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Levalet’s Site-Specific, Absurdist Drawings

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Felix Dolah’s Diluted Charcoal Drawings

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Baptiste Hersoc’s Drawings Combine Disparate Elements

Baptiste Hersoc’s drawings and paintings merge unlikely objects and organic parts, with both humorous and ghastly results. The artist has both illustration and fine art practices, with book contributions, magazine projects, and regular collaborations. His “Introspection” series uses the human body as its theme.More...


Origami Used to Create ‘Lava’ in Spain Festival

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Sargent Art Metallic Tempera - 00118-9015 by blick

Item description: This Painting Liquid Tempera Paint product is by blick - Sargent Art fine quality tempera paint creates rich, metallic faux and patina finishes on wood, paper or plastic. Durable see-thru 8 oz plastic bottles are ideal for finding the color you need and perfect for kids activities.... Learn More

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