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Oh. My. This is the work of Scottish artist Emily Moore. Elegant compositions, stunning color choices, and delicate lines. Those branches… sigh. This is some of her work from 2014/2015 but some of her latest pieces can be seen at the Edinburgh Collage Collective Exhibition, which opens this Wednesday night, November 23rd 7~11pm. If you’re in Edinburgh… GO!

Oh. My. This is the work of Scottish artist Emily Moore. Elegant compositions, stunning color choices, and delicate lines. Those branches… sigh. This is some of her work from 2014/2015 but some of her latest pieces can be seen at the Edinburgh Collage Collective Exhibition, which opens this Wednesday night, November 23rd 7~11pm. If you’re in Edinburgh… GO!

"O" is for Ornament. Preschool art We did this in my 3 year old class. First we painted the letter "O" green, our color for the week, then glittered the wet paint. After it dried we glued them to construction paper and filled the center of the letter with glue and confetti. Added the top and hook last! Loved them!

from issuu

CREATIV 1.4

what do you need: a canvas, tape, lots of paint 1. make lots of lines with the tape 2. paint the pieces where isn't paint in fun colors 3. when it's dry, take the tape of and paint what's white (or leave it like that) 4. done!

from TWO IF BY SEA STUDIOS

The Halfway Point of 2015

Daily journal pages by Brittney Zeller-Holland from Two If By Sea Studios; she also has a Tumblr account where she frequently posts her sketchbook work: http://twoifbyseastudios.tumblr.com/ #art_journal

'In the Beginning', 1916 by Paul Klee / 'Everything vanishes around me, and works are born as if out of the void. Ripe, graphic fruits fall off. My hand has become the obedient instrument of a remote will.' Paul Klee