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Anna Styrc

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Beautiful painting with fascinating iridescent quality, it lights up the room.

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29-Aug-2016

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Andre Dluhos

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Good, very efficient
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26-Aug-2016

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Lesley Blackburn

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Beautiful painting - just what I wanted

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Anon
25-Aug-2016

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  • New Malvern Theatres Exhibition - August 22 - October 8th 2016

    What makes artists want to paint? From the earliest age toddlers are fascinated by making marks. It is the most natural of all childhood activities, and their interest is spurred by the rest of the extended family applauding their crude attempts at representing Mum, Dad or themselves. Everybody does art in school, but for most people, the activity stops when they leave education. But for some, it becomes a need which drives them to practice their art further.
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  • What Is 'Fauvism'?

    The Turning Road, L'Estaque – Andre Derain Fauvism is one of the most influential styles in contemporary art, whether today's artists are fully aware of it or not. The 'wild beasts' of Fauvism radicalised colour and form, and inspired the next generation of young artists to engage with their surroundings on a whole new level, changing art forever. Last month we looked at the trailer for the new film, Loving Vincent.
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    The Culture of Equine Art

    We have records of our relationship with horses ever since the beginning of society from murals in ancient Egypt to cave carvings in the South of France. There has been a strong presence of equine art throughout history that doesn't seem to be stopping. So what is it about these animals that make them so important to our culture and us? The first known wall carvings of horses are from around 30,000 BC. At this point in history, we were most likely to still be gazing at the creatures from afar, as the domestication of horses didn't actually happen until 3,000 BC.
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    Why Do We Really, Really Like Art?

    Creating and looking at art has been an important part of civilisation since its beginnings - from cave painting to fabulous costumes for fireside rituals. Today, most art resides on walls as canvases or as sculptures on pieces of furniture. Although its place in 21st century life has shifted, the most important thing has remained the same: we still have it because we like it.
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