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Sneaky Art by Marthe Jocelyn - Bookends – Children's Book ...

Cindy : Did you know that craft books work for Mystery Month too? They do when they are Sneaky Art projects. Jocelyn’s creative ideas for creating and hiding mystery “sneaky” art in public spaces will leave the recipients wondering “whodunit?” Sneaky Art: Crafty Suprises to Hide in Plain Sight (Candlewick 2013) is full of fun ideas, many of which librarians or teachers can use for...

Simon & Garfunkel ~ Bookends Theme (1968)

Great song by Paul Simon and Art Garfunkel Album: Bookends (1968) Girl, Interrupted Inocencia interrumpida (500) Days of Summer (500) días juntos (500) días ...

Lisa P Lisa P says:
I am looking for a set of bookends of Michelangelo's David, alabaster and marble. Help!?
These were hand carved David's head on marble bookends.
Soundproof says:
On the site below there is a collection of busts of Michelangelo's David. You may also contact them to se if they can aquire them for...

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New book explores the art and craft of the modern blacksmith - ABC ...

Asked what it feels like to forge iron, Robert Thomas has to pause for a moment and compose himself before plunging into a description of what, for him, is as much a passion as a livelihood. "Forging has a way of taking hold of you until it becomes a

Here's what the new downtown Palm Springs park will look like

As part of a Modernism Week event on Friday at the art museum's Annenberg Theater, the architect firm designing the new park and the architects responsible for saving the Aluminaire home, provided a community update with renderings of what the finished

The art of the modern blacksmith

Thomas hopes his book conveys a sense of that community. “It's also meant as a primer for craftspeople who may have had a taste of basic blacksmithing and want to take it to the next level,” he says. “The goal is to present blacksmithing in a modern

Bookends: Library exhibit will focus on women in Omaha World's Fair

The Omaha Public Library exhibition “Ladies at the Fair” will open on Friday from 4 to 6 p.m. at Main Library, 215 S. 15th St. The exhibit will celebrate Women's History Month by highlighting the Omaha World's Fair of 1898. The exhibit will cover Omaha

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