Most artists find inspiration in the colourful aspect of autumn. On the other hand self-taught Polish artist Joanna Wirazka took another step and went beyond
As autumn comes and leaves begin to fall, Polish artist Joanna Wirażka puts them to good use. She collects fallen leaves and use them as canvases for her artworks to draw and paint incredible nightscapes and cityscapes on mother nature’s canvas.
The leaves that autumn paints with brilliant reds, yellows and oranges are already brilliant works of art, but Polish artist Joanna Wirazka adds a twist by
It& that wonderful time of year again when the leaves turn red, golden and brown and gather in enticing piles at the side of our streets, all ready to be jumped in and kicked about. But Polish artist.
Artist Joanna Wirazka uses fallen leaves as canvases to create beautiful landscapes artworks
Learn how to draw skulls in 6 easy steps! All you need is a pencil and paper. You can also use a pen, marker, crayons, or any other drawing materials you may have.
Image: via haha “Le Grand Van Gogh” Bruno Catalano’s bronze sculptures have one thing in common: they’re drawing a blank, literally. Where there should have been a body, a shirt or an arm there’s, well, nothing.
“The important thing in life is to let the years carry us along.” ― Federico García Lorca, Yerma // "Le Grand Van Gogh" ~ by French sculptor Bruno Catalano
Bruno Catalano's "Le Grand Van Gogh" This statue very much intrigues me!
...all about perspective...Bruno Catalano's "Le Grand Van Gogh" from the back Plus
Faces of Buddha by Virginia Peck @ Western Avenue Studios
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We are all artists, painting our lives upon the canvas of reality. Mix the colors your own way and apply emotion liberally. Don't be afraid to let your brushstrokes show, and about all else, make sure (Mix Colors Artists)
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This artist book was created by Thomas Wightman. This book is about butterflies. It was created by using a scalpel to cut out different shapes of butterflies. It looks like the butterflies are flying around and it looks
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Hopper Art Projects for Kids: American artist, Edward Hopper, simply and beautifully painted his love of the sea, countryside, and city life. The students take his simple lines and colors and create a seascape in his style with paint and paper collage.
And to prove their is no limit- or seems to be- to the artist desire to bring outdoor -indoors, and nature in the museum: here is an entire creek valley. Talk about embedded nature. - a grouped images picture - Pin Them All