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What Type of Easel Stand Do You Require?

- - Sanny Tendilla

By Kristen Pryor

In a world full of technological gadgets, the easel stand is still the ideal display and presentation solution. Whether it is for home use, a business application or in a teaching environment, there is a stand that will serve you better than any other type of presentation aid. What is the right easel stand for you?

In the home, we use them every day, often without even thinking about it. Our photographs are exhibited on brass stands that take pride of place on the mantel. We use a wire stand to hold open a cookbook while we work. Our kids may have a chalkboard mounted on an easel or do their finger painting on one. These examples just scratch the surface - you can probably think of many more.

In the office, secretaries use them to hold papers for transcribing. Another may display the company calendar. At the reception counter, a small stand holds business cards while a larger one contains informational brochures. A floor easel in the reception area displays company information or a promotional poster.

School teachers and other educators swear by the superior value of easels as teaching aids. They remark that it surpasses even new technological teaching aids, saying that a simple whiteboard easel creates a more dynamic connection between teacher and pupil.

This is equally true when using an easel stand as a teaching aid at business seminars. While viewers tune out the speaker during powerpoint, video and slideshow presentations, they focus on him and everything he has to say if he is using an easel as a teaching aid. It engages their active attention and encourages them to take notes and ask questions as he goes along.

Retail businesses, from cafes to five star hotels, find numerous uses for display easels as powerful advertising tools. Portable, sturdy and versatile, they can be used in any setting. A decorative stand can create a mood or enhance a setting. A functional stand can make an important announcement that is sure to capture the attention of every passerby.

The fact that there are so many different types and styles of easels available is proof of their popularity as presentation aids. There is an easel stand for every conceivable need. A wedding photograph is cradled in a brass tabletop easel. A modern collapsible stand holds everything a business man needs for his presentation.

Can you think of anything else? No doubt you see them everywhere, every day. As you pass by a theater, you see the announcement of an upcoming attraction. Outside your local bookshop, the latest thriller gets a plug. The list of uses for an easel stand is virtually endless.

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Resurrection Art Associated With Jesus Christ

- - Sanny Tendilla

By Clayton Cowling

Around 1440, Fra Angelico with actual name Guido di Pietro painted the scene of the resurrection involving Jesus along the walls of the monastery where they was staying. Because seen in the painting, Fra Angelico is not concerned with class, for he portray with simplicity. They wants viewers to focus their attention about the subjects of his / her painting. He offers the women in the picture with grief invisible in their hearts. Their particular faces, simple hurting seem to ask your figure of the angel in the painting an explanation of the resurrection of Jesus.

Paolo Ucello, an Italian painter, in addition painted the resurrection regarding Christ in a tainted wall in Duomo, Florence. As seen in their work of art, being a math wizard he loves geometry models feautured in his paintings. It is usually seen in this portray, two sleeping soldiers in opposite sides of Christ. It is stated he displays just a little fun with the soldiers as they are seen asleep during a great occasion in the history of Christianity.

Another Italian Renaissance painter, Piero della Francesca painted the resurrection of Christ in 1463. In this painting, soldiers are depicted differently from Ucello's in that they seem bored with the task at hand. This is said to display human emotion. It also noted that della Francesa shows mastery in the art of anatomy as illustrated in the torso of the figures in the painting. He also depicts realism in his painting, as seen with Jesus right leg raised as he hoists himself up from the tomb. It also notes Jesus look of determined expression as he seems to look straight in the eyes of the viewer.

Likely the best known one of the Bellini family is Giovanni Bellini. In 1475, younger crowd comes up with his edition of the resurrection of Jesus christ. In this painting, they illustrates Jesus standing up over his grave and among the troops. He holds a typical in his right palm. Here is shown a dawn sky together with budding twigs from your tree depicting restoration in nature and even a bunny below Jesus' feet symbolizes new life.

German-born Hans Memling, came up with three panels of the resurrection of Jesus in 1490. In this painting the middle panel shows Jesus stepping out from the tomb as others look on with boredom, clearly unaware of what happened. On the right panel, illustrates Mary and the solders look up towards the sky as Jesus ascends to heaven. On the left panel shows St. Sebastian stripped off his clothing and execution because of his faith in Christ, which at that time was considered a crime.

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