of illumination and empathy - 100% Proceeds to Charity - bat - Original Giclee Edition Print - 13x19"
This listing This listing is for a signed and dated 13x19" Giclée print. EEach print includes a hand written signature (front), and printed edition number and title (back). Every edition is created and reproduced by the artist, not a third party manufacturer. The total print size of each edition in this series is 19x13” and includes a colorful high definition subject on a crisp white background. **100% of the proceeds of this print will be donated to Bat Conservation International*** learn…
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WOW - World of WearableArt
World of WearableArt is the world's leading wearable art competition and New Zealand's single largest theatrical spectacular. Welcome to a world where theatre, art and fashion collide.
Paolo Roversi | Entre poésie et photographie.
Paolo Roversi est né en 1947, en Italie. À l’âge de 20 ans il se lance dans la photographie comme reporter. En 1973, il s’installe à Paris et découvre l’univers de la mode. Il se souvient « avoir débarqué un soir sous la pluie dans un petit hôtel de la rue Delambre ». Quarante ans plus tard, il …
Lind’s grasp of color and light is so refined, it’s easy assume these amazing paintings are photographs. Like the realist painter Edward Hopper, Lind allows her subjects quiet introspection which...
facebook page | follow me on twitter This was so much fun! I've wanted to do a Pierrot shoot for a while after buying this costume on ebay and I was finally able to rope Holly in today. She was perfect though and a great model! There's lots of photos I love from this shoot so I will be uploading more to my facebook page as I edit them.
My Ear-Trumpet Has Been Struck By Lightning
themagiclantern: “Pierrot girl Vintage photograph (14 x 8,5 cm) Photograph : Fernez, Le Havre, France. Inscription on the back : “Costume de danseur russe du XVIIIème siècle porté en 1930.” ”