stasia burrington - washy drawings covered in cut fabric flowers <3

"This is the lovely work of Washington State based artist Stasia Burrington. Washy drawings covered in flowers… flowers that happen to be hand-cut from quilt fabric, which are then glued on, resembling tattoos, gardens, or scars.

These stunning {yet simple} abstract oil landscapes, by Toronto based artist Yangyang Pan, make me want to rake up a giant pile of neon leaves, get a running start, and jump right in! The composition, the colors, and the fact that they’re at least 4 feet wide … sigh. Where’s my rake?

These stunning {yet simple} abstract oil landscapes, by Toronto based artist Yangyang Pan, make me want to rake up a giant pile of neon leaves, get a running start, and jump right in! The composition, the colors, and the fact that they’re at least 4 feet wide … sigh. Where’s my rake?

Stasia Burrington

Stasia Burrington‘s collection of drawings on brown Kraft Stonehenge paper. Done with charcoal, sumi ink, acrylic paint and cut fabric flower collage.

Falling Garden - San Staë church on the Canale Grande, 50th Biennial of Venice, 2003

Falling Garden installation created by Swiss artists Gerda Steiner and Jörg Lenzlinger for the Biennial of Venice in San Staë church on the Canale Grande

Love the contrast of masculine and feminine: Scott Waters

All’s fair in war and wallpaper. I absolutely love this series, titled Domestic Violence, by Canadian artist Scott Waters.

I'm working around lots of aspiring fashion designers these days. I guess it has opened my eyes a little to that craft... and these connect with that somehow.

French artist Stephane Dauthuille uses layers of lines and pattern to create these gorgeously ornate images. Orange legs, an orange jupe, and graphite details that I could look at all day long!

remake - have students select a portrait and remake into a photograph.

Spring performance final drawing/photography lesson: remake - have students select a portrait and remake it. - I love love love when people dress up as Frida Kahlo

karen o’neil

karen o’neil (The Jealous Curator)

Nothing says “Happy Monday morning” quite like a bunch of fresh ‘n juicy oranges! Painting by Woodstock, New York based artist/educator Karen O’Neil.

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