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Rudolph van Empel graduated Cum Laude from the Academie St. Joost, Breda (1976–1981) as a graphic designer. In the mid-nineties, he decided to develop himself further as a visual artist. His international breakthrough came with his series of works entitled World, Moon, Venus (2005–2008). These were first exhibited , in the George Eastman House. Van Empel constructs his works through staged photography, digital enhancement and collage. More

Ruud van Empel: Photoworks 1995-2010

I love everything about this! Does anyone know who is the artist? I have another pin which is similar, but no artist's name was given. The name of the artist is Ruud van Empel, a Dutch photographer.

Margaret Boozer, Black Pacific (detail), 2011,  black stoneware and porcelain,  88" x 45" x 1"

on the wall, Margaret Boozer, "Black Pacific" (detail), Black stoneware and porcelain.

Lovely exploration of Matisse for artists young and old...

Arte e bambini: Matisse - Fun Matisse project for little artists. This uses paper and glue, but felt shapes could be a fun activity too.

Dimitra Milan, art, painting

Interview: 16-Year-Old Artist Dimitra Milan Paints Her Wildest Dreams

Eduardo Dimitra Milan, Paint - watercolour I like how much detail these artworks hold. At first glance they look like realistic portraits, but every time you look again you find something new

Studio :: Keli McKinley Hansen , Love the rooms that look like they are being used and enjoyed. Mine is messy, creating is messy for me!

Studio :: Keli McKinley Hansen , Love the rooms that look like they are being used and enjoyed. pigeon hole is a must for a studio !

pinwheels for peace project with introduction to 5 abstract artists/art forms and 5 techniques great start of year project- watercolor washes, opaque watercolor technique (staying inside lines), pointillism, op art, pollock, modrian, monet (I think)

pinwheels project with introduction to 5 abstract artists/art forms and 5 techniques great start of year project- watercolor washes, opaque watercolor technique (staying inside lines), pointillism, op art, pollock. A fun lesson for my line unit!

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