INESSA KALABEKOVA

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“Golden Bough” my plan for now

Initial plan: Balance, Harmony, and Rebirth – Phoenix.  Tree of Life – Sacred Tree. The Tree, the Fruit, the Carpenter – Dragon. Mother Goddess – Dress with Palaeolithic Venus figurines. Books from the Past. Flood. Manuport. World Creation. Myths of the Underworld – Griffon. Plan for now: The Tree, the Fruit, the Carpenter – Dragon. 100% […]

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My dragon friend: Ember, day one in London

Today marked my debut in London, a day spent immersed in the university’s bustling environment from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm. Reflecting on my experience, my emotions are a swirling mix of intrigue and introspection. I find myself drawn to the grandeur of the expansive exhibition space, yet simultaneously yearning for a more intimate setting

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The Rear View: Uncovering the History and Humor of Human Backsides

“The Rear View” is a delightful book that offers a fresh perspective on our backsides, making it a great read to pass the time. I breezed through it in just four hours while waiting for tests at the heart doctor’s office. It’s all about celebrating the curves and shapes, especially when it comes to women’s

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The word “Ochra” means “kinda yellow” in Greek

Long ago, artists knew all the cool secrets, but today, they’re a bit fuzzy about what they’re using. Let’s chat about RED OCHRE—it has different names like TERRA RUBRA, SYNOPIS, LIMONITE, GOETHITE, HEMATITE. So, to keep it simple, let’s just call it RED OCHRE, the oldest paint ever. RED OCHRE is a natural color made

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Unit 1 Assessment (Draft) 2

Canvas of Curiosity: Unveiling the Threads of Art, Stories, and Culture. In this odyssey of understanding, I aim to paint a comprehensive portrait of how art and stories serve as bridges, connecting us across the vast landscape of human experience.  Starting a journey to explore art, stories, and cultural history, I dive into the global

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