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Natural Sculpture

Collection by Kiera Lane

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pauline verrinder, I love the use of machine embroidery to reflect the fragile image of a leaf skeleton. I am inspired by the creative form and structure of this piece. Textile Texture, Textile Fiber Art, Textile Artists, Fabric Textures, Organic Forms, Natural Forms, Textiles Techniques, Art Techniques, Sculpture Textile

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Hussein Chalayan at Paris Fashion Week Spring 2004 - Runway Photos World Of Fashion, High Fashion, Paris Fashion, Womens Fashion, Steampunk Fashion, Gothic Fashion, Fashion Details, Timeless Fashion, Fashion Design

Hussein Chalayan at Paris Fashion Week Spring 2004

Hussein Chalayan at Paris Fashion Week Spring 2004 - Runway Photos

Andy Goldsworthy throwing sand and water - photo by Julian Goldsworthy Music Film, Art Music, Andy Goldworthy, Alien Art, Sand And Water, Environmental Art, Illusions, Assessment, Artist

Andy Goldsworthy throwing sand and water - photo by Julian Goldsworthy

An image of Leaf throws, Blairgowerie, Perthshire, Tayside, 3 January 1989 by Andy Goldsworthy Andy Goldsworthy, Leaf Images, January, Tapestry, Sculpture, This Or That Questions, Natural, Artist, Hanging Tapestry

An image of Leaf throws, Blairgowerie, Perthshire, Tayside, 3 January 1989 by Andy Goldsworthy

Is Throwing Seaweed Art? It Is for Andy Goldsworthy - Creators Andy Goldsworthy, Mud Paint, Altar Design, Picture Watch, Wind Sculptures, Gallery Website, Colored Sand, Cow Art, Environmental Art

Is Throwing Seaweed Art? It Is for Andy Goldsworthy

Seaweed and colored sand go flying in a new exhibition of the land artist's photography.