Poppy skeleton // I loved this picture and I am definitely going to draw it with pencil or maybe even try make it with wire

woman-taken-by-the-wind: moonlightrainbow: iamnot-thereforeithink: sweetpeapath: aunatural Remains of the summer Poppy seed head. by practicalowl (via iyoupapa)

Tree weaving. Repinned by teacher Elizabeth VanBuskirk, author of the upcoming book "Beyond the Stones of Machu Picchu: Folk Tales and Stories of Inca Life." (Thrums Books 12/1/13) On Art & Weaving Teaching Ideas. Inspiration for a weaving done in any place.

Environmental art: Bronwyn Berman beach weaving - The wave land art installation great texture ,shape and use of natural materials.

Kint [Artzu Art Gallery] Amazing figure sculpted in wire! http://www.artzu.co.uk/artist/judit-rabozky/kint/

I think this represents what my life feels like! Kint [Artzu Art Gallery] Amazing figure sculpted in wire

"Cairn I" janilaine mainprize mixed media, (glass dome not shown) Art@41

"Cairn I" janilaine mainprize mixed media, (glass dome not shown) - Do you like Look at structure of food

Gil: ARAME, arte, artesanato, o que é possível fazer .........

I've never really been a big fan of wire art but this one interests me. I think its the texture on the canvas and how the wire seams to transform from a line drawing on the canvas to a 3 dimensional design. Wire art by Tammy Smith

"The project is the latest in a series of successful biomimetic investigations by the Institute of Computational Design (ICD) and the Institute of Building Structures and Structural Design (ITKE). This pavilion studies the naturally lightweight structures of the beetle elytra, a protective shell for the wings and abdomen of a beetle." Architect: Nam Hoang

Gallery of ICD-ITKE Research Pavilion 2013-14 / ICD-ITKE University of Stuttgart - 18

Research Pavilion 2014 Nam Hoang "The project is the latest in a series of successful biomimetic investigations by the Institute of Computational Design (ICD) and the Institute of Building Structures.

Dame Barbara Hepworth ‘Orpheus (Maquette 2) (Version II)’, 1956, edition 1959© Bowness, Hepworth Estate

Non-objective and Biomorphic Sculpture

Barbara Hepworth ‘Orpheus (Maquette (Version II)’, edition Bowness, Hepworth Estate Sculpture and string

pineapple sculpture

Market news: Constable landscapes, Francois Pinault and antique Roman vessels

The 10 most subversive women artists in history | Art and design ...

The 10 most subversive women artists in history

Maman, Louise Bourgeois, at the Tate Modern, London Even as a bit of an arachnophobe, I'm liking this.

Emily Rigney, a fourth-year art and biology student at VIU, has created replicas of jellyfish made from discarded water bottles and garbage bags that wash up on Nanaimo beaches.

The shimmering replicas of jellyfish may look fanciful but Vancouver Island University biology and art student Emily Rigney makes a serious statement with her sculpture created from shoreline trash.

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