Still Life was an English progressive rock band characterized by expert Hammond organ playing, intricate and original vocal harmonies, and an agile and precise rhythm section. They had one self-titled album that was originally released in 1971, and later re-released in 2003. The album credits kept an aura of mystery about their membership. Martin Cure, Graham Amos, Terry Howells and Alan Savage were actually involved…
A little known band which made one album published by label Vertigo. The album is a significant collector's item among fans of progressive music. The LP was printed with a gatefold sleeve. But only the titles of song and the name of the writers are written on the cover. Without line-up. The informations about group are very difficult to find.
Blonde on Blonde was a guitar-led psychedelic rock group from South Wales. The band was formed in Newport in 1967 by vocalist/guitarist Ralph Denyer, drummer Les Hicks, bassist/organist Richard Hopkins and guitarist/sitar player Gareth Johnson. The band was named after Bob Dylan's 1966 album of the same name.
Objektfotografie mit der richtigen Technik, Gestaltung und Idee.
Filmed during a recent workshop he conducted at Liliedahl Fine Art Studio, Robert Johnson gives a tour de force performance of his elegant, classic painting style. Taken to completion, the painting demonstration provides the student of oil painting with a complete understanding of how a painting is conceived, blocked-in, and painted from beginning to end. If you are a painter aspiring to paint roses (or any still-life subject), this video is a must see!
Watch as Jacqueline Kamin uses beautiful brushwork to make these white flowers come to life!