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Eddie Wheeler Rock Legend from Gothenburg!

Eddie Wheeler Rock Legend from Gothenburg!

Whether you’re going all out for New Year’s Eve or planning a more low-key night, you’ll still need the perfect look to ring in 2017. And we have it! Amanda Rodriguez, our artist in residence, created a lust-worthy, yet sophisticated bronze-gold look that takes the classic smoky eye to a NYE-worthy level.

Whether you’re going all out for New Year’s Eve or planning a more low-key night, you’ll still need the perfect look to ring in And we have it! Amanda Rodriguez, our artist in residence, created a lust-worthy, yet sophisticated bronze-gold look that

help to absorb sound in a room. Easy to make. Each panel consists of a framed piece of canvas ( which we could have some of our artists paint on) with foam inserts!!!

Decorative Sound Absorbing Panels

This is a great sound-absorbing idea: music room, home theater room. decorated canvas, stuffed with the foam stuff, hang it on the walls for good acoustics

We are all artists, painting our lives upon the canvas of reality.

We are all Artists painting our lives upon the canvas of reality ~ Mix the colors your own way and apply emotion liberally ~ Don't be afraid to let your brush strokes show ~ and above all else, make sure your Art has Soul.

join our anatomy and tutorial for artists board http://pinterest.com/koztar/cg-anatomy-tutorials-for-artists/

Hand reference by *Pikishi on deviantART. Here's something that you can look at when you want to draw hands properly.

thrilled our artist-made Face Planter (#11) was included in Justina Blakeney's Vessels With Personality post :D

Trend Alert: Vessels with personality

Trend Alert: Vessels with personality.funky and fun minimalist ,contemporary ceramics in scandi and japan trend-The little faces are very funny and cute.

WoodCentral's Turning & Burning Contest :: Honorable Mention: Ray & Martha Rountree's "Moonstruck" Carved & Turned Vessel

Our new, collaborative, nature series, “Kodak Moments”, reflects the rewarding evolution of our artistic skills from our beginning in and our “education” from “The University of Trial and Error”.

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