Archive for November, 2011

Top Chinese Artist Chen Wenling

Thursday, November 24th, 2011

top chinese painting Top Chinese Artist Chen Wenling featured at Ode To Art. Works from Red Boys and Happy Life Series

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Writing Chinese Calligraphy with Style : How to Write Chinese Calligraphy: Echo

Thursday, November 24th, 2011

top chinese calligraphy Learn how to write Chinese characters in proper calligraphy style! This free video shows you how to write beautiful Chinese calligraphy more easily.

Expert: Bo Feng
Bio: Bo Feng is an experienced Chinese/English translator and interpreter. He has worked for Chinese International Travel Services, Lingnan Art Publishing House and Phillips Petroleum.
Filmmaker: Christian Munoz-Donoso

Duration : 0:2:18


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Chinese Sugar Art – Monkey

Thursday, November 24th, 2011

top chinese artist Man making these Sugar Art at (Jaya Jusco) Kinta City Ipoh for Rm5 each. 3d versions cost Rm30 each.

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Duration : 0:2:27


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Need help.. question on chinese ?

Wednesday, November 23rd, 2011

i am planning on painting mine and my boyfriends names in chinese for our house walls. Is it true/or the correct way to write it from top to bottom of a page instead of side to side???

Traditionally Chinese was written like that. Nowadays, most prints go left to right.

But if you’re going for that traditional look, top to bottom works. :D

10. Which of the following techniques did Navajo women use to create weavings?

Wednesday, November 23rd, 2011

10. Which of the following techniques did Navajo women use to create weavings?

(Points : 3)
They used wool from alpaca to spin into yarn.

They worked in teams weaving on large horizontal looms.

They painted geometric designs onto finished weavings.

They used natural dyes to create many of the colors.

11. What are some common elements found in Islamic mosques?

(Points : 3)
cement walls and pyramidal bases

minarets and elaborate tile work

frescoes and carvings in high relief

figurative sculpture and crenellated towers

12. Which statement describes a characteristic of Islamic tughras?

(Points : 3)
Artists depicted the names of common citizens using calligraphy.

Artists used images of plants, animals, and humans.

Artists included text and images from epic stories important to Muslims.

Artists used complex arabesques and interlaced lines.

13. Which of the following describes a decorative technique used by Kuba artists of Africa?

(Points : 3)
They tied raffia around horse hair to create stiff fringe.

They sewed strands of human hair on the top of the mask to create height.

They tied brass bells to the base of the mask to create sound when performers danced.

They sewed beads and shells with symbolic meanings onto the mask.

14. Which characteristic describes chi wara masks made by Bamana artists of Africa?

(Points : 3)
They contain abstract forms of an antelope and were used in farming celebrations.

They represent Islamic ideas and depict mythical creatures.

They are inscribed with floral designs and calligraphic script.

They are decorated with beads, shells, bits of brass, and other natural materials.

15. In what way are the Seated Buddha in China and the Indian sculpture Shiva Nataraja similar?

(Points : 3)
Artists featured important Chinese and Indian emperors.

Artists used symbols that reflect religious beliefs.

Artists made them using the lost-wax casting technique.

Artists created them to reflect political beliefs of their cultures.

16. Which of the following statements describes a difference between the Maya sculpture of Lord Pacal and Yoruba sculpture of an oni?

(Points : 3)
The Maya sculpture is a lifelike portrait without idealization; the Yoruba sculpture is an abstract portrait.

The Maya sculpture was made by carving fine plaster; the Yoruba sculpture was made using the piece-mold casting technique.

The Maya sculpture has symbolism linking Pacal to the Maize god; the Yoruba sculpture has symbolic lines representing scarification or a beaded veil.

The Maya sculpture was carried in processions honoring Pacal; the Yoruba sculpture was placed in front of the oni’s palace as propaganda.

Jew controlled banks: A way bigger problem than most realize:

Jews own the Federal Reserve Bank. It’s not “federal” at all. It’s privately owned. by Jews. Remember, Jews make up an extremely small amount of the U.S. population. Therefore, it’s extraordinarily suspicious of how much control over the banks they have.

The money that President George Bush borrowed and that Barack Obama is currently borrowing in the billions of $$$ at interest comes from the Jewish money lenders of the Federal Reserve Bank.

For how did President George Bush and how does President Barack Obama pay for these loans at Jewish high interest hmm? By taxing American Gentiles.

Jews that run the privately owned Federal Reserve Bank:

1) Ben S. Bernanke: Chairman of the Board of Governors of Federal Reserve. Term ends 2020.

2) Donald L. Kohn: Vice Chairman of the Board of Governors of Federal Reserve. Term ends 2016.

3) Randall S. Kroszner: Former Member of Board of Governors of Federal Reserve.

4) Frederic S. Mishkin: Member of Board of Governors of Federal Reserve. Term ends 2014.

5) Alan Greenspan: Former advisor to Board of Governors of Federal Reserve. Recent Chairman.

Janet L. Yellen(Ashkenazi Jew) – Vice Chairman
Kevin M. Warsh(Ashkenazi Jew)
Sarah Bloom Raskin(Ashkenazi Jew)
Eric S. Rosengren(Ashkenazi Jew) – President, Federal Reserve Bank of Boston
William C. Dudley(Ashkenazi Jew) – President, Federal Reserve Bank of New York
Charles I. Plosser(Ashkenazi Jew) – President, Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia
Jeffrey M. Lacker(Ashkenazi Jew) – President, Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond
James B. Bullard(Ashkenazi Jew) – President, Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis
Thomas M. Hoenig(Ashkenazi Jew) – President, Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City
Richard W. Fisher(Ashkenazi Jew) – President, Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas


Former Head of the World Bank: Paul Wolfowitz

Former head of the World Bank: James Wolfensohn

Current head of the World Bank: Robert Zoellick

***** BONUS #2 *****

The Jewish banks that own the Federal Reserve System:

* Rothschild Banks of London and Berlin
* Goldman Sachs Bank of New York
* Kuhn Loeb Bank of New York/Shearson American Express
* Lazard Brothers Bank of Paris
* Israel Moses Sief Banks of Italy
* Warburg Bank of Hamburg, Germany and Amsterdam
* Lehman Brothers Bank of New York
* Chase Manhattan Bank of New York (David Rockefeller)

Favourite Top Three’s What are yours?

Wednesday, November 23rd, 2011

1. Football.
2.Track and field athletics
3. Boxing.
1. T.Rex
2. The Beatles
3. Pink Floyd
1. Fish’n'chips
2. Chinese
3. Anything with cheese (I’ll ask you to keep your mind out of the gutter)
Solo Artist (Male)
1. Cat Stevens
2. Nat King Cole (i’ll ask you again to refrain from profanities)
3. Chuck Berry
Solo Artist (Female)
1. Maria Callas
2. Tanita Tikram
3. Suzanne Vega
Comedy double acts
1. Laurel and Hardy
2. Peter Cook and Dudley Moore
3. Cheech and Chong
Comic (stand up)
1. Billy Connolly
2. Bill Hicks
3. Richard Jeni
1. Goodfella’s
2. Snatch ( 3rd and final warning)
3. The life of Brian
1. Abbey Road (The Beatles)
2. War of the worlds (Jeff Wayne)
3. The Slider (T.Rex)
Football teams (other than your own)
1. Portsmouth
2. A.C. Milan
3. Real Madrid
1. Forever Autumn (Justin Hayward)
2. Comfortably Numb (Pink Floyd)
3. Carry that weight (The Beatles)
Xmas Song
I. Have yourself a merry little Christmas (Judy Garland)
2. The 12 days of Christmas (The Spinners)
3. Little drummer boy – peace on earth (Bing Crosby and David Bowie)
Beveridge( Including alcohol)
1. Tea
2. Fresh orange juice
3. Water

Best answer at 10pm. to the most thumbs up.
In the event of a tie the most thumbs down will get the nod.
OK i’m moving the goalposts. You have to answer the whole question.
Fair enough booboo

1, Football
2, Golf
3, Snooker
1, Kaiser Chiefs
2, Kings Of Leon
3, Muse
1, Chinese
2, Pasta
3, Sausages
Comedy double acts
1, Laurel and Hardy
2, Abbott and Costello
3, French and Saunders
Comic (stand up)
1, Frankie Boyle
2, Bill Bailey
3, Michael McIntyre
1, Goodfellas
2, Midnight Run
3, Shawshank Redemption
1, Employment (Kaiser Chiefs)
2, Attack Of The Grey Lantern (Mansun)
3, Only By The Night ( Kings Of Leon)
Football Teams (other than your own)
1, Hearts
2, Liverpool
3, Chester
1, Sex On Fire (Kings Of Leon)
2, Come Up And See Me ( Steve Harley)
3, California Dreaming ( Mamas and Papas)
Xmas Song
1, Fairytale Of New York (Pogues and Kirsty McColl)
2, Merry Christmas Everybody (Slade)
3, I Wish It Could Be Christmas Everyday (Wizzard)
1, Diet Coke
2, Brandy
3, Apple Juice
Solo Artist (male)
1, David Bowie
2, Paolo Nutini
3, Rob Thomas
Solo Artist (female)
1, Kirsty McColl
2, Annie Lennox
3, Amy McDonald

Pine tree Chinese painting 4/7 scales texture

Monday, November 21st, 2011

top chinese painting Master painters established esthetics and norms to paint trees, flowers, birds, orchid, and a pinetree. Considering the characteristics of Chinese calligraphy and painting brushes, they usually paint trees from top to bottom, adding texture strokes, leaves, details, scales etc. The great Zhang Daquin even wrote in his essays that a tree should be painted from TOP to BOTTOM and it will be absurd if it is done the other way. Part 7 will contain samples of masterpieces of trees and future videos will be demonstrated by other painters.

Duration : 0:3:17


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China Skyline

Monday, November 21st, 2011

top chinese artist is dedicated to making artwork by emerging Chinese artists available globally for viewing, exhibition and purchase. We also introduce emerging and established artists to Chinese art collectors.

Duration : 0:2:17


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Chinese Calligraphy 中國書法 – 谢順佳

Monday, November 21st, 2011

top chinese calligraphy Classical Chinese calligraphy by Shun Kai Tse
中國書法 – 谢順佳

Duration : 0:2:11


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In Chinese writings …. please see details for question?

Sunday, November 20th, 2011

In Chinese writing do you read from top to bottom or from bottom to top? Also from left to right or right to left?
i am painting an art piece with Chinese writings and i want it done as properly as possible.

that depends ,anything is ok .only you can a common way,you should read from top to bottom,left to right.