- The Shell Ladies Of Margate By:-Samantha Gilmartin
From a distance you could be forgiven for mistaking some of Margate's most distinctive visitors for lonely brides standing sentinel on the seafront, their large white dresses and slightly achronistic bonnets creating a stark contrast with the grey, crumbling prom of the almost forgotten Kent seaside town.
- The Triumph Of The Baroque Style By:-Max Walker
Baroque is the expression of a civilization of awe-inspiring, splendid, magniloquent images exploited by the powerful to disguise a far different reality, dramatic and full of strife.
- Building an Opera House in Cyberspace By:-Maria Fuchs-Alcox
How can new technology help keep an eighteenth century art form alive and well in the twenty first century.
Opera's music, voices, and dramatic stories have stood the test of time, but in this media stuffed, fast-paced, screen-age of computer games, high-octane entertainment and attention deficiency how can you inject new life into an ancient art form to make it relevant to a whole new audience?
- Graffiti - When Art Becomes a Crime By:-Patrick Omari
As the train pulls into London Victoria train station and commuters arrive for another day's work in the city, those that look out of the window will notice a abundance of 'tags' that adorn the carriages and walls. Whether you love or hate graffiti and the various forms of graffiti art, the main issue with its critics is that it is illegal and the artist is therefore a criminal.
- Fine Art Prints - The Art of Selecting Fine Art By:-Sean Donahoe
Fine art prints are the perfect accent to any home decoration project. Even in this current housing climate, you can make your home really feel like a warm inviting environment with the correct selection of fine art that complements your wall space and furniture. This article will explore the considerations of proper selection of fine art prints to really make the most of your art selection.