Growth and decay

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time passing, life, getting old Still Life Of Rotten Fruit Number 1 Canvas Print / Canvas Art by Rosie McCobb - Rotten Food, Rotten Fruit, Fruit Photography, Still Life Photography, Fashion Photography, Underwater Photography, Abstract Photography, Landscape Photography, Photography Ideas

Still Life Art | Fine Art America

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A piece designed to mimic rust. Created using brusho mixed with pva glue on a sheet of acetate, Kat Russell (Urban Decay) Natural Structures, Natural Forms, Decay Art, A Level Textiles, Growth And Decay, Creative Textiles, Brusho, Textiles Techniques, A Level Art

A piece designed to mimic rust. Created using brusho mixed with pva glue on a sheet of acetate, Kat Russell

Irving Penn - Red Apples, New York, 1985 Tirage cibachrome x 76 cm) ce sac contient. Rotten Food, Rotten Fruit, Salvador Dali, Irving Penn, A Level Photography, Still Life Photography, Food Photography, Object Photography, Vanitas

Irving Penn

“Irving Penn’s still-life and found object photographs are heralded for their unique arrangements and clarity. In Red Apples, Penn rejects traditional decorative tools and backgrounds t…

Estonian artist Heikki Leis has photographed a set of images of rotting fruit… Fungi, Still Life Photography, Food Photography, Juan Sanchez Cotan, Decay Art, Rotten Fruit, Gross Food, Growth And Decay, State Of Decay

Rotting Fruit

Explore Bart Weerdenburg's photos on Flickr. Bart Weerdenburg has uploaded 661 photos to Flickr.

I love roots. Prairie Studies, John Earnest Weaver, University of Nebraska Botanical Drawings, Botanical Art, Botanical Illustration, Science Illustration, Illustrations, Natural History, Science Nature, Art Inspo, Painting

Scientific Illustration

wallacegardens: “ Prairie Studies, John Earnest Weaver, University of Nebraska 1932-52. ”

Stitched abstract art Contemporary embroidery textile art embroidered printed stitched one off abstract pieces applique discharge printed , silk ,cotton. Textile Fiber Art, Textile Artists, Decay Art, A Level Textiles, Growth And Decay, Bonnet Crochet, Textiles Techniques, Contemporary Embroidery, A Level Art

Sue Hotchkis Fibre Artist stitched abstract art

Stitched abstract art Contemporary embroidery textile art embroidered printed stitched one off abstract pieces applique discharge printed , silk ,cotton.

Sourdough, pre-coated in penicillium dips Rotten Food, Decay Art, Advanced Higher Art, A Level Art Sketchbook, Bread Mold, Growth And Decay, Art Alevel, Beauty Science, Food Patterns

Growing Mold Garden

Ideas for the science projects. Examples of techniques and expariments that can be done at home to test your hypothesis

on getting established (STILL) Flowers Nature, Fresh Flowers, Wild Flowers, Plants Are Friends, Grafik Design, Botanical Illustration, Botanical Prints, Hydroponics, Botany

on getting established (STILL)

i have this little creative career. it is fed by the nutrient rich soil of the places i live, and my beloved online creative community. it is no longer growing in only one direction. it has begun to b

These Oddly Lovely Photographs Of Rotten Food Will Make You Rethink Your Waste… Rotten Food, Rotten Fruit, Fruit Photography, Photography Projects, Beginning And End Art Gcse, Billy Kid, Decay Art, Growth And Decay, A Level Art

These Oddly Lovely Photographs Of Rotten Food Will Make You Rethink Your Waste

Rotten is a series of photographs of all the moldy food that a photographer found in his fridge over the course of a year. He hoped that by documenting it, he’d let it happen less. Will the same thing happen when you look at it?

 5 minute d i y spring bulb jars

5 Minute DIY | Spring Bulb Jars

Oh spring! Seems it can't come soon enough. To survive till it does arrive, flowers are my jam. It's always a happy day when the tulips and bulbs like hyacinths and daffodils show up at our local grocer. Taking cue from the Scandinavians, I repotted some in jars this year which makes for a nice little pick-me-up five minute project! A sweet little DIY to make for yourself or to give as a spring gift! I'm almost embarrassed how easy this is but in case there are any questions at all, here's…