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    Cinnamon stained Dawn

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    Cinnamon Stained Dawn Mom: “I have been working really hard” Joyce: “I know, I know” Mom: “Where is my baby?” Joyce: “Maybe you should try using the restroom” Mom: “That is impossible, I’m in labor Joyce: “Just try, the pressure from your bladder might be the reason the baby is not coming out” Mom: “Alright if you say so, I’ll try” It was December 8, 1990 at 6 o’clock in the morning. My mother was in labor. She had suffered 9 months

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    Artists in Stained Glass

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    Artists in Stained Glass I. CONCRETE EXPERIENCE I think my interest in the combination of glass, light and color began as a child when I discovered the colorful images created inside a kaleidoscope. Even as an adult, I cannot seem to resist picking up a kaleidoscope and gazing into the viewer as I rotate the tube to change the design of the colored bits of glass. If you walk into my home, it is apparent that I like to decorate with glass. I have glass flowers, marbles, stones, vases, balls

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    Stained Glass Art: Visual Emotions

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    Stained glass window artists capture not only artistic techniques, but architectural methods as well to construct their works of art. These techniques have subsisted for thousands of years and have survived through multiple cultures. Colors, patterns, and scenes draw an emotional response out of a viewer as well as portray a visual interpretation of a story, scripture, or moment in time. In order to completely comprehend the extent of the art and architecture of a stained glass window, an individual

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    Mysticism in D. H. Lawrence's A Fragment of Stained Glass Mystical ideas about heaven, hell, angels, and the devil have been present in human lives for most of history. While some people simply take what is given to them without considering what else might be out there, others have faith in higher beings and need that support to survive. "A Fragment of Stained Glass" by D. H. Lawrence delves into the questionable beliefs of a mystical world outside our own material world. Lawrence develops

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    “The 1,113 scenes depicted in the 15 stained glass windows tell the story of mankind from Genesis through to Christ’s resurrection. Fourteen of the windows, depicting episodes from the bible should be read from left to right, from the bottom upwards.” (“A gem”). The first window shows the images of Genesis and the beginning while the second is the story of Moses who was found by an Egyptian princess after his mother sent him away to save his life. He would later lead the Hebrews out of slavery. The

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    ancient Rome that stained glass windows were first created and admired, being simple compositions of colored glass. It was between 1150 and 1500 that stained glass art reached its peak in Europe, where large, historiated windows were being created for cathedrals (Metmuseum.org, 2014). These windows were “illuminated visual sermons of biblical stories,” and greatly changed the way the congregation learned about religion (Reynolds, 2013, p. 3). It wasn’t until the late 1800s that stained glass artists

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    morris - the red house

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    free-reign on the interiors. Experimenting with a romantic ideal of medievalism, Morris, Webb, Rossetti and Edward Burne-Jones conceived a radically new country house that was both cosy and highly decorative. Creating zigzag patterned doors, curlicue stained-glass windows and rustic built-in furniture with heroic painted panels, the young designers developed skills they later used to found Morris, Marshall, Faulkner and Co., one of the most influential design firms of the late 19th century, whose wallpaper

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    paper, when properly inscribed, can be sacred, yet when it is subjected to corrupt or untruthful imprints it is profane" (2). It's true paper seems to play a very important role in this play. One of the first things Stanley does is throw a "red-stained swatch of butcher paper" (3), at Stella. After reading or viewing this play, a bloodstained paper and Stanley definitely seem to intertwine with each other. Kolin argues Stanley uses paper ...

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    looks a bit annoyed that she has come so late. His hands are stained with a ruby tint and his clothes the same. He motions the young girl in. Hesitantly, she makes small and meager steps to the entranceway. She steps into a minute room with little or no lighting. She stares upon two women and a rusty table that holds the screams of the girls that went before her. The man motions her to sit in the table. She slowly places her body on the stained and rusty table. She is a bit afraid that the table will

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    My Dog

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    over. Today, Lucy’s hair is wavy and short with a blend of gray and black intertwining together to make a mixture looking like salt and pepper. She has small, cropped triangular ears, dark black eyes and a round black wet nose. A beard that is stained brown from her food surrounds her unhealthy yellowed teeth and pale pink spotted tongue. She wears a hot pink invisible fence collar with black clasp around her neck. Soft, gray curls dangle over her front and hind paws and sway back and forth delicately

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