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Alexander calder was one of the first artists I truly felt a strong connection with at a young age. Cy Twombley is wonderful. I also enjoy william turner- there are no need for descriptions when you look at his paintings. There is such a depth of feeling. A lot of my pins are images that intrigue me of art I didn't know about or I find exciting. There is no reason for boredom in this world when there are so many wonderful things to look at.
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Work above by artist Claire Oswalt

Could use removable tape on the back of torn baby art to make collages. Work above by artist Claire Oswalt

Rachel Louise is doing some art defacing mixed media. see more artworks by Rachel Louise here.

FACELESS

Faceless

Paint-over-Photo Collage A photo has been printed, then pastel paint was painted over the face. I like the simplicity of this collage, but it still looks really nice. If I were to do this form, I would do it as a series.

Janet Echelman’s sculptures are woven — much like fishing net — and their light, mesh material allows them to move fluidly in the sky, morphing and billowing in the wind like some sort of strange, beautiful, grandma-knitted Northern Lights.

American artist Janet Echelman reshapes urban airspace with monumental, fluidly moving sculpture that responds to environmental forces including wind, water, and sunlight. A transporting 10 minutes of pure creativity speaking at TED.

Artists' Books I love the intimacy of the book form and the myriad ways it can be used to create and share meaning. I enjoy sculptural bookworks and those that can be held in the hand. Artists’ book excel in that space between public and private; they allow you to observe and engage with

Artists' Books I love the intimacy of the book form and the myriad ways it can be used to create and share meaning. I enjoy sculptural bookworks and those that can be held in the hand. Artists’ book excel in that space between public and private;

In recent months, Ariele Alasko's work has become even more sculptural: chubby, U-shaped brushes; thick, bleached squiggles; chain-linked chunks of cherry.

In recent months, Ariele Alasko's work has become even more sculptural: chubby, U-shaped brushes; chain-linked chunks of cherry.

Jeff Bartlett

Explore Peru! A travel photography workshop

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