All birds have feathers and feathers help them to fly, thanks to the muscles at the base of each feather. But actually not all birds fly, infact ostriches and pinguins don’t. And there is only a type of bird that doesn’t have wings, it’s called the Kiwi bird. Kiwi birds don’t have a good vision,… Continue reading Why birds are so unique
Hello, last week I worked on few new images under the theme Let’s go to the beach! Do you prefer a vacation at the mountains or at the beach? I love them both, but at the mountains I tend to be more active since I go for long walks. The beach is very relaxing especially… Continue reading Let’s go to the beach!
Probably you never thought of this, but the life of a dragon fruit is not easy. This is how I describe it in my website https://lucia-waterson.pixels.com/featured/dragon-fruit-at-rest-lucia-waterson.html “Always having to show off, always trying to be the most attractive, the biggest, the one with the most beautiful pink and red colors, trying to keep fresh. And nowadays… Continue reading How to help a dragon fruit and its artist
Shells have always been a popular choice for collections. And an intriguing subject for many artists, fascinated by their unique beauty, with their different colors and shapes. Starting with a very ancient painting, the famous fresco found in Pompei, Venus in Shell, the list is long, including Leonardo da Vinci, Sandro Botticelli, Rembrandt and many… Continue reading The connection of Seashells with art, teeth and crypto
Museums are not only centers of art education but also centres of learning the history and culture of humankind. By collecting and displaying objects of artistic significance they provide us with a meaningful insight into the past or into our modern society. But what has to do a museum with inspiration? It’s interesting the origin… Continue reading What is the value of Museums?
Butterflies courtship is beautiful and romantic! It’s a discovery of the senses and a serious game of survival, there is not much time to loose because they live only a very short life. So, first they wear their most beautiful dress, it’s a show of wonderful colors and nuances. Then, a touch of perfume. Infact,… Continue reading When love is truly in the air!
Hello everyone! I’m sorry I’m a bit behind with my writing, but I have been busy with my art…I will soon be back, though! Today I wanted to let you know what I am up to. In fact, I recently entered an art contest and I would like to share with you my entries, because… Continue reading Latest updates
Orange is the colour of the extrovert and of the self confident. It is more gentle than red, but it still attracts the attention. It is energising and it inspires vitality and enthusiasm. In some cultures it’s associated with entertainment and amusement. In nature the orange colour comes from carotens, photosynthetic pigments that absorb the… Continue reading The psychology of colour: Orange
This is how Pierre-Auguste Renoir expressed himself regarding black colour. (Eva Heller, Psychologie de la couleur – effets et symboliques, p. 107.) We already mentioned that technically speaking black is not truly even a colour, and yet it is so dominant and exceptionally complex that this post will be all about it. In the psychology of… Continue reading The Psychology of “the queen of all colours”