• Me and my ARTistic life

    published: 19 May 2017
  • Welding An Artistic Life - Michelle Pentz - Hatteberg's People TV

    Michelle Pentz is one of those women you can't exactly define. With a strong out-going personality and 'art' flowing in her veins. This artist creates her own path, whether on a college campus or while welding a rusty pile of metal. She has taken her life's experiences, coupled them a positive outlook, and by 'welding' with a plasma cutter, she is creating artwork for the community and satisfying her creative urge at the same time. She is a woman on the cutting edge....of art and life.

    published: 03 Jun 2013
  • Having an artistic mind will change your life! | Naoko Tosa | TEDxKyotoUniversity

    As we go on with our busy lives, we cant appreciate the beauty around us. Having an artistic mind can help us see more than meets the eye. After receiving a PhD for Art and Technology Research from the University of Tokyo, she became a lecturer at Musashino Art University as well as a researcher at the Media Integration & Communication Labs in the Advanced Technology Research Labs (ATR). She was also a fellow at the Centre for Advanced Visual Studies at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) from 2002 to 2004. Currently, she is a professor at Kyoto University, and a visiting professor of the National University of Singapore. As an artist, Naoko Tosa believes in the artistic concept that "various cultures across the world are connected as one, since the ancient times of human hi...

    published: 06 Jul 2015
  • Art Chats With Linda Fisler Committing to an Artistic Life

    In this art chat, Linda Riesenberg Fisler chats with Lori Putnam about committing to an artistic life. Lori discusses her changing artistic career and her commitment to the arts. Other topics discussed include the importance of mentors, self study, and how teaching has made Lori the artist she is today. Lori also discusses tips for painting plein air and her love of plein air painting.

    published: 21 Nov 2014
  • Building an artistic life in 3D: Tracy Lee Stum at TEDxFoggyBottom

    Tracy Lee Stum demonstrates her mind-blowing artistic abilities with examples of her gorgeous paintings and a thought-provoking message. Tracy Lee Stum is an internationally recognized American chalk artist and street painter who specializes in spectacular, interactive 3d chalk art street paintings. A visionary and master in the chalk art world, Tracy's mind-blowing 3D images continue to 'wow', inspire and amaze viewers around the globe! In conjunction with supporting arts non-profits, Tracy's services also provide hands on workshops and demonstrations in an effort to promote street painting awareness and education globally. Tracy began street painting in 1998 and is considered by Madonnari peers, festival directors and viewers among the finest street painters today. Tracy has participat...

    published: 03 May 2014
  • Princeton Profiles: Kay Gabriel, exploring classical literature and an artistic life

    Kay Gabriel, a Princeton University doctoral student in classics, is focusing her research on tragedy and reception, as well as sexual violence in ancient Greek and Roman literature. Her love of poetry, baking and running complement and provide a release from her rigorous academic work. (Video by Danielle Alio, Office of Communications)

    published: 13 Jun 2016
  • Sean Scully Explores the Risks of Artistic Life

    The artist channeled arrogance and humility to achieve his goals. Question: How do you find the courage to struggle?Scully:    Well, if you have any option.  If there's a doubt, if you have other options, you know let say to be normal.  I would say that you definitely should those options.  So, you're only really become an artist when you are driven into it or as Yate says, when you are hurt into art and all artists in some way are wounded I think.  If you are compelled to be an artist, you will be an artist and I supposed I did it by having incredible amount of self-belief which comes from tremendous amount of arrogance and... but an arrogance is inform by a certain humility.  And you've got a sense your own irrelevance because we are all replaceable and if you understand that you're fre...

    published: 24 Apr 2012
  • Thomas Jefferson in Paris: Political, Scientific & Artistic Life - Sally Hemings (1997)

    Jefferson was sent by the Confederation Congress to Europe to join Benjamin Franklin and John Adams as ministers for purposes of negotiating commercial trade agreements with England, Spain, and France. Since Jefferson's wife Martha had died two years previous, friends noted that the widower Jefferson seemed so depressed that he might be suicidal and believed that sending him to France would also take his mind off his wife's death. Taking his young daughter Patsy and two servants, they departed from Boston on July 5, 1784, landing on the Isle of Wight on July 26. After numerous stops, they arrived in Paris on August 6. During the voyage, Jefferson taught himself how to read and write Spanish. Richard Henry Lee had also been considered for Minister to France but both Franklin and Lafayette,...

    published: 13 Jan 2015
  • Episode 3 Artistic Life

    A profile of painter Clem Curtis

    published: 11 Apr 2013
  • Living for God throughout your artistic life: More than your art

    http://thekaiprogram.com Typically, when we think about integrating our faith and art, we focus on message. But the artistic life is bigger than the art piece. It includes who we are and how we do accomplish things pertaining to our art. How do we live for God in those areas?

    published: 07 Aug 2015
  • 7 years of my artistic life in 3min - Berlin based Artist/ Illustrator

    Still tying to figure out how to present my work in a different way. This are some of my illustrations I did in the pas 7 years. Hope you enjoy! Best, Agi www.agneskrpatience.com

    published: 28 Feb 2016
  • Pillole Artistic del Lunedì sera - Artistic Life Community

    Artistic Life Community presenta: Pillole Artistic del Lunedì Sera Perché avere un domani migliore è possibile! Strumenti per risolvere problemi pratici * Comunicare efficacemente con se stessi * Comunicare efficacemente con gli altri * Comunicare facendo una buona prima impressione e mantenerla * Comunicare e parlare davanti agli altri senza imbarazzarsi * Comunicare con se stessi per gestire bene il tempo Visita il sito www.artisticlife.it

    published: 18 Jan 2013
  • Les Caftans [Artistic Life]

    Voici ma 1re vidéo catégorie artistique. Merci à toutes les personnes aillant participé de près ou de loin à ce projet. Follow me: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/vivienyoulou FaceBook: https://www.facebook.com/YoulousReality/

    published: 28 Apr 2017
  • The Artistic Life of Nancy Graves

    Art appreciation Final Project

    published: 07 May 2011
  • Auseinanderbau und Zusammenbau der Artistic Life 208

    Airbrushpistole Zusammenbau

    published: 01 May 2017
  • The Zen of Creativity Cultivating Your Artistic Life

    published: 30 Apr 2016
Me and my ARTistic life

Me and my ARTistic life

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  • Updated: 19 May 2017
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https://wn.com/Me_And_My_Artistic_Life
Welding An Artistic Life - Michelle Pentz - Hatteberg's People TV

Welding An Artistic Life - Michelle Pentz - Hatteberg's People TV

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  • Updated: 03 Jun 2013
  • views: 14128
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Michelle Pentz is one of those women you can't exactly define. With a strong out-going personality and 'art' flowing in her veins. This artist creates her own path, whether on a college campus or while welding a rusty pile of metal. She has taken her life's experiences, coupled them a positive outlook, and by 'welding' with a plasma cutter, she is creating artwork for the community and satisfying her creative urge at the same time. She is a woman on the cutting edge....of art and life.
https://wn.com/Welding_An_Artistic_Life_Michelle_Pentz_Hatteberg's_People_Tv
Having an artistic mind will change your life! | Naoko Tosa | TEDxKyotoUniversity

Having an artistic mind will change your life! | Naoko Tosa | TEDxKyotoUniversity

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  • Updated: 06 Jul 2015
  • views: 833
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As we go on with our busy lives, we cant appreciate the beauty around us. Having an artistic mind can help us see more than meets the eye. After receiving a PhD for Art and Technology Research from the University of Tokyo, she became a lecturer at Musashino Art University as well as a researcher at the Media Integration & Communication Labs in the Advanced Technology Research Labs (ATR). She was also a fellow at the Centre for Advanced Visual Studies at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) from 2002 to 2004. Currently, she is a professor at Kyoto University, and a visiting professor of the National University of Singapore. As an artist, Naoko Tosa believes in the artistic concept that "various cultures across the world are connected as one, since the ancient times of human history, at an unconscious level, and thus overcoming nationalism". Connecting this concept to a computer, she has created a new concept called "Cultural Computing", creating a new frontier of art products to lead society to a richer future. Website: http://www.naokotosa.com/ This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx
https://wn.com/Having_An_Artistic_Mind_Will_Change_Your_Life_|_Naoko_Tosa_|_Tedxkyotouniversity
Art Chats With Linda Fisler Committing to an Artistic Life

Art Chats With Linda Fisler Committing to an Artistic Life

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  • Updated: 21 Nov 2014
  • views: 2989
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In this art chat, Linda Riesenberg Fisler chats with Lori Putnam about committing to an artistic life. Lori discusses her changing artistic career and her commitment to the arts. Other topics discussed include the importance of mentors, self study, and how teaching has made Lori the artist she is today. Lori also discusses tips for painting plein air and her love of plein air painting.
https://wn.com/Art_Chats_With_Linda_Fisler_Committing_To_An_Artistic_Life
Building an artistic life in 3D: Tracy Lee Stum at TEDxFoggyBottom

Building an artistic life in 3D: Tracy Lee Stum at TEDxFoggyBottom

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  • Duration: 8:23
  • Updated: 03 May 2014
  • views: 1439
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Tracy Lee Stum demonstrates her mind-blowing artistic abilities with examples of her gorgeous paintings and a thought-provoking message. Tracy Lee Stum is an internationally recognized American chalk artist and street painter who specializes in spectacular, interactive 3d chalk art street paintings. A visionary and master in the chalk art world, Tracy's mind-blowing 3D images continue to 'wow', inspire and amaze viewers around the globe! In conjunction with supporting arts non-profits, Tracy's services also provide hands on workshops and demonstrations in an effort to promote street painting awareness and education globally. Tracy began street painting in 1998 and is considered by Madonnari peers, festival directors and viewers among the finest street painters today. Tracy has participated as an invited featured artist in many festivals and events in the US and internationally where her paintings have won numerous awards & accolades -- she currently holds a Guinness World Record for the largest street painting by an individual, which was set in 2006. Experienced at multi-city campaigns for clients such as Cadillac, SoBe and Dos Equis, her services also offer new media applications incorporating animation and Augmented Reality (4D). "SimplyZinhle Production" - Filming and production directed by Zinhle Essamuah. http://simplyzinhle.com In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience. At a TEDx event, TEDTalks video and live speakers combine to spark deep discussion and connection in a small group. These local, self-organized events are branded TEDx, where x = independently organized TED event. The TED Conference provides general guidance for the TEDx program, but individual TEDx events are self-organized.* (*Subject to certain rules and regulations)
https://wn.com/Building_An_Artistic_Life_In_3D_Tracy_Lee_Stum_At_Tedxfoggybottom
Princeton Profiles: Kay Gabriel, exploring classical literature and an artistic life

Princeton Profiles: Kay Gabriel, exploring classical literature and an artistic life

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  • Updated: 13 Jun 2016
  • views: 654
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Kay Gabriel, a Princeton University doctoral student in classics, is focusing her research on tragedy and reception, as well as sexual violence in ancient Greek and Roman literature. Her love of poetry, baking and running complement and provide a release from her rigorous academic work. (Video by Danielle Alio, Office of Communications)
https://wn.com/Princeton_Profiles_Kay_Gabriel,_Exploring_Classical_Literature_And_An_Artistic_Life
Sean Scully Explores the Risks of Artistic Life

Sean Scully Explores the Risks of Artistic Life

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  • Updated: 24 Apr 2012
  • views: 529
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The artist channeled arrogance and humility to achieve his goals. Question: How do you find the courage to struggle?Scully:    Well, if you have any option.  If there's a doubt, if you have other options, you know let say to be normal.  I would say that you definitely should those options.  So, you're only really become an artist when you are driven into it or as Yate says, when you are hurt into art and all artists in some way are wounded I think.  If you are compelled to be an artist, you will be an artist and I supposed I did it by having incredible amount of self-belief which comes from tremendous amount of arrogance and... but an arrogance is inform by a certain humility.  And you've got a sense your own irrelevance because we are all replaceable and if you understand that you're free but if your ego it becomes so rigid and desperate and fragile and battled, insistent, rigid you won't, you won't get through because you'll break.  You got to be like a tree that bends.
https://wn.com/Sean_Scully_Explores_The_Risks_Of_Artistic_Life
Thomas Jefferson in Paris: Political, Scientific & Artistic Life - Sally Hemings (1997)

Thomas Jefferson in Paris: Political, Scientific & Artistic Life - Sally Hemings (1997)

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  • Updated: 13 Jan 2015
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Jefferson was sent by the Confederation Congress to Europe to join Benjamin Franklin and John Adams as ministers for purposes of negotiating commercial trade agreements with England, Spain, and France. Since Jefferson's wife Martha had died two years previous, friends noted that the widower Jefferson seemed so depressed that he might be suicidal and believed that sending him to France would also take his mind off his wife's death. Taking his young daughter Patsy and two servants, they departed from Boston on July 5, 1784, landing on the Isle of Wight on July 26. After numerous stops, they arrived in Paris on August 6. During the voyage, Jefferson taught himself how to read and write Spanish. Richard Henry Lee had also been considered for Minister to France but both Franklin and Lafayette, who was also speaking on behalf of France, preferred and requested that Jefferson succeed Franklin as Minister.[80][81] Four days after his arrival Jefferson rode out to Passy to greet his old friend Benjamin Franklin.[82] When the French foreign minister, the Count de Vergennes, commented to Jefferson, "You replace Monsieur Franklin, I hear," Jefferson replied, "I succeed him. No man can replace him."[83][84] Franklin resigned as Minister to France in March 1785 and Jefferson was appointed his successor.[74] Jefferson attended the ceremony held at Passy bidding farewell to Franklin, who departed for the United States on July 12, 1785.[85] Jefferson had Patsy educated at the Pentemont Abbey. While in France he taught her French and helped her with her studies. In January 1785, Lafayette, who had just arrived from America, broke the news to Jefferson that his daughter Lucy had recently died of whooping cough.[86] His two youngest daughters were in the care of friends in the United States.[15] To serve the household, Jefferson brought some of his slaves, including James Hemings, whom he had trained as a French chef.[87] In 1787, Jefferson sent for his youngest surviving child, Polly, then age nine. She was accompanied by Sally Hemings, a slave and younger sister of James. In 1786, Jefferson, through his artist friend John Trumbull, met and fell in love with Maria Cosway, an accomplished Italian-English artist and musician of 27. They saw each other frequently over a period of six weeks. A married woman, she returned to Great Britain, but they maintained a lifelong correspondence.[88] While in France he became a regular companion of Lafayette, who used his influence to help Jefferson procure trade agreements between America and France. Duties on whale oil were removed while Jefferson directed more of the tobacco trade directly to France instead of through British intermediaries.[80][81] He often dined with many of the city's most prominent people, and stocked up on wines to take back to the United States.[89] While in the city Jefferson corresponded with many people who had important roles in the imminent French Revolution including the Comte de Mirabeau, a popular pamphleteer who repeated ideals that had been the basis for the American Revolution.[90][91] While in Paris he wrote a letter to Edward Carrington expressing some of the ideals he held regarding the natural tendencies of government and its relationship to the people: "the natural process of things is for liberty to yield, and government to gain ground."[92][93][94] France was at the brink of Revolution, and Jefferson allowed his residence in Paris, the Hôtel de Langeac, to be used as a meeting place by Lafayette and other republicans. With revolution looming Jefferson often found his mail opened and inspected by various postmasters, so he began to write his important messages using a code and invented his own enciphering device, the 'Wheel Cipher'.[95] Jefferson would continue to write his important communications in codes throughout his public career.[96] Jefferson was in Paris during the beginning of the French revolution, including the storming of the Bastille.[97] Jefferson left Paris on September 26, 1789, intending to return after a brief return to his home. He would later be a firm supporter of the Revolution, although he was opposed to some of its very violent and bloody aspects. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thomas_Jefferson
https://wn.com/Thomas_Jefferson_In_Paris_Political,_Scientific_Artistic_Life_Sally_Hemings_(1997)
Episode 3 Artistic Life

Episode 3 Artistic Life

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  • Updated: 11 Apr 2013
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A profile of painter Clem Curtis
https://wn.com/Episode_3_Artistic_Life
Living for God throughout your artistic life: More than your art

Living for God throughout your artistic life: More than your art

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  • Updated: 07 Aug 2015
  • views: 114
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http://thekaiprogram.com Typically, when we think about integrating our faith and art, we focus on message. But the artistic life is bigger than the art piece. It includes who we are and how we do accomplish things pertaining to our art. How do we live for God in those areas?
https://wn.com/Living_For_God_Throughout_Your_Artistic_Life_More_Than_Your_Art
7 years of my artistic life in 3min - Berlin based Artist/ Illustrator

7 years of my artistic life in 3min - Berlin based Artist/ Illustrator

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  • Updated: 28 Feb 2016
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Still tying to figure out how to present my work in a different way. This are some of my illustrations I did in the pas 7 years. Hope you enjoy! Best, Agi www.agneskrpatience.com
https://wn.com/7_Years_Of_My_Artistic_Life_In_3Min_Berlin_Based_Artist_Illustrator
Pillole Artistic del Lunedì sera - Artistic Life Community

Pillole Artistic del Lunedì sera - Artistic Life Community

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  • Updated: 18 Jan 2013
  • views: 156
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Artistic Life Community presenta: Pillole Artistic del Lunedì Sera Perché avere un domani migliore è possibile! Strumenti per risolvere problemi pratici * Comunicare efficacemente con se stessi * Comunicare efficacemente con gli altri * Comunicare facendo una buona prima impressione e mantenerla * Comunicare e parlare davanti agli altri senza imbarazzarsi * Comunicare con se stessi per gestire bene il tempo Visita il sito www.artisticlife.it
https://wn.com/Pillole_Artistic_Del_Lunedì_Sera_Artistic_Life_Community
Les Caftans [Artistic Life]

Les Caftans [Artistic Life]

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  • Updated: 28 Apr 2017
  • views: 678
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Voici ma 1re vidéo catégorie artistique. Merci à toutes les personnes aillant participé de près ou de loin à ce projet. Follow me: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/vivienyoulou FaceBook: https://www.facebook.com/YoulousReality/
https://wn.com/Les_Caftans_Artistic_Life
The Artistic Life of Nancy Graves

The Artistic Life of Nancy Graves

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  • Updated: 07 May 2011
  • views: 894
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Art appreciation Final Project
https://wn.com/The_Artistic_Life_Of_Nancy_Graves
Auseinanderbau und Zusammenbau der Artistic Life 208

Auseinanderbau und Zusammenbau der Artistic Life 208

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  • Updated: 01 May 2017
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Airbrushpistole Zusammenbau
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The Zen of Creativity Cultivating Your Artistic Life

The Zen of Creativity Cultivating Your Artistic Life

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  • Updated: 30 Apr 2016
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