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Building Mindsets Towards Learning with Technology in Schools

Building  Mindsets Towards Learning with Technology in Schools | The Creative Commons | Scoop.it

The visual "discusses the correlation of the school mindset on technology innovation in learning, and the alignment it has with administrator support, professional development, and the corresponding hardware/infrastructure within the school/classroom "

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Tang Yau Hoong: Creative, Conceptual and Communicative Art.

Tang Yau Hoong: Creative, Conceptual and Communicative Art. | The Creative Commons | Scoop.it
鄧堯逢 Tang Yau Hoong is an artist, illustrator, graphic designer living in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. With a passion for creative thinking, he creates art that is conceptual, surreal and fun in a simplistic and unique way. 
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Beauty and Mystery: Paintings by Tollef Runquist

Beauty and Mystery: Paintings by Tollef Runquist | The Creative Commons | Scoop.it

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“Painting for me is an undertaking of appreciation and inquiry. It is a means by which to engage the beauty and mystery of visual experience in an ongoing dialogue. 

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Anything can happen in a world that holds such beauty

Anything can happen in a world that holds such beauty | The Creative Commons | Scoop.it

" The Botanist's Daughter " 

Christian Schloe is a talented Austrian artist whose work includes digital art, painting, illustration, and photography.
As he says: "Anything can happen in a world that holds such Beauty."

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Fantastic Macro Insect Photography by Jim Hoffman

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Jim Hoffman is based in Spain and has been specializing in macro photography for the past couple of years, mostly taking images of insects. 

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Lulaland Marvellous Mandalas

Lulaland Marvellous Mandalas | The Creative Commons | Scoop.it

The work of stylist/designer Lula Aldunate, aka Lulaland. Her series of mandalas, created with vintage fabrics and china, absolutely blows the mind.

“Sometimes I just need to do something beautiful, so I take what I have around and make things like this…”

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Geometry and Art: The Radial Symmetry

Geometry and Art: The Radial Symmetry | The Creative Commons | Scoop.it

Radial symmetry is symmetrical designs in three, four, five, six or more rays. The best known examples come to us from nature : what are the snowflakes if not astonishing constructions radial symmetry!

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Vincent van Gogh on Art and the Power of Love in Letters to His Brother

Vincent van Gogh on Art and the Power of Love in Letters to His Brother | The Creative Commons | Scoop.it

"Vincent van Gogh in My Life & Love Are One (public library) — a lovely slim 1976 book that traces “the magic and melancholy of Vincent van Gogh” by culling his thoughts on love, art, and turmoil from his letters to his brother Theo.

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Sacred Geometry and Mandala Arts

Sacred Geometry and Mandala Arts | The Creative Commons | Scoop.it

"Love is my reference and thats the point of this art. I have to express this love to you! These are 'roses from my soul' and if you see beauty and wonderment in my paintings, that is because you can see part of yourself, like in a mirror you see something you know...something totally cosmic is reflected back at you."

Stephen Meakin - artist - teacher - antiquarian - independent researcher


 

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18 Things Highly Creative People Do Differently

18 Things Highly Creative People Do Differently | The Creative Commons | Scoop.it

Creativity works in mysterious and often paradoxical ways. Creative thinking is a stable, defining characteristic in some personalities, but it may also change based on situation and context. Inspiration and ideas often arise seemingly out of nowhere and then fail to show up when we most need them, and creative thinking requires complex cognition yet is completely distinct from the thinking process.

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Comunicologos.com's curator insight, March 9, 1:34 PM

Creativity works

Carole Maurage's curator insight, March 12, 12:37 AM

Créatifs ! Ne vous demandez plus pourquoi vous vous sentez différent. Un très bon article sur les comportements des personnes naturellement plus créatives.

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wavesofcreativity

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The wonderful art and poetry  by Krissy Venosdale on her site Venspired 


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Sublime Scottish Artist John Lowrie Morrison

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John Lowrie Morrison OBE, known as Jolomo, is a Scottish contemporary artist. 

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The Evolution of the Labyrinths and Mazes

The Evolution of the Labyrinths and Mazes | The Creative Commons | Scoop.it
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The Italian site of http://www.didatticarte.it/ always wonderfully rich with art and information. 

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Dang Chau Phien Painter

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Free! Vector graphic arts, icons & font downloads

Free! Vector graphic arts, icons & font downloads | The Creative Commons | Scoop.it

Free graphic resource for designer include: free vector, free psd, free icons, Brushes, Patterns, Shapes, Styles, Gradients, free font and many more free resource file!

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Lulu deKwiatkowski - The Painters Eye

Lulu deKwiatkowski - The Painters Eye | The Creative Commons | Scoop.it

Studying fine art and interior design in her home city of New York, Lulu relocated to Paris to study tromp l’oeil which later she transferred to fabrics. Lulu says “Whether I am traveling or at home in my backyard, my eyes are constantly seeking the colour, uniqueness, and originality of my surroundings. I paint to capture moments where life has jumped out at me, bringing inspiration to my sight and soul.

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Lisa A Frank's Exquisite Connections to the Patterns in Nature

Lisa A Frank's Exquisite Connections to the Patterns in Nature | The Creative Commons | Scoop.it

These beautiful photographic patterns are constructed from daily snapshots that Lisa A Frank takes while walking in the woods, then the images are “sewn” together through extreme image layering and masking.

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Living a Lush Life Through the Eyes of Painter Evgeny Mukovnin

Living a Lush Life Through the Eyes of Painter Evgeny Mukovnin | The Creative Commons | Scoop.it

Mukovnin Eugeny [Муковнин Евгений Владимирович] Russian painter, was born in the city of Voronezh, Russia in 1976. 
His works can be found in the collections of "Stroitransgas and Rosenergoatom" companies, as well as in private collections in the USA, Japan and France.

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Extremely Detailed Close-Ups of Van Gogh's Masterpieces

Extremely Detailed Close-Ups of Van Gogh's Masterpieces | The Creative Commons | Scoop.it

  The Google Art Project is a collaboration with museums large and small, classic and modern, world-renowned and community-based from over 40 countries. Together they have contributed more than 40,000 high-resolution images of works ranging from oil on canvas to sculpture and furniture.

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The Evolution of Visual Effects

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Video editor Jim Casey compiled this fantastic homage to visual effects in this amazing 3 minute montage. The chronological showcase captures defining moments in visual effects history starting from 1878. The progression is fascinating to see and it’s exciting to think what lies ahead.

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New York City Museum Invites Visitors To Draw On Its Walls

New York City Museum Invites Visitors To Draw On Its Walls | The Creative Commons | Scoop.it

A visit to a museum is most often characterized by a significant amount of visual observation, a good dose of walking at a leisurely pace down white-washed walls and an extended time period filled with silence or something close to it. 

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Susan Delaine Daniel's curator insight, March 21, 10:05 AM

I think this is really fun and artistic. Just imagine the different levels of creativity and talent one would find on it's walls!

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Pat Perry’s Artwork: Undeniably Amazing

Pat Perry’s Artwork: Undeniably Amazing | The Creative Commons | Scoop.it

A peek inside the sketchbooks of Michigan based artist and illustrator Pat Perry reveals a fascinating world where the natural world seems on a direct collision course with the urban. Silhouettes of people and wildlife are filled with rich, textured stories that seem to be representative of dreamlike memories. 

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See What Happens When Youths Swap Clothes with their Elders

See What Happens When Youths Swap Clothes with their Elders | The Creative Commons | Scoop.it

 In an ongoing series entitled Spring-Autumn, artist qozop takes side by side portraits of youths with their parents or grandparents. The first portrait shows the two wearing their own clothes. The companion portrait shows the two wearing each other’s clothes. The juxtaposition is both humorous and intriguing.

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The Not So Innocent Nursery Rhymes

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Fictional grande dame of kiddie poems has got a bit of a dark streak, as evidenced by the unexpectedly sinister theories surrounding the origins of these 11 well-known nursery rhymes.

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Nature's Art: Universal Spirals and Fibonacci

Nature's Art: Universal Spirals and Fibonacci | The Creative Commons | Scoop.it
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Andrea Zeitz's curator insight, February 10, 10:50 AM

From a tiny baby to the massive expanse of the Universe, spirals are all around us. They link us all – me to you, you to nature, and us to the greater Universe. Maybe that’s the intrigue – the symbol that joins humans, animals, plants, Earth, galaxies and beyond.

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ART~With a Sense of Humour

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To help pass the time on his train ride to work, writer October Jones draws cartoon heads on any piece of paper he can find, turning his fellow commuters into a funny series of characters.

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