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From the beginning, artists have also been scientists. Alchemists who mix their own paint, study the effects of color and learn how we perceive light. Though our scientific understanding is as great as it has ever been, there are still a plethora of artists who continue to use this knowledge to break new ground with […]
Pamela Ott saved to Art
A new book captures stunning works by an artist who uses nature, and his own body, as a medium
Let's create a dazzling beach mandala: learn how to draw a mandala and enjoy this beach combing & crafts activity with your kids.
Галина Аксенова saved to пикселяция
Who is the best artist of all? This could be a question that could be the hardest as well as the easiest to answer. Tough because no artist likes to admit that some other artist is better than him or her and easy because the answer is obvious – Mother Nature is the best artist of all! We all know that artists from the beginnings of time have always taken their inspiration from nature and this has always led to some magnificent works of art. In fact taking Mother Nature is a great way to use…
Lucy Wilhelm saved to art
Martin Hill and Philippa Jones create wonderful—but temporary—works of art in remote corners of the globe
Architectural Digest saved to Inspiring Art
Description Leaves laid in spiral patterns ------------------------------------- Zu Spiralmustern gelegte Blätter
Tali Anne Grosz saved to ART
here is where I write about things that interest me; meandermind.tumblr.com "All our progress is an unfolding, like a vegetable bud. You have first an instinct, then an opinion, then a knowledge as the plant has root, bud, and fruit. Trust the instinct to the end, though you can render no reason." Ralph Waldo Emerson The best collection of land art images on the web here
Laura Wood saved to Photography
Installed earlier this summer at the Chatham Historic Dockyard, Ephemeral Rays is a new work by artist Charlotte Smith. The piece consists of several hundred lights on filaments that fill a large window of a galvanizing shop. Of the work she shares: Originally installed at Chatham Historic Dockyard, Ephemeral Rays depicted the volume of a fleeting ray of light beaming through a window of the Galvanising Shop. Reinstalled at Turner Contemporary the work evolved into a new form; drawing on the…
Anastasia Z saved to PPT images
Andy Goldsworthy is a British sculptor, renowned in his field, that creates temporary installations out of sticks and stones, and anything and everything else that he finds outside. The son of a mathematician, Goldsworthy grew up working on farms before eventually getting his BA from what is now the University of Central Lancashire. "A lot of my work is like picking potatoes," he told the Guardian. "You have to get into the rhythm of it."
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