Free Downloadable Illustration about Anxiety.

Dear friend, Long time no see! I hope that you're doing well. Over here on my side things are great, a lot going on, and it's all positive. It's hard to believe that I have been absent from this blog for over a year. I've missed you but you have been in my thoughts. I...
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Mari Andrews’ Minimalistic Sculptures.

I'm so in love with Mari Andrews' work! Here is what the artists says: "My work has evolved out of years of drawing and obsessive collecting. Through sculpture I weave these two actions together. Wire, pine needles, branches and other linear material carry on the...
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Folded Plywood Sculptures by Harry Roseman.

  Harry Roseman is a sculptor, photographer, draftsman, practitioner of web based works, and professor of art at Vassar College, where he currently chairs the Department of Art. He is the creator of these beautiful folded sculptures made of plywood. I'm...
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Wooden Flowers by Anna Wiscombe.

* Aren't these flowers nice? They were created by Anna Wiscombe, an artist based in London, UK. Anna laser cut them first, and then she painted the subtle details by hand. I invite you to visit the artist's shop to see more of her wooden products. Images © Anna...
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Felted Animals by Victor Dubrovsky.

* I love Victor Dubrovsky's needle felted animals.  Each of them has such a unique personality. I want all of them in our new farmhouse.  🙂 I invite you visit Dubrovsky's blog to learn about how he makes these felted characters. All images © Victor...
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Catherine Frere-Smith’s Art.

* Catherine Bennett (designing under her maiden name Frere-Smith) is a textile designer and artist based in Canterbury, England, United Kingdom. She designs textiles and creates embroidered sculptures inspired by her childhood upbringing in rural Kent. Catherine...
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Peggy Osterkamp’s Fiber Art.

* I love the delicacy of Peggy Osterkamp's fiber work. Once an apprentice to Jim Ahrens in a production studio, Osterkamp has introduced hundreds of students to weaving theory and production weaving. She is also a textile scholar, and offers individual and group...
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Fabric Sculptures by Natalia Lubieniecka.

* Natalia Lubieniecka is a textile artist based in Austria. She creates one-of-a-kind birds and other curious animals using vintage fabric, lace, and other materials. The result is fascinating and intriguing.  Her sculptures seem to belong to some old cabinet of...
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Plaster Casts by Rachel Dein.

* Rachel Dein is a super creative artist based in the UK. Her method of plaster casting captures everyday objects in a unique and delicate way. She makes impressions in wet clay, and then pours plaster directly over it. The clay captures the most intricate details,...
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Winter Song. Beautiful Fabric Collection by Alex Morgan.

* I wanted to design some fabric in blue/gray tones for a couple of projects that I want to do for my new kitchen, but then I decided that it was more special to use a fabric designed by another artist. So I did some research over here and I found Alex Morgan's Winter...
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Good News! Notecards of my Flower Characters.

I couldn't wait to tell you about this.             Someone special contacted me some time ago. She wanted to know if I I liked the idea of turning my flower girls into notecards. Yes, I love the idea -I said. So we started working on the...

DISCOVER ARTHUR SIMO.

Dear friend: Today I am extremely honored to introduce someone very special to you...but let me start the story from the beginning: Not so long ago I ended up at some Etsy shop that was new to me. As soon as I saw the pictures in it my heart had a little inusual...

Flower Girls.

  I believe that one of the best ways to keep creativity awake is through play. While playing, you could also open unexpected doors. It happened to my flower characters below. What started as a game with my son Diego in our garden, turned into a beautiful...

Inner Landscape.

    Here's my latest paper sculpture. The color red is a symbol of blood/life while the color white symbolizes innocence. This woman is experiencing the painful but rewarding process of personal growth. She's  learning that behind life's difficulties there...

The Bird-Girl and the Snake.

Shoes can also be a source of inspiration! When I saw these sandals that Bill got for me something happened in my brain and here is the story: Many months ago I got some wonderful pieces of paper at schoollocker with the most amazing colors and I stored them in my...

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