Artist Joanna Wirazka uses fallen leaves as canvases to create beautiful landscapes artworks

Self-Taught Polish Artist Joanna Wirazka Uses Fallen Autumn Leaves As Canvases For Her Paintings

collage and mono print the different texture and colour background

collage and mono print the different texture and colour background Picking key colours from landscape for collage background

Valery Koshlyakov - High-rise on Raushskaya Embankment (2006) - Tempera on Cardboard

Valery Koshlyakov High-rise on Raushskaya Embankment 2006 Tempera on cardboard 285 x 280 cm

Create texture with fabric manipulation. This fabric manipulation is inspiring for my flotsam and jetsam project.

The use of fraying and layered fabrics to build up texture is very interesting- creates a very dynamic piece.

two stairways. 1 by Tommy-Noker Collection of Urban Decay Photography

I think I should have been an architect because I love structural urban photography but also ladscapes. two stairways. 1 by Tommy-Noker Collection of Urban Decay Photography

I love Piper's work, referencing him in my current art work on facades.

John Piper window, suitable for an art project like the GCSE Openings

I chose this piece not because I felt like is showed proportion, but because it showed disproportion. The building looks as if it is upside down because the top is broader than the base which is uncommon in almost all structures. Despite this appearance of disproportion, the building appears to be old meaning it was functional and able to withstand time. The lines of the windows and levels though, create proportion in the structure of the building.

I'm looking for a castle I saw once which inspired me for a world that I made. Unfortunately this is not it but it is pretty neat. I'll post the actual castle in creative when I find the darn thing.

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