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"Transmission of Light" part of the lush portfolio of painter Peter Bragino. Inspired by the abundance of nature, his portfolio is a celebration. See more by visiting www.ArtsyShark.com

Artist: jellyvampire.deviantart.com. (Click on it to see the full length.) The longest, thinnest piece of art (or pin for that matter) I've ever seen. I like it and its message - color outside the lines, step outside the box and never give up on your passions whatever they may be, artistic or otherwise.

Artist: jellyvampire.deviantart.com. (Click on it to see the full length.) The longest, thinnest piece of art (or pin for that matter) I've ever seen. I like it and its message - color outside the lines, step outside the box and never give up on your passions whatever they may be, artistic or otherwise.

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Sketchbooks by Alison Worman displayed on "The Jealous Curator." You gotta love a site that describes itself as "a collection of artowkr that inspires, & depresses me. I know it's good when I'm left thinking Damn I Wish I Thought of That."  Oh I can SO relate!

Sketchbooks by Alison Worman displayed on "The Jealous Curator." You gotta love a site that describes itself as "a collection of artowkr that inspires, & depresses me. I know it's good when I'm left thinking Damn I Wish I Thought of That." Oh I can SO relate!

MERMAID: Based on ancient myths in India, Greece, Syria, Africa and other parts of the world. Seen by some cultures as sea goddesses, these seductive beings guarded treasures, frightened travelers, and were eventually featured in alchemy and other occult practices as well as in fairy tales. German legends describe a mystical Nixie -- a fish-tailed female water spirits, daughter of "Mother Night."