Daily Archive: October 4, 2021


Sep. 27—How did the project start? I’d say I started drawing very early. As far as I can remember, as soon as I was able to draw, color and hold a pencil, I was creating. I remember spending hours at the kitchen table, just drawing whatever came to mind. It’s always been a part of my life.

What are three adjectives to describe your style? Lively, Expressive and emotional.

Walk us through your creative process. Does it vary, if so, how? Since I do my artwork with colored pencils, it’s very important to have the right kind for the job.

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Digital Artwork

Art & Entertainment,Art & Visual,Art & Culture,Art & Design,Digital Art PhotographyDigital Art Photography menggunakan Facebook. Of course, there are less economical reasons to buy artwork. Many collectors purchase art primarily based on their own aesthetic and emotional responses to the art work and the personal worth that they feel the art carries. They purchase it, merely, as a result of they adore it. For these collectors, the act of shopping for an paintings is deeply private. They buy works that they not only wish to have for themselves but in addition to share with these closest to them. It’s essential to keep in mind that art could be greater than … Read More

Chrysler Museum of Art exhibition celebrates 50 years of Norfolk’s Scope and its Italian designer, Pier Luigi Nervi

In 1960, people around the world marveled at that year’s Summer Olympics, the first to be commercially televised.

Fans watched athletes compete in the oval-shaped Stadio Flaminio, Rome’s new 30,000-seat stadium designed by Italian architect Pier Luigi Nervi and his son.

Norfolk civic leaders were watching too and were captivated by the stadium. In 1965, they tapped the man behind it to design Norfolk’s cultural and convention center for basketball championships, rock concerts, opera and theater: Scope.

Scope opened in November 1971. The building and nine other Nervi projects are the focus of the 50th anniversary exhibition, “Pier Luigi

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