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  1. Circle Motif 231

    My art is based on the study of natural phenomena. I’m fascinated with nature and all its changing forms. I especially love studying things that other creatures make. I approach my work in the same way that a spider would spin a web, or a bird would build a nest. It is in the simple gesture coupled with repetition that I find the most interesting results. JohnFMetcalf.com
  2. Adaptation II

    From the album Sculpture

    All life forms exemplify an evolutionary dynamism and resilience to dissolution. In both the realm of the monstrous and in the minute, change and adaptability have paved the way for our continued existence. The Adaptation series takes an abstract look at the minute building blocks of life as they begin to form.
  3. Adaptation III

    From the album Sculpture

    All life forms exemplify an evolutionary dynamism and resilience to dissolution. In both the realm of the monstrous and in the minute, change and adaptability have paved the way for our continued existence. The Adaptation series takes an abstract look at the minute building blocks of life as they begin to form.
  4. Adaptation III (reverse)

    From the album Sculpture

    All life forms exemplify an evolutionary dynamism and resilience to dissolution. In both the realm of the monstrous and in the minute, change and adaptability have paved the way for our continued existence. The Adaptation series takes an abstract look at the minute building blocks of life as they begin to form.
  5. Crazil

    From the album Symboools, FFFlags and Patterns

    *** ArtByte account: AVkKEn52GeazLPAatEDBWpsDYxuGYX37aa *** That is my first artwork ever painted, please let me know your opinion about it.... <(O)> Crazil <(O)> ~ "Crazil represents the artist's understanding and interpretation of the Brazilian Flag and the current chaotic scenario in which all Brazilians are now living. We claim for change!" ~ Acrylic painting on panel 50x70x5cm By Rufus Jhonson http://xxxkull.com/ http://rufusjhonson.com/ https://www.instagram.com/rufus.jhonson/ https://www.facebook.com/rufus.jhonson/
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