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A challenge project idea for a quilting group: make a stamp, stamp fabric, make a pouch out of your fabric every month! Show it. Tell it, Gift it. Always having a gift ready....now, that's a good thing!
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a challenge for the new year, and a giveaway (Spotted Stone)

Last year, artist and maker Jen Hewett did something really cool that she called "52 Weeks of Printmaking." I first learned about her on Instagram and really admired her work. And I always thought her

"Found in Nature" - By Rosenthal. A collection of litter transformed into minimalist works of art.

"Found in Nature” Turns Pollution into the Solution

He’s not your average artist; in fact, he works with trash found littered along highways and on beaches across the country. Barry Rosenthal is a New York photographer who stumbled onto using trash as an artistic medium after years of shooting plants in nature and realizing there was so much garbage littering these areas.

NARRATIVE PORTRAITS OF NYC SUBWAY RIDERS BY CHRIS RUSSELL

Juxtapoz Magazine - Narrative Portraits of NYC Subway Riders by Chris Russell

NARRATIVE PORTRAITS OF NYC SUBWAY RIDERS BY CHRIS RUSSELL

Andrea Joseph Thought processes displayed artistically. Doodles. Exciting to look at, amusing and confusing.

oh tonight

this drawing was made with a four colour ballpoint blogged here; andreajoseph24.blogspot.com/

EMILY BLICOE’S SUGAR SERIES
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Emily Blincoe's Sugar Series

How sweet is Emily Blincoe's Sugar Series?

'Have you got a pen?'     Just <3 Andrea Joseph's artwork. The colourfulness and the realism.

andrea joseph's sketchblog

Recently I've got into the habit of doing a little sketch before bed. I've always been a late night creative, I cannot go to bed if I haven't drawn at least a little something or other. But a theme has emerged, as it so often does. I have a little sketchbook that I'd sort of given the theme 'cats and dogs', but, as usual, I'd only filled in a few pages. Then, So I dug it out again and began doing a little drawing of my old cat each night. I wanted to do something that was 'live' (not that…