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Earth Art
Works created in and from nature are not limited to lost civilizations or pre-historic times with hand-stenciled Indonesian limestone cave art dating back 40,000 years on the island of Sulawesi, or animal images etched into stone at the Foz Coa archeological site in Portugal, and hand prints in the El Castillo cave in northern Spain.Read More >









Confessions of an Academic Ghost-Writer


Yellowstone of the Alps


Siena's Little Sistine Chapel


Earth Art


The Rime of the Ancient Mariner


US Olympian Helps Guinean Girls Jump Ahead


Paul Simon Speaks About His Career and the Role of Art in Society


A Tale of Two Parties in Nigeria's Elections


















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