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Adellaide Labiel-Guaiard ~ 1775

Adellaide Labiel-Guaiard ~ 1775

"Happiness - A study" Artist Des Brophy worked for the Sheffield Police force 22 years, he is from Dublin Ireland. An element of being on the ‘beat’ would be to observe people’s behaviour and it would often be the ‘rogues’ that would reveal themselves as the most interesting characters! It is these amusing events that now inspire his humorous images, quirky colorful watercolors yet subtle pallet will always put a smile on your face!

"Happiness - A study" Artist Des Brophy worked for the Sheffield Police force 22 years, he is from Dublin Ireland. An element of being on the ‘beat’ would be to observe people’s behaviour and it would often be the ‘rogues’ that would reveal themselves as the most interesting characters! It is these amusing events that now inspire his humorous images, quirky colorful watercolors yet subtle pallet will always put a smile on your face!

Pallet wall art wild flowers greenery Farmhouse decor gray

Pallet wall art, wild flowers greenery, Farmhouse decor, gray aged wood, hand painted flowers, Queen Ann Lace, Rustic shabby, Reclaimed

Pallet wall art wild flowers greenery Farmhouse decor gray

Aristarch4you - Kal Gajoum | Still life

Aristarch4you - Kal Gajoum | Still life

possibilities...  abstract color blocked faces. grades 9-12

possibilities... abstract color blocked faces. grades 9-12

Bill Traylor, Blue Cat, 1939-1942.  In only three years, between 1939 and 1942, Bill Traylor—former slave, factory worker, and homeless welfare recipient, who slept on a wooden pallet inside the [Ross-Clayton Funeral Parlor in Montgomery, Alabama]—created his own extraordinary history of drawing in 1,800 images. Most were preserved by his friend and fellow artist, Charles Shannon.

Bill Traylor, Blue Cat, 1939-1942. In only three years, between 1939 and 1942, Bill Traylor—former slave, factory worker, and homeless welfare recipient, who slept on a wooden pallet inside the [Ross-Clayton Funeral Parlor in Montgomery, Alabama]—created his own extraordinary history of drawing in 1,800 images. Most were preserved by his friend and fellow artist, Charles Shannon.

PANTONE HOME VIEW 2016 - Soft Focus Palette

Are You Ready for Pantone 2016 Color Trends?

PANTONE HOME VIEW 2016 - Soft Focus Palette

This is Nelson Shank's palette.  In the traditional sense, he uses his wood palette.  He sets out his paints meticulously on his handheld wood palette with medium attached.  As organized as this is, it is definitely crowded.  The color of his wood palette, however, makes for a wonderful ground in which to see his lights and darks.

This is Nelson Shank's palette. In the traditional sense, he uses his wood palette. He sets out his paints meticulously on his handheld wood palette with medium attached. As organized as this is, it is definitely crowded. The color of his wood palette, however, makes for a wonderful ground in which to see his lights and darks.

Here's one project that proves that you can use virtually any type of vessel to create vertical herb planters. This gardener repurposed a set of old metal ammo boxes for his artistic floor-to-ceiling garden. Make your own by premeasuring and drilling holes into the sides of your boxes. Then string lengths of chain along opposite ends of the boxes and attach with bolts before hanging on an exterior wall./

Genius Vertical Garden Ideas

Here's one project that proves that you can use virtually any type of vessel to create vertical herb planters. This gardener repurposed a set of old metal ammo boxes for his artistic floor-to-ceiling garden. Make your own by premeasuring and drilling holes into the sides of your boxes. Then string lengths of chain along opposite ends of the boxes and attach with bolts before hanging on an exterior wall./

.William Morris Wallpaper. William Morris (1834-1896), English designer, craftsman, and social visionary, profoundly influenced the decorative arts in the 19th century. Allied with the Pre-Raphaelite school of painting and inspired by an idealized vision of the artists of the Middle Ages, his original designs redefined the standards of Victorian taste.

.William Morris Wallpaper. William Morris (1834-1896), English designer, craftsman, and social visionary, profoundly influenced the decorative arts in the 19th century. Allied with the Pre-Raphaelite school of painting and inspired by an idealized vision of the artists of the Middle Ages, his original designs redefined the standards of Victorian taste.

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