Frances Elizabeth van Velzen

Printmaking Student
Limerick School of Art & Design
Art Appreciation
Blogs I admire....

bofransson:

Peter Dahl fb.1953. Couple making love

suchaniceprint:

by Karkki MäkeläSisällä 2012monotypia

suchaniceprint:

by Karkki Mäkelä
Sisällä
2012
monotypia

proustitute:

J. M. W. Turner, Storm at Sea, c. 1824

vjeranski:

JOAN MIRÓ
Femme sur la prairie à l’heuredu crépuscule (Woman on the Prairie at Twilight)

February 12, 1938
Watercolor and India ink on paper
60 x 80 cm / 23 3⁄5 x 31 1⁄2” 

vjeranski:

JOAN MIRÓ

Femme sur la prairie à l’heuredu crépuscule (Woman on the Prairie at Twilight)

February 12, 1938

Watercolor and India ink on paper

60 x 80 cm / 23 3⁄5 x 31 1⁄2” 

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Elderberry sprig and Synge’s rye
Work in progress
“Spaces systems and structures”

Almond Branches In Bloom, San Remy | Vincent Van Gogh

Beautiful colour palette

FEvV

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luufish:

na ostrově Brač, Střední Dalmácie

There is such fine poetic sensibility at work in these photographs. Beautifully shot luufish Frances Elizabeth van Velzen

Work in progress
Brief: “Spaces, systems and structures”
Examining ancient belief systems, traditional and natural spaces, botanical structures.

graphicstudiogallery:

francesvanvelzen:

Finally got into town today to visit a wonderful print exhibition at Graphic Studio Gallery, Dublin. The prints on display are by three leading contemporary printmakers Elke Thönnes, Margaret Tuffy and Marta Wakula-Mac. Thonnes prints are crisply graceful; Tuff’s prints so delicately stirring; and Wakula-Mac’s pieces are joyfully, brightly wrought, scratchily rejoicing in imperfectly beautiful bodies. 

Frances van Velzen 26 June 2014


Just spotted this now - thanks for the lovely little write-up! 

Thanks Graphic Studio Gallery!

graphicstudiogallery:

Dark Magnolia prints (etchings with gold leaf) by Jean Bardon

Frances Elizabeth van Velzen turned 1 today!

Elderberries, picked near the holy statue, Aran Islands, August 2014
Frances Elizabeth van Velzen