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جنة✨ Oct 12
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Art Verbis Oct 13
What marks the artist is his… - Lionel Trilling
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Tallest Roz Oct 13
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Art Verbis 5h
Should graffiti be judged on the same level as… - Banksy
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StillMorningStudio Oct 12
Breaking out my for the first time since my class. I hope I remember what I’m doing! (Probably not 😂)
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Alec Oct 12
Sketchbook doodle! Im way behind on posting stuff. Hm.
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Huyền Kuro Oct 13
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Ankit Singh Oct 13
A beautiful pink lake landscape painting using acrylic colours on 14" × 11" sheet. To buy drop me a text.
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Lolly_under_the_sun Oct 11
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Live Love Paint Foundation, Inc. Oct 9
For Monday afternoon’s afterschool art session, artists created paintings using and
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Mission Control Commander 9h
Working on a for the classroom. Using by @artezacolors
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Art Verbis Oct 12
We are concerned with the relationship between art and… - David Elliott
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Art Verbis Oct 13
An empty canvas is a living wonder...… - Wassily Kandinsky
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different strokes by Audrey Oct 9
Shameless plugging coming your way 🤣🤣🤣 I think I should do this once in a while.
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Troy Valjean Rucker Oct 12
Still thrilled at being turned into a masterpiece by Elizabeth Zachary! I love it! Mommy calls it “Mardi Gras Man” lol. 🎨
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Oolong Cha Oct 11
Replying to @oolongxcha
Inktober 10: Pattern. I edited in the sweater pattern digitally, but it's a pattern I made a long time ago with xerox copies. I like the gritty texture. I went to a Japanese tea class at work today so I'm in a matcha color mood.
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ShawnMacphersonArt Oct 12
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ZJG Ventures Oct 7
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Mellymiew 🌺 @MEX Berlin Oct 10
A peanut Ho-Oh! 😄 I love to draw animals that are shaped like peanuts or blobs :3
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LIC Arts Open 11h
This Thursday from 5-8pm at Gallery Two, you can listen to live jazz music from The Cold Club of Queens during the John Kitses "Recovered Landscapes: Newtown Creek" exhibition !
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