World War I: Secret Underground Cities
Jeff Gusky is a doctor, artist and explorer. In 2012, while on a trip photographing the remnants of World War I along the Western Front in France, a historian showed him something incredible: a cavern in the Picardy Region of France that was covered in carvings made by soldiers during World War I.
New Historical Folk art painting
Greek Revival maiden Greek Revival Maiden shows a elegantly dressed lady to the side of a pink and white stucco Greek Revival cottage inspired by the 1840's Isaac Bogart home located in New Orleans Garden district. The home is a beautiful blend of Gulf Coast Creole and South Carolina classical architecture. Behind the front door is not a hall but a open air gallery. The pedimented front porch has box paneled columns as well as Tower of the winds fluted columns. The 3 bay openings all have…
The Vulcan statue is the largest cast iron statue in the world, and is the city symbol of Birmingham, Alabama, reflecting its roots in the iron and steel industry. The 56-foot tall statue depicts the Roman god Vulcan, god of the fire and forge. It was created as Birmingham's entry for the Louisiana Purchase Exposition (1904 World's Fair) in St. Louis, Missouri. It is the seventh-tallest free-standing statue in the United States