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triangulationblog: Shane Mcadams - Ball point pen paintings
triangulationblog:

Shane Mcadams - Ball point pen paintings

triangulationblog:

Shane Mcadams - Ball point pen paintings

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darksilenceinsuburbia: Caitlin Hackett. Ashes To Ashes.
darksilenceinsuburbia:

Caitlin Hackett. Ashes To Ashes.

darksilenceinsuburbia:

Caitlin Hackett. Ashes To Ashes.

darksilenceinsuburbia: Joshua Hibbert. http://joshuahibbert.blogspot.com/
darksilenceinsuburbia:

Joshua Hibbert.
http://joshuahibbert.blogspot.com/

darksilenceinsuburbia:

Joshua Hibbert.

http://joshuahibbert.blogspot.com/

darksilenceinsuburbia: Barbara Hauser. Fortuna, 2010. A snowy and cold day here, just browsing through artists in a coffee shop :D
darksilenceinsuburbia:

Barbara Hauser. Fortuna, 2010. 

A snowy and cold day here, just browsing through artists in a coffee shop :D

darksilenceinsuburbia:

Barbara Hauser. Fortuna, 2010.

A snowy and cold day here, just browsing through artists in a coffee shop :D

dempow: WESTEAXNA RīCE Dryads in the woods By Grant Simon Rogers
dempow:

WESTEAXNA RīCE
Dryads in the woods
By Grant Simon Rogers

dempow:

WESTEAXNA RīCE

Dryads in the woods

By Grant Simon Rogers

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artchipel: Nu Ryu - Forest |  Under the water. Pastels on fabric, 28x44inches (2008) [Tumblr Monday with artandopinion]
artchipel:

Nu Ryu - Forest |  Under the water. Pastels on fabric, 28x44inches (2008)
[Tumblr Monday with artandopinion]

artchipel:

Nu Ryu - Forest |  Under the water. Pastels on fabric, 28x44inches (2008)

[Tumblr Monday with artandopinion]

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Amazing Chain Sculptures by Seo Young
crashinglybeautiful: Vivian Maier, Self-Portrait (Shadow on Wood) ca. 1960s, Steven Kasher Gallery with thanks to Woods Lot. What makes Maier unique is that her pictures were made for no one, not even herself. They weren’t printed at all. They are pure witness. She records but never plays back. Her pictures have no intention but to represent what her curiosity and her feelings demand. That demand must have been pressing indeed, to generate so much meticulous work.
crashinglybeautiful:

Vivian Maier, Self-Portrait (Shadow on Wood) ca. 1960s, Steven Kasher Gallery with thanks to Woods Lot.
What makes Maier unique is that her pictures were made for no one, not even herself. They weren’t printed at all. They are pure witness. She records but never plays back. Her pictures have no intention but to represent what her curiosity and her feelings demand. That demand must have been pressing indeed, to generate so much meticulous work.

crashinglybeautiful:

Vivian Maier, Self-Portrait (Shadow on Wood) ca. 1960s, Steven Kasher Gallery with thanks to Woods Lot.

What makes Maier unique is that her pictures were made for no one, not even herself. They weren’t printed at all. They are pure witness. She records but never plays back. Her pictures have no intention but to represent what her curiosity and her feelings demand. That demand must have been pressing indeed, to generate so much meticulous work.

crashinglybeautiful: Léonard Misonne, Les chênes (1912). Thank you, benjaminhilts & themetropolitanline.
crashinglybeautiful:

Léonard Misonne, Les chênes (1912). Thank you, benjaminhilts & themetropolitanline.

crashinglybeautiful:

Léonard Misonne, Les chênes (1912). Thank you, benjaminhilts & themetropolitanline.

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