Watching Archives | Beth Nicholas
The images in this section illustrate Beth’s developed style. They represent the transition in her work from the early drawings featured in her first solo exhibitions to the work she is still developing today as she undertakes commissions from art consultants, interior designers and private clients throughout the world.
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10 Reasons You Can’t Communicate with a Narcissistic or Borderline Woman
Emotionally abusive narcissistic and/or borderline women/men are masters of spin control and pile driving their “reality” home through brute verbal force and emotional reasoning. If you’re involved with a NPD and/or BPD, the more wrong they are, the greater the outrage and histrionics they display. Not only can they NOT handle the truth, they go to great lengths to deny and obliterate it.
TRENDS // ECLECTIC TRENDS - AW 2016/17 GLOBAL COLOR RESEARCH - COSMIC PART IV
From our FV contributor, Gudy Herder of Eclectic Trends who is based in Barcelona working as an Interior Stylist, Trend Observer and Trainer. Her website Eclectic Trends is full of interior and trend inspirations, http://eclectictrends.com. Here is her latest A/W 2016/17 trends and you can view the entire report here. Dear Fashion Vignette readers, This is my last trend post of the series I did for the Uk based consultancy Global Color Research and it’s the most colorful and bright version…
Mickey Mouse, Chanel and a recycling sign: Bizarre shapes created on model's face using only black and white paint
The images are a collaboration between artist Valeriya Kutsan and photographer Alexander Khokhlov, who named the series of 15 pictures Weird Beauty.