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Snips and Snails and Puppy Dog Tails: Oak leaves on paper - The images were made on watercolor paper. I wrapped the leaves between the paper around copper pipe and boiled them.

Snips and Snails and Puppy Dog Tails: Oak leaves on paper - The images were made on watercolor paper. I wrapped the leaves between the paper around copper pipe and boiled them.

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This week on TheNiceNiche.com, SPRING (finally!)—captured in gorgeous plastic casts— Rachel Dein of Tactile Studio Rachel Dein's method of plaster casting captures flowers and foliage in a unique and delicate way. She creates her original casts by making an impression in wet clay and then pouring plaster directly over it. The clay captures the most intricate details, subtly accenting the plaster as it sets... read more #art #flowers #london

This week on TheNiceNiche.com, SPRING (finally!)—captured in gorgeous plastic casts— Rachel Dein of Tactile Studio Rachel Dein's method of plaster casting captures flowers and foliage in a unique and delicate way. She creates her original casts by making an impression in wet clay and then pouring plaster directly over it. The clay captures the most intricate details, subtly accenting the plaster as it sets... read more #art #flowers #london

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Kate MacDowell de ses petits doigts de fée réalise des sculptures en porcelaine. Un univers proche du suréalisme. Une parfaite maîtrise de son art. Je vous invite à découvrir son monde merveilleux, fantastique qui recèle d’une pointe de romantisme”

Kate MacDowell de ses petits doigts de fée réalise des sculptures en porcelaine. Un univers proche du suréalisme. Une parfaite maîtrise de son art. Je vous invite à découvrir son monde merveilleux, fantastique qui recèle d’une pointe de romantisme”