MIRARE

things cool and wonder-ful, to make you smile, dance and ponder miraremh@gmail.com How does your garden grow? at marymaryquitecontrary for all crafts see loopycrafty
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printeresting:

Fetching = Fake Etching; Rob Swainston & Allison Dell share process research from their Frans Masereel Centrum residency  (by Frans Masereel Centrum)

eggagogo:

Paint under tape, lookin good. #happyaccident

eggagogo:

Paint under tape, lookin good. #happyaccident

blueberrymodern:

look at the moon - illustration by leonard - live internet

blueberrymodern:

look at the moon - illustration by leonard - live internet

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jaume-pinya:

Title: Kapalua Hibiscus VIArtist: Meredith PardueYear: 2013Materials/Techniques: Ink, oil, and charcoal on canvas

jaume-pinya:

Title: Kapalua Hibiscus VI
Artist: Meredith Pardue
Year: 2013

Materials/Techniques: Ink, oil, and charcoal on canvas

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(Source: brigittebouquet)

catherinewillis:

a photo of my friend Isabella Ducrot , a Napoletan artist living in Rome, by Nicolas Matheus, and a link to her site. Isabella has recently published a new book: Fallaste corazon ( for the moment only in Italian )

catherinewillis:

a photo of my friend Isabella Ducrot , a Napoletan artist living in Rome, by Nicolas Matheus, and a link to her site. Isabella has recently published a new book: Fallaste corazon ( for the moment only in Italian )

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cristiana couceiro designinspiration

cristiana couceiro designinspiration


“Naissance d’une galaxie” (1969) - A painting by Max Ernst.
From the Beyeler Fondation Collection.

“Naissance d’une galaxie” (1969) - A painting by Max Ernst.

From the Beyeler Fondation Collection.

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curtain closeup

curtain closeup

printeresting:

(via Kate Vickery)-A great studio shot.

printeresting:

(via Kate Vickery)
-A great studio shot.

Learning Never Ends Fab.comBy 1925, former student Josef Albers was the first to join the faculty at the Bauhaus as a “master.”  In his own words, Albers’s primary purpose as an artist was: “To open eyes.”

Learning Never Ends
Fab.com
By 1925, former student Josef Albers was the first to join the faculty at the Bauhaus as a “master.”  In his own words, Albers’s primary purpose as an artist was: “To open eyes.”