Monthly Archives: September 2021

Watercolor pencils: Sliced tomato

🖍️🍴✏️🥄 HELLO LOVELIES, TO CHANGE A PENCIL FOR SILVERWARE IS SO EASY AND FUNNY.

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watercolor pencil tomato

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Healthy Desserts That Are Keeping Me Sane In The Lockdown

🐼 🍽️ HI BEAUTIES, YOU CAN BE AN ARTIST AND A ALSO A ‘SWEET TOOTH’ TOO. SO HERE ARE SOME TIPS BY PANDA.

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I have an insane sweet tooth – I need to eat something sweet every day else I feel like my day isn’t going well. With India being in a lockdown again, I have been binge eating and eating junk more than I do on a regular basis. So to ensure that I don’t go crazy eating unhealthy sweets every day, I have discovered a few healthy, quick to put together desserts that use the natural sweetness of fruits to satisfy my cravings. These recipes require minimal ingredients and are so easy to make that a novice to cooking can do it too. Additionally, they are all eggless and can be customized to be vegan as well. Here are my go-to recipes –

Eggless Goey Chocolate Mug Cake (Vegan)

The Easiest 2 Minute Mug Cake Ever · i am a food blog

This is my go to dessert these days. It takes less than 5 minutes to make and is so so decadent!

Ingredients…

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Apple pudding with the Brontes

🍎🍽️ HI SISTERS! THESE ARTISTS NO NEED EXPLANATIONS. ONLY TO COMMENT THIS DELICIOUS RECIPE.

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Inspired by https://paperandsalt.org/ and a c1884 oil on canvas by Branwell Bronte of his sisters Charlotte: English novelist and poet 1816-1855 Branwell: English writer and painter 1817-1848 Emily: English novelist and poet 1818-1848 Anne: English novelist and poet 1820-1849

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Mangiare arachidi può ridurre il rischio di ictus ischemico e malattie cardiovascolari

😍 HI SISTERS, THIS WORK HAS A FANTASTIC PERSPECTIVE ACHIEVED WITH LIGHT DEGRADATION, SHADOWS AND ATMOSPHERE, REPRESENTED AROUND MAIN MOTIF.

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Secondo una nuova ricerca pubblicata Ictusgli uomini e le donne asiatici che vivono in Giappone che mangiavano noccioline (in media 4-5 noccioline/giorno) avevano un rischio minore di avere un ictus ischemico o un evento di malattia cardiovascolare rispetto a coloro che non ne mangiavano. Mentre studi precedenti hanno collegato il consumo di arachidi con una migliore salute cardiovascolare tra gli americani, i ricercatori in questo studio hanno esaminato specificamente il legame tra il consumo di arachidi e l’incidenza di diversi tipi di ictus (ischemico ed emorragico) e di eventi di malattie cardiovascolari (come ictus e cardiopatia ischemica) tra gli uomini e le donne giapponesi.
Hanno mostrato per la prima volta un rischio ridotto di incidenza di ictus ischemico associato a un maggiore consumo di arachidi in una popolazione asiatica. I risultati suggeriscono che l’aggiunta di arachidi alla dieta ha un effetto benefico sulla prevenzione dell’ictus ischemico. Le arachidi…

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No. 166

🍷🍸 SO TRUE DEARS, A FEW STROKES WITH PAINTBRUSH AND PENCIL, CAN BE ENOUGH FOR THE MAXIMUM EXPRESSION.

drawing story

“Alchemy”

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A bottle of wine with Edvard Munch

😱 WELL DEARS, THE AUTHOR OF ‘THE SCREAM’ PAINTING IS HAVING A WHITE WINE CUP, SO SUITABLE WITH A MACKEREL RECIPE.

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Inspired by Munch’s 1906 oil on canvas “Self portrait with bottle of wine” and https://www.smithsonianmag.com/arts-culture/edvard-munch-beyond-the-scream-111810150/ Norwegian painter and graphic artist 1863-1944

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Mackerel

🐡 🐚 WELL LOVELIES, MAYBE IS AN UGLY FISH, BUT HEALTHY AND DELICIOUS.

Creative Residency

Mackerel

line no sooner down than taut

shadow silvering into air
desperate fruit all wriggle

and twitch snapped off
slapped in a plastic crate

fading to layers of leaves
knives out guts chucked

to an instant coven of gulls
heads scarfed whole

sea a boil of snatch and scream
fillets home in a bucket

fried in their own oil
all night my head full

of saltwater skin sun
flesh feather beak bone

so little between us

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A fish with Ian Armstrong

🐟 🔪🍽️ OH SUGAR, I REALIZE SOME HARMONY AND RHYTHM BETWEEN THE SHAPES OF THE GIRL, FISH AND BOAT. A PERFECT COMPOSITION.

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Inspired by Armstrong’s 1949-1950 oil on canvas “Girl with a fish” Australian painter and printmaker 1923-2005

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RELAXING IS RELATIVE…

🍅❤️🍅 WELL BEAUTIES, TOMATOES ARE ONE OF MY PASSIONS ON A DISH AND THIS WORK IS SO GREAT AND GENUINE.

Jots from a Small Apt.

STEWED TOMATOES

Not a joiner. Never liked to stand out. Always stood at the rear of the crowd. Invites to parties, celebratory showers…even my own bridal shower…were angst ridden. The Mother said, “You have to go to this one…and maybe one more.” There you have it. Rinse. Repeat. Rinse. Repeat. Probably a control thing.

My Reader wants to know what this has to do with anything. It has to do with that control thing. You think?

Tara Leaver, Cornwall, England artist, counselor, art instructor, my wanna-be best friend, issued a free drawing workshop via Email and Instagram titled #freeupyourart . A weeks worth of drawing lessons boiled down to basic Beginning 101 Drawing lessons to….free up your art. Simple. Exercises that should alleviate the absolute, carved in stone, no questions asked need to control every movement of the pen or brush. The creative part of…well, free-flowing, spontaneous creative-ness. Shuffs…

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Danish makron cookies with Sarah Bernhardt

💜🍩🤎 SO CERTAIN SISTERS, OPHELIA IS ALIVE AND ALSO IS A GOOD GOURMAND.

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Inspired by ://sweetsoursavory.com/blog/2014/2/11/sarah-bernhardt-cookies and Bernhardt’s 1880 high relief marble plaque “Death of Ophelia” French sculptor and actress 1844-1923

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