New Monsoon – Painted Moon


New Monsoon – Painted Moon

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PartyPOP.com recently announced free wedding invitations and an RSVP website for any engaged couple in the United States, Canada and the United Kingdom. The company has re-purposed their 2012 marketing budget in hopes of building brand awareness and loyalty. According to reports from within the Southern California based company, its working.

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Entering the Residence is like having a stroll in F.H. Burnett’s Secret Garden while appreciating six of the most significant painters for Egyptian contemporary art. All of them are already known for their numerous solo exhibitions both in Egypt and abroad.

Once you are in, follow the natural disposition of the rooms and admire the sumptuous style of this early 20th century residence. After a few steps, you may find yourself in a significant contrast between the smooth lines of the furniture and the strength of the first paintings.

The entrance hall hosts four of Salah El Mur’s works. One in particular caught our attention: two women are painted in different green, blue, and red tones on a green background; one of them is pregnant. Green should be the colour of hope but here it gives a sense of sickness. The women are almost blue in the face and their wide skirts remind us of a cage, as if they were somehow trapped.

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The exhibition continues in the waiting room with four of Hany Rashed’s paintings. You can’t help noticing two of them for their big format, pop art inspiration and advertising style. On one of them, the square canvas is only painted with the three primary colours plus black and white. The square contains a circle in which two women from the 50′s are gossiping. The other two paintings are more inspired by urban art and use collage techniques.

Along the corridor, Ibrahim s paintings are exhibited. Apart from one big sized work, the rest of his collection is made up of a series of small works on paper. El Haddad’ asserts: “We see nothing truly until we understand it. And for me the real key for seeing, understanding, and making an art work is honesty”. The walking men he paints are Probably going towards that quest for honesty the artist talks about.

The dining room is the last room and also the biggest one. It hosts eleven paintings: three from Xavier Puigmarti, three from Salah El Mur, and five from Georges Bahgory. We appreciated the title of Puigmarti’s selection, which inspired by what happened in Egypt in the days after January 25th: Wireless.

The Salah El Mur paintings here are different from those of the entrance hall, showing something more tribal in their represented subjects and choice of colours.

Before having a deserved rest in the hidden garden, don’t miss Bahgory’s section which is on your right. You’ll find a big painting probably representing a concert. We can recognize men playing instruments from an orchestra in the background, a couple dancing in the front, and an impressive Castafiore filling the space with her powerful facial expression.

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{Should this be the situation? If the exact same jobs will be carried out to complete the same work, why are Denver painting contractors bidding with distinct asking prices?The answer is for the reason that Denver industrial painting contractors have diverse operational and organization costs. Their own one of a kind business environment is influenced by several aspects, which influences their pricing scheme.Overhead PricesThere are big expenses that contribute to Denver painting contractors’ total overhead fees. The more able the workforce, the better the knowledge base, practical experience and certifications, as well as higher limit insurance policy coverage that a company offers, the higher the overhead fees.Overhead fees such as highly-experienced staff salaries and benefits, office expenses, rental costs, workplace supplies, utilities, are incurred to maintain the business offices. Given that contractors invest most of their time going to and from customer sites, yet another frequent overhead are transportation-associatedtravel and car routine maintenance charges.As with any profitable firm, overhead costs are thought to be and designed in accordingly to all contracts to allow Denver painting contractors to make profits and stay in business.Legal ChargesDenver painting contractors have to pay the obligatory taxes if they wish to proceed conducting their business legally.Insurance coverage plays a large function in overhead expenses. Little corporations that are family-operate and only utilize family members normally never have the massive expense of staff compensation insurance. General liability limits and coverage vary substantially and it is beneficial to see what limits a prospective contractor can provide your facility.Licenses, application and manufacturer certifications, safety training and compliance with nearby, state and federal security specifications are more costs that contractors incur. These expenses, as all overhead charges, may not be visible in the bid quotation, but are some of the drivers of the total project cost charged by Denver painting contractors to consumers.Revenue Things to considerSoaring materials costs, raising competition and a transforming market place environment present new issues for Denverl painting contractors to earn a good revenue. Close consideration of their earnings and expenses balanced with clients’ funds allocations can change the profit margin for the firm.To draw in new customers, contractors invest in advertising in newspapers, local phone directories, and in the World-wide-web to encourage their company.When doing work on a customer project, they incur material, labor, and travel costs. Travel expense is impacted by climbing fuel costs, toll service fees, and car upkeep. Materials fees, on the other hand, are acquired at every last stage of the project from surface area preparation, application and post-application, with excellent materials costing higher than sub-standard ones.Facility managers really should estimate the revenue and expense rates of bidding painting contractors in order to attain the fairest project price from them.Because of the various price rates of Denver painting contractors, Customers must contemplate 3 to 5 price quotations from differently-sized painting firms. A price comparison from these organizations assists customers make a much more knowledgeable selection which of these Denver painting contractors is price-correctly for the project. But customers ought to be cautious of Denver painting contractors who price the lowest, for the reason that this may possibly be a ploy to just win the bid, but results in bad workmanship, cutting corners throughout the {project.

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Oil paintingWith this technique used by the painter paints, the pigments, ie colorants, are bound by drying oils (eg linseed, poppy seed, nut or soy oil) and resins together. The oldest surviving oil paintings, the wall decoration of Buddhist monasteries rock at Bamiyan (Afghanistan) are, they are estimated from the 8th Century and gave their discovery in 2001 (or subsequent research) on the new art history mystery because it is not known whether the principle of transferred oil color recipe from the Orient to Europe and there discovered. Decisive for the development of Western oil painting in any case the works of the Flemish painter Jan van Eyck (c. 1390-1441) were, who became the founder of the era of early Netherlandish art. In the High and Late Renaissance finally designed highly talented artists such as Correggio, El Greco, Leonardo da Vinci, Michelangelo, Raphael and Titian (just to name a few) with the technique of oil painting their masterful color works – their study is to date the formation of a painter. In any subsequent period of art was waived since the benefits of oil painting, but there is a continuous development of their chemical formulas. The use of oil paint gives the artist the ability to produce the strongest to weakest color intensities, different ways of painting with its special effects and choose to use the miscibility of the colors together in a theoretically infinite range of colors can be.

Water colorWater colors can be divided into three major groups: water colors (even the artist in ancient Egypt they used), cover colors (they are known in the school) and gouache, the latter have a very good coverage, while let the former still shining through the canvas. The allure of a watercolor painting lies in the unique interplay of water-soluble colors together, through the use of special techniques – especially glaze and maneuvering – the painter can produce effects in the wide spread between the contour and curve. Thus combines with each individual on a one-way transparent watercolor or intense hue accurate atmospheric with delicate or more powerful gradients.

Pencil drawingThe mine consists of a pencil in the 19th Century from a fired graphite-clay mixture. So that it contains, in contrast to similar writing and drawing instruments from ancient Egypt, ancient and medieval times, no more toxic lead components, the main component of today’s graphite is a pure natural product and toxicologically harmless. The painters are about 20 (not yet normalized) mining hardness levels are available – the higher the proportion of graphite in relation to the sound, the softer and darker the character pattern of a pencil, and accordingly it is at a low content of graphite hard and bright, just pencil drawings very expressive, be there with the different drawing techniques – the essence of a subject can be worked out by the painter atmospheric – Drawing, Shading (this is used to mine the side), Hatch and blurring.

Charcoal drawingAlready the people of Stone Age used for their cave paintings including charred wood, as was Binders added no water mixed lime, some were of the drawings still preserved for thousands of years, since the calcium bicarbonate in the leachate of the rocks by itself caused by the evaporation forming travertine for the preservation of the works. In medieval Europe it was only since the development of appropriate fixation methods in the 15th Century for a painter in use, charcoal drawings, not only for sketching, but also as end products to produce. Because the actual pigments of the charcoal are the fine soot particles of charred wood and light bars, which is liability without fixing little self on the canvas. They can deviate from the typical artist, providing deep black strokes that give the charcoal drawing their distinctive character in the tension between softness and drama.

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