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Hm, rose window for hallway instead of mandala. The two things are analogous in some ways.

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Wall Hanging Place Southern Uzbekistan Lakai Uzbek 1880 - 1920	L 66 cm x W 45 cm  	Cotton; silk Techniques: 	Plain woven; embroidered

Wall Hanging Place Southern Uzbekistan Lakai Uzbek 1880 - 1920 L 66 cm x W 45 cm Cotton;

Marcy Neiditz Ceramic Art, "Inspiration comes from plant-life. the microscopic world, the idea of biological plant-like forms coming alive, growing, and aging. Branches, roots, bones, & microorganisms are ingredients that occupy my imagination, & provide inspiration. My work is wheel-thrown & hand-built, includes layering of glazes, slips & underglazes, incised sgraffito drawings and hand-painted surfaces.

Marcy Neiditz "Inspiration comes from plant-life. the microscopic world, the idea of biological plant-like forms coming alive, growing, and aging.

Ian MacCulloch - Google Search

Ian MacCulloch studied at Northampton School Of Art. Ian works in a variety of printmaking techniques,.

Amazing chalk designs!

This is so beautiful omg Sand art, placed one layer at a time via the hand of Joe Mangrum. These are temporary, public "installations", but you can have one of your own.

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