Items from the estates of Texas icons Jimmy Musselman and Onesia Rigney will be auctioned online, September 11th-12th

Oil on panel marine painting by Edward Potthast (1857-1927), titled Blue Boats (circa 1920s), signed, in a 14 ¼ inch by 12 ¼ inch frame.

Oil on panel marine painting by Edward Potthast (1857-1927), titled Blue Boats (circa 1920s), signed lower right and nicely housed in a 14 ¼ inch by 12 ¼ inch frame.

Spectacular Elizabeth Gage pearl and gold necklace, 55 inches long, with baroque South Sea pearls set in heavy molten 18kt gold shell caps to each end.

Spectacular Elizabeth Gage pearl and gold necklace, 55 inches long, with baroque South Sea pearls set in heavy molten 18kt gold shell caps to each end and polished gold jump-rings.

Exceptional French roll-top desk by Henry Dasson, with detailed cast gilt bronze mounts, reticulated gallery and a tooled leather writing surface.

Exceptional French roll-top desk by Henry Dasson, with detailed cast gilt bronze mounts, reticulated gallery and a tooled leather writing surface, stamped “Henry Dasson 1889”.

Monumental chandelier made from rock crystal and cut crystal prisms, 7 feet tall.

Monumental, 7-foot-tall by 5-foot-wide chandelier made from rock crystal and cut crystal prisms.

Exquisitely detailed, 19th century Italian marble statue of a young fisherman, signed on the base “Sol Corelli, Firenze” (Florence), 46 ¼ inches tall.

Exquisitely detailed, 19th century Italian marble statue of a young fisherman, signed on the base “Sol Corelli, Firenze” (Florence), 46 ¼ inches tall, with all fingers and toes intact.

Fine consignments from other estates and collections will also be featured – nearly 1,000 quality lots in all. Start times both days will be 10 am Central time.

Mr. Musselman has a knack for finding oil, and he found accidental celebrity when he starred in the movie Big Men. We are honored to be selling the contents of his Dallas mansion home in the auction.”

— Julie Garrett VanDolen

DALLAS, TX, UNITED STATES, August 31, 2021 / — Two important Dallas estates, plus other fine consignments in a wide variety of categories, will come up for bid in a two-day, online and absentee-only auction planned for the weekend of September 11th and 12th by J. Garrett Auctioneers, based in Dallas. Start times both days will be 10 am Central time. Nearly 1,000 quality lots will come up for bid in the two days.

Headlining the auction is the collection of oil magnate Jimmy Musselman. “Mr. Musselman has a knack for finding oil, and he found accidental celebrity when he starred in the movie Big Men, produced by Bratt Pitt,” said Julie Garrett VanDolen, an officer with J. Garrett Auctioneers. “We are honored and privileged to be selling the contents of his Dallas mansion home in the auction.”

The other major estate is that of Onesia Rigney (1940-2020), the renowned interior designer whose husband, the late Frank Rigney, founded Anderson’s Furniture in Dallas in the 1960s. “Ms. Rigney was known for her timeless interiors and for maintaining a portfolio of classical traditional design,” VanDolen said. “We are pleased to offer the contents of her Dallas home.”

Onesia Rigney graduated from Southern Methodist University with a concentration in Interior Design. She was hired as a trainee designer by Anderson's Studio and was elevated to developing residential and commercial clients. In 1976 she married Frank Rigney and carried on his family business. Ms. Rigney was a member of the American Association of Interior Designers (ASID).

The auction will feature important 19th century oil paintings, a large collection of rose famille porcelain, Reed and Barton Francis I and other fine silver, two pristine Lalique Bacchantes bowls, a Steinway piano, a pair of cloisonné pagodas, rubies and diamonds and designer jewelry by names such as Cartier, Gurhan, Kurt Wayne and Tiffany, plus wonderful decorative items.

Day 1 highlights will feature an oil on panel marine painting by Edward Potthast (1857-1927), titled Blue Boats (circa 1920s), signed lower right and nicely housed in a 14 ¼ inch by 12 ¼ inch frame; and a large, early-to-mid-20th century Italian oil on canvas landscape, signed lower right Belle Firenze (Beautiful Florence), impressive at 47 ¼ inches by 71 ¼ inches (sight, less frame).

Gorgeous French furniture will be offered in abundance, to include these expected star lots:

• An exceptional roll-top desk by Henry Dasson, with detailed cast gilt bronze mounts, reticulated gallery and a tooled leather writing surface, stamped “Henry Dasson 1889”.
• A nice pair of 19th century carved walnut bergères (armchairs having an unusually low and deep seat, with cane woven back and sides), boasting custom designer upholstery.
• An early 20th century parcel gilt settee, with custom chinoiserie motif upholstery and bolsters, 72 inches wide and 42 ½ inches tall.

An exquisitely detailed, 19th century Italian marble statue of a young fisherman, signed on the base “Sol Corelli, Firenze” (Florence), stands 46 ¼ inches tall, with all fingers and toes intact. Also sold will be a 19th century French bronze and marble jardiniere centerpiece featuring cherubs and horses with a fish form base, previously used outdoors and 15 inches in height.

Fine jewelry will be offered across both auction days. Expected Day 1 top performers include an 18kt gold diamond necklace with 136 diamonds weighing over 20 carats, 18 inches long (over $120,000 retail); and a GIA-certified tanzanite pendant on a 17-inch platinum chain, tanzanite surrounded by diamonds to comprise a pendant with diamond bail (estimated $80,000 retail).

On to Day 2, where jewelry will also be in the spotlight, with a spectacular Elizabeth Gage pearl and gold necklace, 55 inches long, with baroque South Sea pearls set in heavy molten 18kt gold shell caps to each end and polished gold jump-rings (retail over $160,000) and a pair of diamond solitaire stud earrings, about 3 carats each set in platinum with screw backs (over $86,000 retail).

A 7-piece Reed and Barton sterling tea service in the Francis I pattern includes a coffee pot, a teapot, a kettle on a stand, a covered sugar bowl, a cream pitcher, a waste bowl and serving tray, circa 19341-1949, weighing about 361 troy oz. Also offered will be a monumental, 7-foot-tall by 5-foot-wide chandelier made from rock crystal and cut crystal prisms.

From France comes a rare, custom-made and stenciled Louis Vuitton trunk, with the original label affixed and all hardware present, plus the original interior tray and one key, all in very good condition; and a 19th century Louis XVI style bronze mounted mahogany vitrine, 88 ½ inches tall by 36 inches wide, the interior glass shelves 25 inches in diameter, the cabinet fitted with a light.

Asian lots on Day 2 will feature a Chinese cloisonné brazier in pagoda form resting on a tripodal imperial Nara deer base, on a pedestal, 52 inches tall, including the 8 ½ inch tall 20th century pedestal; and a monumental early 20th century Chinese lacquer floor screen depicting a large town scene flanked by dragons and town scenes verso, each panel 111 ¼ inches by 21 ½ inches.

Online bidding will be facilitated by the popular bidding platforms and, with phone and absentee bids also accepted. In-person previews will be held on September 9th and 10th, from 10-5 Central time each day and the jewelry on display from 10-3 each day. Appointments will be held in the J. Garrett Auctioneers gallery at 9203 Diplomacy Row in Dallas. COVID-19 protocols will be strictly enforced; masks are required at all times.

J. Garrett Auctioneers, Ltd. is a full-service auction company with over fifty years’ combined auction experience in the antiques field. The firm specializes in estate auctions and works with private individuals, trust and estate attorneys and family executors to offer a comprehensive approach to all aspects concerning an auction. J. Garrett also purchases entire estates outright.

J. Garrett Auctioneers utilizes the latest Internet technology to promote sales to a live and online worldwide audience of qualified buyers. The firm is always seeking quality consignments for future auctions. Interested parties can fill out a form online, or they can call 214-943-7801 for a free, no-obligation assessment; or, they can send an email to

To learn more about J. Garrett Auctioneers and the two-day, online-only auction on September 11th and 12th featuring the Jimmy Musselman and Onesia Rigney estates, starting at 10 am Central time both days, please visit Updates are posted frequently.

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Psychic Website Explains 5 Reasons To Trust A Reading For The First Time

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Never Call A Psychic Reader A Liar

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Psychics Want To Help People Everyday

Trusting A Psychic Takes Trial and Error Over Time

Trusting A Psychic Takes Time and Practice”

— A Psychic Should Earn Your Trust

NEW YORK, NY, USA, August 31, 2021 / — has written new content on why is believes that a psychic should be trusted. They write that a psychic should be trusted for the first time because most clairvoyants are spiritual people. They believe that they were born with a gift for helping men and women using their sixth sense.

Second, psychics often believe that their sole purpose in life is to help someone with their problems. It is not easy to listen to a person explaining their troubles to someone says blogger Twin Flame Writer of Even if a clairvoyant’s predictions are not 100% correct, the fact that they want to help someone says a lot about being a loving human being.

Third, psychics are often giving more free psychic readings than paid ones. Today, the internet makes it easy for anyone to connect with a psychic reader online. Most psychic companies today are giving free offers to new customers says the writer. This means that a spiritual adviser often gives free advice without pay. It is not only about the money for most psychics.

Fourth, psychic readers today want to help someone to find their soulmate. It is their hearts desire for someone to find love. Nearly 75% of all psychic readings have to do with love.

A fifth reason is because clairvoyants believe in helping a stranger. Most of their psychic readings are given to people that they have never met before. The fact that they are willing to help someone that they do not even know says a lot about their nature as a person. says that psychic readings today offer a glimpse into another person’s life. When a psychic reader sees the future for someone, they tell them what they see. Good or bad, most clairvoyants want to communicate to a man or woman what they see coming up for them in terms of love and money.

Twin Flame Writer believes that life is hard enough to walk through without psychic advice. Clairvoyants give people hope and something to look forward to. It is true that they are known for being entertainment purposes only. However, most psychics take their work seriously and do not want to come across as being “fake”.

Putting your trust in a reader means that someone is not trying to call them a liar says the author. Some clients make the mistake of thinking that clairvoyants are just out to get them. Perhaps take their money. However, this happens in almost every profession.

It is never a good idea to call someone a liar that someone does not even know. Psychics are no different. It is best to trust the clairvoyant’s words to see if they are accurate and come to pass. If the words to not come to pass, perhaps they had an off day or are not seeing accurately. However, this does not make them a bad person.

The art of reading people takes years of practice. Even veteran psychics will tell you that they do not always see things as clearly as they would like. The psychic gift is something that is both born and made when practiced enough.

Author Twin Flame Writer has seen a lot of psychics helping people over the years. She enjoys watching the smiles on people’s faces when they have felt helped and assisted by a spiritual adviser. Spiritual advice often takes time and a lot of practice.

Trusting a psychic reader is hard because a person has to be able to figure out who is not going to say anything bad about them behind their back. The good news is that speaking to a psychic over the telephone or chat means that they have no idea who the customer is.

Clients often wonder if the spiritual adviser is only telling them something that they want to hear. It is understandable to feel this way since a lot of people would do this in order to make money. However, most psychics are not out to take a person’s money. In fact, most spiritual advisers genuinely want to help people.

According to, the psychic reading is becoming more popular because of the connections that most people have with the spirit world. Most everyone wants to know what the future is going to have in store for them. Most people do not want to waste their time with things that are not important.

Twin Flame Writer believes that trust is built over time. Once someone gets used to getting regular readings with a clairvoyant, they are more prone to trusting them. Trust has to be earned over time through trial and error.

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Indie Film Composer Releases First Full Length With Southern Americana Outfit Once Great Estate

"Even The Undertaker" is the first album release from Florida-based Tracy Horenbein and Once Great Estate. Horenbein also records under the moniker, Tracy Chow.

TALLAHASSEE, FL, USA, August 31, 2021 / — Tallahassee, Florida natives Once Great Estate are thrilled to share with you the release of their first full-length album, "Even The Undertaker." As a follow-up of the widely successful EP, "Saint Augustine," "Even The Undertaker" seeks to build off this momentum and put northern Florida music on the national radar. Featuring a dynamic blend of instrumentation, "Even The Undertaker" pulls traditional folk, and country stylings with a contemporary vibe suitable to today's music pulse. Highlighting this diverse complement of sounds, vocalist/guitarist Tracy Horenbein utilizes a rich harmonization of Southern twang, coupled with a majestic vocal range to grab the attention of the listener and push the envelope of what the Americana genre can truly deliver. Once Great Estate also features bassist, Jeffrey Chagnon, guitarist/mandolin player F. Matthew Burns, fiddle player/guitarist Christopher Ash, and drummer Steve Burke rounding out the assemblage of high skilled and professional musicians focusing on entertaining and challenging their audiences.

"Even The Undertaker" is an eight-track offering featuring newly recorded material, which adds nicely to the growing catalog of released single and aforementioned EP. A full-length journey into the themes of belonging, love, conflict, and resolve, "Even The Undertaker" employs a colorful narrative to tell vast stories of the Southern region while executing rich metaphors to engage the listener.

Looking to showcase this new material, Once Great Estate will be performing across the state of Florida, while ever branching forward. Normally an electrified 5-piece, they occasionally perform quieter acoustic shows in more intimate listening rooms. Amped up or traditional, the heartfelt, thoughtful songwriting and musicianship comes through in each performance.

When Tracy Horenbein is not performing with Once Great Estate, she is composing ambient music under the moniker Tracy Chow. Her instrumental compositions have been featured in numerous documentaries and independent films, as well as meditation and yoga compilations. She was also featured in The Guardian magazine Folk Album of the Month for May 2021, for her solo singer-songwriter work on the Slow Movement Label's folk compilation "Future Folk". She also manages the Neve based recording studio Indianhead Factory in Tallahassee, Florida with her husband.

Instagram: @tracy_at_if

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Table Soccer Challenge v1.0

Table Soccer Challenge title screen

Table Soccer Challenge title screen

Table Soccer Challenge 2 player

Table Soccer Challenge 2 player

Table Soccer Challenge icon

Table Soccer Challenge icon

Table Soccer Challenge v1.0

DALLAS, TX, USA, August 31, 2021 / — / — Magnin & Associates today introduces their new game, Table Soccer Challenge, available on iPhone, Android, Windows 10 PC and Xbox.

An electronic version of the classic arcade table soccer game., with on screen controls that allow you to move the rods with your players up / down, and to twist to kick to pass or shoot.

Contains Help pages, a Tutorial, and a single team player Practice mode.

Two player mode allows playing a human opponent on the same tablet screen.

Challenging AI with several difficulty levels, and a built-in 8 team tournament mode.

Optionally shares your accomplishments via email, or text messaging (iOS, Android, and PC).

The iOS version is a Universal App which means it supports iPhone, iPod Touch, and iPad, including standard, Retina, and iPhone X displays. The Android version runs on most popular Android phones and tablets. The Windows version runs on Windows 10 PC with mouse, keyboard, or up to two Xbox controllers. It also runs on the Xbox with up to two controllers.

The game was produced by Ed Magnin, programmed by Willie Johnson, Jr. Matt Campana created the music and sound effects.. Patrick Hicks was responsible for QA on iPhone and iPad. Angel Hernandez was responsible for Android QA.. Angel Hernandez attends Dallas College Richland Campus through the Dallas ISD, Conrad H-TECH game dev program.

According to Ed Magnin, "Who hasn't played this kind of soccer table game? Now you can take it with you to play anywhere!"

Device Requirements (iOS):
* Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
* Requires iOS 11.0 or later.
* Universal App (includes Standard, Retina, and iPhone X and XS displays)
* 38.2 MB
* Rated 4+

Pricing and Availability:
Table Soccer Challenge 1.0 is $3.99 USD (or an equivalent amount in other currencies) and available worldwide through the App Store in the Sports category for iPhone and iPad,. An Android version is available from both Google Play and the Amazon AppStore. A Windows 10 PC and Xbox version is available from the Windows Store.

For more information, please contact Ed Magnin.


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UNIQUE ORIGINAL of “Gazing Still” by Igor Vasiliadis offered as UNLOCKABLE to NFT

"Gazing Still" by Igor vasiliadis

“Gazing Still” Collodion Wet Plate on metal by Igor Vasiliadis

Igor Vasiliadis

Igor Vasiliadis

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“Gazing Still” stamped/signed on torso of Metal Plate original

Art market bestseller – Original collodion wet plate on metal "Gazing Still" and it’s printable HiRez scan are available as NFT token addendums

NEW YORK, NEW YORK, USA, August 31, 2021 / — Unique Art collecting and Investment opportunity combining ever-growing Art market pricing and all advantages of Crypto & NFT potential is available for purchase. From now on to get one and only wet plate collodion original on metal and original HiRez scan (1/1) of "Gazing Still" you just have to unlock added content to NFT token minted on OpenSea platform.

Prints of this world-famous art bestseller are exhibited in hundreds of art galleries all around the world. This mystical, meditative artistic image showing gorgeous @stepankovskaya_sveta – Miss Russia and famous actress is made using 19th century authentic technology using 8×10 inches camera and optics proved by centuries. Pure sculptural beauty frozen with long exposure arise to antique esthetics.

This is one of the first cases when world renowned art is represented depending on clearness and reliability of crypto NFT data. It is marking important step in revolutionizing of nowadays Art market.

About the Artist:
More than 400 art boutiques represent works of Igor Vasiliadis in Europe, U.S., Japan, China and other countries and regions.
There are numerous publications enlightening Igor Vasiliadis’s art in the art magazines in Germany, France, UK, Italy, USA, China, Spain, Greece, Russia, Czech republic, Serbia and other countries.

Igor Vasiliadis has shot more than 200 magazine covers and above 300 fashion stories for Vogue, Elle, Marie Claire, L’Officiel, Esquire, Wallpaper magazine, AMICA (Italy), ZiNC (USA), Flair (Italy) and other.

Igor Vasiliadis QUOTE "I love the equipment and technologies, which were proven by centuries of practice, those employing long exposures. This allows model’s soul to break out from the momentary world of emotions and appear in all of its multifaceted beauty. Dark tonality, artifacts of drying emulsion and all the mystics brought by silver and cyanides create the world of mystery, covered from our eyes by temporary and momentary emotions. They can be seen only during rear momentary lapses of reason, when we drop out of reality”.

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PetDine Takes Lead Position in Upcycled Food Movement

PetDine Logo

PetDine Logo

Color photo of a variety of of fruits, vegetables, proteins, grains and more

PetDine leads out in providing high quality, nutritious pet supplements from upcycled foods and helping client brands be more sustainably responsible.

Process Empowers PetDine Clients and Consumers to Positively Impact Climate Change

PetDine foresees the demand for upcycled products outpacing other categories, such as organic, because the use of upcycled ingredients has an immediate positive impact on the world’s food system. ”

— Preston Munsch, PetDine CEO

FORT COLLINS, COLORADO, UNITED STATES, August 31, 2021 / — PetDine, a leading manufacturer of private-label pet products, has furthered its commitment to a healthier future for pets, people and the planet by helping client brands achieve upcycled food certification through Upcycle Food Association (UFA). UFA is a nonprofit focused on preventing food waste by growing the upcycled food economy. Through PetDine’s pet industry leadership and membership with UFA, the company can help clients navigate the process of earning upcycled certification for their pet products and contribute to a more sustainable pet food system.

“PetDine foresees the importance and demand for upcycled products outpacing other categories, such as organic and natural, because the use of upcycled ingredients has an immediate positive impact on the world’s food system,” said Preston Munsch, PetDine CEO. “Upcycled foods are value-added products that consumers want. PetDine is equipped to help clients achieve upcycled certification, which provides them even greater pet product development opportunities for a consumer base calling for brands to be more sustainably responsible.”

PetDine’s UFA partnership is a major tactical step in accomplishing goals outlined in the company’s recently released Sustainability Statement, which states: Everything we do is for the health of pets. That is why we are committed to protecting the planet we share by increasing our efforts toward a sustainable future. Through innovation, engineering and consultation, we are advancing sustainability operationally and teaming up with our clients to multiply global impact. We have an opportunity to make a change, and it is our responsibility to reduce our “pawprint” continuously.

As defined by UFA, upcycled foods use ingredients that otherwise would not have gone to human consumption, are procured and produced using verifiable supply chains and have a positive impact on the environment. UFA has set the standard for a program that verifies the upcycled certification process. UFA certification compliance has become one of the key requirements for upcycled products getting onto store shelves.

“UFA has estimated that 30 percent of food grown each year goes to waste, which is around 62.5 million tons,” said Amelia Den Boer, PetDine’s Sustainability Manager. “More consumers are pushing towards a sustainable food system and are willing to spend extra on sustainable pet products, with at least 57 percent of consumers actively looking to purchase more upcycled food. This partnership is about doing more with less and creating high quality, nutritious pet supplements out of the nutrients that often slip through the cracks of our food system.”

Reducing food waste is considered the single greatest solution to climate change. Globally, we lose around $1 trillion per year on food that is wasted or lost. Upcycled food captures that value and leverages it to create a sustainable and resilient food system. UFA is building a food system in which all food is elevated to its highest and best use. By working with UFA, PetDine is helping to prevent food waste and empower millions of consumers to prevent climate change with the products they buy.

For more information on PetDine’s partnership with Upcycled Food Association and how it will impact pet product manufacturing, contact Justin Boling at 970.692.6134 or More on PetDine’s Sustainability Mission can be found by visiting Additional information about PetDine can be found at

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Multicultural Children Represented in New Children’s Book Series

Front and back cover of The Sandbox A Story of Sharing and Caring

Author, Carolyn Furlow

Co- Author, Amelia Furlow

Our children's book series offers enjoyable ways for parents, teachers and community members to educate our young children.

The world is a visible melting pot of beautiful children across the globe. Our stories reflect their presence and fosters acceptance and respect for differences.”

— Carolyn Furlow

LAS VEGAS, NV, UNITED STATES, August 31, 2021 / —
Introducing “The Sandbox, A Story of Sharing and Caring,” the second book of the series written by mother and daughter, Carolyn Furlow and Amelia Furlow.

In a spirit of love and high regard for all children, Carolyn and Amelia Furlow have created a series of stories which speaks to all children and allows them to feel connected to the stories they read in classrooms and at home.
“As a teacher I have experienced first-hand the faces of isolation on students who feel disconnected to the lessons and reading materials in their classrooms”.

This statement explains Carolyn Furlow's motive as author of the new children's book series, "The Sandbox Series,” which she has written with her daughter Amelia Furlow.

“The world is a visible melting pot of beautiful children across the globe. Our stories reflect their presence and fosters acceptance and respect for differences”, they explained.

Carolyn Furlow received a Master of Arts degree in Creative Writing. “As a teacher, and mother of three and grandmother to one, I have discovered that children are more likely to excel in their education when they read and identify with characters that look like them. The Sandbox is meant to celebrate the differences of all people,” she mentions.

Amelia Furlow who is a Marriage and Family Therapy Intern (MFTI) says she recognizes a need for more diverse stories to be told within children’s books which is why she collaborated with her mother, Carolyn Furlow, to create a series that highlights the similarities as well as the individuality of human beings.

“Concepts at the beginning of a life can carry through a person’s lifetime. That is why it is critical to address simple messages of kindness and respect on the onset of children’s development,” says, Amelia Furlow.
Ana Lilia Cruz Hollingsworth, the winner of two Emmy Awards, states,
“Inclusion and respect for others should be a natural habit in our homes, and as parents we have an obligation to show our children the incredible richness of differences from their first years of life, and these books share this beautiful message.”

The first book of the series, “The Sandbox, A Story of Inclusion and Celebrating Differences,” was met with exceptional sales from all over the world!

The second book of the series, “The Sandbox, A Story of Sharing and Caring,” is available now through Amazon and Ingram as well as other outlets.

The third book of the series, “The Sandbox, You Are Who You Say You Are,” will be available in September.
The Sandbox is available in Print and Digital formats. Visit for more information.

Carolyn C Furlow
Diverse Dimensions
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Dominiqart: The Definition of Sustainability Art

Dominiqart Boards

Dominiqart Boards

Dominiqart and Sustainability Art

SARASOTA, FLORIDA, UNITED STATES, August 30, 2021 / — Dominika Zabczyk has been involved with art for quite a while, but once she connected with sustainability artwork, a whole lot of things started making real sense. Why consume and create when one can reutilize and create just as well? As much as art was originally based on awareness of what was possible for Dominika, sustainability art has come a step further in the evolution of her work, particularly in pushing the boundaries of creativity.

Sustainability art is fluid and doesn’t exist by one particular static definition alone, Dominika Zabczyk notes. While some artwork clearly focuses on messaging, particularly about the treatment of the natural environment, Dominika Zabczyk regularly sees other forms of sustainability artwork that have no messaging whatsoever but instead utilizes what already existed for another purpose and form prior to their presentation now. Whether it’s repurposing, recycling, conservation, or others, the point of sustainability art, as Dominika Zabczyk sees it, focuses primarily on squeezing more out of what already exists before consuming something new.

Most people think of art in singular formats. Painters paint, musicians play, photographers photograph, and sculptors carve. However, the world of art goes far beyond singular categories of creativity translation. Dominika Zabczyk notes that the most dynamic artwork today is holistic and integrating, the kind of style that sustainability art easily finds a comfortable home in. More interesting, sustainability art is not a new trend. In fact, many artists have used it for centuries when they were short on supplies, resources, muses, or more. Necessity drives energy and creativity under pressure, and some of the most interesting sustainability art that Dominika Zabczyk has seen has been produced through in-the-moment pushes.

Developing her own style with the moniker, Dominiqart, Dominika Zabczyk has regularly worked as a Sarasota artist to embrace sustainability art in her own creations and materials. At first, it was predictable, message-oriented, and formulaic. However, once Dominika began to delve deeper into her possibilities, the concept of sustainability art creation has become far more than just ingredients mixed in a certain manner for expected output. Instead, it works as a catalyst, pushing an artist to go farther with the same, to reconnect and reconstitute for another meaning, purpose, and development than just accepting the finality of an object in its last form. And, in turn, the artwork then achieves the fundamental purpose of sustainability, extending the time and utility of the artwork material longer. This is the very nature of sustainability art that Dominika Zabczyk has learned and become in her own Sarasota artist work product over time.

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PETITION to SHARK TANK: Is this the Season we see a Wheelchair roll out on the Carpet?

Ken Vantroba First Trade Show Display, showing off his talent in designing Cuddle Spoons.

Ken Vantroba First Trade Show Display, showing off his talent in designing Cuddle Spoons.

Ken Vantroba at his dinning room table customizing his Cuddle Spoons for customers.

Ken Vantroba at his dinning room table customizing his Cuddle Spoons for customers.

3 CUDDLES Sets #1 Stars & Stripes, #2 Pink & Blue, #3 Rainbow Free by Cuddle Spoons.

3 CUDDLES Sets #1 Stars & Stripes, #2 Pink & Blue, #3 Rainbow Free by Cuddle Spoons.

Healthy Young Man becomes Accidental Entrepreneur after Brain Injury that leaves him Totally Disabled; wheelchair-bound 24/7 365 days a year.

BAYTOWN, TEXAS, UNITED STATES, August 30, 2021 / — Ken Vantroba owner and creator of Cuddle Spoons, Petitions to become the First Wheelchair Entrepreneur to pitch his CUDDLES Gift on the T.V. Show Shark Tank. CUDDLES are a fun couple’s spoon set that was developed from a serious brain injury; that left him physically disabled.

His petition can be signed on “The world’s platform for change”; signatures & promters are needed and well appreciated SIGN MY PETITION … Thanks ~ Ken.

Brief description of the landing website

Cuddle Spoons: Spooning "Ice Cream/Dessert" Spoon Partners in a Custom made Display Bed Box; Male & Female (Disabled & LGBTQ Friendly). They are the #1 Keepsake Gift for Couples & Singles who love Cuddling and eating Sweet Treats.

Hi I'm Ken the creator of Cuddle Spoons and a stroke survivor since 1988. I overcame many challenges and obstacles in this life changing experience but unfortunately I’m still physically and totally disabled. My disability experience inspired me to design my gift. The fun simple message to my gift is: life is precious, so don't take it for granted and to share your life with that special person.

A Big PLUS = Throughout the years I learn that my spoon design is being used by the Disabled, Elderly and Children who have a difficult time eating with a standard issued medical spoon. My curvy design make the spoon easy to hold, grasp and grip for those people who struggle with hand strength and arm control. Cuddle Spoons is the answer to adult fun and physical eating issues. So whichever reason you are here I won’t let you down.

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The video is me speaking how important my CUDDLES gift is. I created them for you and your special person to enjoy together.

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Chains of Slavery Offers Unique Perspective on America’s Past and Possible Future

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Bible expert Brian Ridolfi examines U.S. history from a whole new perspective in Chains of Slavery.

A cautionary tale as told through a conversation between a political prisoner and a common thief who meet in jail

SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA, UNITED STATES, August 30, 2021 / — The day that Timothy met Paul in prison was the day his life changed forever. The year is 2048, 11 years after America’s second revolution, and the country is cold and dark, not unlike the prison cell. Timothy has long ago given up hope. Little does he know, his perspective is about to change.

Hopelessly imprisoned in an appalling federal jail, Timothy encounters a wise old man named Paul who delivers startling information. “The end began at the beginning with an institution,” Paul tells him. “Slavery started a chain of events that caused America to go full circle. Slavery for one group of people produced slavery for all people.”

Timothy’s world is turned upside down by what he hears. He learns commonly-held perceptions are mostly wrong, many things he’d been taught aren’t true, and the prison he lives in goes far beyond the penitentiary walls. Along the way, he discovers mankind’s only hope.

Join Timothy and Paul as they examine U.S. history from a whole new perspective. In Chains of Slavery, the new book from bestselling author and Bible expert Brian Ridolfi, learn, through the power of story, Ridolfi’s thoughts on how the world’s freest nation lost its freedoms, and how it was slavery that initiated the process.

According to Ridolfi, Chains of Slavery is a work of fiction, but its warning is all-too real. In it, the United States’ past is revealed and its future foretold.

Bestselling author Brian Ridolfi is the Director of Biblical Studies for the Rhema Bible School in London, England. He is the author of three books, What Does the Bible Say About…? The Ultimate Bible Answer Book, Useful Maxims in a World of Empty Speak, and Chains of Slavery. His book What Does the Bible Say About…? The Ultimate Bible Answer Book was listed on Christian Marketplace’s Best Sellers List for Biblical studies in 2006.

Before becoming an author, Ridolfi graduated from the University of Nevada in 1997 with a BS degree in Geological Sciences. Soon after graduation, he began his career as a research scientist and scientific analyst. He currently resides in California where he continues to write Christian literature.

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