If you are looking for new art ideas to spark your creativity, then what better source to turn to than nature? Many artists throughout history—from the Romanticists to the Impressionists—have looked to the great outdoors for inspiring subject matter on which to base their paintings.
Among the pioneers of abstract art were Wassily Kandinsky, Paul Klee, and Josef Albers.
Lake Volta stretches almost half the length of the country of Ghana.
Did you tell yourself you’d read more this year? Well, there’s no time like the present to start tackling that goal! If you’re looking for more reading suggestions, Black History Month is the perfect time to get more acquainted with Black authors and stories. From remarkable works of fiction to the moving rhythm of poetry and the heartfelt prose of personal narratives, Black writers have been documenting the African American experience for decades.
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In intellectual property law, public domain is a term used to denote a work free from copyright or whose copyright has expired. There are many ways a work of art, literature, or film may enter the public domain. Each year, many classic works become public simply due to the passing of time. Works published between 1923 and 1977 pass into the public domain on January 1, 95 years after their respective year of publication.
Embed from Getty Images Author Jane Austen's most famous work, Pride and Prejudice, begins with an iconic phrase: “It is...
Do you remember your favorite book as a child?
From 2010 to 2016, author Derrick Barnes could not get any of his book ideas published. The prolific writer penned 30 unpublished books during that time, and he was worried no one would ever want to publish his work again. But once his son told him to write “the Blackest children's book he could write” Barnes authored his critically acclaimed picture book titled Crown: An Ode to the Fresh Cut. Illustrated by Gordan C.
‘Accidentally Wes Anderson’ Book Is the Perfect Travel Guide for Adventurers Who Love Pastel Architecture
Have you ever seen a place that looks like it could be in a Wes Anderson film?
Whether we look to nature, religion, art, or community, much of the human experience involves the act of searching for...