Melting Flora, by Nick Knight

Nick Knight: Flora

"Melting Flora" by Nick Knight. I absolutely love and hate when I see something that looks just like the kind of thing I would paint. Oh, Nick Knight, I'm watching you.

In Death, Beauty by Mr. P de Panama    This is a dried up leaf from a Papaya tree. Each and every one is unique. What was once a 15-18 inch bright green leaf has metamorphosed into a curled up piece of art.

Shows beautiful structures of plants. In Death, Beauty by Mr. P de Panama This is a dried up leaf from a Papaya tree. Each and every one is unique. What was once a inch bright green leaf has metamorphosed into a curled up piece of art.

photographic plant studies of Karl Blossfeldt (1865-1932). I would not have guessed it was that age, it looks modern.

‘Karl Blossfeldt’s photographs were made with a homemade camera that could magnify the subject up to thirty times its actual size. By doing so he revealed extraordinary details within the natural structure of the plants.

mushrooms - by Thabiso Mokokwane, IGCSE Art student from Botswana

Vibrant Illustrations: An A* IGCSE Coursework Project

The fine detail and surface texture in these mushroom drawings is contrasted with experimental mark-making: exemplary handling of media by an IGCSE Art & Design student.

Georgia O’Keeffe (American, 1887-1986), Slightly Open Clam Shell, 1926. Pastel on white ground on paperboard, 18 ½  x 13 in. Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art, Hartford, CT

1926 Georgia O’Keeffe 'Slightly Open Clam Shell'. Pastel on white ground on paperboard 18 ½ x 13 in. Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art, Hartford, CT

Art Forms In Nature (1928) by Karl Blossfeldt. My ex-husband bought me a book of his work and it's inspired my flower photography . ~ETS

Karl Blossfeldt

Black Iris No. 2, 1936 - Georgia O'Keeffe

That’s Art: Georgia O’Keeffe

socialclaustrophobia: ““ Black Iris III, 1926 by Georgia O’Keeffe ” ”

Karl Blossfeldt, photographer. 1932.

Karl Blossfeldt Cajophora lateritia Loasaceae 1932 110 129 EXHIBITION: Karl Blossfeldt at The Whitechapel Gallery

Karl Blossfeldt- The twirls at the top makes it look interesting and different

Karl Blossfeldt, Adiantum Pedatum (American Maidenhair Fern) [ [Young rolled-up fronds enlarged 8 times] Original vintage photogravure.

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