Watching Archives | Beth Nicholas
The images in this section illustrate Beth’s developed style. They represent the transition in her work from the early drawings featured in her first solo exhibitions to the work she is still developing today as she undertakes commissions from art consultants, interior designers and private clients throughout the world.
The music of stones, paths of shared footmarks, sleeping by the river’s roar — but does it float
Stone Fields — algorithmically generated formations, by Giuseppe Randazzo Title: Richard Long By way of wowgreat Folkert
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Recycled Plastic Bottles Partially Filled with Colored Water Used to Create a Parking Canopy
Designer Garth Britzman of Lincoln, Nebraska used recycled bottles filled with colored water to create stunning topographical shade canopy for a vehicle. I love how the natural shape of the plastic bottles makes the pooled water look like leaves. See more over on Behance. (via my amp goes to 11)
Nature-inspired paper cuts by Rogan Brown - Made In Slant
Artist Rogan Brown creates paper sculptures by layering sheets of paper, one on top of another, each with thousands of intricate cuts. Brown's work is an exploration of patterns found in nature, "from the microscopic to the macroscopic,...