Running concurrently is an exhibition of Philip Haas works, a set of four 15-foot high fibreglass sculptures (found outdoors) and their maquettes.  The works are huge recreations of Giuseppe Arcimboldo’s 16th century paintings that Haas aims to bring into a physical reality.  The small maquettes are actually more effective than the finished pieces although, placed in the Gallery, they distract from Dulwich’s amazing permanent collection.  The setting of the gardens is more appropriate with Winter now a three-dimensional gnarled tree trunk emerging from the Gallery grounds but at this scale the pieces become too garish.

Richard Long ( Landscape Artist )

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wbabrad97:

Richard Long.

Richard Long was born on the 2nd June 1945, he is an English sculptor, photographer and painter also best know as British land artists.

I like the way Richard long uses nature in his work and I like the way he uses the slate to make detailed sculptures.

he is currently showing his work at an exhibition in the Walsall art gallery.

aaqsanaz:

Richard Long(born 2nd June 1945) is an English sculptor, photographer and painter, also best known as a British land artist. His paintings are created by mud with palm and fingers of his hands, he does not use paint or brush. His sculptures are made out of wood and stones.

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ambermills318:

I edited this picture on photoshop CS6 using the cutout and fresco effects.

ambermills318:

I edited this picture on photoshop CS6 using the cutout and fresco effects.

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aydin1995:

aydin1995:
Photoshop Cs6
I’ve mixed 3 different photos together by using the marquee tool to blend the photos together.  These are my own photographs that I have taken. I have edited each one of these photos using Photoshop Cs6. I have mostly used the colour look up effect and blur tool to make the photo stand out and to focus on a certain area. I have also used the lens flare filter to create light at the edge of the photo.

aydin1995:

aydin1995:

Photoshop Cs6

I’ve mixed 3 different photos together by using the marquee tool to blend the photos together.  These are my own photographs that I have taken. I have edited each one of these photos using Photoshop Cs6. I have mostly used the colour look up effect and blur tool to make the photo stand out and to focus on a certain area. I have also used the lens flare filter to create light at the edge of the photo.

agataara:

 It’s for my final project.
I have been working on this painting from a photograph which I took in Sutton Park, painting it in opposite colours. By using the white and gray chalk to show the shape of the branches and the shadows.

agataara:

 It’s for my final project.

I have been working on this painting from a photograph which I took in Sutton Park, painting it in opposite colours. By using the white and gray chalk to show the shape of the branches and the shadows.

shanebytheway:

using map to create my features on my face, it was the creation of Ed Fairburn that drive me to create something that i would enjoy creating

shanebytheway:

this is the work of Ed Fairburn as he designs maps with face designed into them will great texture and tone, he uses the space around him and creates a beautiful creations of art

Ed Fairburn is a Welsh artist and is based on art that reflex’s whose ability to combine the geography of our  features of our faces Ed Fairburn has become known in Europe for his map portraits of peoples faces.

ambermills318:

Andy Goldsworthy, (born 26 July 1956) is a British sculptor, photographer and environmentalist producing site-specific sculpture and land art situated in natural and urban settings. He lives and works in Scotland.

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