Beach Pebble Art Stone Pictures "Up, Up and Away" Nursery, Child, Fantasy Gift FREE SHIPPING within the USA
This fun and quirky image of a little girl floating away beneath a handful of balloons was created using pebbles I collected on the shores of Lake Michigan while camping there with my family. The picture is titled "Up, up and away..." This listing is for a one-of-a-kind beach pebble picture, not a print or photograph! The pebbles are securely attached to the display board using a powerful adhesive. The display mat is an off-white /cream shade, and the frame is vintage, made of sanded and…
Gecko dot painting final
Best viewed on black background Gecko created by repetitive pattern of dots. I used the end of wooden pencils, small toothpicks and Q-tips to create the various dot sizes. Inspiration was Australian aboriginal dot painting art and my own fascination with dots, repetition, circles, patterns and the rhythm caused when they are combined. I also have a passion for geckoes, their behavior, look, skin patterns and body design. Material tempera paint and construction paper. Not very permanent…
Dreamtime Sisters by Colleen Wallace Nungari from Utopia, Central Australia created a 30 x 69 cm Acrylic on Canvas painting SOLD at the Aboriginal Art Store
Dreamtime Sisters by Colleen Wallace Nungari from Utopia, Central Australia created an 30 x 69 cm painting. Free worldwide shipping and order tracking and certificate of authenticity with every piece of artwork along with a customer satisfaction guarantee from the Aboriginal Art Store
Aboriginal Artist Fabrianne Peterson Nampitjinpa 0936
Artist: Fabrianne Peterson NampitjinpaDreaming: WangunuPainted in Alice Springs 2011Contact: email@example.com
Papunya Dot Painting
Representing Australia in our "World of Art" Workshop. It's just tempera paint applied with the flat end of a skewer, chopstick, dowel, what ever. I estimate there are between 1,500 and 2000 dots on this. No wonder my wrist is sore.
Art at Becker Middle School
Welcome to our blog! This site showcases the processes and products of 7th and 8th grade art students at Becker Middle School.