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Make science fun for your kids! Try the water movement experiment - Educational Activities for Kids Kitchen Science, Science Experiments Kids, Science Classroom, Science Fair, Teaching Science, Science For Kids, Plant Science, Easy Science, Science Ideas

Kindergarten xylem water movement demonstation with napa cabbage and dyed water - 1

1) Take Celery or Napa Cabbage (largest you can find) and slice a stalk halfway up the middle. 2) Place two clear containers close together. Add a few drops of food coloring in two different colors to the jars. 3) Add water to the jars to fill to about 1.5 inches deep. 4) Wait about 8 hours and observe the difference! Plants use little tubes to transport water from where they have it (the ground, usually) to where they need it (in their leaves, where it is "breathed out" through little pores…

Orange by Venus Winston This is an acrylic painting. I like that the artist did such a close view of the orange rather than the common image of fruit. The detail is incredible and it looks very juicy, the way an orange should. Photo Macro, Fotografia Macro, Wow Art, Illustration, Gcse Art, Natural Forms, Online Art Gallery, Painting Inspiration, Color Inspiration

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charlotte lucie farmer illustration: pick n mix Illustration Mode, Pattern Illustration, Food Illustrations, Character Illustration, Wallpaper Gratis, Pattern Wallpaper, Textile Patterns, Print Patterns, Pattern Print

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my desk has been full of sweets and I've been annoying ladies in sweet shops by asking for one of everything for the past few weeks...it's all in the name of tea towels, not finished but nearly, then the eating can begin (hurrah)...hello dentist!

Conceptual photography by Javier Perez- Fotografía conceptual por Javier Perez conceptual photos lungs Conceptual photography of everyday objects combined by drawings by Javier Perez - Creative Illustration, Photo Illustration, Creative Photography, Art Photography, Conceptual Photography, Poesia Visual, Everyday Objects, Simple Art, Simple Lines

This Wonderfully Simplistic Instagram Will Make Your Day

Artist Javier Pérez uses found objects and ink to create simplistic illustrations for his Instagram CintaScotch. The result is equal parts cute and inspiring.

Claes Oldenburg & Coosje van Bruggen, Spoonbridge and Cherry, Minneapolis Sculpture Garden. Claes Oldenburg, Roy Lichtenstein, Art Pop, Andy Warhol, Walker Art Museum, Minneapolis Sculpture Garden, Wessel, Keith Haring, Cultura Pop

Claes Oldenburg

What is it about typically tiny things made into giant large scale sculptures that makes it so appealing? Swedish sculptor, Claes Oldenburg does just that

I am a painter and illustrator, specialising in food art. Candy Drawing, Food Drawing, Gcse Art Sketchbook, Sketchbook Ideas, Sketching, Sweets Art, Sweet Wrappers, Food Artists, Food Painting

Sweets

I am a painter and illustrator, specialising in food art. Paintings and prints available, commissions welcome.

(design your own candy wrapper lesson ) ___ KIT - KAT CHOCOLATE Candy - //// Pop - Art Giclee Print Fine Archival Etching Paper or Ultra-fine Archival Watercolor Paper - Eisner Pop Art Food, Sweets Art, Observational Drawing, Candy Pop, Middle School Art, Arts Ed, Gcse Art, Arte Pop, Art Classroom

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KitKat CHOCOLATE CANDY Pop Art Giclee by Murray by EisnerArt, $19.50

Ohio artist, Dennis Wojtkiewicz [voyt-KEV-itch] explores the sensitive nature of time in his oversized oil paintings of fruit and flowers. The transitory nature of his subject matter is encapsulated, transfixed and glorified with hightened photorealism. L'art Du Fruit, Fruit Art, Fruit Cakes, Realistic Pencil Drawings, Realistic Paintings, Oil Paintings, Dennis Wojtkiewicz, Foto Macro, Photorealistic Rendering

Dennis Wojtkiewicz's Fruit Paintings

Dennis Wojtkiewicz took his still-life paintings to another level when he decided to work with fruit. Attracted to the inside of pieces of everyday fruit—the seeds, veins, and the translucent flesh and color changes—Dennis renders them in large-scale using oil on canvas. The most amazing aspect, though, is