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Little Dancer by Edgar Degas: What Makes Her Different and Loved by All

Little Dancer by Edgar Degas: What Makes Her Different and Loved by All | Architecture and Sculptures | Scoop.it
  Little Dancer by Edgar Degas   Edgar Degas had a passion for illustrating the ballet and ballerinas in action; the guy lived, breathed, and loved to watch how ballerinas would practice their routines and perform on stage in front of hundreds of...
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Realistic architectural sculptures carved into stones by Matthew Simonds

Realistic architectural sculptures carved into stones by Matthew Simonds | Architecture and Sculptures | Scoop.it
Matthew Simonds sculpts marbles and other stones to create architectural sculptures that look like replicas of some of the classical buildings.  The architectu…
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Can You Name These Famous Paintings Made Out of LEGO?

I am a huge fan of Lego and an even bigger fan of art (obviouly). When I came across these amazing pieces of artwork, I knew that I had to share with you. These pieces were created for a campaign for LEGO by artist Marco Sodano.
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WHY Is Art So Expensive???

WHY Is Art So Expensive??? | Architecture and Sculptures | Scoop.it
Why is art so expensive? You may not be super interested in art, but one day you find yourself wandering a gallery with a friend.  You find mild interest in something colorful that has caught your eye.
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Why We Need to Embrace Change in the Art World

Why We Need to Embrace Change in the Art World | Architecture and Sculptures | Scoop.it
It’s easy to equate technological innovations or big cultural shifts such as mass media to the death of originality.  I of all people detest the phrase “it’s all been done before”.
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The Artsnapper Application is Available Now!!!

The Artsnapper Application is Available Now!!! | Architecture and Sculptures | Scoop.it
The Artsnapper Team has been hard at work putting the finishing touches on our smartphone application that will forever change the way you discover art.  We are happy to announce that the Artsnapper Application is now available (yes download it).
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Celebrating Sculptor Constantin Brancusi

Celebrating Sculptor Constantin Brancusi | Architecture and Sculptures | Scoop.it
Sculptur Constantin Brancusi Constantin Brancusi (February 19, 1876 – March 16, 1957)  was a Romanian-born sculptor who made his career in France. As a child, he showed a talent for carving objects out of wood.
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The Art of Making Sweet Art

The Art of Making Sweet Art | Architecture and Sculptures | Scoop.it
The Art of Making Sweet Art Bees don’t get enough credit. But they are amazing insects. They can they fly up to 15 mph, have a complex language, and visit thousands of flowers a day. To top that off they are also artist assistants.
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Why I Love New York, its Art and its Inhabitants

Why I Love New York, its Art and its Inhabitants | Architecture and Sculptures | Scoop.it
Why I Love New York   Yesterday was a perfect illustration of my life, which is entirely saturated in all things art.  I had been away from New York City for almost two whole months.  I cannot begin to explain how disappointing this was, not to...
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Driftwood Sculpture an Addition to the Innovative Eco Art

Driftwood Sculpture an Addition to the Innovative Eco Art | Architecture and Sculptures | Scoop.it
We Love Greening   We’ve talked about art made out of recycled things before, and the eco-art trend is growing. Why not go green while creating artwork? A style of eco art that has caught our eye is the art of driftwood sculpture.
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The Magnificent Snow Sculptures from The Sapporo Snow Festival

The Magnificent Snow Sculptures from The Sapporo Snow Festival | Architecture and Sculptures | Scoop.it
We have all heard of ice sculptures, sure, but have you heard of snow sculptures? Well they are breathtaking. More importantly, every year, there is a Snow Festival, The Sapporo Snow Festival.
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#Nofilter: The Only Acceptable Filter for Works of Art

#Nofilter: The Only Acceptable Filter for Works of Art | Architecture and Sculptures | Scoop.it
#Nofilter: The Only Acceptable Filter for Works of Art   You know that moment when you’re standing somewhere—such as an art museum or a restaurant—and you look up and notice that people are taking pictures of a painting or sculpture or of their food?
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Artsnapper Interview’s Artist and Barista Mike Breach

Artsnapper Interview’s Artist and Barista Mike Breach | Architecture and Sculptures | Scoop.it
  Q&A With Artist/Barista Mike Breach   New York native, Mike Breach, has given Artsnapper the inside scoop on the art that he’s brewing up.
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Kinetic Art Movement: A Visual Guide to Kinetic Art

Kinetic Art Movement: A Visual Guide to Kinetic Art | Architecture and Sculptures | Scoop.it
Kinetic Art is any piece that contains movement or the implication of movement.  From museum pieces or outdoors ones, this art form responds to it’s environment and invites the audience in (play with me…).
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Why is Art So Important? Because it Has Healing Powers

Why is Art So Important? Because it Has Healing Powers | Architecture and Sculptures | Scoop.it
Hello world. For the past month I have been completely disconnected, wandering Europe with nothing but a backpack, sketchbook, and a few friends.  Zero expectations were formed beforehand- I walked into this blind.
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Life Underground: Public Art on the Subway

Life Underground: Public Art on the Subway | Architecture and Sculptures | Scoop.it
Public Art on the Subway Before I moved to the New York, I was a little put off by the idea of subways. For some reason, I thought that they would be dirty, crowded, smelly, germy places.
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Kinetic Art Movement: A Visual Guide to Kinetic Art

Kinetic Art Movement: A Visual Guide to Kinetic Art | Architecture and Sculptures | Scoop.it
Kinetic Art is any piece that contains movement or the implication of movement.  From museum pieces or outdoors ones, this art form responds to it’s environment and invites the audience in (play with me…).
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My Thoughts on Swoon’s “Submerged Motherlands” At The Brooklyn Museum

My Thoughts on Swoon’s “Submerged Motherlands” At The Brooklyn Museum | Architecture and Sculptures | Scoop.it
Yesterday I went to the Brooklyn Museum to see its delightful Judy Chicago exhibit.  The exhibit lends a pure and unbiased vision of her genius (ok now we’re biased) re-gendering of the masculine, machismo world of Minimalism.  Chicago’s feminist...
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India Art n Design inditerrain: Grove Towers, Mumbai

India Art n Design inditerrain: Grove Towers, Mumbai | Architecture and Sculptures | Scoop.it
Mumbai will soon see its mangrove-inspired ‘Grove Towers’ designed by Denmark-based Architects, 3XN Studio; design just unveiled…
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For Those Who Stand Perplexed, Asking, “WHY Is This Art?”

For Those Who Stand Perplexed, Asking, “WHY Is This Art?” | Architecture and Sculptures | Scoop.it
WHY is this ART? The Chelsea galleries hummed with exciting energy under the first sunny skies New York had seen since September.
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Maki Visits the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York

Maki Visits the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York | Architecture and Sculptures | Scoop.it
I needed a break from studying for finals, and decided to go to the local museum. Luckily for me, living in New York gives me a slew of options!
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The World’s Top 5 Artsiest Airports

The World’s Top 5 Artsiest Airports | Architecture and Sculptures | Scoop.it
  The World’s Top 5 Artsiest Airports   Call me crazy, but I’ve always really liked layovers. They give you a chance to stretch your legs, grab a coffee, and use a bathroom that doesn’t smell like somebody’s cough.
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Video Depicting the Final Stages of Construction of the Sagrada Familia in Barcelona

Video Depicting the Final Stages of Construction of the Sagrada Familia in Barcelona | Architecture and Sculptures | Scoop.it
La Sagrada Familia in Barcelona, Spain has taken more than 100 years to complete. The construction of this amazing Roman Catholic church commenced in 1882.
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9 Lifelike Sculptures That Will Be Sure To Fool You

9 Lifelike Sculptures That Will Be Sure To Fool You | Architecture and Sculptures | Scoop.it
In the past we have written about artists who paint photographs also known as Hyperrealism. We even highlighted some of my favorite hyperrealist artists such as Alyssa Monks and Paul Cadden.
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Photographer Fabian Oefner Pops Ballons and Makes Art

Photographer Fabian Oefner Pops Ballons and Makes Art | Architecture and Sculptures | Scoop.it
In a new project titled Liquid Jewel, Swiss photographer Fabian Oefner covered balloons in thick layers of paint, then pooped them with a needle.
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