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Collection by Ella law

Ella law
Debbie Smyth-Installation Who? Debbie Smyth What? I like the idea of using the monochromatic style to bring out the urban aspect of pylons when usually they appear in rural landscapes. A Level Textiles, A Level Art, Sense Of Place, Built Environment, Environmental Art, Textile Artists, Urban Landscape, Landscape Architecture, Classical Architecture

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Explore smythdebbie's photos on Flickr. smythdebbie has uploaded 13 photos to Flickr.

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Drawing With Thread & Pins: A Unique Artistry

I've heard of drawing with all kinds of different materials before, but never with thread. It's hard to believe that as thin as thread is, it could be

Buren’s work addresses the idea of ‘frames’, be they architectural, aesthetic or institutional. His piece above, created at the Museum of Modern Art *Luxembourg uses the architect… Baroque Architecture, Art Et Architecture, Amazing Architecture, Installation Architecture, Architecture Colleges, Natural Architecture, Computer Architecture, Architecture Wallpaper, Contemporary Architecture


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By Susan Lenz from her Elements in Architecture. Hand stitched, then covered with a chiffon scarf and stitched using free motion machine stitching: Free Motion Embroidery, Embroidery Art, Embroidery Stitches, Machine Embroidery, Textile Fiber Art, Textile Artists, Textiles Techniques, Sewing Art, Wool Applique

Error - Saatchi Art

Susan Lenz. Elements of Architecture XLI. (2007) Hand embroidered using thick yarns into which delicate, free-motion embroidery was worked.

Helaina Sharpley, artist wirework art mural pieces of Edwardian architecture and drinking tea - - Edwardian Architecture, Architecture Artists, Architecture Sketchbook, Museum Architecture, Urban Architecture, Architecture Drawing Art, A Level Art Sketchbook, Textiles Sketchbook, Art Alevel

Helaina Sharpley, artist in wirework wall art pieces of edwardian architecture and tea drinking

Helaina Sharpley is a wirework artist and designer based in West Yorkshire, specialising in wall art and installations inspired by tea drinking and architecture from the Victorian and Edwardian eras.