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2017 Topic #4: Doors, Windows and Architecture {Challenge}

Innovative creativity from PaperArtsy. Paint, stencils, and techniques galore for any mixed media enthusiast to enjoy.

Ian Murphy This piece of work is very detailed as illustrated through the painting. You can see the colour depth in the painting. Great use of shadow, lots of detail in parts with abstract negative space Architecture Art Nouveau, Architecture Sketchbook, Art And Architecture, Decay Art, A Level Art Sketchbook, Sketchbook Layout, Mixed Media Photography, Art Photography, Photocollage

Cornerstone » Ian Murphy Drawings

Code: DRW-08/020 Graphite, mixed media & Oil on paper 60cm x 30cm Ian Murphy often goes “off the beaten track” to try and discover new and exciting drawing locations. The site he found to produce the “Cornerstone” drawing was part of such a journey, a forgotten corner in a dark, secluded passageway in Venice. It […]

Fractured surface coming together to create one powerful image. Photomontage, Urban Landscape, Abstract Landscape, Cardboard Painting, Art Alevel, Urbane Kunst, Kitsch, Powerful Images, A Level Art

Fractured surface coming together to create one powerful image. Valery Koshlyakov

Precut different sizes/shapes of houses. Then mount in a collage. Kids don't forget to put initials somewhere on the front. Mix Media, Mixed Media Art, Mixed Media Tutorials, Happy House, Arte Popular, Art Journal Pages, Art Journaling, Art Journal Inspiration, Art Club

Happy House Tutorial

Hello friends :) Happy New Year, lol! I can't believe that I haven't blogged in 6 months. Life has been busy I guess, right?! I recently had a lot of fun in the studio making little paper houses. I posted several photos on my Facebook page. The response has been great and I've had several requests for a tutorial, so I wanted to share that with you all. Here it is... Step 1: I took some mop up paper I had saved. It was basically a piece of paper I had taped down to my work space to protect it…