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collaboration with Tine Simi Brun

collaboration with Tine Simi Brun

Far out oddity exhibition 2010

Far out oddity exhibition 2010

monahoie.com

monahoie.com

Vestland exhibition 2012

Vestland exhibition 2012

Necklace by Mona Høie

Necklace by Mona Høie

lucky number - 2010

lucky number - 2010

Birdy 2011

Birdy 2011

Lionel the Lion faced man - 2011  monahoie.com

Lionel the Lion faced man - 2011 monahoie.com


Flere ideer
How do you visualize the human experience — courage, happiness, hope? Ceramicist Mitsy Sleurs (http://artmind.etsy.com) started with a Matryoshka doll and 99 emotions.  Read the Etsy blog post: http://etsy.me/99feelings.  Music: Jim Smith http://www.coilandmagnet.com

How do you visualize the human experience — courage, happiness, hope? Ceramicist Mitsy Sleurs (http://artmind.etsy.com) started with a Matryoshka doll and 99 emotions. Read the Etsy blog post: http://etsy.me/99feelings. Music: Jim Smith http://www.coilandmagnet.com

ZsaZsa Bellagio

ZsaZsa Bellagio – Like No Other

ZsaZsa Bellagio

Google Image Result for http://mocoloco.com/art/upload/2010/03/jacoby_lettinggo.jpg

Google Image Result for http://mocoloco.com/art/upload/2010/03/jacoby_lettinggo.jpg

**EYE-SNACKS**: Helpless vulnerability.

**EYE-SNACKS**: Helpless vulnerability.

pink hum by jill vasileff

pink hum by jill vasileff

Henri Matisse to Michael Stein (Gertrude’s brother) postcard from  The Steins Collect

Henri Matisse to Michael Stein (Gertrude’s brother) postcard from The Steins Collect

Blog — Rebecca Green

Blog — Rebecca Green

The work of  young Québécois artist Jannick Deslauriers emphasizes art’s most fragile elements, through a mass of translucent fabric.  Her delicate fibre art spins out thread sculptures that send strong messages, covering the ghosts of cities, people and of war. (Above: The ghost of the Van Horne House, 2006-07, embroidery on tulle and organza, 60″x48″x24″)

The work of young Québécois artist Jannick Deslauriers emphasizes art’s most fragile elements, through a mass of translucent fabric. Her delicate fibre art spins out thread sculptures that send strong messages, covering the ghosts of cities, people and of war. (Above: The ghost of the Van Horne House, 2006-07, embroidery on tulle and organza, 60″x48″x24″)

Jannick-Deslauriers2.jpg (1133×1024)

Jannick-Deslauriers2.jpg (1133×1024)

The work of  young Québécois artist Jannick Deslauriers emphasizes art’s most fragile elements, through a mass of translucent fabric.  Her delicate fibre art spins out thread sculptures that send strong messages, covering the ghosts of cities, people and of war. (Above: Piano, 2010-11, crinoline, rigid mesh, organza and thread)

The work of young Québécois artist Jannick Deslauriers emphasizes art’s most fragile elements, through a mass of translucent fabric. Her delicate fibre art spins out thread sculptures that send strong messages, covering the ghosts of cities, people and of war. (Above: Piano, 2010-11, crinoline, rigid mesh, organza and thread)

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