katharine morling - ceramics (that look like line drawings!)

Black and white line drawings pulled magically from a sketchbook into the real world through the fantastic ceramic work of UK based artist Katharine Morling. The cameras, the sewing needles, and don’t

by Zac Freeman - “My work focuses primarily on portraits created by assembling found objects, disposable goods, and the leftover trash of things we consume in our society. I glue the bits of junk to a wooden substrate, a canvas, which forms the image of a portrait. The result is a stunningly realistic portrait at a distance and an interesting array of objects up close."

Jacksonville, FL artist Zac Freeman

Found object portrait collage by contemporary artist Zac Freeman I really like this self portrait with all the little dots or circles. Zac Freeman used so many different colors that aren't realistic.

Identity Box by Susan McCarrell. Displayed in the Joseph Cornell Box readers gallery.

Martin Senn is a German artist who creates beautiful three-dimensional works using wire. Working the wire as if he was drawing with a pencil, Martin crafts simple and direct studies of the forms and compositions of everyday objects.

These have so much movement -- line drawings in three-d. Playful Three-Dimensional Wire Sculptures - My Modern Metropolis contemporary wirework installation typewriter

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Joseph Cornell, Swiss Shoot the Chutes, x x cm, Peggy Guggenheim Collection, Venice

This is the work of Candy Jernigan, an artist who collected objects off the street, on journeys & from her everyday life then presented them as artworks, books and drawings

This is the work of Candy Jernigan, an artist who collected objects off the street, on journeys from her everyday life then presented them as artworks, books and drawings

Molly6 PRINT, Michelle Caplan Mixed Media Collage

This is a print of one of my original Collage Portraits. Image is centered on a sheet of professional digital art paper measuring x Printed on

Joseph Cornell. Untitled (Pharmacy), 1943

Untitled (Pharmacy) - Joseph Cornell Completion Date: 1943 Style: Surrealism

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