• Animator Vs. Cartoonist Draw Studio Ghibli Characters From Memory
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    Animator Vs. Cartoonist Draw Studio Ghibli Characters From Memory

    hey I’m Kira hey I’m butch creator of fairly oddparents Danny fan on the tuff puppy and Bunsen is a beast on Nickelodeon and today we’re drawing Studio Ghibli characters from memory and be sure to stick around at the end of the video to find out how you can enter for a chance to win this Wacom Intuos tablet courtesy of our good friends at welcome creative there’s two free creative software downloads and pistachios it doesn’t come with pistachios it’s the colors pistachio I think everyone’s gonna get mad at me I’ve always seen a limited number of Miyazaki films I appreciate what he’s done but I’m tremendously…

  • Wayne Willis Art Exhibit
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    Wayne Willis Art Exhibit

    The spirit of Wayne Willis can be felt with each exploding covey rise of Kansas quail. Willis, a Kansas Native Son, was considered by many to be the best quail painter of all time. He’s gone now, but he left a lasting tribute to the outdoors through his acclaimed art. And for a limited time, a visit to Coutts Memorial Museum of Art in El Dorado opens a door to the world that Willis loved. A Kansas hunter and conservationist, this man with a talent for art spent 60 years bringing to life his favorite subjects. A formal scholarship to the Kansas City Art Institute was interrupted briefly by his…

  • Rare Van Gogh, Rockwell Paintings Uncovered
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    Rare Van Gogh, Rockwell Paintings Uncovered

    Two paintings with a lot of history have just recently been unearthed. El Mundo reports tax collectors in Spain found a lost painting — a van Gogh work dating back to 1889, according to art experts. Seals on the back indicate it has belonged to three different museums during its history. The painting, titled “Cypress Sky and Country,” was found in a Spanish tax offender’s safety deposit box after it had been missing for almost 40 years. Nazis had taken the painting from a Dutch museum during their occupation of the Netherlands. One of the painting’s seals lists its last location as a museum in Vienna, Austria. It’s unknown how…

  • Artistic Therapist | Everyday Hero
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    Artistic Therapist | Everyday Hero

    do you have a favorite piece of your own / like Picasso you know but I’m more curious of your own of my own ceramic crock anything to keep it um I mean I’m really digging on the canvas things that I show you the hallway better it’s just started you guys are going to see olives in the field so that was a new thing so my latest paintings and drawings are a little bit more medically higher so yeah trying to combine my passion so that drawing that I showed you the same tomorrow we’re having make some head in the blue and canary you needed blood yeah…

  • Approaching Art: Princeton University Art Museum (long version)
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    Approaching Art: Princeton University Art Museum (long version)

    [Music] James Steward: We wanted to answer the question of why an individual work of art matters. — why someone who isn’t a specialist in the discipline ought to find something engaging, how does it relate to its moment, how does it speak to the career output of the artist in question distinct from it being simply an object in a vacuum? I think one of the real challenges in contending with art from the past, especially from cultures that seem quite remote from our own, is the challenge of bringing the original work of art back to life. And instead of simply talking or telling people verbally about the…

  • The Value Song | Art Songs | Scratch Garden
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    The Value Song | Art Songs | Scratch Garden

    Well,you may know about color, also called a hue But today we’re gonna talk about: VALUE! So, here’s the color wheel, umm yeah you know And here is black and white, well where do they go? They don’t have a spot, but you add them to: ANY color on the wheel or all of them too! Let’s try. Let’s try: Just take any color and then add black Good job, now the color is dark A color that is darker is also called a shade Mix black and red and maroon is made! I said color that is darker is also called a shade Mix black and red and maroon…

  • The Museum Of Bad Art
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    The Museum Of Bad Art

    In the greenery of Cape Cod, an auspicious black tie affair, appropriate for those who’ve never been able to tie one of the things. At last, a bold new collection that celebrates artistic flops, failures and foul-ups, brought to you by the Museum of Bad Art, known to its affectionate followers as MOBA. This is MOBA’s Mona Lisa. It’s the first painting in the collection, and the one that we are the most, obviously the most proud of. The museum’s curator, antique collector and art school drop out Scott Wilson, found ‘Lucy in the Field with Flowers’ in a rubbish bin one night four years ago. She seems to be…

  • Charles White: A Retrospective | MoMA EXHIBITION
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    Charles White: A Retrospective | MoMA EXHIBITION

    Announcer: Live from New York, Tonight with Belafonte. Harry: My relationship with Charlie, I was not just an acquaintance. Our survival was dependent on one another. When you look at Charlie White, and you look at the faces of black people, there’s a serenity. There’s always a strength in his characters. The limbs of the black subject is always powerfully displayed. Strong arms. When the good fortune hit I got my own space to command my time on television, I overdid it with a Charlie White. ♪ I don’t want no bald headed woman, She too mean, Lord, Lordy well she too mean ♪ It shook up television because you…

  • I Tested The RAREST Paint Colors To Ever Exist…
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    I Tested The RAREST Paint Colors To Ever Exist…

    Hey. What’s up? How’s it going? I don’t know. I don’t know what to do with my hands on the intros, so I’m like Heh heh heh heh! So recently I was one of five million people to have watched this video about all the crazy and extreme ways that oil paints used to be made. And I didn’t know this but apparently, they would crush up literally thousands and thousands of shellfish to get a certain color, or they would use straight-up poison to make colors, and there was even one paint that was made using, and I am not kidding, this is real, crushed-up mummies. You heard me…