Saturday, September 25, 2021

Arts

What Do Chinese Opera Masks Represent?

Chinese opera masks may be a mystery to outsiders, but to lovers of Chinese opera who are familiar with Chinese arts, one look and...

How to Star on Instagram Using Low-Budget Filming Techniques

Using some low-budget filming techniques, your creativity will know no bounds. When you try to shackle yourself within the traditional and known ways, you...

For Mom on Mother’s Day: Make a Bouquet, Posy, or a Corsage as a Gift!

As a child, I remember making cards or painting a picture for my mom for Mother’s Day. When I became older and able to...

Luca Nuvoli: Creating Beauty Through Flowers, Their Meaning and Language

Art, in its many forms and shapes, is one of the ways human beings are able to express themselves and generate beauty. In this...

The History of Street Photography and Its Growing Popularity

Street photography is sometimes mistakenly thought to mean taking photos on the streets. This isn’t accurate. Street photography does not require a street or...

The Top 5 Traditional Chinese Painters

Painting is an area that has historically been dominated by European art for the past several centuries. As a result, there has been less...

Wang Hui, an Expert in Chinese Landscape Paintings

Wang Hui (1632 to 1717) was a Chinese artist who is well known for his landscape paintings. Inspired by the works of past masters,...

The Intricate Varieties of Chinese Sculpture Styles

Over the course of thousands of years, the Chinese have developed a mastery of the art of sculpture that is only rivaled by other...

Busting the Photography Myth of ‘Rule of Thirds’

If you have ever been interested in photography, you will have come across the "Rule of Thirds" concept that promises to make your every...

The Vanity of Humans: Caravaggio’s Narcissus

At a time when it seems that more and more people hold to a grandiose view of themselves, we would do well to look...
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