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Art of the Day – 02/16/17 (So She Moved Into the Light, Eric Fischl)

Daily Artwork — “So She Moved Into the Light, Eric Fischl, 1997”

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1997 — So She Moved Into the Light.  Oil paint on canvas. Contemporary Realism style. Eric Fischl (1948-).  Private Collection.

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Posted by on February 16, 2017 in Daily Art


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Video of the Day – 4/26/13 (How Much Does a Shadow Weigh?)

Daily Video — “How Much Does a Shadow Weigh?

From VSauce, today’s video tries to answer the self-described “silly question” of how much a shadow weighs.  Michael takes a look at light functions and the force of light, what can cast shadows (including Venus!), and the speed of light and its properties and limitations.

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Posted by on April 26, 2013 in Daily Video


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