(I find Tracey Emin's work partially controversial in my eyes. 'My Bed', i feel a strong empathy towards as it is in a sense taken from location to gallery, keeping the work in it's original state of development. however, i feel as though 'All the people i have ever slept with' has the realness taken away from it to only leave realisation, however the work doesn't strike a cord in merely anyone. The work is only relatable to Emin, herself. Whereas 'My Bed' keeps it's real-like state

Tracey Emin -artist Everyone I Have Ever Slept With- about lovers, family, and the two…

Karen Stamper Rua de Sao Joao Travelling the world through collages  http://karenstampercollage.com/

Karen Stamper Rua de Sao Joao Travelling the world through collages . by Karen Stamper

Paul Wright The values here on the eyes are tricky. Also this looks like it could be a painting of Jon Courson. Haha

Paul Wright The values here on the eyes are tricky. Also this looks like it could be a painting of Jon Courson.

Guy Denning (English b1965), self taught contemporary artist/painter based in France. He is the founder of The Neomodern Group and part of the urban art scene in Bristol.

Illustration by Florian Nicolle Florian Nicolle aka Neo is gritty, the kind of gritty you can’t stay away from. Nicolle’s illustration are filled with splattered paintbrushes and unfinished figures left to your imagination to complete.

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marks roughly into the skin and added lots of dark red to made it grotesque. UCAS Personal ID: 1100205751 Student ref no: 1300112

by Steve Bearman & Marielle Amrhein (Originally published as Girls, Women, and Internalized Sexism: chapter 8 of the book Internalized Oppression: The Psychology of Marginalized Groups, edited by E.J.R. David. If you like this chapter, please check out the book!) Introduction Notice how it comes up when I start writing this chapter. I am a …

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.

Tracy Emin. I loved this chair and concept when I saw it. Great idea and lovely object steeped in memory, future and travel!

Tracey Emin's iconic art

Tracy Emin's There's A Lot Of Money In Chairs, 1994 - would be great in studio!

In A Trance Half Skull Beautifully Dark Portrait by Carissa Rose for sale by Never Die Art at MoreThanHorror.com

In A Trance Half Skull Beautifully Dark Portrait by Carissa Rose for sale by…

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