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Love Letters Almost a year now i have being working at the Daglicht Studio in Eindhoven experimenting with big size graphic technics and producing a series of works commissioned by the City Art Centerof Rotterdam. (via Maria Ikonomopoulou)

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"Book of Trees" mixed media collaborative book- Bridgette Guerzon Mills, Jen Worden and Seth Apter Left Page: Bridgette Guerzon Mills- encaustic and collage Right Page: Jen Worde- mixed media

Maria Ikonomopoulou // portrait photo © Odysseas Lekkas

Maria Ikonomopoulou and the art of being pure at "he-art"

Maria Ikonomopoulou // portrait photo © Odysseas Lekkas

8’ x 5’ wall hanging comprised of approximately 40,000 pieces of junk mail, folded and string-bundled into 2 inch cubes to create colored pixels by Amanda Nelson

Stirred by the modern day nuisance of recurring junk mail, book artist Amanda Nelsen alters these papers by creating new surfaces, piles and patterns juxtaposing the junk mail with a historic struc.

Ghada Amer: Love Has No End    February 16–October 19, 2008  Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art, 4th Floor. Brooklyn Museum.     See the latest #Art shows in     NYC on https://www.artexperiencenyc.com

Ghada Amer: Love Has No End February 2008 Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art, Floor.

the art room plant: Amy Rice (the lost art of letter writing)

Amy Rice is also concerned by the lost art of letter writing incorporates handwritten letters into her compositions and collages.

2. "I'm searching I - Carnet de recherches" by Elisabeth Couloigner. This image is discussed in our eBook 'Sketchbook development' getting you into art college. www.portfolio-oomph.com/ebooks/sketchbook-development

I'm searching I - Carnet de recherches Elisabeth Couloigner. This image will be discussed in our eBook 'Sketchbook development' helping you into art college.

(c) Birgit Naß -- she must have studied with Denis Brown -- the layering of sharp dark lettering over soft, neutral lettering.

(c) Birgit Naß -- layered sharp dark lettering over soft, neutral lettering.

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