Christmas Ideas!

Christmas Ideas!
Looking for that Great Christmas Gift!

Tuesday, October 25, 2011

What we need is creative ideas

This is one of the best idea's iv heard why aren't they talking about this on the news?

Thursday, August 18, 2011

Latte Art

Tuesday, July 5, 2011

Nili Yosha Creator of

Meet - a platform for people who care to share creative ideas about the roaring Middle East.

A creative and collaborative teaching tool, allows us to share ideas for a more friendly and peaceful world. evolved from an interactive art show that took place during the International Student Festival (ISFiT) in Trondheim, Norway. ISFiT is the world's largest student festival with a thematic focus. The themes have changed over the years, but have always been related to social and political topics of international relevance. In 2009 the theme was Peace Building, and I was invited to create an exhibit from my perspective as an Israeli artist. I created an interactive installation that evoked the feel, the look, the smell and even the climate of the Middle East.

Leaving the classrooms and straying from their usual routines, visitors entered a hot, sandy gallery to relax and share a desert meal of coffee and falafel, to discuss and exchange ideas, and to meditate upon how to build peace.

Visitors filled the gallery walls with their ideas for building peace in this land. They were encouraged to work together with others, as peace is not a solitary process. People were inspired by and responded to the heartfelt and spontaneous works around them.

Entering as passive viewers, visitors became active participants in peace building, through a project that shares ideas from the public to the public, rather than from the artist, the politician or the media to the public.

Through this website, people from different countries and cultures can work together and share their ideas for peace. – cheaper than a plane ticket, faster than learning a new language, and more powerful than the sum of its parts.

Best Drinking Song Ever

Sunday, June 26, 2011

Rachel Q. Landers: Working

Rachel Q. Landers: Working

Artist Statement

Rachel Q. Landers earned a Bachelor of Arts in Studio Art,
with a concentration in Scientific Illustration from the University
of Georgia in 2006. She currently lives in Gainesville, Georgia.

Rachel’s artwork, by moving away from realism, acknowledges
that viewers bring a lexicon of experience and concurrent emotion
to a painting. She would like her artwork to encourage discourse -
facilitating storytelling and a sense of community. This holds a
significant place in her art and philosophy.

Tying together aspects of life and nature with spirituality, Rachel
creates mystery, in essence – possibilities. When creating her art,
she feels it is challenging as well as freeing to accept change and
adapt to what emerges. By layering perhaps unusual combinations
of shapes and colors which contrast and resolve, her work represents
life with its undulating tensions– and sometimes surprising beauty.
She wishes to broaden her outlook visually as well as in day to day
interactions. It is an optimistic process.

Monday, June 20, 2011

Crafts by Whiskers and Tea: Ominous Light Box Setup

Crafts by Whiskers and Tea: Ominous Light Box Setup: "Ominous Light Box Setup , a photo by Whiskers and Tea on Flickr. It reminds me of a science experiment. It actually is a DIY Light Box I ma..."

Saturday, June 18, 2011


    Hope you like!  Most of my new work is a mix of Acrylic paint and Photoshop Collage.  I scan the work for reference. Then from there I match the element to my work to make sure the color and style match.  Weather it's pills I scan in or in this case small marbles.  I try in my work to bring in the old style of painting and up date it with fresh idea's.  Technology helps out there!  I also use layering colors that I pick up from a plastic sheet by scratching into the backs of the paper. After I have the image sharp I print out the missing elements and collage them into the final piece.

Wednesday, June 15, 2011

Enter for a chance to win our Monthly Pot Luck.

                                               The Tree of Life by Dustin Rankin
                                                      Mono Print with Acrylic

  How you enter:
- leave a blog comment right here, right now : )

I will choose a random lucky person The First of July.
Wishing you all good luck!

Who Says Farmers Don't Have Fashion

Splendid Dachshund
{Farm Life Fashion Designs} A collection of designs for animal lovers and farmers.