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From sun worshipers, cloud gazers and storm chasers to artists who use the weather to explore broader themes and ideas
From 'usual' to unlikely art materials: explore textures, qualities, techniques and symbolism of things artists use to make their work
Not just fruit and flowers, explore still lifes from realistic to abstract and familiar to unexpected
Explore how artists use marks and colour to suggest motion or make kinetic, performance and video art to explore movement
From art about landmarks to art that is itself a landmark: get some inspiration on the theme of landmarks for ...
From sketchbooks to video diaries and the everyday to big life events, explore how artists use diaries to record the ...
Explore the different ways artists use marks and expressive qualities
Much more than just a line! Discover surprising ways artists use outlines in art from graphic to graffiti or abstract ...
Explore art and fashion, from what clothes can say about identity to shapes, patterns and textures of clothing inspired by ...
Explore how artists have used masks in their work, to protect, disguise, hide and amuse
From atmosphere and symbolism to textures and abstract shapes, explore how trees have inspired artists
Explore memories of the past, memories of people and fading memories to see how artists recall and reminisce in art
Can a humble bag of chips or slice of pizza become a masterpiece? Explore some tasty art about food
Discover tender images of new mums and babies and artists' in-depth explorations of mother and child relationships
From physical journeys and migration to journeys of self-discovery, get ideas and inspiration about journeys in art
Exploring relationships in art, as a connection or association between people, things or ideas
From letters and words that add texture to words that make you think and act, discover how artists use letters ...
From forces of nature and forceful feelings to force as a method, explore how artists have used force in art
What is a ritual? Discover how ritual has been used as a theme in art and decide what it means ...
Explore how artists have represented themselves, and others, using portraiture
Explore how artists have transformed objects and ideas through their work
From art that focus on details of the everyday to works made from intricate and elaborate imagery, explore details as ...
Explore people drawn, painted or sculpted from life and art that explores abstract ideas about being human
Look at artists responses to news, from headline-grabbing events and social or political issues, to stories of the extraordinary everyday
Look at artworks made from light and shadow to the symbolic use of light and dark to make powerful statements
Explore art that interweaves materials, ideas, experiences and histories
From vanishing points to points of view, explore perspective in art
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