The corners of the houses are some of those places that most people ignore or do not know what to do with them. It is a fact that they are just weird
A wanderer who wonders. I'm a painter who likes to write. This blog started as (and still is) a tool for my artsite: johnmyersart.com. It absorbs my musings in print and image... mine and those respectfully borrowed. Note: Some of the images posted might be considered provocative........ PG, occasionally R, never X. IMPORTANT NOTICE: ALL THE IMAGES, UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED, ARE EITHER MINE, DOWLOADED FROM THE WEB OR REBLOGGED FROM OTHER TUMBLR BLOGS. THOSE THAT ARE NOT MINE ARE ASSUMED TO…
Rebecca Louise Law, Floral installation artist! Her work dries whilst on show, therefore is everlasting and she integrates her work with the local community which I find morally satisfying.
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This hand-embroidered wall art comes in a 5" (12.7cm) wooden hoop. 12 small hearts in red, pink, mustard, teal, blue, brown and gray are embroidered on natural linen. This piece is ONE OF A KIND. It would make a very special valentine's day gift! Dimensions: Inner diameter = 5" (12.7cm) Outer diameter = 5.5" (14cm) Thickness = 3/8" (1cm) Materials: Hoop = Wood Base fabric = 55% linen, 45% cotton
The Diphylleia Grayi is a wonderfully unique flower whose petals turn clear as glass when it's splattered with raindrops. Commonly referred to as the skele