Artist Joanna Wirazka uses fallen leaves as canvases to create beautiful landscapes artworks

Self-Taught Polish Artist Joanna Wirazka Uses Fallen Autumn Leaves As Canvases For Her Paintings

Artist uses fallen leaves as canvases to create beautiful landscapes artworks

As the leaves begin to fall and blanket the ground, Polish artist Joanna Wirazka allows this seasonal process to inspire her.

The Magpie - Claude Monet I saw this painting at the Art Institute of Chicago. It is extraordinary !

off Hand made oil painting reproduction of The Magpie, one of the most famous paintings by Claude Oscar Monet. Claude Oscar Monet painted the landscape The Magpie in during one of the m.

Daily Drawings by Derek Myers

PRECISION these ink drawings are perfect little scenes to highlight nature in a modern, simplistic way but bring an organic feel to the website.

The Wood on the Hill, 1912, Paul Nash, ink and wash on paper, "grey hollowed hills crowned by old old trees," Oxfordshire, England

"The Wood on the Hill" by Paul Nash, 1912 (ink and wash on paper) Nash wrote of this scene: "grey hollowed hills crowned by old old trees"

Claude Monet (French, 1840 - 1926)

Claude Monet - The Church at Varengeville, oil on canvas, 65 x cm. The Barber Institute of Fine Arts, University of Birmingham, UK

Kurt Jackson: Fishing the incoming tide. - 2014 - mixed media on board

Includes info on Kurt's upcoming exhibition 'Foraging' opening in March at the Campden Gallery, his nomination for an award, his new book 'Place' and other news.

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