by Georgia OKeefe art - One of my favorite artists. Color. Shapes. Shadows. Passion.

Petunias, Georgia O’Keeffe, 1925

art-and-dream: Art painting Petunias 1925 wonderful by Georgia Totto O’Keeffe (November was an American artist Nature painting art Flower art

Composition development - painting of shells- This could be a COOL way to incorporate a textural element into an abstract artwork- use the crinkled tissue with pastel rubbed across the top for the shell- watercolor for the abstract lines

Composition development by Amiria Gale - painting of shells- This could be a COOL way to incorporate a textural element into an abstract artwork- use the crinkled tissue with pastel rubbed across the top for the shell- watercolor for the abstract lines

ERIN CASE Lovely and interesting collages by Michigan artist Erin Case. Most of Erin’s collages are hand-cut the old fashion way, but a few of these images are from a digital collage collaboration she is working on with Andrew Tamlyn.

she is becoming one of my favorites -Saatchi Online Artist: Erin Case; Digital, Assemblage / Collage "Haircut 1 (with Andrew Tamlyn)"

Pantone Colour (s) of the year 2016 - Rose Quartz & Serenity

Pantone Colour (s) of the year 2016

Pantone Colour (s) of the year 2016 - Rose Quartz & Serenity Hobes Leather, Flats, Shoes, Footwear, Suede

closeup of butterfly wing, photo by  Martin Amm

The pattern on the wing of a butterfly is unique and individual like our fingerprints. closeup of butterfly wing, photo by Martin Amm

mixed media on handmade Abaca paper by New York based artist Karen Margolis

karen margolis (The Jealous Curator)

This self-portrait, 'Scatterbrain', was part of Kate's exam submission. It combines both traditional and digital techniques, with a photograph of a tree overlaid onto a painted background.

Art student gains huge social media following, launches career at high school

This self-portrait, 'Scatterbrain', was made by Kate Powell. I like this picture because it has reasoning behind it and that makes me happy.

Eugène Séguy (1890 – 1985) was a French entomologist who published many portfolios of illustrations and designs from the turn of the century to the 1930s who worked in both the Art Deco and Art Nouveau styles.

Eugène Séguy - Science and Textiles

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