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Animals and Water Fountains

Animals Water Fountains 9366150198143082.jpg Animals and Water Fountains Ensure that you take your pet into consideration when you are considering putting in a water feature. Your stand-alone fountain may be taken for a big pool or a drinking pond by your pooch. Your pets will not be negatively affected if you add a wall fountain to your property. You should consider the fact that birds may think they have found a new place to bathe when they see your fountain so think carefully where you put it. Install a birdbath if your aim is to draw birds to your yard. Setting up a wall water fountain inside your house is a good solution if you want to avoid such concerns. Exclusive mansions, in addition to dentist’ and doctors’ offices, often have such fountains on display.

Statuary As a Staple of Classic Art in Archaic Greece

Statuary As a Staple of Classic Art in Archaic Greece Up right up until the Archaic Greeks provided the first freestanding statuary, a noteworthy triumph, carvings had largely been completed in walls and pillars as reliefs. Most of the freestanding statues were of youthful, winsome male or female (kore) Greeks and are known as kouros figures. The kouroi were believed by the Greeks to represent beauty and were sculpted with one foot leading and an uncompromising firmness to their forward-facing poses; the male statues were always strapping, brawny, and naked. In about 650 BC, the variations of the kouroi became life-sized. The Archaic period was an incredible point of transformation for the Greeks as they extended into new modes of government, formed unique expressions of art, and achieved information of the men and women and cultures outside of Greece. And yet these disagreements did not prohibit the growth of the Greek civilization. {

Fountain Engineers Through History

Fountain Engineers History 88505860936476.jpg Fountain Engineers Through History Often serving as architects, sculptors, artists, engineers and cultivated scholars all in one, from the 16th to the later part of the 18th century, fountain designers were multi-talented people, Exemplifying the Renaissance artist as a innovative genius, Leonardo da Vinci toiled as an innovator and scientific expert. The forces of nature led him to analyze the properties and motion of water, and due to his fascination, he carefully recorded his findings in his now famed notebooks. Coupling inventiveness with hydraulic and landscaping expertise, early Italian water feature designers modified private villa settings into amazing water exhibits filled of emblematic meaning and natural elegance. The humanist Pirro Ligorio offered the vision behind the splendors in Tivoli and was recognized for his virtuosity in archeology, architecture and garden concepts. Other fountain designers, masterminding the extraordinary water marbles, water functions and water humor for the various mansions near Florence, were tried and tested in humanist subjects and classical scientific texts.

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Your Patio: An Ideal Spot for a Fountain A good way to enhance the appearance of your outdoor living area is to add a wall fountain or an exterior garden fountain to your landscaping or garden layout.... read more


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Statuary As a Staple of Vintage Art in Archaic Greece The first freestanding sculpture was developed by the Archaic Greeks, a distinguished success since until then the only carvings in existence were reliefs cut into walls and columns.... read more


Your Herb Garden: An Introduction A lot of gardeners notice that they are driven to learning more about natural herbs as they are painless to grow and enjoyable to use in cooking.They are amazingly easy to grow both indoors or outdoors, and offer instant gratification as you can make use of them in a variety of recipes including soups, marinades and sauces.... read more