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Sketching in Nature: Happy Spring

South Carolina Low Country Nature Journaling and Art: A Walk in the Woods. Need to do this for Tennesse Cumberland Plateau

CAGED "A Parrot for Juan Gris" Joseph Cornell Surrealistic objects collage as inspiring diorama. Lost Marbles Copper Metal Art & Jewelry: Joseph Cornell’s Boxes

keepsake assemblages in box mount frame - for people living with disability that attach objects to memories - image inspiration: "A Parrot for Juan Gris" Joseph Cornell

D J Pettitt Transformations - uses transfers from her inkjet as an integral part of her art, layering the semi translucency of the deli sandwich paper with other printed type, textures, ephemera and found objects. For detailed instructions on her technique. (includes a link)

D J Pettitt Transformations - uses transfers from her inkjet as an integral part of her art, layering the semi translucency of the deli sandwich paper with other printed type, textures, ephemera, stitching and buttons

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Get Messy Art Journal ♥ Caylee Grey. now is not the time to believe you are as empty as you feel, my love

Jess Douglas Illustration | Urban Street Art | People & Portraits | Cars, Rally & Formula One

Jess Douglas is currently based in Lyme Regis, but grew up on party island Ibiza. Jess mainly creates drawings from life, with a splash of personal style thrown into the mix.

At its essence, a student sketchbook should emulate that of a practising artist. With photographs providing evidence of first-hand research, quick confident gestural drawings showing a response to this environment, and scrawled annotation, this beautiful sketchbook page – showing the development of ideas for a sculpture entitled ‘Stone Egg’ – does exactly that.

evidence of first-hand research, quick confident gestural drawings showing a response to this environment, and scrawled annotation, these sketchbook pages – showing the development of ideas for a sculpture entitled ‘Stone Egg’ – .