Appreciating Art

Matthew Emeny : Military Aviation Art

At first glance, at a distance, these images look as if they are photos from the war or from the beauty of the machines gracing the skies. Then, one realizes that they capture something that oftentimes is not able to be captured in photos, as well as providing more depth, and appropriate color. These are paintings by the talented Matthew Emeny.

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Paul Jules Butler, Child Extraordinaire

The title, “Child Extraordinaire” does not do justice when describing Paul Jules Butler. This young man is amazing! He is amazing in his own right, regardless of age, but taking the age factor into consideration is simply awe-inspiring. This is one young man that you will want to keep an eye on, as time moves forward! Welcome, Master Butler! Glad to have you on ScatnStyle.comWhen did you first decide that you wanted to be an artist?
Paul Jules Butler, my son, started painting at the age of 4, in 2014.

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Megan Petersen : A New Art Form

Art comes in many forms, and if you’ve been reading these interviews, you’ve seen the love of color. There is also the love of handcrafted jewelry. Today we have an artisan, having studied fine art in college, who has taken her gift of artistic expression and applied it to beadweaving. And, she has some pieces with pretty vibrant colors, as you can see in this photo. Ms. Petersen’s enthusiasm about her art is contagious and makes one want to pick up the art, themselves, or go dust off the enjoyment of their youth and start creating something and expressing the art that is within themselves.

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4 Of The Best Public Artworks From Around The World

Public artwork allows an artist to share their love of art with the common man. Here are four of the best public artworks from around the world that you don’t need to pay to view.
East Side Gallery (Berlin, Germany)
In many ways, the Berlin Wall represented the worst of humanity. Running through the city of Berlin, the wall divided a nation, separated families, and plunged East Germans into a Communist abyss. When the wall came down in 1990, it was only fitting that some parts of the wall that remained standing be converted into an art gallery. At the heart of modern day Berlin lays a 1.3 km long stretch of the Berlin Wall, featuring art work from over 100 artists. Although a lot of the work was vandalized during the 90s, restoration specialists have ensured that the East Side Gallery continues to be a source of inspiration and hope for future generations.
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10 Mind Blowing Artists Who Have Wooed Their Way Into Your Hearts With Their Light Graffiti Skills

A light graffiti or light painting is a photography technique in which exposures are made by moving a hand-held light source or by moving the camera in various directions. It can also include images lit from outside the frame with hand-held light sources.                         [...]

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