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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!

Alexander Calder.-KINETISCHE KUNST. Men kan de kinetische kunstwerken indelen in bewegende en beweegbare werken. Bij de bewegende werken heeft de beweging in het kunstwerk zelf plaats, hetzij door middel van wind of water, hetzij door een motor of een magneet. Bij de beweegbare werken ontstaat de beweging door een ingreep van de beschouwer.

db – Little Spider, c. 1940 by Alexander Calder. Alexander Calder’s art centers around the movement of objects in space, and his elegant mobile sculptures made him one of the most important artists of the century.

Standing Female Nude, 1910 Pablo Picasso (Spanish, 1881–1973) Charcoal on paper Alfred Stieglitz Collection, 1949 In March 1911, Alfred Stieglitz's small gallery in New York, 291, opened a large exhibition of forty-nine drawings and watercolors by Pablo Picasso, the artist's first showing anywhere in America. Among the highlights in the show, which surveyed the development of his art up to Analytic Cubism (1906–11), was this highly abstract charcoal drawing of a standing female nude.

Standing Female Nude, 1910 Pablo Picasso (Spanish, Charcoal on paper Alfred Stieglitz Collection, 1949 In March Alfred Stieglitz's small gallery in New York, opened a large exhibition of forty-nine drawings and watercolors

Standing Female Nude, 1910 Pablo Picasso (Spanish, 1881–1973) Charcoal on paper Alfred Stieglitz Collection, 1949 In March 1911, Alfred Stieglitz's small gallery in New York, 291, opened a large exhibition of forty-nine drawings and watercolors by Pablo Picasso, the artist's first showing anywhere in America. Among the highlights in the show, which surveyed the development of his art up to Analytic Cubism (1906–11), was this highly abstract charcoal drawing of a standing female nude.

Standing Female Nude, 1910 Pablo Picasso (Spanish, Charcoal on paper Alfred Stieglitz Collection, 1949 In March Alfred Stieglitz's small gallery in New York, opened a large exhibition of forty-nine drawings and watercolors