Dutch artist Femke Hiemstra

Femke Hiemstra - paintings on old books, found objects. Her mixed media technique includes thin layers of acrylic and water, colored pencils and sometimes chalk and oil crayons.

Princess and goldfish~*

Ken Wong was born in Adelaide, Australia. Australian artist, illustrator and designer, who primary works in the games industry. He is currently working as an art director for the Shanghai-based game development company, Spicy Horse

graffiti! i-have-some-things

Street art - Stockholm Sweden - If I owned a city it would be filled with things like this!

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Tanya Mayers(HarrietsImagination)... | Kai Fine Art

Kai Fine Art is an art website, shows painting and illustration works all over the world.

eighth: Sulamith Wulfing

The Way: Sulamith Wulfing.sometimes the way, no matter how beautiful, involves trudging and drudging -- head down, you must power forward!

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'He quickened his pace, telling himself cheerfully not to begin imagining things, or there would be simply no end to it.' --- Mole in the Wild Wood' from "The Wind in the Willows" by Kenneth Grahame (Illustration: Helen Ward)

Flight Path  - a way through a wheat field in late summer

ARTFINDER: Flight Path by Janis Goodman - Summer evening, a path through a ripe wheat field with swallow swooping low.

Mole and Ratty trying to rouse Mr. Badger when Mole got lost in the Wildwood.  He was rescued from certain death by Ratty, but they both got lost when it started to snow.  Then they found Mr. Badger's dwelling... illustration by E.H. Shepared, book "The Wind in the Willows" by Kenneth Grahame

Vintage Book Print, Art Print, 1959 Childrens Book Page Illustration, Mouse Mole and Badger in Winter Forest, Wind in the Willows

The Sensitive Plant by Percy Bysshe Shelley, as illustrated by Charles Robinson and published. 1911

The Sensitive Plant by Percy Bysshe Shelley, as illustrated by Charles Robinson and published.

Saatchi Art Artist: Sara Riches; Ink 2013 Drawing "Down the Rabbit Hole"

Down the Rabbit Hole