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- StumbleUpon. - StumbleUpon. - StumbleUpon. - StumbleUpon. Laleler 2014-5 by ZzZzZzZzZzZz on deviantART. Canadian Artist Gwen Card Flower Series. Posted by: cathy on Dec 15, 2013 Tagged in: Untagged I discovered this artist a while back and often refer back to her paintings.

Canadian Artist Gwen Card Flower Series

The simple reason is that as far as injecting light into a still life, these are some of the best I've seen. Because I work mainly on textures, ie string and fabric, it is very difficult to achieve this kind of effect and it is something I struggle with. I think you'll agree that these are a feast for the eyes. Please go and visit this artist's website here for more amazing paintings. Floral abstract Color explosion Digital Art by Stuart Turnbull. Earthscapes: Sand Drawings by Andres Amador. Earthscapes: Sand Drawings by Andres Amador Large-scale ephemeral drawings on sand that disappears when the tide rises.

Earthscapes: Sand Drawings by Andres Amador

Nothing else is on my mind when I’m doing my artwork. You can’t hear the cars. The city washes away. 19 Images You Won't Believe Aren't Photoshopped (Part 13) It's time again for another installment of our popular feature wherein we show you photographs that are 100 percent real, despite the fact that they all look 100 percent fake.

19 Images You Won't Believe Aren't Photoshopped (Part 13)

In case you missed the previous installments, here are links to Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, Part 5, the gritty reboot that doesn't acknowledge the previous installments, Part 6, Part 7, Part 8, Part 9, Part 10, Part 11, and Part 12. Or you can just read this one on its own; we don't pretend to know how busy your schedule is. #19. Your Artsy Photographer Friend Finally Learned Photoshop Roni BintangThe red symbolizes "color. " This looks like somebody decided to toy with mixing color with grayscale, maybe as an homage to the "girl in the red coat" from Schindler's List.

But it's actually an undoctored photo taken in the aftermath of a volcano eruption in Indonesia. . #18. - StumbleUpon. Learn to Draw - Graphite Pencil Drawing Tutorial. Work In Progress - Step-by-Step Title: "Inner Beauty" Size: 18" x 14" Medium: Charcoal, Graphite, Carbon on White Paper Step One: If you are unfamiliar with the use of frisket film, here's a video that will explain it for you: Step Two: Next, I blended the charcoal with a piece of felt and added the beginnings of wood grain.

Learn to Draw - Graphite Pencil Drawing Tutorial.

I repeated this several times to build up a solid tone. Step Three: Then, I sprayed the drawing with fixative, Peeled off the frisket and began rendering the subjects. The tape on the right shows what it looking like after I removed the real masking tape. Step Four: I have started adding the holes and lines of the notebook paper. I used charcoal for the holes to match the background. The lines on the paper were produced with a .3 mechanical pencil to keep them as sharp and clean as possible. Visual Art by the Human Body. Visual Art by the Human Body.

Visual Art by the Human Body

Aerial Photographs of Tulip Fields. Abstract rainbows of color fill the landscape in these beautiful photos by french photographer Normann Szkop (nsfw-ish) who hopped in a Cesna with pilot Claython Pender to soar above the tulip fields in Anna Paulowna, a town in North Holland.

Aerial Photographs of Tulip Fields

Collectively, the millions of neatly planted flowers create sprawling patterns and designs that tourists flock to witness with their own eyes every season. See the entire 100+ photograph set over on Flickr. - StumbleUpon. Public Art Concepts - Dan Sternof Beyer 2011. Download the PDF of these ideas : Public Art Concepts - Dan Sternof Beyer 2011 (2mb) - StumbleUpon. - StumbleUpon.

- StumbleUpon. - StumbleUpon. Cool Hot. - StumbleUpon. Retro Pottery Net: Black Rose Silver - KPM. This very 1950s looking design is the sort of one people will either like or hate, with not much in between probably.

Retro Pottery Net: Black Rose Silver - KPM

I love it as a design - even though its not the sort of thing I would have as a dinner set ...as it wouldn't suit my decor. This design, plus the one from the previous post reminds me how popular black or black/grey and white was as a colour in the 1950's. The design (which appears not to have a factory name) seems to be commonly referred to as Black Rose - Silver (or Platinum). It was made by KPM or Kjøbenhavns Porcellains Painting (The Porcelain Painting Workshop of Copenhagen) which was owned by Niels Holst and Christian Knudsen who bought it in 1924.

They ran KPM conjointly with what became Niels Holst & Son A/S and was later known simply as Lyngby until its closure in the 1960s. Bird of Paradise Photograph by Susanne Van Hulst. Tags: flowers photographs , flower photographs , bird of paradise photographs , yellow bird of paradise photographs , nature photographs , flowers canvas prints , flower canvas prints , bird of paradise canvas prints , yellow bird of paradise canvas prints , nature canvas prints.

Morpho on Cymbidium Orchid. - StumbleUpon. Flower Mandalas art pieces. 24h Week Month Incredible works of artist Kathy Klein made with flowers and natural objects found nearby.

Flower Mandalas art pieces

She combines different elements in order to make beautiful and colorful mandalas that she calls “danmalas”: in vedic sanskrit dān: the giver, mālā: garland of flowers, the giving of flower circles. Don’t forget to follow Feeldesain on Twitter + Facebook + Pinterest to get all the latest updates. High Speed Liquid Flowers Photographed by Jack Long. At a quick glance these colorful photographs by Milwaukee-based photographed Jack Long might pass as some kind of strange exotic flowers, but a squint of the eyes later reveals they are actually high speed photographs of colored water, captured in a way to mimic the shape of blooms, leaves, and even pots.

High Speed Liquid Flowers Photographed by Jack Long

Each photograph from Long’s Vessels and Blooms series is captured in a stunningly precise take that took months of trial and error to perfect. Like a mad scientist he creates cocktails of dyes, thickeners, and pigments for each component of the shot and then blasts them through a customized mechanism before snapping a perfectly timed capture. “This series was a culmination of months of planning and testing. Hundreds of captures are made in testing and then many more during the actual final capture stage. A very few stand out as being the best,” he says. - StumbleUpon. - StumbleUpon. February in Seattle. - StumbleUpon. - StumbleUpon. Maj 1107.