Wednesday, 24 December 2014

Supreme Home Therapy : The Book







 

If you are someone who loves to inhabit around  a well organized and aesthetically appealing surroundings,‘Supreme Home Therapy’ is written just for you.

Supreme Home Therapy’ is dedicated to Home D├ęcor brimming with insightful information  on Residential design , DIY Tips, Green Design , Decorating Do's And Donot’s, vastu & Feng shui , Interior Design Quotes and many more…… all written in accessible, jargon- free English and lavishly illustrated with proper photographs. The ergonomic custom size of this book makes it highly accessible and the Rs. 600/- price tag makes it the ideal impulse purchase gift.


So, be a part of  Supreme Home Therapy and create a beautiful and healthy ambience of your own.


‘Supreme Home Therapy : The Book’ is the print publication by Swapnil Saundarya Label and is written by Designer Rishabh Shukla.













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Shipping Cost : Rs.150
Pagination :  68
Format : Paper Back, Custom Size
Written by : Rishabh Shukla
Published by : Swapnil Saundarya Publications






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About  the Author : Rishabh Shukla ( R S ) 







Rishabh Shukla is an Indian freelance Interior Designer, Artist and Design Entrepreneur.He specializes in Interior Design Journalism and beaux arts. Rishabh has worked in the design Industry since 2007 in the areas like Interior Design , Art & Colour Consultancy , Retail Design & Visual Merchandising , Art Appreciation, Product Designing, Writing & Design blogging . Rishabh created a business for himself in this niche market as an Interior Design Writer and Principal Designer of Rishabh Interiors & Arts ( est. 2013 ) collaborating with his clients to create beautiful living places and working freelance as an Interior Design Writer and Painter is a dream realized for Rishabh .He has held many Art Exhibitions throughout the country.

In the words of Rishabh, “Interior Design is an art & I keep it in that way......a living space is a reflection of one's inner story,easier told in colour & texture than words”. 


" My Art work whether it is a Painting ,Sculpture or a Furniture has life and identity of its own ",  he added.



Visit : www.rishabhinteriors.blogspot.com









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Friday, 19 December 2014

Fashion Pandit





‘Fashion Pandit’ – A guide to fashionable lifestyle and jewels









 
‘Fashion Pandit’ – A guide to fashionable lifestyle and jewels , written by Jewellery Designer and Couturier Swapnil Shukla and published by Swapnil Saundarya Publications.

It is a neat little Paperback, beautifully designed and bound and small enough to slip into a bag without hassle. It only costs Rs.700/- with its insightful and precise information on Fashion, Jewellery and Lifestyle.

Fashionistas and Jewellery Lovers are loving it to keep or for a present and others too are snapping it up at book stores all over India.

So what are you waiting For ??????????

Get exclusive info on Fashion, Jewels and Lifestyle and become a Fashion Pandit . Live beautifully , Stay Fashionable ……….












For press or wholesale enquiries , please e-mail : swapnilsaundarya@gmail.com

Shipping Cost : Rs.150
Pagination : 64
Format : Paper Back, Custom Size
Written by : Swapnil Shukla
Published by : Swapnil Saundarya Publications 

 

Order Now via sending us an e-mail on swapnilsaundarya@gmail.com


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About  the Author : Swapnil Shukla  








Swapnil Shukla is an Indian  Jewellery Designer, Couturier ,Columnist and Artist . She specializes in trends Forecasting, Lifestyle, Fashion, Gemology , Art and Astrology. After graduating from South Delhi Polytechnic for Women , New Delhi ( First with Distinction ) , she studied export management and start working as freelance designer and undertook jewellery design projects.

 She also worked as Design Columnist for many Nationalized Magazines and started the  famous and highly traffic grabber fashion & Lifestyle blog 'Swapnil Saundarya' available in English as well as in Hindi  . Swapnil has also authored a book  ‘Gehne – The Art of wearing Jewellery’.She has launched her own Designer Jewellery brand namely 'Swapnil Jewels & Arts' and now with a desire to add new dimensions to the design and Art industry , she started ' Swapnil Saundarya Label ' with a motive to make everybody's life beautiful and just like their Dream World . 


In the words of Swapnil , "All my designer products  are very close to my heart because all of them are  intricate yet striking, bold yet feminine. They  truly represents the spirit of a woman "


" My  greatest satisfaction is a happy client ", she added.
Nature, Art, Various Cultures, Religion  inspired Swapnil  in designing.


Visit : www.swapniljewels.blogspot.com









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Sunday, 28 September 2014

Voluntary Body Donation










Dear Friends and Lovely Readers !


I have Donated my full Body to ' Yug Dadhichi Deh Daan Sansthan ' to serve the purpose of medical education and scientific studies.

Voluntary Body Donation helps the medical student to learn the relations of human anatomical structures and development of psychomotor skills by dissection. Though with improvement in technology many assisted models have developed in the form of mannequins and simulations, none of these can be a replacement to a realistic cadaver. Each cadaver is like a new source of knowledge as many variations can be identified which could help the clinicians.

Voluntary Body Donation helps the surgeons to experiment innovative surgical skills and procedures in form of cadaver labs, workshops, thus giving them an opportunity to explore in a realistic manner. Another innovation evolved are the cadaver banks like brain banks, skin and vessel bank which are collections of these samples that later can be used for conducting molecular research and cadaver grafting. With all these uses culminating into the service of humanity, body donations are precious gifts to the humankind. With the rising number of medical colleges and scarcity of cadavers Voluntary Body Donation is definitely a savior and a ray of hope for the betterment of medical science ....and , the feeling of contributing something great to society even after death , is such a beautiful experience that can't be express in words ! I can only say :

Live Well  Leave Well  !

- Rishabh  Shukla ........... { feeling Awesome and gratified !!!!! : ) }





        "Even in death do we serve life"
















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Wednesday, 11 June 2014

Art criticism




Art criticism 





Today  I am going to enlighten my blog audience about Art criticism .Criticism and the psychology of art, although independent disciplines, are related to aesthetics. The psychology of art is concerned with such elements of the arts as human responses to color, sound, line, form, and words and with the ways in which the emotions condition such responses. Criticism confines itself to particular works of art, analyzing their structures, meanings, and problems, comparing them with other works, and evaluating them. Before go further , lets understand the meaning of criticism first .
Critisism means :



1.  act of criticizing: a spoken or written opinion or judgment of what is wrong or bad about somebody or something
2.  disapproval: spoken or written opinions that point out one or more faults of somebody or something
3.  assessment of creative work: considered judgment of or discussion about the qualities of something, especially a creative work.

Artists have often had an uneasy relationship with their critics. Artists usually need positive opinions from critics for their work to be viewed and purchased; unfortunately for the artists, only later generations may understand it.


History


Although critiques of art may have its origins in the origins of art itself, art criticism as a genre is credited to have acquired its modern form by the 18th century. The first writer to acquire an individual reputation as an art critic in 18th C. France was  La Font de Saint -Yenne who wrote about the Salon of 1737 and wrote primarily to entertain while including anti-monarchist rhetoric in his prose.

The 18th C. French writer Denis Diderot  is usually credited with the invention of the modern medium of art criticism. Diderot's "The Salon of 1765" was one of the first real attempts to capture art in words. According to art historian Thomas E. Crow , "When Diderot took up art criticism it was on the heels of the first generation of professional writers who made it their business to offer descriptions and judgments of contemporary painting and sculpture. The demand for such commentary was a product of the similarly novel institution of regular, free, public exhibitions of the latest art."

A dominating figure in 19th century art criticism was French poet Charles Baudelaire, whose first published work was his art review Salon of 1845, which attracted immediate attention for its boldness. Many of his critical opinions were novel in their time, including his championing of Eugene Delacroix and Gustava Courbet . When Edouard Manet's famous Olympia(1865), a portrait of a nude courtesan, provoked a scandal for its blatant realism, Baudelaire worked privately to support his friend.


Today

Art critics today work not only in print media-in specialist art magazines as well as newspapers, but also on the internet, on TV and on radio, and in museums and galleries. Many are also employed in universities or as art educators for museums. Art critics curate exhibitions and are frequently employed to write exhibition catalogues. Art critics have their own organisation, a UNESCO non-governmental organisation, called the International Association of Art Critics  which has around 76 national sections and a political non-aligned section for refugees and exiles .


Art Blogs

Since in the early 21st century, online art critical websites and art blogs have cropped up around the world to add their voices to the art world. Some notable art blogs and art blog writers who have focused on art criticism include Art fag city , Art Critical, Neoteric Art, James Wagner, Fallon and Rosof, CultureGrrl, Edward Winkleman's blog, Sharon Butler's Two Coats of Paint, The James Kalm  Report, Sharkforum  blog, Wooster Collective blog, Brian Sherwin's writing on Myartspace and FineArtViews, Hrag Vartanian & Hyperallergic, Tyler Green's Modern Art Notes, Mat Gleason's Coagula Art Journal and Jerry Saltz . Many of these writers use social media resources like Facebook , Twitter and Google+ to introduce readers to their opinions about art criticism.



























- Rishabh Shukla



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