“QubiQ” nature.

[:en]For Mickey Paulssen, making a scape is always an adventure that first takes place in her head. An adventure of possibilities and limitations. The used aquarium for example. Its design often limits the creative challenge. This does not apply to the Superfish QubiQ 30 used here. And the best part is: this aquarium is not only suitable for every scape, but also for every wallet.[:nl]For Mickey Paulssen, making a scape is always an adventure that first takes place in her head. An adventure of possibilities and limitations. The used aquarium for example. Its design often limits the creative challenge. This does not apply to the Superfish QubiQ 30 used here. And the best part is: this aquarium is not only suitable for every scape, but also for every wallet.[:]

Aquarium Aquaponic Wall: 20 Steps (with Pictures)

.I built an aquaponic wall above my ten gallon fish tank. Aquaponics use shared water between fish and terrestrial plants. This allows the plants to remove fish poop from the water and be fertilized by it. In any fish tank the ammonia in fish waste converts into nitrite and then nitrate by bacteria. This nitrate … Continue reading Aquarium Aquaponic Wall: 20 Steps (with Pictures)

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

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Mantifang about Korea - Japan - China. The Mantifang publishes Social Media channels and this website to promote the culture of East Asia, namely Korea, China and Japan. Our editor in Chief Hugo J. Smal is responsible for all content. For questions or remarks, you can use the contact form below. On our channels, you … Continue reading Social Media

R.I.P. Takashi Amano San

Takashi Amano san; our master! Takashi Amano is the founder of the "Japanese aqua-scape". After his career as a cyclist, he started painting, nature photography and arranging aquariums. At first, he only had an eye for the fish, but slowly he started to apply the Zen technique. Ancient philosophy. Zen came from China, via Korea … Continue reading R.I.P. Takashi Amano San