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Art Before Breakfast

Author : Danny Gregory
ISBN : 9781452149233
Genre : Art
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Packed with the signature can-do attitude that makes beloved artist Danny Gregory a creativity guru to thousands across the globe, this unique guide serves up a hearty helping of inspiration. For aspiring artists who want to draw and paint but just can't seem to find time in the day, Gregory offers 5– to 10–minute exercises for every skill level that fit into any schedule—whether on a plane, in a meeting, or at the breakfast table—along with practical instruction on techniques and materials, plus strategies for making work that's exciting, unintimidating, and fulfilling. Filled with Gregory's encouraging words and motivating illustrations, Art Before Breakfast teaches readers how to develop a creative habit and lead a richer life through making art.
Category: Art

Palo Y Piedra Stick And Stone

Author : Beth Ferry
ISBN : 9780358086987
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
File Size : 59.10 MB
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Stick and Stone are sticking together in this hilarious and heart-warming Spanish/English bilingual board book that proves once and for all why best friends ROCK! El palo y la piedra están juntos en este libro bilingüe, gracioso y conmovedor, que prueba una vez más lo valioso de la AMISTAD.
Category: Juvenile Fiction

Tango Before Breakfast

Author : Michel F. Jacques
ISBN : 9781450034685
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
File Size : 89.22 MB
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Our hearts so often burst with the fullness of treasured moments in time. As we continue on this exciting journey called life, we stop often and realize that each of us has everything within us to be content. To be capable of inner wisdom in giving and receiving unconditionally, to count our blessings in every lovely sights, to see in the Music from high to low what leads the Body to the Dance and becomes an inspiration toward keeping a healthy body and soul. Thru-out the ages, Music and Dance have been a connecting golden thread between the people of all countries. Dance has continued to nourish our soul in the direction of happiness, good health, faith and serenity. There is always and forever the joy of the Music and the Dance. To dance well is equivalent to speaking a language fluently and the skill of communicating in a language fluently may lead society to peace.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Film A Modern Art

Author : Aaron Sultanik
ISBN : 0845347527
Genre : Performing Arts
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Category: Performing Arts

The Occult In Modernist Art Literature And Cinema

Author : Tessel M. Bauduin
ISBN : 9783319764993
Genre : Religion
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Many modernist and avant-garde artists and authors were fascinated by the occult movements of their day. This volume explores how Occultism came to shape modernist art, literature, and film. Individual chapters examine the presence and role of Occultism in the work of such modernist luminaries as Rainer Maria Rilke, August Strindberg, W.B. Yeats, Joséphin Péladan and the artist Jan Švankmaier, as well as in avant-garde film, post-war Greek Surrealism, and Scandinavian Retrogardism. Combining the theoretical and methodological foundations of the field of Esotericism Studies with those of Literary Studies, Art History, and Cinema Studies, this volume provides in-depth and nuanced perspectives upon the relationship between Occultism and Modernism in the Western arts from the nineteenth century to the present day.
Category: Religion

Thoughts Before Breakfast

Author : Carole Simpson
ISBN : 9781425149949
Genre : Health & Fitness
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Thoughts before Breakfast is full of wit and wisdom, and is a delightfully easy to read book about spiritual awareness.
Category: Health & Fitness

Three Picassos Before Breakfast

Author : Anne-Marie Stein
ISBN : UCSD:31822013214176
Genre : Art
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The 1970's was a time when owning works of fine art became an integral part of announcing to the world that one had arrived. David Stein was an art dealer who discovered that he had a knack for creating reasonable facsimiles of works in the style of established artists- and for foisting these forgeries off upon supposed experts and connoisseurs as originals.
Category: Art

Martial Arts And Philosophy

Author : Graham Priest
ISBN : 9780812697230
Genre : Philosophy
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Socrates, an Athenian soldier, was a calmly efficient killing machine. His student Plato was an accomplished and broad-shouldered wrestler. Martial arts and philosophy have always gone hand in hand, as well as fist in throat. Philosophical argument is closely parallel with hand-to-hand combat. And all of today’s Asian martial arts—like Karate, Kung-Fu, Judo, or Aikido—were developed to embody and apply philosophical ideas. The Japanese martial tradition of Budo, for instance, was influenced by the three philosophical traditions of Shinto, Confucianism, and Zen Buddhism, and these philosophies are still taught in Japanese martial arts schools all across the world. As Damon Young explains in his chapter, the Japanese martial arts customs of courtesy are derived from Shinto purity, Confucian virtues, and the loving brutality of Zen. In his interview with Bodidharma (included in the book), Graham Priest brings out aspects of Buddhist philosophy behind Shaolin Kung-Fu—how fighting monks are seeking Buddhahood, not brawls. But as Scott Farrell’s chapter reveals, Eastern martial arts have no monopoly on philosophical traditions. Western chivalry is an education in and living revival of Aristotelian ethical theories. The Western martial art of fencing is explored by Nick Michaud, who looks at the morality of selfishness in fencing, and Christopher Lawrence and Jeremy Moss, who try to pin down what makes fencing unique: is it the sword, the techniques, the footwork, the aristocratic aura, or something else? Jack Fuller argues that his training in Karate was an education in Stoicism. Travis Taylor and Sasha Cooper reveal the utilitarian thinking behind Jigoro Kano’s Judo. Kevin Krein maintains that the martial arts are a reply to the existentialist’s anxiety about the meaninglessness of life. Patricia Peterson examines Karate’s contribution to feminism, and Scott Beattie analyzes the role of space in the martial arts school. Joe Lynch pits the Western ideas of Plato against the Eastern ideas of the Shaolin monks. Bronwyn Finnigan and Koji Tanaka uncover the meaning of human action as it appears in Kendo. Rick Schubert explains the meaning of mastery in the fighting arts. Moving to ethical issues, Tamara Kohn discovers what we owe to others in Aikido. Chris Mortensen questions whether his own Buddhist pacifism is compatible with being a martial artist. In different ways, Gillian Russell and John Haffner and Jason Vogel assess the ways in which martial arts can morally compromise us. How can the sweaty and the brutal be exquisitely beautiful? Judy Saltzman looks into the curious charm of fighting and forms, with help from Friedrich Nietzsche.
Category: Philosophy