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Sculptural Lighting by Suzanne Derrer at The Jett Gallery in Santa Fe, NM. I own a red floor lamp!

I love lamp.  http://jettgallery.com/sculptural-lighting-by-suzanne-derrer/

I love lamp. http://jettgallery.com/sculptural-lighting-by-suzanne-derrer/

Tall Sculptural lighting

Tall Sculptural lighting

ARTPRIZE!!! Grand Rapids, Michigan. BEST Art Competition...for anyone to join! Paper + Light = Shadow portraits

Origami Shadow Art of Actual Faces

Paper + Light = Shadow portraits: by Kumi Yamashita a Japanese artist living in New York

Amazing Sculptures Made From Buttons on Strings.                                     Gloucestershire Resource Centre http://www.grcltd.org/scrapstore/

Amazing Sculptures Made From Buttons on Strings

Paper is a miracle.  From rags, bark, grass, or leaves comes a way to pass on wisdom, humor, art, or  to leave a testament for the ages.  But paper doesn't only convey history. It can be beautiful ...

Paper is a miracle. From rags, bark, grass, or leaves comes a way to pass on wisdom, humor, art, or to leave a testament for the ages. But paper doesn't only convey history. It can be beautiful ...

Image detail for -Metal Marsh 2005 - installations of Phillip Glashoff's work

Image detail for -Metal Marsh 2005 - installations of Phillip Glashoff's work

Neil Dawson’s Horizons sculpture is an incredible optical illusion located in New Zealand on ‘The Farm,’ a large private art park owned by Alan Gibbs.

Horizons, by New Zealand artist Neil Dawson, looks like a line drawing on a photo, but is in fact a real sculpture made of welded steel.

Ignacio Canales Aracil | "Pressed flowers. Just flowers. Spanish artist Ignacio Canales Aracil collects flowers from the private gardens of the most renowned landscape designers in Europe and then presses them into large molds. He gets no help from adhesives… just a month long drying process and the loving, miraculous touch of mother nature. When they’re complete he adds a spray of light varnish to protect them from moisture. So amazing… delicate and stunningly beautiful."

A new take on pressed flowers. Spanish artist Ignacio Canales Aracil collects flowers and presses them into large molds, allowing them to dry for one month. No glue or other adhesives, just a light varnish as a final step to protect from moisture.

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