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Originally posted on Metamorfose vir my Siel:
Ek deel graag ń paar van my gunsteling waterverf skilderye gewerf vanaf die web. Laat weet gerus of enige van die skilderye vir julle ook mooi is. Aspaai Skilderye gewerf vanaf Google Images.
Originally posted on Tokeloshe:
I made a few hatpins, which I want to use in my scrapbooks. “Hatpins reached a peak of popularity between the 1890’s and 1920’s, as music hall actresses like Lillian Russell and Lillian Langtry fueled the popularity of large elaborate hats without bonnet strings. Having originated in the 1850’s to secure…
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Posted by donnaturns The story behind Kyle’s chess set…. It all began about eight years ago with Harry Potter, so it was fitting that the chess set I made had a connection to that story…. When Kyle was I think, about eleven years old, he spent a week with me in New Hampshire during the […]
Originally posted on Global Art Junkie:
The Tel Aviv Museum of Art has put tens of thousands of buttons from private collections together for an exhibit called Gilding the Lily: Buttons and Other Ornaments. Its curator notes that button collecting is an act of passion, for some, almost an obsession. “Placing the miniature, Lilliputian button as the…
Originally posted on blog.designosaur.us:
Horseshoe Crabs have been on the earth for 500 million years. They are fragile gentle creatures. They use their tails, not for stinging, but as a rudder while moving in the water, and if necessary, to right themselves when flipped upside down. Although horseshoe crabs lay over 800,000 eggs…
Hans Hoekstra from the gallery of Hans Hoekstra..
Source: mk-o: Transfiguration