Yesterday I featured a molecular biologist turned painter… and today I give you mixed media on...

karen margolis (The Jealous Curator)

Yesterday I featured a molecular biologist turned painter… and today I give you mixed media on handmade Abaca paper by New York based artist Karen Margolis: After receiving her BS in Psychology from C

Sue Hotchkis Fibre Artist Contemporary Abstract Art

Sue Hotchkis Fibre Artist Contemporary Abstract Art (smb: A use for my beautiful bark collection.

Today’s spotlight goes to fairly new artist Megan Mitchell, who somehow depicts different types of decay and human insecurities in the most creative and interestingly beautiful ways. - See more at: http://www.wetheurban.com/post/73159615884/art-beautiful-human-decay-by-megan-mitchell#sthash.G4lXIEQO.dpuf

ART: Beautiful Human Decay by Megan Mitchell Today’s... (WeTheUrban)

ART: Beautiful Human Decay by Megan Mitchell Today’s spotlight goes to fairly new artist Megan Mitchell, who somehow depicts different types of decay and human insecurities in the most creative and interestingly beautiful ways.

Beautiful Human Decay by Megan Mitchell

Megan Mitchell, Gash, From Fresh!, Craft Victoria's annual exhibition of outstanding graduate work in arts and design.

"Texture" I love textures and prints. I love putting outfits together with textures and prints . In this picture I love this texture , inspires me to design a dress.

Bacteriograms Turn Mouth Germs Into Festering Art

Finnish artist Erno-Erik Raitanan has created a visually arresting series of art pieces using a most unusual medium. What if I told you that the name of the series is "Bacteriograms"?

This has some strong colours in it and almost looks metallic, lots of different patterns and rough textures

This has some strong colours in it and almost looks metallic, lots of differen patterns and rough textures

I like how this piece represents growth as well as decay, a bittersweet concept.

This drawing combines growth and decay to evoke a powerful emotion. From an analytical point of view, the tone and form work together to create an aesthetically pleasing image.

(In)visible Membranes Bacteria fabric by  Sonje Baurne, 2011

Sonja Baumel, gloves ('Invisible Membrane') referencing bacteria that covers the skin.

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