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April 1971 -   "A whole house for a canvas: Mrs. Lajosne Vargacz sits before a bedroom mural painted with the help of her neighbors at Kalocsa. Such folk art, once common in the region, today has few practitioners. Cane-and-feather duster resembles the long-handled paint brushes the artists used to decorate hard-to-reach heights." Via Sara Gossett

Lajosne Vargacz, April 1971  

“A whole house for a canvas: Mrs. Lajosne Vargacz sits before a bedroom mural painted with the help of her neighbors at Kalocsa. Such folk art, once common in the region, today has few practitioners. Cane-and-feather duster resembles the long-handled paint brushes the artists used to decorate hard-to-reach heights.”

Blogged by: Gabrielle Wooden

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Gabrielle Wooden is a writer currently residing in Southern California. Currently she is a blogger for the Venice Art Crawl and is working on her first novel entitled Blue Barcelona at UCLA’S Extension Writers Program.

The Daily Dose!

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light-painting-by-techblogstop-1Light Painting Photography is one of the modern forms of digital photography. It’s really amazing photographic technique in which mind-blowing drawings are made using light. To capture such beautiful artwork all you need to have a digital camera which has the ability of capturing photos with lower shutter speed. The smart work by Light Painters make this art look so brilliant that the photos involve you in deep thinking that how they have been captured.

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Blogged by: Gabrielle Wooden

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Gabrielle Wooden is a writer currently residing in Southern California. Currently she is a blogger for the Venice Art Crawl and is working on her first novel entitled Blue Barcelona at UCLA’S Extension Writers Program