WOW. I LOVE THS PAINTING FOR SOME REASON. ITS BEAUTIFUL AND IT JUST BRINGS OUT PURITY. ITS JUST VERY NATURAL. THE WAY THE BABIES HAND IS ON THE MOTHERS BREAST... ITS ADORABLE. MAYBE BECAUSE IM A MOM.....
this here is actually the whole piece with the angels included. its funny how it can be two completely different pieces but at the end its actually one piece. but i actually like the piece with just the angels alone. this whole piece doesnt bring out the little angels as much. the angels are to small in the bottom.
i found this image in the same place i did the previous one. and i also love this one. i love baseball. DODGERS AND ANGELS ARE MY TEAMS. i used to play softball back in high school. ( varsity of course since my freshman year). but DODGERS are out now. will see what happens with the angels!
Andy Warhol’s pioneering Pop Art defined a decade and a culture, distinguishing him as one of the most influential, creative and prolific artists of the 20th century. Originally the most sought-after commercial artist in New York, Warhol (1923 – 1987) is most known for his multiple images of Campbell’s Soup cans, Coke bottles, dollar bills and celebrities, which exalted the beauty within ordinary objects and familiar images. Working out of a studio called The Factory, he invented the silkscreening process which enabled him to mass produce a single image in his signature style. Warhol was also a talented filmmaker, music producer, commercial illustrator, author and magazine publisher.
when i saw these i fell in love with it. i LOVE SHOES!
hey everyone. well i went to the denver art museum on saturday(free day) and to me it was kind of boring, until i went up to the third floor. it had all this amazing stuff from mexico, central america, all those places on that side of the earth. but any ways i tought it ws crazy stuff. the way they carved stuff and i can only wonder what they were thinking as they were carving and sculpturing all that stuff. the cool part was when they were giving away those books. i got three real cool books of art. thanks art meseum:) i hope to go again soon and finish seeing the rest of thne stuff they have there. see you guys at school tomorrow.
Hey everyone i posted these pictures of Goddess women. For some reason i had them in another folder where but anyways ive changed them to this other folder so u ll can see them. Hope u like them. I posted these cause i live the whole idea of a women being stronger than men in some way. And well these were pretty, and strong women. so like i said hope u like them and let me know what u think.
Athena was the daughter of Zeus and Metis. But there was a problem, Zeus checked up on Metis and found out that if he had a son by her this son would be mightier than him (you know, the same way he was greater than his daddy and his daddy was greater than his grandpa). So he tricked Metis and ended up swallowing her when she turned into a fly and figured she was no longer a threat. However, Metis was pregnant with Athena and when Athena was born, this turned into quite a problem. Soon Zeus was plagued with killer headaches and he ran to Hephaestus (Smith God) and begged him to open his head. Hephaestus did as he was told, and out popped Athena, full grown and ready for battle! Zeus giving birth to Athena, by Rudolph Tegner, 1873-1950
Hera, by Susan Seddon Boulet. Hera is most well known for being the wife of Zeus and the Queen of the Gods. Surprise, surprise! She has her own page. She was also the youngest daughter of Rhea and Cronus. Her bird is the peacock, and in almost every myth she is portrayed as being maliciously jealous. But it must also be remembered that she was the Protector of Marriage. It is believed by some scholars that she earned her bad reputation by being combined with a similar Phoenecian goddess. Read more about Hera.
The Pearls of Aphrodite, by Herbert Draper.Aphrodite was the Goddess of Love and Beauty. She's definitely important enough to have her own page. According to The Odyssey she was the daughter of Zeus and Dione, other myths speak of her as springing from the blood of Uranus after Cronus castrated him, and floating on the sea to Greece, where she was met by the Three Graces. She was a great grandmother of another God, Dionysus (who she also had a child by). She was married to Hephaestus, the Smith God, but she lusted after Ares, the much disliked God of War. She was also the patron Goddess of Prostitutes. Read more about Aphrodite.