Ancient Greece: The Beginnings of Outdoor Statue Design
Historically|Traditionally|In the past}, the vast majority of sculptors were paid by the temples to embellish the involved pillars and archways with renderings of the gods, but as the period came to a close it grew to be more common for sculptors to present ordinary people as well because many Greeks had begun to think of their... read more

Fountains Hydro-statics for Dummies
All liquids in a state of equilibrium exert energy on the materials it comes in contact with. There exist two types of force, hydrostatic energies and external forces. The liquid applies the very same amount of force to the varied spots that it comes in contact with, provided that the surface is standard. All points on an object’s surface are affected by... read more

"Primitive" Greek Artwork: Large Statuary
The first freestanding sculpture was developed by the Archaic Greeks, a distinguished accomplishment since until then the sole carvings in existence were reliefs cut into walls and pillars. Kouros figures, sculptures of young, attractive male or female (kore) Greeks, made up the majority of the sculptures. The kouroi were believed by the Greeks to represent beauty and were sculpted with one foot leading and an uncompromising stiffness to... read more

How Much Do Pets Benefit from Water Features
House pets may be dubious of a new water feature so be certain to take them into consideration before buying one. Your pet dog could think that your freestanding fountain resembles a large pond to drink from or a pool in which to swim. Consider fitting a water element in your yard since it is a feature that will affect your much loved pets positively. Give some thought to... read more

The Advantages of Solar Powered Garden Fountains
One way to produce a cooling effect is to fan clean, dry air across them. Using the ceiling fan or air from a corner of the room can help to optimize circulation. It is crucial to ensure that air is always blowing over the top of the water. Cool, fresh air is one of the natural byproducts of fountains and waterfalls. The sudden chill we feel is normal when we come near a big public fountain or a... read more

The Rewards of Interior Wall Water Fountains
If you are searching for a water wall that best suits your families’ needs think about one of the many types available including a mounted waterfall, a stand-alone water feature or a custom-built fountain. Adding a fountain in a central room, according to some reports, seems to make people happier, more content, and calm than people who do not have one. read more

An Introductory Guide to Herbs in The Garden
Some gardeners are drawn to natural herbs which can easily be grown inside the house and out and are ideal in a variety of cooking methods. They're effortless to grow inside the house or out, and offer instantaneous gratification when used in marinades, various recipes, sauces and soups. Herbs are very easy to maintain and often do not... read more

Installation of a Fountain In Smaller Gardens
Water just blends into the greenery in your backyard. Ponds, man-made rivers, or fountains are just some of the ways you can you can make it become the focal feature on your property. The versatility of water features is that they can be set up in large backyards as well as in small verandas. The best way to perfect the atmosphere, place it in a good place and use the right accompaniments. read more

Water-lifting System by Camillo Agrippa
Regrettably, Agrippa’s wonderful design for lifting water wasn’t discussed much after 1588, when Andrea Bacci acclaimed it publicly. It may have come to be outdated when the Villa Medici was set to get water from the Acqua Felice, the early contemporary channel, in 1592. Even though it’s more likely that it was essentially discarded when Ferdinando ceded his cardinalship and returned back to Florence, securing his position as the Grand Duke of Tuscany, after the... read more

Bernini's Outdoor Fountains
There are countless celebrated water fountains in Rome’s city center. One of the greatest sculptors and artists of the 17th century, Gian Lorenzo Bernini designed, created and built nearly all of them. His skills as a water fountain designer and also as a city architect, are visible all through the avenues of Rome. To completely express their artwork, primarily in the form of community water features and water features, Bernini's father, a celebrated Florentine sculptor, guided his... read more