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philamuseum · 1 year
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Today is the winter solstice in the Northern Hemisphere— the first day of winter and the shortest day of the year.  We haven't seen snow yet in Philadelphia, but we're dreaming of this cozy wintery landscape.
"A Snowy Night," 1939, by George Sotter 
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goodvibezdesignz · 2 years
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#GoodVibezDesignz 🎨 #SneakerMods 🪐 #MerchMods )
- So this customer was my grandmother. 😂
She’s up there and age but still packs some spunk.
She came to me suddenly with a request. To do her orthopedic shoes.
They where big and bulky and all white.
Blain and dull structuring.
So this idea came up to create a feminine parter counter.
I took some old H&M shoe strings( you go girl).
Created a burgundy by mixing navy blue and green and a dark Red.
Use my classic them to fill the shoes designing.
Btw any purchase with my small business comes with a free canvas! Plus frame (optional) ✔️
She loved them overall!!! Just want to change the way Swaggs expressed. #GoodVibezDesignz 🎨🔥
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Tap Tap Tap in ! HERspace Women’s Art Experience is back! GIVE HER SPACE in Feb 2021! Submit artwork or reserve tickets here : phillyartcollective.com 
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secondsofpleasure · 8 months
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meet me in the middle / 4.2022
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damonabnormal · 2 months
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The PMA is run by complete berks!
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theramblingsoldier · 3 months
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I recently had the privilege to go on a school trip with my honours class to Philadelphia, I hope you fellows enjoy these photos that I took while I was there.
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The section I went to was the European Arts section 1200s-1500s which contains a lot of Christian art so my apologies to anyone who doesn’t like this art style, I have more photos of other things as well.
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beethebabe · 2 months
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justmeandmytechs · 5 days
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mikerickson · 8 months
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The Annunciation (1898) Henry Ossawa Tanner
Drawing on his roots as a realist, Tanner portrays Mary as he imagines she would have looked at the moment the angel Gabriel appeared to her. First, he knows that Mary was a teenage Jewish girl from Israel. Thus, ethnically she is Middle Eastern. Tanner portrays her with dark hair and Middle Eastern skin tones, not as a blonde woman from Northern Europe as so many prior artists had done. Not being wealthy, Mary would be dressed in the clothes of a poor person and her room would reflect her humble status. Thus, she sits on her simple bed with its rumpled sheets, in a room with rough plain walls with fissured plaster, and a cracked, cobblestone floor. She has almost no possessions, with the exception of a lamp with its low burning flame and a jug, perhaps filled with water. Like William Holman-Hunt before him, Tanner had visited the Holy Land where he had made sketches and drawings which enabled him to lend a great deal of authenticity to his work. [Source]
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harrisx28 · 3 months
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Harry Potter: The Exhibition at the Franklin Institute in Philadelphia 🪄
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nycstudying · 1 year
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Started the day off with Latin class and a pumpkin cream cold brew and then went to the museum in Philadelphia. The royal treasures of Ur are my favorite thing there, but if you follow me you know I also can’t resist a gorgeous black figure amphora 🏺
Then I went out with my parents for my birthday for some Asian food, then read Apuleius for the rest of the evening.
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philamuseum · 9 months
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Philadelphia-born Sarah Dodson studied in the city before moving to France and England, where she developed her talent for imaginative historical figure painting. In this picture she references the famous honey that the beekeepers of ancient Athens produced in the Hymettus mountains. Visit this portrait in our American galleries.
"Honey of the Hymettus," 1891, by Sarah Paxton Ball Dodson (On loan from the Thomas H. and Diane DeMell Jacobsen Ph.D. Foundation)
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goodvibezdesignz · 2 years
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#GoodVibezDesignz 🎨🥰
Compelling illustrations with a taste of high saturation. I don’t spend years on the product. It takes me about 4 days to finish completely.
These boots where made for a music artist for her shoot in #Philadelphia. ) I had literally 3 days to modify these boots and a pair of her converse Chucks Taylor’s.
The design above is very meticulous but the reward is the Finish product.
Used colors that feed off natural sunlight.
Want to deliver more than just a piece.
Patient and Delicately is 100% in affect.
🎨🎨🎨🎨🎨🎨🎨🎨🎨 #ArtisticallyInclined
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GIVE HER SPACE SOCIALLY DISTANT ART EXPERIENCE
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secondsofpleasure · 1 year
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22 and Cheetah (1983) by Emma Amos
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damonabnormal · 10 months
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Snowy Afternoons
Philadelphia _ Jan 2022
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