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Miniature Calendar UpdateJapanese artist Tanaka Tatsuya creates... crss

lovesnomore: Mandy ( 10 photo)

lovesnomore : Mandy ( 10 photo) by @nickgerber

lovesnomore: Kathy ( 10 photo)

lovesnomore : Kathy ( 10 photo) by @nickgerber

lovesnomore: Evelyn (15 photo)

lovesnomore : Evelyn (15 photo) by @nickgerber

lovesnomore: Monica (18 photo)

lovesnomore : Monica (18 photo) by @nickgerber

lovesnomore: Peggy ( 10 photo)

lovesnomore : Peggy ( 10 photo) by @nickgerber

lovesnomore: Deborah ( 10 photo)

lovesnomore : Deborah ( 10 photo) by @nickgerber

lovesnomore:  Annette (10 photo)

lovesnomore :  Annette (10 photo) by @nickgerber

lovesnomore: Sylvia ( 25 photo)

lovesnomore : Sylvia ( 25 photo) by @nickgerber

lovesnomore: Lorraine (10 photo)

lovesnomore : Lorraine (10 photo) by @nickgerber

lovesnomore: Patsy (20 photo)

lovesnomore : Patsy (20 photo) by @nickgerber

lovesnomore:  Erin (25 photo)

lovesnomore :  Erin (25 photo) by @nickgerber

lovesnomore:  Dana ( 10 photo)

lovesnomore :  Dana ( 10 photo) by @nickgerber

lovesnomore: Aria (10 photo)

lovesnomore : Aria (10 photo) by @nickgerber

lovesnomore: Nikki (20 photo)

lovesnomore : Nikki (20 photo) by @nickgerber

lovesnomore: Lorraine (20 photo)

lovesnomore : Lorraine (20 photo) by @nickgerber

lovesnomore: Esther   ( 15 photo)

lovesnomore : Esther   ( 15 photo) by @nickgerber

lovesnomore: Sue  ( 22 photo)

lovesnomore : Sue  ( 22 photo) by @nickgerber

lovesnomore: Сlara ( 5 photo)

lovesnomore : Сlara ( 5 photo) by @nickgerber

lovesnomore: Camille  (15 photo)

lovesnomore : Camille  (15 photo) by @nickgerber

Intricate Textile Figures by Raija Jokinen Finnish artist Raija... crss

Intricate Textile Figures by Raija Jokinen Finnish artist Raija Jokinen works with textile and fiber materials.  With my artworks, I am searching the interface of spirit and materials. Visually my works are based on physical human body and body parts, but the details don’t follow anatomy or physiology of the real body but offer unexpected variants. In my works, a human body represents more the soul and feelings instead of the physical substance. As materials for my works, I started to use paper yarns and proceeded to hand made paper made of flax among others. I proceed to use flax without the traditional papermaking techniques and researched the various other ways to treat it. The technique I’ve developed could be located in the meeting point of the techniques in painting, graphic art, hand made paper and textile. Her blog . Let’s make #crossconnectmag the most popular hashtag on Instagram ! posted by tu recepcja crss

Intricate Textile Figures by Raija Jokinen Finnish artist Raija...

Intricate Textile Figures by Raija Jokinen Finnish artist Raija Jokinen works with textile and fiber materials.  With my artworks, I am searching the interface of spirit and materials. Visually my works are based on physical human body and body parts, but the details don’t follow anatomy or physiology of the real body but offer unexpected variants. In my works, a human body represents more the soul and feelings instead of the physical substance. As materials for my works, I started to use paper yarns and proceeded to hand made paper made of flax among others. I proceed to use flax without the traditional papermaking techniques and researched the various other ways to treat it. The technique I’ve developed could be located in the meeting point of the techniques in painting, graphic art, hand made paper and textile. Her blog . Let’s make #crossconnectmag the most popular hashtag on Instagram ! posted by tu recepcja

lovesnomore:  Linda (10 photo)

lovesnomore :  Linda (10 photo) by @nickgerber

lovesnomore: Helen (10 photo)

lovesnomore : Helen (10 photo) by @nickgerber

lovesnomore: Mandy ( 9 photo)

lovesnomore : Mandy ( 9 photo) by @nickgerber

lovesnomore: Marie (10 photo)

lovesnomore : Marie (10 photo) by @nickgerber

lovesnomore: Tammy  ( 20 photo)

lovesnomore : Tammy  ( 20 photo) by @nickgerber

lovesnomore: Annette (18 photo)

lovesnomore : Annette (18 photo) by @nickgerber

lovesnomore: Ruth (10 photo)

lovesnomore : Ruth (10 photo) by @nickgerber

lovesnomore: Melissa (20 photo)

lovesnomore : Melissa (20 photo) by @nickgerber

lovesnomore: Gloria  ( 20 photo)

lovesnomore : Gloria  ( 20 photo) by @nickgerber

lovesnomore: Bonnie  ( 20 photo)

lovesnomore : Bonnie  ( 20 photo) by @nickgerber

lovesnomore: Norma ( 10 photo)

lovesnomore : Norma ( 10 photo) by @nickgerber

lovesnomore: Jasmine ( 15 photo)

lovesnomore : Jasmine ( 15 photo) by @nickgerber

Artist: Ken Kelleher Through this sculptural investigation, Ken...

Ken Kelleher Ken Kelleher Ken Kelleher Ken Kelleher Ken Kelleher Ken Kelleher Ken Kelleher Ken Kelleher Ken Kelleher Artist:  Ken Kelleher  Through this sculptural investigation, Ken Kelleher has developed an accumulative process of form-making.beginning with basic, elemental shapes, the artist uses techniques of inflating, duplicating, and nesting to develop compositions which seem soft and bloated, and often tenuous. the volume of work produced through the investigation shows variety in subtle moves.  Keep up with all your favorite artists on our Instagram Curated by  Very Private Art