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To highlight a thigh or other area-nicely framed-but also kind of ew like mussels or seeds in a melon yuck yuck.

Nature - marcel george illustration

Nature - marcel george illustration Organic forms, a bit more forgiving to paint? Beach pebbles too?

Experimental textiles design using fabric manipulation & innovative no-stitch embroidery for mixed textures // Emily Sladen                                                                                                                                                      Más

Fabric manipulation - Experimental textiles design using fabric manipulation & innovative no-stitch embroidery for mixed textures // Emily Sladen

nature providing us with yet again a wonderful circular pattern with a perfect collection of colours

Why I love color

Nature's Artwork - multicoloured shells - natural pattern & texture source for sea-inspired design;

Textile Design and Designer`s Platform

Work by Erin Endicott on Textile Design and Designer`s Platform. This textiles piece of work interests me as I like how the brown and darker parts of it look as it looks like a real map. The contour lines help to convey this

Surf onto Sand Original artworks created using an eclectic mix of textiles, paper ephemera, paint and embroidery.

Embroidery Laura Edgar Surf onto Sand Original artworks created using an eclectic mix of textiles, paper ephemera, paint and embroidery.

Artist- Dishtwiner Medium- eARTh Meaning of the artwork- To form a spiral using shells on the beach

Artist- Dishtwiner Medium- eARTh Meaning of the artwork- To form a spiral using shells on the beach. Enter Creativity on Sand Canvas at Sand Castles and S'MOREs Saturday, September 13 in Pacific Beach.

Natural Forms: A beautiful International GCSE Art Exam

Natural Forms: A beautiful International GCSE Art Exam

Based on the topic 'Crustaceans' this natural forms project gained A* in the International GCSE Art exam (IGCSE Art and Design Controlled Test).

CAROLYN SAXBY MIXED MEDIA TEXTILE ART: Textiles, rusty boats and peeling paint

Textiles, rusty boats and peeling paint

aqua sea and turquoise ocean inspired textiles - sketchbook pages - Carolyn Saxby Mixed Media Textile Art

indigo spider

Drawing with stitch - surface pattern design with decorative embroidery - line, pattern repetition // Junko Oki

pebbles - Janilaine Mainprize

artwork influenced and inspired by coastal elements, pebbles and their shapes, sizes, patterns and markings.

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