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Ruth Marshall's knitted pelts of endangered animals, on display this summer at the Australian Consulate-General in NYC, beginning June 27, 2013.

darksilenceinsuburbia: “ Ruth Marshall RUTH MARSHALL brings attention to illegal wildlife trade and species loss in a way that unites a new, widened audience of scientists, art enthusiasts and the.

Ruth Marshall: FINE ART TEXTILES

Wall of tigers. The curating idea behind the show was to have the work lashed onto the bamboo frames overlapping and crowded into the gallery space for an overwhelming experience. (C) Ruth Marshall,

Charley Peters, Untitled Drawing, 2013 (Ink on tracing paper)

Perhaps I can experiment with layering up tracing paper. Charley Peters, Untitled Drawing, 2013 (Ink on tracing paper) / Sacred Geometry

TOPSHOP - David Abrahams Photography  Creative still life photography

Still life David Abrahams Fashion, Still Life & Beauty Photography Portfolio, david abrahams photographer

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Elaborate Textile Collages of African Wildlife by Sophie Standing textiles embroidery animals Africa

Hand-knitted tiger pelt. SO much better than the real thing. Made by Ruth Marshall.

Knitted big cat pelts such as this one, the work of artist Ruth Marshall, are on display through June 9 2012 at the University of Maine Museum of Art in Bangor.

Mark Dion | Galerie Georg Kargl

Mark Dion | Galerie Georg Kargl

Finding Home #78 “Tamar” (Fereshteh) by Siona Benjamin

Fershteh

The Art of Siona Benjamin: Finding Home No. 78 (Fereshteh) “Tamar” x Gouache and gold leaf on paper, 2006

Volodymyr Bovkun ~ "It was I and You" (1995) found objects assemblage for "white on white" project "Each of us has a story of love" via Saatchi Art

It was I and You" Collage by Volodymyr Bovkun

View Volodymyr Bovkun’s Artwork on Saatchi Art. Find art for sale at great prices from artists including Paintings, Photography, Sculpture, and Prints by Top Emerging Artists like Volodymyr Bovkun.

Around the Camp

Around the Camp Artist: Brad Kahlhamer (Native American, born Arizona, Date: 2001 Geography: United States, Arizona Culture: American Indian Medium: Ink and watercolor on paper

Scraps of thread, fabric and paper are stitched and pulled into fairytale creatures looking for new owners and worlds to inhabit. They hide in the woo...

Mister Finch: Textile Artist Who Lives In a Fairytale World

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