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Cymatics is the art and study of visual sound and vibration. Cymatic experiments demonstrate how sound waves physically manipulate matter. - Please consider enjoying some flavorful Peruvian Chocolate this holiday season. Organic and fair trade certified, it's made where the cacao is grown providing fair paying wages to women. Varieties include: Quinoa, Amaranth, Coconut, Nibs, Coffee, and flavorful dark chocolate. Available on Amazon! http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00725K254

"'Let there be light." Cymatics is the art and study of visual sound and vibration. Cymatic experiments demonstrate how sound waves physically manipulate matter.

Go to https://www.facebook.com/MeltingMiltons to see more melted crayon works! Show off your game day pride by placing this exploding piece in your man cave! Made entirely out of melted crayon. Go Hawks!  16"X20"  FYI: $115 for logo, $160 for football player. Would be $275 but if bundled together it will be $250. Just message me on facebook!

Go to https://www.facebook.com/MeltingMiltons to see more melted crayon works! Show off your game day pride by placing this exploding piece in your man cave! Made entirely out of melted crayon. Go Hawks! 16"X20" FYI: $115 for logo, $160 for football player. Would be $275 but if bundled together it will be $250. Just message me on facebook!

Cathedral, 1947 - Jackson Pollock  Gotta' love Jackson Pollock, who else could pull off super popular art, that is just paint thrown onto canvas?

Cathedral - Jackson Pollock Completion Date: 1947 Style: Action painting Period: Drip period Genre: abstract painting Technique: mixed technique Material: canvas Dimensions: x cm Gallery: Dallas Museum of Fine Arts, Dallas, Texas, USA

Jackson Pollock #Action_Painting Intenta expresar mediante el color y la materia del cuadro, sensaciones tales como el movimiento, la velocidad, la energía.

pollock Jackson Pollock Photographer Hans Namuth Gelatin silver prints, 1950 Published May 1951 National Portrait Gallery, Smithsonian Institution; gift of the estate of Hans Namuth © Estate of Hans Namuth