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Aspen And Mountain Maple by Leland D Howard

Aspen And Mountain Maple by Leland D Howard

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UK artist Rachel Dein’s method of plaster casting captures everyday objects in a unique and delicate way. She makes impressions in wet clay, and then pours plaster directly over them. The clay captures...

UK artist Rachel Dein’s method of plaster casting captures everyday objects in a unique and delicate way. She makes impressions in wet clay, and then pours plaster directly over them. The clay captures...

Scary thoughts: Edward combined portraits of himself falling, drowning and sleeping to portray his mental state in the picture titled Bad Dreams / Worse Reality

Photographer captures his depression in series of self-portraits

Scary thoughts: Edward combined portraits of himself falling, drowning and sleeping to portray his mental state in the picture titled Bad Dreams / Worse Reality

Artist's Profile: Joan Hardie  Artist's Statement  My aims are to produce ceramics that encourage people to look afresh at the natural world and which are lively, interesting, accessible and affordable. My work is inspired by natural textures, colours and forms, particularly from trees, ferns, lichens and fungi. I enjoy trying to capture something of the feeling of a natural subject in clay, so that the ceramic piece becomes a celebration of nature.

Artist's Profile: Joan Hardie Artist's Statement My aims are to produce ceramics that encourage people to look afresh at the natural world and which are lively, interesting, accessible and affordable. My work is inspired by natural textures, colours and forms, particularly from trees, ferns, lichens and fungi. I enjoy trying to capture something of the feeling of a natural subject in clay, so that the ceramic piece becomes a celebration of nature.

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