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Collection by Annetta Robinson

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Douglas Gordon, Self Portrait of You Me (David Bowie) 2007 Distortion Photography, A Level Photography, Self Portrait Photography, Photography Projects, Art Photography, Self Portraits, Experimental Photography, James Casebere, James Turell

The seeds of destruction: Art Under Attack: Histories of British Iconoclasm at Tate Britain – Tate Etc | Tate

As an exhibition at Tate Britain reveals, iconoclasm has taken many turns throughout the centuries in the United Kingdom, from savage destruction during the Reformation to more recent actions by contemporary artists

The terrace of the Palais de Chaillot, Paris. "Know where you stand" by Seth Taras for a History Channel campaign History Channel, Paris Vintage, Past Present Future, Montage Photo, Photo Series, Time Art, Belle Photo, Historical Photos, Time Travel

This is us with Hitler by the Eiffel Tower: Amazing time-travel pictures combine past and present as dictator is seen in Paris and D-Day landing soldiers on modern-day beach

Created by photographer Seth Taras, they were the basis of a 2010 ad campaign for the History Channel - accompanied by the message 'Know where you stand'.

An ongoing series of collages exploring the fragmentation of female identity by Rome-based artist Micaela Lattanzio. See more mosaic-like images from “Fragmenta” below. Micaela Lattanzio’s Website Micaela … Continue reading → Identity Artists, Art Concret, Art Alevel, Gcse Art Sketchbook, Creation Photo, Ouvrages D'art, A Level Art, Italian Artist, Grafik Design

“Fragmenta” by Artist Micaela Lattanzio

An ongoing series of collages exploring the fragmentation of female identity by Rome-based artist Micaela Lattanzio. See more mosaic-like images …

Foods Distorted Through Liquid and Glass in Photographs by Suzanne Saroff - In her ongoing series titled Perspective, photographer Suzanne Saroff creates fractured and skewed - A Level Photography, Glass Photography, Reflection Photography, Still Life Photography, Creative Photography, Distortion Photography, Perspective Photography, Photography Ideas, Distortion Art

Suzanne Saroff's meticulously arranged photographs alter perceptions

Photographer Suzanne Saroff began working in her discipline the way most do, developing a love for it through picking up disposable cameras and point and shoots. Hooked, the Missoula-born and now New York-based photographer “endeavoured to learn as much as possible about the art, teaching myself aspects of DSLR cameras and learning lighting techniques while exploring composition and subject matter,” she tells us. Since then, composition has become a part of Suzanne’s work she’s garnered a…

Whitlock's embroidery: trash and treasure Nam June Paik, A Level Textiles, A Level Photography, Design Textile, Political Art, Thread Art, A Level Art, Gcse Art, Fabric Manipulation

Like a Magpie

During her final year at university, Kirsty Whitlock challenged the preconception of embroidery as a “limited conservative craft.” In other words, she became preoccupied of how embroidery could transform a material or surface and says, “I became interested and curious in sewing on materials and exploring subject matters that were not normally associated with embroidery.”

Patrick Caulfield – black outlines, and bright, saturated colours Pop Art, Ligne Claire, Gcse Art, Saturated Color, Art Design, Art And Architecture, Light In The Dark, Painting & Drawing, Illustrators

VMFA: Patrick Caulfield

Patrick Caulfield is a british pop artist who came shortly after the Pop art movement was launched. Caulfield is known for using bright blocks of flat colour and thick black outlines in his painting. His style has influenced artists such as Michael Craig-Martin. Some scholars have question the seriousness of Caulfield's work pointing out that it slightly mimics some abstract qualities I enjoy looking at Patrick Caulfield paintings mainly because of there graphic nature. I saw this painting…

Golden Lichen by Diane Rogers. Rogers inspires me by her creativity of work, focusing on the heavy stiching and the theme of pebbles. Decay Art, A Level Textiles, Textiles Sketchbook, Growth And Decay, A Level Art, Color Beige, Natural Forms, Textile Artists, Embroidered Silk

Golden Lichen - Printed,quilted silk embroidered textile

diane rogers textile Artist and print designer Artwork Gallery