Embroidered Perfection: The Art of Shaun Kardinal

Embroidered postcards of landscapes WHO? American Artist Shaun Cardinal WHY? Cross curricular link with stitch, interesting idea of doing a series of piece using a different geometric pattern each time.

Ruth Beeley: St George's School, Hertfordshire England 2011. Sketchbook page for A Level Art Coursework final artwork, exploring the theme of war. Prisoners of war are depicted using biro pen on an ink and acrylic background.

War: A Personal Connection (A Level Art)

Ruth Beeley: St George's School, Hertfordshire England Sketchbook page for A Level Art Coursework final artwork, exploring the theme of war. Prisoners of war are depicted using biro pen on an ink and acrylic background.

Ruth Beeley: St George's School, Hertfordshire England 2011. Sketchbook page for A Level Art Coursework final artwork. Indian ink used to draw soldiers landing at Arzeu in WWII.

War: A Personal Connection (A Level Art)

Ruth Beeley: St George's School, Hertfordshire England Sketchbook page for A Level Art Coursework final artwork. Indian ink used to draw soldiers landing at Arzeu in WWII.

Eric Kennington ‘Making Soldiers: In the Trenches’, c.1917 - the soldier has protected the barrel of his rifle from mud and water with a piece of cloth wrapped around the muzzle.

Eric Kennington, 'Making Soldiers: In the Trenches' circa 1917

Frances Pickering - Textile Artist This appeals to me a lot, since for a brief time, I portrayed a British Red Cross nurse at an amazing WWI reenactment in Southeastern Pennsylvania. Alas, living in Illinois makes it virtually impossible for me to keep on doing it, but it was a special time for me -- I was the only British Red Cross nurse at the time, and did all the research on my own -- and was basically accepted. I had a lot of help from the British Red Cross museum in London.

Frances Pickering is a textile artist and teacher who specialises in unique handmade books and journals

Frances Pickering - Textile Artist

Frances Pickering is a textile artist and teacher who specialises in unique handmade books and journals

fine arts ten local artists being embedded with british troops

fine arts ten local artists being embedded with british troops

William James Aylward depicted a soldier looking down at the grave of his bunk mate in His Bunkie.. (National Museum of American History).

This Riveting Art From the Front Lines of World War I Has Gone Largely Unseen for Decades

Art from the front lines of World War I. William James Aylward depicted a soldier looking down at the grave of his bunk mate in “His Bunkie”,

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