LaMonte uses the dress as a sculptural form and metaphorical symbol to examine space and art and to reinterpret the tradition of draping and adorning
the human form to convey notions of prestige and wealth.
As a result, suppliers have had success adorning
their products with licensed images of television and movie cartoon characters.
Boutique hotels such as the 90-room, four-star Boston (www.hotelbostontorino.it) offer visitors a Soho vibe with contemporary art adorning
public spaces and guest rooms.
The current custom of adorning
the painting dates back to the second half of the 17th century.
We may need an arena, a theatre or a museum, but that is building with a small ``b'' and just adorning
a present need.
the city's harbour facade, these aerial structures that surrounded the north-eastern side of the bay provided expansive, spectacular views of ships returning from across the sea; a tradition recently reinterpreted by local architect Tomas Carranza in his design for this new and contemporary attic storey.
Coming in from the bright sunlight, a woman kneels before an altar in the dimness of the church; she has lit a small candle, and with many other small candles the light is reflected off glinting fabrics and jewels adorning
the statue of the Mother of God.
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Set designer Debby Lee Coben dresses the stage first with fragments of Greek columns, then renders a heaven out of cheap disposables: pop bottle leaves on spindly trees, plastic vines and pinwheel flowers adorning
a chain-link fence footlighted by gallon-jug lamps.
FASHION-CONSCIOUS women are adorning
the back ends of a fleet of buses.
The book's six sections are "Technologies," "Shelter and Subsistence," "Transportation," "Hunting, Warfare, and Sport," "Art and Science," and "Adorning
the Person." Inventions profiled include food preservation by Ice Age people some 14,000 years ago, thanks to the permafrost; stone architecture, which probably began as walls around the town of Jericho; and music, perhaps originated when a bone was turned into a wind instrument 40,000 to 60,000 years ago.
Personally supervising the welding of the steel, its means of assembly and the painting process with the same care she would exercise in her own workshop, her sculptural bridge resembles jewellery adorning
the landscape, in the same way that jewellery graces and enhances the human body.