Fashion As Art

Often we limit our definition of art to paintings and sculpture, but it is so much more, and it is wonderful to be exposed to it in an unexpected way. In a stunning exhibition of Oscar de la Renta’s designs at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, clothing is art influenced by nature, art history, […]

via Fashion as Art — Lulu’s Musings

Water Color Ideas From The Art Lab

Heyyyyy, guys, and welcome back to Art Lab! Today I’m going to show you three super simple and fun techniques for creating art with watercolors. These ideas are great for art-starters, warm-ups, or even as finished pieces. I used ATCs for my canvas, but you can use whatever paper you like (though watercolor paper works […]

via The Art Lab, Episode 34: Watercolor Art — A Farm Girls Life

This is a great idea!

La REcyclerie, located in a former railway station on the Petite Ceinture trainline in Paris, is somewhat of an ode to the three Rs – Reduce, Reuse and Recycle. Housed in the old Ornano train station, La REcyclerie is a multi-purpose venue – café, bar, restaurant, urban farm and educational and creative centre – with a focus […]

via La REcyclerie: Paris lays on the “green” charm with a repurposed train station — Life & Soul Magazine

The Met

Venue: Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York City Lens: Nikkor 50 mm f/1.4 Music: Luciano Pavarotti – Nessun dorma (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UMsqjXv9aJk) The Metropolitan Museum of Art, or simply the Met, can best be described as the American Louvre (from the European perspective at least). It is the largest art museum in the United States and hosts […]

via US art: the Met — kirilson photography

New Zealand Street Art

I’m not really into street art but I’ve always thought that it can be an interesting form of expression. I might not always get it all the time but some of these street arts look so good that I’m just amazed at the artists’ talents in bringing it out on different types of canvases. The […]

via Finding Street Art in New Zealand — Lifetomyfullest