yellow nature flower photography

“mellow yellow, mustard petal detail” - ☮k☮

Kawaakari

“Between us / unsayable things / heavy as bone.” — Natalie Wee, from ‘Let Us Be Fireflies’, Our Bodies & Other Fine Machines

Textured Leaves, Art in Nature: this would be great inspiration for metal-forming a pendant or earrings - jewellery design inspiration, foldforming

Hosta Leaves 10 by Ralph Gabriner (Color Photograph

Great shape inspiration for foldforms (Ralph Gabriner "Hosta Leaves Color Photograph). This would be great inspiration for metal-forming a pendant or earrings.

the texture of these pods almost look identical to each other like a repeat pattern the colours are blends of green and brown

the texture of these pods almost look identical to each other like a repeat pattern the colours are blends of green and brown Looking in immense detail at the complexity of the seed/pods

Wild Nature - crawling tree roots - organic textures and natural surface pattern inspiration for design

Wild Nature - crawling tree roots - fractal patterns are seen in roots, branches, leaves .

The simplicity of this plants leaves are beautiful. Aristolochia Clematitis, photograph by Karl Blossfeldt (ca. 1928)

Karl Blossfeldt – Plants

Art in Nature - heart shaped leaves intricate leaf vein patterns - organic texture inspiration; black white plant photography, lighting harder to capture detailed texture, one light source to the left.

Dry leaf close-up by Arina Jansen van Vuuren.

Aerial view trek TrXXy® after forest fire / Dry leaf close-up by Arina Jansen van Vuuren.

Green | Grün | Verde | Grøn | Groen | 緑 | Emerald | Colour | Texture | Style | Form | Pattern | aquatic plant

The beautiful patterns in nature (waterlily)

The winning picture was taken during an operation on the brain of a living epilepsy patient.The awards will be on display at the Wellcome Collection in London until December 2012    Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-2164892/Incredible-close-shot-living-human-brain-wins-microscope-photography-competition.html#ixzz1z1ul7QPy

The not so grey matter: Incredible close-up shot of living human brain wins microscope photography competition

The surface of a living brain This photograph, winner of the 2012 Wellcome Image Awards, is of the surface of an epilepsy patient’s brain during neurosurgery. Grey matter defies its name in vivo;

macaranga (I love this shot)

Galleries - Photography - Leaf Lines - macaranga - Fubiz™

Tree bark - links to growth and evolution theme and I love the intricate detail.

Tree bark - links to growth and evolution. The detail created by pure nature is incredible, and no tree is the same.

This extreme close-up painting of folds of human flesh could be interpreted in terms of folding, rolling skin.

GCSE / IGCSE / A Level Art Exam Ideas 2013

ssdmmfr: “ Artist: Edie Nadelhaft “Palm Diptych” Oil on Canvas, x 2011 ”

Edie Nadelhaft / Flesh (series of oil paintings to explore a human’s biological surfaces

New York, NY artist Edie Nadelhaft

Cross section of red cabbage. I'd like to collect lots of fruit and vegetables…

Structure of a cabbage close-ups of vegetables: beauty, art (cabbage)

photography art hair belly hands silence hand blue bruise bruises nature skin human details Scar bones macro scars bone Abstract veins vein close up human body wrinkles macro photography blue veins

photography art hair belly hands silence hand blue bruise bruises nature skin human details Scar bones macro scars bone Abstract veins vein close up human body wrinkles macro photography blue veins

Maggie Ayres  http://newsletter.maggieayres.co.uk/october08.htm

I would like to introduce you to one of my favorite Mixed Media and Textile Artist, Maggie Ayres - To find more about Maggie's work, plea.

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