Jenny Saville research pages by Robyn Yeang:

24 creative sketchbook examples to inspire Art students

Jenny Saville research pages by Robyn Yeang: love Saville's subject matter

An interesting look stitch therapy and how it applies to connecting, mending and repairing . . . in more than our clothes -- kind of like my journal!

[From Ginny Farquar] An interesting look stitch therapy and how it applies to connecting, mending and repairing . in more than our clothes -- kind of like my journal!

What do we do to ourselves, to our self-image and confidence, and self-esteem?  Rise above.

Kay Montano(@kaymontano) - Instagram photos and videos

What do we do to ourselves, to our self-image and confidence, and self-esteem? Rise above.e perfectly plucked eyebrows , contoured face .

Contradiction in Daily Life by Mafune Gonjo - glass, metal, wool - 2008 - art dress

Contradiction in Daily Life by Mafune Gonjo - glass, metal, wool - 2008 - art dress

denys sarazhyn

Denis Sarazhin - Locks and Keys

"This Too Shall Pass" by Sophie Wellan" response to a period in my life when two of my children were hospitalized for long periods of time after suffering traumatic accidents. Stitching the mantra 'This Too Shall Pass 'into a hospital blanket with red wool became a therapy in itself to me over a long winter. The work is concerned with feelings of isolation and helplessness when suffering physical and mental illness." - See more at: http://www.britishwomenartists.com/art-show.php?art=3

"This Too Shall Pass" by Sophie Wellan" response to a period in her life when two of her children were hospitalized for long periods of time after suffering traumatic accidents.

"Please don't be scared." There was a light thud on the glass where the figure's hands touched the surface. "I know this is strange, but you've got to help me- HEY! Where are you going?!"

"Please don't be scared." There was a light thud on the glass where the figure's hands touched the surface.

Become aware of the energy in your hand as you reach out to touch something. Notice what you feel before you're actually touching - just observe.

red-lipstick: “ Jeanne aka Conceptvessel - One Small Cosmos (And A Cup Of Tea), 2007 Photography ”

Hannah Lamb - I finally took the plunge and decided to fully dissolve the embroidered text piece I made for Art in the Woods. Carefully trying to wash away the residue in the bath and tease apart the tangled words met with varying degrees of success. But certainly worth doing to record the stages of disintegration. The disintegration of the text into something illegible has a sense of fragility to it; making and unmaking, allowing something to be undone. It reminds me of the idea of wabi…

Hannah Lamb: Words that drift away - dissolving the embroidered text piece I made for Art in the Woods. This is magnificent.

photography project by Channon Perry

Outstanding high school photography projects from qualifications such as GCSE, IGCSE and A Level Photography, AP Photography, IB Photography and NCEA.

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