Korean Ceramics

Korean ceramics 한국 도자기 History of Korean Ceramics During the Three Kingdoms of Korea (57 BC-668 AD), namely Silla, Goguryeo, and Baekje, the history of Korean ceramics starts. They produced rough domestic wares for the people from numerous kilns. Likewise, several very sophisticated statues of royal figures, guardians, and horses, equivalent to Chinese Han Dynasty figures, … Continue reading Korean Ceramics

Mickey Paulssen scaping

Next, to be a traditional artist Mickey Paulssen is using zen and the lessons of Takashi Amano San to make here scapes. For her traditional art Page She started with the design of aquariums. Someone told her that she did this in a Japanese way, and so she came on the aquascape and discovered the … Continue reading Mickey Paulssen scaping

Mickey Paulssen

Sometimes Mickey Paulssen wants more than a flat surface. Mickey Paulssen followed the studio nude and realism at the Academy for Visual Arts Genk. She got lessons in abstract and realism there. Of course painting, drawing and etching were the main subjects. Art history formed the foundation of all this. She trained herself in making … Continue reading Mickey Paulssen

Mickey Paulssen traditional art

Mickey Paulssen traditional art Mickey Paulssen followed the studio nude and realism at the Academy for Visual Arts. She got lessons in abstract and realism there. Of course painting, drawing and etching were the main subjects. Art history formed the foundation of all this. She trained herself in making portraits. Realism was always her starting … Continue reading Mickey Paulssen traditional art