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ART718 / 03.01.2024

https://www.focus.pl/artykul/grzyb-niezgody https://tvn24.pl/magazyn-tvn24/wloch-zje-muchomora-anglik-nie-tknie-prawdziwka-jak-grzyb-narody-podzielil,131,2328?fbclid=IwAR0EQ49XuMnWkEB3dpGVr2aC-oc1FyC-o4Z5gIyHh7XSxqZlbGDxp4IIJWY In 1927, the American journalist and banker R. Gordon Wasson married a Russian Valentina Pavlovna Guercken. For their honeymoon, the young couple went to Appalachia. In the woods, Wasson was shocked when his wife started picking mushrooms. In vain he warned her against taking her home and eating… cock. Amazed by the difference in their approach to mushrooms, the couple decided to explore this phenomenon. The result of their travels and many years of work was the book "Mushrooms, Russia and History", in which the Wassons gathered a lot of evidence that the nations living on the edge of the...

ART718 / 30.12.2023

Metaloplasty is a field describing the creation of decorations and artistic objects using metal. Her products can be everyday items such as lamps, candlesticks, ashtrays, signs and fences. Metaloplastic products will also include traditional decorations, i.e. sculptures, bas -reliefs and of course jewelry. Interestingly, some definitions consider metaloplasty to be the art of processing cold metals, which we can also call artistic locksmith. However, in a broader concept of metaloplasty, it includes hot metal treatment, including jewelry, artistic blacksmithing and many other factions known for hundreds of years. These include forging, bending, cutting, straightening, extrusion, patting, sawing, drilling, soldering, blacksmithing,...

ART718 / 29.12.2023

Improves the digestive system.Water stored in copper vessels has a positive effectfor the work of the digestive system. Regular drinking of such water stimulates intestinal peristalsis, reduces inflammation and eliminates harmful bacteria. Copper helps cleanse the body of harmful toxins, and also supports the absorption of nutrients and food vitamins. It has a positive effect on blood pressure, reduces the content of triglycerides, and also supports the regulation of heart rate. It improves brain and nervous system.Copper as an element participates in the production of neurotransmitters. Is one of the trace elements,which is responsible for the proper functioning of the...

ART718 / 07.12.2023

Recently, on the "Netflix" platform, I watched the Thai film "Hungry" (2023). It is actually a story about the differences between social classes. About halfway through the film, Chef Paul explains to Aoy (the main character) that what we eat reflects our social status, not the love with which it was prepared. The poor eat to literally survive, while the wealthy seek esoteric experiences in the kitchen - such as the ceremonial preparation of a golden calf and then feeding it to the event organizer from her finger. Aoy is an outsider in all this, brought in from the lowlands...

ART718 / 06.12.2023

Terriea Kwong https://terriekwong.blogspot.com/ Nicola Brown https://nicolabrown.ie/the-artist/ https://lacreativemama.com/eco-printing-on-fabric-beginners-guide/ https://www.kitchentableclassroom.com/botanical-prints-watercolor/ https://www.boredart.com/2017/04/mildly-interesting-leaf-art-installations.html https://www.coloursbysheri.com/ https://www.jetjames.com/en-gb/blogs/news/pvc-etching-with-a-diecut-xpress-machine?epik=dj0yJnU9UG1pdmNXZjNZYzZfTWhwTlpNWjVQRVJhT3BRN1JvUjkmcD0wJm49VDdUX3J6QS12VEpfanBId1pDVjVaQSZ0PUFBQUFBR1ZYS0Y4 ...

ART718 / 15.11.2023

source: https://encyklopedia.pwn.pl/haslo/barwniki;3874777.html dyeing plants, plants belonging to various families, containing colored substances (dyes) belonging to various groups of organic compounds, sometimes with a very complicated structure;plant pigments occur in all organs, e.g. blue), coral viburnum fruit, elderberry fruit (red), oak bark (brown and black), nettle leaves, and bird cherry bark (green); from plants of foreign origin, e.g. Lawsonia leaves give red or yellow dye (henna); turmeric roots (yellow); acacia wood, Acacia catechu (olive, green, brown, black); the oldest dyeing plants include, among others: indigo (a blue dye made from the leaves - indigo), formerly used to dye cotton; of over 2,000...

ART718 / 05.11.2023

https://www.theguardian.com/environment/gallery/2010/aug/19/impressions-of-nature Impressions of Nature - A History of Nature Printing In this book, author and printing history expert Roderick Cave explores the history of nature printing – the name given to the technique using the surface of a natural object – like a leaf – to produce the print. The practice was developed in the Middle Ages to help those gathering medicinal plants and evolved into a serious scientific process used to reproduce plants and build up collections of flora and fauna. During the 19th century, the technique drew on new photographic technology, and today, the long-standing art form continues to interest everyone...

ART718 / 03.11.2023

Tablecloths were already known in the Middle Ages. At that time, in wealthier homes, a long cloth was spread on the tables, which reached the floor and was not only a cover but also a napkin for revelers. In the Renaissance, the tables were located in the central part of the drawing rooms and necessarily had to be carefully covered - it was considered impolite to receive guests at a rough countertop. Sometimes one of the guests would cut open the tablecloth spread in front of him to show that he considered any of the other diners unsuitable company for him...