TYTUS BRZOZOWSKI – passionate of the city, it’s bustle and mood

TYTUS BRZOZOWSKI 1/4 – is an architect and watercolorist from Poland. He graduated from the Faculty of Architecture of the Warsaw University of Technology. He also studied and worked in Finland where he explored severe Nordic art and design. This period was represents important part of his artistic education. He learned about the basics of nature, such as light and shadow, reflections, ...

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HYPER REALISTIC ARTWORKS – Hard to believe that aren’t photographs

Hyperrealism is a genre of painting resembling a high-resolution photograph. Pictures created by hyper realist artists will not look different from a high resolution picture. The term is primarily applied to an independent art movement in the United States, that has developed since the early 1970s. Although art is meant to stress its detachment from the reality, hyperrealism erases this line, ...

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WHERE THE MILKY WAY GALAXY EXPANDS FOREVER

The first non-native American seeing the lake was John Wesley Hillman. After the lake was called Blue Lake and Lake Majesty, before being known as Crater Lake. https://www.nps.gov/crla/index.htm Bring a pair of binoculars, find a spot where car lights won’t flash at you, and sit back for one of the best night sky viewing locations in America. The closest big ...

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ADVANCED RESERVATIONS FOR YOUR ROMANTIC OUTING

Advanced reservations for the Dolly Steamboat https://dollysteamboat.com/ are recommended during holiday weekends. East of Phoenix, less than an hour’s drive, an refreshing lake is a favorite with locals. An oasis in the desert, it’s a great place to cruise, ski, sail, swim or picnic. An restaurant serves up food when you’re hungry (camping areas and fishing sites allow you to ...

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THE ARTIST WHO BROUGHT IN THE MODERN THE ART OF PAINTINGS

He is the artist who has revamped Italian painting (as well as Dante, his contemporary, is considered the father of the Italian language). His glory is given to works scattered in almost all of Italy, from Rome to Florence, Assisi and Rimini to Padua. His artistic imprint was so important as to influence the painting schools of the fourteenth century ...

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FIVE ROMANTIC POETRY SHADES OF TENDERNESS

Men and women have written love poems, but also you can do. Do not write unnecessary words, be brave and express everything you feel for beloved person. If you give all of yourself, your poem will be more sincere. Write what you feel for that person, stating what happened when you saw that person for the first time. Write how you ...

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PAINTING WITH SOUL AND WITH HEART

Their brushstrokes give you melancholy tenderness and magical serenity. There are times when – observing a painting – you realize that what made the artist is not just putting colors on the canvas, because you perceive that his creations have a soul and are full of endless attention to detail, tenderness colored that enchant those who are able to look ...

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