Dimitrios Milios

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Based on his ideas on transposition and movement the artist Peter Jansen uses shapes of the human body to create energetic spaces.  In his earlier works he focused on open spaces, created almost free of matter and weight.  In his recent sculptures he captures sequences of human movements in space and time, in a single frame.   peter jansen - Google Search

Based on his ideas on transposition and movement the artist Peter Jansen uses shapes of the human body to create energetic spaces. In his earlier works he focused on open spaces, created almost free of matter and weight. In his recent sculptures he captures sequences of human movements in space and time, in a single frame. peter jansen - Google Search

Based on his ideas on transposition and movement the artist Peter Jansen uses shapes of the human body to create energetic spaces.  In his earlier works he focused on open spaces, created almost free of matter and weight.  In his recent sculptures he captures sequences of human movements in space and time, in a single frame.   peter jansen - Google Search

Based on his ideas on transposition and movement the artist Peter Jansen uses shapes of the human body to create energetic spaces. In his earlier works he focused on open spaces, created almost free of matter and weight. In his recent sculptures he captures sequences of human movements in space and time, in a single frame. peter jansen - Google Search

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Vigeland Sculpture Park "That two bodies press convulsively together, man and…

By Jonathan Brilliant    The Goldsworthy of the Coffee shop uses coffee stir sticks, the seven inch birch ones from Starbucks, which have the appropriate bend and weave-ability. 'In his ongoing series of work, Jonathan continues to explore his sense that the coffee shop and related consumer environs are more organic and nurturing than the “real” natural environment.' jonathanbrilliant.com

Not only do I not have access to that many coffee stirrers, but a gust of wind would knock it down. But, it would be a great entrance to another part of the garden

By Jonathan Brilliant    The Goldsworthy of the Coffee shop uses coffee stir sticks, the seven inch birch ones from Starbucks, which have the appropriate bend and weave-ability. 'In his ongoing series of work, Jonathan continues to explore his sense that the coffee shop and related consumer environs are more organic and nurturing than the “real” natural environment.' jonathanbrilliant.com

Not only do I not have access to that many coffee stirrers, but a gust of wind would knock it down. But, it would be a great entrance to another part of the garden

Photographer Charles Freger

The result of photographer Charles Freger’s months traveling in Europe researching costumes and customs. “more than actual carnivals or folklore, what I was trying to represent was the community of.

The Al Magar finds appear to show horse-like animals with the accessories of domestication. Initial evidence suggests that the artefacts date back 9,000 years.

Desert finds challenge horse taming ideas - The Al Magar (Arabian Peninsula) finds appear to show horse-like animals with the accessories of domestication - Feb.