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Principles of Design – Unity and Rhythm

Greek Alphabet Greek civilization laid the foundation for many of the accomplishments of the western world. the Greeks took the Phoenician or North Semitic alphabet and changed five consonants to vowels. Greeks applied geometric structure and order to the uneven Phoenician characters, converting them into art forms of great harmony and beauty. greeks developed Boustrophedon writing method-for every other line reads in the opposite direction.

Greek Alphabet Greek civilization laid the foundation for many of the accomplishments of the western world. the Greeks took the Phoenician or North Semitic alphabet and changed five consonants to vowels. Greeks applied geometric structure and order to the uneven Phoenician characters, converting them into art forms of great harmony and beauty. greeks developed Boustrophedon writing method-for every other line reads in the opposite direction.

Create an urban jungle in your home with this art print. A tropical pattern of dark green fern leaves and bright orange lilies!   Floral botanical, wild jungle, colorful pattern, wall art, artwork, art print, home decor, interior design,

Tropical Lilies Art Print

Create an urban jungle in your home with this art print. A tropical pattern of dark green fern leaves and bright orange lilies! Floral botanical, wild jungle, colorful pattern, wall art, artwork, art print, home decor, interior design,

Moonlight tree. Beautiful #fantasy digital #art at www.freecomputerdesktopwallpaper.com/wfantasyseven.shtml Thank you for viewing

Moonlight tree. Beautiful #fantasy digital #art at www.freecomputerdesktopwallpaper.com/wfantasyseven.shtml Thank you for viewing

Inspiration - "Pillar of Cloud, Pillar of Fire" - by Isaac Brynjegard-Bialik (paper-cut art based on bible story)

Exodus 13 – NRSV

Inspiration - "Pillar of Cloud, Pillar of Fire" - by Isaac Brynjegard-Bialik (paper-cut art based on bible story)

THis may not have been painted in Texas, but it looks exactly like my Grandparents place. So beautiful. By E. Lamasure, c. 1910

THis may not have been painted in Texas, but it looks exactly like my Grandparents place. So beautiful. By E. Lamasure, c. 1910

final project for color theory- a different color harmony in each ring- warm, cool, monochromatic and a complementary or split complement

final project for color theory- a different color harmony in each ring- warm, cool, monochromatic and a complementary or split complement

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