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Feb 15

RC Painting Tips: Using silver to paint dark over light

Video Rating: five / 5


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Feb 15

Biology students loving wildlife photography

Typical biology classes in college require a great deal of memorization. But, at the Maryville College, they have found a unique course to teach students about the world around them by securing photographic memories.

Maryville Colleges professor of biology and wildlife photography Dr. Drew Crain said that this is not only a science class. And it is not just an art class. It is an art-meets-science class. For around 10 years, Crain has introduced a course which develops a great understanding of biology by offering students exposure via lenses of high quality shooters to click wildlife.

Crain told that they are not photography majors. Many of them, the closest they have come to taking a great photo is taking their iPhone out at a concert. With technology today, people could take a good snap. His challenge to these students is to take great shots. Continue reading →


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Jan 15

Acrylic Painting Tips and Techniques, Glazing, Techniques, Part 1 Apples Under Painting

Video clip Ranking: five / five


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Dec 14

My Drawing Materials

Movie Ranking: 4 / five


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Nov 14

Critique your painting series Art tips w/ Lachri – Colored Pencil

Online video Rating: four / five


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Oct 14

Errand Boys Fence Painting Tips

Online video Ranking: 3 / five


17
Oct 14

Port of Long Beach Photography contest winners revealed

Arts Council for Long Beach declared the 3 winners of Port of Long Beach photography contest this summer at a reception on 4th October, Saturday, at Liberty Gallery & Event Space in East Village Arts District in Long Beach. The reception was the start celebration to a month long art exhibit revealing the Port snaps clicked by both amateur and pro photographers.
Cherene Birkholz was the 1st place winner for her snap called Oriental Queen, the 2nd place winner was Joan Day for the Jewels of the Night, and Dave Freeman was the 3rd place winner for Watercolors. The people are asked to come see this great perspective on Port operations.
The showcase, with almost one hundred snaps on display, is at Liberty Gallery & Event Space, places at 435 Alamitos Avenue in Long Beach, CA 90802. The event runs from 5th October to 26th October and it is open for viewing from Wednesday till Sunday, 12 noon to 5:00 pm.
The snaps are the fantastic result of a workshop conducted earlier this summer by Port photographers which was followed by a boat tour of Port, offering workshop attendees an opportunity to shoot the Port at dusk. Eighty pro and amateur photographers took part in that. Both the workshop as well as behind-the-scenes Port tour happened in August and the participants then submitted their best pieces for the juried gallery exhibit.

Arts Council for Long Beach declared the 3 winners of Port of Long Beach photography contest this summer at a reception on 4th October, Saturday, at Liberty Gallery & Event Space in East Village Arts District in Long Beach. The reception was the start celebration to a month long art exhibit revealing the Port snaps clicked by both amateur and pro photographers.

Cherene Birkholz was the 1st place winner for her snap called Oriental Queen, the 2nd place winner was Joan Day for the Jewels of the Night, and Dave Freeman was the 3rd place winner for Watercolors. The people are asked to come see this great perspective on Port operations.

The showcase, with almost one hundred snaps on display, is at Liberty Gallery & Event Space, places at 435 Alamitos Avenue in Long Beach, CA 90802. The event runs from 5th October to 26th October and it is open for viewing from Wednesday till Sunday, 12 noon to 5:00 pm.

The snaps are the fantastic result of a workshop conducted earlier this summer by Port photographers which was followed by a boat tour of Port, offering workshop attendees an opportunity to shoot the Port at dusk. Eighty pro and amateur photographers took part in that. Both the workshop as well as behind-the-scenes Port tour happened in August and the participants then submitted their best pieces for the juried gallery exhibit.