karen beneditti. a city point of view, mixed media on canvas

a city point of view, mixed media on canvas. Long shape for the image of a city point, same techniques could be used for the Black Country buildings.

Back streets, Porto Portugal. Karen Stamper

Karen Stamper Rua de Sao Joao Travelling the world through collages . by Karen Stamper

City Collages: Artist creates beautiful collages to study different cities and their architecture | Creative Boom

This series of collages by Sweden-based artist Anastasia Savinova, entitled Genius Loci, provides a unique study of city architecture. Each individual piece is an amalgamation of the spirit of a …

Venetian Scroll » Ian Murphy Paintings

WHO: Ian Murphy Paintings WHAT: Venetian Scroll WHY: I like the use of colour to create the loo of texture. I also like the shapes with the colour which creates a focal point

St Stephens Church Stockbridge, Edinburgh Collage with Ink, January 2014 25cm x 35cm

Block in value with tissue paper or butcher paper collage? St Stephens Church Stockbridge, Edinburgh Collage with Ink, January 2014 x

The White Hart Inn, Grassmarket Collage with Monoprint 2014 One of mine this time… one of the first pieces for my next show at the Scottish Storytelling Centre in November. All work will be based on Edinburgh’s literary Landmarks, local buildings...

The White Hart Inn, Grassmarket Collage with Monoprint 2014 One of mine this time… one of the first pieces for my next show at the Scottish Storytelling Centre in November. All work will be based on Edinburgh’s literary Landmarks, local buildings.

Original lino prints by Scottish Artist Bryan Angus

Hidden figure, architecture, tree style, path, city feeling and tone to palette -- Bryan Angus

Cornerstone » Ian Murphy Paintings

Ian Murphy depicts derelict buildings and often paints/draws on printed material which bleeds through. I like how Ian Murphy used pastel, contrasting colours to make his work eye-catching and unique.

Sharon Elphick- artist, her inspiration is from cities that she had lived in. I like this piece because of how she layed out the images and made them connect to one another giving a sort of disorder looking effect.

Sharon Elphick- artist, her inspiration is from cities that she had lived in. I like this piece because of how she layed out the images and made them connect to one another giving a sort of disorder looking effect.

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