My broken body - glass art Inspiration- stained glass piece using scrap glass in a similar shape.

My broken body

My broken body - glass art Inspiration- stained glass piece using scrap glass in a similar shape. From Australian artist and sculptor Sue Tilley. She works predominantly in found metal and glass, and working with the community, for the community.

Tuck In Your Artifice, It’s Showing: an interesting perspective on the purpose and execution of art

Tuck In Your Artifice, It’s Showing

Here in this picture I can really feel what the cracked wall feels like. The texture is all cracked and hard. Texture is the surface quality or feel of an object,roughness,smooth,soft etc.

This is the Out like a Lion Music Festival Image. Another case of the most simplest option being the best. Eventually in my career I’l...

Sydney Smith This is the Out like a Lion Music Festival Image. Another case of the most simplest option being the best.

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MOOD BOARD

A mood board about my favourite colour: Grey! So flattering in clothing as well as interiors providing a great backdrop and base for pops of colour.

Art is supposed to comfort the disturbed, and disturb the comfortable.

Beautiful sculpture from Elmwood Cemetery in Tennessee. Photo by Thomas Hawk.

‘Willful self-deception III’ by Guy Denning

WILLFUL SELF-DECEPTION-III, Guy Denning (English self taught contemporary artist/painter based in France. He is the founder of The Neomodern Group and part of the urban art scene in Bristol.

Kevin Cooley - Controlled Burns

The pyromaniac in me loves these dramatic swirly images of fire and smoke. They are part of ‘Controlled Burns’, a photo series by photographer Kevin Cooley. Cooley was inspired by

exquisitely detailed line drawing  I think this line drawing is amazing because the close attention to detail, and the line variety. Also, not to mention the skill this person has.

Pen and ink flower. "Pen and ink of a flower is usually heavy on exaggerated values to deepen effect of curves in images. This is most of the time very necessary in the choice of subject." - Carlo de Leon Art Opinions™ LOVE this

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