An exciting view of an entrance to a metro station in Montreal, Canada. Another form of art and appreciation for aesthetics.

The Extraordinary and Whimsical Art of Canada’s Metro Stations

Within the free-and-easy country of Canada, there is a hidden gem of expression throughout its architecture. As we explore the extraordinary and whimsical art of Canada’s metro station, there will come an appreciation for sophistication and beauty. From ambitious origins, … Continue reading The Extraordinary and Whimsical Art of Canada’s Metro Stations

Expanded image of MUSAN

Now Introducing the Museum of Underwater Sculpture Ayia Napa (MUSAN)

The MUSAN It could be argued that Jason deCaires Taylor, British sculptor, environmentalist, photographer, and creator of MUSAN, rightfully deserves to be titled a “pioneer” for his development of the world’s first underwater sculpture park–and the many others he constructed … Continue reading Now Introducing the Museum of Underwater Sculpture Ayia Napa (MUSAN)

Lascaux Painting / Wikipedia

Origins of the Early Forms of Animation in Ancient Architecture

Discovery of Lascaux Caves In France 1940, 18-year-old Marcel Ravidat discovered a forgotten world. Later, French archaeologist Abbé Henri Breuil recorded the paintings. The paintings date to about 21,000 years BP. Cave painting in Europe dates to the Upper Paleolithic, … Continue reading Origins of the Early Forms of Animation in Ancient Architecture

Anthropology: The Aboriginal Art of Australia (Oldest Tradition of Art in the World)

The ancient heritage of art belongs to the Aboriginal culture of Australia. More than 80,000 years define the oldest art tradition in the world. This was the time of the Aborigines’ first settlement in Australia. The wide panorama of expressions … Continue reading Anthropology: The Aboriginal Art of Australia (Oldest Tradition of Art in the World)

Prehistoric Mont Bégo, France / Q-Mag.org

Ancient History: The Magic Art and Wonder of Prehistoric Mount Bégo

Introduction Mont Bégo (Mount Bego) is a 9,423 m tall mountain in southeastern France. It’s also in the southwestern Alps. The Mediterranean Sea is 40 km away. Tourists appreciate its surreal landscape. Geologists study its bizarre form. Archaeologists study the … Continue reading Ancient History: The Magic Art and Wonder of Prehistoric Mount Bégo

Gian Lorenzo Bernini, The Ecstasy of St. Theresa, 1644-52, Rome, Santa Maria della Vittoria

The Cultural Significance and Meaning of Angels Through Art and History

For a long period of time, angels have been playing a significant role in our day-to-day life. Their history has journeyed through centuries of modifications of art and graphics. And hence they have granted crucial identities that often outdo their … Continue reading The Cultural Significance and Meaning of Angels Through Art and History