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Lidi,lidi,lidičky... / Zboží prodejce Jarmila Všetičková | Fler.cz

Lidi,lidi,lidičky... / Zboží prodejce Jarmila Všetičková | Fler.cz

Penny Evans, " Design work on my ceramics reference my Kamilaroi/Goomeroi cultural heritage in combination with my unique and evolving graphic style. The technique of sgraffito is a strong feature of the ware and links to Kamilaroi/Goomeroi men’s traditions of carving into tree, weapons, utensils as well as ground carving for ceremonial purposes, communications and storytelling. 2D mixed media works examine more recent histories as opposed to narratives connecting culture to country."

Penny Evans, " Design work on my ceramics reference my Kamilaroi/Goomeroi cultural heritage in combination with my unique and evolving graphic style. The technique of sgraffito is a strong feature of the ware and links to Kamilaroi/Goomeroi men’s traditions of carving into tree, weapons, utensils as well as ground carving for ceremonial purposes, communications and storytelling. 2D mixed media works examine more recent histories as opposed to narratives connecting culture to country."

Tableau poissons céramique

Tableau poissons céramique

ceramic wall art fish tile sculptural pottery wall by karoArt, €88.00

ceramic wall art fish tile sculptural pottery wall by karoArt, €88.00

Reference cells and have each student make a tile using red, yellow, and green! Could have smaller classes make 2-3

Reference cells and have each student make a tile using red, yellow, and green! Could have smaller classes make 2-3

Neptunes Garden Mosaic Art Tile Polymer Clay ... | Inspirations for t ...

Neptunes Garden Mosaic Art Tile Polymer Clay ... | Inspirations for t ...

Australian artist Meredith Woolnough creates elaborate embroideries that mimic delicate forms of nature like leaves and coral. Woolnough uses a special embroidery technique that involves a domestic sewing machine and a base cloth that dissolves in water after the piece is complete leaving just the skeleton. In a way, her process also mimics the natural process of leaves dying and drying up which, in turn, become the subject of her work.

Australian artist Meredith Woolnough creates elaborate embroideries that mimic delicate forms of nature like leaves and coral. Woolnough uses a special embroidery technique that involves a domestic sewing machine and a base cloth that dissolves in water after the piece is complete leaving just the skeleton. In a way, her process also mimics the natural process of leaves dying and drying up which, in turn, become the subject of her work.

Clay Wall Sculptures by Angela Schwer, via Etsy.

Clay Wall Sculptures by Angela Schwer, via Etsy.

Collection Ligne de Bois

Collection Ligne de Bois

Vietri sul mare

Vietri sul mare