Hold tight!…I’ll be participating in this art show “From Minuscule to Monumental”!
All inhabitants are welcome!…You may not want to go back home!!!
Biological hazards, also known as biohazards, refer tobiological substances that pose a threat to the health of living organisms, primarily that of humans. … The biohazard symbol was developed in 1966 by Charles Baldwin, an environmental-health engineer working for the Dow Chemical Company on the containment products.
What Happened to all these pedestrians?. They Lost Their Heads!
Social media has been controlling our lives for the last 10 years. It is the reason why people have lost interest in real communication. Virtual reality became reality
“The dynamic breadth and range of the different pieces in various media from painting to sculpture to mixed media show that even a seemingly innocuous word can produce an amazing array of work triggering a layered, loaded outpouring of expression in a grand, individual style”
LIC-A Members Showcase – Spring
An Art Exhibition From Your Neighborhood Artists
May 16 – June 3, 2018
“Most of my followers find my art dark and depressing so they suggested me to take a break and stay away from it so that may help improve my style or refresh my brain with flowers, gardens, cats, dogs or snakes etc. which I did.
I’m back to my studio to work harder than ever, and now my followers find my art more depressing, black, bleak, discouraging, gloomy, daunting, hopeless, dismal, melancholy and more heartbreaking than before!…I think I’m getting better!.”
J. F. Bautista
LIC-Artists Local artists are in page 9 of this booklet
This is the smallest project that I’ve ever done!
Q: What to do with it?
BOARD No: 43 – LIC-A Gallery
LIC Artists, Inc. is a 501(c)3 non-profit arts advocacy organization founded by artists and incorporated in 1986 in Long Island City.
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BOARD No: 47 – THE WALL
A wall is a structure that defines an area, carries a load, or provides shelter or security. There are many kinds of walls:
- Defensive walls in fortifications
- Walls in buildings that form a fundamental part of the superstructure or separate interior sections, sometimes for fire safety
- Retaining walls, which hold back dirt, stone, water, or noise sound
- Walls that protect from oceans (seawalls) or rivers (levees)
- Permanent, solid fences
- Border barriers between countries
- Brick wall
- Precast Wall
- Stone wall
- Glass wall (only when most of the wall, in smaller amounts it is called a window)
- Doors are mobile walls on hinges which open to form a gateway
For this 10×10 board I’m selecting Border barriers between North and South