The artist Jesus Garcia Anido (Chucho) was born on December 1st, 1983 in Havana, Cuba. His artistic process begins since he was very young. His maternal grandfather William Anido enhanced his passion for drawing and painting, training him on several techniques of pencil drawing. The Anido family has been for generations a family of well-known artists in the central part of Cuba, in the province of Las Villas. During his childhood he made several series of drawings and even participated in several drawing competitions in which he was among the top three.
Edward Hopper once said, “No amount of skillful invention can replace the essential element of imagination” (qtd. in “Edward Hopper Quotes”). Hopper started out his career as a struggling impressionist, leaving many aspects of his art up to the interpretation and imagination of the person looking at it. Hopper also traveled to Europe, in particular Paris, and here he worked with the unique lighting of the city to show more expression in his artwork through the symbols of light and darkness (Edward Hopper Biography). Using the skills he learned through these experiences Edward Hopper started to paint urban settings with a focus on lighting as well as the expression of the people inside the art, while leaving the personality of these people
These courses allowed me to be taught by actual Welding instructors, who have years of experience working in the trade of welding. Per El Camino College, welding courses included to get an Associate’s Degree are Introduction to Welding, Basic Welding Technology, Technical Mathematics, and Machine Tool Technology (Certificates).Professionals interested in becoming a Welding instructor typically receive education at community colleges, vocational schools and other private training schools. Welding instructors normally work several years in the industry to gain specialized experience before becoming
John Henry was born and raised to become a steel-driving man. He wanted to touch and play with a hammer ever since he was born. As he got older and stronger, John was able to work with most hammers. Once the war has ended, John was allowed to travel wherever he wanted. For John that was “where the trains go”.
John Quidor was a literary genre painter during the early to mid-nineteenth century. His collection is largely based on Washington Irving’s short stories; however, he has painted themes from stories by James Fenimore Cooper and Miguel de Cervantes. John Quidor was born January 26th, 1801, in Tappan, New York, and moved to New York City at age nine. He began an apprenticeship with the well-known painter, John Wesley Jarvis; this was his only formal training. He never completed his training with Jarvis because felt he was being neglected in favor of another student.
At six he was very proficient in Latin and he admitted in Yale at the age of 12. He started thinking about Christianity very seriously when was preparing himself for ministry, after graduating from Yale in 1720. He wanted to use everything that he has to serve God and glorify Him. He became the pastor of Northampton Congregational church in 1727, during which time the spirituality among the believers in the church was very weak and ugly. When he saw the spiritually backslidden state of this church and called its people “dry bone,” possessing the form of godliness but denying its power.
Borglum wasn’t interested in painting and drawing so he left for Paris in 1887 to study sculpting. Borglum found his happiness and talent in sculpting massive art work. He designed and constructed several different sculptures, one of which was a six ton marble head of President Lincoln that was later donated to The Library of Congress in 1908. Historian Doane Robinson came up with the original idea for Mount Rushmore,
Born in Flushing, Queens, New York on October 19, 1895, Lewis Mumford was an American historian; sociologist, philosopher of technology and as well a mythical critic and he was a graduate of Stuyvesant High School class of 1912. Lewis attended City College of New York and The New School for Social Research but never obtain a degree due to a terrible lung disease, known as tuberculosis (Wikipedia, n.d.). He was predominantly known for his study of cities and urban architecture; he was inspired vividly by the work of Sir Patrick Geddes who hailed from Scotland. Lewis Mumford had a comprehensive and successful career in writing. His close associate was a British sociologist Victor Branford whom he worked with closely.
Stephen Crane was born in Newark, New Jersey. Crane was the youngest child of 14 children. Crane got his inspiration to write from his father, a Methodist minister, mother, who was dedicated to social concerns, and his two brothers that were reporters. Crane wanted to higher his education so he attended the Hudson River Institute and Claverack College where he began to show interest in Civil War studies and military training. During his life at college, he started writing a rough draft of Maggie: A Girl of the Streets, In 1891, he decided that “humanity was more interesting study” (poetry foundation) than attending college.