What Sets Chinese Painting Apart From Western Painting

Written by Ernesto Apomayta

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Inrepparttar same theme they may spend hours contemplating and drawing inspiration fromrepparttar 125393 figures of nature such as humming birds with their fragile wings,repparttar 125394 robust legs ofrepparttar 125395 cricket, andrepparttar 125396 fascinating form ofrepparttar 125397 praying mantis. Fromrepparttar 125398 minor or simple creatures that are chosen as subjects of art work, we can see how they enjoyrepparttar 125399 nature andrepparttar 125400 love they devote torepparttar 125401 most humble things.

The Chinese painter finds it offensive to contemplate and drawrepparttar 125402 human figure by itself. Human beings are part ofrepparttar 125403 surrounding heavens and earth. They are all together. That is why Chinese paintings are simple in composition and full of harmony, overall balance and peace with all of creation. They are interested inrepparttar 125404 mood and spirit.

About Ernesto Apomayta Born and raised in Puno, Peru, Ernesto Apomayta was identified as an artistic prodigy atrepparttar 125405 tender age of five. As a boy, Apomayta was first influenced and inspired byrepparttar 125406 natural marvels surroundingrepparttar 125407 humble home he shared with his family. In close proximity to shimmering Lake Titicaca,repparttar 125408 striking beauty ofrepparttar 125409 Andes andrepparttar 125410 awe-inspiring Incan ruins of his ancestors, Apomayta was spiritually compelled to express his wonder visually through his paintbrush. A direct ancestor ofrepparttar 125411 legendary photographer, Martin Chambi, Apomayta derived inspiration fromrepparttar 125412 same native influences and his legacy that encouraged Apomayta to fulfill his own artistic destiny.

To view many of Ernesto Apomayta’s pieces of artwork please visit www.apomaytaart.com for full information on Mr. Apomayta.

What Turns Potential Employers ON; What Turns Them OFF?

Written by Bonnie Lowe

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That same survey discoveredrepparttar number-one thing that can turn potential employers off--a job candidate's appearance! Specifically, they cited unusual hair color or style, body piercings, tattoos, and unusual clothing as things that most often gave a bad first impression.

What you think is "cool" may berepparttar 125392 "hot" ticket torepparttar 125393 reject list! So keep your need to express yourself under wraps duringrepparttar 125394 interview, and you'll have a better shot at gettingrepparttar 125395 job.

Bonnie Lowe is author of the popular "Job Interview Success System" and publishes a free information-packed ezine called "Career-Life Times." Find out about those resources and check out powerful strategies for job seekers at her website: http://www.best-interview-strategies.com.

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