Fleur de Vie — On considère la Fleur de Vie comme un symbole de géométrie sacrée

Flower of Life - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia --- and other geometric figures (note: read through ahead of time, go through and digest information to share with young ones; sit along-side older ones to discuss potential sensibility issues)

Closeup from The Vision of Tondalys by Hieronymus Bosch

History Books

Taluvir by Dorian Legret

Taluvir by Dorian Legret

La ballerine qui danse joliment

90 idées de photographie noir et blanc qui peut décorer vos murs

la-danseuse-ballet-corps-sportive-jupe-longue-photo-noir-et-blanc.

Sayaka Ganz uses common plastic and metal objects to build his sculptures --- look closely

Sculpture recyclé

michaelmoonsbookshop:  beautiful peacock design art nouveau book cover

michaelmoonsbookshop: “ michaelmoonsbookshop: “ Attractive late century gilt design on blue cloth - The beautiful art nouveau Peacock design is by AA Turbayne ” [Sold] ”

Vole de tes propres ailes LOL! Fly with your own wings LOL!

romancelovelust: “There was a chance she would fall into the water. Although she would have liked better odds, those were good enough. She gathered her strength, wrapped herself in courage.and ran, full speed, towards the cliff.

L’ukiyo-e (浮世絵), ou images du monde flottant, qui désigne tant des estampes gravées sur bois que des peintures, est né à l’ère Edo (1603-1868) au moment de l’émergence de la classe marchande.   Cette forme d’art inclut certaines des œuvres les plus reconnaissables du Japon. En plus des acteurs de kabuki, des lutteurs de sumo, des scènes historiques ou mythologiques, des paysages, l’un des plus célèbres thèmes de l’ukiyo-e est le portrait féminin connu sous l’appellation « bijin-ga »…

Ukiyo-e, The floating world is revisited by former kimono painter, Haruyo Morita. By adding movement and vivid colours SHE shows the adaptability of Traditional Japanese art to our globalized World.

Mouvement:

ctrl+click or cmd+click each image for readable sizes, or just click these handy links: one two three four Once again stressing that this is how I do things, not how you should do.

Richard Stainthorp, an artist based in Richmond in the U.K., seem like dancers or woodland spirits captured in mid-stride. For more inspirations or amazing pictures check: http://www.bocadolobo.com/en/inspiration-and-ideas/

Wire Sculpture by Richard Stainthorp

Breathtaking Wire Sculptures Capture the Fluidity of the Human Body English artist Richard Stainthorp captures the beautiful energy and fluidity of the human body using wire. The life-sized sculptures feature both figures in motion and at rest,.

Designed to add movement to garden decor, kinetic wind sculptures are beautiful pieces of art that incorporate the clever use of sculpted pieces which spin in different directions with the blowing wind.

Kinetic Wind Sculptures

Designed to add movement to garden decor, kinetic wind sculptures are beautiful pieces of art that incorporate the clever use of sculpted pieces which spin in different directions with the blowing wind.

15+ Breathtaking Photos Of Dancers In Motion Reveal The Extraordinary Grace Of Their Bodies

15+ Breathtaking Photos Of Dancers In Motion Reveal The Extraordinary Grace Of Their Bodies

Photo by Ken Browar and Deborah Ory for NYC Dance Project, of Cassandra Trenary, Soloist, American Ballet Theatre.

Saatchi Art Artiste Laurie Brown;  Collage, "L'art moderne de mur, art de mur circulaire, fine art du papier 3-Dimensional originale, laminé art du papier, Daydream" #art

Modern wall art, Circular wall art, Original 3-Dimensional paper fine art, rolled paper art, "Daydream" Collage by Laurie Brown

Saatchi Art: Modern wall art, Circular wall art, Original paper fine art, rolled paper art, "Daydream" Collage by Laurie Brown

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