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Oscar Brown Jr: In Memoriam (08 Oct 2005)

"I started out to be an Open Negro in the late '50's. That meant that I wanted to reflect -- in my presentation and in what I wrote -- the things that I'd experienced, to be black, not incidentally but deliberately , culturally . I'...

The Fable of: Big Chest [The Advance] (31 Oct 2005)

Advance

[The Continuing Saga of: 'After Eve,' Part Two]

A note about this story and book: This book has two parts or sections to it: the first being: 'Before Eve,' which is in essence, a poetic epoch, of how things were before the adv...

Big Chest and the Lion (18 Feb 2006)

'Big Chest and the Lion' [Prelude to After Eve II: Big Chest]

By Dennis L. Siluk

The Man-eaters, as they were known, otherwise called the lions, jaguars, tigers of the ancient days, were not much different than, the new breed, so named...

Spirit Of the Caribou (28 Feb 2006)

The Monarch rose at the first sign of light on the eastern horizon. The herd would not follow until the sun rose above that horizon and the chill of dawn moved them on the long journey to their wintering grounds. The Monarch had learned that the h...

Fine Art Printing (11 Oct 2005)

Many artists are coming to understand the potential of the additional revenue potential in art reproduction. Once the original is gone, the buck stops there; there is no opportunity to generate income for the piece. Fine art printing has been arou...

Guns, Gangsters and Cinematic Glory (17 Feb 2006)

From James Cagney in "White Heat" and George Raft in "Each Dawn I Die" to Joe Pesci in "Goodfellas," Al Pacino in "Scarface," and Laurence Fishburn in "Hoodlum" the gangster has been a symbol of glorified defiance; a corrupt man with a latent sens...

Lost Canyon [Chapter Six/End Chapter] (27 Mar 2006)

Chapter six
Demise

In the morning of the 10th day, Deppit went to wake up Patten, he was laying down soaking in his own blood, it seemed a heavy sharp instrument had cut halfway through his neck, chopped his head all most completely off:...

He Was Up There! (08 Dec 2005)

He was up in Alaska in the early 1940's! He was in the USNR (record here), and the Navy records show the National Bank of Ketchican was chasing him to pay off a loan. I guess he was there; he borrowed money ($265.00) from the National Bank of Ke...

Legends Of Film Noir: Bogie, Bacall, Joan Crawford, and Peter Lorre (31 Dec 2005)

"Bogie and Bacall" may have been America's most popular movie star couple, with its genesis in the 21940s�the era of film noir. Along which Peter Lorre and Joan Crawford, this quartet set the tenor for that genre of film. Though there were others ...

Box Out For The Win (18 Feb 2006)

There's nothing more fun than being with your friends on hot afternoon. You can chill out, hang loose, and just relax. And if the odds are good, all of you should have enough cash to go on a quick ride down to town and have yourselves a ball at th...

Planet SSARG: The Quiet Mound (Chapter Eighteen) (26 Apr 2006)

There seemed now to be a lull in the world's ancient races; siren lived in her tree castle for may years thereafter, with the kings and leaders from all around the globe, coming too visit her: such as Blaze, Scoriae, and Blezza e'l, and the Cliff ...

Planet SSARG: The Jackal�Blezza el (Chapter Seventeen) (06 Dec 2005)

Onward they marched, the land dotted with lakes and mud holes. This southern hemisphere possessed no great body of water, just streams and ponds for the most part: beautiful as they were they were not home for the many: even though Siren got to li...

HP Lovecraft: A Postcard Dated April 12, l927 (12 Nov 2005)

For those who are not aware of the works of H.P. Lovecraft, he was like E.A. Poe of the 19th century, and the Steven King of the 21st Century, who lived in the 20th century. Recently my friend who owns perhaps the best rare-bookstore in America, ...

The Inventor of Oil Paintings (30 Oct 2005)

In comparison to many other art forms, oil painting is still considered relatively new. Oil painting is the use of oil in pigments in order to paint. Oil paintings date back to the 1400's. Before oil painting, paint was mixed with plaster found in...

Ceramic and Pottery Defects 9: Defects Generated During Gelding Operations (06 Nov 2005)

You are technically helpless in some ways when it comes to gelding. You are at the mercy of your gold supplier. Preparations of gold emulsions used in ceramic decorating are prepared in secret. Any technical problems relating to the emulsions used...

Your UFO has Arrived at the Planet Earth (09 Feb 2006)

After traveling for several million years you have finally arrived at your destination. Where should you land? The aliens down there have seen your craft as you search for the landing site that was advertised in the brochures. Someone should re...

Is it Art - Instant Drawing and the Digital Darkroom (17 Mar 2006)

Henri Cartier-Bresson is reported to have said after he had given up photography.

"All I care about these days is painting�photography has never been more than a way into painting, a sort of instant drawing."

No one disagrees th...

Should Artists With Low Self-Esteem Bid Their Work? (18 Jan 2006)

For artists who are experiencing low self-esteem about themselves or their work while attempting to bid jobs relating to their work, may be short-changing themselves. Low self-esteem can be a huge and gigantic problem them, because they may lack o...

How to Buy Inspirational and Motivational Art Posters and Prints (12 May 2006)

Have you ever noticed your reaction to visual stimulation? Sometimes you see a photograph or painting, a sculpture or an object and your attention is immediately riveted!

For whatever reason it communicates to you and it is personal. Not t...

The History of Posters (04 Nov 2005)

Posters have always represented freedom of expression. They moved through history and up and down in popularity. They have been used to advertise, speak out and create celebrities. The history of posters is dotted with great inventions and peop...

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