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Jeff Gettis Fine Art Title - The Idea Man jeff-gettis.artistwebsites.com

Jeff Gettis Fine Art Title - The Idea Man jeff-gettis.artistwebsites.com

This is a powerful painting which links into the theme together and/or apart because her face is separated from her features. It also links into the theme of changing identity.

This is a powerful painting which links into the theme together and/or apart because her face is separated from her features. It also links into the theme of changing identity.

Front Yard Landscaping--Giant Paintbrushes and Pencils, a thick cement slab on the driveway that's painted to look like a canvas

Artist Uses Photo Manipulation to Create Gorgeous Surreal Scenes

Front Yard Landscaping--Giant Paintbrushes and Pencils, a thick cement slab on the driveway that's painted to look like a canvas

Photographer Phoebe Rudomino | brilliant underwater fashion editorial | chandelier | bubbles | graceful | floating | breathe | aquatic | blues and green | wow | amazing photography | lounge room | underwater set |

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Photographer Phoebe Rudomino | brilliant underwater fashion editorial | chandelier | bubbles | graceful | floating | breathe | aquatic | blues and green | wow | amazing photography | lounge room | underwater set |

For Cornelius's annual October costume party Sheherazade opted to wear her childhood good-luck bunny head. It was a little small but Phinny approved. She trusted him in all matters sartorial.

Tim Walker Exhibition Preview

For Cornelius's annual October costume party Sheherazade opted to wear her childhood good-luck bunny head. It was a little small but Phinny approved. She trusted him in all matters sartorial.

“I know a 'face' where the wild thyme blows, Where oxlips and the nodding violet grows, Quite over-canopied with luscious woodbine, With sweet musk-roses and with eglantine.” William Shakespeare, A Midsummer Night's Dream

The Digital Glamour of Marcelo Monreal

“I know a 'face' where the wild thyme blows, Where oxlips and the nodding violet grows, Quite over-canopied with luscious woodbine, With sweet musk-roses and with eglantine.” William Shakespeare, A Midsummer Night's Dream

Banksy Death Art It's startling, but there is a point to it.  Banksy often touches on very political subjects - to raise awareness about what is truly going on in society. But it is easy to interpret his work to mean other things. For example - this piece focuses on children and their innocence (depicted through the pink butterflies - which are predominantly used to represent blood and death) but also war and culpability through suicide.

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Banksy Death Art It's startling, but there is a point to it. Banksy often touches on very political subjects - to raise awareness about what is truly going on in society. But it is easy to interpret his work to mean other things. For example - this piece focuses on children and their innocence (depicted through the pink butterflies - which are predominantly used to represent blood and death) but also war and culpability through suicide.

Interview: 16-Year-Old Artist Dimitra Milan Paints Her Wildest Dreams - My Modern Met

Interview: 16-Year-Old Artist Dimitra Milan Paints Her Wildest Dreams

Interview: 16-Year-Old Artist Dimitra Milan Paints Her Wildest Dreams - My Modern Met

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