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COCO CHANEL T shirt Tshirt Tee shirt (Female-shirt) Handmade Painting Chanel image Inspired

COCO CHANEL  T shirt  Tshirt  Tee shirt  (Female-shirt) Handmade Painting Chanel image Inspired | For Art's Sake-1 |
Coco Chanel hand painting 3D effect Wonderful comments on my tshirts received from my clients

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final fashion » paper doll shop

final fashion » paper doll shop | For Art's Sake-1 |

All of the paper dolls on this page are available to purchase as printable PDF files licensed for personal use, price ranging from just $3 to $15. Click the thumbnails for more information and a preview of each doll and her entire wardrobe.

A PDF is a high-quality printable file. Unlike the images found on the web, there is clarity of detail which reproduces beautifully in print. Purchase these paper dolls, and you can print them out for personal use – to cut out, play with and display.

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Sonia Delaunay : Textile Artist

Sonia Delaunay : Textile Artist | For Art's Sake-1 |

When reading about the history of fiber art it seems to take on many elements. The history of fiber art incorporates craft, textile and design elements that are not usually explored in regular art history. The use of embroidery and clothing inspired artists such as Sonia Delaunay who had started off as a painter and found new inspirations when she shifted her medium from brush, canvas and oil paint to needle, thread and textile printing. In exploring Sonia’s textile and wearable art works I’d like to explore her success as a woman in the art world.

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An opinionated woman obsessed with objects, entertained by ephemera, intrigued by researching, fascinated by culture & addicted to writing. The wind says my name; doesn't put an @ in front of it, so maybe you don't notice.
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