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Christian Graniou-Watercolor.

Artist: Christian Graniou Water colourist Some gentle watercolours today :) Enjoy.

Artist Joanna Wirazka uses fallen leaves as canvases to create beautiful landscapes artworks

Self-Taught Polish Artist Joanna Wirazka Uses Fallen Autumn Leaves As Canvases For Her Paintings

karen beneditti. a city point of view, mixed media on canvas

a city point of view, mixed media on canvas. Long shape for the image of a city point, same techniques could be used for the Black Country buildings.

ARTFINDER: "Urban Epic" by Tatiana Iliina - Original Palette Knife Cityscape Painting. Sides of the canvas are painted black. Protective coat of varnish applied. The painting is signed on the fro...

"Urban Epic"

ARTFINDER: "Urban Epic" by Tatiana Iliina - Original Palette Knife Cityscape Painting. Sides of the canvas are painted black. Protective coat of varnish applied. The painting is signed on the fro.

Something a bit Harry Potter about this bus. It must be the one that takes him to Diagon Alley!

Something a bit Harry Potter about this bus. It must be the one that takes him to Diagon Alley! A red double decker bus, abstract. :) It looks like it was finished in pastels.

Mixed-Media Architecture with Frottage - John Piper influenced - John Piper (1903 – 1992) is considered to be one of the most significant British artists of the 20th Century

John Piper St Matthias, Stoke Newington, London: by William Butterfield’, 1964 © The Piper Estate

Layered Oxford by Emmie van Biervliet - Mixed media on board 16 x 24ins http://www.emmievb.com/index.php/gallery/recent-work

Layered Oxford by Emmie van Biervliet - Mixed media on board 16 x (ars) what about painting iconic buildings from all the places that i've lived and have made up who I am?

I love the abstract of the people in the foreground versus the detailed Big Ben behind - this explores the relationship between the people and places again. Rupert Van Wyk, 2011

I love the abstract of the people in the foreground versus the detailed Big Ben behind - this explores the relationship between the people and places again. Rupert Van Wyk, 2011 Discuss how time passes, what changes and what stays the same

Transparent Cities. The way Johnson has made it look like these figures are moving is amazing.

Geoffrey Johnson, Gold & Black, Oil on panel, 40 x 30 inches

Parliament View by Paul Kenton - 2

Parliament View by Paul Kenton - 2 Wax resist inspiration Tired work inspiration