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A woman I saw in the commuter train. 『ピンクのイヤフォンのお姉さん(通勤電車でスケッチ)』

i want to use the idea of cutting words out of a book and using them as writing, I want to put this on my page with the blizzard and use them to explain the meaning of the piece more

Experiment with watercolour by overlaying tracing paper to see how colours and shapes interact.

What's On My Mind journal page - take a load off....write it down. [Honestly, it really works to jot down your feelings. It helps to get your thoughts in order - to clear the way so you can move forward.- and to prioritise what's important and for you to cast aside/let go of, troubling things of the past which are stifling your life. ;) Mo] More

On the harbour. I drew this sketch in a Moleskine notebook whilst on a train,& was really pleased at the wavy lines!

Thieving seagull is a print of one of Loopy Linnet's seagull textile designs. I love the original textile works like this beach hut design but also love these cute seagulls. I'd have a few of these on my walls. :)

Agata Wierzbicka. I chose to include this piece in my work as although it isn't in my selected medium I feel the subject matter would work very well in oil. It's very abstract and expressive.

from Etsy

Instant Download - Digital Collage - Vintage Maps - 40 piece collection

Nina Morgan I was born in Swansea,South Wales UK I studied Fine Art/Textiles at Central Saint Martins College, London The West Wales School of Art where I achieved a First Class Hons Degree. My work often includes a wide variety of materials,Textures layers. My Sketchbook was based on nostalgia memories that are deeply personal poignant.It`s a visual diary please enjoy

beautiful pen studies: see how the use of different grounds can add to the 'story' or feel of a work.

from Society6

Snowbringer Art Print by Merzka

this fashion photography has been inspired by the dada movement. the way that the eyes and tears writing writing coming down it shows tty