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Nail art is the most versatile and latest fashion statement today. Wasserman, Isabelle. Selections from the Michael Crichton Collection. Exh. cat. San Diego: San Diego State University Gallery, 1980: 12. Oleg Lang will be exhibiting at the Moscow Museum of Contemporary Art in August 2009. Cassidy, J.W. (2009). The effect of decibel level of music stimuli and gender on head circumference and physiological responses of premature infants in the NICU. Journal of Music Therapy, 46(3), 180-190. We provide art lovers and art collectors with one of the best places on the planet to discover modern and contemporary art. One 2014 study surveyed a group of people in order to determine why we enjoy sad music. The study pinned down four different rewards of music-evoked sadness: Reward of imagination, emotional regulation, empathy, and no real-life implications. Tosatto, Guy. Au fil du trait de Matisse à Basquiat.” Oeuvres sur papier du Centre Georges Pompidou, Musée naional d’art moderne. Exh. cat. Paris: Centre Georges Pompidou, 1998: 23, 155. Jonas Burgert’s spaces are theatre stages. He is not looking through a window onto the real world; instead he creates a world of his own into which he stages figures. These figures are never meant to suggest individual human beings, but allegories for the human existence. In paintings like Temple, Burgert creates a conundrum that deals with human characteristics and qualities. The attitude of single-heartedness and the virtue of “standing tall” might remain with the main figure that, untouched by the apocalyptic surroundings, stands up for its dignity and invulnerability. Another figure, crowned with an unfamiliar headdress, is searching the ground, unaware of its environment. The atmosphere in Burgert’s paintings is often taken from a world of destruction and decay. Herein lies a visual equivalent to the many visions of the end of the world that are popular today in music, film, and literature. The leading character in Burgert’s Temple might carry the fire as does Cormac McCarthy’s boy in his 2006 novel, The Road. A house and yard surrounded by a variety of assembled objects painted red and white. These vary from natural objects like beach rocks to such man made objects as an anchor and pieces of machinery. Through reading, speaking and listening, pupils share and document their developing views and ideas, to understand why artists , craftspeople , architects , film makers and designers work in the ways that they do, make decisions and use this to inform their own creative actions. Breast cancer is the most common form of cancer in women. Fortunately, there have been significant advances in treatment leading to improved survival rates. These improved survival rates have resulted in increased attention to late effects or residual treatment effects. For instance, some breast cancer survivors report negative changes in cognitive function attributed to chemotherapy-related treatments. Music cognition, a form of cognition, however, does not seem to be negatively affected by chemotherapy. The goal of this study was to explore the relationships between music cognition and standard cognitive domains in breast cancer survivors compared to age and education matched healthy women.

Among clothing motifs, I focus on a particular type of mantle, the himation, a large rectangular piece of cloth, typically worn as an outer garment over the tunic from classical antiquity. Similar arguments for the transfer of authority have been made for another kind of mantle, the smaller skin or fleece melote, which is perhaps best known as the miraculous mantle handed down by Elijah to Elisha in the moment before the former’s ascension to heaven, which replaced Elisha’s 2 Kings 2:8 for the himation of­­ Elisha and 2 Kings 2:13 and following for the melote of Elijah. N. K. Rollason, Gifts of Clothing in Late Antique Literature (Abingdon, 2016), 129-69, addresses these scriptural passages and other late antique texts using the terms melote, pallium, and, to a lesser extent, himation, including the same passages in the Life of Paul and the Life of Antony that I address in this article. The present article builds upon my previous work: T. K. Thomas, Mimetic Devotion and Dress in Some Monastic Portraits from the Monastery of Apa Apollo at Bawit,” Coptica 11 (2012): 37-79; Fashioning Ascetic Leadership: The Enduring Tradition of Mantles of Authority in Portraits of Egyptian Monastic Fathers,” in Egypt and Empire: Religious Identities from Roman to Modern Times, ed. E. ‘Connell (in press); and a current book-length project on the figuration of the earliest monks of Egypt through their dress and portraiture, Dressing Souls, Making Monks: Monastic Habits of the Egyptian Desert Fathers. The pictorial motif of the monastic himation, as representative of clothing and furnishings and as a memory prompt, does much the same work as the imaginary objects that furnished the spaces of memory in techniques employed by educated members of late antique society. Indeed, clothing and other textile motifs were presented as mnemonic devices in saints’ lives, sermons, and other teaching texts for a wide range of audiences. Art – Offers over 18,500 original paintings, prints, and sculptures from more 1700 international artists. Has over 850 new fine art listings every month. Gao, T. (2013). An Introduction to MER, a New Music Psychotherapy Approach for PTSD Part 2 — The Outcomes and Case Examples. Music and Medicine, 5(2), 105-109. Assemblage. The artist used synthetic media to create forms found in nature. Talking about her paintings Muriel Barclay says: “I am interested by people and their relationship with each other and the world.” She is especially interested in the female form, their intimacy, vulnerability, fragility and their defenses. Muriel’s paintings are about observation and ambiguity and she encourages the viewer to interpret what the painting is trying to say.

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Similarities and differences between music and language can be seen even when each is broken down into their simplest components. From the basic sounds and meanings, to the overall sentence, story or song, music and language are closely related. According to researchers, listening to sounds such as music and noise has a significant effect on our moods and emotions because of brain dopamine regulation — a neurotransmitter strongly involved in emotional behaviour and mood regulation. However, the differences in dopamine receptors may drive the differences between individuals, the researchers said. The study revealed that a functional variation in dopamine D2 receptor (DRD2) gene modulates the impact of music as opposed to noise on mood states and emotion-related prefrontal and striatal brain activity. Our results suggest that even a non-pharmacological intervention such as music might regulate mood and emotional responses at both the behavioural and neuronal level,” said Elvira Brattico, Professor at Aarhus University in Denmark. Just as Giffords used music to retrain her right brain to help her to talk, children with ADHD can use music to train their brains for stronger focus and self-control in the classroom and at home. In Reinhardt’s early drawings we see him already leaning in this direction, already exploring every possible formal angle of line—as writing, as outline, as form, as expression, as space, as trace or copy. The diagram emerges as dominant. Its appeal was in part its universal applicability, across not only commercial and fine art practices but also temporal and global categories of art history. He would come to use it like an x-ray to expose the efficient outline of a painting’s skeletal structure, sometimes deploying shading to indicate color shifts. As late as 1966, Reinhardt produced Personal Sketches of Paintings, an organizational aid for his major Jewish Museum retrospective that year, in which he diagrammed his monochrome” paintings’ serial color and cruciform structures, which are otherwise barely visible to the naked eye and are impossible to see in reproduction. It was the necessity of contending with the subjective and realist inflection of drawing’s legacy that led Reinhardt through the graphic idioms of American and Surrealist abstraction to the use of collage and to the diagram as strategies for uncoupling manual expression from line. And it led him, eventually, to five-by-five-foot abstract paintings from which all brushstroke had been eliminated. Oldfield, A. (2006). Interactive Music Therapy in Child and Family Psychiatry: Clinical Practice, Research and Teaching. London: Jessica Kingsley.

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