-new-something-blue-treasury
If you follow this link you will see it. I sold my first piece on Friday. A lady in California purchased a pair of earrings.
Apparently I have finally made some changes on my tags so that people can find my shop. It… Continue
Added by Cynthia Cameron Design on November 15, 2010 at 12:03pm —
Added by Barbara Baum on November 14, 2010 at 11:30pm —
ORANGE DAY LILY
I love the challenge of capturing the beauty of flowers in… Continue
Added by Mary Beth Hewitt on November 14, 2010 at 7:00pm —