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With reflections of sunshine and shadow tones inside, small clouds pass in repose through the clear air beyond the door.
Developments occur in all areas of the notebook -- Additions may be found in: Dimensions -- Materials & Methods and in Topics of possible interest that are included below in the area of Approaches, such as: Oriental Antiquities; Chinese Art; Criticism; Visual Literacy; Ancient Greek Culture; Mimbre's Art of the American Southwest; Art Education [Notes]
Sketchpad. - Mobile devises with painting and photo applications enable the development, projection, and exchange of imagery on impulse. Such tools and programs --for painting, 3D, drawing, collage, photography -- are mobile online or can be downloaded -- for the development of new skills and the practice of visualizing. The National Gallery of Art (Washington, DC) has a number of programs, including a Sketchpad, which "contains more than 40 brushes and textures, many with customizable size, transparency, and stroke options. A full palette of colors and special effects are provided that can blur, ripple, smudge, and fragment your designs . . . . "
Directories - (Corrections underway, Feb 2020)
Resources to explore and 'like' or share through digital networks in order to be current and engaged in the projects, events and resources.
Alberti's 'On Painting', Eastlake's 'Professional Essays', Cennini's 'The Craftman's Handbook', and Thompson's 'The Practice of Tempera Painting' are included in the Texts [see the link at the bottom of this page]
Directories - (Corrections underway Feb 2020)
Resources to 'Like' and share through digital networks.
Exhibition and Project Opportunities - It is probable that increases in forms of recognition and support through significant awards and funding could more broadly impact upon the quality of exhibitions --and inspire the expertise of artists at various levels of professional engagement who may have specific objectives as well as individual commitment over the long term to broader humanitarian interests and areas of development.
Studios & Shops - Explore the Directories and Social Networks
Practice / sketchpad - Online tools and Mobile Applications.
REFERENCES | Texts
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The Notebook was organized and developed by Holly Larner, a practicing artist and graduate of The School of the Museum of Fine Arts Boston, BFA in Special Studies from Tufts University, and Masters in Education from The College of Art at Boston University.
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