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An inspiration and resource for educators and aspiring connoisseurs of art!
What an elegantly designed application. My thought roll as effortlessly as the wheels of art and artists and themes. The organizing principle feels organic. The voices and image add layers of meaning and interest. I almost want more sounds, vibrations, even, like a video game. I want a section with public domain images and more content. This application exposes me to art I would not otherwise view. Rotation is an issue, however. Some images would be view better if I could rotate them. Themes to consider: Morning, Afternoon, and Evening collections. The wonder of technology allows me to experience a piece exactly when I need it. Great job!
QueenMoma on Aug 2, 2012 for artCircles
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Enjoyable, inspiring art collection but there is room for growth
mariecusa on Aug 1, 2012 for artCircles
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Pammer2 on Jul 30, 2012 for artCircles
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Stimulating!
Seeing the creative interests of fascinating people opens my eyes to things I would otherwise overlook. This is my favorite app.
wankellGH on Jul 29, 2012 for artCircles
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Love it!
I love having a gallery at my fingertips, so I was glad to see they are adding circles. Would love to see a circle organized by artist.
Travel4art on Jul 28, 2012 for artCircles
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Wonderful!
I thoroughly enjoy this ap. it is like spending the day at the museum but you never leave the comfort of your chair.
Tony Prado on Jul 28, 2012 for artCircles
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