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asylum-art:

Floating City Cardboard Sculpture by Nina Lindgren
Exposed to the Art Gallery Art Rebels in Copenhagen, “Floating City” is a cardboard sculpture created by a Swedish illustrator and designer Nina Lindgren. This incredible structure measuring about two meters of diameter and is made simply with cardboard and glue for a truly creative and unique result.
asylum-art:

Floating City Cardboard Sculpture by Nina Lindgren
Exposed to the Art Gallery Art Rebels in Copenhagen, “Floating City” is a cardboard sculpture created by a Swedish illustrator and designer Nina Lindgren. This incredible structure measuring about two meters of diameter and is made simply with cardboard and glue for a truly creative and unique result.
asylum-art:

Floating City Cardboard Sculpture by Nina Lindgren
Exposed to the Art Gallery Art Rebels in Copenhagen, “Floating City” is a cardboard sculpture created by a Swedish illustrator and designer Nina Lindgren. This incredible structure measuring about two meters of diameter and is made simply with cardboard and glue for a truly creative and unique result.
asylum-art:

Floating City Cardboard Sculpture by Nina Lindgren
Exposed to the Art Gallery Art Rebels in Copenhagen, “Floating City” is a cardboard sculpture created by a Swedish illustrator and designer Nina Lindgren. This incredible structure measuring about two meters of diameter and is made simply with cardboard and glue for a truly creative and unique result.
asylum-art:

Floating City Cardboard Sculpture by Nina Lindgren
Exposed to the Art Gallery Art Rebels in Copenhagen, “Floating City” is a cardboard sculpture created by a Swedish illustrator and designer Nina Lindgren. This incredible structure measuring about two meters of diameter and is made simply with cardboard and glue for a truly creative and unique result.
asylum-art:

Floating City Cardboard Sculpture by Nina Lindgren
Exposed to the Art Gallery Art Rebels in Copenhagen, “Floating City” is a cardboard sculpture created by a Swedish illustrator and designer Nina Lindgren. This incredible structure measuring about two meters of diameter and is made simply with cardboard and glue for a truly creative and unique result.
asylum-art:

Floating City Cardboard Sculpture by Nina Lindgren
Exposed to the Art Gallery Art Rebels in Copenhagen, “Floating City” is a cardboard sculpture created by a Swedish illustrator and designer Nina Lindgren. This incredible structure measuring about two meters of diameter and is made simply with cardboard and glue for a truly creative and unique result.
asylum-art:

Floating City Cardboard Sculpture by Nina Lindgren
Exposed to the Art Gallery Art Rebels in Copenhagen, “Floating City” is a cardboard sculpture created by a Swedish illustrator and designer Nina Lindgren. This incredible structure measuring about two meters of diameter and is made simply with cardboard and glue for a truly creative and unique result.
asylum-art:

Floating City Cardboard Sculpture by Nina Lindgren
Exposed to the Art Gallery Art Rebels in Copenhagen, “Floating City” is a cardboard sculpture created by a Swedish illustrator and designer Nina Lindgren. This incredible structure measuring about two meters of diameter and is made simply with cardboard and glue for a truly creative and unique result.

asylum-art:

Floating City Cardboard Sculpture by Nina Lindgren

Exposed to the Art Gallery Art Rebels in Copenhagen, “Floating City” is a cardboard sculpture created by a Swedish illustrator and designer Nina Lindgren. This incredible structure measuring about two meters of diameter and is made simply with cardboard and glue for a truly creative and unique result.


efimeras:

 Les Berges Floating Gardens / Los jardines Flotantes de Berges
    Between Royal Bridge and the Bridge of the Soul of the Seine In Paris,the new Berges has recently conditioned by the city hall and is possible to enjoy five floating gardens with five different themes. 
The first garden called bird island, has a open installation of an glass aviary where an intensive planting slips in it offering an unusual haven for walkers. 
The next  garden is called the orchard island and a wooden floor cross by in the middle of an apple orchard with some benches around, where it results in an irresistible stop. 
The central island garden is the encounter place that attracts by the scent of white willows and alders close to the water. 
The following garden is called the Prairie Island where is dominatede by the tall grass that ripples in the wind a line of red chairs made ​​with allows to citizens enjoy under the sun a marine world. 
Then the fifth is the last of the timber mounted chaise-longe island, it allows to sit back and relax while enjoying the view of the Paris Grand Palais. 
The result of the entire installation, small unexpected and unusual places where ephemeral installation through the contemporary garden and the urban river tradition converses in their own encounter.

    En París, entre el  Puente Royal y el Puente del Alma del Sena, en los nuevos Berges acondicionados recientemente por el Ayuntamiento, se pueden disfrutar de cinco jardines flotantes sobre el río con cinco temáticas diferentes. 
El primer jardín  llamado la isla de los pájaros,  tiene el montaje de  una liviana pajarera de vidrio  y abierta por donde se cuela parte de la intensa plantación realizada,  ofreciendo un refugio atípico para el paseante. 
La siguiente llamada la isla vergel, está atravesada por un suelo de madera en medio de una plantación de manzanos con unos bancos alrededor, resultando  una parada irresistible.
El jardín o  isla central es el lugar encuentro, atraídos por los aromas de sauces blancos y de alisos y de la proximidad de las aguas.
En el siguiente jardín  llamado la isla pradera, dominan las hierbas altas, las flores de los campos y las gramíneas ondulan al viento. En el centro, una línea de tumbonas realizadas con red, permiten al ciudadano adentrarse bajo el sol en el mundo marino.
Y la quinta y última isla desde las chaise-longe de madera  montadas, permiten recostarse y descansar mientras se disfruta de las vistas del Grand Palais parisino.
Resultando toda la instalación,  pequeños lugares inesperados e insólitos donde la instalación efímera a través del jardín contemporáneo y la tradición  del río urbano dialogan en su encuentro.

Título de Postgrado en Instalaciones Efímeras
Mas información en: www.instalacionesefimeras.com

efimeras:

 Les Berges Floating Gardens / Los jardines Flotantes de Berges
    Between Royal Bridge and the Bridge of the Soul of the Seine In Paris,the new Berges has recently conditioned by the city hall and is possible to enjoy five floating gardens with five different themes. 
The first garden called bird island, has a open installation of an glass aviary where an intensive planting slips in it offering an unusual haven for walkers. 
The next  garden is called the orchard island and a wooden floor cross by in the middle of an apple orchard with some benches around, where it results in an irresistible stop. 
The central island garden is the encounter place that attracts by the scent of white willows and alders close to the water. 
The following garden is called the Prairie Island where is dominatede by the tall grass that ripples in the wind a line of red chairs made ​​with allows to citizens enjoy under the sun a marine world. 
Then the fifth is the last of the timber mounted chaise-longe island, it allows to sit back and relax while enjoying the view of the Paris Grand Palais. 
The result of the entire installation, small unexpected and unusual places where ephemeral installation through the contemporary garden and the urban river tradition converses in their own encounter.

    En París, entre el  Puente Royal y el Puente del Alma del Sena, en los nuevos Berges acondicionados recientemente por el Ayuntamiento, se pueden disfrutar de cinco jardines flotantes sobre el río con cinco temáticas diferentes. 
El primer jardín  llamado la isla de los pájaros,  tiene el montaje de  una liviana pajarera de vidrio  y abierta por donde se cuela parte de la intensa plantación realizada,  ofreciendo un refugio atípico para el paseante. 
La siguiente llamada la isla vergel, está atravesada por un suelo de madera en medio de una plantación de manzanos con unos bancos alrededor, resultando  una parada irresistible.
El jardín o  isla central es el lugar encuentro, atraídos por los aromas de sauces blancos y de alisos y de la proximidad de las aguas.
En el siguiente jardín  llamado la isla pradera, dominan las hierbas altas, las flores de los campos y las gramíneas ondulan al viento. En el centro, una línea de tumbonas realizadas con red, permiten al ciudadano adentrarse bajo el sol en el mundo marino.
Y la quinta y última isla desde las chaise-longe de madera  montadas, permiten recostarse y descansar mientras se disfruta de las vistas del Grand Palais parisino.
Resultando toda la instalación,  pequeños lugares inesperados e insólitos donde la instalación efímera a través del jardín contemporáneo y la tradición  del río urbano dialogan en su encuentro.

Título de Postgrado en Instalaciones Efímeras
Mas información en: www.instalacionesefimeras.com

efimeras:

 Les Berges Floating Gardens / Los jardines Flotantes de Berges
    Between Royal Bridge and the Bridge of the Soul of the Seine In Paris,the new Berges has recently conditioned by the city hall and is possible to enjoy five floating gardens with five different themes. 
The first garden called bird island, has a open installation of an glass aviary where an intensive planting slips in it offering an unusual haven for walkers. 
The next  garden is called the orchard island and a wooden floor cross by in the middle of an apple orchard with some benches around, where it results in an irresistible stop. 
The central island garden is the encounter place that attracts by the scent of white willows and alders close to the water. 
The following garden is called the Prairie Island where is dominatede by the tall grass that ripples in the wind a line of red chairs made ​​with allows to citizens enjoy under the sun a marine world. 
Then the fifth is the last of the timber mounted chaise-longe island, it allows to sit back and relax while enjoying the view of the Paris Grand Palais. 
The result of the entire installation, small unexpected and unusual places where ephemeral installation through the contemporary garden and the urban river tradition converses in their own encounter.

    En París, entre el  Puente Royal y el Puente del Alma del Sena, en los nuevos Berges acondicionados recientemente por el Ayuntamiento, se pueden disfrutar de cinco jardines flotantes sobre el río con cinco temáticas diferentes. 
El primer jardín  llamado la isla de los pájaros,  tiene el montaje de  una liviana pajarera de vidrio  y abierta por donde se cuela parte de la intensa plantación realizada,  ofreciendo un refugio atípico para el paseante. 
La siguiente llamada la isla vergel, está atravesada por un suelo de madera en medio de una plantación de manzanos con unos bancos alrededor, resultando  una parada irresistible.
El jardín o  isla central es el lugar encuentro, atraídos por los aromas de sauces blancos y de alisos y de la proximidad de las aguas.
En el siguiente jardín  llamado la isla pradera, dominan las hierbas altas, las flores de los campos y las gramíneas ondulan al viento. En el centro, una línea de tumbonas realizadas con red, permiten al ciudadano adentrarse bajo el sol en el mundo marino.
Y la quinta y última isla desde las chaise-longe de madera  montadas, permiten recostarse y descansar mientras se disfruta de las vistas del Grand Palais parisino.
Resultando toda la instalación,  pequeños lugares inesperados e insólitos donde la instalación efímera a través del jardín contemporáneo y la tradición  del río urbano dialogan en su encuentro.

Título de Postgrado en Instalaciones Efímeras
Mas información en: www.instalacionesefimeras.com

efimeras:

 Les Berges Floating Gardens / Los jardines Flotantes de Berges
    Between Royal Bridge and the Bridge of the Soul of the Seine In Paris,the new Berges has recently conditioned by the city hall and is possible to enjoy five floating gardens with five different themes. 
The first garden called bird island, has a open installation of an glass aviary where an intensive planting slips in it offering an unusual haven for walkers. 
The next  garden is called the orchard island and a wooden floor cross by in the middle of an apple orchard with some benches around, where it results in an irresistible stop. 
The central island garden is the encounter place that attracts by the scent of white willows and alders close to the water. 
The following garden is called the Prairie Island where is dominatede by the tall grass that ripples in the wind a line of red chairs made ​​with allows to citizens enjoy under the sun a marine world. 
Then the fifth is the last of the timber mounted chaise-longe island, it allows to sit back and relax while enjoying the view of the Paris Grand Palais. 
The result of the entire installation, small unexpected and unusual places where ephemeral installation through the contemporary garden and the urban river tradition converses in their own encounter.

    En París, entre el  Puente Royal y el Puente del Alma del Sena, en los nuevos Berges acondicionados recientemente por el Ayuntamiento, se pueden disfrutar de cinco jardines flotantes sobre el río con cinco temáticas diferentes. 
El primer jardín  llamado la isla de los pájaros,  tiene el montaje de  una liviana pajarera de vidrio  y abierta por donde se cuela parte de la intensa plantación realizada,  ofreciendo un refugio atípico para el paseante. 
La siguiente llamada la isla vergel, está atravesada por un suelo de madera en medio de una plantación de manzanos con unos bancos alrededor, resultando  una parada irresistible.
El jardín o  isla central es el lugar encuentro, atraídos por los aromas de sauces blancos y de alisos y de la proximidad de las aguas.
En el siguiente jardín  llamado la isla pradera, dominan las hierbas altas, las flores de los campos y las gramíneas ondulan al viento. En el centro, una línea de tumbonas realizadas con red, permiten al ciudadano adentrarse bajo el sol en el mundo marino.
Y la quinta y última isla desde las chaise-longe de madera  montadas, permiten recostarse y descansar mientras se disfruta de las vistas del Grand Palais parisino.
Resultando toda la instalación,  pequeños lugares inesperados e insólitos donde la instalación efímera a través del jardín contemporáneo y la tradición  del río urbano dialogan en su encuentro.

Título de Postgrado en Instalaciones Efímeras
Mas información en: www.instalacionesefimeras.com

efimeras:

 Les Berges Floating Gardens / Los jardines Flotantes de Berges

    Between Royal Bridge and the Bridge of the Soul of the Seine In Paris,the new Berges has recently conditioned by the city hall and is possible to enjoy five floating gardens with five different themes. 

The first garden called bird island, has a open installation of an glass aviary where an intensive planting slips in it offering an unusual haven for walkers. 

The next  garden is called the orchard island and a wooden floor cross by in the middle of an apple orchard with some benches around, where it results in an irresistible stop. 

The central island garden is the encounter place that attracts by the scent of white willows and alders close to the water. 

The following garden is called the Prairie Island where is dominatede by the tall grass that ripples in the wind a line of red chairs made ​​with allows to citizens enjoy under the sun a marine world. 

Then the fifth is the last of the timber mounted chaise-longe island, it allows to sit back and relax while enjoying the view of the Paris Grand Palais. 

The result of the entire installation, small unexpected and unusual places where ephemeral installation through the contemporary garden and the urban river tradition converses in their own encounter.

    En París, entre el  Puente Royal y el Puente del Alma del Sena, en los nuevos Berges acondicionados recientemente por el Ayuntamiento, se pueden disfrutar de cinco jardines flotantes sobre el río con cinco temáticas diferentes. 

El primer jardín  llamado la isla de los pájaros,  tiene el montaje de  una liviana pajarera de vidrio  y abierta por donde se cuela parte de la intensa plantación realizada,  ofreciendo un refugio atípico para el paseante. 

La siguiente llamada la isla vergel, está atravesada por un suelo de madera en medio de una plantación de manzanos con unos bancos alrededor, resultando  una parada irresistible.

El jardín o  isla central es el lugar encuentro, atraídos por los aromas de sauces blancos y de alisos y de la proximidad de las aguas.

En el siguiente jardín  llamado la isla pradera, dominan las hierbas altas, las flores de los campos y las gramíneas ondulan al viento. En el centro, una línea de tumbonas realizadas con red, permiten al ciudadano adentrarse bajo el sol en el mundo marino.

Y la quinta y última isla desde las chaise-longe de madera  montadas, permiten recostarse y descansar mientras se disfruta de las vistas del Grand Palais parisino.

Resultando toda la instalación,  pequeños lugares inesperados e insólitos donde la instalación efímera a través del jardín contemporáneo y la tradición  del río urbano dialogan en su encuentro.

Título de Postgrado en Instalaciones Efímeras

Mas información en: www.instalacionesefimeras.com


crossconnectmag:

Matthew Cox is a Philadelphia-based artist who embraces and joins a variety of media to produce several thematic series of work. Medical x-rays and embroidery, couture and crime, rubber stamps, short -story prose and paint all layer toward a darkly comic and anachronistic impression of the human condition in the twenty-first century. He is represented by Jonathan Ferrara Gallery in New Orleans.  
Here artist demonstrates the ultimate in science meets art with his embroidered x-ray pieces.
                               :-)
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Matthew Cox is a Philadelphia-based artist who embraces and joins a variety of media to produce several thematic series of work. Medical x-rays and embroidery, couture and crime, rubber stamps, short -story prose and paint all layer toward a darkly comic and anachronistic impression of the human condition in the twenty-first century. He is represented by Jonathan Ferrara Gallery in New Orleans.  
Here artist demonstrates the ultimate in science meets art with his embroidered x-ray pieces.
                               :-)
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Matthew Cox is a Philadelphia-based artist who embraces and joins a variety of media to produce several thematic series of work. Medical x-rays and embroidery, couture and crime, rubber stamps, short -story prose and paint all layer toward a darkly comic and anachronistic impression of the human condition in the twenty-first century. He is represented by Jonathan Ferrara Gallery in New Orleans.  
Here artist demonstrates the ultimate in science meets art with his embroidered x-ray pieces.
                               :-)
—
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crossconnectmag:

Matthew Cox is a Philadelphia-based artist who embraces and joins a variety of media to produce several thematic series of work. Medical x-rays and embroidery, couture and crime, rubber stamps, short -story prose and paint all layer toward a darkly comic and anachronistic impression of the human condition in the twenty-first century. He is represented by Jonathan Ferrara Gallery in New Orleans.  
Here artist demonstrates the ultimate in science meets art with his embroidered x-ray pieces.
                               :-)
—
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crossconnectmag:

Matthew Cox is a Philadelphia-based artist who embraces and joins a variety of media to produce several thematic series of work. Medical x-rays and embroidery, couture and crime, rubber stamps, short -story prose and paint all layer toward a darkly comic and anachronistic impression of the human condition in the twenty-first century. He is represented by Jonathan Ferrara Gallery in New Orleans.  
Here artist demonstrates the ultimate in science meets art with his embroidered x-ray pieces.
                               :-)
—
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crossconnectmag:

Matthew Cox is a Philadelphia-based artist who embraces and joins a variety of media to produce several thematic series of work. Medical x-rays and embroidery, couture and crime, rubber stamps, short -story prose and paint all layer toward a darkly comic and anachronistic impression of the human condition in the twenty-first century. He is represented by Jonathan Ferrara Gallery in New Orleans.  
Here artist demonstrates the ultimate in science meets art with his embroidered x-ray pieces.
                               :-)
—
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crossconnectmag:

Matthew Cox is a Philadelphia-based artist who embraces and joins a variety of media to produce several thematic series of work. Medical x-rays and embroidery, couture and crime, rubber stamps, short -story prose and paint all layer toward a darkly comic and anachronistic impression of the human condition in the twenty-first century. He is represented by Jonathan Ferrara Gallery in New Orleans.  
Here artist demonstrates the ultimate in science meets art with his embroidered x-ray pieces.
                               :-)
—
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crossconnectmag:

Matthew Cox is a Philadelphia-based artist who embraces and joins a variety of media to produce several thematic series of work. Medical x-rays and embroidery, couture and crime, rubber stamps, short -story prose and paint all layer toward a darkly comic and anachronistic impression of the human condition in the twenty-first century. He is represented by Jonathan Ferrara Gallery in New Orleans.  
Here artist demonstrates the ultimate in science meets art with his embroidered x-ray pieces.
                               :-)
—
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crossconnectmag:

Matthew Cox is a Philadelphia-based artist who embraces and joins a variety of media to produce several thematic series of work. Medical x-rays and embroidery, couture and crime, rubber stamps, short -story prose and paint all layer toward a darkly comic and anachronistic impression of the human condition in the twenty-first century. He is represented by Jonathan Ferrara Gallery in New Orleans.  
Here artist demonstrates the ultimate in science meets art with his embroidered x-ray pieces.
                               :-)
—
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crossconnectmag:

Matthew Cox is a Philadelphia-based artist who embraces and joins a variety of media to produce several thematic series of work. Medical x-rays and embroidery, couture and crime, rubber stamps, short -story prose and paint all layer toward a darkly comic and anachronistic impression of the human condition in the twenty-first century. He is represented by Jonathan Ferrara Gallery in New Orleans.  

Here artist demonstrates the ultimate in science meets art with his embroidered x-ray pieces.

                               :-)

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Martine Johanna is a Dutch born and raised artist, right from the green heart of the Netherlands, now living and working in Amsterdam. From a young age music, high fashion, folk culture, nature, odd movies and storytelling where and are still major influences in her life. After a career as a fashion designer, mid 2008 her direction turned entirely towards painting and drawing. Sometimes on the streets most of the times just anywhere possible. When she makes prints or paints she tries to use bio-degradable materials and inks whenever possible. Most works are build up from mixture of materials water-based oil paint, graphite, ink on wood or canvas, sometimes just a paper & pencil is enough. 

'When I draw or paint, the world becomes translucent and fluid. Like the tale of Alice, but I am not a lost girl, I am the dark wanderer over rooftops, sliding into your dreams…'via

                                            :-)
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Martine Johanna is a Dutch born and raised artist, right from the green heart of the Netherlands, now living and working in Amsterdam. From a young age music, high fashion, folk culture, nature, odd movies and storytelling where and are still major influences in her life. After a career as a fashion designer, mid 2008 her direction turned entirely towards painting and drawing. Sometimes on the streets most of the times just anywhere possible. When she makes prints or paints she tries to use bio-degradable materials and inks whenever possible. Most works are build up from mixture of materials water-based oil paint, graphite, ink on wood or canvas, sometimes just a paper & pencil is enough. 

'When I draw or paint, the world becomes translucent and fluid. Like the tale of Alice, but I am not a lost girl, I am the dark wanderer over rooftops, sliding into your dreams…'via

                                            :-)
—
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crossconnectmag:

Martine Johanna is a Dutch born and raised artist, right from the green heart of the Netherlands, now living and working in Amsterdam. From a young age music, high fashion, folk culture, nature, odd movies and storytelling where and are still major influences in her life. After a career as a fashion designer, mid 2008 her direction turned entirely towards painting and drawing. Sometimes on the streets most of the times just anywhere possible. When she makes prints or paints she tries to use bio-degradable materials and inks whenever possible. Most works are build up from mixture of materials water-based oil paint, graphite, ink on wood or canvas, sometimes just a paper & pencil is enough. 

'When I draw or paint, the world becomes translucent and fluid. Like the tale of Alice, but I am not a lost girl, I am the dark wanderer over rooftops, sliding into your dreams…'via

                                            :-)
—
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crossconnectmag:

Martine Johanna is a Dutch born and raised artist, right from the green heart of the Netherlands, now living and working in Amsterdam. From a young age music, high fashion, folk culture, nature, odd movies and storytelling where and are still major influences in her life. After a career as a fashion designer, mid 2008 her direction turned entirely towards painting and drawing. Sometimes on the streets most of the times just anywhere possible. When she makes prints or paints she tries to use bio-degradable materials and inks whenever possible. Most works are build up from mixture of materials water-based oil paint, graphite, ink on wood or canvas, sometimes just a paper & pencil is enough. 

'When I draw or paint, the world becomes translucent and fluid. Like the tale of Alice, but I am not a lost girl, I am the dark wanderer over rooftops, sliding into your dreams…'via

                                            :-)
—
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crossconnectmag:

Martine Johanna is a Dutch born and raised artist, right from the green heart of the Netherlands, now living and working in Amsterdam. From a young age music, high fashion, folk culture, nature, odd movies and storytelling where and are still major influences in her life. After a career as a fashion designer, mid 2008 her direction turned entirely towards painting and drawing. Sometimes on the streets most of the times just anywhere possible. When she makes prints or paints she tries to use bio-degradable materials and inks whenever possible. Most works are build up from mixture of materials water-based oil paint, graphite, ink on wood or canvas, sometimes just a paper & pencil is enough. 

'When I draw or paint, the world becomes translucent and fluid. Like the tale of Alice, but I am not a lost girl, I am the dark wanderer over rooftops, sliding into your dreams…'via

                                            :-)
—
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crossconnectmag:

Martine Johanna is a Dutch born and raised artist, right from the green heart of the Netherlands, now living and working in Amsterdam. From a young age music, high fashion, folk culture, nature, odd movies and storytelling where and are still major influences in her life. After a career as a fashion designer, mid 2008 her direction turned entirely towards painting and drawing. Sometimes on the streets most of the times just anywhere possible. When she makes prints or paints she tries to use bio-degradable materials and inks whenever possible. Most works are build up from mixture of materials water-based oil paint, graphite, ink on wood or canvas, sometimes just a paper & pencil is enough. 

'When I draw or paint, the world becomes translucent and fluid. Like the tale of Alice, but I am not a lost girl, I am the dark wanderer over rooftops, sliding into your dreams…'via

                                            :-)
—
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crossconnectmag:

Martine Johanna is a Dutch born and raised artist, right from the green heart of the Netherlands, now living and working in Amsterdam. From a young age music, high fashion, folk culture, nature, odd movies and storytelling where and are still major influences in her life. After a career as a fashion designer, mid 2008 her direction turned entirely towards painting and drawing. Sometimes on the streets most of the times just anywhere possible. When she makes prints or paints she tries to use bio-degradable materials and inks whenever possible. Most works are build up from mixture of materials water-based oil paint, graphite, ink on wood or canvas, sometimes just a paper & pencil is enough. 

'When I draw or paint, the world becomes translucent and fluid. Like the tale of Alice, but I am not a lost girl, I am the dark wanderer over rooftops, sliding into your dreams…'via

                                            :-)
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Martine Johanna is a Dutch born and raised artist, right from the green heart of the Netherlands, now living and working in Amsterdam. From a young age music, high fashion, folk culture, nature, odd movies and storytelling where and are still major influences in her life. After a career as a fashion designer, mid 2008 her direction turned entirely towards painting and drawing. Sometimes on the streets most of the times just anywhere possible. When she makes prints or paints she tries to use bio-degradable materials and inks whenever possible. Most works are build up from mixture of materials water-based oil paint, graphite, ink on wood or canvas, sometimes just a paper & pencil is enough. 

'When I draw or paint, the world becomes translucent and fluid. Like the tale of Alice, but I am not a lost girl, I am the dark wanderer over rooftops, sliding into your dreams…'via

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Cross Connect Mag // Facebook - Flickr - Twitter

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Martine Johanna is a Dutch born and raised artist, right from the green heart of the Netherlands, now living and working in Amsterdam. From a young age music, high fashion, folk culture, nature, odd movies and storytelling where and are still major influences in her life. After a career as a fashion designer, mid 2008 her direction turned entirely towards painting and drawing. Sometimes on the streets most of the times just anywhere possible. When she makes prints or paints she tries to use bio-degradable materials and inks whenever possible. Most works are build up from mixture of materials water-based oil paint, graphite, ink on wood or canvas, sometimes just a paper & pencil is enough. 

'When I draw or paint, the world becomes translucent and fluid. Like the tale of Alice, but I am not a lost girl, I am the dark wanderer over rooftops, sliding into your dreams…'via

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