under the moon

under the moon

Julia McKenzie is an artist from London who makes drawings, collages and screen prints. Find out more at www.juliamckenzie.co.uk
kafkasapartment:

Insects and the Head of a Wind God, ca. 1590–1600. Pen and brown ink, colored washes, gold paint, on vellum. Joris Hoefnagel  (1542–1601). 

kafkasapartment:

Insects and the Head of a Wind God, ca. 1590–1600. Pen and brown ink, colored washes, gold paint, on vellum. Joris Hoefnagel  (1542–1601). 

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New drypoints finished this week
www.juliamckenzie.co.uk

New drypoints finished this week

www.juliamckenzie.co.uk

artpropelled:

George Milpurrurru

Beautiful
vjeranski:

Forest Edge, Hokuto, Hokkaido, Japan, 2004
Michael Kenna

vjeranski:

Forest Edge, Hokuto, Hokkaido, Japan, 2004

Michael Kenna

Last drawing of the summer…
www.juliamckenzie.co.uk

Last drawing of the summer…

www.juliamckenzie.co.uk

Cotton thistle and dragonfly finished today on the eve of this momentous week- all eyes North! what will they do? www.juliamckenzie.co.uk
inkdrawing, collaged map and watercolour

Cotton thistle and dragonfly finished today on the eve of this momentous week- all eyes North! what will they do? www.juliamckenzie.co.uk

inkdrawing, collaged map and watercolour

discardingimages:

rabbit riding a hound with a trained snail of prey Pontifical of Guillaume Durand, Avignon, before 1390.
Paris, Bibliothèque Sainte-Geneviève, ms. 143, fol. 165r

discardingimages:

rabbit riding a hound with a trained snail of prey 

Pontifical of Guillaume Durand, Avignon, before 1390.

Paris, Bibliothèque Sainte-Geneviève, ms. 143, fol. 165r

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archaicwonder:

Mycenaean  Terracotta Octopus Goblet, 13th century BC
The Mycenaeans, like the Minoans, painted a wide range of sea creatures on their pottery, especially octopuses. Over time, Mycenaean artists produced ever simpler and more abstract depictions of octopuses.


I love these, some great examples in British Museum

archaicwonder:

Mycenaean  Terracotta Octopus Goblet, 13th century BC

The Mycenaeans, like the Minoans, painted a wide range of sea creatures on their pottery, especially octopuses. Over time, Mycenaean artists produced ever simpler and more abstract depictions of octopuses.

I love these, some great examples in British Museum

(Source: vmfa.state.va.us, via akzoo)

Ink, watercolour and vintage map. Reminder of a beautiful sunny day in a Scottish garden this summer www.juliamckenzie.co.uk

Ink, watercolour and vintage map. Reminder of a beautiful sunny day in a Scottish garden this summer www.juliamckenzie.co.uk

pocket Observer’s tourist road atlas- altered book. An artic char on the Whiteadder river with water crowfoot and ferns, in the Borders of Scotland

pocket Observer’s tourist road atlas- altered book. An artic char on the Whiteadder river with water crowfoot and ferns, in the Borders of Scotland