Bloom Blanket : 180 Triangles to make a 140cm x 150cm blanket
Charcoal, Bloom Blankets
Bloom Blanket // Charcoal
Necklaces Hands, Berber Necklaces, Rif Mountain, Mountain Morocco, Rare Items, Fatima Hands, Morocco Rare, Fatima Rif, Resins Beads
Africa Old Berber Necklace Hand of Fatima Rif Mountains Morocco RARE Item | eBay
Africa | Old Berber Necklace - Hand of Fatima - Rif Mountains, Morocco. | Mid 20th century or earlier. | Glass and resin beads, buttons. | 179$
Photo. Street art. Metal grate.
Grilled D Arbr, Details, Trees Grateful, Metals, Street Art, Posts, Irons Grateful, Street Grateful Art, Design
Trees Grilled, Metals Grilled, Grateful Design, Metals Grateful, Trees Grateful, Rotting Iron, Start Post. From: Natura › graffitialbum.com
creative tree grate design detail
Spirit Carrier -carved coconutshell
Sands, Installations Object Sculpture, Lamps Shades, Ceramics Shells, Art, Coconutshel Holey, Mosquitoes Coil, Coconut Shells Crafts, Carvings Coconutshel
Cut half lengthwise drill holes sand
// carved coconutshell Holey
// carved coconutshell MUST BE BEAUTIFUL AS LAMP SHADE
// carved coconutshell for mosquito coil
Marion Hamilton - Contemporary pyrite and flourite strung with 19th c. bronze spirals from Nigeria and bronze mini fertility beads from Kenya
Ethnic Jewelry, Jewelry Inspiration, Bronze Spirals, Minis Fertility, Tribal Jewelry, Bronze Minis, Crazy Jewelry, Art Jewelry, Fertility Beads
Contemporary pyrite and flourite strung with 19th c. bronze spirals from Nigeria and bronze mini fertility beads from Kenya - $350
Person Asks Online For Advice On How To Deal With Grief. This Reply Is Incredible.
Old Mans, Grief, Beautiful Descriptive, Inspiration, Quotes, Living, Deals, Grieving, Beautiful Things
Person Asks Online For Advice On How To Deal With Grief. This Reply Is Incredible. ~ life death & surviving ~ inspire
Person Asks Online For Advice On How To Deal With Grief. This Reply Is Incredible. Old man responds by comparing it to a ship wreck, with waves of grief.
This is the most beautiful thing I've ever read.....
A beautiful description of living through grief...
● Jun Kaneko ● Ceramic (The sculptures will dry for a year and then fired for about 3 months in a massive kiln.)
Coil Pots, Artists Studios, Jun Kaneko, Ceramics Pottery Art, Junkaneko, Ceramic Sculptures, Art Projects, Ceramics Artists, High Schools
the fabulous ceramic sculptures of jun kaneko
Jun Kaneko- Remember making coil pots from clay? The WAY next level...
this is how unfinished art projects feel: Jun Kaneko ●
Jun Kaneko is a Japanese ceramic artist living in Omaha, Nebraska, in the United States. In 1942 he was born in Nagoya, Japan, where he studied painting during his high school years
Artist Studio | Jun Kaneko.
Veste blanche - Françoise Hoffmann Texte Michel Butor
Butor Feutre, Textiles, Book, Clothing Felted Fib, Felt Inspiration, Dresses Skirts Tops Pants 2, 600 860 Pixel, 669 960 Pixel, Amazing Dresses
Veste blanche - Françoise Hoffmann Texte Michel Butor Feutre hybride laine et soie Exposition Novembre 2014
La Boutique Extraordinaire - Monique Poirier
Monique Poirier, 2010 Crochet, Hands Dyed, Crochet Jackets, Crochetjacket Kelly751, Crochet Knitt, 2Dayslook Crochetjacket, Crochet Inspiration, Crochet Cardigans
Hand dyed and crocheted cardigan with inserts of old kashmir stoles - Monique Poirier - 2010 Crochet Jacket #2dayslook #CrochetJacket #kelly751 #lily25789 #anoukblokker http://2dayslook.com www.2dayslook.com
Sofia Bjorkman "natural born jewellery" (jewelry with nails)
Sculpture Jewellery, Born Jewellery, Jewellery Design, Necklaces, Artists Sofia, Jewelry Artists, Jewellery Recycled Materials, Swedish Artists
Jewelry created by Swedish artist Sofia Bjorkman
Sofia Bjorkman, jewelry artist; found objects.
Sofia Bjorkman, necklace from Natural Born Jewellery, 2011. Sweden.
MAN’S ‘DIAMOND SIS’ COAT/ Charlie Logan (1893–1984), 1978–1984, various fabrics covered with yarn and thread embroidery, trimmed with buttons, coins, tassels, and American flags, with metal and rhinestones, 32 × 17 ½ in., collection Philadelphia Museum of Art, 125th Anniversary Acquisition, gift of the Friends of the Philadelphia Museum of Art and partial gift of Kate and Ken Anderson, 1998. Photo © Philadelphia Museum of Art.
American Flag, Partial Gifts, Photo
Basketry base for a ceramic pot; INGATA Tutsi people Rwanda and Burundi 20th century Plant fibers, coiling
Plants Fiber, Century Plants, Tutsi People, Ceramics Can, Tribal Art, Africans Art, Fiber Art, Ceramic Pots, People Rwanda
Basketry Container Kasai Region DR Congo First half 20th century Raffia and natural fibers