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Illuminated Landscapes by Barry Underwood Barry Underwood, born...

Illuminated Landscapes by Barry Underwood Barry Underwood, born 1963 Wilmington, Delaware received his Masters in Photography from Cranbrook Academy of Art. The images are documentations of dioramas and full-scale installations that are built on-site in the landscape. Using illusion, imagination, and narrative, my photographs explore the potential of the ordinary. I approach my photographic work with a theatrical sensibility, much like a cinematographer or set designer would. By reading the landscape and altering the vista through lights and photographic effects, I transform everyday scenes into unique images (…) Follow him on Facebook. Receive art updates from our Twitter feed posted by Margaret

Illuminated Landscapes by Barry Underwood Barry Underwood, born... crss

Illuminated Landscapes by Barry Underwood Barry Underwood, born 1963 Wilmington, Delaware received his Masters in Photography from Cranbrook Academy of Art. The images are documentations of dioramas and full-scale installations that are built on-site in the landscape. Using illusion, imagination, and narrative, my photographs explore the potential of the ordinary. I approach my photographic work with a theatrical sensibility, much like a cinematographer or set designer would. By reading the landscape and altering the vista through lights and photographic effects, I transform everyday scenes into unique images (…) Follow him on Facebook. Receive art updates from our Twitter feed posted by Margaret crss

The Sculpted Wire Figures of  Roberto FanariWorking with varying... crss

The Sculpted Wire Figures of  Roberto Fanari Working with varying weights of iron wire, Italian artist Roberto Fanari constructs life-size figurative sculptures of both people and animals, applying the material like the strokes of a pencil to vary the density throughout each work. Some figures are almost wholly transparent, allowing for only a handful of lines to define the volume of a leg or torso while shifting to a more solid approach for the area around an eye or a thick tuft of hair, giving each each piece an almost ghostly, unfinished appearance. Fanari debuted a number of his wiry pieces at White Noise Gallery for a 2016 exhibition titled “Ferro,” (Iron) and you can see more of his work here .  Thanks Colossal More unique art on Cross Connect Magazine: Twitter || Facebook|| Instagram Posted by Andrew crss

The Sculpted Wire Figures of  Roberto FanariWorking with varying...

The Sculpted Wire Figures of  Roberto Fanari Working with varying weights of iron wire, Italian artist Roberto Fanari constructs life-size figurative sculptures of both people and animals, applying the material like the strokes of a pencil to vary the density throughout each work. Some figures are almost wholly transparent, allowing for only a handful of lines to define the volume of a leg or torso while shifting to a more solid approach for the area around an eye or a thick tuft of hair, giving each each piece an almost ghostly, unfinished appearance. Fanari debuted a number of his wiry pieces at White Noise Gallery for a 2016 exhibition titled “Ferro,” (Iron) and you can see more of his work here .  Thanks Colossal More unique art on Cross Connect Magazine: Twitter || Facebook|| Instagram Posted by Andrew

See How You Don't Have To Start Your Weight Loss Journey Sweaty!

Do you feel like you’ve tried everything to lose weight? Maybe you’ve even had some success, but struggled to stick to a diet or exercise plan in the long term? Don’t panic. Many of the weight loss plans advertised online, in books, and on the covers of magazines simply aren’t sustainable. It’s not you that’s the problem – it’s the diets. So, what is the best way to lose weight?  By removing unhealthy foods, one step at a time. No more feeling overwhelmed or trapped by a difficult diet or exercise regime – you’ll make real, long-term changes in a way that feels easy and natural. Don’t try these techniques to lose weight There is so much information on how to lose weight, particularly online, that’s it hard to know where to begin. Lots of the weight loss advice you see on the internet simply isn’t helpful – it’s not sustainable, and it won’t help you stay healthy in the long term. Here’s what to avoid. Going on fad diets: these harm your body. It’s tempting to jump on the ba

yanshee:Cokerie M 02 by yanshee I love the exposed brick by the...

yanshee : Cokerie M 02 by yanshee I love the exposed brick by the door. I just want to eat it.

Pick Your Job Based On What You Love To Do, Not How Much You Have Invested In.

Have you ever continued to pursue something even though it no longer served you? Maybe it’s a degree program or the dead-end job that you refuse to give up. Perhaps you’ve stayed in a relationship for no other reason than the fact that you’ve been committed to it for so long. From time to time, we all justify staying the course by considering the effort we’ve put into our current situation. Many of us decide to take a job just because it’s a good use of our training. When we invest time and money in getting a degree, we expect that we should use it. Maybe you hate your job, but you can only envision yourself taking similar positions with equal or greater pay and responsibility. You may feel trapped by the decisions you made before, but you don’t have to be. Whatever you do, do it because you love it. When you are trying to figure out how to decide on a career, it is easy to be influenced by the types of work and training you’ve already undertaken. In general, you get a degree or tr