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The Makings of Mrs. Bertimus - lace & fabric collage...some seriously good free motion stitching!

The Bloggings Of Mrs Bertimus

Some, Found (detail) by Lisa Kokin  Mixed media book collage, 13-1/2 x 10 x 2, 2006

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Lisa Kokin It was just one of those great days....a sunny afternoon, after spending a beautiful day at China Camp near San Rafael... John and I couldn’t imagine things being much better. Since neither of us had previously been to San Rafael, we decided to take a stroll through an interesting looking section of the city on our way out. As we made our way down the street perusing the cool little shops and galleries, we happened across the Donna Seager Gallery and decided to go inside. Then…

Please Mind The Gap: Liverpool To London Euston      Cut Out Train tickets on canvas    2011   5”x 4”  Sold

Bethany Y Milam Fine Artist: Cut Outs and Sculpture

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Ines Seidel est linguiste de formation. Ses oeuvres tissent mots, bois et textiles. Ses dessins mêlent travaux d'aiguilles et papiers, couture et livres.

Les mots tissés d'Ines Seidel {art&inspiration} • Plumetis Magazine

Ines Seidel est linguiste de formation. Ses oeuvres tissent mots, bois et textiles. Ses dessins mêlent travaux d'aiguilles et littérature, couture et livres, fibres et papiers. Un travail fragile qui a du sens. Toutes les images : ©Ines Seidel En savoir + Le site Le blog La boutique DaWanda FlickR

seen some pieces by Jennifer Collier in Manchester last year

seen some pieces by Jennifer Collier in Manchester last year

Nostalgic Narrative - Harriet Popham Textiles

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sweatermama: “mm sweet ”

If It's Hip, It's Here: New Bic Ballpoint Pen Portraits On Ephemera By Artist Mark Powell

New Bic Ballpoint Pen Portraits On Ephemera By Artist Mark Powell

Sure I doodle on old envelopes, documents and newspapers, but my doodles consist of shaded cubes and poorly drawn body parts. Not those of artist Mark Powell, however. Like the work of Spanish artist Juan Francisco Casas, Mark uses a Bic Biro pen to draw and shade realistic portraits. His canvases are various vintage envelopes, maps and newspapers dating back to 1819. While some blogs have featured his envelope drawings, here's a look at 15 of his more recent pieces, courtesy of his Facebook…