A great document of time, this short documentary about the Art of the Marbler shows a rare glimpse of a lost artform only mastered by a few artists today. This Film was produced by Bedfordshire Record Office of Cockerell marbling and was made in 1970. The Family of the great artist William Chapman never knew […]

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Grant Fuller is a artist, author and instructor. His watercolor teaching and painting methods show a wide selection of painting subjects and insight into what we can do with watercolor. This is a detailed demonstration of painting trees in the mist. This is a mountain landscape in watercolor with trees fading into the fog and […]

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In this video Matt we’ll be making some really charming mushroom lights! Here are the LEDs we’ll need: https://www.amazon.com/gp/search/ref=… Here are some LED strips from which you can utilise the LEDs: http://rover.ebay.com/rover/1/711-532… Worldwide (ships from China): http://rover.ebay.com/rover/1/711-532… (choose the 5630 model, and no waterproofing) Please note that the LEDs are wired in series on these […]

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Victoria Ellis is a clay sculpter. Her speciality has become working on fully painted fineart clay murals. This is a fascinating documentary film showing how British artist Victoria Ellis carves a fine bas relief figurative clay mural. The film covers the entire process, from initial design right through to the final glazed mural. On the […]

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Jim McKenzie is a skilfull sculptor from the US. He made this cute and yet haunting maket of a scarecrow. It is all part of his solo exhibition called „Lost Magic“. „The Scarecrow“ documents the complete step by step process of creating a character starting from a simple sketch in 2014 to a fully developed […]

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Enjoy some wonderfull one stroke painting from Japan. This traditional artform has persisted thru the ages and is lifed by many artists to this day. The video whas filmed in Nikko, Japan by a art-loving tourist in 2013. The words are translated to „the sleeping dragon wakes up and flys into the sky“.  

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Leidenschaftlich gern zerstört er seine eigenen Arbeiten: Markus „Leto“ Meyle arbeitet in einem Kunstbereich, der in nördlichen Gefilden sehr verbreitet ist, in der Schweiz jedoch eher Seltenheitswert geniesst. Leto’s Kunst ist heiss, zieht regelmässig viele Leute an und ist nicht ganz ungefährlich. Die Risiken halten sich glücklicherweise durch die langjährige Erfahrung des Künstlers in Grenzen, […]

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Immer Montag und Donnerstag auf CHTV.

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Vom Bleistift über Pappe bis hin zu Schweissbrennern wird in dieser Sendung alles verwendet, um ein-zigartige Kunstwerke zu erschaffen. Auf der ganzen Welt arbeiten ständig Künstler in ihren chaotischen Ateliers, klinisch sauberen Galerien oder auf der Strasse, führen Auftragsarbeiten aus oder lassen ihrem Schöpfungsgeist freien Lauf. Die Lebensgeschichten dieser Individuen, ihre Inspirationsquellen und ihre Ansichten […]

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Als kleiner Junge hat Marco Kunz gejodelt, später wurde Jodeln uncool und da lag die Gitarre seiner Schwester. Kunz hat mit der A-Cappella-Formation A-live über 400 Konzerte gespielt, bis er 2011 ausstieg und seine eigenen Songs veröffentlichen wollte. So kam 2012 noch im klassischen Singer/Songwriter-Stil „Chopf, Härz, Hand“ und letztes Jahr dann im Folk-Pop-Stil „Eifach […]

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