Henrique Oliveira. Art. Sculpture. Installation. Tree. Growth. Destroy. www-origin-of-style.com

amazing sculptural installations from Brazilian artist, Henrique Oliveira. The pieces encompass wood, hardware and paint techniques to create these astounding installations.

Valerie Hegarty’s “Woman in White with Flowers”    i like how the artists has used to brances moulded into the flat surface of the painting and how the bbranches erupt from the painting in no particular pattern, the idea of nature erupting and ruining a mnamade thing such as a painting is an interesting idea for my exam project.

Valerie Hegarty's “Woman in White with Flowers” from her terrific new show at Nicelle Beauchene Gallery, Figure, Flowers, Fruit (through October

Anthropomorphic Installation Artwork - Henrique Oliveira Creates Realistic Installation Art (GALLERY)

Baitogogo, Tangled Branch Installation at the Palais de Tokyo in Paris

Recently installed at the Palais de Tokyo in Paris, this gigantic Gordian Knot of architectural columns was constructed by Brazilian artist Henrique Oliveira who is known for his near complete organic transformations of interior and exterior spaces

Aleksey Bedny - Minimalistic photography Showing the stages of matche's life which is interesting as we don't look at it as a living thing.

Burnt Matches in Black and White - By Alexey Menschikov You might also like Sources: Alexey Menschikov

Kath Girdler Engler

It felt like my head was growing a tree this morning. Paper pulp and found object sculpture by Kathleen Girdler Engler

Reminds me of Karl Blossfelt. Stark and almost metallic. It looks like a strong structure even though it is a delecate leaf.

Art in Nature - heart shaped leaves intricate leaf vein patterns - organic texture inspiration; black white plant photography, lighting harder to capture detailed texture, one light source to the left.

David Jackson, a British photographer, uses a technique called stereographic projection to turn landscapes and familiar landmarks into mini planets. Stereographic projection is a form of digital processing that shows a 360-degree spherical panorama as a flat image.

David Jackson, a British photographer, uses a technique called stereographic projection to turn landscapes and familiar landmarks into mini planets. Stereographic projection is a form of digital processing that shows a spherical panorama as a flat image.

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