Brith Helland Hagen

Brith Helland Hagen

Brith Helland Hagen
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Worrywart Gargoyle, gothic waterspout, medieval sculpture,cast stone art, garden statue, Richard Chalifour, carved element, architectural

Worrywart Gargoyle, gothic waterspout, medieval sculpture,cast stone art, garden statue, Richard Chalifour, carved element, architectural

Edgar Degas: The Little Fourteen-Year-Old Dancer (29.100.370) | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Edgar Degas: The Little Fourteen-Year-Old Dancer (29.100.370) | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Rodin was strongly influenced by the work of Michelangelo. The direct experience of the Renaissance master's art, both in Italy and in the Musée du Louvre in Paris, seems to have unlocked for Rodin many of the secrets of Michelangelo's modeling

Rodin was strongly influenced by the work of Michelangelo. The direct experience of the Renaissance master's art, both in Italy and in the Musée du Louvre in Paris, seems to have unlocked for Rodin many of the secrets of Michelangelo's modeling

Drawing paintbrush-Cats by Toru Sanogawa, via Behance

Drawing paintbrush-Cats by Toru Sanogawa, via Behance

Pen & Ink Depictions of Trees Sprouting into Animals by Alfred Basha

Pen & Ink Depictions of Trees Sprouting into Animals by Alfred Basha

Yayoi Kasuma with Kids - Explore the work of Japanese contemporary artist Yayoi Kasuma with kids - create a Kasuma inspired piece of art.

Yayoi Kasuma with Kids - Explore the work of Japanese contemporary artist Yayoi Kasuma with kids - create a Kasuma inspired piece of art.

The Making of our Paper Collages | Dolan Geiman

The Making of our Paper Collages | Dolan Geiman

Glow Painting! 1. Carefully pop off the back of a Sharpie accents highlighter using a knife. Yellow or green works best. 2. Pull out the innards, and cut the plastic. Be careful, it's messy! 3. Put it in half a plastic cup of water. 4. Turn on the blacklight, turn off the lights, and give those kids some white paper!

Glow Painting! 1. Carefully pop off the back of a Sharpie accents highlighter using a knife. Yellow or green works best. 2. Pull out the innards, and cut the plastic. Be careful, it's messy! 3. Put it in half a plastic cup of water. 4. Turn on the blacklight, turn off the lights, and give those kids some white paper!

Negative_Space_Bicycle

Negative_Space_Bicycle

How to make Soap stamps

How to make Soap stamps