Encourage Your High School Photography Class To Notice These Things When You Visit A Photo Gallery

Posted on: 12 November 2018

If you teach photography to a high school class, you almost certainly compel them to take their cameras out into the world and document what they see. To offer some inspiration, think about taking your photography class to a photo exhibit at a local photography art gallery as a class trip. In order to maximize the value that your students get out of this experience, give them instructions in advance about what things to notice.
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What To Look For When Assessing The Quality Of Antique Furniture

Posted on: 25 July 2017

Antique furniture can be a very fun addition to your home and can also be worth a lot. However, buying antique furniture can be a challenging experience because some pieces of furniture may be more fragile and some pieces of furniture may also be different from more modern pieces you may be used to working with. Also, by inspecting the antique furniture, you can often determine if it was handmade or manufactured.
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3 Types Of Art Worth Collecting For Your Home

Posted on: 18 January 2016

Going to an art shop like Gallery Phillip gives you access to many different styles of beautiful works that would look lovely in your home. If you can't decide between a modern still life, a whimsical watercolor, or a bold oil painting, then you can feel overwhelmed by your options. Not only are there wonderful paintings and photographs to choose from, but often statues and figures as well. When it comes to choosing art in an art shop, here are 3 types worth collecting for your home.
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Appraising Your Antiques: Getting More For Less

Posted on: 3 September 2015

If you have a painting you've inherited, or a large group of old dolls, you're probably wondering how much they are worth. Antiques are particularly unique since most are handmade and they typically only exist in limited numbers. Some people pay top dollar to have a professional appraise, or assess an item's worth. For those of you who don't want to shell out the extra cash but the curiosity of your item's value is gnawing at you, there are some ways you can have that unusual lamp your grandmother left you appraised for less.
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