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ruth asawa, sculpture. She makes giant knitted forms. They are great.

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Peeling Wall, Old wallpapers texture // vintage

Artist: Alvaro Gomez Title: Unknown Material: Picture I like this picture because it is a very rough texture with a soft touch. I mean When you run your hand across it it would be rough but in between the rough spots are spots of softness.

What makes this work, besides the tight color relationship in the blues, is the outlining of the multiple layers. This could be a handsome project for very young children if you control the palette when they create the papers.

Ash glaze mug mat powder by Japanese ceramic artist Miya Ryusaku. via ameblo

Heather Knight (elementclaystudio) www.etsy.com/... Part of my textured tile collection, I call this one "Magnolia".Hand formed with the finest porcelain clay, this micro tile measures approximately 5" square and 2.5" inches deep.** I left the surface unglazed to accentuate that ethereal quality of translucency that only porcelain can give. It is high fired, lending durability to the clay as well as moisture resistance.