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jelenavasiljevic:

My entry for this year’s “Bears- in honor of spring” exhibition.Oil pastel on canvas board.

jelenavasiljevic:

My entry for this year’s “Bears- in honor of spring” exhibition.
Oil pastel on canvas board.

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pokemean:

youngharlemshawty:

World Population : 7,810,521,683 

just in case somebody start feelin too important

7,810,521,682 and me

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artpedia:

Ara Pacis Augustae (Altar of Augustan Peace), July 4, 13 B.C.E. Marble. Museo dell’Ara Pacis, Rome

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Flower Pot Cookies | The Gunny Sack
How sweet are these?! And so easy to create, which is even better! Perfect for a birthday party or an Easter lunch, the base is made from pre-made cookie dough and is filled with chocolate ganache and topped with oreos. So not ony are they pretty but tasty sounding too!

Flower Pot Cookies | The Gunny Sack

How sweet are these?! And so easy to create, which is even better! Perfect for a birthday party or an Easter lunch, the base is made from pre-made cookie dough and is filled with chocolate ganache and topped with oreos. So not ony are they pretty but tasty sounding too!

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americansongwriter:

Check Out These Never Before Seen Photos Of Carole King
On June 9, 1959, a young Carole King made her way to RCA’s Studio B in New York City to record the songs “Short-Mort” and “Queen of the Beach.” She was 17 at the time. She co-wrote those tunes with her partner, Gerry Goffin, who was present at the session, along with publisher Al Nevins and a young “Jerry Landis,” a.k.a. Paul Simon. That’s him on guitar in the checked shirt.
A number of recordings from this era found their way onto 2012′s Legendary Demos, which also features hits like “Natural Woman” and “You’ve Got A Friend.”
This period of King’s life is captured wonderfully in Beautiful: The Carole King Musical, which is currently earning raves on Broadway. The Wall Street Journal called the musical “out of control amazing,” which sounds about right.
VIEW THE GALLERY
Photos courtesy of Sony Music Entertainment Archive.

americansongwriter:

Check Out These Never Before Seen Photos Of Carole King

On June 9, 1959, a young Carole King made her way to RCA’s Studio B in New York City to record the songs “Short-Mort” and “Queen of the Beach.” She was 17 at the time. She co-wrote those tunes with her partner, Gerry Goffin, who was present at the session, along with publisher Al Nevins and a young “Jerry Landis,” a.k.a. Paul Simon. That’s him on guitar in the checked shirt.

A number of recordings from this era found their way onto 2012′s Legendary Demos, which also features hits like “Natural Woman” and “You’ve Got A Friend.”

This period of King’s life is captured wonderfully in Beautiful: The Carole King Musical, which is currently earning raves on Broadway. The Wall Street Journal called the musical “out of control amazing,” which sounds about right.

VIEW THE GALLERY

Photos courtesy of Sony Music Entertainment Archive.

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