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by @thebuzzedartist

Bela Lugosi’s Dracula is here! Watch this fun painting tutorial on my channel! 👉🏻Link in BIO

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by @blissfully_anna

We are so excited about our grand opening on the 9th of November 2018.
Wine, dine and exquisite art - sounds like the perfect way to start a weekend! #ArtGallery #Opening #SeeYouThere #Wine #Dine #Artsy #Inspired #supportlocalart

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by @painted.earth

Tanya’s final piece before maternity leave. .
This lady wanted to use her Mother’s Diamonds in this piece. We love the strong lines that accentuate the stones 🙌🏼💎

Newcastle, United Kingdom

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by @roses_and_quilts

Today I volunteered for local artist @nikky_morgan_smith and a new workshop she’s trialing at @eureka.hall. Soooo much fun Nikky and thank you, I wouldn’t call it volunteering but just a great way to spend a wet morning! #localartist #supportlocalartists #supportlocalart #supportlocalartist #livingthecountrylife #livingthecountrydream #artaspirations #localtalent #byronart

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by @francescadeld

Rearranging my workspace today! ✂️ Our study has always been an awkward room to get ‘right’ but hopefully the new setup works better. I have a separate computer/design space, sewing space and even a packing station - so I’m hoping dedicated areas are easier to keep tidy since everything has its own place. .
How do you keep your workspace tidy? Where do you work best? I’d love to hear ✂️🍂

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by @_iridescentcreations

Look at this beautiful resin diamond ! The holographic part is my favorite ^.^
It has turquoise, glitter, and fairy magic ❣

#Jewerly #Boho #Local #Glitter #GlitterArt #Bohemian #CBB #CraftsByBeckyy #Art #Paintings #FluidArt #Resin #Vibrant #Gouache #Textured #LocalArt #Crystals #HempCord #Different #Love #SupportLocalArt #ResinArt #Patience #EpoxyArt #Stone #HealingStone #HealingArt #Love

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by @theartisanstore

THE GARNET has a rich and storied history.
It has been known to symbolize many virtuous qualities, including a light heart, loyalty and enduring affections.
Do you know that...
In fact, it exists in many colors, such as black, green, or even colorless. While the garnet is actually found in a rainbow of colors, most people associate it with its deep red hue.
While many, if not most, gemstones are mined underground, garnets are not. Garnets are actually commonly found as small pebbles in streams and watery places, where the igneous and metamorphic rocks that contain them have weathered away. These pebbles are found in many places around the world, including North and South America, Australia, and India.
Garnets have a proud history beyond being beautiful to wear. Ancient warriors believed that garnets brought them victory. The Crusaders used them as protection against wounds and accidents during their journeys. Warriors in Asian territories believed that glowing garnets, which could be used as bullets, inflicted more severe wounds.
In Medieval times, garnets were thought to protect its wearer against poisons, wounds and bad dreams, as well as cure depression. Red garnets in particular relieved fever, hemorrhages and inflammatory diseases.
The wonderful necklace by @everydayjewellery6377, made of crystallised agate, garnet, pink quartz and glass rounders, has just arrived in store. $95
Also on photo 📸 : decorative bowl by @art_by_shabbi and leaf plate by @madeofmudpottery.

The Artisan Store Fremantle

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by @ianbennettart

Day 17 - Swollen
Copic markers on watercolor paper.
#inktober #inktober2018 #swollen

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by @acrylicsinhk

Preview of tomorrow’s October artwork releases - Last bit of Summer (2/4) - acrylic pour on 220x273mm canvas panel - will be available on Etsy at noon.

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by @iweezy_

Let the bridges I burn light the way 👀

art via @tyler_spangler

👇🏾ᴰᵁᴹᴾˢᵀᴱᴿ ˢᴴᴼᵂ ᵀᴵˣ👇🏾

Sonora, Mexico

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