By Alli Bartkowski
"If you could lower and roll a strip of paper, you could quill! Paper quilling is having fun with a daring resurgence, with artists reinterpreting and revitalizing the strategy with interesting new rules. those 50 varied designs function breathtaking quilled playing cards for vacation trips, specific events, and only for fun.Start with easy, basic kinds, all proven in close-up pictures that newbies can simply persist with: a good roll, teardrop, sq., scroll, and extra. those shape the fundamentals for such tasks as an lovable child carriage-shaped tag, decorated with buttons; rolled Christmas holly berries on a tiny wreath; and a Father’s Day card with vibrant, image styles forming a history for a miniature white blouse and tie.A attractiveness shot showcases the finished card, and line drawings make clear all of the quilled components."
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Most of his signatures survive on the countless Nicosthenic amphorae, surely not the most elegant of the vase shapes of the time (fragments of two Nicosthenic amphorae are included in the exhibition, Checklist nos. 49 and 50). Nikosthenes may have invented the emphatic shape for the export market in Etruria, but little excuse can be found for the quality of the painted decoration found on these amphorae. The same hands painted other shapes as well, but fortunately some competent craftsmen also worked in Nikosthenes' workshop, among them the excellent painter Lydos (for his work, see above No.
Rather, he preferred to employ his fine draughtsmanship, originality, and intelligence in figurai composition, of which the Bareiss cup is arguably his best. In three scenes, he tells the entire story of the fall of one of the greatest of the Greek heroes, Aias. Aias, son of Telamón, risked his own life to save the body of Achilles from the Trojans. He assumed that the arms of the dead hero would be his reward. Others of the Greeks who participated in the same battle, most notably Odysseus, thought otherwise and managed to convince the leader, Agamemnon, that the arms should be awarded by contest.
12) is far more elaborate. It is signed outside across both handle zones: EPÍTIMOS EP01]E£E[N ("Epítimos made me"). Inside, within a broad circular frame of alternating red and black tongues, concentric circles, and a dotted band, are four Olympians. Zeus sits to the right on a folding stool, scepter in hand, facing Hera, who is also seated. Between them, Hermes stands to the right with his kerykeion. Leaving to deliver a message, he looks back toward the figure who stands behind Zeus. Only a bit of drapery survives, but this may be Hebe, the cupbearer of the gods.