Broadways Wonderland expose 3D Painting on Times Square


3D Painting : On Thursday, April 14, Wonderland star Edward Staudenmayer joined artists Joe Hill and Max Lowry (aka 3D Joe and Max) to expose the 3D painting, "Down the Wonderland Rabbit Hole," exterior the Marquis Theatre, where the melodic is in previews.

The show is going to by Gregory Boyd.

In the musical, the adult Alice played by Janet Dacal, a New York City instructor, finds herself in Wonderland where she encounters strange although familiar characters that help her rediscover the wonder in her life. 

Staudenmayer acting the White Rabbit.
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Extra ordinary Mother And Child Paintings

The relationship between a mother and her newborn baby is an extraordinary one, to be sure.

She is just carried that baby for nine months, feeling the kicks and scrapes of the little body within her own body and now they are meeting face to face for the first time.

A Utah artist, J. Kirk Richards, has just refined a massive artistic endeavor to honor motherhood and that special bond. 

He is created fourteen paintings as a part of what he calls a Mother and Child project.

Generally Richards creates a work of art and frames it when it is finished. 

This time the artist purchased fourteen ornate, readymade frames and let each frame motivate the painting. Fourteen attractive Mother and Child paintings.

You can vote on one image to turn into a Mother’s Day card and a fine art publishes. The prints and cards will be offered through the months of April and May.

Fifty percent of all profits from the sale of prints and cards will go to benefit children whose parents have cancer, at Camp Kesem.

Dali painting returned to Kelvingrove Art Gallery after U.S. trip

A World famous painting has returned to Kelvingrove Art Gallery after a trip to America. Salvador Dali’s Christ of St John of the Cross was sent to the US on loan in August of last year.

The Painting featured in a major exhibition of Dali’s work in the High Museum in Atlanta and was seen by more than 270,000 people making it the fifth best attended exhibit in its history.

Gallery bosses decided to move it after complaints about its previous site, at the end of a corridor on the first floor.

The priceless masterpiece, which is a highlight for the hundreds of thousands who visit the gallery each year, is now in its own room alongside some preliminary sketches and photographs.

The price of £8200 was considered high, although it was reduced from £12,000 and included copyright. That turned out to be a masterstroke by the then director of Glasgow Museums, Dr Tom J Honeyman.

George Redmond, chairman of Glasgow Life, said: “The Iconic Christ of St John of the Cross is back home at Kelvingrove where hundreds of thousands of visitors will be able to enjoy it.

“There is no doubt this painting has been missed, but we have learned much about the significance of it in Dali’s body of work.

“It has a new home in the museum and a new display which will reflect our greater knowledge of the masterpiece.”

Christ of St John of the Cross has been one of the star attractions at Kelvingrove since the museum’s £35million refurbishment was completed in 2006. 

It previously had pride of place in St Mungo’s Museum of Religious Art and Life beside Glasgow Cathedral.
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