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Mirna Radovanovic

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YICCA 2015 - Young International Contest of Contemporary Art
(Other languages: italiano, english, français, deutsch, español, polski, бългаски, русский)
-The contest is open to all artists or groups of artists and professionals from any country.
-All kinds of art works are accepted, including video, installations and performances.
-The deadline for submissions is June 16, 2015.
-The entry fee is EUR 30.
-Twelve artists will participate in the final exhibition.
-First and second ranked from the final 12 participating artists will win a prize of 3000 and 1000 euro.
-The selected artists will have the opportunity to exhibit their work in a contemporary art gallery of one of the major European cities during the month of September 2015. 
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Two special summer painting classes will be held this summer by wallpainter Pascal Amblard  in San Francisco, hosted at +Lynne Rutter Studio (Custom murals and ornamentation):
July 27-31, 2015    
Five-day Italianate Mural workshop
August 3- 10, 2015
Seven day Grand Venetian Mural Intensive
If you dream of learning the key elements of mural painting and how to paint a full-size trompe l'oeil mural scene, this is an opportunity not to be missed!

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The work of the Crimean artist Igor Shipilin, well known as a landscape watercolorist also skilled in tempera, gouache, pastels and oils.
Shipilin currently has a solo show at N2N Gallery, Nation Towers Galleria, Abu Dhabi, where you can view some more paintings by this artist.
Игорь Шипилин
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Daisies in a Teacup, watercolor by RoseAnn Hayes

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Watercolor by Du Zhuo

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Corfu: Lights and Shadows, watercolor by John Singer Sargent

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Watercolor by Maria Stezhko 

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Historic patterns by James Leman, dated between 1706 and 1716
Early 18th-century pattern books—a wealth of inspiration
When I was did the Christie's Decorative Arts program at the University of Glasgow, the course was divided in to five categories. First we studied the history of interiors, then it broke down into media: ceramics, glass, textiles and silver. As the course w...

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