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A Fine Quartering Wind : the four-masted barque "Lawhill" by Robert Carter
We continue our series on the marvellous paintings by Robert Carter OAM, FASMA, FISMP of the sailing ship era and recently published in The Marine Paintings of Robert Carter. Today the beautiful barque "Lawhill".
Vale Tina Turner
Tina Turner (born Anna Mae Bullock; November 26, 1939 – May 24, 2023) was an American-born and naturalized Swiss singer, dancer, actress, and author. Widely referred to as the "Queen of Rock 'n' Roll", she rose to prominence as the lead singer of the Ike & Tina Turner Revue before launching a
Philippe de Kraan
We love discovering new artists & bringing their individual view of the world to our subscribers. You might like the work or maybe not - but our mission is to encourage everyone to be open to new creative perspectives which engage, challenge & inspire. Today meet Philippe de Kraan.
The AnArt4Life blog gets a new look
The AnArt4Life blog has been upgraded and as a result we are able to offer some new features to the presentation of the posts. Read on to learn more. The new look posts will commence on Wednesday 17 May 2023 at 10:00am (AEST) when the blog arrives in your email inbox, on Twitter and Facebook.
Art All Around
I am always emphasising that "Art is All Around" - you only have to open your eyes and look about. And if you look very carefully you might find out that there is a local Community Art Gallery in your area which can be a treasure trove of fabulously interesting art creations.
TagCloud Day: Buildings and Structures
Recently Julie showed you Melbourne's wonderful Exhibition Building and reminded us of how important buildings and structures of all kinds are to our histories and to the world of art through the development of architecture in particular. Today please enjoy some of our past posts on Buildings and Structures by
Let's Close the Gap with Tendai Makufa
As I said recently to Tendai - his paintings bring joy to my heart and to the heart of others. Even though behind the images and messages are startling statistics of inequality Tendai is working with every inch of his body and mind to "make a difference". Please applaud this remarkable artist.