An A* GCSE Art Exam: Force
This GCSE Art exam was awarded full marks and explores a fantasy / spiritualistic interpretation of the topic 'Force'. It was completed by Samantha Li, while studying at West Island School, Hong Kong.
Pinspiration 15th - Interesting Planters | Whats Ur Home Story
These days I haven’t been on Pinterest much. No particular reason why. I think I already have way too many pins. Realized it when I pinned something on one of my boards more than once! So now I pin only things that I absolutely love and like the rest. Still, Pinterest is a great place to...Read More »
'Ara Mara Amara (Three Beautiful Graces Faces sculpture)' by Paola Grizi
A sculpture titled 'Ara Mara Amara (Three Beautiful Graces Faces sculpture)' by artist Paola Grizi in the category Emerging Form or Face or Feature sculpture statue statuette for sale. This sculpture has the dimensions of 40 x 29 x 21 cm, the sculpture is sculpted from a medium of 'terracotta'. Young Female Face Unique Contemporary Semi Abstract Modern statuette sculpture for sale for Indoors Inside Interior Decoration in the House or Home or Library or Study by the Imaginative and Exciting…
Paper Sculptures by Justine Khamara | Gift Ideas | Creative Spotting
Talented Australian artist Justine Khamara made those amazing sculptures by distorting and giving a whole new life with old cutted and assembled photos. A
Wonderfully Distorted Sculptures Created From Cut Portrait Photos
Artist Justine Khamara transforms her portrait photography into intricate and wonderfully distorted cut sculptures. Khamara starts with a photo of a face
The missing puzzle piece would be like a violin, or a drawing pencil, or just anything that's essential to the person's identity. Something they're passionate about.
High school Art student paints three generations of her family
This article features the outstanding paintings and drawings of Sophie Cahill, completed as part of her A Level Personal Investigation in her final year of high school.
AgeMaps - Bobby Neel Adams - Photographer
Recently came across this really interesting work of the photographer Bobby Neel Adams. Called 'AgeMaps' "Two photographs of the same person, from different periods in time