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French Chantilly lace nicola yeung symmetry pattern

French Chantilly lace nicola yeung symmetry pattern

TEXTILE OF THE WEEK: MAKE A SPLASH! Look at the beauty a stone thrown into a creek can create! I grew up by water and I was always spending time flipping rocks into the pond and watching the rings and waves on the surface. So, here are textile patterns created out of just such a splash. I am enjoying the intensity of the white areas in the first option; doesn't is look like delicate lace? And I am also liking the reverse on the right, with its symmetry. Which one do you like?

TEXTILE OF THE WEEK: MAKE A SPLASH! Look at the beauty a stone thrown into a creek can create! I grew up by water and I was always spending time flipping rocks into the pond and watching the rings and waves on the surface. So, here are textile patterns created out of just such a splash. I am enjoying the intensity of the white areas in the first option; doesn't is look like delicate lace? And I am also liking the reverse on the right, with its symmetry. Which one do you like?

TEXTILE OF THE WEEK: MAKE A SPLASH! Look at the beauty a stone thrown into a creek can create! I grew up by water and I was always spending time flipping rocks into the pond and watching the rings and waves on the surface. So, here are textile patterns created out of just such a splash. I am enjoying the intensity of the white areas in the first option; doesn't is look like delicate lace? And I am also liking the reverse on the right, with its symmetry. Which one do you like?

TEXTILE OF THE WEEK: MAKE A SPLASH! Look at the beauty a stone thrown into a creek can create! I grew up by water and I was always spending time flipping rocks into the pond and watching the rings and waves on the surface. So, here are textile patterns created out of just such a splash. I am enjoying the intensity of the white areas in the first option; doesn't is look like delicate lace? And I am also liking the reverse on the right, with its symmetry. Which one do you like?

TEXTILE OF THE WEEK: MAKE A SPLASH! Look at the beauty a stone thrown into a creek can create! I grew up by water and I was always spending time flipping rocks into the pond and watching the rings and waves on the surface. So, here are textile patterns created out of just such a splash. I am enjoying the intensity of the white areas in the first option; doesn't is look like delicate lace? And I am also liking the reverse on the right, with its symmetry. Which one do you like?

TEXTILE OF THE WEEK: MAKE A SPLASH! Look at the beauty a stone thrown into a creek can create! I grew up by water and I was always spending time flipping rocks into the pond and watching the rings and waves on the surface. So, here are textile patterns created out of just such a splash. I am enjoying the intensity of the white areas in the first option; doesn't is look like delicate lace? And I am also liking the reverse on the right, with its symmetry. Which one do you like?

Marchesa F/W 2012 RTW

Fantastic Detailed Black Floral Lace on White Dress ~ Marchesa ~ Fall 2012 RTW

Light micrograph of the vein pattern of a New World endemic, Flaveria trinervia (Spreng.) by C. Mohr.

Breath Taking Microscopic Images

Expertise on obscure topics. Lichenometry, the dating method that use the growth rate of lichens for dating the surface that they colonize.

Beautiful Books: Haeckel's Kunstformen der Natur, 1904

Vintage print, 'Lichens', Haeckel Antique illustration, vintage natural history, 8 x Giclee print. An exquisite print of lichen plant forms adapted from Ernst Haeckel's 'Kunstformen der Natur' published

Circle Ornament, Ornamental Round Lace

Circle Ornament, Ornamental Round Lace

Buy Circle Ornament, Ornamental Round Lace by DeDron on GraphicRiver. Ornamental round lace can be used for wallpaper, pattern fills, web page background,surface textures.

Asymmetrical symmetry. Louise

Asymmetrical symmetry. Louise

What does the largest moon in the Solar System look like? Ganymede, larger than even Mercury and Pluto, has a surface speckled with bright young craters overlying a mixture of older, darker, more cratered terrain laced with grooves and ridges

Ganymede is a satellite of Jupiter and is the largest moon in the solar system. It is even bigger than the planet Mercury. The image is an enhanced-color Galileo spacecraft image of Ganymede’…

my favorite wildflower, Queen Anne's Lace, handmade tiles from Symmetry Tile Works  http://symmetrytilenh.com/  Every surface texture and focal image on the tiles is created by pressing objects into the clay body, utilizing as many natural objects as possible as printing tools.

my favorite wildflower, Queen Anne's Lace, handmade tiles from Symmetry Tile Works http://symmetrytilenh.com/ Every surface texture and focal image on the tiles is created by pressing objects into the clay body, utilizing as many natural objects as possible as printing tools.

Jasmin Sian | Artspace. <p>Primarily creating works on paper, Jasmin Sian uses the techniques of paper cutting and drawing to create intricate works of art. Using a meticulous process that involves dividing her work surface into quadrants and mapping out her design in order to obtain symmetry, Sian constructs delicate, lace-like works that closely resemble a piece of embroidery. Her works bring together images of flora and fauna, with decorative patterns, calling to mind the art-historical…

Jasmin Sian biography and art for sale. Buy art at exclusive members only pricing at the leading online contemporary art marketplace.

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