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  • Fmr Bush counsel: Electoral College can’t vote for Trump without proof his businesses don’t [tr]

    11/23/2016 2:41:43 PM PST · by kevcol · 69 replies
    Bizpac Review ^ | November 23, 2016 | Carmine Sabia
    Fmr Bush counsel: Electoral College can’t vote for Trump without proof his businesses don’t violate Constitution The “never Trumpers” just won’t give up their dreams of keeping Donald Trump from the White House. . . . “He needs to comply with the constitution at a bare minimum,” Painter, who admitted he didn’t support Trump for president, insisted. “And recognize the problem and address it.” “And if he doesn’t do that before the Electoral College meets,” he added. “I don’t think the electoral college can vote for someone to become president if he’s going to be in violation of the constitution...
  • Artist turns humans into animals, fruit and landscapes in amazing paintings inspired by nature

    07/09/2013 4:57:14 PM PDT · by EveningStar · 10 replies
    The Daily Mail ^ | July 5, 2013 | Daily Mail Reporter
    A fine body of work: Artist turns humans into animals, fruit and landscapes in amazing paintings inspired by nature The world's best bodypainter plays tricks with the mind with incredible body art in which his subjects disappear into their backgrounds. Visual wiz Johannes Stoetter has replaced canvas with the human body, transforming his living models into objects inspired by the natural world. Johannes, 35, spends up to five months painstakingly planning and perfecting each of his amazing creations.
  • Hate Crime Victim Overcomes Beating and Loss of Vision

    12/16/2008 8:40:47 PM PST · by Utah Binger · 34 replies · 1,585+ views
    Thunderbird Foundation for the Arts ^ | December 16, 2008 | Mary Dickson
    Mark Bangerter: Finding His Vision after Tragedy By Mary Dickson, Salt Lake City, Utah In a case of mistaken identity, a stranger, consumed by an irrational hatred, found his target on an April evening in 1998 in a Boise, Idaho club. Mark Bangerter – an artist on his way to becoming one of America’s finest modern painters -- hugged a friend goodbye as he left the Boise club. It was a simple gesture of friendship that enraged the stranger. A decade after the attack and a series of reconstructive surgeries, Bangerter is finding his artistic voice again with a series...
  • Police: Man Killed After Asking Day Laborer To Pose Nude

    08/25/2006 11:02:01 AM PDT · by ConservativeStatement · 51 replies · 1,856+ views ^ | August 25, 2006
    FRISCO, Texas -- A Frisco day laborer is behind bars, charged in the murder of a man who wanted to paint him nude. Police said the alleged victim, Enrique Rodriguez, 62, solicited the suspect, Mario Alegria, 17, to pose nude for him while he painted or sketched the worker at his far North Dallas apartment. The alleged crime scene was inside the Rodriguez's apartment, where police said he used to take young males to model nude and paid them an hourly rate.
  • Mountain lion terrorizing local family

    05/29/2006 2:18:59 PM PDT · by george76 · 27 replies · 1,692+ views
    Canyon Courier ^ | 05/24/2006 | Bonnie Skopinski
    A mountain lion prowling around for easy meals has been scaring ever since it killed one of the family's cats two weeks ago. About 2:30 a.m. ...Carrie Ann Warner heard noises outside that she assumed came from raccoons ... As the house had no windows on that side, she opened the door a little, a piece of firewood in one hand. One of her cats scooted out the door, right into the clutches of a mountain lion not 2 feet from her. Warner threw the firewood and hit the animal in the head as it carried off her cat....
  • Australian artist paints with breasts

    01/06/2006 4:24:24 PM PST · by Rakkasan1 · 41 replies · 1,072+ views
    New IND press ^ | 1-6-06 | ind press staff
    SYDNEY: Changing colours of palette entails endless showers for an Australian artist - because she prefers to paint with her breasts. But Di Peel, a mother of two, is producing what the market wants. Unlike recent winners of prestigious Turner Prize for modern art, Peel's works can do what paintings traditionally are supposed to do and brighten up a bare wall. Her first canvas sold for $10, her second for $26 and currently she's busy with an order for 10 at a princely $89 each. Peel, from Tasmania, freely admits that her chosen method doesn't allow much detail. "They are...
  • Robert E. Lee

    12/10/2004 8:34:36 AM PST · by BluAngel · 127 replies · 2,113+ views
    I need info. for a report that i have to do this month on Robert E. Lee. I have to wirte at least 1 page on him so any info. at all will be very helpful
  • Manifesto of the "Futurist" Painters (Why our Artistic Culture is in ruin)!

    04/01/2004 6:16:56 PM PST · by vannrox · 13 replies · 400+ views
    Futurism ^ | FR Post 4-1-2004 | Umberto Boccioni, Carlo Carrà, Luigi Russolo, Giacomo Balla, Gino Severini
    Futurism was an international art movement founded in Italy in 1909. It was (and is) a refreshing contrast to the weepy sentimentalism of Romanticism. The Futurists loved speed, noise, machines, pollution, and cities; they embraced the exciting new world that was then upon them rather than hypocritically enjoying the modern world?s comforts while loudly denouncing the forces that made them possible. Fearing and attacking technology has become almost second nature to many people today; the Futurist manifestos show us an alternative philosophy. Too bad they were all Fascists. TO THE YOUNG ARTISTS OF ITALY! The cry of rebellion which...
  • Reign of modernism will end in 21st century, critics contend

    01/20/2003 8:53:41 AM PST · by vannrox · 50 replies · 1,126+ views
    The Art Renewal Center ^ | Originally printed on Sunday the 29th of October, 2000. | Robert McCain
    Reign of modernism will end in 21st century, critics contend rt in the 21st century will draw its inspiration from traditions that were largely neglected during modernism's 20th-century heyday, say artists, critics and collectors who advocate a return of classical ideals. "I look at modern art as very much like what happened with communism - it was an idea that was a house of cards and couldn't work," says Allan Banks, president of the American Society of Classical Realism and vice chairman of the American Society of Portrait Artists. "A lot of the rubbish that we've been handed (in the...