City Living by Danielle Kroll, prints on buddyeditions
Illustrated Paris window wall decal by Art Conductor. This is one simple but delightful way to add windows to a plain wall without any renovation works.
Laser cut screen or mylar divider ideas to frame & hang from the ceiling on chains, IKEA style.
Chalmers Close, Royal Mile Edinburgh, Study Collage with Monoprint November 2013 x
‘Petit Palais: Yellow and Yellow’ by British artist John Piper Screenprint on paper, 782 x 573 mm. via the Tate Use of color, tone and a divided section for a different representation
Abstract Architecture - Mixed Media 900 x 900 SOLD
In My Father's House There Are Many Mansions Color Woodcut by Irving Amen, American Artist Cool group activity
David Bushell - Cityscape NY Illustration by David Bushell
London shop fronts - illustrations by Melody Seal. actually sketch out buildings and places next time. It truly creates a real feel for a piece
City by Jose Sabatini. Beautiful work done for an animation bg.
Fine Art Architectural Painting, Resources for Art Students, CAPI ::: Create…
Architectural drawings of Doors by Annie Standard Doorway tattoo?
Dutch House Fabric from Spoonflower--love, Love, LOVE this!
02 John Pipers' work appeals to me because of his use of rich colours and intensle contrasted details
Valery Koshlyakov High-rise on Raushskaya Embankment 2006 Tempera on cardboard 285 x 280 cm
Alley Cats and drifters: NYC skyline by Jamey Christoph.love the water towers and color palette!
WHO: Ruth Allen WHAT: Rue St James - collage with fine black lines, WHY: illustrative black lines, small amount of collage adding colour, sheet music instead of text
David Bushell The Past could be shown by layering all objects found in a particular place into one photo to show progression and change as time continues.
marcallante: “ Hold Your Breath by Marc Allante (Ink on Cold Press Watercolour Paper) - A newly finished commission for a friend.
crossconnectmag: “ Wall drawings using pins and threads by Debbie Smyth Debbie Smyth is textile artist most identifiable by her statement thread drawings; these playful yet sophisticated.
collage and mono print the different texture and colour background Picking key colours from landscape for collage background
Minty Sainsbury is an artist specialising in architectural pencil drawings. She studied Architecture at the University of Cambridge but now works full time as an artist on commissions as well as her own personal projects.
Fine Art Architectural Painting, Resources for Art Students
Ian Murphy - Architectural Studies in Sketchbook I like the use of ink and drawing to create this piece and the annotations next to it
Edward Taylor Edward Taylor - Three Sections Embroidered Building (Windemere, Lancashire - C.A Voysey)
Evening Skies by Wendy Dolan
Ruth Allen Art - possible idea for my water screen print - draw back into the images with a fine liner to add extra detail