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A popular American ‘Pop Artist’ Roy Fox Lichtenstein or Roy Lichtenstein (October 27, 1923 – September 29, 1997) was born in New York City in an upper middle class family. Both sides of this conflict had their artists and poets, and this first painting (above), by Fritz Fuhrken was painted by a young German soldier … Continue reading “Body Artists For Hire Nationwide, UK”

A popular American ‘Pop Artist’ Roy Fox Lichtenstein or Roy Lichtenstein (October 27, 1923 – September 29, 1997) was born in New York City in an upper middle class family. Both sides of this conflict had their artists and poets, and this first painting (above), by Fritz Fuhrken was painted by a young German soldier who was captured in France towards the end of the war, and subsequently held in a Prisoner of War camp in Yorkshire, England. The painting is very simple, yet it readily conveys the horror of a tank under grenade attack during the Battle of Amiens. Fuhrken has used a wash of red paint as his background, and this helps the painting to convey a sense of danger, destruction and bloodshed. Brain-imaging studies by Dr. Pascal Berlin, of the Service Hospitalier Frederic Joliot in France, and more recently by Dr. Burkhard Maess at the Max Planck Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience, used PET and MEG scans to determine that areas peripheral to the left language regions of the brain are involved in processing the singing of single words. Additional imaging studies suggest that some aspects of music and language are processed in both the right and left sides of the brain. In many patients who are able to carry over speech techniques from music, success seems to come from their increased ability to attend to sounds and to initiate them, perhaps because parallel mechanisms for these functions have been called into play by music and singing. Dyer, Carlus. Tenth Anniversary The Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art 1964-1974. Exh. cat. Ridgefield: The Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art, 1974. Works in foreign-language museums or collections are often given in English (using an established name, if one exists), unless the foreign title is difficult to translate or the work is well known by its original title, such as Henri Matisse’s Le bonheur de vivre, which is in an American collection. Some artworks are universally known by their foreign-language titles, such as Michelangelo’s Pietà. If the collection uses a foreign title, the English translation, if desired, normally follows in parentheses and in italics after the title’s first use in the text and perhaps in the caption, too. Alternatively, the translation may be given in roman type, capitalized sentence style (only the first word and any proper nouns). 3D animation software is categorized into two factors namely graphics and multimedia. These are the factors in which drawing designs can be developed very easily. The features of this software help you in developing highly complicated models very easily. It is, moreover, very user friendly and highly efficient. Newtek, Ulead, Eovia, and Allume Systems are few of the top software providers who offer you with a better 3D abstract art form. 3D abstract art software can cost anywhere from $30 to $200, depending on the features. 3D rendering and 3D drafting software are also used widely for this modern form of art.

This presentation presents concepts from Dr. Miller’s (June 2011) book, Bio-guided Music Therapy (Jessica Kingsley Publishers, London) Dr. Miller provides the music therapy practitioner with a rationale, historical context and detailed step-by-step, how-to instructions for utilizing real-time physiological data driven music therapy. Interventions are outlined for various purposes and populations. Some of the target complaints discussed include, stress, anxiety, high blood pressure, Raynaud’s disease, neuromuscular deficiencies, ADHD, Autism, depression, phobias, and addictions. In the workshop format, this session delivers hands-on experience in creating musical environments based on real-time physiological output of muscle tension, heart-rate, skin conductance and EEG brainwaves. Dr. Miller views biofeedback as the ultimate bridge between Eastern and Western healing philosophies. Names of artists and places are in SMALL CAPITAL LETTERS. The caves which have sheltered this, and many other primitive Paleolithic paintings for around 17,300 years, was first re-discovered in the 1940s at Lascaux in the Dordogne region of France. These days the caves are closed to the public in an effort to protect the images from damage caused by strong lights, moisture and mould. We are fortunate, however to have good quality photographs of these early works, and it is amazing how brilliantly the primitive artists captured movement and speed with a few simple marks daubed on a cave wall using little more than fingers, sticks, and home-made pigments. Tsiris, G. (2013). Voices from the ‘ghetto’: Music therapy perspectives on disability and music (A response to Joseph Straus’s book Extraordinary Measures: Disability in Music). International Journal of Community Music, 6(3), 333-343. Hahna, N.D., Hadley, S., Miller, V.H., & Bonaventura, M. (2012). Music technology usage in music therapy: A survey of practice. The Arts in Psychotherapy, 39(5), 456-464. In addition to Red Rag Scottish Art Gallery Joe Hargan art work has been exhibited at other leading Scottish Art Galleries. Each painting at Red Rag is sourced from the Joe Hargan artist studio and like all Red Rag British art and Contemporary art it can be shipped worldwide. Cleveland Museum of Art, OH. Modern Masterworks on Paper from the Israel Museum, Jerusalem. 13 June – 29 August 1999. Catalogue edited by Meira Perry-Lehmann. Roberts, M., & McFerran, K. (2013). A mixed methods analysis of songs written by bereaved preadolescents in individual music therapy. Journal of Music Therapy, 50(1), 25-52. Book Art, Woodstock Artists Association, New York, September 27, 2017-January 5, 2018.