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  • Bethany Koch

    Coco de Paris is a mixed media designer who paints on antique french paper. I'm in love with the flamingos!

  • Kristel Butler

    inspiration...kids painting on newspaper or old book pages!

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    Coco de Paris, a mixed media designer, paints charming and humorous creatures on antique french paper. This series in particular was illustrated on “La Petit Illustration,” a weekly French literary journal that published plays, novels, and short stories in the 1920s. So in addition to owning an incredibly unique piece of art, you’ll own a little bit of French history. Cool, huh?

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Coco de Paris, a mixed media designer, paints charming and humorous creatures on antique french paper. This series in particular was illustrated on “La Petit Illustration,” a weekly French literary journal that published plays, novels, and short stories in the 1920s. So in addition to owning an incredibly unique piece of art, you’ll own a little bit of French history. Cool, huh?

Coco de Paris, a mixed media designer, paints charming and humorous creatures on antique french paper. This series in particular was illustrated on “La Petit Illustration,” a weekly French literary journal that published plays, novels, and short stories in the 1920s. So in addition to owning an incredibly unique piece of art, you’ll own a little bit of French history. Cool, huh?

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"Tree" by carambatack - mixed media illustration . Pencil,gel pen, ink, acrylic paint and marker drawing on a vintage book page from 1892.

Mixed feelings by Fumiko Toda. What an interesting art idea to teach the kids what mixed feelings means and then have them use this as a model to paint the idea.

Lobster from Dictionnaire universel d'histoire naturelle. v. 3 1849 - Atlas (Zoologie-Botanique) Paris :Chez les editeurs MM. Renard, Martinet et cie, rue et Hotel Mignon, 2 (quartier de l'École-de-Médecine) ; et chez Langlois et Leclercq, rue de la Harpe, 81 ; Victor Masson, Place de l'Ecole-de-Médecin1847-1849

Pierre Choque, Commémoration de la mort d’Anne, reine de France, duchesse de Bretagne, Paris; c. 1514-1515

My photographs are primarily a documentation of a physical evolution. I have changed a common object into sculpture in a state of flux. - Cara Barer

Ellsworth Kelly. Apples. Paris, 1949. Pencil on paper, 17 x 22 1/8" (43.4 x 56.4 cm), MoMA. contour line: describes the visible, outer and inner edges of a form, mass, figure or object; may suggest space, depth, weight, light, shadow, etc. "When you draw lines curving around the surface, or contour, of an object, you give that object volume. You make that object appear to be popping out of the paper." Mark Kistler.

By Lauren Treece Lauren Treece+ Add Contact This photo was taken on December 12, 2007.