Complex Structures - Patrick Hickley Hand printed cyanotypes on watercolour paper, with thread hand stitched over top.

Art idea stitch stereotypes over photos? Complex Structures - Patrick Hickley Hand printed cyanotypes on watercolour paper, with thread hand stitched over top.

Photos That Celebrate — and Challenge — Feminine Ideals

Photos That Celebrate — and Challenge — Feminine Ideals

FEATURE: "Photos That Celebrate - and Challenge - Feminine Ideals" - The NY Times Spotlights Photographer Delphine Diaw Diallo

Jonni Cheatwood’s Grace Series As we see here, there is framework at play, and there is also texture created by the person we see.

Jonni Cheatwood’s Grace Series

ROUND 2 SEMI-FINALISTL: JONNI CHEATWOOD Unsure of what he wanted to do for his career, Jonni took a chance on an Intro to Painting course in college. After completing an assignment to remake a Jackson Pollack painting, he was hooked as an artist.

Week 5 Eduardo Hemrietta Harris 2006 Aukland. Distorted Face- Coloured Pencil Really like the realistic look and use of work to create a blurred image, loose line work upon more detailed shading created a clean aesthetic

Deconstructed Portraits by Henrietta Harris

by artist henrietta harris Emphasis by contrast-we know what a normal face looks like. All is well until the face shifts to the right creating a focal point. The first thing you would say you noticed about this painting is that the face is off centered.

Mental torment: Edward Honaker turned to photography after he was diagnosed with depressio...

Photographer captures his depression in series of self-portraits

By Emma Parker - Stitch Therapy. - Could symbolise how your mother 'fixes you' when you're upset/ hurt/ etc. She puts you back together again.

By Emma Parker - Stitch Therapy. - Could symbolise how your mother 'fixes you' when you're upset/ hurt/ etc. She puts you back together again.

By Emma Parker - Stitch Therapy. - Could symbolise how your mother 'fixes you' when you're upset/ hurt/ etc. She puts you back together again.

By Emma Parker - Stitch Therapy. - Could symbolise how your mother 'fixes you' when you're upset/ hurt/ etc. She puts you back together again.


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