(sur 'kli' vizn) n. an innovative form of art introduced in 1985 that uses circles or other similar shapes to invoke a style of beauty. The application of circles being made by oils, acrylic, computer or pencil using either a brush, keyboard, or pencil onto masonite, canvas, or even digitally. The circles not only enhances an image, but also delineates and focuses the eye on the positive and negative spaces that at times may or may not reveal a pattern or secret form. See Circlism.
The Artist had the circlivision when he finished his very innovative painting using the technique of Circlism.
(tee-cher) n. 1) Provider of knowledge and insight. 2) Mentor. 3) One who inspires, motivates and opens up minds to the endless possibilities of which one can achieve. 4) One who makes a positive difference in the lives of many. 5) One who is admired, appreciated and held in the highest esteem. ie: Patricia Stresino
Teachers plant seeds that grow forever.