Cedar Grove Cemetery at Notre Dame University
I grew up used to taking strolls or walking through old cemetery's in England, my favourite being at Heworth church at St.Mary's with Haddon's Tomb. So when I went to visit Notre Dame I just had to take a walk around the old cemetery. Not sure how to explain why I enjoy walking around old cemeteries, the best I can say is that I enjoy
I've been having fun scanning flowers and I'm LOVING the effect.
Scanning Flowers seems to be quite popular
Judy Stalus has a lovely set on flickr
Katinka Matson's are reminicent of Dutch Flower Painting during the late 1600's.
How to Scan Flowers
Been sewing flowers
Satin Stitch, Cretan Stitch (video tutorial), long & short
This will be incorporated
The Snite Art Museum at Notre Dame University in Indiana has to be one of the best art collections I've seen in a University so far in the United States. And what made it even MORE special was coming across a small painting my Paula Modersohn-Becker. Unfortunately the Snite is rather stingy when it comes to sharing images of their collection and I can't find this particular painting anywhere
Mixture of collage and ink
I love playing in my sketchbook
Bird Murals put Village in a FLAP
Seahouses is a beautiful village (I WON a pen at bingo there-made my day, and the best fish and chips on the planet, whee)
and yes there is such as thing as the British Toilet Association
I think they look very nice myself, a vast improvement over a plain
Art is not a thing; it is a way
Crafty Chica's Advice
on nurturing and living your creativity
Bronwyn shares seven tips
on living an artful life.
I haven't (for a couple of weeks) and won't be able to work on my art for another week or so and I feel the creep of rumbling agitation starting to gnaw at my bones like a dog with it's favourite
Photo by jafabrit
This is one of my fave views from the freeway driving back home. It is 62 feet tall and is in front of Monroe's Solid Rock Church. So this is kind of sad, but yes seriously it was struck by lightening and burned to the ground.
Roadside America has a nice article about the statue here.
This is all that's left
source: staff photo by Nick Graham
Not sure why it took me so long to find this site Art Threat considering the nature of much of my work.
"Art Threat is a leading media outlet devoted solely to political art and cultural policy. We write about art that seeks to interpret, influence, or reflect upon society. We discuss policy as it pertains to culture. And we showcase artists whose work inspires social change. Whether your
I will skip doing a blog entry about her as Eyeteeth: A journal of incisive ideas wrote a lovely one. At 98 Louise Bourgeois was finishing up some pieces when she had a heart attack. What an amazing career she had.
Her final exhibit is titled "fabric drawings" and is in Venice.You can see some samples of her work and the artist here.
Paint and hand embroidery
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