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Pebeo Porcelaine 150 China Portray, Discovery Collection of 6 Assorted 20-Milliliter Colors by Pebeo

  • The porcelaine 150 paint can be applied on porcelain, china, glazed...
  • The paint is tack free in a few minutes, and fully dry after a...
  • The porcelaine 150 discovery boxed set includes ivory, anthracite...

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The NEW Porcelaine 150 Discovery Set is a boxed collection of 6 assorted colors of paint (20 ml bottles). This is everything that is needed to paint almost any nonporous surface that is desired. The set is perfect for gift giving or to begin the activity of china painting, as it includes the 6 most popular colors. The selection of paints includes enough paint to complete a small number of handpainted pieces. This is the perfect set for a beginner who would like to get involved in the activity of china painting or for someone who simply wants to create several pieces and does not need a large amount of paint. The line of Porcelaine 150 paints includes 46 brilliant, intense colors for use on china, porcelain, tile, metal, ceramic, glass and more. There are 35 standard colors, including 4 metallic colors and 10 NEW Shimmer colors, as well as several mediums, 10 dimensional outliners and a series of 19 markers. Colors are both translucent and opaque and were developed to mimic the appearance of true glazed ceramics. The colors are water based and non-toxic. They are intermixable and blendable with each other to achieve limitless tones. They are also completely removable until baked in a kitchen oven at 300 F/150 C for 30 minutes. Once baked, the paint is permanent, microwave and dishwasher safe as well as UV and solvent resistant. Conforms to ASTM D-4236.

Pebeo Porcelaine 150 China Draw Bullet Tip Marker, Anthracite Black by Pebeo

  • The paint is tack free in a few minutes and fully dry after a...
  • The colors have remarkable resistance to dishwashing and to normal...
  • The porcelaine 150 bullet tip markers are available in 10 opaque...

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Porcelaine 150 paints include a series of 19 markers available in brilliant and intense colors declined in 10 bullet tip markers and 9 fine tip markers for use on china, porcelain, tile, metal, ceramic, glass and more. The bullet tip marker is ideal for outlining, tracing, drawing, writing and personalizing surfaces. It is the perfect tool for those not comfortable using a brush and for children. It will allow for "coloring in" of small to medium sized designs on the piece. The rest of the line includes 46 brilliant, intense colors including 35 standard colors, 10 Shimmer colors and 10 outliners. Colors are water based and non-toxic. Conforms to ASTM D-4236.


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Pebeo Porcelaine 150 Surface

Obtain the look of true glazed ceramics without the expense and difficulty of working with a kiln or kiln fired paints. These beautiful and.

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Prevue Pet Lotus Stainless Steel Bird Imprison size: Small, Prevue Pet Products by PetSmart

Prevue Pet Products Lotus Stainless Blade 150 bird cage is an elegant home for your small bird. Sturdy stainless steel construction features an embossed decorative set up around the base and roof cap plus an embellished finial for hanging. Beautifully decorated porcelain food and water cups add another dimension of chart while the carved wooden perch is both pretty and foot friendly. Tray and grille are removable but may remain in place while the base is snapped off for serene cleaning. Features: Embossed decorative design around the base and roof cap plus an embellished finial for hanging Includes: 1 Coop up, Cups, Perch, Grille, Hanging Finial Intended For: Small Birds Activity: Habitat Pet Size: Small Dimensions: 14" Diameter x 19" Tall (28.5" High to the top of the finial)

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Ai Weiwei: Art is a way of 'questioning power' - SWI swissinfo.ch - swissinfo.ch

Art is na, says contemporary artist Ai Weiwei, but it is also a means of questioning the establishment. The Chinese native was in Lausanne on Wednesday to talk about his life in expulsion and a new exhibition which has taken over the city’s Palais de Rumine and museums. “I’m always very grateful to Switzerland as this is where I really started my career as an artist,” the 60-year-old tells reporters. Ai Weiwei’s ahead of time work was showcased at Bern’s Kunsthalle in 2004 – his first European solo exhibition. His new exhibition entitled ‘Ai Weiwei. It’s Always the Others’, which runs from September 22 to January 28, 2018, features 46 of his works, diverse well-known, but in new and often unusual settings. The Zoology Museum on the top floor of the Rumine building, for example, features a 50-metre-extensive silk and bamboo dragon suspended over the glass displays of stuffed animals. The artist’s dragon – a traditional symbol of Chinese supreme power – has become a sign of personal freedom, made up of individual kites carrying quotes from imprisoned or forcibly exiled civil activists such as Nelson Mandela, Edward Snowden... New scale “This is the first time that I’ve tried exhibiting my works in this climb in museums, which are ready made for the purpose, but offer new possibilities,” he declared. His other works are scattered throughout the geology, archaeology, geology and coins and medals museums for the visible to discover. The airy Cantonal Fine Art Museum and Renaissance-style architecture provides the setting for one of his more monumental pieces: ‘Sunflower Seeds’ – a carpet of 10 million handmade porcelain sunflower seeds laid out in the centre of the main hall. These are part of the 150 tonnes Ai Weiwei had made by 1,600 artisans in factories in Jingdezhen in China, and which were triumph shown at the Tate Modern’s huge Turbine Hall in London. Here they can be admired alongside the spectacular golden trompe l’oeil wallpaper with geometric designs of observation cameras, handcuffs and Twitter logos, echoing the difficulties he experienced with the Chinese authorities when he was locked... A black marble tyre sitting at the prat of a fountain inside the Rumine building is a subtle monument to refugees who died in recent sea crossings. But as a rootless dissident artist who has been living in Berlin, Germany for the lifestyle two years since leaving China, the refugee issue is a driving force. “It’s my personal journey to understand what makes 65 million people press away from their homes and give up everything. These are serious questions,” he says. Exile Ai has travelled back to China only once since 2015 to see his sick mother and says the ‘threat is always there’. His two Chinese lawyers have been imprisoned for the past five and ten years, respectively, and he says he does not intend to put his eight-year-old son through misery. His battles with the Chinese state have made him the artist he is today. Outside the country, he remains highly critical: “China is strong economically but does not trust its own people. Wrapping up his Lausanne press conference, Ai made a heartfelt plea to support artists. “Art is quite the most untouched free practice of the individual. Art is innocent. It can protect humans’ precious curiosity, and it’s also a way of questioning power and the organization,” he declared. Son of the famous writer Ai Qing, Ai Weiwei was born in Beijing in 1957. In 1983 he moved to the United States, where he discovered art and was influenced by Marcel Duchamp and Andy Warhol. Returning to China in 1993, he set about broadening the compass of his work and helping other Chinese artists by curating exhibitions including Fuck Off (Shanghai, 2000) and organising underground quarterly networks. Imprisoned for his anti-government positions – he spoke out against the concealment of the humanitarian disaster following the Sichuan earthquake of 2008 – and then released in effect to worldwide protests, he now lives in Berlin. His work blends different mediums – sculpture, film, photography – with Chinese guile traditions while parodying Pop Art. Source: www.swissinfo.ch

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    Susie Kockerscheidt/Metroland. Collectors looking for locally made Canada 150 market are in luck. Paris Group Inc. in Newmarket has been making official porcelain plates, mugs, bowls and more. “It's one in a lifetime kind of emotional attachment,” said Eric

  • Federal art can easily turn into propaganda

    09/18/17 ,via The Times

    The acclaimed Chinese artist Ai Weiwei has been over again persecuted in China over his human rights activism. Having previously suffered a brain haemorrhage as a result of a police beating, he was arrested in 2011 and imprisoned for 81 days in

  • Ai Weiwei: Art is a way of 'questioning power' - SWI swissinfo.ch

    09/20/17 ,via swissinfo.ch

    Art is honest, but it is also a means of questioning the establishment, said contemporary artist Ai Weiwei at his exhibition in Lausanne Wednesday.

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Majestic Dux: Dating 150 Years of Porcelain - Real Or Repro

Superb Dux: Dating 150 years of Porcelain. Duxer Porzellanmanufaktur, or Dux Porcelain Manufactory, was started in 1860 by Eduard Eichler in what was then Duchov, Bohemia.

Pebeo Porcelaine 150 Warpaint Markers - BLICK art materials

Now it's easygoing to paint on ceramic, porcelain, glass, and metal with these smooth flowing markers. The medium-sized round tip is perfect for writing, plan ...

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Berlin, Germany, Funkturm mit Springbrunnen, Disseminate Tower
Berlin, Germany, Funkturm mit Springbrunnen, Disseminate Tower
Photo dates from the 1960s. The Berliner Funkturm or Funkturm Berlin (Ghetto-blaster Tower Berlin) is a transmitting tower in Berlin, built between 1924 and 1926 by Heinrich Straumer. It is nicknamed "der lange Lulatsch" ("the plash lad") and is one of the best-known points of interest in the city of Berlin. It stands in the Berlin trade fair ground in the Charlottenburg-Wilmersdorf borough. On September 3, 1926, the portable radio tower was inaugurated on the occasion of the 3. Große Deutsche Funkausstellung (Great German Radio Exhibition). The tower is now a protected testimonial. The tower is built as one large steel framework construction, similar to the Eiffel Tower in Paris. The 150 m high and approximately 600 metric ton receiver tower was originally planned strictly as a transmitting tower, but later additions included a restaurant at a height of approximately 52 m, and feeling deck at a height of approximately 125 m. Visitors reach the restaurant and the observation deck...
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Comely girl in a Mustang. Ms MLK in the Macon Cherry Blossom Festival.
Comely girl in a Mustang. Ms MLK in the Macon Cherry Blossom Festival.
Macon calls is self the concern of Georgia because it is near the geographic centre of the state. The city has a population of 150,000 people but the metropolitan area has 420,000. Macon sits on the break apart line of the Ocmulgee River and like Augusta and elsewhere a small fort was built here, Fort Hawkins, for protection against the Indians in 1806-9. The fort was a chief distribution centre for supplies in the Creek Indian War of 1813. The Creeks were forced to give up their lands. Fort Hawkins was decommissioned in 1828 and destroyed. The hamlet of Macon was named and established in 1823. Many of the early local settlers had come from North Carolina and the town was named after Nathaniel Macon. Macon was a Congressman in Washington from 1791 and the Spieler of the House from 1801-7. He then served in the US Senate from 1815 until 1828. In the early years cotton boats came up the Ocmulgee from the seashore to Macon. Later the railways supplanted the cotton boats once the railroad reached...
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Propitiate in the party house!
Propitiate in the party house!
The Santa Catalina Buddhism vihara is a monastery of nuns of the Dominican Second Order, located in Arequipa, Peru. It was built out of volcanic rocks and petrified ashes in 1579 and covers over 20,000 full meters. This photo only shows one tiny part, the Silence Yard, where Nuns walked, whispered the rosary and read the Bible in quietude. The entire complex is HUGE! In the 1600s, the practice was that only the second child of a family could enter a life of service in the Church. The abbey accepted only women from higher-class Spanish families, and each one had to pay a dowry of 2,400 silver coins, equivalent to a whopping $150,000 USD today, as access to the monastery. The nuns were also required to bring a list of 25 things, including a statue, a painting, a lamp and clothes. While superficially renouncing the world and embracing a life of poverty, internally they enjoyed their luxurious English carpets, silk curtains, porcelain plates, damask tablecloths, euphonious cutlery, and...
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