Translucent Glass Ocean Sculptures by Ben Young
Self-taught artist Ben Young has been creating glass ocean sculptures for over 15 years. His beautifully layered pieces capture the spirit of the ocean
Land Art South Africa
5 DAYS, 10 SA PREMIERES, 25 ECO FILMS! The organisers of the inaugural Cape Town Eco Film Festival, which will take place at the Labia Theatre on Orange Street in Cape Town from Thursday the 27th of March to Monday the 31st of March, have just announced the exciting festival programme on their website: www.capetownecofilmfestival.com. Also read more on the Green Your Art blog.
Artist Transforms Driftwood Into Fantastical Sculptures That Look Like Spirits of Nature
Artist Debra Bernier creates fanciful sculptures from the nature that surrounds her in Victoria, Canada. Working with driftwood, Bernier studies the shape
3: GUSTAVE JOSEPH CHERET ART NOUVEAU BRONZE - Nov 21, 2008 | Weiss Auctions in NY
Gustave Joseph Cheret (French 1838-1894), Classic Art Nouveau bronze figure by French sculptor Joseph Cheret. The bro... on Nov 21, 2008
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Things I'm Thinking About
Currently I am reading the Richard Pevear and Larissa Volokhonsky translation of Leo Tolstoy’s War and Peace. In the introduction they write that theirs’ is the most accurate translation to date. Tolstoy would often use the same word over and over in one paragraph. Pevear and Larissa Volokhonsky retained all the repetitions, unlike most of their predecessors. Many years ago I read the Constance Garnett translation. She pretty much set the standard for translating Russian authors into…