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Futuristic Earth300 Exploration Vessel for Scientists, Experts, Students or Private Citizens

Abandoned Cornucopia, Oregon.

Abandoned Cornucopia, Oregon.

Delicate Paper Cut by Maude WhitePaper-cutting artist Maude...

Delicate Paper Cut by Maude White Paper-cutting artist Maude White   b. 1986 in Buffalo, NY, continues to astound us with her painstaking illustrations cut from single sheets of paper. When I cut paper, I feel as if I am peeling back the outer, superficial layer of our vision to reveal the secret space beneath. With paper cutting there are so many opportunities to create negative space that tells its own story. Letting the observer become present in the piece allows him or her to look through it. I like the idea of the stark contrast between the black and white paper, and the cut nature of the work makes my art more three-dimensional than paint on canvas.  Follow her on Facebook . Spice up your timeline by following us on Facebook ! posted by Margaret

Beautiful Manipulated Photographs from  Peter Holmes IIITO SEE...

Beautiful Manipulated Photographs from  Peter Holmes III TO SEE MANY MORE OF MY IMAGES, PLEASE CLICK ON THE  LINKS BELOW:   Redbubble  500px Peter’s photography books on blurb Like us on Facebook        Selected by Andrew

Seattle Art Fair Overflows With Amazing ArtThe 1st Annual...

Seattle Art Fair Overflows With Amazing Art The 1 st Annual Seattle Art Fair was held last weekend (July 31 – August 2) and it was an outrageous success.   Over 60 art galleries from around the world showed the works of hundreds of artists.  In addition to sculpture and painting the fair included multimedia art, virtual reality exhibits, performance art, and immersive digital art. In addition the Art Fair raised thousands of dollars for local arts charities. There were also additional satellite activities showcasing local art and museums, including the Seattle Art Museum.  The above art includes: Universe of Water Particles - Team Lab at the Pace Gallery Greg Halili - Memento X Nathalia Edenmont - Cousin Red The Entrance way including the Rusty Cake Sculpture by Peter Millett in the foreground. Pumpkin by Yayoi Kusama and the David Zwirner Gallery Yves by Shin Gun-Woo at the Gana Art Gallery Prelude by Jen Erickson at the Punch Gallery Burial Urn by Wil

Swept Away By Color - Art by Jen StarkArtist Jen Stark creates...

Swept Away By Color - Art by Jen Stark Artist Jen Stark creates awe inspiring works that seem to go forever.  Her layered works draw the viewer into a never ending gloriously colorful descent.  Some of her works are sculptural, others are large installation murals.  Jen Stark also creates animation.  Thanks to The Contemporist ! Ready to get lost in art?  Check out our Facebook Page .  Posted by Lisa .

nonconcept: 5 star hotel “ME London”, London, UK by Foster...

nonconcept : 5 star hotel “ ME London ”, London, UK by Foster & Partners .

Art by Burhan Dogancay Burhan Cahit Doğançay (1929 – 2013) was...

Art by  Burhan Dogancay Burhan Cahit Doğançay (1929 – 2013) was a Turkish-American artist best known for tracking walls in various cities across the world for half a century, integrating them in his artistic work. Dogançay was fascinated by urban walls and chose them as his subject. He saw them as the barometer of our society and a testament to the passage of time, reflecting social, political and economic changes, frequently withstanding the assault of the elements and the markings left by people. via Facebook - are sure to find something for everyone! posted by Margaret

Submission from Mark RockwoodYoung artist, born in Atlanta,...

Submission from Mark Rockwood Young artist, born in Atlanta, Georgia. markrockwood.com http://ift.tt/1J2nU7p http://ift.tt/1J2nU7r http://ift.tt/1J2nU7p