Capital View - £0 by Paul Kenton., free delivery within the UK on all orders over £75

Paul Kenton- abstract artist, subjects such as landmarks, buildings and culture

Kirsty Whitehead - Book 3 'Development Dress 1' Theme: British Heritage Inspiration: Jennifer Collier & Rita Zepf & Elizabeth Lecourt Technique: Tea Bag Fabric Template, Image Collaging, Waxing, Selected Stitching With Dangling Thread, Collar & Cuff Detail, Button Detail, Photocopied Old Monoprint.

Kirsty Whitehead - Book 3 'Development Dress 1' Theme: British Heritage Inspiration: Jennifer Collier & Rita Zepf & Elizabeth Lecourt Technique: Tea Bag Fabric Template, Image Collaging, Waxing, Selected Stitching With Dangling Thread, Collar & Cuff Detail, Button Detail, Photocopied Old Monoprint.

Aboriginal Dot Art Earth Painting Acrylic paint por RaechelSaunders

Aboriginal Dot Art Earth Painting, Acrylic paint on Canvas Board, Biripi Art,Hand Painted Original, 10cm x 10cm, Brown decor, dot design

Aboriginal Dot Art Earth Painting, Acrylic paint on Canvas Board, Biripi…

Valery Koshlyakov, High-rise on Raushskaya Embankment , saatchi gallery

VALERY KOSHLYAKOV, Saatchi Gallery, London

Valery Koshlyakov, High-rise on Raushskaya Embankment , saatchi gallery The best of both worlds- paint and cardboard.

Amy Eisenfeld Genser Compelling Views from Above inspiration - coiled paper

Amy Eisenfeld Genser - Compelling Views from Above

These works of art from artist Amy Eisenfeld Genser certainly grabbed our attention here at Patternbank.

James Rosenquist

Speaking at a church in Selma, Obama was not a patriarch and not a prophet but the prophesied. “I’m here because somebody marched,” he said. “I’m here because you all sacrificed for me.

My vision of the USA - 50x60 - Mixed Media Art

My vision of the USA - 50x60 - Mixed Media Art

The Design Observer

Jane Waggoner Deschner finds photographs, and then stitches them together in a fabric of life. Now she is sewing the photographs together into wearable photo albums, the garment being a metaphor for the ways we identify ourselves.

My GCSE canvas based around cultural society and how the government is tampering with our minds. You can really see but in her head dress it has newspaper articles from the elections. A final image of this piece is still to be posted

My GCSE canvas based around cultural society and how the government is tampering with our minds. You can really see but in her head dress it has newspaper articles from the elections. A final image of this piece is still to be posted

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