Tatiana Preinerová

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Free Frames png | Free Whimsical Hearts Frame Valentine's Day Graphic - Transparent PNG ...

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Oil Pastel Sunflowers in scratch art -Artsonia

Oil Pastel Sunflowers in scratch art -Artsonia

Historical examples of mosaic art have been found in Roman ruins throughout Europe and around the Mediterranean. Traditional mosaics were made from tiny squares of natural-colored rock called "tesserae". These intricate designs featured scenes from everyday life, such as people, plants and animals.

Historical examples of mosaic art have been found in Roman ruins throughout Europe and around the Mediterranean. Traditional mosaics were made from tiny squares of natural-colored rock called "tesserae". These intricate designs featured scenes from everyday life, such as people, plants and animals.

Experimenting in Art Education

Experimenting in Art Education

art journal lesson plans | under the sea. so unusual - cool idea to work on tints and shades"

art journal lesson plans | under the sea. so unusual - cool idea to work on tints and shades"

Perspective - what could they draw down the tunnel? A lesson on what they're looking ahead to

Perspective - what could they draw down the tunnel? A lesson on what they're looking ahead to

Amphorae were pottery vessels, large clay jars, that were usually made wide at the girth, provided with a neck and opening at the mouth that was narrow enough to be sealed with cork, provided with vertical handles on the opposing sides. There was a great variety attached to the production; height, girth, thickness of clay construction. They were usually 3 ft. and a bit higher. They held liquids - wine, oil, fish sauce - and were also used for other foods, like olives, dates, figs, nuts…

Amphorae were pottery vessels, large clay jars, that were usually made wide at the girth, provided with a neck and opening at the mouth that was narrow enough to be sealed with cork, provided with vertical handles on the opposing sides. There was a great variety attached to the production; height, girth, thickness of clay construction. They were usually 3 ft. and a bit higher. They held liquids - wine, oil, fish sauce - and were also used for other foods, like olives, dates, figs, nuts…