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Mickalene Thomas (b. 1971, Camden, NJ; lives and works in Brooklyn, NY) makes paintings, collages, photography, video, and installations that draw on art history and popular culture to create a contemporary vision of female sexuality, beauty, and power. Movement: Suggested by strong diagonals. We complete the action in our minds. […]

Mickalene Thomas (b. 1971, Camden, NJ; lives and works in Brooklyn, NY) makes paintings, collages, photography, video, and installations that draw on art history and popular culture to create a contemporary vision of female sexuality, beauty, and power. Movement: Suggested by strong diagonals. We complete the action in our minds. The simplicity, surface (smooth), and colour (white) serve to support that movement. Hilliard, R. (2006). Music therapy in palliative care: An emerging evidence-based approach. Journal of Palliative Care, 22(3), 207-207. There was a French study published in the journal Learning and Individual Differences which found that students did better on a quiz after a one-hour lecture with classical music in the background than students who learned the same material without the classical music playing. The Herbert Bayer Collection and Archive contains over 8,000 works of art and design, along with extensive documentary material. This internationally important repository is dedicated to the legacy of the Austrian-born Bauhaus master who lived in Colorado for 28 years. The core of this collection and archive came through the artist’s bequest, and scholars visit from around the world to engage in research here. Greenberg, Clement. ‘American-Type’ Painting.” Partisan Review 22, no. 2 (Spring 1955): pp. 179-96. Moss, H. (2003). Service evaluation: Music therapy and medicine for the elderly. British Journal of Music Therapy, 17(2), 76-89. The image consists of a landscape with rolling hills, farm buildings, and trees. It is winter. There is snow on the ground. The land occupies only the lower third of the image. The rest is overcast sky. The paper surface is smudgy. The lines are fuzzy and there are a few accents of colour. Form: This sculpture deals with mass, solidity. The colour (black) adds to the sense of solidity. The forms are simplified and stylized and the texture is reduced to simplicity – smoothness. The forms are all rounded and smooth. Brüderlin, Markus. The Ornamentalisation of Modernism – Painting in the Eighties and Nineties.” Ornament and Abstraction. Exh. cat. Basel: Fondation Beyeler, 2001: 204-217. Wosch, T. (2007). Microanalysis of Processes of Interactions in Clinical Improvisation with IAP-Autonomy. In T. Wosch & T. Wigram (Eds.), Microanalysis in Music Therapy: Methods, Techniques and Applications for Clinicians, Researchers, Educators and Students (pp. 241-254). London: Jessica Kingsley Publishers. Jackie York has been with Make-up Your Mind and Fantabulous face painting since the beginning! She has also been a feature artist at several events ! Although she is an excellent face painter, she is also know for her special effects makeup and body painting skills. Throughout Hagia Sophia you can find crosses in mosaic, marble, and bronze. Crosses are the most prominent aspect of the decoration of the church and were placed there to protect the people, the city and the church. There were three crosses and a tree in brick on the outside of the apse that were concealed under plaster and were never meant to be seen. The frightening effects of the darkness of 536 was certainly one of reasons for them. There were more bad things happening. Justinian’s reign saw disasters in the city including the Black Plague (which wiped out a third of Constantinople’s population in a month) and many terrible earthquakes, even two serious ones during the building in 526 and 527. More earthquakes in 542 and 557 lead to the collapse of the first dome in December 558 mentioned earlier. Besides the huge crosses on the walls and doors hundreds of small ones were inlaid into columns and revetment all over the church. Many of these have been pried out, mutilated or painted over, but they are still there.

For the most part, however, they are lithographs and serigraphs and the like. Very few of his original one-of-a-kind paintings made it to market, almost all of them are owned by family members. If you happen to be on one of the ships Park West auctions on, you can get a KinKade at a Very reasonable price; the one below cost me $482. If you buy more than one, I seen them go as low as $250 each (qty 10 in that case). Octavia Art Gallery currently has three large Walter Anderson works on paper in inventory. Anderson’s depictions of the plants, animals, and people of the Gulf Coast have placed him in the forefront of American painters of the Twentieth Century. These three larger scale works from his Oldfields period reflect his training, innovation and thorough understanding of the history of art. Brown, S., Gotell, E., & Ekman, S.L. (2001). Singing as a therapeutic intervention in dementia care. Journal of Dementia Care, 9(4), 33-36. Honnef, Klaus. Heutige Kunst im Suermondt Museum Aachen. Exh. cat. Aachen: Museumsverein Aachen, 1969. Refocusing the Spotlight: Twenty-four American Painters, Nina Freudenheim Gallery, Buffalo, New York, October 15-November 29, 2011. Susan Crawford (1941-) Undoubtedly one of the greatest British equestrian artists, Susan Crawford has created an outstanding body of work, including one of the best known equestrian paintings ‘We Three Kings’, which features portrait heads of ‘Desert Orchid, Red Rum and Arkle’. Born in Scotland in 1941, Susan Crawford has enjoyed enormous professional success and acclaim throughout her career. Having seen the original works of Cubist art by Pablo Picasso and Georges Braque, Mondrian was inspired to go to Paris in 1911. While in Paris, his work ‘The Sea’ (1912) clearly showed the influence of Picasso and Braque. Cubism in the French capital led him to create several paintings centering around trees including ‘Flowering Apple Tree’. It was also in Paris that Mondrian started creating an abstract art style of his own. Artist Frank Rossiter Crozier enlisted as a soldier with the Australian Imperial Force in March 1915. He served in the 22nd Battalion in Egypt and later at Gallipoli, where he was approached by journalist C.E.W. Bean to help illustrate the ‘Anzac Book’, a collection of short stories and illustrations for the troops. Bean, who had been given the role of official military historian, was impressed with Crozier’s artistic abilities, and when official war artists were being commissioned by the Australian Government, Bean happily put Crozier’s name forward. Daykin, N. (2012). Developing Social Models for Research and Practice in Music, Arts, and Health: A Case Study of Research in a Mental Health Setting. In R. MacDonald, G. Kreutz & L. Mitchell (Eds.), Music, Health, and Wellbeing (pp. 65-75). Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Brackley, J. (2012). Music Therapy and the Expression of Anger and Aggression: Working with Aggressive Behavior in Children Aged Five to Nine who Risk Mainstream School Exclusion. In J. Tomlinson, P. Derrington & A. Oldfield (Eds.), Music Therapy in Schools: Working with Children of All Ages in Mainstream and Special Education (pp. 89-102). London: Jessica Kingsley. This is a lithograph process which looks like a drawing. The artist drew the image with a greasy pencil on a large flat stone and then transferred the image to paper. Stewart, D., Brown, A., Hansen, A., & Philipson, A. (2012). Network Jamming: Can Music Technology and Collaborative Music Making Work to Improve Indigenous Health and Wellbeing? In M. Shipton & E. Himonides (Eds.), Setting the Tempo: The Need for a Progressive Research Programme on Music Health and Wellbeing (pp. 63-64). London: SEMPRE. George, Hardy S. Breaking the Mold: Selections from the Washington Gallery of Modern Art, 1961-1968. Exh. cat. Oklahoma City Museum of Art, 2007: cover, 9, 58, 124. Tamplin, J. (2015). Music Therapy for Adults with Traumatic Brain Injury or Other Neurological Disorders. In B. L. Wheeler (Ed.), Music Therapy Handbook (pp. 454-467). New York: Guilford Publications. Samuel M. Kootz Gallery, New York. The Intrasubjectives. 14 September – 3 October 1949. Catalogue with text by Samuel M. Kootz. Music is sound that’s organized by people on purpose, to dance to, to tell a story, to make other people feel a certain way, or just to sound pretty or be entertaining. Music is organized on many different levels. Sounds can be arranged into melodies, harmonies, rhythms, textures and phrases. Beats, measures, cadences, and form, all help to keep the music organized and understandable. But the most basic way that music is organized is by arranging the actual sound waves themselves so that the sounds are interesting and pleasant and go well together. Dingle, G.A., Kelly, P.J., Flynn, L.M., & Baker, F.A. (2015). The influence of music on emotions and cravings in clients in addiction treatment: A study of two clinical samples. The Arts in Psychotherapy, 45, 18-25. Gold, C., Assmus, J., Hjørnevik, K., Qvale, L. G., Brown, F. K., Hansen, A. L., Waage, L., & Stige, B. (2014). Music therapy for prisoners: Pilot randomised controlled trial and implications for evaluating psychosocial interventions. International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology, 58(12), 1520-1539. Musical Aptitude refers to a person’s innate ability to acquire skills and knowledge required for musical activity, and may influence the speed at which learning can take place and the level that may be achieved. Study in this area focuses on whether aptitude can be broken into subsets or represented as a single construct, whether aptitude can be measured prior to significant achievement, whether high aptitude can predict achievement, to what extent aptitude is inherited, and what implications questions of aptitude have on educational principles.

Demand for Jock MacInnes paintings increased to such an extent that he left Glasgow Art School to concentrate on full time painting in 1999. Prior to this MacInnes had been elected as a member of the prestigious RGI in 1988 and joined the Council of the RGI in 1995. Gold, C., Wigram, T., & Voracek, M. (2007). Effectiveness of music therapy for children and adolescents with psychopathology: A quasi-experimental study. Psychotherapy Research, 17(3), 292-300. Bernstein, Roberta. Red Green Blue: Distillations of Memory in Ellsworth Kelly’s Art.” Ellsworth Kelly: Red Green Blue. Paintings and Studies 1958-1965. Exh. cat. La Jolla: Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego, 2002: 20-25. Bois, Yve-Alain. The Availability of Malevich.” Malevich and the American Legacy. Exh. cat. New York: Gagosian Gallery, 2011: 21-32, 98, 238. Beautiful images – particularly the Stubbs paintings. I love horses! Great hub. Reyes Padilla – My work is created by actively painting what I see while listening to music. Hello John. This is another great article in this successful series. The paintings displayed show real depth of talent. It is good to know more about Australian artists as they are not household names here in the states. My gosh! McCubbin was a master of painting – some of the images you present, Jodah, take time to just sit and gaze at them, to marvel at the faint detail in the background. “Bush Idyll” is so lovely and would look great on my dining room turned office wall where I spend most of my time. And you are fine writer, my friend. I love these Australian artist series you work so hard on. Magnificent ! (my favorite word today and I chose it for you). An intensive, critical and integrated study of intermediate macro, meso, and micro concepts of music and musicianship. Through applied experiences composing, improvising, writing, performing, listening and analyzing, students will explore and develop competencies in hearing, understanding and applying concepts of compound meters; rhythmic subdivision (expanded); major and minor scales; counterpoint; triadic harmony; phrases and cadences; and song forms. Anna Schwartz Gallery invited Nixon to produce a limited run of posters for the exhibition. The posters are distributed around the inner suburbs of Melbourne and feature his signature graphic design style. Wylie, Charles. Two Totems and the Symphony Panels.” Ellsworth Kelly in Dallas. Exh. cat. Dallas: Dallas Museum of Art, 2004: 46. Schlaug, G., Marchina, S., & Norton, A. (2008). From singing to speaking: Why singing may lead to recovery of expressive language function in patients with Broca’s aphasia. Music Perception, 25(4), 315-323.


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